Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 29 Aug 2011 06:49 and updated at 29 Aug 2011 06:49


vrm.1.1 b, a Sugreeva" always remained doubtful about the powers of Raghava and by reason of confiding in Raghava s prowess for himself, and by reason of making Raghava to confide in the powers of Vali, Sugreeva has shown him the massive remains of Rakshasa Dundubhi, which is similar to a great mountain.
vrm.4.9 There was a fierce Rakshasa named Mayavi, the elder brother of Dundubhi and the son of one Rakshasa named Maya.
vrm.4.11 One" named Dundubhi was there in the form of a Buffalo, whose size shone forth like Mountain Kailasa and who bears the strength of a thousand Elephants.
vrm.4.11 Thus Sugreeva started telling Dundubhi s episode to Rama.
vrm.4.11 "He that evil minded and colossal bodied Dundubhi was bemused by the vanity of his own vigour, and by the boon bestowed oo him, and once he went to the lord of rivers, namely the Ocean.
vrm.4.11 "Deriding the garner of weaves and gems he said to that vastly ocean "give me a fight" "Then, oh, Rama, that virtue minded and very powerful ocean rose up from his tabular position to heights, and spoke these words to that Rakshasa Dundubhi who is driven to doom by his own time.
vrm.4.11 So said ocean to Dundubhi.
vrm.4.11 "Fathoming that ocean to be scared of him that noted Rakshasa Dundubhi arrived at the forests of Himavan like an arrow darted from bow, and that Dundubhi started to blare discordantly and toss the rock faces of that mountain that are like white Elephants in their figuration, severally.
vrm.4.11 "It is inapt of you to annoy me, oh, virtuous Dundubhi, I am just a shelterer of sages, and an unskilled one in fights.
vrm.4.11 So said Himavan to Dundubhi.
vrm.4.11 "On hearing the words of that modest king of mountains Dundubhi s uyes are bloodshot and he said this sentence.
vrm.4.11 On hearing Dundubhi s arrogant words that honest Himavan being an expert in sentence making, had to say angry words to that fierce Rakshasa that were never uttered by him earlier.
vrm.4.11 "Oh, war expert Dundubhi, Indra s son is there, a brave and glorious one by name Vali, and he is now presiding over the matchlessly pompous city Kishkindha.
vrm.4.11 Thus said Himavan to that Rakshasa Dundubhi.
vrm.4.11 "Then on hearing Himavan s words he that Dundubhi is convulsed in anger and proceeded to Vali s city Kishkindha.
vrm.4.11 "That great mighty Rakshasa Dundubhi wearing the look of a Buffalo with sharp horns was awe inspiring, and like the arrival of a massive dark cloud in rainy season full with water on the edge of firmament, he arrived at the gateway of Kishkindha and bellowed clamorously like a war drum as though to quake the earth.
vrm.4.11 Vali" being the lord of Vanaras, and of all the other forest dwellers as well, spoke a clearly worded brief sentence to Dundubhi.
vrm.4.11 "Oh, Dundubhi, impeding the gateway of this city what for you are bellowing, I know you, oh, might one, save your lives.
vrm.4.11 "On hearing that sentence of Vali, the tactful lord of Vanaras, Dundubhi said this sentence with his eyes bloodshot in anger.
vrm.4.11 Dundubhi incited Vali in this way.
vrm.4.11 Vali said so to Dundubhi.
vrm.4.11 "Saying that way to that Dundubhi that highly enraged Vali heaved up the golden chest pendant around his neck on to his chest, which was given by his father Mahendra, and stood firm for fight.
vrm.4.11 "Then that elephentine Vanara Vali took that mountain similar Dundubhi by horns, and booming highly he whirled and bumped him onto ground.
vrm.4.11 Vali" while blaring highly with great sound repeatedly whirled him and thrown onto ground, and while Dundubhi was hurled and thrown to ground, blood gushed out of his two ears.
vrm.4.11 "There occurred a gruesome fight among those two, Dundubhi and Vali, who by their fury are impetuous and who aspired victory over the other.
vrm.4.11 "In that life taking fight when Dundubhi is lifted up and flung to ground, he is completely pounded out.
vrm.4.11 and on his falling that mighty one Dundubhi attained the fifth state.
vrm.4.11 "This huge heap of bones that is shining forth like a mountaintop is that of Dundubhi, which Vali once hurled by the vanity of his valour.
vrm.4.11 Saying so to Sugreeva in a comforting manner, he that dextrous, vigorous Rama, the elder brother of Lakshmana sportively flipped the skeleton of Dundubhi with his big toe, and flicked that withered body of the Rakshasa with his big toe itself to a ten Yojana distance without lifting his foot.
vrm.4.19 While she is still trudging then she saw her husband who is the destroyer of arch Rakshasas like Mayavi and Dundubhi, and who never retreated in combats, but now fallen down on ground.
vrm.4.46 "When Vali repulsed the Buffalo shaped Rakshasa Dundubhi towards Malaya mountain, then that Buffalo entered the cave of Mountain Malaya, and even Vali entered therein wishing to kill that Buffalo.
vrm.7.12 And on this wife of mine I have also begat two sons the first is Mayavi and the next Dundubhi.

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