By Nick Kettles
The All-Seeing Boy believed that there has to be how to make humans satisfied. Then he met the mysterious hobo Jason Carper Esquire who taught him concerning the blue sky of happiness . . . and our inherent, a bit of magical skill to carry happiness to others.
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For a Sanskrit edition see Ksemendra, Kaldvilasa, Kavyamala, ed. 1888. For a German translation see R. Schmidt (Leipzig: 1914). 3 chags pa'i bsian bcos. 4 Bhattacharya, 115. He cites "Chakrabarti in JASB [Journal of the Anthropological Society of Bombay], 1915, p. 414", but the citation is inaccurate. 5 Moti Chandra, 59. 6 Bhattacharya (110) reports that sometime between the tenth and fourteenth centuries the Buddhist Padmashri used a text by Maheshvara in the composition of his Nagarasarvasva, but that nothing is known about Maheshvara or his text.
He also would have heard many of the rascally tales of the infamous Uncle Don-ba,1 such as when he puts on a nun's habit and goes to stay for several months in a nunnery with the result that many nuns become pregnant. Uncle Don-ba gets away with his ruse for a while but eventually is caught and bound as punishment though he escapes through guile much like Brer Rabbit. An Indian informant. " The Brahmin must have been a Sanskrit scholar familiar with Indian erotic literature; he helped with difficult passages in Sanskrit texts mentioned above.
S. Shastri Ghiladia (Lahore: 1921). 2 Moti Chandra, 59. Richard Schmidt dates it in the fourteenth century (Comfort, 82). 3 dga'i ba'i rin chert mam gsal. See Devaraja, Ratiratnapradipika, ed. with English translation by K. Rangaswami Iyengar (Mysore: 1923). 4 Moti Chandra, 60. 5 lus med yan lag; the Tibetan could be translated as Limb of the Bodiless [One]. For the Sanskrit text, see Kalyanamalla, Anangaranga, ed. R. Shastri Kusala (Lahore: 1890). For English translations, see Sir Richard Burton and F.
All-seeing Boy and the Blue Sky of Happiness, The: A Children's Parable by Nick Kettles