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vrm.7.13 And while Kumbhakarna was overpowered by sleep, Dasanana without let began to destroy Devarshis, Yakshas and Gandharvas, and going to graceful gardens, Nandana, etc, he devastated them ruthlessly.
vrm.7.13 And having enquired after the welfare of the king as well as his kindred, Vibhishana, showed him unto Dasanana seated in his court.
vrm.7.14 And rendered inert and sore assailed, Dasanana was deprived of his movements with vollies of weapons remembling torrents of rain.
vrm.7.15 And then that foremost of Yakshas hit Dasanana with three darts as he was rushing in wrath.
vrm.7.16 Thereat, growing enraged, the reverend Nandi Sankara s other body spoke unto that Raksha Dasagriva present there; As O Dasanana, deriding me for my monkey like form, thou hast indulged in a laughter resembling the bursting of thunder, so Vanaras endowed with prowess, and possessed of my form and energy shall be born for compassing the destruction, of thy race.
vrm.7.16 But without heading Nandi s speech, that highly powerful one Dasanana coming to the mountan, said, O Gopati, I will even uproot this mountain, for whom Pushpaka was deprived of its motion as I was journeying.
vrm.7.16 Do thou propitiate Uma s lord the blue throated Mahadeva; for, O Dasanana, save him thy refuge see we none in this matter.
vrm.7.16 And thereat that Lord Mahadeva, pleased, set free the hands of Dasanana stationed at the top of the mount, and O Rama, addressed him, saying, O Dasanana, pleased am I with thee on account of thy hymns.
vrm.7.21 And leaving the councillors alone the highly powerful wariors of Yama rushed against Dasanana with a shower of spears.
vrm.7.23 And duly honored by them Dasanana passed there a year, without any feeling of that place being different from his own home: and spent his time agreeably.
vrm.7.24 Beholding him, Dasanana s hairs stood on their end his heart and body trembled.
vrm.7.28 And the highly powerful Dasanana too roared with his councillors.
vrm.7.31 And Dasanana, the lord of the lords of the three worlds, thus begs thee, with folded palms.
vrm.7.33 Having beheld his own army slain by the Devas the highly powerful Dasanana, enraged, entered the ocean of celestial army and slaying the Devas in the conflict confronted Sakra.
vrm.7.33 And the Rakshasa chief Dasanana, having long arms, also assailed Indra with hundreds of shafts discharged of his bow.
vrm.7.38 Having drunk up the glories of my son thou hast announced thine own ;so I do say, O my son, do thou release Dasanana.
vrm.7.38 And being released by the influence of Pulastya, the highly powerful Dasanana, the king of Rakshasas, accepted his hospitality and being embraced by him, returned home ashamed.
vrm.7.38 Having acquired friendship with the thousand armed Arjuna, Dasanana, the king of Rakshasas.
vrm.7.39 Behold, O Dasanana, there lie the bones of all those, like conch, who came here to fight with the powerful king of Vanaras.
vrm.7.39 And having finished there Sandhya prayers and recited incantations he, with Dasanana, went to the nothern ocean.
vrm.7.39 Having got out Ravana from his arm pit, the foremost of Vanaras, laughing again and again said: Whence art thou coming?" Thereupon being surprised greatly, Dasanana, the king of Rakshasas, with eyes, shaking with exhaustion, said to the king of Vanaras: O king of Vanaras, resembling Mahendra, I am Ravana, the king of Rakshasas; I came here to fight: but I have beeen defeated by thee.
vrm.7.44 What is the use of speaking more, O Dasanana, He comprehends the three worlds, the mobile and immobile.
vrm.7.46 After Narada had reached there, the illustrious Dasanana went to that insular continent beyond even the reach of the Devas.
vrm.7.46 And Dasanana too away his golden car Pushpaka with them.
vrm.7.46 Dasanana, to a letter I followed the instructions of Sanatkumara.
vrm.7.48 Whereto the kings, greatly delighted, replied: "O Rama, it is by thy good fortune that thou hast come of victorious and been installed on the throne ;it is by thy good luck that thou hast got back Sita and the enemy Dasanana hath been vanquished.

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