Ras Mala, or, Hindoo Annals of the province of Goozerat, in Western India (Volume 1)

9781150588020: Ras Mala, or, Hindoo Annals of the province of Goozerat, in Western India (Volume 1)
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.1856 Excerpt: ... CHAP. VIII. THE TALE OP JUG DEV PTJBMAB. In the land of Malwa, in the city of Dhara, Oodayadit ruled. He had two Ranees, one of the Waghela clan, the other of the Solunkhee. The Waghelee had a son, Prince Rindhuwul. She was the favorite; the Solunkhunee was held in less estimation. The latter had a son, Jug Dev; he was somewhat swarthy in complexion, but handsome. Rindhuwul was the elder son, and the heir apparent; there was a difference of two years in the age of the brothers. When Jug Dev reached the age of twelve years, the raja asked Mudar, one of his household, "Has the Solunkhee lady a son or not?" Mudar answered, "The Solunkhee lady has a son, Jug Dev, but he "never comes to the palace." The raja said, "In the world "there is nothing greater than a son." So saying, he sent to call Jug Dev. Then Jug Dev came to the palace; his coat was of coarse cloth; on his head was a turban, that might have been bought for two shillings; his ears and hands were Colonel Tod, (Rajasthan ii., 242,) quoting the Annals of Jesulmur, has the following:--"Raedhuwul Pilar, son (or descendant) of Udyadit of Dhar, had three "daughters, one of whom he betrothed to JeipM (Ujye Pal) Solunkhi, son of "Sid Raj, another toBeeji Raj Bhatti,and the third to the Rana of Cheetore." Sidh R&j, however, left no son; Ujye P&1, who succeeded him eventually, was his relation, but not his descendant Vide pedigree of Malwa kings in the note at page 114. The Jug Dev of the time of Sidh R&j might have been the son of Oodayadit, the successor of Bhoj. The present tale is, however, a pure romance. unadorned. In this state he appeared, and made his obeisance. The raja pressed him to his bosom, seated him near himself, and seeing his dress, said, "Son! how is it you wear such "clothes?" Jug Dev rep...

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