8. -"That king, the prowess of whose arm took rest (only when it reached) the
boundaries of the quarters of the horizon, whose younger brother was Pratapamalla, enjoyed
the earth which, owing to the excess of his taste for wonderful bravery, was overshadowed
by a single parasol."
Verse 9. -"After the
illustrious Vishvamalla had anointed Arjuna, the son of Pratapamalla, to be his successor,
he enjoyed (in heaven) banquets of ambrosia and the nectar of the lips of the
Verse 10. -"That crest-jewel of princes, His Majesty
Arjuna, who was lovely on account of the virtues resplendent like the rays of the full
moon, and who, an incarnation, as it were, of a portion of Damodara, gained great glory
through his valour, drew riches from the earth, as if itwere the cow of plenty."
Verse 11. "After that guiltless man, as
incarnation of Krishna, had grasped, in order to punish the wicked the circle of the earth
with his hand, that by its liberality surpassed the tree of paradise, he indeed protected
his subjects through his noble deeds."