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By Vyasa

The good corridor relates essentially the most seminal occasions of the epic, culminating within the recognized online game of cube among the P?ndavas and the K?uravas. The P?ndavas, fortunately settled in Indra·prastha, get pleasure from one excellent good fortune after one other. Yudhi·shthira, after erecting the main terrific corridor in the world, makes a decision to accomplish the Royal Consecration Sacrifice, as a way to increase his prestige to that of the world's maximum sovereign. His brothers shuttle all over and overcome all identified kingdoms. but simply while the P?ndavas are commencing to look invincible, Yudhi·shthira mysteriously gambles every thing away in a fateful video game of cube to his cousin Dury?dhana.Co-published via manhattan collage Press and the JJC FoundationFor extra in this name and different titles within the Clay Sanskrit sequence, please stopover at

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Asenah. , K¯ambojaAr¯ajah. aAsam . , . yath” aˆsur¯an K¯alakey¯an devo vajraAdharas, tath¯a. a¯suro Madrak¯an¯am . a, tath” A˙ ˆ ˆ . y’AOd . , Kir¯ataAr¯ajah. , Srut¯ 50 the greatest of all halls P´arvata, the great sage Markand´eya, Pav´ıtra·pani, Sav´arna, Bh´aluki, G´alava, Janghab´andhu, Raibhya, Kopa·vega, Bhrigu, Hari·babhru, Kaund´ınya, Babhru·mali, San´atana, ´ Kaksh´ıvat, Aushija, Nachik´etas, G´autama, Paingya, Var´aha, Sh´unaka, the great ascetic Sh´andila, K´ukkura, Venu·jangha, Kal´apa and Katha.

Gavah. ´s ca dvij¯am . ´s ca YaduApum m¯alyaAjapyaAnamasAk¯arair, gandhair ucc’Aaˆvacair api. a¯m . varah.. , vasu prad¯aya ca tatah. am ath’ aˆkarot. k¯an˜ canam . tam . ´subham . ah. Saivya ASugr¯ıvaAv¯ahanah.. anv¯aruroha c’ aˆpy enam premn . , ap¯asya c’ aˆsya yant¯aram D¯ a rukam . Asattamam, Apatis tad¯a. abh¯ı´su¯ n sam prajagr¯ a ha svayam Kuru . 38 the greatest of all halls and honored his father’s sister by kneeling to touch her feet with his head. She embraced him, and kissed him on the forehead.

P¯ujan’Aaˆrho ’bhip¯ujitah. gaman¯aya matim . cakre pitur dar´sanaAl¯alasah.. th¯am . au m¯urdhn¯a jagadAvandyah. vasuh.. * A hall the like of which has never been seen before, which men, transfixed in awe, may never hope to imitate. ”* Upon hearing these words Maya joyfully accepted the proposal to construct a palatial hall for the P´andavas, a hall that would rival the gods’ celestial chariots in splendor. ´ Thereupon Krishna and Arjuna Partha related all this to Yudhi·shthira, the Dharma King, and presented Maya to him.

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