Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 28 Aug 2011 06:31 and updated at 28 Aug 2011 06:31


vrm.3.31 Then on going hurriedly from Janasthana and on speedily entering Lanka Akampana spoke these words to Ravana.
vrm.3.31 Thus said, then that ten faced Ravana is infuriated with bloodshot eyes, and as though to burn down whole world with his radiance he spoke this to Akampana.
vrm.3.31 Akampana with his palms adjoined and voice hesitant with fear sought for the clemency of that Dasamukha Rakshasa Ravana who is enraged in that way.
vrm.3.31 When the supremo of Rakshasas Dasha griiva pardoned him then that Akampana spoke these words, unfalteringly and trustfully.
vrm.3.31 On hearing the words of Akampana, the chief of Rakshasas Ravana, spoke these words hissing like a kingly serpent.
vrm.3.31 "The question is whether that Rama arrived at Janasthana associated with Indra and along with all of the immortal Gods? Oh, Akampana, speak about it.
vrm.3.31 Akampana again detailed about the might and valour of that great souled Rama on hearing that sentence of Ravana.
vrm.3.31 b, On hearing the words of Akampana Ravana said these words, "I will to go to Janasthana to kill Rama along with Lakshmana.
vrm.3.31 When Ravana said so then Akampana said these words in reply, listen, oh, king, what all has happened, and of what in actuality is Rama s spirit and grit.
vrm.3.31 Akampana advised Ravana in this way.
vrm.3.31 The chief of Rakshasas Ravana favouring that idea thought of it and that mighty armed Ravana then spoke to Akampana.
vrm.6.14 Even Devantaka or Narantaka or Atikaya or Atiratha of gigantic proportions, or Akampana who is mighty as an ocean are not capable to withstand against Rama in battle.
vrm.6.19 O, Rama! The glorious Indrajit, having propitiated the God of Fire, strikes his enemy while remaining invisible in the battle field with a huge battle array on both sides Mahodara and Mahaparshva along with a Rakshasa called Akampana who are equal to the guardians of the world in battle they are the commanders of his army.
vrm.6.55 "Let the invincible Rakshasas of irresistible courage go forth soon, with Akampana as their head, who is skilled in the use of every weapon and missile.
vrm.6.55 Taking that command of Ravana, the mighty Akampana of quick resolution then mobilized the army.
vrm.6.55 Then, Akampana of the stature and colour of a cloud, whose voice resembled a thunder, ascended his great chariot, decorated with fine gold and set out, surrounded by dreadful Rakshasas.
vrm.6.55 Even Devas were indeed unable to upset Akampana in a great battle.
vrm.6.55 The left eye of Akampana, who delighted in warfare, began to twitch.
vrm.6.55 While Akampana advanced thus with his troops, an immense tumult arose that seemed to convulse the ocean.
vrm.6.55 The extremely enraged Akampana, the general of the army of Rakshasas, cheered all those Rakshasas by his terrible prowess.
vrm.6.56 Seeing that very great exploit executed by the chiefs of Vanaras in the battle, Akampana was seized with a fierce anger.
vrm.6.56 Witnessing that work of the enemies, his features were distorted by anger and brandishing his powerful bow, Akampana addressed his charioteer in these words.
vrm.6.56 Thereafter, in his chariot, drawn by fast moving Horses, Akampana the most skillful of chariot warriors, with a hail of darts, assailed the Vanaras from a distance.
vrm.6.56 all of them were crushed under the shifts of Akampana and took to their heels.
vrm.6.56 Seeing those companions, getting under the sway of death pursued by Akampana s darts, the mighty Hanuman went to their rescue.
vrm.6.56 Akampana, like Mahendra, assailed a hail of arrows on Hanuman, who remained as firm as a rock.
vrm.6.56 Heedless of the flood of weapons that fell upon his body, the mighty Hanuman resolved in his mind to slay Akampana.
vrm.6.56 Thereafter, as formerly in an encounter Indra hurled his thunderbolt at Namuchi, Hanuman rushed towards Akampana.
vrm.6.56 Beholding that crag flying towards him, Akampana shattered it even from a distance by means of his great crescent shaped arrows.
vrm.6.56 The valiant Akampana, beholding that Hanuman who was enraged and rushing on, sowing terror among his soldiers, was greatly perturbed and set up a mighty shout.
vrm.6.56 With fourteen sharp arrows that tore the flesh, that Akampana pierced the highly valiant Hanuman.
vrm.6.56 Thereafter, showing a great haste in uprooting another tree, Hanuman struck the head of Akampana the General of Rakshasas.
vrm.6.56 Seeing their leader Akampana lying lifeless on earth, all the Rakshasas trembled as the trees do during an earthquake.
vrm.6.57 Hearing of Akampana s killing, Ravana the Lord of Rakshasas, with a little depressed face, was enraged and looked towards his ministers.
vrm.6.59 O Prince! That hero who has a face with a coppery hue resembling a newly rising sun, coming on the back of an Elephant causing its head to sway, know him to be Akampana.
vrm.6.72 Hearing Atikaya having been killed in the hands of the great souled Lakshmana, Ravana was worried and spoke as follows: Dhumraksha, who was greatly impatient Akampana who was excellent among all wielders of weapons, Prahasta and Kumbhakarna were killed by Rama, who was unwearied in battle.
vrm.6.89 The valiant Nikumbha, the mighty Kumbhakarna, Kumbha, the Rakshasa called Dhumraksha, Jambumali, Mahamali, the highly swift Ashaniprabha, Suptaghna, Yajnakopa, a Rakshasa named Vajradamshtra, Samhadri, Vikata the destroyer of enemies, Tapana, Manda, Praghaasa, Praghasa, Prajangha, Jangha, Agniketu who was difficult to be conquered, Agniketu, the valiant Rashmiketu, vidyujjihva, Dvijihva, Suryashatru, Akampana, Suparshva, Chakramali, Kampana and the mighty Devantaka were also killed.
vrm.6.123 Virupaksha, who was disagreeable to the sight, Mahaparshva, Mahodara, Akampana, Trishiras, Atikaya Devantaka, Narantaka and other mighty Rakshasas were also killed here.
vrm.6.123 Akampana" was killed in the great battle.
vrm.7.1 By good fortune it is that those night rangers, Prahasta, and Vikata, and Virupaksha, and Mahodara, and the unconquerable Akampana, have all been slain by thee.
vrm.7.26 Thereupon the highly powerful king Mandhata, with sharpened shafts, assailed Prahasta, Suka, Sarana, Mahodara, Virupaksha, Akampana and other foremost heroes.
vrm.7.32 And encircled by Maricha, Prahasta, Mahaparshva, Mahodara, Akampana, Nikumbha, Suka, Sarana, Sanghrada, Dhumaketu, Mahadangstra, Gathodara, Jambumali, Mahahrada, Virupaksha, Suptaghna, Yajnakopa, Durmukha, Khara, Trisira, Karaveeraksha, Suryashatru Mahakaya, Atikaya, Devantaka, Narantaka, all those gifted with great prowess, there entered the battle field, the highly powerful Sumalin, Ravana s maternal grandfather.

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