By Benimadhab Barua
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LOb 85. b6. 1 2 • PRE-BUDDHISTIC HISTORY 47 tlle south-west),l and hIS face turned towards the river Phalgn. 2 "Jajipur wIlirh is a town in the district of Cuttack is further esteemed," says ]\fr. Stirling, "from its being supposed to rest on the navel of the tlemendous giant or demon. called the Gaya A'lU1 who Wa& ovelthrown by Vishnu. Such was his bulk that when stretched on the ground. his head rested at Gaya, his navel (nabln) at this place, and hi'J feet at a spot near Rajamahendri. e Gaya,~na lull of (b) a &0 on the Ynall }1l11 (of Jajpur) on which the Imago of the goddess called Vlraja 4 is installed and the lVIahendragrri (of Rajumahendri) a man may offer pwda for the lelease of the dep~rted spllits of Ilis iorelatlleIs.
Wlth'lllC Brabmayoni hill in the tOWll of Gaya. til'jr the hugeness of the bulk of the giant's body with He smallllel)s of the size of the Brahmayoni hill. 3 Fur· - theY, it expressly sa) s that the trialJt1ay dOWll or the Kola} ala· giri, 'keeping his head towards the north (more accurately, the north-webt), his feet towards the south (more acourately, k Viiyu-Purunu. 42. Viiyu-Pwunu. lOb 85. b6. 1 2 • PRE-BUDDHISTIC HISTORY 47 tlle south-west),l and hIS face turned towards the river Phalgn. 2 "Jajipur wIlirh is a town in the district of Cuttack is further esteemed," says ]\fr.
Sa'l/lipe tu detf ya. Vira}ii slhilii 11 Tatra. diidika'lfl hiM'! bi(lsapta-k'lllalll udd11aret I Mahendragiri1Ju taaya kritau piidau Buniichalau JJ Taba pim/adikafl! £ I! • Reckoning the Gn~ ii l'Ilngc of hills as thc bil a Ga~-ii. in modem tiJl1cS ~omc l leol 1)c locate tIle nabM or intelmediate Ga~ it un n lIiIl ill A~ odhJii (the dibtIitt ot Oudh) and the piida or infetiol' Gayu. kllnda in tbl} dibb iet of C'hittagong. -miihiitm~ a contains, how~~er, no ju&tification for this, PRE-BUDDffiSTIC mSTORY 49 The height of one hundred and twenty-five yoja'YIQs and the girth of sixty yojaJlas as legendary measurement of the giant's bocly cannot Reriouslr be taken to denote an area covering so wide a space as one from Kalinga to the Hinlalnya and from Central India to Bengal.
Gayā and Buddha-Gayā: (early history of the holy land) volume 1 by Benimadhab Barua