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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1884 Excerpt: ...is this that thou art burning, 0 Sammi, thou Kachhwaha? The crane let it drop." This is evidently the sole occupation of a RajS. in the villagers' estimation. See below in this legend. See Vol. I., p. 242 ff. t Phol's wife. The allusion is to the Kaehhwohas, a well-known tribe of Rajputs, who, for many centuries, held Narwargarh or Narwar. 95 Boll Rani: kya kahe?" Raja Ihola, jl, Us gaon men koi lagi nahln, ji. Likhke chitthi de die, ji, Rani Marwan no Bheji kunjan ke hath, ji! Kagan hath saneri, chirian hath salam!" 100 Itni sunke Dhol hua man men dilglr, jl. Rani Marwan dekhe hi bat, ji. Ghar ka Brahman bula lis Rani Marwan, jl. A Brahman ne die kalyan, ji: "Teri kalyan, teri kul ki kalyim, ji!" 105 "Meri chitthi tu le jae, Dadaji Brahman: Tum le jaiyo Dhol ke pas, ji. Narwargarh ko tam jaiyo sajan pe, ji. Dhol sajan ko do milae, ji." Panch asharfl ns ko de die buddhe Brahman. 110 Chala ghar ko auta buddhajl, Brahman, ji: 95 Said the Queen, what said she?" 0 Raja Dhol, There is no messenger in her village, (And so) Princess Marwan wrote a letter and gave it To a crane! (It is) a message by a crow, a salutation by a bird!" 100 Hearing this J)hol became sad at heart. The Princess Marwan waited. The Princess Marwan sent for the household Brahman. The Brahman came and made salutation: "Prosperity to thee, prosperity to thy race 1" 105 "Take thou my letter, Father Brahman: Take it to Dhol. Go thou to Narwargarh to my love, And make a meeting with Dhol my love." Five gold pieces gave she to the old Brahman. 110 The old Brahman went home A well-known proverb; it means that such are never delivered. Panch asharfi de die apni Brahmani ko, ji: "Tum is se karo guzara, ji." Majilon majilon cha...
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