Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 29 Aug 2011 08:17 and updated at 29 Aug 2011 08:17


vrm.2.110 "From the mighty armed Bharata was born a son named Asita, for whom his royal adversaries, Haihayas, Talajanghas and the valiant Shashibindavas became the enemies.
vrm.7.36 One day the highly powerful Arjuna, the king of Haihayas, repared to the river Narmada, with his wives to sport.
vrm.7.37 In order to measure the strength of his thousand arms the King of Haihayas obstructed the course Narmada.
vrm.7.37 At the very sight the eyes of the lord pf Rakshasas, proud of his prowess, grew red and addressing the councillors of the king Arjuna he said "Do ye communicate unto the king of Haihayas that Ravana, the lord of Rakshasas, hath come to fight with him.
vrm.7.37 Thereupon uplifting the huge club, ive hundred hands long, the king of Haihayas pursued Prahasta.
vrm.7.37 Thereupon baffling the weapons of the Rakshasas by means of many a dreadful and excellentweapons, Arjuna, the king of Haihayas, drove them away like winds scatteing the clouds.
vrm.7.38 Understanding from their words that Pulastya was coming, the king of Haihayas, placing his folded palms on his crown, proceeded to welcome him.
vrm.7.38 Thereupon offering him Maduparka, cow and water to wash feet, the king of Haihayas, in accents obstructed with delight, addressed the ascetic saying: "Reverend Sir, thine visit, it is hard to obtain.
vrm.7.38 Thereupon having enquired of the king about his piety, offerings and the well being of his sons, Pulastya said to Arjuna, the king of Haihayas "O foremost of kings, O thou having eyes like lotus petals !O thou having a countenance like the full moon !When thou hast vanquished Ravana, thy prowess is matchless in the triple world.

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