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" She who follows her husband (to another world) shall dwell in a region of joy for so many years as there are hairs on the human body, or 35 millions. "
A Classical Dictionary of India: Illustrative of the Mythology, Philosophy ... - Page 624
by John Garrett - 1871 - 793 pages
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The Monthly Review

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1826
...sports with him as long as fourteen Indras reign ; — or, according to another medium of computation, for so many years as there are hairs on the human body.* It is ' * Angiras, 2 Dig. 451. ' Nee minus uxores fam& celebrantur Eoae. Non illse lacrymis, —non...
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Hindu Law: Principally with Reference to Such Portions of it as ..., Volume 1

Sir Thomas Andrew Lumisden Strange - Civil law - 1830
...sports with him as long as fourteen Indras reign ; — or, according to another medium of computation, for so many years as there are hairs on the human body. (*) Absurd as all this is, it is disgusting to have to enumerate the precautions existing, in order...
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British Magazine and Monthly Register of Religious and ..., Volumes 1-2

Hugh James Rose, Samuel Roffey Maitland - 1832
...address, quoted several passages from the Hindoo sacred writings, and, among others, what follows : — " She who follows her husband to another world shall...many years as there are hairs on the human body, or thirty-five millions. " The woman who follows her husband to the pile cipiates the sins of three generations...
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Translation of several principal books, passages and texts of the Veds, and ...

Rammohun Roy (RajŠ) - Religion - 1832 - 282 pages
...husband, after his death, entered the flames, and, as" cending to heaven, she there found her husband." " She who follows her husband to another world, shall " dwell in a region of glory for so many years as there " are hairs in the human body, or thirty-five millions." Vishnoo,...
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A Digest of Hindu Law on Contracts and Successions, Volume 2

1865
...husband, ascends the same burning pile with him, is exalted to heaven, as equal in virtue to AUUNDHATI. 2. She who follows her husband to another world, shall...many years as there are hairs on the human body, or thirty-five millions. 3. As a serpent-catcher forcibly draws a snake from his hole, thus, drawing her...
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Chambers's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for ..., Volume 9

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1868
...burning pile with him, is exalted to heaveD, as equal in virtue to Arundhatl (the wife of Vasishfha). She who follows her husband (to another world) shall...a serpent-catcher forcibly draws a snake from his holevthus drawing her lord (from a region of torment), she enjoys delight together with him. The woman...
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Selections from Calcutta Gazettes of the Years 1784 [-1823 Inclusive ...

1869
...death of her husband ascends the burning pile with him, is exalted to heaven as equal to Uroondhuti." "She who follows her husband to another world shall...region of joy for so many years as there are hairs in the human body, or thirty-five millions." " As a serpent-catcher forcibly draws a snake from his...
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Chambers's encyclopśdia, Volume 9

1874
...husband, ascends the same burning pile with him, is exalted to heaven, as equal in virtue to Arundhatl (the wife of Vasisht'ha). She who follows her husband...thus drawing her lord (from a region of torment), she enjoy* delight together with him. The woman who follows her husband to the pile expiates the sins of...
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A Digest of Hindu Law: On Contracts and Successions, with a Commentary, Volume 2

Contracts - 1874
...husband, ascends the same burning pile with him, is exalted to heaven, as equal in virtue to AKUNDHAT! 2. She who follows her husband to another world, shall...many years as there are hairs on the human body, or thirty-five millions. 3. As a serpent-catcher forcibly draws a snake from his hole, thus, drawing her...
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Library of Universal Knowledge: A Reprint of the Last (1880 ..., Volume 14

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1881
...burning pile with him, is exalted to heaven, as equal in virtue to ArundhatÓ (the wife of Yasishtha). She who follows her husband (to another world) shall dwell in a region of joy for so many years as their are hairs on the human body, or 35 millions. As a serpent-catcher forcibly draws a snake from...
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