Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 29 Aug 2011 08:33 and updated at 29 Aug 2011 08:33


vrm.1.34 "Thereby, oh, Rama, I am delightfully and abidingly residing on the mountainsides of Himalayas, in adjacency of my sister Kaushiki in all my affection for her.
vrm.1.36 "On going to the northern side of Himalayan Mountains, that God of Gods, Shiva settled down in ascesis along with his consort Uma on the peak of a mountain emerged from Himalayas.
vrm.1.37 "Then for the boy who took birth from the embryo deposited in Himalayas, the Maruts along with Indra have arranged Krittika stars to simultaneously suckle him.
vrm.1.39 "The father in law of god Shankara who is well known by the name of Himavan sets eyes on Mountain Vindhya, which stands as loftily as Himalayas, and those two mountains peer at each other.
vrm.1.39 b, a "Oh, best one among men, Rama, that Vedic ritual of Sagara came to pass in between those two mountains, namely Himalayas and Vindhya ranges, and oh, tigerly man Rama, that area is renowned for Vedic rituals, isn t it! b, a "Oh, dear sire Rama, the grandson of Sagara and the son of exiled Asamanja is Amshuman, oh, descendant of Kakutstha, which Anshuman s bow will be unfaltering and who is a top speeded chariot rider, and he has escorted ritual Horse released.
vrm.1.42 "Assigning the kingdom to Dilipa, oh, Rama of Raghu s dynasty, Amshuman undertook very stern ascesis on a pleasant peak of Himalayas desiring the descent of River Ganga to earth.
vrm.1.42 "Interested in the alighting of River Ganga on earth, oh, Rama, the descendent of Raghu, king Bhagiratha delegated his kingdom to the custody of his ministers and people and firmed up himself in sustained asceticism on Mountain Gokarna in Himalayas, and he practise ascesis standing amid five fires, upraising his hands, with a monthly sustenance and with his sense conquered.
vrm.1.43 b, a "Oh, Rama, the legatee of Raghu, with that ascesis of Bhagiratha god Shiva is very much delighted, and thereupon he has also released Ganga aiming at Bindu Lake in Himalayas.
vrm.1.48 "On cursing immodest Ahalya thus, that great resplendent Sage Gautama shed this hermitage which was once adored by Siddha sand Chaarana s, and that great ascetic Gautama practised his asceticism on the pleasant peaks of Himalayas.
vrm.1.51 "Oh, great resplendent Vishvamitra, you have narrated to Rama about the maltreatment of my mother by the Providence as has happened anciently, isn t it! "Oh, the best sage Kaushika, you be safe, my mother is reunited with my father on beholding and giving hospitality to Rama Really! "Oh, Kaushika, my father came to my mother s place from Himalayas! Has the great resplendent father of mine worshipped Rama because the redemption of my mother is per the kindness of Rama! Has this great souled Rama reverenced that great resplendent father of mine by according a redemption,
vrm.1.55 b, "On going to the mountainsides of Himalayas, whereat it is adored by Kinnara s and Uraga s he that great practiser of ascesis, Vishvamitra, undertook an austere ascesis for the sake of beneficence of the Great God, Shiva.
vrm.1.63 b, a "Oh, Rama, while he reverently performed an unspeakable ascesis for a thousand years on the northern mountain, namely Himalayas, then fear occurred to Gods.
vrm.1.65 "That great saint Vishvamitra then leaving off the snowbound Himalayas on north, oh, Rama, he reached eastern quarter and undertook rigorous ascesis.
vrm.1.70 While counterattacking those kings, Asita is dethroned in war and then he reached Himalayas along with his two wives.
vrm.1.70 Asita was with his meagre forces when he was in Himalayas, and there he drew nigh of his Time.
vrm.1.70 a There was a saint named Chyavana, the heir of Sage Bhrigu, who in fascination with best and beautiful mountains then taking shelter on Himalayas.
vrm.1.74 When that night is elapsing into the wee hours of next day, then the eminent saint Vishvamitra on asking for the leave of absence from those kings, Dasharatha and Janaka, and from both Rama and Lakshmana, he set out to northern mountains, namely Himalayas.
vrm.3.16 "By their very nature Himalayas are the depositories of snow, and presently distanced from the sun they are very obviously snowy true to their name.
vrm.4.15 b, a "He is endowed with the knowledge of mundane and ultra mundane things, he always abides in the directives of his father, and as with Mountain Himalayas for all natural elements he is the greatest mine of merits.
vrm.4.37 Those that are sheltered on Himalayas subsisting on fruits and tubers have arrived in a thousand of thousand crores, say a trillion.
vrm.4.37 On listening these words then the king of fly jumpers Sugreeva is gladdened and accepted the gifts brought from Himalayas from all of them.
vrm.4.38 On receiving all those gifts brought in by the Vanara s from Himalayas, Sugreeva dispersed them all with approbation.
vrm.4.43 "There in the north, the provinces of Mleccha s, Pulinda s, that way Shurashena Prasthala Bharata Kuru Madraka Kaamboja Yavana shall be scrutinized along with the cities of Shaka and Darada, and then search in Himalayas.
vrm.4.46 "Even at Himalayas, Mountain Meru, like that at the Northern Ocean, Vali drove me back, and when the clemency from Vali, or a shelter, or even a foothold on earth was indeterminable, then Hanuma, whose prosperity is his wisdom, said a word to me.
vrm.4.61 Himalayas", even Mountain Vindhya, and even the very high mountain Mountain Meru, shone forth like Elephants in lakes.
vrm.6.28 O, king! Do you observe those Vanaras resembling huge Elephants in rut, rising like banyan trees on the banks of River Ganga or Sala trees on Himalayas? Those warriors, able to change their form at will, are irresistible, equal to Daityas and Danavas, and in a battle, are endowed with the valour of the Devas.
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 Gazing at the hills, flocks of Birds, lakes, rivers, pools and excellent towns full of people, that Hanuma with a speed equal to that of the wind god his father, shot forth towards Himalayas.
vrm.6.74 With a great speed of wind, reverberating the four quarters with sound, Hanuma the foremost of Vanaras, hastened towards Himalayas.
vrm.6.74 Then, Hanuma the son of Marut, with a great speed, carried away that mountain of herbs quickly back to the mountains of Himalayas and again joined Rama.
vrm.6.75 Those houses, while being burnt, shone, from afar, like the peaks of Himalayas being consumed by fire on all sides.
vrm.7.36 Hearing of the absence of the king from the citizens Visrava s son came out of the city and reached the Vindhya mountain resembling the Himalayas.
vrm.7.36 And casting his looks upon Vindhya mountain, resembling the Himalayas and having huge caves Ravana, the king of Rakshasas, reached the river Narmada, of holy waters and going rapidly to the western ocean.
vrm.7.88 And not beholding him there he went to the North bounded by the Himalayas.

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