cap as it were, her exterior had a magnetic charm. She was Sundari -
a harmonious blend of bodily parts and inherent traits, growing
faster than age. With the passage of time she was exercising a great
fascination on the on-lookers. Serenity coupled with sublimity
filled her whole physical frame and was instilling reverence in the
minds of lie holder.
She was an epitome of feminine charm and
womanly passiveness, hence docile, submissive, acquiescent, lovely
and lovable, yet domineering and majestic to the extent of
commanding all than commanded by any. In fine, she was the
personification of all the cherishable and adorable attributes, that
God could bestow on woman.