in unbearable. It wounds one's individuality by belittling the just status, which
is scrupulously well guarded. Although the dart is bedecked with a tender
fragrant flower, it touches at the sensitive part, so unrelishable even to the
urchins, whose critical powers are not of high order. Even the mellowed also
knit brows, if aimed at. Moreover, if done in public, or before others, whom one
adores, or fears, it becomes a death blow. Soon it seeks, by means foul or fair
to retaliate, for removing the stigma with fanfare due. By exposing the
decomposed part of the jealousy the victor wins applause, and in certain cases
retrieves the lost fortune or position. See how 1Dhruva, a tiny tot teaches a
moral to his step - mother and gets the highest seat among the planets and his
steadfastness is rewarded...
1) first of son King Uttanapada.