In 19 days you will learn before entering battle, the Mantamaji would exchange these final words: “When we meet again, let it be in victory.” What started as a simple rallying cry gained deeper meaning over time. “Victory” became the Mantamaji’s term for the place of soul-rest. Even if they did not win the battle, the Mantamaji would live on in Victory, a land beyond the farthest desert, where it is always cool as a twilight moon.