Chapter 74: The Rajasûya:
Krishna Number One
and S'is'upâla Killed
the twice-born souls say this, the king, pleased to know the heart of
the assembly, overwhelmed by love worshiped
....... (37) Abandoning
[of Mathurâ] graced by the brahmin sages, He with His associates
took to a fortress in the sea [10.50:
49] where the brahminical order
is not observed [10.57:
30] and where they as thieves
cause the people
trouble [e.g. 10.61].'
(38) The Supreme Lord did not say a word to him
who, using such and more harsh words, had lost all his chances. He kept
silent like a lion to a
jackal's cry. (39) Hearing
that intolerable criticism, the members of the assembly covered their
angrily cursing the king of Cedi. (40) A
person who does not
leave the place where the Supreme Lord or His devotee is
criticized, loses his pious credit and will fall down. (41) Then
infuriated with raised weapons, prepared to kill
Chapter 75: Concluding the
Duryodhana Laughed at
(14) Men and women nicely adorned with sandalwood
paste, garlands, jewelry and clothes, smeared and sprinkled each other
playing with various liquids.
Chapter 76: The Battle Between S'âlva and
(4) The foolish king this way vowed, only once a
day ate a handful of dust while worshiping as his
master the lord who protects
the animalistic ones [Pas'upati
or S'iva *].
Chapter 77: S'âlva and the
(37) After the sinner had fallen and the Saubha
was destroyed by the club, kettledrums sounded in the sky oh
by a host of demigods. And then... it was Dantavakra who, in order
to avenge his friends,
furiously ran forward.'
Chapter 78: Dantavakra Killed and
Beaten with a Blade of Grass
(28) Even though He was on a pilgrimage and
thus had stopped with killing the impious ones, the Supreme Lord after
having said this, did what had become inevitable. The Lord
put an end to him
by means of the tip of a blade of grass that He held in His hand.
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