Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 11 Oct 2011 11:59 and updated at 11 Oct 2011 11:59


tkl.3.1.06 She with the small garland like Bracelets has given me the Palmyra Horse and the Sorrow that is endured at night.
tkl.3.2.09 In the absence of your consort, your shoulders having lost their former Beauty and fulness, your Bracelets of pure Gold have become loose.
tkl.3.2.09 The (loosened) Bracelets, and the shoulders from which the old Beauty has faded, relate the cruelty of the pitiless one.
tkl.3.2.09 I am greatly pained to hear you call him a cruel man, just because your shoulders are reduced and your Bracelets loosened.
tkl.3.2.12 Henceforth these Bracelets from my arms will slip, my Beauty worn away.
tkl.3.2.12 O you bright Jewelled maid, if I forget (him) today, my shoulders will lose their Beauty even in the other life and make my Bracelets loose.
tkl.3.2.13 My Bracelets have understood before me the (mental) separation of him who rules the cool seashore.
tkl.3.2.13 She looked at her Bracelets, her tender shoulders, and her feet; this was what she did there (significantly).

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