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" As the dew is dried up by the morning sun, so are the sins of mankind by the... "
Holy Himalaya: The Religion, Traditions and Scenery of a Himalayan Province ... - Page 126
by E. Sherman Oakley - 1905 - 319 pages
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The Calcutta Review, Volume 18

India - 1852
...Purdna, " though he should not ' behold him, is greater than he who performs all worship in ' Kdshi. In a hundred ages of the gods I could not tell thee...morning sun, so are the sins of mankind by the sight of ' HimdchaL" It is not often that the sacred books of the Hindus tell ua much that we can depend on,...
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The Calcutta Review, Volume 18

India - 1852
...Purana, " though he should not ' behold him, is greater than he who performs all worship in ' Kdshi. In a hundred ages of the gods I could not tell thee...are the sins of mankind by the sight of ' Himachal." It is not often that the sacred books of the Hindus tell us much that we can depend on, regarding the...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 146

Scotland - 1889
...performs all worship at Kashi. In a hundred ages of the gods 1 could not tell of the glories of Himáchal. As the dew is dried up by the morning sun, so are the f sins of mankind by the sight of ' Himáchal." It'was pre-eminently the holy hill, the connecting...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine

England - 1889
...is greater than he who performs all worship at Kashi. In a hundred ages of the gods I could not tell of the glories of Himachal. As the dew is dried up...are the sins of mankind by the sight of Himachal." It was pre-eminently the holy hill, the connecting link between heaven and earth. It was upon the Himalaya...
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An Introduction to the Popular Religion and Folklore of Northern India

William Crooke - Folklore - 1894 - 420 pages
...the should not behold him, is greater than Himalaga. ^e who performs all worship at KAei (Benares) ; as the dew is dried up by the morning sun, so are the sins of mankind by the sight of Himdchal.3" Such was the devotion with which the early Hindus looked on it as the home of the gods....
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Climbing and Exploration in the Karakoram-Himalayas, Volume 1

Sir William Martin Conway - Himalaya Mountains - 1894 - 709 pages
..."^^i^tS: "*' *^» ^ -*- -ft In a hundred ages of the good, I could not tell the ijlorics of Himitchal. As the dew is dried up by the morning sun, so are the sins of mankind by the sight of Himtichal. MANAS-KHANDA PURANA PREFACE. IT is now time for me to take leave of this book. The journey...
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An Introduction to the Popular Religion and Folklore of Northern India

William Crooke - Ancestor worship - 1894 - 420 pages
...tte should not behold him, is greater thaa Himalaya. ne wno pe,.fovms an worship at K&n (Benares) ; as the dew is dried up by the morning sun, so are the sine of mankind by tbe sight of Himdchal.*" Such was the devotion .with which the early Hindus looked...
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The Popular Religion and Folk-lore of Northern India, Volume 1

William Crooke - Ancestor worship - 1896 - 653 pages
...Himalaya), though he should not behold him, is greater than he who performs all worship at Kasi (Benares) ; as the dew is dried up by the morning sun, so are the sins of mankind by the sight of Himachal." 3 Such was the devotion with which the early Hindus looked on it as the home of the gods. Beyond it...
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A Sportswoman in India: Personal Adventures and Experiences of Travel in ...

Isabel Savory - Big game hunting - 1900 - 408 pages
...idea of its beauty. " In a hundred ages of the good, I could not tell the glories of Nanga Parbat. As the dew is dried up by the morning sun, so are the sins of mankind by the sight of Nanga Parbat." For a long time we gazed. Uplifted above love and hate and storms of passion, calm amidst...
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Western Tibet and the British borderland: the sacred country of Hindus and ...

Charles Atmore Sherring, Thomas George Longstaff - Buddhism - 1906 - 376 pages
...all things that die on Himachal, and all beings that in dying think of his snows, are freed from sin. In a hundred ages of the gods I could not tell thee of the glories of Himachal, where Siva lived and where the Ganges falls from the foot of Vishnu like the slender thread of a lotus...
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