Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 28 Aug 2011 06:39 and updated at 28 Aug 2011 06:39


vrm.1.45 And on observing the scare of Gods and also on paying heed to the words of the Wielder of Bow called Shaaranga, namely Vishnu, god Shiva gulped that lethal poison Haalahala, as if it is Amrita.
vrm.1.45 "Then a best Horse called Uchaisravas has emerged, oh, Rama, the best among men, and then a gem of a jewel, called Kaustubha, and like that Amrita, the Supreme Ambrosial elixir of Gods, have also emerged.
vrm.1.45 "When everything is wading into annihilation then that omnicompetent Vishnu swiftly impounded Amrita, the Divine Elixir, by assuming his illusory power of Mohini.
vrm.2.3 "Like the Devas becoming happy after obtaining the Amrita, friends of a king ruler of earth are delighted when he fills the granaries and armories to the brim, making the common people delightful and happy.
vrm.3.48 "Oh, Rakshasa, un mirrored is the prettiness of prettyish Shaci Devi, and one may live long on forcibly snatching her away from the hands of the wielder of Thunderbolt, Indra, but to him who intimidates or abuses me or women like me, there will be no Moksha, release from the cycle of rebirth, even if he has consumed Amrita Ambrosia.
vrm.5.37 that Rama is not having any other thoughts than on me and is fully overwhelmed by sorrow are like Amrita mixed with poisons.
vrm.5.59 "Proud of having received boons from Brahma the creator and their grandfather and abiding in a supreme haughtiness, these two foremost among all the Vanaras live on Amrita the nectar.
vrm.5.59 "By the pride of those boons, those two heroic Vanaras harassed a great army of Suras and thereupon drank up Amrita, excited as they were with joy.
vrm.6.65 With a large, black and shining string worn round his loins, he was looking like Mount Mandara encircled by a serpent at the time of churning the Amrita.
vrm.7.20 And conquering the three worlds, and bringing under subjection Nagas and Devas I shall for Amrita churn the nether regions.
vrm.7.23 And there Ravana saw the mother of kine and the foremost of bulls ;from whom springeth that maker of night the mild beaming moon ;taking refuge under whom subsist the prime saints and those living on froth, the froth of milk ;and wherefrom sprang Amrita as well as the Swadha of Swadha subsisting oneslf, even her that goeth with human beings under the name of Surabhi.
vrm.7.39 O Ravana, O Rakshasa, even if thou hast drunk Amrita, thou shalt at this very moment loose thy life, when the encounter with Vali shall take place.

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