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"A very civil and naturally characteristic dialogue, Wilson. Metre शार्दूलविक्रीडितम्. P. 162. L. 11-14 (Verse 3). Committing such a seditious act it ill-suits us to tarry here any longer. Maitreya, throw the foot-chain at once into the old well. Kings are likely to watch others' deeds through their spies. Cf.- 'गावो घ्राणेन पश्यन्ति वेदैः पश्यन्ति पण्डिताः चारैः पश्यन्ति राजानः चक्षुामितरे जनाः.' Nitivákyâmrita. ---[व्यलीकम्] Offence. 'ज्यलीको नागरे स्मृतः, व्यलोकमप्रियाकार्यवैलक्ष्येष्वपि ताउने' इति विश्वः, प्रहर्षिणीवृत्तम्. P. 162. L. 17-18 (Verse 1). I don't meet my love to-day. My left eye is throbbing. My heart feels troubled though without a cause, sarg metre, These are all ill omens and forebo:le impending calamity. Accidental mecting with a S'ramanaka--- Bauddha mendicant portends death. 'श्रमणो यतिभेदेन निन्धजीविनि तु त्रिषु' इति मेदिनी. P. 162. L. 19. [अनाभ्युदयिकम्.] The sight of a श्रमणक is consider- ed as inauspicious. Cf. Muslrâráks'us p. 174. Act VIII. P. 163. L. 2. [आईचीवरहस्तो भिक्षुः.] Mendicant with wet vest- meat in hand. He is alluded to in the last act and is our old acquaintance Samvâhaka, P. 163. L. 4-5 ( Verso 1). Restrain your abdomen (i. e, ap- petite ), beat the clrum of meditation and be vigilant. The senses, the dangerous thieves peculate the long acquired virtue. Cf. Manu. -बलवान् हन्द्रियग्रामो विद्वांसमपि कर्षति.-[अणिञ्चदाए.]-अनित्यतया प्रेक्ष्य संसारमिति शेषः. आर्या Metre. P. 163. L. 7-8 (Verse 2). He who conquers the five (senses) and destroying ignorance (lit. a female) protects himself (lit. the village) also kills the despicable (egotism) most surely, goes (lit. enters) to heaven. The words जनाः, स्वियं &c. are all लाक्षणिक (indicatory, having wecondary sense). वैतालीयं वृत्तं-'ष विषमेऽष्टौ समे कलाताश्च समे स्युनों निरन्ससः न समात्रपराश्रिता कला वैतालीयेन्ते रली गुरु:.' P. 163. L. 9-10 (Verse 3). Why shave the head and chin when mind is overwhelmed with ignorance (lit. not shaved). Certainly he has his head beautifully shaved whose mind is wholly purified. Heredia metre.