Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 29 Aug 2011 07:38 and updated at 29 Aug 2011 07:38


vrm.2.92 That vast army with its countless Elephants Horses and chariots proceeded, covering the southern direction, like a great cloud that has risen in the sky and on the other bank of the Ganges, by mountains and streams, crossing the woods inhabited by deer and Birds.
vrm.6.27 He who usually roams by the Ganges, sowing terror among leaders of herds of Elephants, remembering as he does the old quarrel between Elephants and Vanaras, thundering and uprooting trees, he is the commander and leader of Vanaras called Pramathim who dwells in mountain caves, subduing wild Elephants.
vrm.7.27 They sport in the waters of the Ganges and pour down her holy waters.
vrm.7.27 He then went to the seventh aerial region which is ten thousand leagues above and where dewell the Seven Rishis And again going up ten thousand leagues he reached the eighth aerial region where Ganga, known as the Ganges of the sky, having strong currents and sending high roars, and upheld by air, is situated on the sun s way.
vrm.7.36 Delighted at her beauty and having spoken highly of Narmada like unto Ganges he addressed his ministers Suka and Sarana with gestures, saying "Behold, having rendered the earth pale, with his many rays, the sun, emitting parching heat,is in the sky.
vrm.7.36 Therefore like unto Sarvabhauma and other infuriated elephants going down into the water of the Ganges, do ye descend into the water of Narmada conferring auspiciousness and health.
vrm.7.36 And she was agitated by those elephantlike leading Rakshasas like unto the Ganges by Vamana, Anjana, Padma and other Elephants, Thereupon having got up from the waters the highly powerful Rakshasas culled flowers for Ravana s offerings.
vrm.7.36 Flowers being thus collected, Ravana, the king of Rakshasa descended, into theNarmada for bathinglikea huge elephant into the Ganges.
vrm.7.52 I wish to salute the greatly effulgent Rishis living on fruits and roots and residing on the banks of the Ganges.
vrm.7.55 There is a picturesque hermitage of the high souled Valmiki situate on the Tamasa on the other side of the river Ganges.
vrm.7.55 Ere this Sita had communicated her intention of beholding the hermitages of ascetics on the banks of the Ganges.
vrm.7.56 In no time the daughter of Janaka having expansive eyes, arrived at the banks of the Ganges removing all sins.
vrm.7.56 Do thou take me to the other side of the Ganges so that I may behold the ascetics and cqnfer upon them clothes and ornaments.
vrm.7.56 Having then brought a boat to cross the holy Ganges Lakshmana, with a quiescent mind, took her to the other side.
vrm.7.58 And casting his looks behind while proceeding he espied that Sita, on the other side of the Ganges, was roving wildly like one having none to look after her.
vrm.7.62 Being greatly pained at the sight, Saumitri touched his feet and with folded palms said: O worshipful sir, having obeyed thy behests I have left the daughter of Janaka at the holy hermitage of Valmiki near the banks of the Ganges.
vrm.7.77 Let the soldiers only now proceed with ascetics before them ;the summer hath not as yet fully expired and this is the time, when they shall, without any trouble, be able to cross the Ganges Afterwards having encamped thy army on the other side ot the Ganges thou shouldst alone proceed speedily with thy bow.
vrm.7.83 The high souled Devas having ascended the welkin saying this, the highly effulgent Satrughna brought the soldiers there, that were encamped on the banks of the Ganges.

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