Harṣavardhana Harṣavardhana's Nagananda, or the Joy of the Snake-World: A Buddhist Drama in Five Acts; Translated Into English Prose, with Explanatory Notes, from the Sanskrit of Sri-Harsha-Deva (Classic Reprint)
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in Five Acts; Translated Into English Prose, With Explanatory Notes, From the Sanskrit of Sri-Harsha-Deva May the Lord of Mnnis protect you! Who, lost in reﬂection, and filled with transcendent knowledge, was seen to be utterly unmoved by Indra, ' whose every hair was on end through astonishment; by the Siddhasd' their heads bent low in obeisance by the nymphs, whose Eyes quivered, as they alternately smiled, yawned, trembled, and frowned by the heroes of Mtra, dancing with harshly-beaten drums; and by Mara himself, who had drawn his bow to the full! About the Publisher Forgotten Books
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