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


vrm.7.6 And, O Rama, having thus taken counsel together, with all the preparations complete, those huge bodied and redoubtable Rakshas marched foth for conflict, mounted on cars, and elephants, and horses resembling elephants, and mules, and kine, and camels, and purpoises, and Nagas, makaras, and totoises, and fishes, and fowls resembling Garura himself, lions and tigers and boars and Srimaras and Chamaras.
vrm.7.7 On being severely struck by Mali with his mace, Garura, writhing in torments, moved the god away from the field of battle.
vrm.7.7 On the god having been removed from the field by Mali as well as Garura, there arose a mighty din of Rakshas roaring in chorus.
vrm.7.7 And Garura, being cheered, turned round, and growing enraged, as before drove the Rakshasas with the wind of his wings.
vrm.7.8 And now there arose a mighty tumult in the sky of Excellent! Excellent And having struck Vishnu, the Rakshasa also hit Garura.
vrm.7.8 And pushed of by the violence of the wind of Garura s wings, the Rakshasa Malyavan also, joined by his own forces, depated for Lanka, covered with shame.

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