Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 28 Aug 2011 05:30 and updated at 28 Aug 2011 05:30


vrm.3.14 b, a Aditi" gave birth to twelve Aditya s, the Sun Gods, eight Vasu s, the Terrestrials Gods, eleven Rudra s, the Fury Gods, and two Ashvinis, the medicine Gods, total thirty three of them.
vrm.6.105 Approaching Rama standing absorbed in fight in the battle field, exhausted as he was by the fight, and seeing Ravana who came nearby, facing him duly prepared for the battle, the glorious sage, Agastya, who had come together with the Gods, to perceive the battle, then spoke as foolows: "O Rama, the mighty armed! Hear the following eternal secret, by which you can conquer all the enemies in battle, my child!" "An excellent hymn in the praise of sun, entitled Aditya Hridayam which is intended to propitiate brahma, installed in the heart of the orb of the sun is to be muttered at all times, This is a holy hymn, which can destroy all the adversaries, bestow victory, give undecaying prosperity, supremely auspicious, the blessing of all blessings, root out all sins, allay all anxiety and grief, excellent and prolong life.
vrm.7.38 And beholding that dreadful Rishi approach like unto Aditya walking on foot, the warders communicated the intelligence unto the king Arjuna.
vrm.7.94 Having accepted adoration in the shape of Vedic hymns chanted by Brahmans, well versed in Vedas, the illustrious Aditya is about to be set.

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