Rather more than ten le to the north-east of the city, he found the vihara in the park of "The rishi's Deer-wild."
They are now construed in terms foreign to the rishi and to the pandit.
The gods then took the bones of the deceased rishi as directed.
The rishi, with his magic, burnt up the demons into thin ash.
Practising his religious duties in solitude, silent and contemplative he dwelt in his palace, a royal rishi.
Vrinda, thinking that he was dead, begged the rishi to restore him to her.
And a rishi was wounded by that arrow with its head bent out.
In so doing, he cut off the head of a rishi, who was doing penance.
rishi, rish′i, n. a sage or poet, the author of a Vedic hymn.
The rishi fell in love with them, and eventually three sons were born.