Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 28 Aug 2011 06:38 and updated at 28 Aug 2011 06:38


vrm.1.5 Buildings are ornamentally studded with precious gems, and with such multi storied sky scrappers she is adorned, and filled with them she is like Amaravati, the capital of Indra.
vrm.1.6 He that truth abiding king, who adheres to the three fold virtues rules the vast of that kingdom from that best city Ayodhya, as Indra rules heaven from his capital Amaravati.
vrm.2.14 Passing through that city, whose streets were swept and watered decorated with excellent flags, overspread with colourful flowers made brilliant with various types of garlands, filled with people of joy, with shops and markets with abundance, filled with lot of festivities, anxiously waiting for Rama, fumigated on all sides with perfumes of sandalwood also resembling Amaravati city capital of Indra the sage Vashishta beheld the excellent, gynaecium filled with many a number of brahmanas, crowded with citizens and countrymen, looking splendorous with brahmanas, knowers of sacrificial assembly filled with excellent brahmanas.
vrm.2.52 As a doer of wicked deeds cannot enter Amaravati, the capital of Devendra, so also I cannot enter Ayodhya without you.
vrm.2.94 "This mountain of Chitrakuta with its abundance of roots fruits and water is more beautiful than Vasvankasara better known as Alaka the capital of Kubera, Nalini the capital of Indra better known as Amaravati and Uttarakuru the country of eternal beatitude.
vrm.3.48 "My magnificent city known as Lanka is there on the other shore of the ocean, plethoric with all kinds of amenities, as well as with ghastly Rakshasas, which city will be on par with Indra s Amaravati, but for meekly Gods and meaningless souls.
vrm.5.1 Having tranersed, by the dint of his strength over the ocean which was infested with Danavas and Pannagas and endowed with series of huge waves, and alighting on the shore of the great sea, Hanuma then saw the City of Lanka having a resemblance of Amaravati, the capital City of Indra.
vrm.5.3 Quickly approaching that city of Lanka which was protected by Rakshasas, like the the auspicious city of Bhogavati being protected by Nagas moving about, spread with cloud illumined by flashes of lightening, served by pathways of stars, witha light breeze like the Indra s city of Amaravati, surrounded by a wall with a golden hue, decorated by flags with sounds from groups of small bells.
vrm.6.39 Thick with Champaka, Ashoka, Vakula Sala and palmyra trees, covered with groves of Tamala and Panasa trees, surrounded with rows of Nagakesara trees, Lanka looked splended on all sides like the city of Amaravati reigned by Indra with green lawns and variegated avenues and with beautiful trees of various kinds like Hintala, Arjuna, Nipa Saptaparna in full flowering, Tilaka, Karnikara and Patal whose crests were laden with flowers and which were intertwined with climbers laden with multi coloured flowers and red tender leaves.
vrm.6.69 Lanka, like the Gods leaving Amaravati.
vrm.6.123 Thereupon, the Vanaras along with the Rakshasas beheld that Ayodhya, having rows of white palaces, intersected with wide roads, and crowded with Elephants and Horses, looking like Amaravati, the City of Indra
vrm.7.3 On its brow is a beautiful and broad city built by Viswakarma, named Lanka, resembling the city itself of Indra the great, designed for the abode of Rakshasas, like unto the Amaravati of Indra.
vrm.7.5 Once the king of the Devas, Indra, through the great Architect Viswakarma got the most magnificent and the most impregnable Lanka and as splendid as Amaravati of Indra, built on mount Suveladri, surrounded by mountain Trikuta, on the coast of the southern ocean.
vrm.7.11 And the lord of riches, for the sake of his father s dignity, dwelt in a palace situated on the hill bright as moon light, graced with ornamented superb piles; even as Purandara dwells in Amaravati.
vrm.7.19 And then Ravana sovereign of the Rakshasas presented himself before Ayodhya, governed by Anaranya, like Amaravati ruled by Sakra.
vrm.7.38 Like unto Brahma enteing Indra s Amaravati, he entered the city resembling the capital of Indra and filled with delighted and plump citizens.
vrm.7.38 On beholding thee my city Mahishmati hath been turned into Amaravati.

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