Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 28 Aug 2011 15:37 and updated at 28 Aug 2011 15:37


vrm.6.59 Lakshmana, however, caused a well aimed rain of missiles from his bow to fall on Ravana and nay, even broke Ravana s arrows with his arrows called Khura, Ardhachandra, the excellent Karni and Bhalla.
vrm.6.89 Thereupon, with alacrity of his hand, that illustrious Lakshmana, fully stretching and releasing another sharp thunderbolt like arrow, named Bhalla, which was yellowish in colour, with charming plumes, having a good splendour similar to Indra s thunderbolt and echoing a clapping sound, severed the head of Indrajit s charioteer from his trunk, even as he was circling around.
vrm.6.90 The virtuous Lakshmana eliminated the head of the charioteer of Indrajit, the chariot warrior, in the battle with an arrow called Bhalla which was looking curved at its nodes.
vrm.6.99 Just on seeing streams of arrows coming forth, loosed from Ravana s bow, Rama thereupon quickly seized hold of Bhalla arrows in haste.
vrm.6.99 Then, Rama tore off that multitude of arrows, which were blazing and looking very terrific like enraged serpents, with his sharp Bhalla arrows.

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