Jhankri texts

1:6:30-4 8 moons & 8 suns as dowry, given by Nara-ayan.a

1:6:

races of mankind, successively created out of __

variant list in 1:18:16-27

variant list in 1:34:193-222

:49

gold

gold & silver (:16)

gold (:193)

:51

silver

 

silver (:198)

:53-5

copper

bronze (:21)

 

:57

brass

   

:58

nickel

 

nickel (:199)

:59

iron

 

iron (:200)

:65

white sandalwood; these latter were:

white & red sandalwoods (:27)

sandalwood (:222)

:83

Haha & Huhu (Gandharva-s)

   

1:6: animals were besought by Maha-deva as volunteer substitutes to postpone untimely deaths for humans

[incomplete in list in 1:20:279-95]

2:6: beast-hearts

3:2:44 80-year old woman

:60 gobbled up grapefruit 9 sections,

:61 thus the 9 shining little witch sisters were conceived

5:5:287- subsequent re-births of man who had, while living, grown feathers (:212) and become drongo-bird

1:6:

mother __ (animals) were successively besought

2:6:

beast-heart

5:5:

subsequent re-births of man who had, while living, become drongo-bird

5:5:

how died

:156

elephant

:17

elephant

:287

elephant

:287

emmets ate his turnk

:161

horse

:18

horse

:289

white-footed stallion

:290

rearing up and down, he died

:163

buffalo

:19

buffalo

:291

stud buffalo

:292

was sacrificed to the goddess

:165

cow

:22

cow

:293

bull

:294

was impaled on tethering-peg

:178

sheep

:20

sheep

:296

ram

:297

was sacrificed to Barah

:173

goat

:21

goat

:298

billy goat

:299

was sacrificed to the goddess

:180

pig

   

:300

boar

:300

was sacrificed to honor a shaman

:183

chicken, who was besought successfully, and so originated:

   

:302

cock chicken

   
   

:23

tiger [cf. were-tiger]

       
 

humans

:24

human

       

the version (of the story of 5:5) in 5:12 is similar in its animal-sequence to the 2:6 & the 3:2 forms:

3:2:

5:12: re-incarnation as

3:17:

:111 flies

:107 insects

 
 

:108, 113 hound

:17 hounds

5:12:4-35 involveth a brother & sister both growing feathers and becoming drong birds:-

5:12: 4-35

brother & sister

Yama & Yami

5:12:113

"he inhabited a dog's life"

hounds of Yama

5:12:58 etc.

"your milk we vomit"

bitch Sarama vomited milk

5:12:110

"you inhabit a funeral offering"

funeral-deities

[the application of this animal-sequence:]

3:2:44 80-year old woman

:60 gobbled up grapefruit 9 sections,

:61 thus the 9 shining little witch sisters were conceived

3:2:

these 9 shining little witch sisters successively devoured the males of:

3:17:

the 9 little sister all-skillful successively devoured the males of:

6:40:

salt in fodder, causing to give birth to female young:

:111

flies

       

:114

bull-elephants

   

:3

female elephant calves

:115

stallions

:19

stallions

:4

fillies

:116

stud buffaloes

:20

buffalo-bulls

:5

female buffalo calves

:117

bulls

:18

bulls

:6

female calves

:119

rams

:21

rams

:7

female lambs

:120

billy goats

:22

billy-goats

:8

female kids

:121

boars

       

:122

cock chickens

:16

cock chickens

   
   

:17

dogs

   

:118

virile men

       

:124

"they finished Rad.i Village, finished Mad.i Village."

       

deities of the cardinal directions [1:10:2-5 = 1:21(4)]

1:10:

direction

deity

5:5:

direction

deity

     

:275

upward

Indra

     

:276

downward

Vasu-deva

:2

east

Candana

     

:3

north

Bhairava

:277

eastward

Bhairava

:4

south

Go-raks.a

:278

southward

Go-raks.a

:5

west

Ratana

:279

westward

Ratana

     

:280

northward

Candana

spirits having to be bound

1:10:

__-dwelling

spirits

:38

wall-niche

one's own forbears

:48

ridge

solitary fiends

:49

tomb

shamans

:50

crossroads

dead souls

dead souls

1:10:

sky-entering important "dead souls" [incomplete in 2:1:57-50]

6:3:

dead souls,to arise lest they be caught in net of birth (:13, 28)

:61

king

:15

king

 

Kar-bir

 

Kar-bir

:62

ash-covered

:16

ash-covered

 

Ganga-rama

 

Ganga-rama

:63

Man-bir

   

:64

charred dread

:18

charred dread

 

coaled

 

coaled

:73

Alika (goddess of vowels)

   
 

Kalika (goddess of consonants)

   

:74

new air-born

   

:74

strong earth-bound

   

more spirits having to be bound [similar to 2:1:65-9, but different position for :65]

1:10:

__-dwelling

spirits

2:1:

__-dwelling

spirits

:79

ridge

solitary fiends

:66

ridge

solitary fiends

 

tomb

shamans

 

tomb

shamans

:80

shrine

Brahman.a-s

:68

shrine

Brahman.a-s

 

well

forebears

 

corner

forebears

:81

waterfall

Bhuta ghosts

:65

waterfall

Bhuta ghosts

 

spring

forbears

 

spring

Deurali

locations of oaths relative to one's body [also in 1:15]

1:10:

at one's __

the oath of __

:85

front

Agni warrior (Skanda ?)

:86

back

black-white field-guardian

:87

right

Nara-simha

:88

left

Hanu-mant

:89

head

Go-raks.a Natha

:90

feet

Kurmin Natha

:91

navel

Bhairama

Danava-s of the cardinal directions

1:12:

direction

Danava

:20

east

80-maund-iron-staff

:21

south

Kanka-asura

:22

west

Maika-asura

:23

north

long-eared

the 12 Bhairama-s

1:12:

Bhairama

2:1:

Bhairama

:30

black

:20

black

 

white

:21

white

:31

awakened (jaga)

   
 

blue

:22

blue

:32

yellow

:23

yellow

 

rogue

:24

reversed

   

:25

straight

   

:26

forward

 

dwarf

:27

backward

1:20:223-4 how trees were torched, scorched; springs were dried, fried

1:20:225 "Satyavati River could pierce the eye of a needle."

1:20:227 humankind "sat in the shade of a lentilbush."

1:20:

in the __ direction

she (Candra) released __

:216-7

eastern

9 moons & 9 suns

:218

northern

snow storms

:219

southern

cyclones, fog

:220

western

lightning, darkness

what daughter-in-law did to cause 8 pairs of moon-&-sun to depart: 1 pair remained

1:20:

her inauspicious deed

pairs of moon-&-sun

:232

addressed elders abusively

1st

:235

to a guest arriving at dust, say there is no place to stay

2nd

:237

hit, with a stick, a hound sitting in a doorway

3rd

:239

with uncombed hair go in &out of a house

4th

:241

comb hair backwards with a dry comb

5th

:243

beat together 2 pots

6th

:245

scratch right foot with left foot

7th

:247

sit atop the drying rack

8th

what survived the world-fire

1:20:

the eldest of __,

namely __

:256

grass

soft trail grass (1:32:175)

:257

thatch

dumb thatch (1:32:175)

:258

stone

black ammonite fossil

:259

tree

black oilwood (1:32:144 & 171)

   

banyan-pipal

places whereto was successively transferred Juma-duta (Messenger of Death)

1:20:

place

:325

tear-filled flood-plain

 

cremation ground of the dead

:326

riverside graveyard

 

crossroads of deceased Brahman.a-s

9 fevers cured by Eagle "Yellow Feathers" (:8) the pupil by means of the hair-knot of the Guru

1:21(1):

jaro "fever"

:10

sanu common

 

linya chilling

 

kama shivering

:11

gasping

 

fainting

 

burning the body's internal organs

:12

body-consuming

 

thigh-piercing

:13

bone-splitting

1:25:27-35 9 leaves of mustard

Cf. "nine leaves" (na lau eiwa) of the Haha --

named in Beckwith, Kumulipo, p. 69 http://www.sacred-texts.com/pac/ku/ku14.htm

1:25:

day

act of mustard-plant

:21

4th

saw a terrifying vision

:22

5th

saw a terrifying dream

:23

6th

emerged from the womb

:24

7th

roots left deep earth {to walk about like Zulu primordial tree ?}

:25

8th

roots left the sky

:26

9th

saw the world of death

2:3:421-7 the 9 leaves must be cast off in order to rescue someone dying from a spell

deities assembling the cardinal directions

1:26(1):

direction

deity-class

1st deity

2nd deity

3rd deity

4th deity

:121-2

east

warrior

young difficult

sharp-tusked

Hanu-mant

fighting

:123-4

west

Mas.t.a

tooth

milk

ladle

guru

:125

north

Barma

       

:126

south

ghost

blacksmith-trembler

iron sailya

elephant-trunk

horse-print

Natha-s of oaths

1:26(2):

Natha

:5

Pas`u-pati

 

Kalu

:6

Kurmin

 

Sime

 

Bhumi

 

Mairsura

Jumratam grandfathers

1:29:

grandfather

:12

pine

:13

stone

 

abusive

1:32:107-8 dowry of 9 moons & 9 suns

:113 "her skirts, she hitched them over her shoulders,

:114 came to the crossroads,

:115 she tripped ... and fell."

:119 the 9 moons & 9 suns "hid in a bamboo tube."

{cf. Maori goddess Rona, who tripped & was carried to the moon}

ophidian structure of plough drawn by "mottled" & "spotty" (2:8:9; 2:9:32)

2:8:

plough part

2:9:

plough part

:10

boa plough upright

:33

boa plough upright

 

python plough beam

 

python plough beam

:11

beautiful snake strap

   
 

spiky snake yoke

:34

swollen snake yoke

:12

wind snake stick

   
 

cobra yoke fastener

   

:13

blunt-tailed snake yoke-bars

   

mustard-plants grown from mustard seeds sown by "mottled" & "spotty" (2:1:8; 2:8:9)

 

part of mustard-plant

color of that part

2:1:15

stalk

blue

2:1:16

leaves

green

2:1:17

flowers

silver

2:8:33

seeds

pearl-like

2:3: Tili-grama event

with __, used by his 2 daughters

Vidhan.-sera's son (:8) Khanu-sera the blind (:9) was caught as as -__

2:17: variant -- father caught by 2 daughters, he as __

goldwood lever (:16)

fish (:21)

fish (:50)

fossil rocks (:37)

fern-shoots (:39)

fern-shoots (:56)

Room-of-Death poison on arrow (:55)

stag (:58)

stag (:75-77)

:53 in the last case, "skinny-wasp" & "forehead-spot" were the hunting-hounds

2:3: seeking by his daughters of Khanu-sera the stricken -stag, -man

2:10: seeking by his daughters of Goraparun the stricken -stag, -man

2:17: seeking by his daughters of the stricken -stag, -man

whether having observed the stag

2:3: observor who is quaestioned

2:10: observor who is quaestioned

2:17: observor who is quaestioned

result to observor

yes

 

mother dubo-grass

 

if top is cut, will resprout (2:10:63)

yes

mother raspberry

mother raspberry

mother mulberry

if top is cut, will resprout (2:3:71; 2:10:79; 2:17:109)

no

 

mother elephant

 

mouth a tail (2:10:90)

no

 

mother horse

 

slave of men (2:10:101)

no

mother pine

mother pine

mother pine > leprosy (2:17:121)

if top is cut, will die (2:3:81; 2:10:109; 2:17:120)

yes

   

mother blackberry

gold-colored flowers & iron-colored fruit (2:17:128)

no

 

mother banana

mother banana

give birth through mouth (2:10:120; 2:17:136)

no

mother buffalo

mother buffalo

mother buffalo

immolated (2:3:91; 2:10:134; 2:17:155)

no

   

mother goat

will carry the star-obstructions (2:17:158)

no

   

mother hen

die as offering to guests (2:17:166)

yes

mother cow

mother cow

mother cow

will live 12 lifetimes (2:3:102; 2:10:152)

no

mother sheep

   

will become squint-eyed (2:3:108)

2:3: house of Ramma shaman's wife

2:17 & 2:10 likewise

3:17 house of son of Jumratam

2:3:

building-materials

as __

2:17 & 2:10

building-materials

as __

3:17:

building-materials

as __

:189

young snakes

house-rafters

2:17:274

young snakes

thatch

     
 

star-vipers

beams

2:10:288

star-vipers

beams

:331

forehead-starred snakes

planks

     

2:10:288

cobras

pillars

:332

cobras

pillars

     

2:10:289

python snakes

rafters

 

vipers

beams

:190

green-ear snakes

bindings

2:17:274

wind snakes

tie-ropes

     
 

monal wings

shingles

2:17:275

eagle-wings, monal-wings, trogopan-wings

shingles

:333

eagles, vultures, monals, trogopans

tiles

:191

golden shells

walls

           
 

wasps

to make it shine at night (lamps ?)

2:10:288

wasps

covering

     

2:3 where Ramma Jumratam left pledges {Ramma = Ramana, a Zarathustrian god}, when he

2:3:277 "went to Eye of Needle, Slippery Slope, went to Shadow Pass"

lowered a on a thread (:279) through 7 underworlds to Tili-grama (:280)

{cf. thread used by Theseus through Labyrinth}

3:2 whence the wife of Ramma Jumratam brought for him to wear so as to

protect him from being devoured alive by the 9 shining witch sisters

3:11 similar to 3:2:220-46, with some other body members

2:3:

pledge

where it was left

3:2:

apparel

whence it was taken

3:2:

body-member

:250

matted lock of hair

leafy tree

:142

matted lock of hair

leafy tree

:220-1

head

:251

monal wings

Charkabhot.

:143

monal wings

Charkabhot.

3:11:64

skull

:252

fragrant leaves

black hill

:144

fragrant leaves

black ridge

   

:253

tie-strap

Tibetan-nettles-grove

:149

tie-strap

Tibetan-nettles-grove

3:11:76

chin

     

3:11:78

necklace

     

:254

cowrie shells

merchant's store

:148

cowrie shells [3:11:79 black cowrie shells]

merchant's store

3:11:77

heart

:255

bitter turmeric root

bitter turmeric garden

:146-7

bitter turmeric root

bitter turmeric garden

:223-4

mouth

:256

charcoal ash

sandalwood tree

:151-3

charcoal ash

Malaya-giri sandalwood

:225-6

forehead

:258

pair of clanging bells

brassworker's store

:159

pair of clanging bells

brass worker's shop

:227-8

shoulder

:259

wild goat's skin

red hill {cf. "goat-skins dyed red"}

:155

wild goat's skin

red hill {cf. "goat-skins dyed red"}

   

:260

complete hoop

shaman tomb-tree

:154

bloodwood hoop

shaman tomb-tree

   

:261

drum's inner handles

clear water

:156

drum's inner handles

clear water

:216-7

right hand

:263

bramble-wood drum-stick

brambles tree

:158

bramble-wood drum-stick

brambles tree

:218-8

left hand

:264

wild swine's skin

sissu tree

:172

wild swine's skin

sissu tree

:243-4

posterior

:265

pair of bells & bell-strikers

fig tree

:161-2

pair of bells & pair of bell-strikers

edible-fig tree

:229-30

chest

:266

leather belt

catechu thicket

:160

leather belt

catechu thicket

3:11:86

waist

:267

swirl of yak-tail

Charkabhot.

:163

swirl of yak-tail

Charkabhot.

:235-6

back

     

3:11:84

langur's hand, monkey's skin

     

:268-9

cow bell, perforated bell, solid bell, ringing bell

elder brother

:166-8

cow bell, perforated bell, solid bell, ringing bell

elder brother

:237-9

front [3:11:89 belly]

:271

sows' teeth

on earth everywhere

:164-5

long teeth of sows

new-born animals

:231-2

right side

:272

boars' teeth

on earth everywhere

:164-5

long teeth of boars

new-born animals

:233-4

left side

:274-5

cross-slung wrap, straight-hung wrap, tailored pajamas

tailor's shop

:170-1

cross-slung wrap, straight-hung wrap, tailored pajamas

tailor's shop

:240-1

"where ?" [3:11:92 thigh]

     

3:11:95

woven cornstraw mat, flat wooden seat

 

:245-6

heel

N.B.: as for the assignment in 3:2:231-4 of female to right side, male to left side, this is Chinese rather than Astika

used by finder Ramma Jumratam

2:3:

used __

as __

:307

lizard

aide

:308

evergreen wood

drumstick

:309

milkywood

drum hoop

:310

domestic goat

drum skin

:321

lungs

meat to be eaten

:328

hot broth

bath

2:3: substitutes for shaman's equipment used by coppersmith of the netherworld [also in 2:10:374-415]

matted locks of hair, monal wings, fragrant leaves (2:3:361)

head-strap for carrying charcoal, ore (2:3:364)

head-dress (2:17:424)

head-strap for carrying charcoal (2:17:428)

   

throat tie-strap (2:17:425)

sweat (2:17:429)

complete drum, drumstick (2:3:366)

hammer (2:3:370)

bramble-wood drumstick (2:17:432)

pincers (2:17:435)

complete drum (2:3:372)

beat plates, pots (2:3:374)

   

familiars (familiar spirits) -- used by spell-caster to restore health

2:3:

Varan "familiar"

:432

iron

 

leather

:433

sweet

 

scorpion

12 warriors [shorter lists: 2:18; 2:19; p. 495]

2:4:

-vira (bira) "warrior"

#

# in list of Vira (bira) "warrior"on p. 495

:1

maha great

1

 

:2

kalya blacky

2

1

 

kailya browny

3

3

:3

chad.rakya sharp-tusked

4

4

 

dhaulya difficult

5

2

:4

eklya rogue

6

 
 

Hanu-mant

7

9

:5

jodha fighting

8

5

 

pani water

9

6

 

cuncu snout

10

 

:6

khupo sickle

11

 

:7

pani bunyo water-sunken

12

 
     

7 upward

     

8 head-covered

     

10 wrestler

animals [a different list is on p. 495]

2:6:

animal

5:4:

animal

p. 495 animal

:1

regal eagle

:1

regal eagle

 

:3

tusked elephant

:2

tusked elephant

1. tusked elephant

 

wild buffalo

 

wild buffalo

2.colorful body

:4

monkey-handed one

:3

monkey-handed one

3. 15-hands-tall

 

rogue monkey

 

rogue monkey

4. solitary monkey

   

:4

wolf pair

5. wolf pair

     

wild cat pair

6. rat pair

:5

clawed hawk

:5

wing-fluttering hawk-flock

 
 

clawed kite

 

kite flock

 

:6

strong-clawed eagle

     

barbs

2:7:

Ban.a ("barb") of __

2:18:

Ban.a ("barb")

5:22:

Ban.a ("barb")

:11

Arjuna

       
 

Kangaka strong one

       

:14

Indra

       

:15

Kuiri fog

:8

Kuiri fog

:13

Kuiri fog

     

Dhuiri dust

:14

Dhuiri dust

   

:9

Jala liquid

:15

Jala liquid

     

Mula water-source

:16

Mula water-source

 

Sailo thorn

       
 

Sata Sallya Vajra seven pines thunderbolt

       

means of binding

2:9:

bind with __ !

:50

plough pins

:51

cherry-wood spikes

:52

flint stones

:53

edible foods

:54

animal fetters

:55

dog-vines

:56

foundation-stone cords

marriages of the 2 daughters of Gorapa -- the 2 -s`erpa sisters

daughter

went to town __

and there married __

the __ (title of office)

elder

Taratali (2:10:195)

Ramma Puracam

Jhangri Jhingratam (2:10:196)

younger

Sijakot. (2:10:173)

Sijapati

king (2:10:174)

Gorapa, dying in stag-form, was rescued by the husband of his elder daughter

parallel of shaman & his wife with & Dli^lah

2:10:305

what shaman's wife told to his enemies: "My husband's ... is the trick of that knotted hair."

what Dli^lah told to his enemies: " S^ims^o^n's strength is in his hair."

2:10:307

"... grind him in a grinder."

S^ims^o^n was made to grind grain in a mill.

2:10:310 Van.a "barbs" in Tili-grama (in netherworld), protecting shaman from court-officers

6:4 to awaken dead souls

2:10:310

6:4:

rise up, __ !

1:17:

move, __-barbs !

     

:19

wild bee

       

honey-bee

black hornets

   

:21

wasp; hornet

huge scorpions

   

:20

scorpion

tigers

:6

tigers

:22

tigers; tigresses

monkeys

:7

monkeys

   

bears

:6

bears

:23

bear; she-bears

goddesses of the 4 yuga-s

3:1:

yuga

goddess

:15

satya truth

Sitala

:16

treta "third"

Dur-pada

:17

"second'

Tulsa

:18

Kali ("black")

Kalika Malika

the names of the 9 shining witch sisters

3:2:

shining witch sister

#

3:5:

little sister

:266

Ova-rani secluded queen

1

:58

Ova-rani secluded queen

 

Biba-rani backward queen

2

 

Biba-rani backward queen

:267

Mala-rani garland queen

3

:59

Mala-rani garland queen

 

Ghyapa-rani fat queen

4

 

Ghyapa-rani fat queen

:268

D.id.ina-mala dangerous garland

5

:60

D.id.ina-mala dangerous garland

 

Pakuma-sera dancer

6

 

Pakuma-sera dancer

:269

Mayaki lover

7

   
 

T.humuke stomper

8

   
   

(7)

:61

Khut.ukya cripple

 

Barule waspy waist

9 (8)

:62

Barule waspy waist

   

(9)

 

Patalya skinny

alternative names of the 9 skillful little witch sisters

3:11:

skillful little witch sister

#

3:13:

little sister

:55

soft-spoken one

1

:1

dark beauty

 

cow-mannered one

2

:2

skinny girl

 

tough sinewy one

3

 

tough girl

:56

pretty as gold

4

:3

pretty as gold

 

pretty as silver

5

 

pretty as silver

:57

skinny girl

6

:4

Siyala shadowy

 

butterfly

7

 

Putalayai butterfly

 

Indra-kali

8

:5

waspy waist girl

   

9

:26

knotty hair one

yet other list of "little sisters" (witches)

3:23:

little sister

:6

dear girl

:7

hiccougher

 

secluded queen

:8

complainer

 

ridge dweller

:9

giantess

 

pebble player

:10

skilled eyen

 

skillful mouth

:11

love garland

 

giant garland

:12

pebble tosser

 

thin one

likenesses to parts of woman's body

3:2:

woman's body-part

similitude

3:5:

woman's body-part

similitude

:285

whole

lithe reed stalk

:31

hair

splinters of reed

:286

head

swallow's nest

:32

head

swallow's head

:287

forehead

straight furrow

:33

forehead

straight ridge trail

:288

ears

bitter turmeric leaves

:34

ears

bitter turmeric leaves

:289

eyen

twinkling of doves

:35

eyen

twinkling of doves

:290

nose

blade of axe

     

:291

lips

coral-colored

     

:292

tongue

darting little snake

:37

tongue

darting little snake

:293

teeth

seeds of pomegranate

:36

teeth

seeds of pomegranate

:294

neck

neck of crane

     

:295

chin

tower standing tall

:38

chin

tall round-tower

:296

breasts

filled storerooms

:42

chests

filled storerooms

:297

heart

seed of round cucumber

:43

heart

seed of round cucumber

:298

liver

wide taro leaf

:44

liver

wide taro leaf

:299

palms

golden dishes

:39

palms

golden dishes

:300

fingers

little twigs

:40

fingers

girl's little twigs

:301

waist

waist of wasp

:45

waist

waist of wasp

:302

fingernails

seeds of peaches

:41

fingernails

girl's seeds of peaches

:303

thighs

sculptured doorways

:46

thighs

sculptured doorways

:304

calves

slippery little fish

:47

calves

shapely fish

:305

heels

eggs laid by geese

:48

heels

eggs laid by geese

[the sequence in 3:5 is more natural than 3:2]

alternative likenesses to parts of woman's body

3:13:

woman's body-part

similitude

3:17:

woman's body-part

similitude

:14

top of head

swallow's nest

:202

head

polished walking stick knob

:15

forehead

rising sun

     

:16

eyen

twinkling of doves

:204

eyen

beam of doves

:17

nose

blade of axe

205

nose

slippery fish [instead of calves of legs !]

     

:206

ears

taro leaves [instead of liver !]

:18

lips

fig-leaf lips

:207

lips

hole-moving

:19

teeth

cucumber seeds [instead of heart !]

:208

teeth

cucumber seeds [instead of heart !]

     

:209

tongue

fig-leaf tongue [instead of lips !]

:20

chin

round-tower chin

     

:21

neck

neck of crane

:203

throat

crafted water spout

:22

fingers

little twig fingers

:224

fingers

radish-twig fingers

:23

waist

waist of wasp

     

:24

calves

slippery little fish

:225

calves

empty milk jugs

:25

heels

goose eggs

:226

toes

serpent head toes

# of facets on rudra-aks.a seed wore by deity

3:3:

facets

deity

:23

22

Vasu-deva

:24

21

the 21 Lama-s

:25

20

Vis.n.u's throne [Garud.a ?]

:26

19

the 19 Lama-s

:27

18

the 18 goddesses

:28

17

the 7 r.s.i-s

:29

16

the 1,600 cowherderesses

:30

15

the 5 Bhavani

:31

14

the 14 goddesses

:32

13

the 13 tri-loka-s triple-worlds

:33

12

the 12 Barma

:34

11

the 11 Lama-s

:35

10

Das`a-ratha "10-chariots"

:36

9

900,000 33-kot.i-s [cf. 900,000 stars in 3:10:8]

:37

8

the 88 goddesses

:38

7

the 7 r.s.i-s [again!]

:39

6

the 56-kot.i-s

:40

5

the 5 tiers of heaven [as in Radha Swami]

:41

4

the 14 goddesses

:42

3

the 3 tri-loka-s "triple-worlds"

:43

2

goddess Durga

:44

1

"our guru, ourself"

the 100 banes, originating in dancing of witches

3:6:

Bhaya "bane"

:3

bone-consuming

 

deadly

:4

imbecile

 

writhing

 

babbling

:5

nose-blocking

:6

ear-blocking

:7

limb-afflicting

 

crippling

 

joint-afflicting

:8

failing sight

:9

blister

:10

toothache

characteristics of women, by castes

3:15:

characteristic

caste

:8

hairy

Brahman.i

:9

slippery

Ksa.triyi

:10

unkempt

Khasa

:11

clumsy

Magar

:12

dark

D.ombi

3:17:90 Jumratam in form of fly (:93) was eaten (:94) by the 9 little sisters all-skillful (:93)

:128 magically blinded were the sisters' mother, Andha-sora (:118), and father, Bandha-sora (:119)

:147, 164 the 9 sisters dancing on needles' point, passing through needles' eye

:306 bridge of 1-ply thread of Tibetan nettles, shot via arrow (:307) to far side (:308) broke (:317) while:

the 9 sisters' brother Gorapa (:312) was crossing (:315) in form of fly, flea (:313)

4:2(1):115 bent old woman from the Satya Yuga dug roots out from wind-howling ridge (:117)

4:2(1):

root

4:4:

root

4:10:

root

   

:3

plentiful; great

:80

great herbal

         

strong

:118

fist; finger

   

:81

finger-sized; fist-sized

   

:4

bitter; spicy

:82

bitter; sweet

 

alcohol

:5

alcohol yeast

   
 

yeast

       

:119

wild basil

       
 

great

       
 

upthrust

       
 

edible

       

when alcohol (4:2:146) was invented, it was tested by being fed to animals

4:5:87-96 is similar to 4:2(1):160-175

4:2(1):

test subject

with result that

4:4:

test subject

with result that

:160-4

stray hound

found spoor better

:70-1

"blacky" hound

began to bark

:167-9

pig

uprooted herbs better

     

:172-5

dumb cretin

began to speak

:72-3

dumb cretin

began to laugh, began to giggle

     

:74

dumb cock

began to mark the hours

separating

4:2(3):

the separated

:1

drum-skin

 

spout-water

:2

well-water

 

stone-water

:3

spring-water

 

tree-notch-water

:4

spout-water [again!]

 

patient

 

relatives

:5

harmful planets

 

harmful star-obstuctions

:6

Barma afflictions

 

Barah afflictions (male suicides)

:7

Bajyu afflictions (female suicides)

 

witch afflictions

:8

goddess Deurali (of water-springs)

 

respect

:9

charms & harms

 

water & spring

:10

Mas.t.a & Mankal

 

Bhayar & forbears

:11

body & diseases

 

body & afflictions

dreams

4:2(6):

personal disasters praesaged by dreams

:4

a ladle breaketh, a stirring-stick breaketh

:5

the drying rack falleth, a wall saggeth

:6

a rockslide falleth, a landslide falleth [4:10:180 a landslide may have slipped]

:7

a mustache disintegrateth, hair falleth from a topknot

:8

a tooth falleth out

 

a leech sucketh [4:10:167 a leech may have bitten]

:9

one person is pressed atop another

 

[poisonous] mushrooms are [inadvertantly] picked [to be eaten by picker]

:10

your house is filled with strife

inauspicious dreams praesaging personal disasters

4:2(6):

dream of oneself

travelling toward the

:11-12

riding black horse & wearing black clothes

south

:13-14

riding red horse & wearing red clothes

east

:15-16

carrying salt or cooking oil

north

miscellaneous inauspicious omens

4:2(6):

inauspicious omen in one's household

:18

shell-less chicken-egg is laid

:19

cock danceth, hen croweth

:20

black hound climbeth rooofbeam & barketh toward east

:21-2

water-buffalo or hound giveth birth in wrong season

:23-4

meeting remains of human devoured by tiger

:25-28

meeting deformed sprout of: wheat, barley, banana, cucumber, taro, ginger, bloodleaf [cf. 2:10:172-6]

:30-2

damaging in ploughing: terrace-edge, ridge-grave, burrowed snake

shooting of bird in "world of death" (4:5:45) = Maori myth = Welsh myth

4:5:46-9

in Satya Yuga, bent old woman, with golden shot, silver sling, struck down falcon

Maori myth of Rupe "pigeon" (one of the Maui brethren) flying into netherworld

Welsh myth, in Mabinogion, of shooting of bird by Llew Llaw Gyffes

4:10:17-8

baiting of falcon with "diamonds"

thunderbird -- cf. Tantrik association of thunderbolts with diamonds

tale in <arabian 1,000 Nights of ruh^-bird descending into deep pit-mine of diamonds

Barah brethren who originated on Gama ridge

5:1:

Barah

5:10:

Barah

idem p. 586

idem pp. 588-9

:5

blacky

:12

blacky

1. blacky

8. blacky

:5

browny

 

browny

2. browny

9. browny

         

10. Palu

:6

laughing

 

laughing

3. laughing

11. laughing

:8

cretin

 

cretin

4. cretin

12. intoxicated

   

:13

   

13. Yogin

       

5. peaceful

14. peaceful

:6

wealthy

 

wealthy

6. wealthy

18. wealthy

:7

saint

 

saint

7. holy man

19. saint

         

15. Man.d.alin

       

9. milk-drinking

16. milk-drinking

         

17. Br.ganin

         

1. Babu

:7

sustaining

     

2. sustaining

         

3. son thinker

     

begging

 

4. beggar

         

5. intoxicated [again!]

:8

whitey

:14

whitey

8. whitey

6. whitey

     

snakey

   
     

helpful

   
     

bitter

   

7:2:44 Barah -- saint / sustaining reversed from 5:1:7

"the Twenty-two Sisters Vengeance Suicides" (5:10:16; 7:2:45)

5:1:

vengeance suicide

5:10:

vengeance suicide

7:1:

vengeance suicide

7:2:

vengeance suicide

       

:136

solitary social

   
   

:20

sheep-desiring

:144

sheep

:49

sheep-desiring

:3

goat-desiring

 

goat-desiring

:144

goat

 

goat-desiring

 

chicken-desiring

:21

chicken-desiring

:152

chick

:50

chicken-desiring

:4

crippled

 

crippled

:161

itchy-ear

 

crippled

 

cretin

:22

cretin

:168

cretin

:51

cretin

         

dumb

   
       

:170

whitey

   
       

:177

Ranga Mala

   
         

Ganga Mala

   
     

shaman-wife

     

shaman-wife

           

:96

parrot

7:1:144 sheep / goat are reversed

Lama-s

5:1:

Lama

pp. 459-60 "22" Lama-s

p. 461 "84" Lama-s

   

1. snake

 
   

2. enormous

 
   

3. peculiar

 
   

4.

 

:21

thinking

5. thinking

1. thinking

:21

concentrating

6. concentrating Dhyanin

2. concentrating

   

7. river-bank Ganga

 
   

8. difficult place

3. waist

   

9. peaceful Saha-deva

4. d.ammmar (kettledrum)

   

10. quiet

 

:22

22 Lama-s

11. water-walking true

5. true

   

12. cave-dwelling cave

6.

     

7. yak

     

8. yak-tail

     

9. Tiru

     

10. Charke

     

11. backward

     

12. forward

     

13. ridge

     

14. crooked

     

15. renowned

     

16. laughing

:22

saint

 

17. saint

     

18. obstinate

     

19.

     

20. black

     

21 etc. sky-dwellers, including regal eagle

:23

Kailasa-dwelling

 

40 etc. deep-earth-dwellers, including sickle warrior

     

60-71. 12 dead familiars

:23

reborn

 

72-84. 12 living familiars

:24

cretin

   

the 9 Naga-s (dragons) [variant sequence in :66-7, 1st pairs of names in each line being backwards]

5:5:72 they were the 9 sons of younger sister, namely (:9) Kadum

5:5:

-naga

5:5:

-naga

5:8:

-naga

       

:177

forest

       

:92, 177

Vasuki

:4

Mau she

:66

earth

:178

earth

 

Pr.thvi earth

 

she

:93, 178

she

:5

Dvadhai milky

 

twitchy

   
 

Rakte bloody

 

twisty

   

:6

Sakau twitchy

:67

bloody

:94, 179

bloody

 

Makau twisty

 

milky

:94, 179

milky

:7

Kali blacky

 

blacky

   
 

Kumau browny

 

browny

   

5:5:71 the 9 eagles were the 9 sons of the elder sister, namely (:9) Padum

procurement of firewood for elder sister Padum

5:5:

the __

was the __

:170

long teeth of swine

split the firewood

:171

green-ear snake

tie-rope

:172

wind snake

crosstie rope

:173

short tail star viper

backboard

5:8:8 the 4 Can -- Udaya, Vijaya, Sagi, Bhagi

how Sati Barba's son the baby "Iron Nails" was spared by animals when exposed among them

{cf. nativity of Zara-tustra, who was spared by animals when exposed among them }

5:8:

where exposed

expected result (which did not happen)

:106-8

clump of nettles

death

:109-116

bull-elephant

to be trampled

:118-123

white-footed stallion

to be trampled

:124-130

stud buffalo

to be impaled

:131-136

ram

being struck by horns

:138-143

Tibetan mastiff

to be eaten

:145-155

in golden chest with silver lid, set adrift on river

[was found by bent old woman, who adopted him]

benefits accruing to the foster-mother of "Iron Nails": in her household

5:8:158

barren she-elephants birthed

 

barren mares birthed

:159

lame oxen were trained to the plough

 

barren she-buffalos birthed

:160

barren cows birthed

 

barren nanny-goats birthed

:161-2

"The eighy year old childless Bent Old Woman's breasts again flowed with rivers of milk."

similarity with Irish myth

5:8:184-95 their relationship unbeknownst, Sati Barba challenged his son "Iron Nails" to a duel

(ditto,) for Cu-chulain & his son

jhangi ("shamans") in the southern regions

5:10:

shaman

:5

catechu

 

jujube

 

plum

 

equipment

:6

D.holo large drum

 

Bhalo honest

brethren Lat.a & Mairam

5:18:

evaded death by substituting for themselves grass-dolls when:

:129-32

they were impaled on impaling-stakes

:134-6

they were thrown to the crocodiles

:137-139

they were set afire, but (:140) quenched the fire with salt

brethren Lat.a & Mairam recognized identities of [blood-pulses in] objects at far end of a string

5:18:

what was recognized

5:19:

what was recognized

:142

wooden beam

   

:145

hound's foot

:13

hound's foot

:148

maid-in-waiting's waist

:18

hand of maid-in-waiting

   

:21

grindstone

   

:23

handbroom

:150

queen's ring-finger

:25

queen's wrist

unharmed dismemberment of own body as implements for deities (sky-born 6:3:1-2)

6:3:

one's ("my") __

is given as __

p. 616, 6, line #

one's ("my") __

is given as __

:3

to right hand

flute

11

to right hand

flute

:4

to left hand

fife

12

to left hand

pipe

:6

heart

chunk of meat

13

heart

chunk of meat

:5

skin

cover

14

skin

wrap

:8

head

head

15

head

pot

     

16

hand

stirring-stick

:7

intestines

thread

17

intestines

thread

7 levels of oaths

6:17:

the oath of __

6:41:

the oath of __

:16

the thinking Lama

   

:17

the choking Lama

   

:18

the stone Lama

   

:19

the sky's Indra-deva

   

:20

deep earth's Vasu-deva

   

:21

guru Maha-deva

:19

lord Maha-deva

   

:20

33 kot.i-s goddesses

   

:21

mother Kalika, flame goddess

Mas.t.a-s [a different, shorter list in 7:3:35-6]

7:2:

Mas.t.a

:32

village's tooth

 

milk

:33

arriving

 

giving

:34

aged

 

winning

:77

giant

 

solitary

:78

wicked

 

Salani

:79

Paimk

 

D.hyak

p. 406 2 goddesses & 3 Bir gods

black cowrie goddess Candra

deceased Brahman.i goddess

Kar-bir [N.B.: Karbir is commonly mis-written Kabir by Kabir-panthin & Radha-svamin]

Sura-bir "wine-hero" {cf. wine made by Noh. after deluge}

Kaka-bir "crow-hero" {cf. raven loosed from the ark during deluge, by Noh.}

p. 495 Sato (wits)

water

spring

waterfall

cliff

river

stone

p. 508 1,400 Yogini-s (associations with goddesses unclear)

mother Kalika

56 kot.i-s

mother Malika

36 kot.i-s

Tri-pura Sundara

14 tiers of heaven

Bhiramis

sewing-goddess

Naksari

nose

Kansari

ear

Gan.a-is`vari

throat-dwelling

Bhavaniya

hand five[-fingered]

Bagya-is`vari

inside the world

Baga-mati

"middle brain"

HARVARD ORIENTAL SERIES, Vol. 55. Gregory G. Maskarinec: Nepalese Shaman Oral Texts. Harvard U. Pr, 1998.

[The Ajivika character of Jhankri theosophy is evident in various places, such as (in 5:12:112, 117) passing through 84 lives.]