Krishna is therefore placed on a throne and before the vast concourse of rajas, Yudhisthira worships him.
Lange visited each of the rajas once in two months, when he made the tour of the island, attended by fifty slaves on horseback.
In the early history of the state, the rajas were in a state of chronic feud with all the neighbouring countries.
South from Jajarkot is Bangphi, which belonged to another of the twenty-two rajas.
To aid these rajas in administering the country, there is a council of permanent ministers, called the Lenehen.
The Palpa rajas possessed also a very important mart in the hills.
But all this was spoilt by the misdeeds of a serving girl of one of the rajas.
The state was eventually broken up, and the present district was divided between the rajas of Ditarpur and Jaswan.
It stops at the seventh generation, which is practically midway, and does not distinctly state who were the rajas of Bwayan.
Thus "sight," or the power of seeing, is a modification of the quality of sattva unobstructed by rajas and tamas.
a state of activity and restlessness, one of the three gunas (qualities of nature) in Hindu philosophy
also raja, "king or prince in India," 1550s, from Hindi, from Sanskrit rajan "king," related to raj "kingdom, kingship," rajati "he rules," and cognate with Latin rex, Old Irish rig "king" (see regal). Related: Rajput, "member of the ruling caste in northern India" (1590s), from Sanskrit rajaputrah "prince," literally "king's son," from putrah "son, boy" (cf. puerile).