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vrm.1.25 "And Rama, once Vishnu wiped out even the wife of sage Bhrigu and sage Shukracarya s mother when she wished the world to become one without a governing factor, namely Indra.
vrm.1.38 "On completion of a hundred years of ascesis, and when the Sage Bhrigu is worshipped with asceticism, that sage who is a prominent one among the patrons of truth bestowed a boon to Sagara.
vrm.1.38 Said Sage Bhrigu to Sagara.
vrm.1.38 On listening their words the Sage Bhrigu spoke in a glorious tone, let your freewill be brought to bear this issue.
vrm.1.38 "On performing circumambulations to the Sage Bhrigu along with wives, oh, Raghu s scion, also on reverencing him head bent, the king Sagara proceeded to his own city.
vrm.1.51 "I have done whatever good is to be done and nothing is left undone, and the wife of the sage, namely Ahalya, is reunited with her husband sage Gautama, as with Renuka who was reunited with sage Jamadagni, the descendent of Bhrigu.
vrm.1.61 Oh, godlike sage, if you bargain your son with a hundred thousand Cows for the purpose of a ritual animal, oh, the successor Sage Bhrigu, I deem my ends are achieved.
vrm.1.70 a There was a saint named Chyavana, the heir of Sage Bhrigu, who in fascination with best and beautiful mountains then taking shelter on Himalayas.
vrm.1.75 b, a "Oh, Rama, this alone is that enemy citadel conquering longbow of Vishnu, and Vishnu handed over this to Sage Riciika, the son of Bhrigu, as a trustworthy trust.
vrm.2.32 Up to the fifth gate, none in that society of men could obstruct this Trijata, who was equal in spiritual splendour with the sages Bhrigu and Angira.
vrm.2.110 "A sage called Chyavana, belonging to Bhrigu race was staying in a Himalayan mountain.
vrm.6.4 The planet of Venus with its bright light, born from the sage Bhrigu is hanging behind you.
vrm.7.61 During the encounter between the Devas and Asuras, the Asuras, being remonstrated with by the Devas sought shelter of the wife of Bhrigu thy priest.
vrm.7.61 Bhrigu s wife having promised them help they lived there fearlessly.
vrm.7.61 Having beheld the Asuras thus helped by Bhrigu s wife, Hari, the king of the Devas, enraged, chopped of her head with his sharp discus.
vrm.7.61 And angry on beholding his wife slain, Bhrigu, imprecated a curse on Vishnu, the slayer of enemies race, saying "Being beside thyself with anger thou hast slain my wife, not worthy of being killed ;therefore, O Janardana, thou shalt be born in the region of mortals.
vrm.7.61 Having imprecated this curse, Bhrigu was greatly pained and being propitiated by his adoration, Vishnu, fond of disciples, said "Having slain Ravana and others, I shall be, for the behoof of mankind, subject to this imprecation.
vrm.7.61 O bestower of kings, the highly effulgent Vishnu, thus imprecated by Bhrigu in the days of yore, hath been born as thy son in this birth and hath been celebrated under the appellation of Rama.
vrm.7.61 O conferer of honors, for sooth shall Rama partake of the fruits of Bhrigu s curse.
vrm.7.65 Nimi the descendant of Ikshwaku, then welcomed the saints Atri, Angiras and Bhrigu having asceticism for their wealth.
vrm.7.67 Thereupon at the end of the sacrifice Bhrigu said "O king, I am propitiated with thee ;I shall restore thee to senses.
vrm.7.71 Thereat, Bhrigu, Angiras, Kutsa, Vasishta, Kashya and other ascetics, the leading preachers, the ministers, the citizens, and other sages conversant with Sastras, present there, said "A Brahmana should not be punished with death.
vrm.7.80 Thereupon when the night set in Satrughna accosted Bhrigu s son Chavanya saying, "O Brahman, how powerful is Lavana ?And what is the strength of his dart ?What persons before had been destroyed by this dart in conflict ?"Hearing the words of the high souled descendant of Raghu, Satrughna, the highly effulgent Chavanya replied saying
vrm.7.94 Having said this, with eyes reddened with fire, Usanas, Bhrigu s son \to the inmates of his hermitage "Do ye all go and live outside this kingdom.
vrm.7.103 Hearing their sweet words Rama again began with the story of Kardama s son and said "In turn, the heroic Ila, having regained his manhood, the highly illustrious and intelligent Budha, well informed of birth and well skilled in the art of speech, sent for the highly liberal Samvarta, Bhrigu s son Chyavana, Aristanemi, the foremost of Munis, Durvasa, capable of affording delight, and other friends gifted with patience and said "Ye all know well, how this mighty armed Ila, Kardama s son, attained to this peculiar condition.

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