CC Antya 3.163

jāti-dhana-jana khānera sakala la-ila
bahu-dina paryanta grāma ujāḍa rahila
Word for word: 
jāti — birthright; dhana — riches; jana — followers; khānera — of Rāmacandra Khān; sakala — everything; la-ila — he took away; bahu-dina — a long time; paryanta — for; grāma — the village; ujāḍa rahila — remained deserted.
Translation: 
The Muslim minister took away Rāmacandra Khān’s position, wealth and followers. For many days the village remained deserted.