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5 -- ṣaḍap-ṣalywe-malkwerne
ājivike upage tane tam-meṃ ynemane śem cau-k yke-ne.
6 päksemane oṅkorñai lyāka tāka āktike lau mā ṣ masa.
7 palska toyna ṣotruna śāstär-mpa ṣe rāmate istak śarsa :
8 se tā śuwaṃ oṅkorñai snai olyapo aiśamñe su yinmāṣṣäṃ.
5 -- in sadap-salywe-malkwer-meter:
The mendicant Upaga going from there came to that place.
6 (While) cooking he looked at the porridge (and) was astonished and did not move at all.
7 He considered (and) compared these signs with the shastra, (and) suddenly he understood:
8 He who eats this porridge without equal will obtain wisdom.