ratha was at the time listening with deepest attention to all the words of his great teacher.
There was in the country of Baranathee the son of a rich man, named ratha.
ratha, calm and unmoved, made no reply, but cast a look at his master.
Awaking sooner than usual, ratha saw the musicians all asleep round him in various and unseemly situations.
Rejoiced at such an assurance, ratha's father complied with the invitation he had received.
ratha, free from all impediments, directed his steps towards the solitude of Migadawon.
ratha is represented as a young worldly-minded man, who, in the midst of riches, has denied himself to no kind of pleasure.
On hearing these kind and inviting expressions, ratha felt his heart overflow with the purest joy.
The same reflection may be applied to the conversion of ratha's father.
No sooner had his father departed than ratha applied for the dignity of Rahan, which was forthwith conferred upon him.