But we must take care than no harm befalls Kasi for his good services.
Kasi, being an important official, receives from the Bhutan Government forty maunds of barley and forty maunds of rice annually.
It chanced that the King of Kasi (Benares) had three fair daughters whose swayamvara was being proclaimed.
They are Kasi's yaks coming from some blind valley which no one but a hunter or mountaineer would have imagined to exist.
Our imports into Tibet, according to Kasi's statistics, are practically nil.
Kasi Mollah suddenly reined in his flying horse and stopped short, allowing them to escape.
Hariśchandra is hoping to reach the temple of Vis Wanàth3 at Kasi and invoke his aid to pay the gold.