Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 29 Aug 2011 07:39 and updated at 29 Aug 2011 07:39


vrm.1.15 In the meanwhile the great resplendent Vishnu, the Lord of the Universe, arrived there mounted on his Eagle vehicle Garuda, handling conch shell, disc, and mace in his three of four hands, clad in yellow ochre robes, wearing golden bracelets, and while best Devas eulogised him, and his arrival there is like the arrival of sun mounted on black cloud to accord the gratuitous gift called the rain.
vrm.1.17 The direct son of Vayu is the marvellous and adventurous Hanuma with an indestructible body, and one identical in the speed of lady Vinata s son, namely Garuda, the divine eagle vehicle of Vishnu, and among all Vanara chiefs he is the intelligent and the indefatigable one too.
vrm.1.17 b, All of those who are well versed in warfare and endowed with the might of divine eagle Garuda, used to thwart the pride of Lions, Tigers and great snakes just by their own prideful subjugation while they move about the forests.
vrm.1.38 "The daughter of Aristanemi, namely sage Kashyapa, and who is also the sister of Garuda, the Divine Eagle vehicle of Vishnu, is the second wife of Sagara, who is known by the name Sumati.
vrm.1.38 Sumati", the sister of mighty winged Garuda and the second queen of Sagara has then chosen sixty thousand sons with great enthusiasm and high reputation.
vrm.1.41 "Spanning his expert glances, oh, Rama, he then saw the rapid winged king of Birds, namely Garuda, the Eagle vehicle of Vishnu, who is the maternal uncle of his father and other paternal uncles, and whose flight will be similar to that of the Maruts.
vrm.1.41 "That great mighty son of Lady Vinata, namely Garuda, also spoke this word to Amshuman, do not bemoan, oh, tigerly man, this eradication of your paternal uncles is worthwhile to the worlds.
vrm.1.41 Thus Garuda said to Amshuman.
vrm.1.41 "On hearing the words of that great winged eagle, Garuda, he that highly brave and well renowned Amshuman swiftly took the Horse, and returned to the ritual place of his grandfather, king Sagara.
vrm.1.41 "Then on reaching the King Sagara, who is under the vow of the ritual, oh, Rama, Amshuman described what all has happened and even the words of Garuda.
vrm.2.25 The illustrious Kausalya gave the desired fee to that chief of brahmanas and spoke as follows to Rama: "Which felicity occurred in Devendra the thousand eyed, adored by all Devas when Vritra was destroyed, let that felicity occur to you" "Which blessing was invoked by Vinata to Garuda who was setting off to bring nectar in the past may that blessing happen to you.
vrm.2.42 Bereft of Rama Sita and Lakshmana, the palace looked like a big pool rendered unperturbed due to emptying of snakes in it by Garuda The lamenting monarch spoke in trembling accents and in soft, pitiful, indistinct and not clearly intelligible words as follows:
vrm.2.47 Bereft of Rama, the aforesaid city of Ayodhya was not any more enchanting than a river whose snakes were uplifted from its pool by Garuda.
vrm.2.105 "As a donkey cannot emulate the tempo of a Horse, or an ordinary bird the movement of Garuda, neither can I follow in your footsteps, O, Lord of the world!" "O, Rama! Know his life to be blessed forever, on whom others depend Life is, however, difficult for him who depends on others for this life.
vrm.3.3 Indeed seven arrows are let off with perfectly stringed bow, which have golden vanes, and very fast ones that equal the flights of Garuda, the Divine Eagle and the Vayu.
vrm.3.12 b, a Rama entered inside the hermitage and saw therein the sanctus of Brahma, Agni, Vishnu, Indra, Vivasvat the Sun god, Soma the Moon god, Bhaga, and the sanctusms of Kubera, are seen and passed by the three of them, sanctums of Dhaata, Vidhaata, santucm of Vayu, and also like that the sanctum of great soled Varuna the wielder of noose, and the sanctum of Gayatri, sanctum of Vasus, and the sanctum of Naga king, and even the sanctum of Garuda and the sanctum of Kaartikeya and the sanctum of Dharma b, a Then encircled by disciples the sage Agastya came out quickly, and Rama saw him who is glowing brilliant before all the other sages.
vrm.3.14 Kadru" gave birth to thousand Nagas who is the bearer of this earth, and Vinata gave birth to two sons namely Garuda and Aruna.
vrm.3.25 Those Rakshasas crashed down to earth with their heads severed and shields and bows wrecked, like the trees strewn around on earth owing to the gust raised by Garuda, the Divine Eagle, when he takes a sudden flight in heavens.
vrm.3.30 "In boasting you are knavish, in character roguish, and in behaviour ghoulish, such a Rakshasa as you are, I will take your life away as the Divine Eagle Garuda took away Ambrosia.
vrm.3.35 This is the tree on the branch of which once highly mighty Divine Eagle Garuda swooped to perch, clawing an Elephant and a mammoth tortoise, for the purpose of dining them out on that tree branch.
vrm.3.35 b, a While descending rapidly then that best among Suparnas Garuda suddenly broke that tree s branch which is full with leaves, owing to the impact of his high impetuosity.
vrm.3.35 For the sake of the grace of those sages Garuda took flight from that tree, grasping that broken tree branch of a hundred Yojana length along with those pendulous sages with his beak, and both of the Elephant and tortoise with both of his claws.
vrm.3.35 b, a That virtue souled Garuda consumed the meat of his prays, namely the Elephant and the giant tortoise with a single foot, and destroyed the province of tribesmen with the same broken tree branch, and thus that supreme avian Garuda gained an incomparable happiness in rescuing those great sages.
vrm.3.35 b, When his valour has become twice as much with that happiness that heedful Garuda indeed resolved to bring Ambrosia from heaven.
vrm.3.35 Smashing the guard of iron grid completely and crashing the unbreakable diamond like strongroom in which the Ambrosia is safeguarded, then Garuda carried off Ambrosia from the palace of Indra.
vrm.3.35 Ravana on his way saw such a banyan tree named as Subhadra which is a much sought after tree for assemblages of great sages, and which betokens the deeds of that best winged Garuda.
vrm.3.39 b, "Stringing out his highly magnificent bow Rama then released three excruciating and enemy eliminating arrows which in their egress match the Vayu and the Divine Eagle Garuda.
vrm.3.56 "Those Rakshasas who are spoken of you to be with ghastly forms and gruelling power, they all will become formless and powerless in face of Raghava, as with all snakes becoming non poisonous earthworms in the face of Garuda, the Divine Eagle.
vrm.4.16 Those two, Vali and Sugreeva, with their sensational energy, triumphing zeal, frightful physiques, swiftness as good as the Divine Eagle Garuda, vigilance in exploring perilous body parts of one another, ravagement of their own enemies fought frighteningly, like the sun and moon in the sky, which is inconceivable.
vrm.4.40 "On that Shalmali Island in Wine Ocean you will be seeing the mansion of Vinata s son, namely Garuda, the Eagle vehicle of Vishnu, which is decorated with numerous jewels, and which in sheen will be like Mountain Kailasa, the abode of Shiva.
vrm.4.42 Sugreeva ordered the superb Vanara son of great sage Maricha, called Arcishman, to western direction, who is a surrounded with exceptional and braving Vanaras, a coequal to Indra in his resplendence, endowed with brilliance and bravery and whose speed equals that of the son of Vinata, namely Garuda, the Eagle vehicle of Vishnu.
vrm.4.58 Garuda, and Anuuru, the non stopping charioteer of Sun.
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.4.66 The son of Kashyapa Prajapati and Lady Vinata is the best bird among all the Birds who is superbly mighty and who is universally renowned as Garuda.
vrm.4.66 Indeed, I have oftentimes seen that highly glorious, rapidly speedy, great mighty Garuda, pecking up Uragas from ocean.
vrm.4.67 Shall I make circumambulations for thousands of times around the Lord of Birds and the viper diner, Garuda, while he is on the wing in the sky.
vrm.4.67 b, c Which forcefulness either the Divine Eagle, Garuda, or Vayu has, mine vies with that.
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.4.67 I who am a coequal of Vayu in speediness, and of Garuda in fleetness, can traverse ten thousand Yojana s at a stretch.
vrm.5.1 About to fly, Hanuma jolted his tail, which was rolled into a circle from top to bottom, and which was covered with hair, just as Garuda, the king of Birds would jolt a snake.
vrm.5.1 Receiving his vigor, the tail curled at his back was seen like a great serpent being stolen by Garuda.
vrm.5.1 That great Vanara also thought himself equal to Garuda, the king of Birds.
vrm.5.1 Hanuma while coursing through the path of Birds like the king of Birds Garuda, dragged with him series of clouds like the god of wind.
vrm.5.1 With speed equal to that of Garuda and Vayu, they went in all directions.
vrm.5.1 That Hanuma, equal to Garuda in speed, neared the ocean which is the abode of Varuna, entered the sky and went in His original path.
vrm.5.1 Hanuma went, like Garuda, in the sky served by clouds or streams of water, served also by Birds, tread by masters of music Tumburu and other Gandharvas, served by Airavata, borne by Lions, Elephants, Tigers, Birds and serpents, decorated by clear Vimanas moving with great speed, shone by fires with thunderous jolt equal to that of Vajra the weapon of Devendra, decorated by people with good deeds, people with great luck who conquered the heavens, served by the God of fire carrying great quantities of oblations, shone by planets, stars, moon, sun and starlets, occupied by groups of great sages, Gandharvas, Nagas, Yakshas but unpopulated by humans, clear and all pervasive, served by the Gandharva king Vishvavasu, roamed by Elephants of Devendra, the path of the moon and the sun, the auspicious one, a wide canopy of the earth constructed by Brahma, served in various ways by excellent courageous groups of Vidyadharas.
vrm.5.1 That Hanuma the respectable one, thus respected by them, entered the sky and went like the Garuda with a determined goal.
vrm.5.20 "O one with a beautiful smile! O one with beautiful teeth!O one with beautiful eyes! O charmful one! O timid one! You are stealing my heart like a serpent stolen by Garuda.
vrm.5.21 "That Garuda called Rama speedily will pluck the Rakshasas who are like unto the great Nagas, like Vainateya plucking the Uragas.
vrm.5.39 Garuda the eagle, or yourself or the Vayu only have the capacity of crossing this ocean.
vrm.5.42 That violent Hanuma strolled in the sky, taking that Iron rod in his hand, as Garuda would carrying a serpent in its claws.
vrm.5.46 Striking down the swiftness of those violent Rakshasas, the mighty Hanuma whose prowess is equal to that of Garuda the eagle, again descended on to the ground.
vrm.5.47 Thereafter, Hanuma with his prowess equal to that of wind, approaching Aksha moving in the sky, which is often frequented by Garuda the eagle, the wind and Siddhas the ascetics endowed with supernatural powers, slowly grasped his feet firmly.
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.5.51 "Among those Vanaras, some mighty and virile Vanaras are similar to Garuda the eagle.
vrm.5.57 Tearing asunder the clusters of clouds again and again as also energing from them and roaring with a big noise, Hanuma the son of Vayu, making a thunderous great sound, shone flying like Garuda the eagle, in the
vrm.5.57 The sky, with the disc of the sun, began to crack as it were, due to his roar, even as he repeatedly roared on the path of the sky as followed by Garuda, the eagle endowed with charming wings.
vrm.5.58 "Then, all living beings praised me! Saying Good! Well done! Bravo! Thereupon, I leapt into the extensive sky, like Garuda the eagle, the carrier of Lord Vishnu.
vrm.5.68 Garuda the eagle, or yourself or the wind god only have the capacity of crossing this ocean
vrm.6.1 Indeed, I cannot perceive as such anyone other than Garuda, Vayu and Hanuman, who can cross the mighty ocean.
vrm.6.18 Let him get our friendship too Hearing those words of Sugreeva, Rama the king of men, as acknowledged by Sugreeva, held meeting with Vibhishana, as Indra once met Garuda the king of Birds.
vrm.6.22 Some Vanaras entered the sky and aviated like Garuda the eagle.
vrm.6.30 Having released me, Rama of great splendour arranged the army in the form of Garuda.
vrm.6.34 When I am journeying in the sky self supported, neither the god of wind nor Garuda the eagle can follow my movement.
vrm.6.41 Sugreeva, along with all the chiefs of Vanaras equal to the strength of Garuda as well as Vayu the god of the wind, was stationed himself in the middle of the fort.
vrm.6.50 Thereupon, all the Vanaras saw within a moment, a mighty eagle, Garuda, the son of Vinata, like unto a blazing torch.
vrm.6.50 On beholding Garuda the eagle which came there, the serpants who bound those two warriors Rama and Lakshmana in the form of mighty arrows, fled away.
vrm.6.50 Thereupon, Garuda the eagle, coming into contact iwth Rama and Lakshmana d offering them his good wishes, with his hands caressly touched their faces that were radiant like the moon.
vrm.6.50 Their wounds, touched by Garuda the eagle, were healed.
vrm.6.50 Lifting them up both who were like Indra, the highly majestic Garuda the eagle embraced them.
vrm.6.50 The highly majestic and the mighty Garuda the eagle, the King of Birds, with his eys widened in gladness and with a pleased heart, spoke to Rama as follows: "O, Rama! I am your dearest friend Garuda dear as your own breath moving outside I came here for the purpose of helping you, both.
vrm.6.50 That mighty Garuda, having spoken thus to Rama then and having affectionately embraced him, began to take leave of him.
vrm.6.50 Having spoken thus, Garuda of swift flight, having beautiful wings, who had just healed Rama s wounds in the presence of Vanaras, having paid obeisance presence of Vanaras, having paid obeisance to him by circumambulation and taken him into his arms, entered the sky with the speed of the wind.
vrm.6.59 Meanwhile, Hanuma approaching Rama spoke the following words: You have to punish the Rakshasa by climbing my back, as Vishnu on Garuda in order to fight with the Enemy of Gods.
vrm.6.67 Garuda devouring the Nagas in lots, ran about the battle field.
vrm.6.67 Seizing all the Vanaras with his arms, that mighty Kumbhakarna devoured them like an enraged Garuda devouring the serpents.
vrm.6.69 You stay on, O monarch! I will set out and eradicate your enemies in battle, as Garuda eradicates the Nagas.
vrm.6.69 Then seeing his javelin shattered, like a serpent whose powerful coils were cut off by Garuda the eagle, Angada stretched out his palm and struck the head of the Horse.
vrm.6.71 That Lakshmanas arrow, with a speed equal to Garuda the eagle, thus reached Atikayas proximity.
vrm.6.74 Stretching his arms, looking like coils of serpents, that Hanuma vying with the prowess of hostile Garuda the eagle, headed towards the excellent mountain of Himalayas, with gush as though he was drawing away the four quarters.
vrm.6.74 Having uprooted that mountain, frightening the worlds together with the leaders of Suras and Asuras inhabiting them and being praised by many aerial beings, Hanuma sprang up into the sky and proceeded expeditiously with the terrible speed of Garuda the eagle.
vrm.6.100 "This Ravana, having come within the range of my vision, cannot survive, any more than the one who has come within the range of vision of a snake injecting deadly poison with its very glance or than a serpent who has come within the range of vision of Garuda, the king of Birds and the enemy of serpents.
vrm.6.102 Seeing those serpents rushing towards him in the battle field, Rama released the terrific and dangerous missile presided over by Garuda.
vrm.6.108 It was made speedy, by tying various kinds of beautiful coloured feathers of Garuda, the king of Eagles, to it.
vrm.6.125 Hanuma, the son of Vayu then flew up with speed towards Ayodhya, as Garuda the eagle would fly with speed, while seeking to catch a large snake.
vrm.6.128 That virtuous Nala, who vied with Garuda and the wind god in prowess, and who was endowed with all good qualities, swiftly brought water form the northern sea.
vrm.7.27 dwells Garuda perpetually respected of his kinsmen and friends.
vrm.7.28 As Garuda goes speedily taking a serpent so that vicious minded Ravana arrived quickly at the entrance of the den.
vrm.7.37 Holding up the huge club and hurling it with his arms, Arjuna, resorting to the velocity of Garuda.
vrm.7.37 Beholding Ravana thus overwhelmed, Arjuna sprung up and caught him like Garuda holding a serpant and Vishnu binding Bali.
vrm.7.39 And he didnot care for him as a lion is not moved on beholding a hare and Garuda on beholding a serpent.
vrm.7.39 Everyone will behold the enemy Ravana, under my arm pit as a serpent possessed by Garuda, with his thighs, arms and clothes loosened.
vrm.7.39 Vali was seated with his back towards Ravana; still from his footsteps he perceived that he had come withinthe grasp of Ravana s army and he at once caught hold of him like unto Garuda holding a serpent.
vrm.7.39 O hero !What heroic wight is there who is not exhausted by carrying me so vehemenly ?O Vanara, mind, wind and Garuda these three are gifted with the velocity.
vrm.7.40 The child Hanuman having thus ascended the sky, Devas, Danavas and Yakshas surprisingly exclaimed "The velocity, with which Marut s son is going, is not possessed even by the Wind, Garuda and mind.

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