Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 29 Aug 2011 08:52 and updated at 29 Aug 2011 08:52


vrm.2.40 Saying so, those people were not able to restrain their tears that come and followed that Rama, their beloved delight of the Ikshvakus.
vrm.2.52 Then, Rama again and again spoke these sweet words as follows to that charioteer, whose tears got dried up and who had sipped some water and got himself purified: I do not see any one who is as great a friend of the Ikshvakus as you are.
vrm.2.100 "My darling! Are you treating respectfully as before that preceptor of the Ikshvakus, the one who knows the sacred scriptures, the one who knows the sacred scriptures, the learned who constantly keep up the virtues and he who has a great splendour?" "My darling! I hope that Kausalya and Sumitra having good offspring are happy.
vrm.6.4 This supreme constellation is of our Ikshvakus, the high souled.
vrm.6.28 Nearby is a warrior, dark of hue with eyes like lotuses, a chief warrior among Ikshvakus, his heroism is well known in the world, his sense of duty never wavers, nor does he ever transgress the righteousness, he knows to loose Brahmas weapon and is conversant with Veda, he is the most learned of the Vedic scholars, he shatters the firmament with his arrows, and rends even the earth, his anger is akin to that of Death, his valour equal to that of Indra his consort is Seetha who was taken away by you from a place called Janasthana, he is Rama who has come to wage war on you, O king! This man, having the radiance of pure gold, with a broad chest, having red eyes, with black and curled hair, standing at the right side of Rama, he is called Lakshmana, who is interested in the care and welfare of his brother, skilled in leadership of combat and excellent among the wielders of all weapons.

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