Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 28 Aug 2011 17:05 and updated at 28 Aug 2011 17:05


vrm.1.1 a Rama" being the possessor of suchlike merits, whose truthfulness alone is his courage, embodied with best intrinsic values, ever involved in the welfare of people, besides being the dear and eldest son of Dasharatha, and hence the king Dasharatha affectionately intended to establish such a Rama as crown prince to all intents and purposes of country s welfare.
vrm.1.1 "Then on seeing the arrangements for the anointment of Rama as crown prince, Kaikeyi, the dear wife and a queen of Dasharatha, claimed boons that were once accorded to her by Dasharatha, which are the banishment of Rama and anointment of Bharata.
vrm.1.1 b "Bound by the truthfulness of his plighted word and by the halter of righteousness that king Dasharatha exiled his dear son Rama to forests.
vrm.1.1 Seetha", the best one among ladies, a possessor of all best qualities befitting to an ideal lady, the one who is as though fashioned by a Divine marvel, born in Janaka s family and became Dasharatha s daughter in law, and she who is the loving wife and an ever amiable alter ego of Rama, even she followed Rama to forests, as with Lady Rohini following the Moon.
vrm.1.1 b, a "The citizens of Ayodhya and even his father Dasharatha have followed that virtue souled Rama for a distance when he started on his exile.
vrm.1.1 "On Rama s going to Chitrakuta thus, King Dasharatha is aggrieved by the grief for son and went to heavens grieving for son.
vrm.1.1 b, a "On Dasharatha s departure to heavens, though Sage Vashishta and other Brahmans have impressed upon him for his investiture in kingship, and even though he is highly effectual to rule such a kingdom, he that Bharata refused the kingdom, and that self denying Bharata, for he is aloft the greed, grouse, and gripe, went to forests to pray for mercy at the feet of Rama.
vrm.1.1 a "He who is a great resplendent one and an enemy eliminator, that son of Dasharatha, Rama arrived close at Shabari, and Shabari venerated him, thoroughly.
vrm.1.3 Of Rama, Lakshmana and Seetha, also of King Dasharatha and his wives, and what bechanced on Rama when he was in kingdom Ayodhya Valmiki veritably discerned all that.
vrm.1.3 Dispute of Rama and Parashurama the merits of Rama, the son of Dasharatha and the preparations for anointing of Rama as crown prince Queen Kaikeyi s vicious intentions.
vrm.1.3 Disruption in royal unction of Raghava his exile to forests King Dasharatha s grief and bewailing, and thus his departing to other worlds.
vrm.1.5 As an improver of great kingdom Dasharatha the king made her as his abode, as Indra made heavens as his abode.
vrm.1.5 That city is surrounded with gateways and archways the front yards of buildings are well laid it is lodges all kinds of machinery, weaponry and craftsmen, and king Dasharatha dwells in such a city.
vrm.1.5 She that prosperous city Ayodhya is muchly crammed with many a eulogist and panegyrist, yet she is highly splendorous with many a bastion, flag and hundreds of batteries of canons, and Dasharatha dwells therein.
vrm.1.5 In such a city Dasharatha dwells.
vrm.1.5 With that kind of thousands of archers, and with speediest chariot warriors she that Ayodhya is filled with, and King Dasharatha made his abode in such a city.
vrm.1.6 He who is well versed in Veda s, who is a gatherer of all scholars, riches and forces as well, a foreseer and a great resplendent one, also one who is esteemed by urbanites and countrymen alike, one who is a top speeded chariot warrior aamong the emperors of Ikshwaku kings, one who has performed many Vedic rituals, a virtuous one, a great controller, a saint like kingly sage, one who he is renowned in all the three worlds, a mighty one with all his enemies eradicated, nevertheless who has friends, one who conquered all his senses, one who is similar to Indra, or Kubera on earth with his wealth, accumulations and other possessions, he that king Dasharatha while dwelling in the city of Ayodhya protected the world, like Manu, the foremost protector of mankind.
vrm.1.6 That city is well protected by that king from Ikshwaku dynasty namely Dasharatha, like Manu, the foremost king of mankind in earlier times.
vrm.1.6 a While residing in which city King Dasharatha ruled the world that city is further fortified up to two more Yojana s outside city, true to its name a Yodhya, an un assailable one.
vrm.1.6 In which city the great resplendent and admirable king Dasharatha resided, he ruled the world from that city with silenced enemies, like the moon governing the stars.
vrm.1.6 With gorgeous arches, castle door bars and with amazingly built houses that city is magnificent and auspicious one, and full with thousands of provincial kings too, and king Dasharatha, a coequal of Indra, indeed ruled that city which is true to its name.
vrm.1.7 The misters for the great soul from Ikshvaku kings of Emperor Dasharatha, are epitomised ones of their tactfulness, adroitness and are always obliged to undertake welfare activities of their king and the kingdom.
vrm.1.7 Eight ministers are there for that valiant and glorious King Dasharatha, who are clean at heart and are involved in the works of the king and kingdom at all time.
vrm.1.7 Two venerable saints of eminence are religious ministers for they are authorities in Vedic rituals, namely Vashishta and Vamadeva, who are the acquiescent with religious matters, and apart from these two some more religious ministers are also there to King Dasharatha.
vrm.1.7 Well dressed and well decorated and they the ministers of King Dasharatha, observe decency in the interest of the king and also of the kingdom, with diligence and with a truthful eye.
vrm.1.7 Accompanied with such of those effectual and good natured ministers the exalted king Dasharatha ruled the earth.
vrm.1.7 He that most generous one among men, Dasharatha, while observing through spies, and to protect people righteously, and to give a good governance to them, he forsook unrighteousness and became a generous king avowed to truthfulness alone, and thus he that Dasharatha ruled the earth, which rulership is renowned in all the three worlds.
vrm.1.7 Emperor Dasharatha has not encountered either a superior or an equal in his kingship, and to him there are many friends, subdued are his
vrm.1.7 In the company of those ministers, who are conducive to the strategies, interested in the king and subjects as well, skilful and efficient ones, he that King Dasharatha obtained brilliance, like the rising Sun along with resplendent sunrays.
vrm.1.8 To him, to such an effectual and virtuously great souled King Dasharatha, a dynasty enriching son is not begotten though his heart is burning to beget children.
vrm.1.8 Then on adoring them virtuous King Dasharatha spoke this impressible sentence that included justification and meaning.
vrm.1.8 All of them becoming happy have also said to King Dasharatha, let the paraphernalia be provided, and your ritual Horse be released.
vrm.1.8 Then King Dasharatha is gladdened on hearing the sayings of those Brahmans.
vrm.1.8 The tigerly king and highly intellectual Dasharatha, on saying thus to his ministers who are still in his audience, sent away those ministers also, and he entered his palace.
vrm.1.9 Sumantra, the charioteer and one of the misters of King Dasharatha, having heard all about the king s desire to perform a Vedic ritual, said this in confidence to king, "oh, king, I will tell an early legend, an early legendary narration that I listened.
vrm.1.9 Thus the charioteer and the Minister Sumantra completed his narration in confidence to King Dasharatha.
vrm.1.9 Then King Dasharatha is delighted and in turn spoke to Sumantra "By what idea Rishyasringa is brought to Anga kingdom, that shall be said.
vrm.1.10 Sumantra thus motivated by King Dasharatha, said these words to king "Oh! King, how and with which idea Sage Rishyasringa is brought by the ministers of Romapada, all that will be spoken.
vrm.1.10 Thus that great fulgent Rishyasringa lived in Anga kingdom along with his wife Shanta, and with all his desires fulfilled and also well worshipped" Thus Sumantra said the legend of Rishyasringa to King Dasharatha.
vrm.1.11 A king named Dasharatha will be born into Ikshwaku dynasty who will be very virtuous, resplendent and truthful one to his vow.
vrm.1.11 King Dasharatha will befriend the king of Anga and the king of Anga
vrm.1.11 The son of the king of Anga, the earlier king of Anga kingdom, will be known as Romapada, or also know as Chitraratha, and the highly renowned king Dasharatha approaches Romapada.
vrm.1.11 Then king Dasharatha says to king of Anga oh, righteous one, I am childless and hence I intend to perform a Vedic ritual.
vrm.1.11 On hearing those words of king Dasharatha that benevolent soul Romapada, the king of Anga, considers heartily and agrees to send the one who endows progeny by rituals, namely Sage Rishyasringa his son in law.
vrm.1.11 father in law, that king Dasharatha gets rid of his febrile condition and will accomplish that Vedic ritual, feeling very felicitous in the depths of his heart.
vrm.1.11 That king, the desirer of glory, the knower of virtue and the lord of people, namely Dasharatha will be requesting that best Brahman Rishyasringa with his palms adjoined in supplication for the conduct of ritual, for progeny and even for his heavenly abodes, and that king of all the quarters of earth will accomplish those desires from that eminent Brahman Rishyasringa.
vrm.1.11 There will be four sons to king Dasharatha that abound with valour, enrich dynasty s reputation and they will be renowned among all beings.
vrm.1.11 thus Sumantra continued his narration to Dasharatha.
vrm.1.11 On hearing the word of advise from charioteer, Dasharatha became gladsome and made Sumantra to reiterate to that sage also, for his approval, then Dasharatha travelled to the place where that Brahman Rishyasringa is, along with the inmates of palace chambers and ministers too.
vrm.1.11 On crossing over the rivers and forests slowly and steadily Dasharatha entered that kingdom where that eminent Brahman is there.
vrm.1.11 b, a Then Dasharatha saw that best Brahman who he is nearby king Romapada, andwho is resplendent like ritual fire.
vrm.1.11 Then king Romapada gladdened at heart of hearts paid excellent respects to king Dasharatha procedurally and in view of their friendship.
vrm.1.11 b, a Then Romapada informed the wise sage Rishyasringa about the friendship and relation with Dasharatha, and then that sage worshipped king Dasharatha in his return.
vrm.1.11 b, a Thus well received by king Romapada, king Dasharatha spent seven to eight
vrm.1.11 So said Dasharatha to Romapada.
vrm.1.11 king Dasharatha, and addressed these words to that Brahman sage and his son in law, Sage Rishyasringa You may proceed along with your wife.
vrm.1.11 b, a Then king Dasharatha who set forth to Ayodhya bade farewell to his friend king Romapada, and he firstly sent quick footed messengers to Ayodhya to inform his citizens about his arrival along with Sage Rishyasringa.
vrm.1.11 Thus, king Dasharatha ordered messengers that are sent beforehand.
vrm.1.11 b, a Then king Dasharatha keeping Rishyasringa before him entered the well decorated city Ayodhya amidst the full sounding of conch shells and drumbeats.
vrm.1.11 b, a Then all the citizens are very happy on seeing that Brahman, Sage Rishyasringa, who is well honoured and being entered into the city by their king Dasharatha, as has been done once by Indra when he entered sage Kashyapa s son Vamana, the dwarfish boy and the incarnation of Vishnu, into heavens, and thus those citizens felt that their human lord Dasharatha vies with divine lord Indra.
vrm.1.11 Dasharatha entered the sage into the palace chambers and worshipped him there as ordained in the scriptures, and in bringing the Sage here into his country, king Dasharatha believed that his desired is fulfilled.
vrm.1.11 Shanta thus being admired by all of them, and in an exceptional manner by Dasharatha, comfortably resided there along with her husband, the Vedic scholar Rishyasringa.
vrm.1.12 After a lapse some time when spring season has come the king Dasharatha desired to perform the Vedic ritual.
vrm.1.12 Then bowing his head before that Brahmana sage Rishyasringa whose is glow is like that of a deity, King Dasharatha verily beseeched that sage to conduct Vedic ritual on his behalf as he wished to beget progeny to maintaining his family line.
vrm.1.12 Then King Dasharatha said to his best minister Sumantra, "Let the Vedic scholars and ritual conductors like Sages Suyajna, Vamadeva, Jabali, and Kaashyapa, along with the family priest Vashishta, as well as other Vedic Brahmans that are there, they all be invited swiftly.
vrm.1.12 Then the virtuous king Dasharatha having offered due worships to all the sages and saints brought in by Sumantra, uttered these words which are with virtue and meaning, in an impressible manner.
vrm.1.12 The Vedic seers thus blessed Dasharatha.
vrm.1.12 On the departure of the prominent Brahmans, King Dasharatha sent off those ministers who are still available there for further orders from the king, and then he the great resplendent king has entered his own palace.
vrm.1.13 On completion of one full year another springtime arrived, and then Dasharatha a determined one to beget progeny by performing Horse Ritual entered the ritual hall.
vrm.1.13 Greeting and even adoring the Sage Vashishta customarily Dasharatha said these very humble words to him.
vrm.1.13 b, a "You personally invite Janaka the king of Mithila, a valiant one and an advocate of truth, honouring his well and duly bearing in mind that he is a long time associate of our King Dasharatha, hence I am telling you in the first instance.
vrm.1.13 "Likewise, King of Kekaya, an elderly, very virtuous, and also the father in law of our Lion King Dasharatha, you personally invite him along with his sons.
vrm.1.13 Romapada", the lord of Anga kingdom and the user of great bow, let that illustrious one be invited well honoured, for he is the friend of our Lion king Dasharatha.
vrm.1.13 Further, taking the orders of King Dasharatha and motivated by those orders, the kings of Sindhu, Sauviira and Sauraastra kingdoms may also be invited.
vrm.1.13 a Then in some days and nights many kings have arrived taking precious gems with them as gifts for Dasharatha.
vrm.1.13 Then the well pleased Sage Vashishta said this to King Dasharatha "the kings from distant kingdoms have arrived at your behest, oh, tigerly man, and thse best kings are well honoured by me also as per their status.
vrm.1.13 Said Sage Vashishta to King Dasharatha.
vrm.1.13 Thus, on a good day while the ruling star of the day is favourable, King Dasharatha came forth towards the ritual hall according to the advice of both the sages Vashishta and Rishyasringa.
vrm.1.13 When all have entered the ritual hall as per canons and custom, that glorious king Dasharatha along with his wives undertook vow of ritual.
vrm.1.14 Then after completion of one year and on regaining the ritual Horse, the Emperor Dasharatha commenced his Vedic Ritual on the northern banks of River Sarayu.
vrm.1.14 Keeping Rishyasringa at the helm of affairs those eminent Brahmans commenced, Ashvamedha, the Horse ritual of that noble souled Dasharatha.
vrm.1.14 The oblations addressed to Indra are well given as ordained, and the flawless king Dasharatha also crushed the Soma creeper to squeeze Soma juice, and thus the mid day Savana ritual has come to pass according to sequence.
vrm.1.14 Like that those proficient Brahmans have also performed the third Savana ritual of that great exalted soul Dasharatha according to the viewpoint of scriptures.
vrm.1.14 Elderly people, sick ones, women and children though dining on always thus, there is no satisfaction to Emperor Dasharatha, for it appeared to be too meagre a serving and a lot more is to be served.
vrm.1.14 To that ritual of that great souled Dasharatha masses of men and women have arrived from different countries, and they are all well pleased with the sumptuous food and drink supplied.
vrm.1.14 There is no scholar without the knowledge of the six branches of Vedas, none who is an unavowed scholar, none who heard learnt less scriptures, and none among the members of the ritual of that king Dasharatha is an inexpert in debating, thus all are scholarly Brahmans.
vrm.1.14 Three hundred animals are tied to the ritual posts, along with the gemlike best ritual Horse of that King Dasharatha.
vrm.1.14 The king Dasharatha smelt the smell of smoke as per time and procedure to cleanse his own sin.
vrm.1.14 As the promoter of his own dynasty that king Dasharatha donated eastern side to Hota, western to Adhvaryu, and southern to Brahma.
vrm.1.14 On completing the ritual thus that best man Dasharatha justifiably donated those lands to the officiating priests, called Ritwiks, to promote of his dynasty.
vrm.1.14 The king Dasharatha, the lord of people, thus requested by the scholarly Vedic Brahmans gave them millions of Cows, ten of ten million gold coins, and the silver four times thereof.
vrm.1.14 a, a Then to the other Brahmans who arrived there to see the ritual, King Dasharatha sincerly donated ten million gold coins.
vrm.1.14 b, a Then that benevolent and valiant King Dasharatha prostrated on ground venerating the Brahmans, and the Brahmans too chanted various blessing hymns on that prostrating king.
vrm.1.14 b, a Thereafter king Dasharatha said to sage Rishyasringa thus, "oh, sage with best vows, you alone are eligible to perform the ritual for the expansion of my dynasty.
vrm.1.14 b, a That best Brahman Rishyasringa saying yes to the proposal, said this to king Dasharatha, "oh, king, there will be four sons to you that ennoble your dynasty.
vrm.1.14 b, c On hearing the sweet words of Sage Rishyasringa, he that king of kings Dasharatha went into a state of ecstasy and venerating that great soul, Rishyasringa, again said this to him.
vrm.1.15 "Oh! Vishnu, desiring prosperity in all the worlds we nominate you to become the son of the ruler and lord of Ayodhya, namely Dasharatha, who is a virtuous one, renowned one and one whose resplendence equals that of the sages, and oh, Vishnu, through the wives of such a king Dasharatha, who are in similitude with the Hri, the virtue, Shrii, the affluence, and Kiirti, the glory, you have a fourfold transformation and take birth as their son.
vrm.1.15 "Oh! Vishnu, on your taking birth as human through the wives of Dasharatha you eliminate Ravana in war, who has become exacerbating and thorny to all worlds, and who is otherwise not eliminable for Devas.
vrm.1.15 b, a And then that lotus petal eyed one agreeing to manifest himself in fourfold way is predisposed towards Dasharatha to be his father.
vrm.1.16 b, On hearing that speech of Devas said that way, he that kind hearted Vishnu then chose Dasharatha as his father in human world.
vrm.1.16 During that time the great resplendent king and an enemy subduer Dasharatha is performing Putrakaamesti ritual, desiring progeny as he is sonless.
vrm.1.16 Then, from Fire of Altar Dasharatha s ritual there emerged a greatly vigorous and energetic Divine Being with an unparalleled resplendence, called Yajnapurusha.
vrm.1.16 That divine person on observing king Dasharatha said these words "oh, king, you may know me as the being sent by Prajapati.
vrm.1.16 There after, king Dasharatha greeted that divine being with palms adjoining and said in reply, "oh, god, welcome to you, and what shall I do for you?" Then again, that divine being sent by Prajapati said these words, "oh, king, now you have obtained this dessert in golden vessel as you have propitiated Devas.
vrm.1.16 So said the divine being to Dasharatha.
vrm.1.16 With high ecstasy Dasharatha revered that Ritual Being, the Prajapatipurusha or Yajnapurusha an astonishing and delightful being in his appearance, and performed circumambulations around him.
vrm.1.16 On obtaining that dessert prepared by Devas then Dasharatha is highly gladdened like a pauper obtaining unforeseen wealth.
vrm.1.16 Lit up with beams of happiness Dasharatha s palace chambers shone forth like the autumnal sky brightened with moonbeams.
vrm.1.16 Then Dasharatha on entering palace chambers spoke this to queen Kausalya, "Receive this dessert to beget your son.
vrm.1.16 Then on seeing his queens with confirmed pregnancies Dasharatha regained his lost heart for sons, and he is gladdened like Vishnu, who will always be gladsome when worshipped by Devas, namely Indra and others, as well as by the assemblages of great souls, sages.
vrm.1.17 When Vishnu attained the sonship of the great souled king Dasharatha, then Brahma the self created addressed all of the Devas this way.
vrm.1.18 On the competition of the Horse ritual of high souled Dasharatha, the golds having received their portion of sacrificial oblation returned to their abodes as they have come.
vrm.1.18 The other kings who arrived for the ritual are delighted when befittingly honoured by the king Dasharatha, and they too returned to their countries, after suitably adoring the eminent sage Vashishta.
vrm.1.18 On the departure of visiting kings, then that fortunate king Dasharatha entered the city Ayodhya, keeping eminent Brahman priests ahead of him in the procession.
vrm.1.18 Well adored by king Dasharatha sage Rishyasringa also travelled along with his wife Shanta, followed by his father in law King Romapada, and along with other co travellers, namely the entourage of Romapada.
vrm.1.18 On dispersing all of them king Dasharatha gratifyingly dwelled there in Ayodhya, with a satiated heart dwelling upon the birth of his sons.
vrm.1.18 Thus there are four great souled sons of Dasharatha, born on separate instances, who are virtuous, charming, and by brilliance they are in similitude with two stars of each of the asterisms called Puurvabhadra and Uttarabhaadra.
vrm.1.18 a Among those princes the eldest one Rama is like a flagstaff and a delight of his father Dasharatha, and he became acceptable to all beings like the self created Brahma.
vrm.1.18 b, a King Dasharatha is highly gladdened with four of his highly fortunate sons like the Forefather Brahma with Devas in heaven.
vrm.1.18 When all of the four sons are thus prospering with prudence, gifted with all the merits, self conscious to do wrong deeds, well known for their gentility, knowers of pros and cons and even the conscientious princes, then their father Dasharatha is contented in respect of all of them who are such radiantly brilliant and potential princes, like Brahma.
vrm.1.18 b, a Then the noble souled Dasharatha contemplated along with his priestly teachers and relatives about the matrimonial alliances of his sons.
vrm.1.18 b, a While the great souled Dasharatha is discussing the marriages of princes among his ministers, the highly powerful sage Vishvamitra arrived.
vrm.1.18 Desirous to have an audience with king Vishvamitra said to the doorkeeper, Let the king be informed quickly that I, the son of Gadhi from the dynasty of Kushi, have come b, a On listening those words all the doorkeepers are dumbfounded, and ushered by those words they quickly rushed to the place of Dasharatha.
vrm.1.18 Then on their arriving at the king s palace the doorkeepers have announced to the king of Ikshvaku s, namely Dasharatha, about the arrival of sage Vishvamitra.
vrm.1.18 b, a On hearing that message from doorkeepers Dasharatha is highly pleased and he has gone towards Vishvamitra in a self possessed manner along with royal priests, as Indra would ceremoniously go towards Brahma.
vrm.1.18 b, a On receiving water from the king scripturally and customarily Vishvamitra enquired after the well being and welfare of king Dasharatha.
vrm.1.18 b, a Sage Vishvamitra asked Dasharatha, Are all of the provincial kings acquiescent to you, and all your enemies conquered? Are you properly performing the devotional and social works? b, a And on meeting the eminent sage Vashishta and with them the other exalted sages according to custom Vishvamitra asked after their well being.
vrm.1.18 Then adoringly invited by the king Dasharatha all of them gladly entered the palace and they took their seats according to protocol.
vrm.1.18 b, a Then the very generous king Dasharatha is gladdened at heart at the arrival of Vishvamitra, and he spoke this way feeling happy to adore that sage.
vrm.1.18 b, c On hearing the words of high minded Dasharatha, said that way in all his
vrm.1.19 On listening the grand and detailed sentences of that King the lion Dasharatha, the great resplendent Sage Vishvamitra is thrilled with happiness and spoke this way.
vrm.1.19 b, a Oh, Dasharatha, you may send Rama if only your ministers and all the other elite headed by Vashishta are going to give assent.
vrm.1.19 Thus Vishvamitra said to Dasharatha.
vrm.1.19 b, a On hearing the propitious words of sage Vishvamitra that best king Dasharatha shuddered and swooned as he is muffled up with profound adversity, and after that on regaining consciousness he sunk down in fear.
vrm.1.19 b, This way on hearing that word of the saint Vishvamitra which is explicitly slitting his mind and heart that illustrious and noble souled king Dasharatha then became
vrm.1.20 On hearing what is spoken by Vishvamitra the tigerly king Dasharatha became insensate for a time, and on redeeming senses he said this.
vrm.1.20 Thus Dasharatha asked Vishvamitra insistently.
vrm.1.20 Thus Sage Vishvamitra said to Dasharatha.
vrm.1.20 b, Thus when he is said so by that sage Vishvamitra, then the king Dasharatha spoke to the sage, I myself am not capable of standing against that evil minded Ravana, in truth, where is the question of deputing my young Rama to confront him?
vrm.1.20 Thus, by the incongruous talk of Dasharatha, the outstanding Brahman and son of Sage Kushi, namely sage Vishvamitra is overwhelmed with outrageous anger by his mentation, and that fire like glorious sage looked like the ritual fire into which many inflammable oblations are offered, and which is drenched with a lot of clarified butter, whereby it is flaring up its tongues.
vrm.1.21 On hearing the wavery words of Dasharatha that are full of fond for his son, Vishvamitra wrathfully replied this sentence to the king.
vrm.1.21 Thus the prominent king from Raghu dynasty, namely Dasharatha, became serene minded by sage Vashishta s words, and he who is supreme among other kings and who has pronounced renown, that Dasharatha then gladly and wholeheartedly consented to the travel of Rama along with the sage Vishvamitra.
vrm.1.22 When Vashishta said that way king Dasharatha with an air of satisfaction personally fetched Rama along with Lakshmana.
vrm.1.22 Rama is blessed for a propitious travel firstly by his mother Kausalya and then by his father king Dasharatha, thereupon the royal priest Vashishta rendered Vedic hymns blessing the journey, then Dasharatha well pleased in his heart of hearts kissed his son Rama on forehead and entrusted him to Vishvamitra.
vrm.1.22 Though both Rama and Lakshmana slept on an undeserving grass bed, nestled by the comfortable words of Vishvamitra that night is as though pleasant to the noteworthy children of Dasharatha.
vrm.1.24 b, a On seeing a horrendous and uninhibited forest, Rama, the son of the best king Dasharatha asked the eminent sage Vishvamitra.
vrm.1.26 "What my great souled father Dasharatha directed me to do among elders in Ayodhya, that word too cannot be disregarded.
vrm.1.26 On listening sage Vishvamitra s words, Dasharatha s son Rama, comfortably stayed that night there in that forest of Tataka.
vrm.1.30 "My purpose in conducting the ritual is fully realised, oh, dextrous Rama, and you too, as a highly illustrious prince, have actualised the word of honour of your mentor, where one mentor is your father King Dasharatha and other is myself, and likewise oh, valiant Rama the glory of this Accomplished hermitage is also actualised.
vrm.1.48 a, b King Sumati is highly astonished to hear the words of Vishvamitra about the visit of Rama and Lakshmana, and treating them to have come as the most prominent and honour worthy guests that king started to honour those two great mighty sons of Dasharatha customarily.
vrm.1.48 When that unassailable son of Dasharatha, namely Rama, arrives at this squalid forest, for it will be henceforth rendered so along with you, then you will be purified.
vrm.1.50 On hearing the words of great souled Janaka, Vishvamitra whose anima is immeasurable, has announced that those two as the sons of king Dasharatha.
vrm.1.66 These two are the sons of Dasharatha, well renowned Kshatriya s in world, and they are desirous to see that marvellous bow which has a place with you.
vrm.1.66 If Rama strings the bowstring of that bow, oh, sage, I will offer my daughter, whose birth is non uterine, to Dasharatha s Rama.
vrm.1.67 Oh, godly sage, the gallantry of Dasharatha s Rama is evidently seen.
vrm.1.67 My daughter Seetha on getting Dasharatha s Rama as her husband, she will bring celebrity to the lineage of Janaka s.
vrm.1.67 With their observant submissions those ministers will narrate in detail about the sincere endowment of Seetha as bravery s bounty to Rama, and they will lead king Dasharatha into my city that observantly.
vrm.1.67 Those ministers will also tell the king Dasharatha that both the Kakutstha s, Rama and Lakshmana, are under the aegis of saint Vishvamitra, and thus gladdening that king they will expeditiously usher in king
vrm.1.67 Dasharatha for marriage.
vrm.1.67 Vishvamitra said, so be it, quot and then that right minded king Janaka on consulting with his ministers started to send his ministers, plenipotentiaries, to Ayodhya to inform Dasharatha in detail as to what has happened, and likewise to bring him to Mithila.
vrm.1.68 On going to the palace those envoys are given an audience with the consent of Dasharatha, and when they are conducted into the palace chambers they have seen the elderly king Dasharatha gleaming like a god.
vrm.1.68 Completely gone is the angst of all the legates on seeing godly Dasharatha, and all of them adjoing palms in reverence said this compliant and mellowly worded sentence to the king.
vrm.1.68 Oh, exalted emperor Dasharatha! Janaka, the lineal king of Janaka s and the present sovereign of Mithila is asking time and time again with mellowly words instilled with friendliness, after the wellbeing and after the
vrm.1.68 Oh, Emperor Dasharatha, your young and valorous son who serendipitously arrived at Mithila along with his younger brother Lakshmana,
vrm.1.68 Also, oh, highly dextrous king Dasharatha, noble souled Rama wrecked that divine bow, which is a gem of a bow among bows, at its central point before a grand assembly of people.
vrm.1.68 King Dasharatha is highly gladdened on hearing that message from the delegates, and said this way to Vashishta, Vamadeva, and to his other ministers, as well.
vrm.1.68 Thus Dasharatha informed his counsel.
vrm.1.68 quot and then that highly pleased king Dasharatha said to the ministers, we travel tomorrow.
vrm.1.68 quot The ministers of king Janaka who are gifted with all talents are given grateful hospitality by Dasharatha, and they all dwelt that night in Ayodhya, overjoyed at the successful completion of their august legatine, called Seetha kalyaan.
vrm.1.69 On the next dawn that heartened king Dasharatha who is with his teachers and his relatives then said this to his minister Sumantra.
vrm.1.69 Thus Dasharatha ordered.
vrm.1.69 Travelling on a four day route Dasharatha reached the fringes of Videha kingdom, and on hearing this, the illustrious king Janaka arranged for welcome ceremonies at the outskirts of the city.
vrm.1.69 Then the king Janaka who is by far gladdened went into a state of ecstatic elation when he met the senescent king and paladin of people, namely Dasharatha, as the pace for the marriage celebrations is quickened because of the immediate arrival of Dasharatha.
vrm.1.69 And the best one among men, king Janaka, gleefully said this commendable sentence to Dasharatha, the best legatee of Raghu, "oh, king, a hearty welcome to you.
vrm.1.69 b, a On hearing that sentence of king Janaka the sententious king Dasharatha replied the king Janaka from amongst the sages.
vrm.1.69 On listening that sentence of that affirmer of principles, namely Dasharatha, that which is conformable to the principles of marriages and familial glory, a thrill of joy came over the king of Videha.
vrm.1.69 b, a Then that most brilliant Rama, keeping Vishvamitra ahead, and strutting in step with Lakshmana, strutted to touch the feet of his father Dasharatha.
vrm.1.69 On seeing his two sons, the super medallists in Raghu s dynasty, King Dasharatha is highly rejoiced and he resided in Mithila with a high contentment, for the reverence of Janaka is that high.
vrm.1.70 Oh, minister plenipotentiary, Sudaamana, you please proceed immediately to king Dasharatha, the legatee of Ikshvaku s with illimitable resplendence, and let that invincible king Dasharatha be led hither along with his sons and along with his Vedic celebrants.
vrm.1.70 promoter of Raghu s heritage, namely Dasharatha, and he said this on appearing before that king duly bowing down and hailing the king.
vrm.1.70 The minister Sudaamana said so to Dasharatha.
vrm.1.70 On hearing that best minister s words, then king Dasharatha came to the place where Janaka is available, along with his kinsmen and the assemblages of sages.
vrm.1.70 b, a That sententious king Dasharatha said this to the king from the lineage of Videha kings, Janaka, who is with his mentors, kinsfolk, and ministers.
vrm.1.70 And, to the nod of Vishvamitra Dasharatha become reticent, and then the godly and sententious sage Vashishta who is along with
vrm.1.70 Aja was Naabhaaga s son and from Aja, this Dasharatha is
vrm.1.70 manifest, and from him, from this Dasharatha, these brothers, Rama and Lakshmana are born.
vrm.1.71 b, a "Oh, king Dasharatha, let the preceding ritual of Samaavartna, be undertaken, and let Pitris be propitiated by the ritual,
vrm.1.71 b, "Oh, great dextrous Dasharatha, the star ruling today is Magha, isn t it.
vrm.1.72 All these four sons of Dasharatha have handsomeness and youthfulness, and they are equal to the four rulers of the world from four quarters, and their valour vies with the valour of God Vishnu.
vrm.1.72 you may please preside over these thrones, that of mine, my brother s, and that of Dasharatha.
vrm.1.72 As to how this city Mithila appertains to Dasharatha, in the same way city of Ayodhya is mine.
vrm.1.72 The legatee of Raghu s king Dasharatha is gladdened while the
vrm.1.72 Dasharatha said thus.
vrm.1.72 On seeking leave of absence from the sovereign of people, Janaka, that highly renowned king Dasharatha promptly departed from there, keeping both of the eminent saints afore, namely Vishvamitra and Vashishta.
vrm.1.72 King Dasharatha on going to his visitatorial palace has
vrm.1.72 That lord of people king Dasharatha has righteously donated hundred thousand Cows to Brahman s, in the name of each of his four sons.
vrm.1.72 In that cow donation ceremony intended for his sons, he that best one among men and the one who is affectionate towards his sons, Dasharatha, the legatee of Raghu s, has donated on behalf of each of his sons, four hundred thousand Cows, that are abundant milkers, and that have golden casings on their horns, and that are with their calves, and along with milking jugs made with bell metal, and he even donated very many other kinds of assets to Brahmans.
vrm.1.72 the initiatory ceremonies of his sons, as well, he that serene king Dasharatha who is amidst the quartet of his sons, shone forth like serene Brahma, who is quartet faced, with the quartet of Veda s, and who is the overlord of mankind, amidst the quartet of presiding deities in the quartet of the world.
vrm.1.73 On which day the king Dasharatha made the impressive cow donations or, initiatory rites, on that day alone the valiant Yudhajit turned up.
vrm.1.73 Yudhajit, the son of Kekaya king and the brother of Kaikeyi, thus the direct maternal uncle of Bharata, having seen and asked after the wellbeing of Dasharatha said this to him.
vrm.1.73 Thus Yudhajit told Dasharatha.
vrm.1.73 Then king Dasharatha on seeing the adorable guest who arrived in his presence, and who is a merited one for adoration, Dasharatha adored Yudhajit well, with full observances.
vrm.1.73 b, a Then on taking rest for that night along with his noble minded sons, and again on getting up in the next morning, and on performing morning observances as a duty bound king, Dasharatha arrived at the hall of
vrm.1.73 Then that godly sage Vashishta on going from Vedic ritual hall to marriage hall said this to Janaka, Oh, best one among best people, oh, king Janaka, having performed the auspicious marriage thread ceremony, Dasharatha along with his sons is looking forward for the donor.
vrm.1.73 Hence let king Dasharatha come, and then on actualising this best marriage you too will be doing your best devoir as royal priest.
vrm.1.73 What for the king Dasharatha is dawdling.
vrm.1.73 On hearing that sentence of Janaka, then Dasharatha started
vrm.1.73 Then those legatees of Raghu went to their visitatorial palace with their wives, followed by king Dasharatha along with the assemblages of sages, kinfolks, queens and wives included, and Dasharatha feasted his eyes on sons and daughter in laws.
vrm.1.74 When that night is elapsing into the wee hours of next day, then the eminent saint Vishvamitra on asking for the leave of absence from those kings, Dasharatha and Janaka, and from both Rama and Lakshmana, he set out to northern mountains, namely Himalayas.
vrm.1.74 When Vishvamitra departed that ruler to the delight of people, namely Dasharatha, on asking leave of absence with king Janaka who outvies
vrm.1.74 b, a Having given many kinds of bridal gifts and having accompanied his daughters for a distance, then having received a bid adieu from Dasharatha, that sovereign of Mithila, Janaka, re entered is own palace in Mithila.
vrm.1.74 Even the king Dasharatha, the sovereign of Ayodhya proceeded with his noble souled sons, keeping all the sages in the fore, while his forces followed him.
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 On hearing all that is said by king Dasharatha, the instinctual sage Vashishta said this sentence in a soothing voice, I will tell apart the result of these auguries.
vrm.1.74 b, a Then Vashishta and the other sages, the king Dasharatha along with his sons remained there with animation, and everything and every other one available there has become inanimate.
vrm.1.74 b, a In that catastrophic darkness, that sand muffled military of king Dasharatha has seen the son of Sage Jamadagni, namely Bhargava Rama, the
vrm.1.74 inexorable Rama of Jamadagni started to talk to Rama of Dasharatha.
vrm.1.75 "Oh, valiant Rama of Dasharatha, your valour is bruited as a sensational valour, and sensational is your smashing of Shiva s bow, also thus I have thoroughly heard about your others deeds like elimination of Tataka et cetera.
vrm.1.75 So said Parashu Rama to Dasharatha Rama.
vrm.1.75 On hearing that sentence of Bhargava Rama, then king Dasharatha became a pitiable one, and with a downcast face and adjoined palms said this.
vrm.1.75 Thus Dasharatha had gone on appealing in his love for his sons.
vrm.1.75 While Dasharatha is speaking in that way that intransigent Bhargava Rama of Sage Jamadagni uncaring for those merciful words of Dasharatha addressed Rama of Dasharatha alone.
vrm.1.76 On hearing that sentence of Rama of Jamadagni, then Rama of Dasharatha said this to him in a courtly owing to the presence of his father Dasharatha.
vrm.1.76 On lifting up the bow that is already fitted with an arrow on bowstring, then Rama started to take aim with it, but being indecisive about the target, then Rama of Dasharatha irefully said this to Rama of Jamadagni.
vrm.1.76 Then, when Rama is ready to take aim with the arrow on that inscrutable longbow, and when the worlds are being rendered as insentient, then that Rama of Jamadagni is rendered vigourless and he stared up at Rama of Dasharatha.
vrm.1.76 Rama of Jamadagni is calloused as his vitality is subdued by the radiance of that lotus petal eyed Rama of Dasharatha, and he spoke to Rama of Dasharatha, slowly and softly.
vrm.1.76 So said Parashu Rama to Dasharatha Rama.
vrm.1.76 While Rama of Jamadagni is speaking that way, that venturesome and blessed Rama of Dasharatha shot off that nonpareil arrow from that longbow of Vishnu.
vrm.1.76 On seeing all of his realms of heavens are shot blasted by Rama of Dasharatha, Rama of Jamadagni vanished in a trice to Mountain Mahendra, the heavenly mountain.
vrm.1.76 Then that dab hand at axe, Rama of Jamadagni, on acclaiming, and even on making circumambulations to Rama of Dasharatha, went on his own way into oblivion.
vrm.1.77 On the departure of Rama of Jamadagni, that most glorious Rama of Dasharatha is quietened at heart, and he gave away that longbow of Vishnu into the hand of inimitable Rain god.
vrm.1.77 On paying respects to sage Vashishta and to the other important sages, Rama, the delight of Raghu s lineage, placatingly addressed his agitated father Dasharatha.
vrm.1.77 On hearing the words of Rama king Dasharatha hugged his son with both of his arms, and kissed on the forehead of Raghava, and king Dasharatha is gladdened to listen about the departure of Parashu Rama, and then he is further gladdened in deeming that he and his sons took a rebirth.
vrm.1.77 Then the King Dasharatha ordered that legion to move ahead, and then they all went towards delightful city Ayodhya, whose royal highways are wetted with water, sprinkled with bunches of flowers, decorated with banners and bannerettes up above them, and reverberating with high sounding bugle horns.
vrm.1.77 Further, those highways are replete with urbanites welcomers who are handling welcoming kits which are golden handy crates or plates in which lit camphor, fragrant incenses, vermilion powder, flowers to shower on the incomers are arranged, and those highways are well decorated with throngs of people who are glee faced at their king s re entry, and into such an exhilarating city Ayodhya king Dasharatha and his retinue entered.
vrm.1.77 a When the citizenry and city dwelling Brahman s have received him from a distance, that illustrious king Dasharatha followed by his phenomenal and praiseworthy sons then entered his happy house and home, which is like the lofty and lordly Himalayan palazzo.
vrm.1.77 b, In palace king Dasharatha is overjoyed when he is surrounded with his own inmates of palace chambers, and when his long cherished ambitions have come true, while his queens, Kausalya, Sumitra, and slender waisted Kaikeyi and other wives are overjoyed in the functions of receiving the four brides.
vrm.1.77 b, a Then after sometime that king Dasharatha, the legatee of Raghu s, spoke to his and Kaikeyi s son, Bharata.
vrm.1.77 thus Dasharatha bade farewell to Bharata suggesting that Bharata may now go with Yudhajit.
vrm.1.77 On hearing the opinion of Dasharatha, Bharata, the son of Kaikeyi, then readied himself to travel along with Shatrughna to Kekaya province.
vrm.1.77 b, a That way Dasharatha is pleased with the deportment and comportment of Rama, likewise the Brahman s and urbanites, and even all of the indwellers in the entire kingdom are pleased, and he who has high distinction, his truthfulness alone is his vantage point, and whose hallmarks are of higher degree, that Rama has manifested himself to those subjects in the kingdom, and even to all of the living beings in the world, as the Self Created Brahma.
vrm.1.77 Seetha has become the beloved of Rama as she is wedded with the assent of his father Dasharatha, further Rama s love for Seetha burgeoned by virtue of Seetha s own virtues and loveliness.
vrm.1.77 When passionately conjugated with such a princess from the irreproachable king Janaka, Rama, the son of sagely king Dasharatha, has enthusiastically shone forth like the God of Gods and the Efficient Cause, namely Vishnu, when He is together with Goddess Lakshmi.
vrm.3.4 "He that truth abiding, virtuous, and the flawless Rama of Dasharatha is carried off along with Lakshmana by the Rakshasa with a ferocious look.
vrm.3.4 "When entreated by me, he that greatly renowned Kubera said to me, When Dasharatha s Rama kills you in a fight.
vrm.3.12 "A king named Dasharatha was there, his eldest son and the dynamic one, Rama has arrived along with his wife Seetha to see the sage.
vrm.3.12 a Sons" of King Dasharatha, Rama and also thus Lakshmana have entered the threshold of hermitage along with the wife of Rama, namely Seetha.
vrm.3.13 Indeed all of this episode of yours is known to me, oh, merited one, by the ability of my asceticism, and also by my friendship with Dasharatha.
vrm.3.16 "Whose husband is Dasharatha and whose son is gentle Bharata, how then can she, our mother Kaikeyi, is with this sort of cruel disposition, indeed" Thus Lakshmana spoke to Rama on their way to River Godavari.
vrm.3.17 "A king named Dasharatha was there with his godlike valour, I am his eldest son, and people hear of me by name Rama.
vrm.3.19 "Those two are in adulthood, good looking, gentle yet greatly mighty, eyes broad like lotuses, dressed in jute cloths and Deerskin, subsistent on fruits and tubers, composed, sagacious and celibate, and they are the sons of Dasharatha, namely Rama and Lakshmana.
vrm.3.20 "We the sons of Dasharatha are brothers named Rama and Lakshmana, and we entered the impenetrable forests Dandaka along with Seetha.
vrm.3.21 "You will completely and quickly evanish, indeed, subjugated by resplendence of Rama, for that Dasharatha s son Rama possess that kind of resplendence, in effect.
vrm.3.29 "On killing average Rakshasas in war, oh, son of Dasharatha, how you praise yourself when you yourself are un praiseworthy?" Thus Khara started to speak to Rama.
vrm.3.30 b, a "That which is the task of ours it is accomplished by you, oh, son of Dasharatha, now that Dandaka is unimpeded these great sages will be practising their respective sacred devoirs in it.
vrm.3.31 "He is a youth whose shoulders are mighty, arms round and lengthy, built like that a lion, who is the son of Dasharatha and known as Rama.
vrm.3.34 b, a Dasharatha" s son Rama is the one with inescapable arms and keen eyed, but has jute cloths and skin of black deer for his dress, yet in semblance he is similar to the Kamadeva.
vrm.3.37 kingdom for her son Bharata, and even that of Dasharatha, viz.
vrm.3.38 "The virtue souled great saint Vishvamitra who was highly scared of me, then on going to Dasharatha in person that great saint spoke this to that lord of people.
vrm.3.38 b, a An awesome dismay has befallen owing to this Maricha, oh, lord of people Dasharatha, let Rama safeguard me becoming alert at the opportune time of the Vedic ritual.
vrm.3.38 b a "When he is spoken in that way, then that virtue souled king Dasharatha replied that great fortunate and great saint Vishvamitra in this way.
vrm.3.38 So said Dasharatha to Vishvamitra.
vrm.3.47 "In the thirteenth year the lordly king Dasharatha deliberated together with his imperial ministers to anoint Rama as Crown Prince of Ayodhya.
vrm.3.47 "When Raghava s anointment was being organised my venerable mother in law known as Kaikeyi begged her husband Dasharatha for a boon.
vrm.3.47 b, a "But Rama s father Dasharatha was lovesick for Kaikeyi and to fulfil her desired aspiration that great king did not anoint Rama.
vrm.3.47 "Which odds are there between a Lion and a Fox in a given forest, which odds are there between a turbid rivulet and an ocean, and which odds are there between a fine wine and sour gruel, likewise you are also at odds with the son of Dasharatha.
vrm.3.47 "Which imparity is there among the metals of gold and lead, which imparity is there among the waters of sandalwood and sewage, which imparity is there between an Elephant and a wildcat of forests, such an imparity exists between you and the son of Dasharatha.
vrm.3.47 "Which dissimilarity obtains betwixt a crow and an eagle, which dissimilarity obtains betwixt a waterfowl and a peacock, which dissimilarity obtains betwixt a swan and a falcon living in forest, such a dissimilarity obtains betwixt you and the son of Dasharatha.
vrm.3.48 "Though Rama is the eldest son, king Dasharatha established his dear son Bharata as king, and because Rama is spineless he is put to flight to forests, and now, what is he and what am I, in matter of sovereignty.
vrm.3.50 a Rama", the son of Dasharatha, is the master of all the world, one similar to Mahendra and Varuna and the one who is connected with the well being of all the world.
vrm.3.50 "But I must definitely accomplish something to forestall you till they come, for I cannot willingly depart from here to fetch any of the two brothers, and that deed I needs must do shall be agreeable to the great souled Rama, likewise even to Dasharatha, even at the stake of my life.
vrm.3.56 "He whose son is Raghava, is a resolute king known as Dasharatha.
vrm.3.56 Such a Dasharatha s son who is virtue souled one, who is highly renowned in all the three worlds for his ambidexterity and perspicacity, and who is known as Rama is my husband and a god to me.
vrm.3.58 On seeing dreary Lakshmana coming into the void of forest devoid of Vaidehi, then the virtue souled Rama, the son of Dasharatha, has asked him impatiently.
vrm.3.61 by my own agony my father and that great king Dasharatha will definitely observe me in the other world.
vrm.3.61 a When I go to other world after my death our father Dasharatha who is already staying there will deride me saying, when I have directed you for a fourteen year exile, and when you too have assuredly agreed and promised me for that term, how you have to my presence in this ultramundane world without completing that term of fourteen year exile, besides breaking your own word of honour.
vrm.3.61 Those two sons of Dasharatha have started a thorough search for Seetha in forests, on mountains, also thus at rivers and lakes.
vrm.3.64 Then Rama of Dasharatha said to the hefty mountain, When the infernos of my arrows will burn you down completely and when you will be pared down ashes, you shall be grassless, treeless and tender leafless, and thus you become a meritless mountain.
vrm.3.66 Oh, Rama, as Gods have reaped Ambrosia after a prolonged churning of Milky Ocean, you are a reap of King Dasharatha s superlative ascesis and even by his superior acts.
vrm.3.67 But that bird spewing up frothy blood pathetically appealed to such an ireful son of Dasharatha, namely Rama, in a pathetic tone.
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 Then both the sons of that notable man, namely Dasharatha, on going to River Godavari they have oblated waters for that king of Eagles, Jatayu.
vrm.3.69 Then, both the brothers on passing over that Krauncha forest and on going from there eastwardly on a three krosha route, those sons of Dasharatha have seen a horrendous forest in between Krauncha forest and Matanga hermitage,
vrm.3.69 b, Rama being the son of Dasharatha is an indomitable one, besides,
vrm.3.74 Both the sons of that best king Dasharatha, on taking up westerly path in that forest travelled on the passage to Pampa as shown by Kabandha.
vrm.3.75 but Rama, the son of Dasharatha, is ensorcelled by anguish on seeing a ladylike lake Pampa.
vrm.3.75 Then Rama along with Lakshmana on seeing at that Pampa Lake, that self refulgent son of Dasharatha whimpered over, owing to his passionate recollection of Seetha.
vrm.4.4 On hearing the words of Hanuma, Lakshmana motivated by Rama, narrated about the great soul Rama, the son of Dasharatha.
vrm.4.4 The king named Dasharatha, a resplendent one and the patron of virtue was ruling the four caste system with its, and by his own rectitude, for he is also bound within that four caste system.
vrm.4.4 And he, King Dasharatha who performed rituals agniSToma and the like Vedic rituals wherein he donated liberally, and this one is his eldest son, and he is renowned among people by the name of Rama.
vrm.4.4 He is the protector of all beings and the follower of father s directives, he is the eldest one among the sons of King Dasharatha.
vrm.4.5 Rama" is the son of king Dasharatha, one born in Ikshvaku dynasty, an adept one in virtue and thus an adherent of his father s orders.
vrm.4.17 "How are you borne to that great souled Dasharatha when you are artful, felonious, knavish, disposed to a false modesty subconsciously, and an evildoer? "I am killed by an Elephant called Rama that snapped off its girdle cord called tradition, that infringed the conventions of righteous people, and that discarded the goad called virtue.
vrm.4.29 "If need be Rama of Dasharatha is really capable of keeping Gods, Rakshasas and great vipers under his control with his arrows, but he is anticipating fulfilment of your promise.
vrm.4.33 But on seeing at the fumingly infuriated son of Dasharatha, all the Vanaras have become scared and they did not even gather around him.
vrm.4.34 On seeing Lakshmana, the son of Dasharatha, who is exasperated and exhaling heavily, and who searing in the anguish of his brother is flaring up like a firestorm, Sugreeva hopped up from his golden seat and tottered like the highly decorated flagstaff of Indra, which will be wobbly before it is thrown to ground after the ritual.
vrm.4.40 While Sugreeva is speaking thus, Rama the son of Dasharatha heartily hugged him with both of his arms and said this word to him.
vrm.4.40 b, "While you explore those places in their entirety, thereabout you have to search for Rama s dear wife and king Dasharatha s daughter in law Seetha.
vrm.4.43 "Thereby, oh, Vayu like and Marut like vanara s, on your seeing the princess born in Videha kingdom, namely Vaidehi, an extremely desirable task for the sake of Dasharatha s son Rama is considered as done.
vrm.4.52 "The king of all the world and one similar to Mahendra and Rain god, such an illustrious Rama of Dasharatha entered Dandaka forest with his bother Lakshmana, even along with his wife Vaidehi, but Ravana coercively abducted his wife from Janasthana.
vrm.4.56 "By the ending of Jatayu and by the end of Dasharatha, also by the purloin of Vaidehi, all of the Vanaras are piled into a predicament.
vrm.4.56 b, a "Whose eldest and dear son is Rama, the creditable one for doyens, that Dasharatha is the friend of my brother Jatayu/ But how did Dasharatha pass away? b, a "I am incapable to spread my wings widely as they are burnt by Sun s rays, hence oh, enemy chasteners, I wish you to lower me down from this mountain.
vrm.4.57 "Among Ikshvaku s there is a great charioteer, a king for the entire world, a peerless person, and he is the son of Dasharatha, namely Rama, and abiding by his father s directives and opting for righteous course of conduct, he moved into Dandaka forests along with his brother Lakshmana and even with his wife Vaidehi.
vrm.4.57 Ravana" forcibly abducted his wife from Janasthana, namely Seetha, the princess from Videha kingdom, and a kingly eagle named Jatayu, who is a friend of Rama s father Dasharatha, has seen her while she was being abducted by skyway.
vrm.4.59 Then those Siddha s, have informed me on showing her whose ornaments and ochry silk sari are disorderly, and who is vanquished by the speediness of her anguish, and who is yelling both the names of Rama and Lakshmana, as the wife of Dasharatha s Rama, the daughter of Janaka.
vrm.4.59 b, a Indeed with my analysis and information to you I wish to make all of you exuberant as I deem that I have done my bit, because whatever task of Rama, the son of Dasharatha, is there that task is mine too.
vrm.4.62 "There is some king known as Dasharatha, an enhancer of Ikshvaku dynasty, and to him there will be a great resplendent a son who will be known as Rama.
vrm.4.63 Though I am aware of the valour of that dirty minded Ravana, I was rebuking my son saying, how you have not saved Maithili? b, a My son has not effectuated my cherish even on hearing the bewail of Seetha, or at least on hearing that Rama and Lakshmana are separated from Seetha, or at least on knowing my friendship with Dasharatha.
vrm.5.13 To me reaching Kishkindha what would Sugreeva say or Vanaras there or those sons of Dasharatha what would they say? Going there by me for Rama, Seetha has not been seen thus if I say a very unpleasant word thereafter Rama will give up life.

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