CC Madhya 18.27

eka-jana āsi’ rātre grāmīke balila
‘tomāra grāma mārite turuka-dhārī sājila
Word for word: 
eka-jana — one person; āsi’ — coming; rātre — at night; grāmīke — to the inhabitants of the village; balila — said; tomāra — your; grāma — village; mārite — to attack; turuka-dhārī — Turkish Muslim soldiers; sājila — are prepared.
Translation: 
One person who came to the village informed the inhabitants, “The Turkish soldiers are now preparing to attack your village.