(103) NOTES TO TIIE SA KUN TALA. [When a reference is made from one note to another, a note in the same Aet is alravg intenderl, unless otherwise specitied.] ___J. tiye is an indeclinable past part. refer- 8. Past tenses, to express the rapitity of ringtoan objective, and used in a sense akin the transitions, Lit."Seel he has stopped to that of the conjunctive participle, but im- | .... he has jumped," &c. porting a continmance of the action spoken 9. histh and its cougener's are frequently of during the tiule indicated by the finite used, as here, interjeetionally, not interroga- Fery of the sentence in which it occurs. The tively. The sense is,"See, whata bound lic word charha, just before, is alljectival, and | has taken!" therefore retains its inflexional power. 10. he is not infrequently used, as here, 2. The stage lirections are in the past | in the sense of "insormuch that." tense, because the action is generally pc1'- | | 11.Transl."He appears quite up off formed before the speecly commiences, the ground." Here one preposition governs 3. The black autetope was much esteemel another. for its skin, which was the appropriate dress of 12. dilshatard or deta literally means tlhose who devoted the latter portion of their the sight thefulls or is given," respectively. listo holy meditation : sce Manu, ii. 64, Lit. "The very sight of him is not eass." vi.6. The land on which this animal natn-| 13. Transl. “ hitherto the grounil has been rally grazes is beld to be fit for sacrificial undulating. Notice that thi is here, and purposes : see Manu, ii. 23. often elsewhere, the cquivalent of “ has been." 4. Lit. " a thought of this nature is form. 14. The verbal repetition denotes the repe- ing,-(it is) as though" &e. Ki could lye | tition of the aet. With constaul eheckings." optionally inserted before manon. 5. en st="level," "uniform." 5. Siva is called Pinakin, "armed with a 16. In Ino bounds." trident," or else with a wonderful yow, called | 17.jotijntd is an alibreviation of such ? Pinika, Benfey thinks the latter. The irase as.jo ajnd raja dete hain us he sadhar Hindi test inclines us to understand a thor, main hurringt as the Charioteer is comparing Dushyanta's 18. See Tuote9. dhanush with Siva's pinth. 19. See mote 10. G. Plural for singular. This is honorific. 20. Lit, even the dust of (their) hoofs The incident probably alluded to will be dil not attach (to them);" that is, they found in Wilson's Vishnu purana (ed. by outstripped the very dust raised by their owl Dr. F. Hall), vol. i.. 131. hools. 7. kabit . . . . habhi, "at one time . , . | 21. herhe here, and in many other pluces at another time." has the sense of se, with."
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