mare gecWlJa> ekhan abar blcbeclie; f>-ke liariyt' ehhilum, eklmu e-ke
Tori gechhlo, aklion abar btc/ieche; f-ke hitrye rhhihtw, vkhon e-ke
e-janje amader khusi haw>ya » atuod-.-illad kar.-l ucbit.'
anidder Mi tishi
' The t^o following specimens have also been furnished !>y tlia same gentleman.
They are songs by the poet Bam-prasad, and are very popular in Oo\vrah and the
neighbouring districts. The style is contracted as Is usual in poetry. It lias not been
thought necessary to give a phonetic transliteration.