Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 29 Aug 2011 06:57 and updated at 29 Aug 2011 06:57


vrm.3.14 "And from each of the five daughters of Taamra in turn emanated are the other avian species, where Kraunchii gave birth to Uluuka s, the owls, Bhasii s gave birth to Bhaasa s, the Vultures, and Shyenii gave birth to very sharp Eagles and Falcons, and then Dhritaraashtrii gave birth to swans and all other kinds of graceful water Birds.
vrm.3.23 An untimely eventide glistened with a colour similar to the one drenched in blood, and then horrendous brutes and Birds have clamoured facing Khara directly, and the Vultures, Jackals and Eagles too have screamed portending danger.
vrm.3.50 Such as I am, oh, Dasamukha Rakshasa Ravana, I am the mightiest king of Eagles known by the name Jatayu.
vrm.3.51 Then the great mighty Ravana incessantly stormed the lord of Eagles Jatayu, with arrows that have excruciating and highly dreadful arrowheads, like tubular arrows, iron arrows, and with arrows that have crescentic arrowheads.
vrm.3.51 The highly resplendent king of Eagles Jatayu swiftly rose to sky dashing practically to forestall Ravana, which Rakshasa s assault devices are all demolished by now save for a single sword, but who is cheerful to spirit away the daughter of Janaka, and actually spiriting away holding her onto his flank, and Jatayu spoke this to such Ravana.
vrm.3.51 His lips becoming intolerantly quivery when Ravana is exasperated by that king of Eagles repetitiously, that Rakshasa staggered on to his right targeting the hovering eagle at his hind side to fell it down.
vrm.3.51 The valorous Dasamukha Ravana then threw off Seetha, and out of fury he scuffled with the king of Eagles with fisticuffs and kicks, by both his feet and fists.
vrm.3.52 Seetha whose visage is like a full moon wept on gazing the king of Eagles Jatayu whom Ravana nearly killed.
vrm.3.53 "Which king of Eagles battled against you to bail me out, an old friend of my father in law, such as he is he is also felled, indeed.
vrm.3.68 On abandoning great empire of Eagles belonging to his father and forefathers this lord of bird has now abandoned his lives too, only for my sake.
vrm.3.68 Oh, greatly mighty king of Eagles, by me cremated ritually and by me aptly consented to, you depart to the unexcelled heavenly worlds.
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.3.68 Both of the Raghava s took funeral baths in the waters of River Godavari and then made water oblations to the king of Eagles.
vrm.4.8 "These are my arrows winged from pinion of the hern, oh, highly fortunate Sugreeva, these that are decorated in gold sparkle sharply like the Thunderbolts of Indra, and they are begotten from the reed forest of Kartikeya, ends tied with Eagles feathers for fins, smooth are their nodes, sharp are their tips that pierce sharply, and these will be like enraged snakes.
vrm.4.56 On observing the Vanaras who lay recumbent on ground and on hearing them eulogising the death of Jatayu he that king of Eagles Sampati is highly perturbed at that uncomfortable information about Jatayu, and that high minded Sampati sorrowfully spelled out this word.
vrm.4.58 Because we Eagles have our lineal descent from Garuda, we can soar to the uppermost flyable path and see keenly.
vrm.4.58 even for us Eagles, our sight and power will be excellent like that of Garuda, the Divine Eagle.
vrm.4.58 Thereby, oh, vanara s, dietetically and congenitally we Eagles can always see till the end of hundred Yojana s, comprehensively.
vrm.4.59 Passion is exigent to the Gandharva s, aggression is exigent to Snakes, fear is exigent to Deer, like that hunger is exigent to us, the Eagles.
vrm.4.60 I have earlier seen you two eagle brothers, kingly Eagles among Eagles, similar in your speed to Maruts and form changers by your wish.
vrm.4.67 on me to overtake while I am on the wing, excepting for the king of Eagles, Garuda and the almighty Vayu.
vrm.5.48 That Indrajit, alike Indra, ascended a chariot with unchecked speed and yoked with four sharp toothed Tigers, having their swiftness similar to Garuda the king of Eagles.
vrm.6.23 Crows, Eagles and Vultures are flying low.
vrm.6.35 Flesh" eating animals, Jackals and Eagles and howling horribly.
vrm.6.41 Crows, Eagles and Vultures are whirling round at a lower level.
vrm.6.103 Let Birds such as Crows and Vultures tear out your bowels, as Eagles would drag Serpents when you fall down dead when pierced by my arrows today.
vrm.6.108 It was giving perennial feed to Vultures, Eagles, Cranes, troops of Jackals and Rakshasas in the battle field, possessing a form of Yama the lord of Death and was fearful.
vrm.6.108 It was made speedy, by tying various kinds of beautiful coloured feathers of Garuda, the king of Eagles, to it.
vrm.6.128 The great souled Vanaras, resembling Elephants and going speedily like Eagles, thus ordered by Sugreeva, leapt quickly into the sky.

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