nanda sees the force of Krishna's remarks and holds a meeting.
Then Vanderbank subjoined: "But not so charming as little nanda."
It was as if the next instant nanda felt herself on her guard.
Mrs. Brookenham, on nanda's behalf, fairly radiated obscurity.
This incident of the trees now forces nanda to make a decision.
If you've no old stocking for nanda there are worse fates than shoemakers and grasshoppers.
nanda is a buxom country lass, a pleasant girl, but Gopa is as proper as a princess.
nanda, on joining the elder man, went straight to the point.
nanda and Yasoda regard and believe Krishna to be their son.
Mr. Cashmore visibly liked this silence of nanda's about their meeting.