Ja 186 Dadhivāhanajātaka
The Story about (King) Dadhivāhana

In the present a monk ordained under the Buddha is easily persuaded to partake of Devadatta’s good food, rather than go on almsround. He is brought to the Buddha who tells a story of how a sweet mango tree and its fruits were turned bitter by being surrounded by nimb trees.

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1. Vaṇṇagandharasūpeto, amboyaṁ ahuvā pure,
This mango was previously endowed with colour, fragrance, taste,

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Tam-eva pūjaṁ labhamāno, kenambo kaṭukapphalo ti?
Was received with honour, why is this mango (now) a bitter fruit?

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2. Pucimandaparivāro ambo te Dadhivāhana,
Dadhivāhana, your mango is surrounded by nimba trees,

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Mūlaṁ mūlena saṁsaṭṭhaṁ, sākhā sākhā nisevare,
The roots are mixed up with roots, the branches are entwined with branches,

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Asātasannivāsena tenambo kaṭukapphalo ti.
Through association with the bad the mango has bitter fruit.

Tattha, {2.106} pucimandaparivāro ti nimbarukkhaparivāro.
In this connection, surrounded by nimba trees means surrounded by nimba trees. Wikipedia: Azadirachta indica, commonly known as neem, nimtree or Indian lilac, is a tree in the mahogany family Meliaceae.

Sākhā sākhā nisevare ti,
The branches are entwined with branches,

pucimandassa sākhāyo ambarukkhassa sākhāyo nisevanti.
the branches of the nimba (tree) are entwined with the branches of the mango tree.

Asātasannivāsenā ti,
Through association with the bad,

amadhurehi pucimandehi saddhiṁ sannivāsena.
through association with those nimba (trees) lacking in sweetness.

Tenā ti,
Through (that),

tena kāraṇena ayaṁ ambo kaṭukapphalo asātaphalo tittakaphalo jāto ti.
for that reason this mango has bitter fruit, bad fruit, astringent fruit.