Sat ta sukal ga (Kosli)
Sat ta sukal ga
Michh ta kala
Aaru sukh balbarta kahin paeba
Jadarbhi sukh heba bhaebaha.
Eta ke senta rog bemar
Ja sui pada nistia
Kahin ketni kete duriathu
Jadarbhi nijke nije ghichhi nela
Jen aade achhe andhar.
Sar ke asat sange nei jutei dia
Heta nei heipare kebhe
Ni khae match .
Truth is white
False is black.
And what is happiness
If it is sister-in-law *.
It is like that
Luxury and diseases
Go and sleep
If you drag yourself
You are in dark.
Truth with false
It is not possible
There is no match.
* Sister-in-law - Wife of younger brother
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