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9th Edition See also Pharmacotherapy Pathophysiology (biology) References Category:Textbooklets Category:Pharmacology literatureChapter 10 - The Master’s Ostrich The apprentice follows the orders of a master and tries his best to master his craft. Success or failure is the only criteria for being a master of anything. At the end of his journey, the master is a better craftsman. The Kalinga warriors had different forms of communication. Agastya was able to receive this. In the form of a rooster, he conveyed to Satyavati the mission he had been given. This was the only form of communication he knew. Satyavati was thrilled to hear that the Kalinga king wanted her to be queen of the Southern Vindhya. She decided to go to the kingdom and request the king to make her his queen. She was even more thrilled at the prospect of leading the grand army against the demons. Satyavati had been raised in the culture of the royal families of Kalinga. At the time of the Samudramanthan, the Kalingas were good friends of the Sinhalese. The kings of Kalinga were very proud of the Buddhist faith of their subjects. The Sinhalese kings were also religious followers. As part of their friendship, the Sinhalese rulers gave land and water for the cultivation of rice in Kalinga. The Sinhalese were also good friends with the Kalinga women. They enjoyed a reputation for being chaste. The Kalinga women were known for being good wives and mothers. They adored their husbands and were loyal to them. Despite the war between the Tamilians and the Sinhalese, the Kalinga women remained loyal to their husbands and wished for peace. They wished for a peaceful relationship between the two countries. The Kalingas had been loyal to the Sinhalese kings and had been friends with them. The relationship between the two countries had not deteriorated. There had been many incidents that were on account of the war between the two countries. The Kalinga women had developed an affection for the Sinhalese and wished for them to remain their good friends. As Satyavati set out to Kalinga, she felt her anxiety growing. She was on a mission and did not want



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