Devanaguy's sleep is prolonged supernaturally by Vishnu: allowing the god to relate to her his divine secrets through a series of ecstatic visions. Among the mysteries revealed to Devanaguy, she is shown how the gods will shortly powerfully intervene directly in human affairs. When the princess finally re-awakens she is awestruck by her experiences, and bursts into a spontaneous rhapsody of praise.
- Neihardt, John. The Divine Enchantment. New York: White & Company, 1900. p. 14.
- Neihardt, John. The Divine Enchantment. New York: White & Company, 1900. pp. 14-46.