Nyaya – The sunlight and the grass.


It is used to denote that a thing which is found to be of essential importance at one time, may at another time prove to be the cause of distinction, just as the sunlight, which is indispensably necessary for the grass to grow up, is also the cause of the drying up of the same grass.

Nyaya – null

योजनप्राप्ययङ्कावेर्यं मल्लबन्धनन्यायः

The Kaveri and the Kaivarla (a fisherman.) It takes its origin from the conduct of a man who wanted to go across the river Kaveri, and so took with him a fisherman for the purpose, but fearing that the man might escape, he bound the fisherman, hand and foot while the river was yet 8 miles off; and is used to denote the foolishness on the part of one being overcautious for the prevention of a danger, and thus making one’s position एम्बरस्सिङ्ग्बेफ़ोरेथेदङ्गेरच्तुअल्ल्य्हप्पेन्स्।