Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 28 Aug 2011 06:50 and updated at 28 Aug 2011 06:59


vrm.1.70 From that most brilliant and courageous Vikukshi, Baana emerged as son, and the highly refulgent and valinat Anaranya is the son of Baana… (1 70 23)
vrm.1.70 Pruthu is the son of Anaranya, and Trishanku is Pruthu s son, and the highly renowned Dhundumaara happened to be the son of Trishanku.
vrm.2.110 To Bana was born Anaranya the mighty armed and the most illustrious son.
vrm.2.110 "While this King Anaranya, the most excellent among beings was reigning, there was neither dearth of rain nor a drought.
vrm.2.110 "From Anaranya was born the mighty armed king Prithu.
vrm.6.60 Rama" the son of Dasaratha is the man I think of whom Anaranya born of Ikshvaku dynasty formerly spoke, saying: O, the worst of Rakshasas, the worst of your race and the wretched one! In my race will be born a man who will slay you in battle with your sons, ministers, army, Horses and charioteer.
vrm.7.19 And then Ravana sovereign of the Rakshasas presented himself before Ayodhya, governed by Anaranya, like Amaravati ruled by Sakra.
vrm.7.19 The lord of Ayodhya, on hearing the words of that wicked minded one, Anaranya, enraged, addressed the Rakshasa chief, saying, O king of Rakshasas, I will give thee combat, stay thou.
vrm.7.19 And then, O thou proicient in fight, there took place a mighty and wonderful encounter between king Anaranya and that lord of Rakshasas.
vrm.7.19 And brought down by Anaranya, his Ravana s councillors Maricha, Suka, and Sarana with Prahasta, took to their heels like unto dear.

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