SOTTTH-«ASTBBN OT BlX&UNT, NOAKHAUL 319 Dudher hattur chana ar mnkhSr hattor baran. Dudher hottur send, dr mukter kott&r boron. Bhai bfcndhav hatttir *ay, matoger ba£ y& jan, Eha* bdndhob hotttir »<5y, matger bosh ze ton. (1) Mother Kaikeyi waa the enemy of Kama, while Bama was the enemy of Eavana. A moonlit night is the enemy of the thief, while work is the enemy of the idle. (2) Worms and duckweeds are the enemies of water, while lime is the enemy of betel leaves. Weevils are the enemies of bamboos, while salt is the enemy of the leech. (3) Grass is the enemy of the field, while cultivation is the enemy of the grass. Enlarged spleen is the enemy of the children, while cough is the enemy of the old. (4) A father is the enemy of the rude and obstinate son, and those who live in separate mess are enemies of each other* A quilt is an enemy in the month of Chaitra, unless one Has got fever. (5) Creepers are enemies of trees, while worms are the enemies of mangoes. Co-wives are enemies of each other, while sorrow is the enemy of the body. (6) Weasels are enemies of snakes, while duckweeds are the enemies of tanks. A mother-in-law is the enemy of the daughter-in-law (son's wife) when the former makes the latter wear rags. (7) The rainy season is the enemy of the beggar, while a net is the enemy offish. A word in season is the enemy of the fools, and makes his eyes red with anger. (8) Cows5 urine is the enemy of milk, while a pimple is the enemy of the face. Brothers and friends are enemies when one is very much attached to his wife.