reaching his capital Rajamahendranagar with Vijayalakshmi and
Yasolakshmi weaving fly-whiskers standing on his left and right
sides in his dignified chariot, he chanced to reach Penugonda
boundaries. Enchanted by the nature in bloom, manifested with green
crops, orchards full of delicious gold coloured fruits, rivers
flowing to the banks; and learning that the civilians were rolling
in luxury and rural folk singing away their earthly existence in
carefree non-chalet spirit, he decided to visit the capital city
Penugonda and feast his eyes with its glory.
The sky-high palatial
mansions, and tall temple steeples visible for miles afar roused his
instincts of Soundaryakansha, and so directed his sarathi enter the
Nagaradwara. Enraptured by the colourful loveliness of a blooming
garden lying in the close vicinity of the inner prakara; he cried
the marching chariot a halt and proceeded with a few confidants to
imbibe the splendor of the city. In cognate at it.