The Baital-Pachisi Duncan Forbes

ISBN: 9780217276214

Published: January 15th 2012

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The Baital-Pachisi  by  Duncan Forbes

The Baital-Pachisi by Duncan Forbes
January 15th 2012 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 82 pages | ISBN: 9780217276214 | 10.23 Mb

This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1868. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... (lit: arrived) instantly the third Queen gotMoreThis historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1868. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... (lit: arrived) instantly the third Queen got such a headache that she fainted.

Having related the story so far Baital asked, 0 king Who was the most delicate of these three? The king replied, the one who got a headache and swooned is the most delicate. Hearing this Baital again went and hanged himself in the same tree. And the king having gone there brought him below, tied him in a bundle and putting it on his shoulder.

carried it. eleventh story Baital said 0 king There is a city by name Punyapur. The king thereof was called Ballabh. And his ministers name was Satya-prakash. The ministers wifes name was Lakshml One day the king said to his minister, whoever being a king may not enjoy a beautiful wife, his rule is fruitless. Having said this, putting the burden of the kingdom on the minister, he himself began to enjoy pleasure easily. Gave up all the care of the empire and began to live happy night and day. By chance one day the minister was seated sad in his house, when his wife asked, 0 lord Now-a-days I find you very weak.

He said I have the anxiety of the Government daily. Therefore my body has become weak. And the king enjoys himself night and day. The ministers wife said O lorld You have ruled the kingdom for many days. Now take leave from the king for some time and perform pilgrimages. He having heard these words of her remained silent. When he got up thence, having gone to the king at the time of levee and having obtained leave, he set out to perform pilgrimages. Going along he arrived at Setlanl-Uameslr war by the sea shore. Upon going there he worshipped Mahadew, and he had just come out when he chanced to look towrds the sea, and what did he see but (lit: such) a golden tree came out of it, in which there were emerald leaves, topazflowers ...



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