Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 28 Aug 2011 16:57 and updated at 28 Aug 2011 16:57


vrm.4.39 Dadhimukha, the salutary vanara chief then arrived at the near of that great souled Sugreeva encircled by a ten crore vanara s who are all blaring highly.
vrm.5.61 A very powerful Vanara called Dadhimukha, who was a high souled eminent Vanara and the maternal uncle of Sugreeva always protected that garden.
vrm.5.61 leaves and flowers the Vanara named Dadhimukha who was incharge of the grove then angrily interrupted those Vanaras.
vrm.5.61 Threatened by those Vanaras who were behaving excessively, Dadhimukha who was endowed with a terrible energy, the care taker of the grove and an elderly hero of the Vanaras further contemplated the means to protect that grove from the Vanaras.
vrm.5.61 That Dadhimukha was dragged, after coming into collusion with him by those Vanaras, who were being forcibly hindered by him, eventhough those Vanaras overpowered him with unrestrained emotion arising out of their intoxication, those who had abandoned their fear disregarding any bad consequence of their act.
vrm.5.61 Bruising with their nails, biting with their teeth on account of their inebriety and making short work of that Dadhimukha with their palms and feet, all those moneys made that large grove, divested of its flowers, fruits and honey.
vrm.5.62 The honey keepers, who were there as messengers of Dadhimukha in that Madhuvana, were warded off by the terrific Vanaras and they fled to different directions.
vrm.5.62 Dragged by their knees and tossed up in the air by the Vanaras, those honey keepers were very much depressed, went to Dadhimukha and complained as follows: "The Vanaras, as permitted by Hanuma, violently destroyed Madhuvana.
vrm.5.62 Hearing that Madhuvana was damaged, Dadhimukha, the grove protector there was enraged and thereafter consoled those Vanaras as follows:
vrm.5.62 Hearing these words of Dadhimukha, the foremost of those Vanaras who displayed their heroism, quickly went again to madhuvana along with him.
vrm.5.62 Grasping a tree, Dadhimukha speedily took up his position in the middle of those Vanaras in Madhuvana.
vrm.5.62 Seeing Dadhimukha coming with anger, Hanuma along with eminent Vanaras ran towards him with speed.
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 That Dadhimukha, the valiant Elephant among the Vanaras, who was afflicted with his broken arms, thighs and shoulders, drenched as he was in blood, lost his consciousness for a moment.
vrm.5.62 That Dadhimukha, Sugreeva s maternal uncle, quickly recovering his breath, was enraged and resisted those Vanaras, who were highly intoxicated because of drinking of honey, by a proper reprimand.
vrm.5.62 Somehow released by those Vanaras that Dadhimukha the foremost among the Vanaras, went to a solitary place and spoke to his messengers who came there as follows: "Let these Vanaras stay here.
vrm.5.62 Thus speaking to the garden guards, the mighty Dadhimukha quickly springing up all at once, went to Kishkindha together with the garden guards.
vrm.5.62 That Dadhimukha, the Vanara, reached the place where that Sugreeva, the intelligent Vanara was there, within an interval of only a moment.
vrm.5.62 Seeing Rama, Lakshmana and Sugreeva, Dadhimukha descended to a level ground, from the sky.
vrm.5.62 That Dadhimukha of a great prowess, the supreme lord of the guards, surrounded by all those garden guards keeping a sad face, made a respectful salutation to Sugreeva with his head, by falling down and touching with his head, the auspicious feet of Sugreeva.
vrm.5.63 Just on seeing Dadhimukha, who fell touching his feet with his head, Sugreeva the chief of Vanaras, with an agitated mind, spoke the following words: "O valiant Vanara! Stand up, rise! Why have you fallen on my feet? I grant you immunity from fear.
vrm.5.63 Thus inspired by the high souled Sugreeva with confidence, that highly intelligent Dadhimukha, rising up, spoke the following words: "O king! Madhuvana was indeed not set free previously at any time by Riksharajas, your father, or by you, or by even Vali.
vrm.5.63 Lakshmana, the killer of hostile heroes and a very wise man, asked that Sugreeva, the excellent of Vanaras as follows while Dadhimukha was thus reporting to him: "O king! Why has this Vanara the garden protector, come here? Pointing out what matter has this Vanara in grief, spoken these words to you?"
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 "To tell this matter in sweet words, the Vanara renowned by Dadhimukha by name, with his celebrated prowess, has come here.
vrm.5.63 Hearing those words of Dadhimukha, Sugreeva with a charming neck, was very much pleased and further spoke to Dadhimukha, the guardian of the grove as follows: "I am happy that Madhuvana has been enjoyed by those Vanaras, who have accomplished their act.
vrm.5.64 Hearing the words of Sugreeva, Dadhimukha the Vanara was pleased and offered his salutation with reverence to Rama, Lakshmana
vrm.5.64 After offering salutation to Sugreeva and to the mighty Rama and Lakshmana, that Dadhimukha accompanied by his valiant Vanaras, sprang into the air.
vrm.5.64 That Dadhimukha, after entering Madhuvana, saw all the chiefs of Vanaras, who were free from their intoxication, having passed off the honey and who were inwardly excited.
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 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.6.30 O, king! Here is Sushena the son of Yama the Lord of Death who is valiant and virtuous, as well as a Vanara called Dadhimukha, the cool minded, who is the son of moon.
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.

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