Chapter 74: The Rajasûya:
Krishna the First
and S'is'upâla Killed
(26) Hearing what the
twice-born one pronounced, the king, pleased to know about the
contentment of the members of the assembly, fully overwhelmed by love worshiped Hrishikes'a.
Chapter 75: Concluding the
Duryodhana Laughed at
(14) Men and women well
adorned with sandalwood paste, garlands, jewelry and clothes,
smearing and sprinkling played with various liquids.
Chapter 76: The Battle Between S'âlva and
(4) The foolish king who to
this had vowed to eat a handful
of dust once a day, worshiped as his master
protecting the animallike [pictured as Pas'upati or S'iva with S'alva
praying as a boy together with Yama].
Chapter 77: S'âlva and the
(37) With the sinner fallen
and the Saubha-fortress destroyed by the club, kettledrums sounded in
the sky o King,
that were played by groups of demigods, while Dantavakra angry, eager
his friends, rushed forward.
Chapter 78: Dantavakra Killed and
Beaten with a Blade of Grass
(28) Saying this much,
the Supreme Lord who [being on a pilgrimage] also had stopped to
kill the impious,
hit him, inevitable
as it was, with the tip
of a blade of grass which He,
as the Master, held in His hand.
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