Daily Archives: June 12, 2017

Poem – The Chariot Driver

Dewed with drops of toil and languor, lo,! a chariot-driver came, Loosely hung his scanty garments, and a staff upheld his frame, Karna, now a crownéd monarch, to the humble Suta sped, As a son unto a father, reverently bent … Continue reading

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Poem – The Anointment of Karna

Crested Karna, helméd Arjun, proudly trod the spacious green, Kripa, skilled in herald’s duties, spake upon the dreadful scene: ‘This is helmet-wearing Arjun, sprung of Kuru’s mighty race, Pandu’s son and borne by Pritha, prince of worth and warlike grace, … Continue reading

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