He was then on his way to Cairo after swearing his people to rebel (if he was retained there), under a tree at shaka.
He looted the country from Dara to shaka, and did not show any respect to my orders.
Gordon's fearless bearing and strong will secured his object, and Suleiman returned with his men to shaka.
Gordon determined therefore to march on shaka, the old headquarters of Zebehr and his son.
He even accepted an invitation to visit Suleiman at shaka, where he spent two days.
The rebellion in Darfour being settled, I went down to shaka with 200 men.
General Gordon reached shaka on 7th April, and at once issued a notice to the slave-dealers to quit that advantageous station.
(I.) The Sho-mon or lowest of the disciples of shaka, or hearers who meditate on the cause and effect of everything.
At eighteen years he knew all the sutra and the doctrines of shaka (Sakyamuni), and books whether exoteric or esoteric.
There this same soldier appeared glorified and on the way to his reward in shaka's bosom.