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" Darbha, the learned proclaim a divinity not subject to age or death ; thee they call the armour of India, the preserver of regions, the destroyer of enemies ; a gem that gives increase to the field. At the time when the ocean resounded, when the 'clouds... "
Gazetteer of the Bombay Presidency ... - Page 42
1901
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Asiatick Researches: Or, Transactions of the Society Instituted in ..., Volume 4

Asia - 1798
...learned proclaim a divinity not sub' c ject to age or death; thee they call the armour Ct ofljvoRA, the preserver of regions, the destroyer '* of enemies; a gem that gives increase to the field. * c At the tirne, when the ocean resounded, when c * the clouds murmured and lightnings flashed, then...
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Researches Concerning the Laws, Theology, Learning, Commerce, Etc ..., Volume 1

Quintin Craufurd - India - 1817 - 378 pages
...the fourth Veda we have the following address to it at the close of a terrible incantation : Thee, O Darbha, the learned proclaim a divinity, not subject to age or death: thee, they call the arm of Indra, the preserver of regions, the destroyer of enemies: a gem that gives increase to the...
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The Gardener's Magazine and Register of Rural & Domestic Improvement, Volume 2

1827
...fourth Vede, we have the following~amire&s to it, at the close of a terrible incantation : "Thee, O Darbha ! the learned proclaim a divinity not subject...destroyer of enemies, a gem that gives increase to the fields: at the time when the ocean resounded, when the clouds murmured, and lightnings flashed, then...
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The Gardener's Magazine, and Register of Rural & Domestic Improvement

John Claudius Loudon - Gardening - 1827
...fourth Vede, we have the following address to it, at the close of a terrible incantation : " Thee, O Darbha! the learned proclaim a divinity not subject...destroyer of enemies, a gem that gives increase to the fields: at the time when the ocean resounded, when the clouds murmured, and lightnings flashed, then...
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Historical and descriptive account of British India, from the most remote ...

Hugh Murray, James Wilson, Robert Kaye Greville, Robert Jameson, Sir Whitelaw Ainslie, William Rhind, William Wallace, Clarence Dalrymple - India - 1832
...fourth Veda we have the following address to it at the close . of a terrible incantation:—' Thee, O Darbha, the learned proclaim a divinity, not subject...then was Darbha produced, pure as a drop of fine gold !' Some of the leaves taper to a most acute evanescent point; whence the pundits often say of a very...
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Historical and descriptive account of British India, by H. Murray [and others].

Hugh Murray - 1832
...fourth Veda we have the following address to it at the close of a terrible incantation:—' Thee, O Darbha, the learned proclaim a divinity, not subject...then was Darbha produced, pure as a drop of fine gold !' Some of the leaves taper to a most acute evanescent point; whence the Pundits often say of a very...
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The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art, Volume 1

Joseph Dyer - Agriculture - 1858
...the Marquis of Hastings, who supplied him with seeds for his experimental garden at Woburn. " Thee, 0 Darbha ! the learned proclaim a Divinity, not subject to age or death ; Thee they call the armour of India—the preserver of regions—the destroyer of enemies—a gem that gives increase to the fields....
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Catalogue of the economic products of the presidency of Bombay. Div. 1

George Christopher M. Birdwood (sir.) - 1862
...death ; thee they call the armour of INDRA, the preserver of regions, the destroyer of eneii.ies ; a gem that gives increase to the field. At the time, when the ocean resounded, (he clouds murmured, and lightnings flashed, then was Dnrbhu produced, pure as a drop of fine gold."...
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Hand-book of the Economic Products of the Punjab: With a Combined Index and ...

Baden Henry Baden-Powell - Decorative arts - 1868
...without any horizontal or tranivem sticks. quotes the Veda. " Thee, O Darlha, the learned proclaim to be a divinity not subject to age or death. Thee they call the armour of Indra, the preserver of regions, the destroyer of enemies : a gem that gives to the Held. At the time...
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Poetical Works of Edwin Arnold: Containing The Light of Asia, The Indian ...

Sir Edwin Arnold - Buddhism - 1882 - 202 pages
...veda we have the following address to it at the close of a terrible incantation : ' Thee, O Dharba, the learned proclaim a divinity not subject to age or death ; thee they call the armor of Indra, the preserver of religions, the destroyer of enemies, a gem that giveth increase to...
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