Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 28 Aug 2011 17:11 and updated at 28 Aug 2011 17:11


vrm.1.35 "Oh, Raghava, the prominent one among rivers namely Ganga and Uma Devi as well, these are the two daughters of the king of mountains that are highly revered by the world.
vrm.1.48 "On knowing the meantime of Gautama s availability at hermitage, Indra, the husband of Shaci Devi and the Thousand eyed god wearing the guise of sage Gautama and becoming such a sage, approached Ahalya and said this to her.
vrm.3.40 "When Rama is diverted from hermitage, Lakshmana as well, I will carry off Vaidehi effortlessly like the Thousand eyed Indra who once carried off Sachi Devi.
vrm.3.46 "Oh, rosy faced one, are you the personified numen of Respect, Renown or Resplendence, or the Felicitous Lakshmi herself, or oh, curvaceous one, are you a nymphal Apsara, or the numen of Benefactress, or a self motivated woman, or Rati Devi, the consort of Manmatha, the Kamadeva.
vrm.3.48 "It may be possible to live after abducting Shaci Devi, the wife of Indra, somehow and anyhow there will be no liveability after abducting me, the wife of Rama.
vrm.3.48 "Oh, Rakshasa, un mirrored is the prettiness of prettyish Shaci Devi, and one may live long on forcibly snatching her away from the hands of the wielder of Thunderbolt, Indra, but to him who intimidates or abuses me or women like me, there will be no Moksha, release from the cycle of rebirth, even if he has consumed Amrita Ambrosia.
vrm.4.39 "That knavish Rakshasa Ravana deceitfully carried off Vaidehi for his own extinction, as Anuhlaada carried off Sachi Devi, the daughter of Puloma.
vrm.4.39 "As soon as possible I wish to eliminate that Ravana with sharp arrows, as has been done by the enemy slyer Indra when he eliminated the insolent father of Sachi Devi, namely Puloma.
vrm.5.14 Tortured by grief for Sri Rama, with beautiful eyes, interested always living in the garden, that Devi moving about in the garden will come.
vrm.5.14 That Devi with the face like that of the moon, if alive, she definitely will come for this river with auspicious water.
vrm.6.117 Devi Sarasvati, is your tongue.

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