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RSV ঐতিহাসিক চিত্র । পৰ্যন্ত যুদ্ধক্ষেত্রের ক্লেশাদির সহিত রাজপ্রাসাদের আমোদ প্ৰমোদের সংমিশ্রণে একরূপ কাটিয়াছিল। কিন্তু দেহ আর কত অত্যাচার সহা করিতে পারে ? ক্ৰমে পক্ষাঘাত দেখা দিল । কিছু সুস্থ হইয়াই অল্পদিন মধ্যে পুনরায় সুরা ও appearnace of whose majesty pervading the universe, the mid-day sun became as a spark. "I4. Wishing to conquer this whole earth, he destroyed fifty-two fortresses, ( considered) impregnable, by their ramparts, and bastions equalling the thunderbolt, and firm on the peaks of mountains. "I S. The son of this gem amongst monarchs was Dalapati of unsullied fame, whose renown the lord of serpents ( Shesha ) was long anxious to chant, but whose mouths could not completely accomplish his praise. “ 6. Even those ( princes ) of morose dispositions continually em braced the dust of the feet of ( this monarch ), whose hands were always moist with the waters of charity, ( who was ) intent on his remembrance of Hari. The protector of those in his power and the guileless cherisher of his subjects. I7. His consort, Durgavati was as prosperity itself to the fortunes of petitioners, beautiful, as the image of virtue, the acme ( boundary) of the good fortune of this earth. "18. Upon the dicease of the sovereign of the universe, she installed her son, the fortunate Viranarayan, three years old, in the seat of royalty. “9. By her own renown famed in the three worlds, she made this whole earth, as it were, to change its appearance, by immensely high golden dwellings, as an unlimited splendid Hemachala, by the heaps of precious gems scattered every where, as a mine of innumerable jewels, and by the herds of frolicsome elephants, as possessing innumerable elephants of the lord of heaven.

  • 2o, Surely, she who daily presented steeds, elephants, and millions of gold in unbounded charity, eclipsed by those high-famed acts the vast renown of the Kannadhenu. 曲

"2 I. Always intent on the protection of her subjects, she herself mounted on an elephant, in every field of battle, Conquering her powerful adversaries, rendered useless the Lokapalas.