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31 Nārāyaṇabhaṭṭa’s Prakriyāsarvasva contains numerous citations from Bhoja’s Sarasvatīkaṇṭhābharaṇa. 13. Love for Anuprāsa Nārāyaṇabhaṭṭa has great affinity for anuprāsa and he uses alliterative sounds in all the three prabandhas. ‘vyājahāra daśanaṁśumaṇḍalavyājahāra śabalīkṛtākṛtiḥ’ (PM 3) and ‘vipravargyaiḥ pravargyaiśca pradīptā yajῆavāṭikā sadbhirupasadbhiśca saṅgatā nitarāṁ babhau’ (PM 13) are examples. pṛṣṭo∫tha puṣṭavinayena yudhiṣṭhireṇa dṛṣṭvā sa dṛṣṭivalanaiḥ sujanānaśeṣān utkṛṣṭakṛṣṇamahimasmṛtihṛṣṭaromā spaṣṭaṁ gariṣṭhatarayā girayā babhāṣe.
106) The slaughters committed by Kṛṣṇa in his childhood as described in detail in the 50th and 51st daśakas of Nārāyaṇīya, is given in prose as, “pūtanāśakaṭāsurapavanavatsabakāghamukhānāṁ nidhanenaiva nijapadapradāyī”. (PM 25) Vatsaharaṇa and Braḥmagarvaśamana described in the 52nd daśaka are summarized in the line “viriῆcavaῆcanabahurūpaviharaṇe ca nikhilagomātṛsneha-prasarānātmagocarāneva cirataraṁ viracayan” (PM 25). In Subhadrāharaṇa the journey of Arjuna to the Himālayas is summarized in a stanza.
He never hesitated on either accepting or rejecting the courtmanship of any king. He was always a lonely man and believed that a human being was always lonely when tempted by the merciless destiny. He himself was a victim of destiny. 48 Arjuna, Subhadrā, Yudhiṣṭhira, Draupadī, Śūrpaṇakhā, Sītā etc. also are portrayed as the victims of this immense power. During his childhood he had the religious belief on the deities of Bhagavati, Gaṇapati and Viṣṇu. As the Viṣṇu concept extends over to his numerous incarnations and as the circumstances promoted Nārāyaṇabhaṭṭa had the such a opportunity flourishing to belief, praise Viṣṇu abundantly.