Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 03 Jul 2011 13:40 and updated at 03 Jul 2011 13:40


avs.5.19 [0501909] The very trees repel the man, and drive him from their sheltering shade, Whoever claims, O Narada, the treasure that a Brahman owns. [p. a179]
avs.12.4 [1200424] The Deities begged the Cow from him with whom at first she was produced: Her, this one, Narada would know: with Deities he drove her forth.
avs.12.4 [1200441] Narada chose the terrible Vilipti out of all the cows Which the [p. 101] Gods formed and framed when they had risen up from sacri fice
avs.12.4 [1200443] How many cows, O Narada, knowest thou, born among man kind I ask thee who dost know, of which must none who is no Brahman eat?
avs.12.4 [1200445] Homage, O Narada, to thee who hast quick knowledge of the cows.

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