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" In old days the kingdom of Kalinga had a very dense population. Their shoulders rubbed one with the other, and the axles of their chariot wheels grided together, and when they raised their arm-sleeves a perfect tent was... "
The Early History of India from 600 B.C. to the Muhammadan Conquest ... - Page 300
by Vincent Arthur Smith - 1904 - 389 pages
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A History of Civilization in Ancient India: Based on Sanscrit ..., Volume 3

Romesh Chunder Dutt - India - 1890 - 1189 pages
...the mouths of the Godavari. The memory of their greatness still survived, for Houen Tsang says : " In old days the kingdom of Kalinga had a very dense...rubbed one with the other, and the axles of their chariot wheels girded together." But the palmy days of Kalinga were gone, and new kingdoms in Bengal...
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A History of Civilisation in Ancient India

Romeshi Ciiunder Dut - 1893
...to the mouths of the Godavari. The memory of its greatness still survived, for Houen Tsang says : " In old days the kingdom of Kalinga had a very dense...rubbed one with the other, and the axles of their chariot wheels girded together." But the palmy days of Kalinga were gone, and new kingdoms in Bengal...
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A History of Civilisation in Ancient India, Volume 2

Romesh Chunder Dutt - India - 1893
...to the mouths of the Godavari. The memory of its greatness still survived, for Houen Tsang says : " In old days the kingdom of Kalinga had a very dense...rubbed one with the other, and the axles of their chariot wheels girded together." But the palmy days of Kalinga were gone, and new kingdoms in Bengal...
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History of India: From the sixth century B.C. to the Mohammedan conquest, by ...

Romesh Chunder Dutt, Vincent Arthur Smith, Stanley Lane-Poole, Sir Henry Miers Elliot, Sir William Wilson Hunter, Sir Alfred Comyn Lyall - India - 1906
...afford to disobey Harsha's commands. Kalinga, the conquest of which had cost Asoka such SDRYA, THE BUS. bitter remorse nine hundred years earlier, was depopulated,...together, and when they raised their arm-sleeves a perfect tent was formed." Legend sought to explain the change by the curse of an angry saint. Harsha was the...
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History of India, Volume 2; Volume 6

Abraham Valentine Williams Jackson - India - 1906
...commands. Kalinga, the conquest of which had cost Asoka such SURYA, THE SUN. ANARCHICAL AUTONOMY 319 bitter remorse nine hundred years earlier, was depopulated,...rubbed one with the other, and the axles of their chariot- wheels grided together, and when they raised their arm-sleeves a perfect tent was formed."...
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Xi You Ji : Buddhist Records of the Western World: Da Tang Xi you ji. Books 6-12

Xuanzang - Asia, Central - 1906
...many unbelievers of different sorts, the most numerous being the Nirgranthas ** [Ni-kin followers]. In old days the kingdom of Kalinga had a very dense...rubbed one with the other, and the axles of their chariot wheels grided together, and when they raised their arm-sleeves a perfect tent was formed.64...
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Si-Yu-Ki: Buddhist Records of the Western World, Volume 2

Samuel Beal - Social Science - 2001 - 380 pages
...sorts, the most numerous being the Nirgranthas M f Ni-kiii followers] In old days the kingdom of Ralinga had a very dense population. Their shoulders rubbed one with the other, and the axles of their chariot wheels grided together, and when they raised their arm-sleeves a perfect tent was formed.64...
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