|Krishna Seeks the Syamantaka|
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Krishna! What have you
done to my brother? Where is Syamantaka?”
“Satrajit, I see you are distressed. I have heard that your brother has not returned from the hunt. He must have met with trouble. I have neither seen him nor the stone.”
“I know you took it,
You lusted after it and decided you must steal it, since I would not let you
“No, Satrajit. I did not do that. I will get some of my best men together, and we will go and find your brother for you. I will show you that I did not steal it.”
The lion’s body was slashed through by bear claws.
Krishna set out for Jambavan’s cave, which was very near.
Outside the entrance, Krishna warned his men
of the danger. “I’ll go in alone. You wait here for me. No matter what, remain
outside the cave. Jambavan knows me. I will be safe. But he does not know you.
You will not be safe in there.”
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