Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 11 Oct 2011 12:45 and updated at 11 Oct 2011 12:45


tkl.2.1.12 The Elephant of fearless eye and tusks transfixing armed men.
tkl.2.1.12 A fox can kill a fearless, Warrior faced Elephant, if it go into mud in which its legs sink down.
tkl.2.1.22 The Elephant retains his dignity mind arrows deadly shower.
tkl.2.1.22 The strong minded will not faint, even when all is lost; the Elephant stands firm, even when wounded by a shower of arrows.
tkl.2.1.22 Huge bulk of Elephant with pointed tusk all armed,
tkl.2.1.22 Although the Elephant has a large body, and a sharp tusk, yet it fears the attack of the Tiger.
tkl.2.3.03 An undertaking of one who has Wealth in one s hands is like viewing an Elephant fight from a Hill top.
tkl.2.3.05 Who aims at Elephant, though dart should fail, has greater praise.
tkl.2.3.05 It is more pleasant to hold the dart that has missed an Elephant than that which has hit hare in the Forest.
tkl.2.3.05 At Elephant he hurls the dart in hand; for Weapon pressed,
tkl.2.3.05 The Hero who after casting the lance in his hand on an Elephant, comes (in search of another) will pluck the one (that sticks) in his body and laugh (exultingly).
tkl.3.1.01 As veil over angry Eyes Of raging Elephant that lies,
tkl.3.1.01 The cloth that covers the firm bosom of this Maiden is (like) that which covers the Eyes of a rutting Elephant.

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