Resources : Sanskrit : Poetic Word Play.

http://www.pragyata.com/mag/pleasures-of-sanskrit-282

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In Māgha’s Śiśupāla-vadha is an ekākśari, a verse with just one consonant:  

 

दाददो दुद्ददुद्दादी दाददो दूददीददोः ।

दुद्दादं दददे दुद्दे दादाददददोऽददः ॥

 

Describing a battle scene between Kŗśņa and Śiśupāla, it means: “Kŗśņa — the giver of every boon, the scourge of the evil-minded, the purifier, the one whose arms destroy the wicked who cause suffering to others — raised his weapon against the foe.”  

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