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Ah," said Indra, "from disdain Ravana did not mention men or animals, and took no safeguard against them. He eats 12 THE PRINCE OF AYODHYA men; they are his food and why should he fear them? Lord, on Earth life resembles Hell again. We need you again. Look at us, see us, and bless us. " Waves of happiness washed over Indra. "Dark blue N ara yana clad in yellow, become four. Put aside the shell trumpet, the razor-edged chakra, the lotus and mace you hold in your four hands. Empty your dark h ands; descend into the bor rowed and fanciful world of men, desperate - and glittering.
Lord, kill h im, kilt Ravana forever. I h ate that proud and pampered Rakshasa. " "I will," said Narayana. '' The melted butter from Vasishtha's ladle fell into the flames. Vasishtha sang lndra be my bridge from h igh to low, do my bidding, obey me. . The tongues of fire danced, and Indra came unseen in the sky, free again and feasting on smoke. Vasishtha sang - . Narayana, we take your protection. Leave your home a mo ment, draw near, come to us . . • Vasishtha threw flowers in the fire and quickly stepped back to stand beside King Dasaratha.
Leave your home a mo ment, draw near, come to us . . • Vasishtha threw flowers in the fire and quickly stepped back to stand beside King Dasaratha. They h eard a ringing loud noise, a fierce clang of metal; but saw nothing. " asked the old King. "The sharp discus drops," said Vasishtha. " There was a hollow rolling sound. " They caught the sudden scent of lotuses. " He stepped out from the fire and frowned and glared with menace at the King, but Dasaratha faced him unmoved . The giant wore crimson, his whole body was covered with dark lion's hair, his belt was a bowstring, his palms were marked with thun der-signs and the soles of his feet with wheels.
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