Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 28 Aug 2011 06:51 and updated at 28 Aug 2011 06:51


vrm.2.32 Rama adored Suyajna with excellent Angadas armlets and beautiful earrings of gold, gems stung on gold threads as also with Keyuras another ornament similar in shape to an Angada but worn above it near the armpit and bracelets as well as with many other excellent precious stones.
vrm.4.15 "I am already briefed by our son Angada s information, and what I have heard I will now relate that helpful word to you.
vrm.4.15 Son" Angada said this account when he returned from forests, and to him spies are said to have reported this.
vrm.4.18 "Also, I neither worry for myself, nor for Tara, nor even for any relatives of mine, as I do for my son Angada, the best virtuous one with golden bicep lets.
vrm.4.18 Right" from his childhood I fondly looked after Angada, and he will be dejected when he sees me no more, and he withers away like a lake with its water drained for a drink.
vrm.4.18 "You have firm convictions about practicable and impracticable procedures, and you alone are the protector of the good and punisher of the bad, hence treat both Sugreeva and Angada with equal compassion.
vrm.4.18 "Oh, lord of men, it will be apt of you to show the same kind of outlook towards Sugreeva, oh, king, even towards Angada, which you have for Bharata and Lakshmana.
vrm.4.18 "As Angada has always been conducting himself with you, thus he will conduct himself with Sugreeva and also even with me, without doubt.
vrm.4.19 On hearing the very gruesome killing of her husband that is unpleasant, she is highly anguished and rushed out of Kishkindha along with Angada.
vrm.4.19 On seeing Rama with bow those very mighty vanara s that form the escort of Angada are scared to death, and they very quickly fled from there towards Kishkindha.
vrm.4.19 "Return, oh, lady with a living son, and safeguard Angada, for the Terminator in the form of Rama is taking away Vali on killing.
vrm.4.19 "Let the city of Kishkindha be safeguarded and let Angada be anointed, and when Vali s son Angada is enthroned all the fly jumpers will stand by him.
vrm.4.19 On observing her who is wailing like a female osprey, and even on looking at Angada who arrived there, a miserable remorse came upon Sugreeva.
vrm.4.20 "My Angada is raised fondly, a brave one with gracefulness and one who is accustomed to comforts, but which will be the predicament he has to undergo when his paternal uncle Sugreeva gets into a fit of fury.
vrm.4.20 "Oh, son Angada, clearly see your father, a patron of virtue, oh, boy, later it is impossible to catch a glimpse of him.
vrm.4.20 Thus Tara said to her son Angada.
vrm.4.20 On listening Tara s lamentation the vanara females that are around became plaintive, saddened pitiably and wept piteously embracing Angada.
vrm.4.20 "Oh, one with bracelets on your mighty arms, why you are going to an eternal abode leaving your dear son Angada? Your going away leaving such a son, who possesses best aptitudes that comes close to your abilities, and the one who always wears an exquisitely pleasant getup, is unbefitting.
vrm.4.21 "You are the one with a living son, and you have to look after this young one Angada, and you have to think of the forthcoming activities for his well being and for his performance of duty towards his father.
vrm.4.21 "All the tigerly Vanaras, oh, impeccable Tara, including this son of yours Angada, and all the lords of Vanaras and Rikshas have their guardian angel in you.
vrm.4.21 "Oh, lady, inspirit these two, Sugreeva and Angada, that are searing in grief, and if you acquiesce then this Angada will rule over the earth.
vrm.4.21 Cremation" of the king of Vanaras and anointment of Angada are the present time affairs, and seeing your son invested on the throne you can obtain peace.
vrm.4.21 "Let there be a hundred selfsame Angada s on one side, and this brave one the other, for me embracing him who is put to death is the best
vrm.4.21 "Who am I either for conducting the Vanaras kingdom or to anoint Angada when Angada s paternal uncle Sugreeva is close at hand? Hanuma", this thinking of yours that Angada is to be crowned is really untenable, oh, best Vanara, father is the real defender of a son, but not the mother.
vrm.4.22 "Have a look at this Angada, who is privileged for all happiness, brought up in all comforts, though a boy he is mannerly, and who with his tear filled face fallen onto ground.
vrm.4.22 "This mighty and sinewy son of Tara is youthful, and on overtaking in war this Angada will undertake actions seemly for a son of mine.
vrm.4.22 On giving away that golden pendant, and on seeing his son who is available nearby, readying himself towards his end that is setting in, Vali affectionately spoke to Angada.
vrm.4.22 "Oh dextrous Angada, as to how I have entertained you in whichever way you conducted yourself with me, Sugreeva may not approve of such a puerile behaviour of yours, if you resort to it.
vrm.4.22 "Do not reach at his unfriendly ones, nor come near his enemies, oh, enemy destroyer Angada, you shall be in the control of Sugreeva attending to the purposes of your lord with self control.
vrm.4.22 Vali thus spoke to Angada.
vrm.4.22 He who is highly tortured by the arrow of Rama spoke to Angada in that way, and afterwards his eyeballs rolled up, mouth hung open baring his horrid teeth, and his life too took to flight from his body.
vrm.4.23 and the lamentation of Angada, and even these utterance of mine in keen, why do not you comeback to senses.
vrm.4.23 b, a On giving attention to all of the blood wet limbs of her slain husband that lady Tara spoke to her son Angada whose eyes are coppery red.
vrm.4.23 Thus Tara said to Angada.
vrm.4.23 b, a When he is said so, Angada swiftly rose and touched the feet of
vrm.4.23 his father with both of his rotund shouldered sinewy arms saying, father, I am Angada.
vrm.4.23 b, a Why do not you bless Angada saying, long live, son.
vrm.4.24 "When the king is killed, this empress is wailing bitterly, much wailing is there in city scorched in sadness, and Angada too is in a doubtful state of sustaining his lives in the fond of his father, as such oh, Rama, my heart is not taking delight in kingdom.
vrm.4.24 "I think this body of great might Vanara commanders is withstanding its lives in a halfway, oh, Raghava, just because of me and this Angada who is searing in anguish, for it is half dead with the death of Vali.
vrm.4.24 "It is easy to get an easygoing and easy to deal with son, but where to get a son similar to Angada, oh, valiant Rama, also where to get even such a place wherein there will be an easy access to the nearness to one s own brother? Or
vrm.4.24 "This best of brave ones, Angada, will not live reft of his father, but his mother Tara has to live to foster her son Angada, but if Angada dies with his heartbroken for his farther, then without her son her misery will become miserable, and then she too may not live.
vrm.4.24 "Such as I am, I wish to enter a highly blazing fire seeking amity with my departed brother and as well with son Angada, and these best valiant Vanaras will search for Seetha duly conducting themselves under your control.
vrm.4.25 While a similar disquiet of Sugreeva is prevailing over Rama and Lakshmana, Rama palliatively said this to Sugreeva, and even to Tara together with Angada.
vrm.4.25 Sugreeva", you attend to the funeral rites, to be performed subsequently along with those two, Tara and Angada, and arrange for the cremation of Vali.
vrm.4.25 "Bolster up that miserable Angada who is heartbroken, you too should not become frivolous in thinking as this city Kishkindha is now dependant on you.
vrm.4.25 "Let Angada bring wreaths, different cloths, ghee, oils, as well perfumes and other items that are consequently useful in funeral.
vrm.4.25 Thereafter Sugreeva along with Angada and others lifted up and then lodged Vali in the litter of the dead squalling woefully.
vrm.4.25 Tara and others, have promptly started out hemming round Angada, keening over their dead relative Vali.
vrm.4.25 Angada wailing along with Sugreeva, started to mount his father s body onto pyre in an involuntary way, as his senses are deluged under grief.
vrm.4.25 On giving fire to the pyre procedurally, then Angada with dismayed senses performed circumambulations in an anticlockwise direction to his father, who is voyaging on a remote avenue.
vrm.4.25 Those vanara s on coming together along with Sugreeva and Lady Tara, and then locating Angada in their front, they have offered water oblations to the soul of Vali.
vrm.4.26 "You may even crown this brave Angada as crown prince, he is the eldest son of your elder brother, his bravery is kindred to that of his father, and thus this enthusiastic Angada will be a well chosen designee for the crown princeship.
vrm.4.26 The best one among Vanaras Sugreeva graciously embraced Angada and anointed his as crown prince in order to effectuate Rama s word.
vrm.4.26 On the anointment of Angada those fly jumpers that have sympathy for him have acclaimed Sugreeva saying, well done, well done.
vrm.4.29 "Associated with Angada you shall approach elderly Vanaras like Jambavanta and others, according to my decision and authorised by my order.
vrm.4.31 "Unbearable is this anger that is tiding quickly, now I shall kill that unfaithful Sugreeva and the best braving Vanaras shall search for that princess Seetha, remaining under the command of Vali s son, Angada.
vrm.4.31 Angada succumbing to high despair caused by the scare neared Lakshmana who is aglow like the Fire of Perdition and like a King of Nagas, who is perforce infuriated.
vrm.4.31 With his eyes reddened in rancour that highly adorable Lakshmana sent a word through Angada, saying "oh, boy, let Sugreeva be informed about my arrival," and said this way.
vrm.4.31 "Oh, enemy destroyer Angada, oh, boy, you may say these words to Sugreeva, oh, enemy destroyer Sugreeva, distressed by the distress of his brother this Lakshmana has arrived in your presence and waiting at the door, oh, Sugreeva, the vanara, if you are interested it will be apt of you to listen to his advise, either by coming here or inviting him inside.
vrm.4.31 saying so oh, boy Angada, you comeback quickly.
vrm.4.31 Thus Lakshmana spoke to Angada.
vrm.4.31 On hearing the words of Lakshmana Angada is muffled up in grief, and on arriving in the presence of his father Sugreeva he informed Soumitri" has come.
vrm.4.31 Bewildered in his perception at the very sharp words of Lakshmana, mighty Angada then has gone to the palace assuming a very sad face, and there he firstly saluted the feet of his father Sugreeva and then at the feet of Ruma, wife of Sugreeva.
vrm.4.31 Angada whose vitality is intense clinched himself to the feet of his father Sugreeva, and later clung to the feet of his mother Tara, and he even clasped the feet of his paternal aunt Ruma, and latching on to the feet of his parents then he stated to appeal to them about the message of Lakshmana.
vrm.4.31 Sugreeva, the vanara, who is bound up in drowsiness and dizziness could not comprehend clearly what Angada is talking about, as he is benumbed with intoxication, and even numbed down with the torpor of lustfulness.
vrm.4.31 On hearing the words of Angada two ministers who are agreeable in their advice and appreciable in their aspect have come along with him, and those two ministers of the king of vanara s, namely Plaksha and Prabhava, have appraised Sugreeva that Lakshmana has arrived to discuss variously about the prosperity and probity.
vrm.4.31 "Oh, merited one, even Lakshmana has ushered this Angada hastily, oh, king, the precious son of Tara, to your presence.
vrm.4.32 On hearing the words of Angada along with those of his ministers, namely Hanuma, Plaksha, and Prabhava et al, also on knowing that Lakshmana is angered, that sensible Sugreeva stirred from seat.
vrm.4.33 On the kings way Lakshmana has seen the exquisite mansion of Angada, likewise the lavish mansions of distinction pertaining to the other vanara chiefs, namely Dvivida, Gavaya, Gavaksha, Gaja, and Sharabha, Vidyunmali, Sampati, Suuryaaksha, Hanuma, and that of the noble souled Nala, and even those of Virabahu, Subaahu, Kumuda, Sushena, Lt.
vrm.4.33 "As Angada indicated to me earlier, Saumitri, the votary of his brother, has come down on.
vrm.4.33 As has been apprised by Angada earlier, and even now by the twang of bowstring, that vanara Sugreeva made up his mind about Lakshmana s arrival, and he has become whey faced.
vrm.4.35 "In the honour of Rama, Sugreeva will disown his wife Ruma, even me, even Angada, why us, he will disown whole kingdom with its riches, food grains, livestock and whatnot, as I can infer.
vrm.4.39 Angada, the crown prince of Kishkindha, who matches his father Vali in valour has then turned up with a thousand Padma legions and a hundred Shanku legions of vanara s.
vrm.4.41 Sugreeva, the well informed and brave lord of Vanara troops, then beckoned Angada and the other prominent vanara s who are valorous ones with full fledged dash and dare, like the son of Agni Neela, and the exceptional vanara Hanuma, the highly vigorous son of Grandparent Brahma, namely Jambavanta, also others like Suhotra, Sharaari, Sharagulma Gaja, Gavaksha, Gavaya, Sushena, Vrishabha, Mainda, Dvivida, Sushena, Gandhamadana, and the two sons of Ritual fire called Ulkaamukha, Ananga.
vrm.4.41 Sugreeva made the formidably mighty Angada as the chief of those valiant Vanaras forming search party and ordered southern direction for them.
vrm.4.45 Tara, Prince regent Angada, and others.
vrm.4.48 Hanuma, the Vanara, quickly started along with Angada, Lt.
vrm.4.48 b, a Angada, the son of Vali, then presumed him who is onrushing as Ravana and saying, he is Ravana.
vrm.4.49 Then on comforting all of those vanara s the highly diligent one but overly tired Angada slowly spoke this word to them.
vrm.4.49 Thus Angada spoke to the troops of Vanaras.
vrm.4.49 On hearing Angada s words, Gandhamadana who is enervated with thirst and fatigue spoke this sentence with inexplicit words.
vrm.4.49 "What Angada has said that is indeed appropriate, isn t it! It is advantageous and pragmatic also.
vrm.4.50 Associated with Angada, Lt.
vrm.4.50 b, Without pressing one another closely, yet not distancing from one another largely, Gaja, Gavaksha, Gavaya, Sharabha, Gandhamadana, also thus Mainda, Dvivida, and Hanuma, and even Jambavanta, crown prince Angada, also the forest mover Lt.
vrm.4.52 "He mobilised us along with these important vanara s and Angada as helmsman to this southerly prospect, which is the walkabout of Sage Agastya and watched over by Yama, the Death god, saying, you all shall collectively search for Seetha of Videha kingdom together with the Rakshasa Ravana, a guise changer by his wish.
vrm.4.53 The crown prince and a great foreseer Angada, the Vanara, whose nape of neck is leonine and bullish, arms lengthy and sturdy, then as usual paying respects to elderly Vanaras greeted all of the forest dwellers and spoke this sentence in a modest voice.
vrm.4.53 Are you aware of it?" Thus Angada started to speak his mind.
vrm.4.53 Thus Angada said to all the Vanaras.
vrm.4.53 b, c On hearing all that uttered by that youngish Angada, the crown prince, all of those prominent Vanara s sympathetically spoke these words.
vrm.4.53 On hearing Angada s words, as well as the words of Lt.
vrm.4.53 Tara that are trended to Angada s words, all the Vanaras compliantly spoke with believability, "in which way we all will not be killed that way may be waymarked, and promptly make it happen now only.
vrm.4.53 So said all the Vanaras to Angada.
vrm.4.54 When Lt Tara whose resplendence is similar to moonshine has spoken that way, then Hanuma deemed that Angada is laying siege to that kingdom of Vanara s.
vrm.4.54 Hanuma considered Vali s son Angada indeed as having eightfold intelligence, fourfold tactics, fourteen traits.
vrm.4.54 Angada who is steadily brimming over with his spiritedness, mightiness, valorousness, and waxing like the moon starting from day one of White Fortnight of a month, who is comparable to Brihaspati, the Jupiter, in sagacity, who mirrors up his father Vali in intrepidity, but who is now assiduously attentive to the rebellious teachings of Lt.
vrm.4.54 Tara, like Indra who once listened to the un listenable teachings of Asura s mentor, namely Shukracarya, as that Angada is overly enervated to fulfil the concerns of the king Sugreeva.
vrm.4.54 Then Hanuma who is the scholar in all scriptures started to confederate the confidence of Angada with the present regime of Sugreeva.
vrm.4.54 When Hanuma made all of the vanara s to defect from Angada s idea of defecting Sugreeva, then Hanuma further overawed Angada with diverse and awesome orations containing the fourth ideation, namely the persecutory measures, employable by Sugreeva on defectors.
vrm.4.54 Thus Hanuma started to address Angada.
vrm.4.54 "Oh, best Vanara, Angada, Vanaras will be inconsistent at their will, isn t it! Separated from their sons and wives they cannot tolerate to remain under your control for a long.
vrm.4.54 "As and when you settle down in that underground, more so, an unbefitting place for a crown prince, oh, enemy burner Angada, then and there all the Vanaras will desert you resolvedly.
vrm.4.54 Oh, Angada, therefore go back to Kishkindha, rather than deflecting, deviating and deserting your own kingdom.
vrm.4.55 On hearing the polite and righteous words of Hanuma, which are just yeomanly towards Hanuma s lord, namely Sugreeva, Angada said these sentences.
vrm.4.56 On hearing the words of that gormandising bird, Angada became highly breathless and then spoke to Hanuma.
vrm.4.56 Thus Angada is lamenting.
vrm.4.56 That shredder billed eagle Sampati said this sentence voicing thunderously on hearing words voiced by Angada.
vrm.4.57 When all of the Vanara chiefs made up their mind in this way, then some of them on going to the mountaintop brought that eagle down, and then Angada spoke to the eagle.
vrm.4.57 Thus Angada narrated their plight to Sampati.
vrm.4.58 When Sampati the brother of Jatayu spoke in that way, then the highly discerning crown prince Angada replied him.
vrm.4.58 Thus Angada asked Sampati.
vrm.4.60 Sampati who earned trustworthiness of Vanaras, and who is sitting surrounded by all Vanaras, again gladly spoke to Angada who sat at his close by.
vrm.4.60 Oh, impeccable Angada, once I have fallen on the peak of this Mountain Vindhya when sunrays completely burned my wings and limbs scorching in sun s heat.
vrm.4.62 Thus Sampati continued his narration, and now he reports to Angada and others what that is said by Sage Nishaakara to him.
vrm.4.64 On seeing the shoreless ocean that is like an endless sky, hence unnavigable, the vanara s are despaired and said each to each, "how to vault this ocean?" Then the best one among Vanaras, Angada, started to inspirit the army of Vanaras who are anguished by fear on their gazing at the ocean.
vrm.4.64 So said Angada and then the nightfall has occurred.
vrm.4.64 While that night is elapsing into the wee hours of next day, Angada met all the golden ager Vanaras, and again deliberated with them.
vrm.4.64 When those troops of Vanara army stood encircling Angada, it beamed forth like the army of Gods encircling Indra.
vrm.4.64 Who can capably consolidate that army of Vanaras, other than Vali s son Angada, or, other than Hanuma? None.
vrm.4.64 Then that enemy subjugator and illustrious Angada, on revering the old ager Vanaras and paying due respects to the army of Vanaras, spoke this meaningful sentence.
vrm.4.64 Angada addressed Vanaras in this way.
vrm.4.64 On hearing Angada s words there is none someone to say something in that matter, as the entire Vanara troop is as though dumbfounded.
vrm.4.64 Again that best one among Vanaras Angada clearly said to those Vanaras thus, "all of you are the best ones among powerful Vanaras, you all are determinedly venturesome, born in flawless families and even adored again and again for your adventures.
vrm.4.65 Then on hearing the words of Angada those best Vanara s, namely Gaja, Gavaksha, Gavaya, Sharabha, Gandhamadana, Mainda and Dvivida, and Susheshana, and like that Jambavanta have individually said about their abilities in the matter of leaping the ocean according to their turn.
vrm.4.65 Then on reverencing the great Vanara Jambavanta, the highly intelligent Angada thereafter said these salutary words.
vrm.4.65 That expert in sentence making, Jambavanta said to the best one among Vanaras namely Angada, oh, Angada, the best one among Vanaras and Rikshas, I know about your capability in traversal.
vrm.4.65 Oh, dear Angada, in anyway lord assigner cannot be an assignee, hence oh, best fly jumper, all of these people are assignable by you.
vrm.4.65 You are notionally established as our lord and we have to become your protectionists and, oh, enemy inflamer Angada, lord becomes the
vrm.4.65 Oh, enemy subjugator, really you are the linchpin to this mission, thereby oh, dear Angada, you are always to be protected like anything that needs safeguarding.
vrm.4.65 Thereby, oh, truth valiant Angada, you are instrumental to this task and as you are privileged with sagacity and audacity, oh, enemy inflamer, you are the keystone for this task of searching Seetha.
vrm.4.65 So said Jambavanta to Angada.
vrm.4.65 When that highly scholarly Jambavanta has said thus, the great Vanara and the son of Vali Angada said this sentence in reply as an answer.
vrm.4.65 Thus Angada said to Jambavanta.
vrm.4.65 When that best and valiant fly jumper Jambavanta is said that way by Angada, then Jambavanta advised him in this best sentence to Angada.
vrm.4.65 Oh, brave Angada, this mission of yours will not be thwarted in the least.
vrm.5.2 "Only four great Vanaras can come here the son of Vali Angada, Nila, myself and the wise king Sugriva".
vrm.5.3 This land may be conquerable by Kumuda or Angada, to the great Vanara Sushena or to Mainda or Dvivida.
vrm.5.12 To me who had gone for the other shore of the ocean what will the old Jambavan say? What would that Angada and vanaras who meet say?
vrm.5.13 The young Angada also from the death of mother and father, from the grief of Sugreeva why will he retain life? Vanaras being rejected by the sorrow due to their lord will strike their heads with palms and fists.
vrm.5.13 If I go back from here without knowing that Seetha, there will not be Angada together with all those Vanaras.
vrm.5.35 An excellent Vanara named Angada, possessed of fortune, son of Vali and having great strength, taking one third of army along with him, set out in search of you.
vrm.5.35 O Seetha! Seeing all the excellent Vanaras sitting down and calmly awaiting for the approach of death, Angada was very much immerssed in the ocean of sorrow and lamented about your loss, the killing of Vali, the death of Jatayu and our practice of calmly awaiting for the approach of death in simply sitting down.
vrm.5.35 Then, Angada told Sampati a detailed account of events which led to the killing of that great bird at Janasthana, by a Rakshasa of terrific form, for your sake.
vrm.5.35 Hearing those delightful words of Sampati, we with our Chief Angada started soon from there.
vrm.5.35 All the Vanaras with their Chief Angada, in their anxiety to see you, reached the ocean.
vrm.5.57 Then, Hanuma the excellent one among the Vanaras, on his part, offered his salutation to venerable persons and elders like Jambavan in the first place, as also Angada, the prince.
vrm.5.57 Jambavan and Angada honoured that victorious and venerable Hanuma.
vrm.5.57 Then, seizing the hand of Angada, Vali s son, Hanuma sat down at a distinct spot in the charming forest of Mount Mahendra.
vrm.5.57 After hearing the words of Hanuma, Angada spoke the follwoing excellent words in the midst of those eminent Vanaras.
vrm.5.57 encircling Angada, Hanuma and Jambavan.
vrm.5.57 The auspicious Angada encircled by many Vanaras there, waited like Indra who was waited upon by Devas in heaven.
vrm.5.57 The high and large summit of the mountain, on which were seated then with delight, the illustrious Hanuma and the famous Angada, with bracelets worn on his upper arms, stood blazed with splendour.
vrm.5.59 The heroic Angada, the son of Vali alone, is sufficient to destroy all the troops of Rakshasas and even the Rakshasas who were their progenitors.
vrm.5.60 Hearing those words of Hanuma, Angada the son of Vali spoke as follows: "Even after our seeing of Seetha, it is not proper for us to approach the high souled Rama without taking Seetha with us.
vrm.5.60 Jambavan, the foremost among the forest animals, understanding the sense, was very much pleased and spoke the following meaningful words to that Angada, who thus formed a resolution.
vrm.5.61 Thereupon, the heroic Vanaras like Angada and others as also Hanuma, the great one among the Vanaras accepted the words of Jambavan.
vrm.5.61 Then, seeing that large Madhuvana, the garden abounded in honey, those Vanaras, whose colour was as yellow as honey, were delighted and solicited Angada the prince for permission to taste the honey.
vrm.5.61 Thereupon, Angada the prince, taking approval from those elders like Jambavan and others, gave the Vanaras a liberty to drink honey there.
vrm.5.62 Hearing the words of Hanuma, the gracious minded Angada the principal among the Vanaras repeated the words: "Let the Vanaras drink the honey.
vrm.5.62 Wherefore then, moreover, on such an occasion?" Hearing the words coming from the mouth of Angada, those Vanaras who were like bulls among the Vanaras were delighted and answered with reverence, saying good, good!
vrm.5.62 Reverencing Angada the foremost among the Vanaras, all the Vanaras rushed towards Madhuvana, the grove abounding in honey, like the rush of a river towards a tree.
vrm.5.62 Because Hanuma had seen Seetha and others had heard of her and because of the grant of permission from Angada, all those gifted Vanaras entered Madhuvana the grove, overpowered the guards with their prowess, drank honey and the partook juicy fruits there.
vrm.5.62 The enraged Angada struck there with his arms, that long armed Dadhimukha the maternal uncle his father, who was endowed with extraordinary might and who was rushing with speed with a tree in his hand.
vrm.5.62 Blinded with arrogance, that Angada did not show any mercy to him on the score of his being the maternal uncle of his father and caused him at once to fall down and began to crush him against the ground.
vrm.5.62 "I will make known to the king, all the misdeed of Angada.
vrm.5.63 Hearing the words of the high souled Lakshmana, the eloquent Sugreeva replied to him as follows: "O esteemed Lakshmana! Dadhimukha, the valiant Vanara is informing that the foremost of Vanaras, who returned from the southern direction, after searching for Seetha as also Angada and other heroes consumed honey.
vrm.5.63 "Where Jambavan as well as Angada are leaders and Hanuma is an administrator, the progress of that work cannot be as otherwise.
vrm.5.63 "It is so reported that Madhuvana has been destroyed by the heroes with Angada as the chief and the garden guards who were together preventing the damage, were beaten up with knees.
vrm.5.64 With his hands joined together for salutation, that valiant Dadhimukha approached them and cheerfully spoke the following gentle words to Angada.
vrm.5.64 "O exceedingly strong Angada! You are the prince and also the master of this grove.
vrm.5.64 We have done a mistake "O faultless Angada! After going there, I indeed informed your uncle about the arrival of all these Vanaras here.
vrm.5.64 Hearing these smooth words of Dadhimukha, the eloquent Angada, the foremost among the Vanaras, spoke to those Vanaras as follows: "O the foremost of Vanaras, the tormentators of enemies! I assume that Rama might have heard the news of our arrival.
vrm.5.64 Hearing the indeclinable words spoken thus by Angada, the Vanaras with their pleased minds, spoke to him as follows: "O prince, the foremost of Vanaras! Who would speak like this, while he is the lord? Every one indeed thinks one s supremacy with an excited arrogance and says I, I
vrm.5.64 While they were thus speaking Angada replied, "Let us go.
vrm.5.64 All those leaders of Vanara troops, like stones shot from a catapult, making the space space less, followed Angada, who was springing forward.
vrm.5.64 Even before Angada landed there, Sugreeva, the king of Vanaras spoke to the louts eyed Rama, who was afflicted with grief as follows: "Be pacified! Happiness to you! The princess has been seen.
vrm.5.64 Angada", the long armed prince and the most excellent of Vanaras does not make his appearance before my vicinity, if the work is ruined.
vrm.5.64 "Even if such an exploit may be possible by these Vanaras who have not been able to accomplish their work, Angada would have worn a sad face and felt perplexed and scattered in mind.
vrm.5.64 "If Angada the lord f the Vanaras is not rejoiced, he would not have damaged my madhuvana, which belongs to my father and grandfather as well as protected by my forbears.
vrm.5.64 "Where Jambavan is a leader Angada as the commander of troops and moreover Hanuma as the administer, the progress of that work cannot be as otherwise.
vrm.5.64 Keeping Angada and Hanuma in front of them, those Vanaras too arrived with their eagerness to see Rama.
vrm.5.64 Those heroes, having Angada as their chief, exceedingly pleased as they were and filled with joy, landed at the vicinity of Sugreeva and Rama.
vrm.5.65 Keeping Angada the prince in their forefront those Vanaras, on reaching Mount Prasravana having forests of variegated appearance, offered their salutation by bowing their heads in reverence to Rama and the mighty Lakshmana, greeting Sugreeva respectfully.
vrm.6.3 Oh, Rama! What is the use for the rest of the forces to you? Angada, Dvivida, Mainda, Jambavan, Panasa, Anala and Nila the commander in chief alone, by reaching that great city of Ravana leaping and storming Lanka with its mountains and woods, moats and archways, protective walls and buildings, will recover Seetha.
vrm.6.4 Let this Lakshmana, resembling the lord of Death, march on the shoulders of Angada like Kubera the lord of riches and the sovereign of beings marches on an Elephant called Sarvabhauma.
vrm.6.4 Rama and Lakshmana the best among men being carried on shoulders by Hanuman and Angada the two Vanaras, were effulgent like the Moon and the Sun having come together in contact with two large planets Jupiter and Venus.
vrm.6.4 Lakshmana, with a fully meaningful presence of mind, sitting on Angada, spoke the following auspicious words which were fully meaningful, to Rama.
vrm.6.8 At this time I alone will kill Sugreeva along with Lakshmana Hanuma along with Angada and all Vanaras.
vrm.6.17 Having spoken thus by the Vanaras, Angada the intelligent Vanara told Rama to arrange for examination of Vibhishana before hand.
vrm.6.20 Thereafter, Angada the son of Vali and the foremost of the Vanaras spoke as follows: O, Sugriva the highly intelligent! He is not an ambassador.
vrm.6.22 You ascend the shoulder of Hanuman and let Lakshmana ascend the shoulder of Angada.
vrm.6.24 Taking these troops of Vanaras from the army,let the valiant and the invincible Angada take up his position with Nila at the centre of the formation.
vrm.6.26 "He, the valiant one, who holds his arms high, who tramples the earth under his feet as he marches, whose face is turned towards Lanka, who in fury is knitting his brows very much, who is resembling a mountain peak in stature, who is like filaments of a louts in hue, who is excess of anger continuously lashes out his tail and the swish of which is heard in ten regions, he is the prince named Angada, anointed by Sugreeva the king of Vanaras and is challenging you to the battle.
vrm.6.26 "He, the valiant one, who holds his arms high, who tramples the earth under his feet as he marches, whose face is turned towards Lanka, who in fury is knitting his brows very much, who is remsebling amountain peak in stature, who is like filaments ofa louts in hue, who is excess of anger continuously lashes out his tail and the swish of hwich is heard in ten regious, he is the prince named Angada, anointed by Sugreeva the king of Vanaras and is challenging you to the battle.
vrm.6.26 "This Angada, a worthy son of Vali and always dear to Sugreeva, is coming forwards for Rama s interests, as Varuna is to Indra s.
vrm.6.26 "It is all due to Angada s design that Seetha was found by Hanuman, who is a swift Vanara and a well wisher of Rama.
vrm.6.26 "This valiant Angada, bringing along with him innumerable cheifs of Vanaras, is approaching to crush you, with the help of his own army.
vrm.6.26 "Surrounded by a large army, here stands the valiant Nala the creator of the bridge, next to Angada the son of Vali, prepared for the battle.
vrm.6.29 Beholding those foremost of Vanara leaders pointed out by Shuka the most valiant Lakshmana Ramas right arm, his own brother Vibhishana standing close to Rama, the terribly powerful Sugreeva the king of all Vanaras, the strong Angada grandson of Indra the wielder of thunderbolt, the powerful Hanuman, the imincible Jambavan, Sushena, Kumuda, Nila, Nala the excellent of Vanaras, Gaja, Gavaksha, Sharabha, Mainda and Dvivida that Ravana his heart became agitated a little, was enraged and then abused those two heroes Shuka and Sarana who had completed their report.
vrm.6.30 The young Angada, Indras grandson, the strong and invincible one, both the mighty Mainda and Dvinda born of the two divinties of Ashvin as well as Gaja, Gavaksha, Gavaya, Sharabha and Gandhamadana the five sons of Yama all of them resembling Yama at the time of dissolution of the world, the valiant ten crores of Vanaras who are yearning for battle are all here.
vrm.6.31 Angada, who was adorned with bracelets lies fallen down, emitting blood on all sides, as he was pierced by the Rakshasas with many arrows, after approaching him.
vrm.6.37 Meanwhile, Rama the king of men and Sugreeva the Sovereign of Vanaras, Hanuman the son of Vayu, Jambavan the king of the Rikshas, Vibhishana the Rakshasa, Angada the son of Vali, Lakshmana, Sushena along with his kinsfolk, Mainda, Dvivida, Gaja, Gavaksha, Kumuda, Nala and Panasa, all having reached the enemy s territory, assembled to take counsel together.
vrm.6.37 "At the southern gate, Angada the son of Vali, surrounded by his mighty army, should oppose Mahaparshva and Mahodara.
vrm.6.38 Hanuman, Angada, Nila, Mainda, Dvivida, Gaja, Gavaksha, Gavaya, Sharabha, Gandhamadana, Panasa, Kumuda, Hara, Rambha the chief of the troop, Jambavan, sushena, the greatly wise Rishabha, Durmukha of great splendour, Shatabali the Vanara and other hundreds of Vanaras which are fast moving, which can wander easily on mountains with a speed akin to that of wind, ascended that Suvela mountain which Rama ascended.
vrm.6.41 Angada of very mighty prowess, together with Rishhabha, Gavaksha, Gaja and Gavaya took charge of the Southern gate.
vrm.6.41 Calling to his mind the duty of the kings, Rama who was eager to undertake what was to be done next, in concurrence with Vibhishana, summoned Angada the son of Vali and spoke as follows: Go my gentle Angada on my behalf and, passing thought the city of Lanka without fear and anxiety and Lanka without fear and anxiety and approaching Ravana the unfortunate Rakshasa devoid of sovereignty and who has lost his splendour because of his inclination to die admonish him in the following words: O, Ravana the Ranger of the Night! In your reckless arrogance, sages, Devas, Gandharvas, Apsaras, Nagas, Yakshas and kings have been oppressed by you.
vrm.6.41 Hearing the words of Rama, who was unwearied in action, Angada the son of Tara, leapt into air like a god of fire personified and marched ahead.
vrm.6.41 Reaching Ravanas palace in an instant, the illustrious Angada saw Ravana, seated coolly along with his ministers.
vrm.6.41 Angada, the foremost of the Vanaras, wearing golden bracelets, descended close to the king and stood there like a flaming torch.
vrm.6.41 Having made himself known, Angada communicated, that whole of the excellent speech of Rama without adding or subtracting anything to Ravana in the presence of Ravanas ministers, saying:
vrm.6.41 I am the son of Vali, Angada by name.
vrm.6.41 Hearing these harsh words from Angada the lion among the Vanaras, Ravana the Lord of the Rakshasa tribe was infuriated.
vrm.6.41 Hearing Ravanas words, four terrible Rakshasas seized Angada who, in his splendour, resembled a blazing torch.
vrm.6.41 Then, the prudent and heroic Angada the son of Tara voluntarily allowed himself to be seized, in order to display his prowess before the host of Rakshasas.
vrm.6.41 Then, seizing like unto Birds those attendants clung to his arms, Angada leapt on to the palace that resembled like a mountain.
vrm.6.41 Thereafter, the glorious Angada the son of Vali ascended the roof of Ravanas palace, which equaled the summit of a mountain in height.
vrm.6.41 That roof of the palace, trampled by Angada, crumbled as a peak of Himalayan range was shattered long ago by lightening before Ravanas gaze.
vrm.6.41 After destroying the roof of the palace, Angada proclaimed his name and with a triumphant roar, rose into the air.
vrm.6.41 Causing restlessness to all the Rakshasas but delight to the Vanaras, Angada approached close to Rama, who was stationed in the middle of the Vanara forces.
vrm.6.43 The Rakshasa Indrajit of immense energy fought with Angada the son of Vali, as the Rakshasa Andhaka fought with Shiva the Lord of destruction.
vrm.6.43 The enraged Indrajit struck the valiant Angada who can tear asunder the enemy forces with a mace, like Indra with his thunder bolt.
vrm.6.43 The swift Vanara, Angada struck his chariot, having a variegated body of gold, along with Horses and the charioteer in the battle.
vrm.6.44 Angada on his part, who came to annihilate the enemies in that battle field, struck Indrajit, his charioteer and the Horses all at once.
vrm.6.44 While that awful and very intense battle was going on, Indrajit a great trickster, leaving the chariot, with its Horses and charioteer killed by Angada, vanished from that very spot itself.
vrm.6.44 All the Devas, both Rama and Lakshmana together with all sages were pleased with that act of the venerable Angada the son of Vali.
vrm.6.44 Since all the living beings knew the supernatural powers of Indrajit in battle, they were pleased on seeing that highly gifted Rakshasa being defeated by Angada.
vrm.6.44 Seeing the enemy defeated, those Vanaras along with Sugreeva and Vibhishana were delighted and praised Angada as an efficient warrior.
vrm.6.44 Indrajit, on the other hand, then was driven to a very terrible rage, as he was defeated in battle by Angada the son of Vali a dreadful Vanara.
vrm.6.45 Rama the scourger of his enemies ordered both the sons of Sushena, Nila the chief of Vanaras, Angada the son of Vali, the stron Sharabha, Dvivida, Hanuman, the very strong Sanuprastha, Rishabha and Rishabha skandha.
vrm.6.46 Nila, Dvivida, Mainda, Sushena, Kumuda, Angada along with Hanuman forthwith began to grieve for Rama and Lakshmana.
vrm.6.46 Thereafter, Indrajit the son of Ravana swiftly with his various arrows, struck Gavaksha the ruler of Golangulas and then Angada the son of Vali too.
vrm.6.47 Hanuman, Angada, Nila, Sushena, Kumuda, Nala, Gaja, Gavaksha, Panasa, Sanuprastha and the mighty Jambavan with Sunda, Rambha, Shatabali and Prithu all these Vanaras, armed with trees, reorganized their ranks, stood alert, surveyed the quarters of the sky up and down and on every side and, even if a grass stirred, they exclaimed, It is a Rakshasa!
vrm.6.49 "O, Sugreeva! Recross the sea with your army, keeping Angada in front and with your followers, Nila and Nala.
vrm.6.49 "A great act was done by Angada, Mainda and Dvivida.
vrm.6.50 Meanwhile, Sugreeva the king of Vanaras, possessing a great splendour and a mighty power, enquired saying, "Why is this army agitated, like a ship driven out of its course in water?" Hearing the words of Sugreeva, Angada the son of Vali replied, saying "Do you not see the high souled Rama and Lakshmana of the great chariot, those two valiant sons of Dasaratha covered with darts lying all bloody in a bed of arrows?" Thereupon, Sugreeva the Lord of Vanaras said to his son Angada: "To my mind, there is some othere cause why the Vanaras are bewildereed.
vrm.6.53 They emerged from the southern gate where the General Angada is stationed.
vrm.6.53 The courageous Angada the son of Vali, twice possessed of anger, killed all those Rakshasas in the battle, like a world destroying fire.
vrm.6.53 The valiant Angada with his raging red eyes lifted a tree and killed all those troop of Rakshasas, like a lion killing small animals.
vrm.6.53 Angada, with his prowess resembling that of Indra brought about a terrific destroyer of the enemies.
vrm.6.53 The terribly strong Rakshasas, struck by Angada there, had their heads shattered and fell down like chopped off trees.
vrm.6.53 By the swiftness of Angada, that great army of Rakshasas there trembled then, like a cloud by the swiftness of wind.
vrm.6.54 The devastation of his army through Angada s prowess filled the mighty Vajradamshtra with anger.
vrm.6.54 With their limbs crippled by those arrows and frightened, those Vanara battalions sought refuge with Angada, as all creatures with Brahma the Lord of Creation.
vrm.6.54 When he beheld those Vanara troops fleeing in disorder, Angada the son Vali exchanged glances of hatred with Vajradamshtra.
vrm.6.54 Both Vajradamshtra and Angada fought against each other like a lion and an Elephant in rut.
vrm.6.54 Thereafter, that Vajradamshtra knocked the mighty Angada at his vital organs with his arrows resembling hundred thousand flames of fire.
vrm.6.54 With all his limbs drenched in blood, the mighty Angada having a terrific prowess threw a tree on Vajradamshtra.
vrm.6.54 Witnessing the strength of Vajradamshtra, Angada that lion among the Vanaras seized hold of a large rock and emitting a shout, threw it on him.
vrm.6.54 Meanwhile, the rock thrown by Angada, falling into the forefront of the battle, then crushed the chariot with its wheels shafts and Horses Thereafter, Angada the Vanara, seizing another large peak of a mountain adorned with trees, threw it on Vajradamshtra s head.
vrm.6.54 Regaining his consciousness, Vajradamshtra the Rakshasa was very much enraged and hit Angada full on the chest with his mace.
vrm.6.54 Then, Angada the lion among the Vanaras, possessing a great splendour, uprooted a tree full with many flowers and fruits and stood waiting.
vrm.6.54 Angada, the foremost of the Vanaras, just after a moment, with his glittering eyes, rose up like a serpent struck with a stick.
vrm.6.54 The mighty Angada assaulted the giant head of Vajradamshtra with a well sharpened and stainless sword.
vrm.6.54 The mighty Angada experienced a great joy amidst the Vanara forces, honoured by them for his high courage and he resembled the Lord of a Thousand Eyes surrounded by the Devas.
vrm.6.55 Hearing that Vajradamshtra was killed by Angada, Ravana spoke the following words to the General of his forces who, with joined palms, stood near him.
vrm.6.61 Then, Gavaksha, Sharabha, Hanuma and Angada looking like mountains, reached the gate, taking the mountian tops.
vrm.6.66 Seeing them running away, Angada the prince spoke to Nala, Neela, Gavaksha and the mighty Kumuda as follows: Where do you go, forgetting your own dignities as also nobilities of birth and trembling with fear like common Vanaras? O auspicious Vanaras! Please return! Why do you so fully guard your lives? This Rakshasa is not competent for a combat.
vrm.6.66 Seeing those Vanaras disorderly retreated, Angada spoke these words, "Stay.
vrm.6.66 Then, those fleeing Vanaras spoke the following words, which were contemptible by the warriors, to that valiant Angada, who was adorneed with golden armlets.
vrm.6.66 Thereafter, with the coaxing words and inferential arguments by Angada, all those fleeing commanders of Vanaras turned back.
vrm.6.66 Having been cheered up by the intellectual Angada, all those commanders of the army troops stood awaiting his command.
vrm.6.67 Hearing the words of Angada, all those large bodied Vanaras who came back, having arrived at a firm resolution, were waiting for the battle.
vrm.6.67 Restored to confidence by the words of the mighty Angada, those Vanaras, whose energy was well augmented and prowess well elevated, restored to a thrill of rapture and as they were determined to die, marched forward to fight.
vrm.6.67 Seeing the Vanaras defeated in that great battle, Angada the son of Indra, ran rapidly towards Kumbhakarna.
vrm.6.67 Taking a large mountain top, Angada, roaring repeatedly and frightening all the Rakshasas following Kumbhakarna s heels, hurled the mountain top on Kumbhakarna s head.
vrm.6.67 Struck on the head with that mountain, that Kumbhakarna, Indra s adversary, with a great rage, was excited and then ran rapidly towards the wrathful Angada.
vrm.6.67 Frightening all the Vanaras with his great roar, the mighty Kumbhakarna hurled his spike at Angada with anger.
vrm.6.67 Knowing that the spike is going to fall on him, the mighty Angada, the chief of the Vanaras, who was skilled in war fare, avoided it with his alacrity.
vrm.6.67 Jumping up Angada struck on Kumbhakarna s chest, with the palm of his hand.
vrm.6.67 Getting his consciousness, that mighty Rakshasa threw down Angada by tightening his fist with a scorn.
vrm.6.67 Angada fell down unconscious.
vrm.6.67 When that Angada the foremost among the Vanaras fell down unconscious on the ground, Kumbhakarna ran towards Sugreeva, taking that spike in his hand.
vrm.6.69 After seeing Narantaka, the vastly splendoured Sugreeva, the king of Vanaras spoke thus, to Angada, the valiant prince, having a prowess equal to Indras as follows: Go out and quickly detach the lives of this valiant Rakshasa, who is riding a Horse and consuming the army of his enemies.
vrm.6.69 Hearing the words of Sugreeva his sovereign, that valiant Angada then came bouncing from his army, as the sun coming out of a cloud.
vrm.6.69 Angada the excellent of Vanaras, resembling a rocky mass, wearing bracelets on his upper arms, looked brilliant like a mountain with its metallic streaks.
vrm.6.69 Angada the son of Vali, bereft of arms but only nails and teeth besides having a great splendour, approached Narantaka and spoke the following words: Stop! What can you do with these common Vanaras? Throw your javelin, having the sensation equal to a thunderbolt, towards my chest.
vrm.6.69 Hearing the words of Angada, Narantaka was very much enraged.
vrm.6.69 The enraged Narantaka, tightly biting his lip with his teeth, hissing like a serpent, approaching Angada and firmly holding that highly radiant javelin, then quickly released it towards Angada.
vrm.6.69 Then seeing his javelin shattered, like a serpent whose powerful coils were cut off by Garuda the eagle, Angada stretched out his palm and struck the head of the Horse.
vrm.6.69 Raising his fist, that exceedingly powerful Narantaka in battle struck Angada on his head.
vrm.6.69 Then, Angada having his head shattered by the blow of the fist, heavily oozed out very hot blood, repeatedly felt a burning sensation and swooned.
vrm.6.69 Thereupon, the great souled Angada, the son of Vali, clinching his fist and then with a force equal to death, rushed it against the chest of Narantaka.
vrm.6.69 When that Narantaka of great prowess was killed by Angada in battle, the chiefs of Devas and the Vanaras too then emitted a great roar of triumph in the sky.
vrm.6.69 Then, that Angada, who showed that forcible means, which was very difficult to do, and which rejoiced Ramas intellect.
vrm.6.69 So much so, Angada too was surprised.
vrm.6.69 Thereupon Angada, of terrible acts, was infused with vigour and again showed enthusiasm in battle.
vrm.6.70 Mounting an excellent Elephant, resembling a cloud, Mahodara hurrily attacked Angada of great energy.
vrm.6.70 The strong Devantaka, tormented at his brothers calamity, then taking a terrific iron rod, ran towards Angada.
vrm.6.70 Thereupon, the valiant Trishira, mounting a chariot resembling the sun and yoked with excellent Horses, marched towards Angada.
vrm.6.70 That Angada, being attacked by the three chief Rakshasas, who were capable of smashing the pride of Devas, uplifted a tree with its large boughs.
vrm.6.70 The valiant Angada hurled that large tree with big branches quickly on Devantaka as Indra would a blazing thunderbolt.
vrm.6.70 Seeing the tree chopped off, that Angada then sprang up.
vrm.6.70 Trishira too with his arrows attacked the valiant Angada.
vrm.6.70 Marching ahead quickly towards Angada on an Elephant, the enraged Mahodara struck on his chest with javelins looking like thunderbolts.
vrm.6.70 Then, the enraged Devantaka with a speed, approached Angada, struck him quickly with a club and went off to a distance.
vrm.6.70 Eventhough attacked at the same time by those three foremost of Rakshasas, that Angada of great prowess and splendour, did not get alarmed.
vrm.6.70 The speedy and quite unconquerable Angada, acting with a great swiftness and attacking well, struck Devantakas Elephant with his palm.
vrm.6.70 By that blow of Angada in battle, the eyes of that royal Elephant fell down and that Elephant died.
vrm.6.70 Pulling out a tusk of that Elephant in battle, the mighty Angada ran towards Devantaka quickly and struck him.
vrm.6.70 Thereafter, the strong Devantaka of great splendour, recovering his breath with a great difficulty, then struck Angada violently, by firmly holding an iron rod.
vrm.6.70 Then, Angada the son of king Vali, struck by the iron rod, fell down on his knees on the earth, but again jumped up.
vrm.6.70 While Angada, the son of Vali was jumping up, Trishira struck him with three terrific and straight going arrows on his forehead.
vrm.6.70 Noticing Angada being surrounded by the three Rakshasa warriors, Hanuma and Neela went there.
vrm.6.73 He also struck Sugreeva, Rishabha, Angada and Dvivida with sharp and terrific arrows endowed with boons and made them breathless.
vrm.6.73 With lances, spikes and sharp arrows, charged with sacred texts, Indrajit the excellent Rakshasa struck all those foremost of Vanaras, namely Hanuman, Sugreeva, Angada, Gandhamadana, Jambavan, Sushena, Vegadarshina, Mainda, Dvivida, Nila, Gavaksha, Gavaya, Kesari, Hariloma, Vidyuddamshtra, Suryanana, Jyotimukha, a Vanara called Dadhimukha, Pavakaksha, Nala as also a Vanara named Kumuda.
vrm.6.74 Sugreeva, Nila, Angada and Jambavan could not understand what to do.
vrm.6.74 Vibhishana and Hanuma saw Sugreeva, Angada, Nila, Sharabha, Gandhamadana, Gavaksha, Sushena, Vegadarshi, Mainda, Nala, Jyotimukha and a Vanara called Dvivida, who were struck down on the battle field.
vrm.6.74 Hearing the words of Jambavan, Vibhishana spoke the following words, why do you enquire about Hanuman, passing over the venerable sons of Dasaratha? O venerable one! The exceptional affection, you are showing towards Hanuma, is not being shown towards Sugreeva or Angada or even Rama.
vrm.6.76 While that terrific battle, which destroyed many eminent heroes, was in progress, Angada, who was eager to fight, attacked the valiant Kampana.
vrm.6.76 Calling Angada to fight, Kampana with fury, rapidly struck him with a mace in anticipation.
vrm.6.76 Violently hit by him, Angada was reeled.
vrm.6.76 Restoring consciousness, the energetic Angada hurled a mountain peak.
vrm.6.76 Then, seeing Kampana killed in battle, Shonitaksha fearlessly rushed there towards Angada quickly in a chariot.
vrm.6.76 He then swiftly struck Angada with sharp pointed arrows which can tear up the limbs and with fire like forms which can destroy the world.
vrm.6.76 The strong and powerful Angada, the son of Vali, with his wounded limbs, crushed his terrific bow, chariot and darts with his might.
vrm.6.76 Springing forward more swiftly, seizing hold of him with his hand and snatching away the sword, the strong Angada made a lions roar.
vrm.6.76 Angada the foremost of Vanaras the sword into the flat surface of his shoulder and cut him from left to right diagonally.
vrm.6.76 Taking hold of that large sword and repeatedly roaring, Angada rushed towards the other surviving enemies in the battle front.
vrm.6.76 Taking hold of that large sword and repeatedly roaring, Angada rushed towards the other surviving enemies in the battle front.
vrm.6.76 That valiant Shonitaksha, wearing golden armlets, restoring his consciousness, took an iron mace and rushed quickly towards the same Angada.
vrm.6.76 The strong and the great warrior, Prajangha on his part, along with Yupaksha, was enraged and rushed towards the mighty Angada with his mace.
vrm.6.76 Angada, the chief of Vanaras, between the two warriors, Shonitaksha and Prajangha, shone like a full moon between the two asterisms known as Vishakhas.
vrm.6.76 Protecting Angada, Mainda and Dvivida took their position near Angada, with an intent to exhibit each of their own martial skill.
vrm.6.76 Prajangha, lifting a large sword, which can chop off vital parts of the enemies, rushed swiftly towards Angada.
vrm.6.76 Then the mighty Angada, who was exceedingly strong, seeing him coming nearer, struck him with an Ashvakarna tree.
vrm.6.76 Angada struck, with his fist, the arm of Prajangha, holding the sword.
vrm.6.76 When that Prajangha of great splendour struck Anga, the excellent Vanara with a great strength on his forehead, Angada shuddered for a moment.
vrm.6.76 That Angada of splendour and prowess, restoring his consciousness, struck with his fist and shattered Prajanghas head off his trunk.
vrm.6.76 Seeing both his mighty maternal uncles wounded, Angada rushed speedily towards Kumbha, who was standing with his bow uplifted.
vrm.6.76 With five steel arrows and with three other sharp edged arrows, Kumbha pierced that Angada advancing towards him, as on would pierce an Elephant with goads.
vrm.6.76 That valiant Kumbha pierced Angada with a multiple of sharp arrows, decked in gold, with edges which were harsh and sharp.
vrm.6.76 Angada, the son of Marut, though pierced all over the body with sharp arrows, was however not shaken.
vrm.6.76 The glorious Kumbha the son of Kumbhakarna chopped off all those trees hurled by Angada and burst off the rocks further.
vrm.6.76 Seeing Angada the Vanara chief rushing upon him, Kumbha pierced his brows with his brows with his arrows, as an Elephant would be struck with flaming torches.
vrm.6.76 In the battle field, propping that tree with branches and all, on his chest, holding it with his hand and bending a little, Angada uprooted it from the ground.
vrm.6.76 While all the Rakshasas were looking on, Angada hurled that tree which was tall like Indras banner and resembled Mount Mandara in size.
vrm.6.76 That Angada was very much perturbed and fell down, swooning.
vrm.6.76 Seeing the unconquerable Angada fallen down and sinking into depression as though in an ocean, the Vanara chiefs informed the matter to Rama.
vrm.6.76 Hearing of Angada being seized with anguish in that great combat, Rama sent out for help, leaders of Vanaras, headed by Jambavan.
vrm.6.76 With an intent to defend Angada, the Vanara chiefs then holding trees and rocks in their hands and with their furious blood red eyes, rushed on.
vrm.6.76 Seeing those troops of Vanaras being tormented by a flood of arrows, Sugreeva the king of Vanaras, keeping Angada his brothers son in the rear, rushed headlong towards Kumbha in the battle, as a swift lion would bounce upon an Elephant walking along the slopes of a mountain.
vrm.6.85 The valiant Lakshmana stood there along with Vibhishana, the heroic Angada and Hanuma, the son of Marut.
vrm.6.98 Seeing Mahodara killed by Sugreeva, the mighty Mahaparshva for his part with his red blood eyes through anger, forthwith stirred up the terrific army of Angada with his arrows.
vrm.6.98 Seeing his army depressed on being tormented by the Rakshasa, Angada who was endowed with a great impetuosity, exhibited his tempo like an ocean on full moon days.
vrm.6.98 Regaining his consciousness within a while, the mighty Mahaparshva again struck Angada with his many arrows.
vrm.6.98 Seeing Gavaksha and Jambavan tormented by the arrows, that Angada was infatuated with anger and seized hold of a terrific iron rod.
vrm.6.98 Firmly holding that iron rod, which shone like the rays of the sun, with both hands and turning it around with force, Angada son of Vali, his eyes red with anger, hurled it on that Mahaparshva the Rakshasa, who stood at a distance, with an intention to kill him.
vrm.6.98 Hurled by the mighty Angada, that iron rod for its part, knocked the bow with the arrow fitted to it, from the Rakshasa s hand and also his helmet.
vrm.6.98 Approaching him with speed and with anger, the valiant Angada slapped him on the temple root of the ear, shining with an ear ring.
vrm.6.98 Extremely enraged, the Rakshasa hurled that stainless and strong axe, which had been washed in oil and which was made of steel, on Angada.
vrm.6.98 Full of anger, that Angada evaded that axe, which had been aimed by him mostly at his left shoulder bone.
vrm.6.98 That valiant Angada, with his prowess equal to that of his father, was quite enraged and firmly tightened his fist resembling a thunder bolt.
vrm.6.98 Knowing the vital parts of the body, Angada pounced his fist, which invaded like a thunderbolt, on the boson of the Rakshasa, in the vicinity of his breasts.
vrm.6.99 "In the battle, I will cut down the tree in the shape of Rama, which is going to yield fruit through its flower in the form of Seetha, whose principal branches are Sugreeva, Jambavan, Kumuda, Nala, Dvivida, Mainda, Angada, Gandhamadana, Hanuma, Sushena and all the chiefs of Vanara warriors.
vrm.6.108 Having been pleased with the killing of Ravana, Rama then fulfilled the desire of Sugreeva, Angada and Vibhishana.
vrm.6.108 Rejoiced with the victory in battle, Sugreeva, Vibhishana and Angada together with Lakshmana along with their friends paid their respects with due ceremony to Rama, who looked charming.
vrm.6.123 "Here was killed a Rakshasa called Vikata by Angada.
vrm.6.127 Then, Bharata embraced Sugreeva, Jambavan, Angada, Mainda, Dvivida, Neela and Rishabha.
vrm.6.128 The joyful Rama presented to Angada, the son of Vali, a bracelet worn on upper arm, conspicuously studded with cat s eye gems and adorned with jewels and gems.
vrm.7.49 Having placed on his lap the long armed Angada and Hanuman, the mighty car warrior the lotus eyed Rama said to Sugriva Angada" is thy good son and Hanuman is thy wise councillor.
vrm.7.49 Having said this, the illustrious Rama took of from his arms valuable ornaments and adorned Angada and Hanuman therewith.
vrm.7.50 O thou having long arms, always look towards Angada, with loving eyes.
vrm.7.115 And then Rama said to Lakshmana: O Saumitri, thy two sons, Angada and Chandraketu are well versed in religions, perfectly qualified in governing the kingdom and highly powerful.
vrm.7.115 Let the city for Angada be established there.
vrm.7.115 Rama approved of the words of Bharata and having brought the country of Karupada under his subjection gave it to Angada.
vrm.7.115 He reared a beautiful and well protected city for Angada.
vrm.7.115 Angada stated towards the West and Chandraketu towards the North.
vrm.7.115 Sumitra s son Lakshmana went with Angada and Bharata accompanied Chandraketu.
vrm.7.115 Having spent a year in Angada s city and finding his son well established in the kingdom Lakshmana returned to Ayodhya.
vrm.7.121 The highly powerful Sugriva too saluting Rama said: "O lord of men, having placed Angada on the throne I have come hither.

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