Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 28 Aug 2011 16:02 and updated at 28 Aug 2011 16:02


vrm.1.2 There godly Sage Valmiki saw a couple of lovely Krauncha Birds, in the vicinity of that river s foreshore, flying there about in togetherness, and of course, fearless of any calamity, and calling charmingly A tribal hunter with all his evil intent, as he is an enemy of foresters, killed the male one of them the couple of Birds, while Valmiki is looking on.
vrm.1.14 In that ritual animals, serpents and Birds designated to such and such deities are readied according to the scriptural directives.
vrm.1.17 They can catch ruttish Elephants that tumultuously move in forests, and just with the sound of their blare they make sky flying Birds to fall.
vrm.1.28 "What is this cloudlike picturesque thicket shining forth not very far away on this side of mountain, with animals spreading over it, and embellished with numerous kinds of Birds that have pleasant callings it is highly soul delighting, thus, my inquisitiveness is growing very much to know it, what is this, really! "By the nature of happy environs at this place, oh, eminent sage, I understand that we have come out of the extremely alarming forest of Tataka, but oh, god, whose hermitage s threshold is this, kindly tell me all.
vrm.1.31 Even the residents of that Hermitage of Accomplishment, namely animals and Birds, closely followed that great souled Vishvamitra, whose wealth is his ascesis, in herds and flocks.
vrm.1.31 But that sage Vishvamitra made those flocks of Birds and the herds of animals to return to their places, as they have shown enough courtesy.
vrm.1.34 animals and Birds have slouched.
vrm.1.41 "Spanning his expert glances, oh, Rama, he then saw the rapid winged king of Birds, namely Garuda, the Eagle vehicle of Vishnu, who is the maternal uncle of his father and other paternal uncles, and whose flight will be similar to that of the Maruts.
vrm.1.51 "Moving sequentially about the provinces, cities, rivers likewise mountains, king Vishvamitra arrived at the threshold of a hermitage which is with numerous flowered trees and climbers, overspread with very many herds of animals, adored by the Siddhas and Caaranas, frequented and embellished with Devas, Danavas, Gandharvas, and Kinnaras, spread out with equable deer, adored by flights of Birds, compacted with the assemblages of Brahmarshis, and also with the assemblages of Devarshis who are fully accomplished in their ascesis, where the personal resplendence of each of the great souled sage is similar to each of the Ritual fire available in each of the Ritual Fire Altar before which he is sitting, and which hermitage is bustling with the activity of great souled sages who are comparable to Brahma, among whom some subsist on water alone, and some on air alone, likewise some more on dry leaves, while some on fruits, tubers, and with such of those sages and also with particular sages like Vaalakhilya s, also with others like Vaikhanasa s, who are all self controlled, who have overcame their peccabilites, who have overpowered their senses that hermitage is occupied, and while everyone of the inmates is engaged in meditations and oblations into Ritual fire, and with such sages and their activity whole of the perimeter of that hermitage is brightened and rendered splendent, and king Vishvamitra arrived at such a magnificent hermitage of Sage Vashishta.
vrm.1.74 b, a But while going with the assemblages of sages and with young Raghava s, namely Rama, Lakshmana, Bharata, Shatrughna, the sky bound Birds started to screech with startling voice from all around facing that tigerly man Dasharatha.
vrm.1.74 b, a Unpropitious is the starling voicing of Birds, whereby my heart is throbbing down.
vrm.1.74 b, a The shrieks voiced by the Birds are foretokening the forthcoming providential and perilous trepidation, but the behaviour of these animals is betokening it as mitigable.
vrm.2.5 Then, Rama s house was shining, as brilliantly with delighted men and women, as a lake filled with opened lotuses and visited by innumerable happy Birds.
vrm.2.10 Peacocks and parrots were being reared in that palace, sounds of Birds like curlews, and swans were heard around.
vrm.2.14 All types of seeds, fragrant substances and precious stones of various kinds, honey, curd, clarified butter, parched grains of paddy, blades of Darbha grass, flowers, milk, eight beautiful virgins an Elephant in rut, a glorious chariot with four Horses, a special kind of sword called Nistrimsa, an excellent bow a palanquin with bearers an umbrella resembling the moon a pair of white chowries, a golden jug, a white bull with large humo on its back, an excellent lion with beautiful mane with large canine teeth, a throne, a tiger skin, fire with ignition all varieties of musical instruments,courtesans, women decked with ornaments, teachers, brahmanas, Cows, animals and Birds which are sacred, the best of citizens and men of country side, merchants along with their followers, all these and many other retainers speaking kind words, along with kings stand waiting for Rama s coronation.
vrm.2.15 It was full of various kinds of Birds.
vrm.2.15 The mansion was filled with Birds and antelopes.
vrm.2.25 "Oh, son with magnificent arms! Protected by your service to father and service to mother as well as truthfulness, you will belong lived" "Oh, Rama, the best among men! May the wooden sticks used for feeding the sacred fire, blades of the sacred Kusa grass and rings of Kusa grass worn on the forth finger on sacrificial occasions sacrificial altars temples and various sites selected by Brahmanas for worship of Gods, mountains, trees, bushes, large and deep pools of water, Birds, snakes and Lions protect you.
vrm.2.29 "Oh Rama! Antelopes, Lions, Elephants, Tigers, Sarabhas, Birds, Yaks and all others which roam in the forest, run away after seeing your form, since they have never seen your figure before.
vrm.2.31 "Together with me, you will travel in the various forests, resonant with sounds of Birds and herds of wild animals.
vrm.2.33 Scared by fear of us, let all the snakes abandon their holes, the dears and Birds the mountain peaks, the Elephants and the Lions the forest itself.
vrm.2.34 We shall sport in the forest, flocked with peaceful deer and rendered noisy by Birds of various types.
vrm.2.37 There is none indeed in this world who is not devoted to Rama" "Oh, Kaikeyi! You will see now itself that beasts, Elephants, Deers and Birds going with Rama and trees also turning their faces towards Rama.
vrm.2.45 The trees held by their roots, unable to accompany you, seen to be weeping, hump backed by the force of wind Birds too, which sit motionless and are unable to go out in search of food and which remain fixed at one spot on trees, are supplicating you to return, compassionate as you are to all created beings
vrm.2.46 May all be well with you! Look here: As the animals and Birds are returning to their respective abodes seeking for shelter, the desolate woods seem to be crying from all sides Now, the city of Ayodhya the capital of my father with its men and women will lament about us that have departed to the forest.
vrm.2.50 The river was rendered resonant by swans and cranes, was graced with cackling of Chakravaka Birds and other Birds which are in rut all through the year kept hovering on its water.
vrm.2.50 Surrounded by fruits and flowers and tender leaves, shrubs and Birds, it looked like a young woman artistically decked with the best of jewels.
vrm.2.50 I shall see from here the excellent river Ganga, which is auspicious and whose waters deserve to be respected by Devas, men, Gandharvas, beasts, Reptiles and Birds
vrm.2.54 Having reached the hermitage and scaring the beasts and Birds by his very appearance as a bowman and having proceeded on the intervening path for a while, Rama approached the vicinity of Bharadwaja.
vrm.2.54 Honouring with words of welcome, the sage Bharadwaja seated, being surrounded on all sides with beasts, Birds and hermits, spoke thus to Rama.
vrm.2.54 After reaching the auspicious and absolutely beautiful Chitrakuta mountain, reveberant in all direction with the notes of small white cranes and cucukoo Birds as well as with many kinds of deer and Elephants in rut, settle down there in a hermitage.
vrm.2.56 See this Chitrakuta mountain with a high and mighty peak, wide spread with a multitude of Elephants and made to resound by a congregation of Birds.
vrm.2.56 Reaching that mountain, with various flocks of Birds, with many roots and fruits, lovely and rich in streaming water, Rama said to Lakshmana as follows:
vrm.2.56 Seetha, Rama and Lakshmana who subdued their senses, very happily strolled in that excellent forest, filled with many classes and multitude of beasts and Birds, trees having multi coloured crowns of flowers, and resonating with sounds of Elephants in rut and of antelopes.
vrm.2.56 Delighted and joyful to reach the lovely Chitrakuta mountain and the river Malyavati, provided with good descents and frequented by Birds and beasts, Seetha, Rama and Lakshmana shed the agony caused by their exile from the City of Ayodhya.
vrm.2.59 Oh, best of men! The gardens here are empty of men and the Birds have vanished.
vrm.2.63 Birds" with moistened top of their wings as if they bathed, reached with great difficulty the trees, the tops of which were shaken off by rain and wind.
vrm.2.64 They were without a guide to support them, as Birds whose wings were cut off.
vrm.2.65 The Birds dwelling in royal palaces perched on the branches of trees and others in cages were awakened by that sound and began to twitter.
vrm.2.66 Greatly alarmed to hear the fearful cries of wild animals and Birds making their noises in nights, surely she will cling herself to Rama.
vrm.2.68 They speedily moved on, crossing the beautiful Saradanda River, containing clear water frequented by various kinds of Birds.
vrm.2.71 Even now at dawn, charming sounds with sweet and much melodious tone of animals and Birds intoxicated with happiness are not being heard.
vrm.2.71 Clusters" of Birds in temples and large trees in the city are looking desolate.
vrm.2.76 At that time the crying sounds of thousands of women, pitiably weeping with agony, were heard like the sounds of female curlew Birds.
vrm.2.80 That track of the troops, having its surface inlaid with cement, with flowering trees inlaid with cement, with flowering trees on both sides, inhabited with Birds in excitement making their sounds, adorned with flags on its either side with its surface sprinkled with water of sandal wood fragrance, and decorated with various kinds of flowers, looked very much splendid like the path of Celestials.
vrm.2.83 That army, which was accompanying Bharata, arrived at the bank of Ganga River, looking beautiful as it was with Charka Birds and stopped there.
vrm.2.90 Vasishta and Bharata in return made enquires with Bharadwaja, if all were well with his body his sacred fires, his disciples, the trees, the deer and Birds in the hermitage.
vrm.2.91 Elephants, Donkeys, Camels, bullocks, Horses, animals and Birds there were suitably well fed.
vrm.2.92 That vast army with its countless Elephants Horses and chariots proceeded, covering the southern direction, like a great cloud that has risen in the sky and on the other bank of the Ganges, by mountains and streams, crossing the woods inhabited by deer and Birds.
vrm.2.92 That army of Bharata, with its squadrons of rejoicing Elephants Horses and warriors, penetrating into the vast forest, frightening innumerable beasts and Birds, appeared resplendent there.
vrm.2.93 "Behold these peacocks and Birds, which are pleasant to the sight, are frightened and are entering their dwelling places hastily.
vrm.2.94 "O, my good lady! Behold this mountain, abounding with flocks of Birds of every kind where minerals lie and crowned with peaks that seem to project upwards to the sky.
vrm.2.94 "The mountain is filled with tame beasts of every kind, Tigers, Panthers and Bears, and is enlivened by a flock of many Birds.
vrm.2.94 "O, Seetha! Seeing this mountain laden with many flowers and fruit, the enchanting resort of flocks of Birds as also the ravishing peaks of the mountain, I am really captivated.
vrm.2.96 "O, Lakshmana! This mountain is difficult of access even to Birds.
vrm.2.103 The sky filled with Birds that had been frightened by that noise and the earth covered with men, both looked beautiful at that moment.
vrm.2.114 Ayodhya further looked emaciated like a mountain stream, whose scanty waters had become hot and agitated, Birds living in which were scorched by the sun, and whose fish, small and big and alligators had perished.
vrm.2.119 The twittering of the Birds can be heard, who, through the day, have sought their nourishment far and wide and are seeking their shelter for sleep at the time of evening twilight.
vrm.3.1 Those hermitages have well tidied thresholds on all sides, dense with many deer and teemed with many groups of Birds, and they are the recourse for all living
vrm.3.2 Rama followed by Lakshmana has indeed seen that midst of the forest which is filled with very many animal herds, where the Bears and Tigers are frequenting, and whose trees, creepers, bushes are ruined, water ponds rendered unsightly, Birds song less, but where the swarms of crickets are whistling deafeningly.
vrm.3.3 That Rakshasa entered into a baffling forest that is like a very dark cloud in its sheen, where a variety of massive trees are contained in, numerous flocks of vulturine Birds are overspreading, and where wild Jackals and other predaceous animals are sprawling around, along with Rama and Lakshmana.
vrm.3.8 tranquil waters with spreading clusters of bloomed lotuses and water Birds in the pools and lakes.
vrm.3.9 "Once upon a time, oh, dextrous one, there was a pious and true worded hermit in some merited forest that was wonted by animals and Birds.
vrm.3.11 Beholding the rivers that have water Birds like Saarasa, Chakravaka that move on their sandbanks, and also the lakes that contain lotuses and water born Birds, they moved on.
vrm.3.11 On going far on their way, and when the sun is dangling in the western skiy, together they saw a charming lake of one Yojana width fully overloaded with red and white lotuses, overspread with sporting Elephants, and over flurried with waterfowls like saarasa Birds, kaadamba Birds, swans and with others kinds too.
vrm.3.11 reechoed with the callings of various Birds.
vrm.3.11 As to how the trees are appearing with velvety leaves, and as to how the animals and Birds appear unwearied, thus gauging by this it appears that the hermitage of that contemplative soul Agastya is situated not very far from here.
vrm.3.11 The forest nearby this hermitage is overrun by huge smoke from altars of fire, overstuffed with the garlands of jute cloth, overcrowded with the herds of peaceful deer, and also overloaded with sonority of the Birds.
vrm.3.14 "And from each of the five daughters of Taamra in turn emanated are the other avian species, where Kraunchii gave birth to Uluuka s, the owls, Bhasii s gave birth to Bhaasa s, the Vultures, and Shyenii gave birth to very sharp Eagles and Falcons, and then Dhritaraashtrii gave birth to swans and all other kinds of graceful water Birds.
vrm.3.14 b, Dhritaraashtrii" gave birth even to Chakravaka water Birds, and Shukii gave birth to a daughter Nata, and Nata s daughter is Vinata.
vrm.3.15 "This River Godavari is also seen from here, surrounded by blooming trees, spread over with swans, and beautified with kaarandava, and chakravaka Birds, as that contemplated soul sage Agastya had said.
vrm.3.15 "This place is holy, this is delightful and this is with many animals and Birds, hence Soumitri, let us reside here along with this bird Jatayu.
vrm.3.16 "Now the rivers are imperceptible as their water is overspread with dewdrops, but their water Birds are perceptible only by their callings, thus making that river perceptible, and such rivers are now glistening with moist sandbanks and shores.
vrm.3.19 "Whose body is it from which Birds pressing round gladly wish to wring flesh to pieces for eating when I slay him in war.
vrm.3.22 That chariot which has a roomy cabin with its rooftop like that of the ridge of Mountain Meru, body embellished in gold, wheels golden, gem studded yoke to carriage shaft, all around encompassed with golden artefacts like fishes, flowers, trees, mountains, sun, moon, and auspicious Birds flocks and stars, and even decorated with jingle bells, endowed with flags, swords, and best Horses, and such as it is, Khara embarked on it with all his rancour.
vrm.3.23 An untimely eventide glistened with a colour similar to the one drenched in blood, and then horrendous brutes and Birds have clamoured facing Khara directly, and the Vultures, Jackals and Eagles too have screamed portending danger.
vrm.3.24 "Judging by the kind of wild Birds that are shrieking here, danger is up ahead and coming upon us, along with uncertainty of our lives.
vrm.3.49 "I pray you who are with the bustle of swans and saarasa water Birds, oh, River Godavari, you promptly tell Rama that Ravana is thieving Seetha.
vrm.3.49 "Or, over there, some few beings that are living over there on the ground below, I seek shelter of all the flocks of Birds and hoards of animals, and I pray you to convey this news.
vrm.3.51 When Ravana is spoken to by Jatayu with judicious words, Ravana s eyes reddened infuriately, and his burnished golden ear knobs flickered injuriously, and that lord of Rakshasas dashed towards the lord of Birds, intolerantly.
vrm.3.51 That Eagle Jatayu who is the lord of winged chariots, namely Birds, in turn sustained those arrays of Ravana s arrows in that combat.
vrm.3.51 That highly resplendent lord of Birds also blasted off the armour of Ravana, which is glowing and flamelike in its flare, with both of his feet.
vrm.3.51 Again that highly energetic and imposing king of Birds pecked off the robust head of the charioteer of Ravana with beak.
vrm.3.51 But on seeing the commandant of Birds Jatayu is fatigued owing to his senescence, Ravana is gladdened and he again rose up to skies taking Maithili.
vrm.3.51 Jatayu, the lord of Birds, being a vanquisher of enemies outstripped Ravana and ripped off ten left arms of Ravana with his beak, with which left arms Ravana is clutching Vaidehi, in order to release her from his clutches.
vrm.3.51 Then there chanced an encounter for some time between those two valorous ones with mutually outweighing capabilities, namely the chieftain of Rakshasas and the chief of the Birds.
vrm.3.52 Humans" definitely perceive either agony or ecstasy by its concomitant happenings, or by the characteristics of uncommon reflexes of their own body parts, or by the presages, or by conjecturable concomitants, or by cognising calls of Birds.
vrm.3.52 "Oh, Rama, for sure you are not able to know about big catastrophe called my kidnap is chancing on you, even though oh, Kakutstha, these animals and Birds are running towards you surely for my sake, to tell about me.
vrm.3.52 The trees on which diverse Birds are perching have been stirred up with the wind blown and up heaved by the gust of Ravana s flight, while the swaying motion of those treetops is as though waving hands to console Seetha saying, "fear not.
vrm.3.52 All Lions, Tigers, animals and Birds have then gathered in herds from all over and ran rancorously and pursuantly shadowing the shadow of Seetha.
vrm.3.55 That paradisiacal mansion house of Dasamukha Ravana is congestive with innumerable cupolaed skyscrapers, adored with thousands of females, frequented by diverse bevies of Birds, and it comprised of numerous gemstones.
vrm.3.56 Further, those gardens are highly adored by all time lusty Birds.
vrm.3.57 b, Raghava came to Janasthana doubting overly, and the animals and Birds of Janasthana which look doleful have neared him whose heart has become doleful.
vrm.3.57 Those doleful animals and Birds moving in circumambulations from the left side to right of that noble souled Rama they let off frightening shrieks, and then observing those highly forbidding foretokens Rama returned to his own hermitage hastily and hurriedly.
vrm.3.57 "On observing these mobs of deer, these Jackals, also even these Birds which are voicing noisily facing the direction lit by the sun, oh, great mighty Lakshmana, can we presume that there will be safety to that princes Seetha?
vrm.3.58 Then he rushed out to some other place of playtime of Seetha yelling, yes, this is that place where she used play with deer, Squirrels and Birds.
vrm.3.60 The trees of that woodland are seemingly weeping, as their flowers are witheringly weakening and their Birds are weepingly warbling, and the animals are whingeingly weeping, and that woodland is charmless and utterly shattered, since its georgic deities have completely abandoned it.
vrm.3.63 "But has she really gone to this stand of thicket which is with flowered trees and with Birds of divers kind! Nay, that thought also is incongruent, because she as a timid one is much scared of solitude.
vrm.3.64 Bombarded with my iron shafts this world will be put to disorderliness, Lakshmana, you may now witness how the animals and Birds will be dazed and devastated.
vrm.3.67 b, a Then Rama beheld Jatayu who is akin to a mountaintop in his gleam, and a best beatific brave bird among all the Birds, but bloodstained and buckling on earth.
vrm.3.68 on saying thus, that lord of Birds released his lives, which are unobtainable for oneself.
vrm.3.68 As to how the celebrated and highly renowned king Dasharatha is venerable and honourable for me, likewise this lord of Birds is also a venerable and honourable one to me.
vrm.3.68 Oh, Soumitri, get the firewood and I will produce fire by friction of two sticks, as I wish to cremate this lord of Birds who expired because of me.
vrm.3.68 Oh, Soumitri, I will mount this lord of realm of Birds onto the pyre and cremate him who is killed by a feral Rakshasa.
vrm.3.68 Birds onto the pyre and he sorrowfully incinerated that eagle in a flaring fire of pyre, as he would do in respect of his own deceased relative.
vrm.3.69 That forest is evocative of a congeries of many a black cloud, and it embodies numerous flowers on many a flowered tree, numerous flights of Birds flitting over them, and numerous animals sprawling under them, and with them that forest is as though highly rejoiced everywhere.
vrm.3.69 which is overspread with various thicketed and impassable trees, and over sprawled by numerous gigantic predators and vulturine Birds, and on scrutinising such a forest everywhere, there they saw a cave in a mountain, which is abyssal, equal to infernal region, and ever enshrouded by gloom.
vrm.3.69 That Rakshasa stayed waylaying the pathway of both the brothers who chanced there, while he is catching Bears, divers flights of Birds, and numerous choicest animals of those and those herds, gripping them with both of his long reaching hands and hauling towards his mouth at his paunch, or dropping them off if they are unpalatable, and the brothers reached nearby of such a Rakshasa.
vrm.3.73 a, b "Thereabout Birds will be unflustered on seeing humans, because they are artless to avoid hunting, because none kills them, and you may savour them because those Birds will be best and burley, similar to ghee gobs.
vrm.3.73 "Oh, the legatee of Raghu, that woodland which in simile is like a godly forest, similar to the heavenly Nandana gardens, overspread with divers Birds is renowned as Matanga woodland and oh, Rama, you will take delight rejoicingly in that woodland.
vrm.3.74 comparable to a crammed cloud that would be ever ready to yield much cherished cloudbursts, and compacted with animals and Birds that are ever ready to enjoy seasonable rains, is that hermitage to which you have come, that way this woodland is well known as Matanga, meaning a cloud, or an Elephant, or an elephentine cloud that showers blessings on all.
vrm.3.75 I have seen a highly astounding hermitage of self controlled sages, oh, gentle Lakshmana, in which the deer and Tigers are at home, and which is adored by divers Birds.
vrm.3.75 b, a Rama on scrutinising that rosy woodland in which everywhere there are outsized and diverse trees that are thickset with flowers, and different lakes loaded with the trilling Birds like Plovers, Peacocks, Waterfowls and suchlike, with which that woodland itself is trilling in much ado, became
vrm.3.75 On going step by step, and on going on seeing ardently and intently at that forest which has picturesque visuals of forestry, and which is with hurly burly Birds, not one, but numerous and divers are they, and then Rama
vrm.4.1 rambling Snakes and Elephants and restless are the deer and Birds flocks, as well.
vrm.4.1 "This spring with the soundings of many Birds, oh! Soumitri, is enkindling grief in me, for Seetha is disunited.
vrm.4.1 "Very many amusing Birds of that kind are flitting all over on trees, bushes, and creepers emitting very many sounds.
vrm.4.1 "Well mingled are these female Birds with their male ones, for which they are well admired by their own flock, oh! Soumitri, and such Birds are calling gladsomely together with the pleasing humming of king bees.
vrm.4.1 "At the shore of this Lake Pampa rejoicing are these Birds in groups, and these trees loaded with the mating sounds of gallinule Birds, and even loaded the callings of the male black cuckoos, are while inciting me they are inspiring love in me.
vrm.4.1 "These blithesome Birds appear to be inviting each other in mutual consent, and they are melodious calling as they like, and this is causing love madness in me.
vrm.4.1 Lakshmana", observe the appealing tonality of Birds in the forest that calling out atop the flowered trees, that which is indeed furthering one s passion "That honeybee is quickly reaching these red flowers bouquets of Tilaka that are like his loved ones that are raising their faces with vigour
vrm.4.1 "This Pampa Lake is shining forth with its tranquil waters, that contain lotuses, blue water lily s, and red lotuses, along with swans and water Birds that permeate it Lotuses" with the resplendence of tender sun enwrapping its waters, pollen grain pilfered by honeybees enwrapping those lotuses with them this Pampa is beaming forth "This Pampa is always bedecked with the ruddy geese, amazing deep areas of the forest, and with water thirsty herds of Elephants and deer, and with them it gleams forth.
vrm.4.1 "See the cool water of this Pampa Lake, Soumitri, filled with blue lotuses, and with ruddy geese well moving in, and well venerated by the partridge Birds.
vrm.4.1 "Well filled with waterfowls, curlew Birds, and adored by great animals, this Pampa glistens much with pleasantly calling Birds.
vrm.4.1 "Enkindling passion in me, are these umpteen gladdened Birds, reminding me of my dear one who is in the mid of her youth, moonfaced, and with the radiance of lotuses in her eyes.
vrm.4.13 Those lakes are reverberant with Karandava s, Saarasa s, Swans, Vanjula s and other waterfowls, also like that with Chakravaka s and other Birds.
vrm.4.13 On seeing other forest beings in that forest and Birds moving aloft in sky, those followers of Sugreeva quickly moved on.
vrm.4.13 Birds" and other forest moving animals forbear this hermitage and those that unknowingly enter in there they do not return.
vrm.4.14 And deer are hurriedly fleeing like war worsted Horses, and the sky flying Birds are falling to ground like planets or stars when their merit diminishes.
vrm.4.16 At the blast of bowstring the lordly Birds and animals are panicked, like those that will be startled by the approach of ear ending, and they all fled.
vrm.4.18 "This earth with its mountains, woods, and forests, even along with the authority to condone or condemn the animals, Birds, and humans on it belongs to Ikshvaku s.
vrm.4.25 That palanquin is having a majestic throne and in similarity it is like a divine chariot which is adorned and beautified with figurines of Birds and trees in high relief.
vrm.4.27 It is highly reverberated with diverse Birds and filled with the screeches of best peacocks.
vrm.4.27 "This river is fairly resonated with the calls of diverse Birds in hundreds of flights, beautified with ruddy gees that are doting one upon the other, and admired by the swans and cranes upon her highly appealing sand isles, thus she appears to be a damsel decorated with jewels with a toothy grin.
vrm.4.28 "The Swans are well journeying to Lake Maanasa in their avidity to live in there, but the Cakravaka Birds ruddy gees, now having an attachment with their beloveds are not departing.
vrm.4.28 the Birds, though they and their wings are discoloured in rain, they are heartily guzzling down those pearly raindrops.
vrm.4.28 "The rivers with the up swinging Cakravaka Birds over them are overflowing their battered banks.
vrm.4.28 "By the crouching in of the Birds, by the closing up of the lotuses and by the blooming up of the jasmine flowers, the sun is discernable to have gone into dusk.
vrm.4.29 On observing clear sky on which back clouds and electric charges have disappeared, on which Saarasa Birds are vibrantly bustling and delightful moonshine is coated, and even on observing him whose riches are abundant, who has slowed down in accumulating probity and prosperity from the viewpoint of rectitude, highly engrossed in the course of unvirtuous profligates, whose heart is given to undisturbed privacy, and the one who on achieving his goals and dearest longings has turned away from other pursuits, who regained his choicest wife, and gained highly covetable Lady Tara, thus, who is always indulged in females, merrymaking day in and day out on a par with Indra, which Indra will be sporting with the cohorts of Gandharva and Apsara females, thereby he who is making much of his fortune on getting rid of other problems, besides, he who reposed the activity of kingdom in his ministers, yet, who does not make eyes at those ministers as he is doubtless of the kingdom which was once disrupted from his control, because, that kingdom is looked after well by the very same ministers, as such he is wallowing in promiscuity, such as he is, seeking the presence of such a Sugreeva, king of Vanaras and an explicator, and even on winning his grace, he who is forthright regarding norms of ethics, an exceptional knower of subtleties of transactions and the rubrics of duty and time, that golden tongued Hanuma, the son of Vayu, spoke sweet words that are reasonable, heart pleasing,
vrm.4.30 On seeing the sky to be spic and span when set free of black clouds and lightning, and even vibrant with the shrieks of Saarasa Birds, Rama bemoaned in woeful words.
vrm.4.30 "Young Seetha with a voice that is a soundalike to the callings of Saarasa Birds used to take delight in these resonant calls of Saarasa Birds when we were together in hermitage, but how she might be taking delight in these chirrups now without me.
vrm.4.30 "On hearing the sharp notes of Cakravaka Birds that always move together in couples, what will become of this white lotus like broad eyed Seetha, since she is not together with me.
vrm.4.30 "Broad and cute winged Cakravaka Birds that are fond of lakes and that have pollen of lotuses overspread on them have come to the sand dunes of vast rivers, and with them that have come nigh the swans are larking.
vrm.4.30 "The excellent plumaged tails that form their individual ornaments of peacocks are now cast out, and the plumeless peacocks on nearing the banks of rivers they look as if intimidated by the Saarasa Birds, thus they had to turn back despondently and dispiritedly.
vrm.4.30 "With their blaring trumpeting lordly Elephants with slit temples are alarming Karandava and Cakravaka Birds abiding in lakes that are embellished with blooming lotuses, and those Elephants are drinking water after swishing and swashing the tranquillity of those lakes.
vrm.4.30 "De silted is the silt of rivers and they are with sand dunes and serene waters, and cow stock is gathering there, besides, they are resonant with clucking of Saarasa Birds, in such rivers swans are delightedly taking deep dives.
vrm.4.30 "On eating richly ripened yield of rice delighted are the Saarasa Birds, and in a delightful bird line with swift speed they are overrunning the sky like a stringed flowery tassel up heaved by wind.
vrm.4.30 Waters" are standing tranquilly, flowers are smiley, crane Birds are noisily, rice crops are ripely, breeze is softly, and moon is brightly, thus they denote the time of rains has phased out.
vrm.4.30 "With Cakravaka Birds, with riverweeds, and with reeds that lookalike a veiling silk cloth, half veiled are the river shores and they look painted with foliage lines in vermilion, like the faces of maidens.
vrm.4.30 "Oh, gentle Lakshmana, with clear waters, well sounding fish hawks, teeming teams of Cakravaka Birds the lakes are glistening well.
vrm.4.30 "On the sand dunes of rivers Swans, Saarasa s, Cakravaka s, also Krauncha Birds are fully overspreading from all over, see Lakshmana.
vrm.4.37 In a split second, the vanara s that are sent by the king of vanara s have skyrocketed to the airways of Birds and stars on their way, and indeed reached the vault of heaven, which was once trodden by Vishnu.
vrm.4.42 "That villa is brightened by amazing trees, on which diverse Birds will be twittering musically, belongs to the great souled Varuna, who wields a tether.
vrm.4.43 "Latter there will be a mountain overspread with various Birds and adorned with varied trees named Devasakha which is a sanctuary for Birds.
vrm.4.43 "The treeless Mountain Kama and the abode of Birds Mountain Maanasa are also to be searched, and there is no inlet for any being, let alone Gods or Rakshasas.
vrm.4.43 "There the trees will be eternally flowering and fruiting on which Birds will be endlessly squawking.
vrm.4.44 "Oh, foremost Vanara, Hanuma, I do not foresee any impediment in your transit on land where homogenous enemies will usually obstruct one another, or in high skies where there is no foothold, thus only Birds and clouds hover there, or in the wild blue yonder where celestial bodies alone gravitate at random, nor in waters where there is no underwater movement for earthly beings, nor in the heaven, the abodes of immortals, where those immortals will not allow mortals like us to meander as we like.
vrm.4.48 Where there are no Buffaloes, no Elephants, no animals, nor even Birds or Tigers, or no other forest moving beings are there, for they do not have their feed there, they entered such a province.
vrm.4.48 b, a Thereby that virtue souled sage cursed that great forest in it entirety to become an uninhabitable and impermeable forest abandoned by Birds and animals.
vrm.4.50 b, a Swans" along with waterfowls like Saarasa, Krauncha, and water drenched Cakravaka Birds are coming out of this cavity from all over, and even the trees available at its doorway are verdant.
vrm.4.50 b, a Those tigerly Vanaras have also seen Lions and various other animals and Birds exiting therefrom, and entered that cavity which is enshrouded in obscurity.
vrm.4.50 The Birds encircling those trees are in the hue of lapis lazuli gems.
vrm.4.58 The first flight level of Birds is that of the small Kulinga Birds, house Sparrows, song Birds and the like subsisting on food grains.
vrm.4.58 The second flight level is that of the Birds
vrm.4.58 The third flight level is that of the wading Birds like Bhaasa, Krauncha, Kurara Birds and Cranes, Herons and the like.
vrm.4.58 Again, the vanara s sincerely brought back that king of Birds,
vrm.4.59 My son who is the best one among all Birds, and who is named as Supaarshva by his name is sustaining me who am deteriorated to dire straits, with timely sustenance.
vrm.4.60 Since this mountain is teeming with teams of Birds, caves in its midriffs, and it is with peaks of its own kind, thus I resolved this to be Mountain Vindhya at the coast of southern ocean.
vrm.4.66 The son of Kashyapa Prajapati and Lady Vinata is the best bird among all the Birds who is superbly mighty and who is universally renowned as Garuda.
vrm.4.67 Shall I make circumambulations for thousands of times around the Lord of Birds and the viper diner, Garuda, while he is on the wing in the sky.
vrm.4.67 b, a Then that Vanara who is the son of Vayu and a selfsame of Vayu shinned up that towering mountain Mahendra, as he is an enemy subjugator about to subjugate the arch rival Ravana, where that mountain is hedged in with diverse flowers, its pastures are the sweethearts of deer, it is constrictive with diverse flowers of ever flowering, ever fruiting trees and with the flowers of climbers as well, and where Lions and Tigers are freely moving and ruttish Elephants love it, and where the flights of Birds are uproarious, and pent up
vrm.4.67 vidhyaadhara s even, that are indulged in drinking and inebriated on that mountain are forsaking those lofty cliffs of that mountain, and even the Birds are put to flight, spanking snakes are completely slouching, and rising up and falling down are the stones of that mountaintops to each step of Hanuma, and thus that colossal mountain is desolated.
vrm.5.1 The thoughtful Hanuma tread like a rampant lion, making Birds fear, uprooting trees by his breast and also killing many animals.
vrm.5.1 About to fly, Hanuma jolted his tail, which was rolled into a circle from top to bottom, and which was covered with hair, just as Garuda, the king of Birds would jolt a snake.
vrm.5.1 That great Vanara also thought himself equal to Garuda, the king of Birds.
vrm.5.1 While flying in the sky, he took along with him, because of the force of his thighs, trees shining with flowers and with fattened lapwing Birds.
vrm.5.1 Hanuma while coursing through the path of Birds like the king of Birds Garuda, dragged with him series of clouds like the god of wind.
vrm.5.1 Hanuma went, like Garuda, in the sky served by clouds or streams of water, served also by Birds, tread by masters of music Tumburu and other Gandharvas, served by Airavata, borne by Lions, Elephants, Tigers, Birds and serpents, decorated by clear Vimanas moving with great speed, shone by fires with thunderous jolt equal to that of Vajra the weapon of Devendra, decorated by people with good deeds, people with great luck who conquered the heavens, served by the God of fire carrying great quantities of oblations, shone by planets, stars, moon, sun and starlets, occupied by groups of great sages, Gandharvas, Nagas, Yakshas but unpopulated by humans, clear and all pervasive, served by the Gandharva king Vishvavasu, roamed by Elephants of Devendra, the path of the moon and the sun, the auspicious one, a wide canopy of the earth constructed by Brahma, served in various ways by excellent courageous groups of Vidyadharas.
vrm.5.1 Hanuma, the son of Vayu, visible everywhere, obtained the sky without support, like the king of Birds with long wings.
vrm.5.1 After that Hanuma for His part obtained the ocean shore, observed the city of Lanka from the top of the mountain, leaving His original form, tormenting animals and Birds, alighted on that mountain.
vrm.5.2 Standing on that mountain, the Elephant among Vanaras, Hanuma, saw pine trees, Karnikaras, Date Palms in full blossom, Priyalas, Lemon trees, wild Jasmine trees, Mogra trees, long Pepper trees filled with sweet fragrance, Kadamba trees and seven leaved Banana trees, Asana trees, Kovidaras, Karaviras in full blossom, trees that were tied by the weight of their flowers and flower buds, that were distressed by Birds, with their crests moved by wind, wells and various glorious pleasure groves filled by various trees that give fruits and flowers in all seasons and beautiful gardens also, surrounded by various ponds consisting of swans and ducks.
vrm.5.3 Thereafter Hanuma the Vanara, became happy seeing the doors which were of golden color, with platforms of cat s eye gems, inlaid with diamonds, crystals and pearls, embellished with floors of gems, graced with Elephants made of refined gold, crowned with spotless white silver, stairs studded with cat s eye gems, with inside walls made of crystal free from dust, provided with lovely assembly halls, with sounds of Krauncha Birds and Peacocks, served by royal Swans, looking as though flying toward the sky, with auspicious houses resounding everywhere with the sounds of clarionets and ornaments, equalling the city of Vasvankasara, as though flying towards the sky.
vrm.5.4 The great Hanuma entered secretly Ravana s inner city which was equal to paradise, rendered noisy by neighing of Horses and tinkling of ornaments, by chariots, vehicles and aerial cars and decorated by auspicious Elephants and Horses and great Elephants with four tusks and by Birds and animals in heat.
vrm.5.5 Hanuma saw some women who were brilliant with radiance, adorned a lot with bashfulness, those who were hugged by lovers in the middle of night, those who were hugged with great pleasure, those who were hugged by flowers like Birds.
vrm.5.6 Filled all around with those and those various kinds of animals and Birds in thousands, lovely to watch very beautiful ones.
vrm.5.7 That Hanuma, the strong one, saw a group of houses with windows in golden hue, embedded with cat s eye gems, like a great group of clouds in rainy season with lighting, together with a group of Birds.
vrm.5.7 Artificial Birds made of cat s eye gems, as well as Birds made of silver and coral, wonderful serpants made of various jewels, Horses of beautiful limbs suitable by their noble breed were arranged.
vrm.5.7 Birds were made with corals on their wings and ogether with golden flowers, with good wings, with curved and bent wings in a playful way, shining like helpers of the god of love himself Images of Elephants in a lotus pool with filaments of lotus on body, with lotus petals held in their trunks, were devoted to the worship of an image of Goddess Lakshmi.
vrm.5.9 It was resounded by Birds in heat, made fragrant by excellent perfumes, hung with best tapestries and inhabited by the king of rakshasas It was made smokey by the fumes of agallocum.
vrm.5.9 And of some other women, necklaces made with cat s eye gems resembled Birds called Kadambas and for some others golden chains were like Chakravaka Birds.
vrm.5.9 Those women with buttocks resembling sand dunes, shone like rivers filled with swans and Birds called Karandas and decorated by Chakravaka Birds.
vrm.5.11 Hanuma saw Birds called Krakara cooked ready to be eaten in variety of ways, Birds called Chakoras half eaten, wild Buffaloes, Fishes called Ekashleya, Goats, food to be licked of various kinds, beverages and various foods.
vrm.5.14 That Hanuma the Simian, saw on entering that garden filled with happy humans, animals and Birds with varied hues during spring, resounded by Birds, with trees made of silver, made of gold, surrounded everywhere by Birds and groups of animals wonderful with wonderful trees equaling the Sun at sunrise together with trees of various kinds which obtained flowers and fruits, served daily by Cuckoos and by dragon flies, resounded by Peacocks in heat and with groups of Birds of various kinds.
vrm.5.14 Hanuma searching the royal daughter Seetha with excellent limbs and without blame, woke up Birds in comfortable sleep.
vrm.5.14 Trees hit by wings of groups of Birds in flight shed showers of flowers of various colours and of various kinds.
vrm.5.14 All those trees losing groups of Birds became being a resort to branches only like trees shook by wind.
vrm.5.14 Hanuma saw ponds filled with the best waters, together there and there with stairs embedded with Diamonds of great value, with Pearls and Corals as sand, with bottoms made of crystal and precious stones, shone by trees of golden hue and of wonderful hue at banks containing beds of Lotuses in full blossom and Lilies, resounded by chakravaka Birds nearby, sounded by water fowls, resounded by Swans and Cranes, together with tall trees, with nectar like waters, with hundreds of auspicious creepers, covered by the flowers of Santana trees, surrounded by various shrubs with middle regions of Karaveera and also wells and in various shapes.
vrm.5.14 The best among vanaras and the son of Vayu, that Hanuma saw near to that mountain, lotus ponds together with many groups of Birds.
vrm.5.14 This pond also served by groups of Birds is beautiful that wife of Sri Rama definitely will come for this pond.
vrm.5.15 That Hanuma being there observed closely that Ashoka garden shone by Santanaka creepers, Santana trees with heavenly aroma and juice, well decorated in all directions equalling the garden of Nandana, surrounded by animals and Birds, congested with mansions and palaces, resounded with the notes of Cuckoos, decorated with wells having golden water lilies, lotuses and with many chairs and carpets with many sub terrain houses, beautiful trees, with trees with flowers of all seasons and with fruit, with the radiance of raising sun, by the glory of Ashoka trees in bloom, as though radiant as though being made to be with branches without leaves, by hundreds of Birds perching again and again, Ashoka trees with wonderful flowers as head decoration, with flowers spread till the roots destroying leaves, with weight of groups of flowers as touching the earth with Karnolaara trees in blossom with Kimkusa trees in full blossom.
vrm.5.18 Ravana entered that great wonderful Ashoka garden together with lakes, shone by various flowers, brilliant with Birds always in rut.
vrm.5.18 King of great fame, Ravana, together with those women with good appearance entered that garden resounded by animals and Birds.
vrm.5.38 "That Crow, the best among Birds, seems to be the son of Indra staying in mountains and moving with a peed equal to the wind.
vrm.5.41 Then, the valiant Hanuma laid waste the royal garden attached to the gynaecium resonant with cries of Birds in heat and endowed with various kinds of trees and creepers.
vrm.5.41 With its trees and creepers dried up, with the howls of various Birds, with its ponds destroyed, with its copper coloured sprouts dried up there, that grove did not look bright, as though it had been destroyed by a wild fire.
vrm.5.42 At the screaming sound of Birds and at the sound of the crash of falling trees, all the inhabitants of Lanka then became trembled with fear.
vrm.5.42 Made to run to and fro and getting frightened, beasts and Birds began to scream.
vrm.5.42 By that great sound made by Hanuma through clapping on his arms together with a resound, Birds fell down from the sky.
vrm.5.43 By the great deafening noise, made by clapping on his arms, the Birds and also the guards protecting the sanctuary unconsciously fell down.
vrm.5.48 Nagas and Yakshas, great Sages moving in astronomical circles, Siddhas and a multitude of Birds going around the sky, gathered there and clamoured loudly with a great rejoice.
vrm.5.54 Then, Lanka having been scorched with its Rakshasas, Horses, Chariots, Elephants, multitude of Birds, animals and trees, cried pitiably with tumultuous noise.
vrm.5.58 "The female Rakshasas with their ugly faces woke up and saw that thicket of garden being broken and with its frightened animals and Birds moving about unsteadily.
vrm.5.62 Some, with joy, whistled like Birds.
vrm.5.67 "That crow, foremost of the Birds was indeed the son of Indra dwelling in the middle of the mountains and equal in speed to the wind.
vrm.6.4 These beasts and Birds are uttering sonorous and sweet sounds.
vrm.6.4 There were delightful wells with stairs and ponds in that mountain, sought after by Chakravaka Birds, frequented by Karandava Birds, crowded with water Fowls and Cranes, visited by Boars and Deer, haunted on all sides by Bears, Hyenas, Lions and many dreadful Tigers.
vrm.6.4 Various kinds of Birds sang in those mountain peaks.
vrm.6.11 That city, extremely crowded with chariots Elephants and Horses rushing fast together, appeared like Birds rushing fast in the sky.
vrm.6.18 Let him get our friendship too Hearing those words of Sugreeva, Rama the king of men, as acknowledged by Sugreeva, held meeting with Vibhishana, as Indra once met Garuda the king of Birds.
vrm.6.23 Wild animals and Birds from all sides are roaring pitiably with melancholic sound, facing towards the sun in great fear.
vrm.6.24 Lanka is made beautiful by the garden vying with Chaitraratha garden of Kubera, with songs of Birds of various species, with fruit bearing flowers and charms in bloom.
vrm.6.24 See how a gentle breeze sways the branches where the Cuckoos abound, where bees swarm and wehre the Birds are excited with joy.
vrm.6.27 O, king! This army chief called Kesari, the chief of the commanders of Vanaras, wanders in Kanchana mountain wherein there are trees which yield fruits in all seasons, inhabited by large black bees, to which the sun circumambulates clock wise, the mountain shining with its own colour and splendour, by whose brightness, the animals and Birds ever shine with the same hue, whose table land on the top of the mountain the great sages do not leave, wherein trees, all mango trees laden with fruits on all sides and wherein inhabit honey bees of excellent variety.
vrm.6.35 "Domesticated Mainas a kind of Birds making a chirping sound, defeated by other bellicose Birds drop down, being twined together in groups.
vrm.6.35 Birds" and wild animals, facing towards the sun, cry out.
vrm.6.37 "Assuming the form of Birds, all the four entered that enemy s citadel and observed the measures taken by Ravana closely.
vrm.6.39 In that garden abounding in cascades, the songs of Birds like Gallinules, Lapwings small white cranes, dancing Peacocks and Cuckoos were heard.
vrm.6.39 Then, those Vanaras, thrilling with rapture, delighted, brave and assuming any shape at will, entered the aforesaid groves and gardens, with Birds ever excited with joy, wandered by bees, with clusters of trees occupied by Cuckoos, having variegated sounds of Birds and song of the large bees, abounding with sounds of Ospreys, with the music of Wagtails and cries of Canes.
vrm.6.39 Those Vanaras, great in making noises causing the Birds to frighten and displeasing to the animals and Elephants, went, causing that Lanka to tremble, by their noises.
vrm.6.39 Frightened by that sound, Bears, Lions Buffaloes Elephants, Deers and Birds were trembled and terrified and hastened towards ten different directions.
vrm.6.39 The solitary peak of Trikuta mountain, which is so high as if touching the sky, all over covered with flowers entirely, resembling gold to an extent of eight hundred miles bright charming to look at, beautiful, glorious, majestic, inaccessible even by Birds, hard to be ascended by people may, even by the mind how much more by an act of walking?
vrm.6.39 The glorious Rama the elder brother of Lakshmana along with Vanaras saw that charming golden city of Ravana, graced with mountains picturesque with various minerals, splendid with gardens reechoing with songs of Birds of every kind, frequented by varieties of deer, richly endowed with various kinds of flowers, inhabited by Rakshasas of every degree and duly flourishing, having increased its wealth.
vrm.6.41 Wild beasts and Birds emit frantic cries, ill at ease and ominous, inspiring great fear, facing the sun.
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.6.50 The highly majestic and the mighty Garuda the eagle, the King of Birds, with his eys widened in gladness and with a pleased heart, spoke to Rama as follows: "O, Rama! I am your dearest friend Garuda dear as your own breath moving outside I came here for the purpose of helping you, both.
vrm.6.51 As he mounted and advanced in an excellent chariot harnessed to mules, whose voices he emulated, Birds of ill omen in the sky obstructed that advancing Rakshasa of very terrible and fearful appearance.
vrm.6.55 Birds and beasts uttered cruel and fearful cries.
vrm.6.57 Today, the flesh eating Birds and beasts shall feed on the enemy that I strike down on the battle field with my swift arrows.
vrm.6.57 In a cloudless sky, Birds of prey eating flesh and blood, flew in circles from left to right towards the chariot.
vrm.6.60 The Birds passing through the sky ran helter shelter and fell down soon on hearing the sounds of the couches, drums, gongs, clapping of hands and leonine roars.
vrm.6.63 Outsiders" find out the fickleness of a ruler, who is led away by false appearances and quickly performs the acts, as Birds discover the hole made by the arrow of skanda, the commander in chief of devas in the Krauncha mountain.
vrm.6.65 Those Rakshasas followed that terrific and mighty Kumbhakarna, mounting on serpents, Camels, Donkeys, Lions, Elephants, wild beasts and Birds.
vrm.6.65 Jackals of terrific form howled with flaming morsels in their mouths and Birds twirled in circles from right to left.
vrm.6.74 Gazing at the hills, flocks of Birds, lakes, rivers, pools and excellent towns full of people, that Hanuma with a speed equal to that of the wind god his father, shot forth towards Himalayas.
vrm.6.75 The fire raging on all sides burnt blankets and rugs made of the hair of animals, whisks made of the hair of the tails, the skins of Tigers, many Birds, palaces inlaid with pearls and gems and various kinds of stores of arms.
vrm.6.84 Lakshmanas arrows, which are sharp and fiery, with a speed equal to the wings of a bird, can drink his blood like cruel Birds.
vrm.6.93 A hundred Vanara chiefs rushed towards each single Rakshasa in the battle, even as Birds would rush towards a tree laden with fruits.
vrm.6.95 The Birds emitted fearful notes.
vrm.6.96 Sugreeva rained a hail of rocks on the army of Rakshasas, as a cloud rains a shower of hail stones on a host of Birds in a forest.
vrm.6.99 Filled with that sound, the entire earth, with its rivers, mountains and forests, trembled, throwing Lions, antelopes and Birds, into fright.
vrm.6.100 "This Ravana, having come within the range of my vision, cannot survive, any more than the one who has come within the range of vision of a snake injecting deadly poison with its very glance or than a serpent who has come within the range of vision of Garuda, the king of Birds and the enemy of serpents.
vrm.6.103 Let Birds such as Crows and Vultures tear out your bowels, as Eagles would drag Serpents when you fall down dead when pierced by my arrows today.
vrm.6.106 Hundreds of dreadful Sarika Birds, with their awful howls, terribly fighting there, fell down upon Ravanas chariot.
vrm.6.123 "And over there is seen in the forest of Janasthana, O Seetha, that illustrious tree under which the highly brilliant and mighty Jatayu, the foremost among the Birds, was killed by Ravana, for your sake, O sporting lady!.
vrm.6.123 heaven, the earth and the subterranean world, whose banks are crowded with flocks of Birds and which is lined with trees in full flowering.
vrm.6.125 Leaping into the auspicious sky, the dwelling place of Birds, duly crossing over the terrific conjunction of Ganga and Yamuna rivers, reaching Shringaverapura and approaching Guha the chief of Nishadas, that valiant Hanuma spoke the following words in a charming voice: Along with Seetha and Lakshmana, Rama, your friend, that scion of Kakuthsa, of true prowess, has for his part enquired of your welfare.
vrm.6.126 "When you had gone away, that forest of Chitrakuta then assumed a very miserable appearance, with the frightened animals and Birds on seeing strange people there.

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