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But I want to know why the king, the inviolable and the subduer of enemies, is not greeting me today as before. Oh, queen!
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I am telling before you that I shall go to the forest, wearing rags and braided hair. Become delighted as well. How can I not do faithfully an action dear to my father, as commanded by him as well-wisher, venerable man, as person with right conduct and as king.
My heart is burning indeed with one sorrowful feeling that king himself has not directly informed me about Bharata's coronation. Without being asked, I myself would have gladly offered even Sita with kingdom, even my life, loved ones and wealth. Being directed by king, who is my father himself, how much more should I tell that I can give everything to Bharata, duly obeying father's promise to fulfil your beloved desire.
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That is why, you console him. Why indeed the king is thus slowly shedding tears, with eyes gazed upon the floor? Let messengers go now itself on fleet horses to bring Bharata from maternal uncle's house as per orders of the king. Immedi glad that he would certainly go and urged him to make haste at once.
Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 4, Verse 33
Hearing Rama's words, Kaikeyi felt happy the reply received from Rama. Confident of Rama's departure to the forest, he urged him as follows: "Let it be so. Messengers can go on horses having rapid speed, to bring back Bharata from his maternal uncle's house. But I think it is not quite appropriate for you who are enthusiastic to go to forest, to delay further. It is nothing but shyness that the king is not able to speak to you. Oh Rama, the best of men! Do not worry about it.
Oh, Rama! Your father will neither take his bath nor eat a meal until you leave the city for the forest immediately. Hearing these words, the king saying "what a pity!
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How much misery! Rama lifted up the king and soon got hurried up to leave for the forest that which he was again instigated by Kaikeyi as a horse was hit by a whip. Rama after hearing that vulgar woman's words, which were harsh and poignant, was unruffled and spoke these words to Kaikeyi: "Oh queen! I am not concerned with wealth. However, I am eager to receive the world hospitably.
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- Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 4, Verse 33.
Know me as equal to a sage, abiding in righteousness alone. If I have to do whatever action is dearer to my revered father, that action is just done in all respects even by renouncing life.
There is not indeed anything of greater performance of duty than doing service to father or than doing what he commands. Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 02, No.
o, subduer of the enemy | hold your tongue
The absolute tyranny of the human will over a noble and powerful beast develops the instinct of personal prevalence and dominion; so that horse- subduer and hero were almost synonymous in simpler times, and are closely related still. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 05, No. The tamer and subduer of monsters and tyrants, Hercules vanquished by the snares of loue , did not he handle the distaffe in stead of his mightie mace? The Palace of Pleasure, Volume 1. Log in or sign up to add your own related words. Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation.
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Definitions from The Century Dictionary. All rights reserved. Examples And he was a man- subduer as well as a woman-subduer.