Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 29 Aug 2011 09:08 and updated at 29 Aug 2011 09:08


vrm.2.27 I can come to forest which is inaccessible, which is devoid of people, filled with various types of animals and inhaited by Tigers and Jackals.
vrm.3.3 That Rakshasa entered into a baffling forest that is like a very dark cloud in its sheen, where a variety of massive trees are contained in, numerous flocks of vulturine Birds are overspreading, and where wild Jackals and other predaceous animals are sprawling around, along with Rama and Lakshmana.
vrm.3.23 Turning towards the stretch scorched by the sun, fearsome and loud noised Jackals have howled emitting awful sounds, that which is inauspicious to the Rakshasas.
vrm.3.23 An untimely eventide glistened with a colour similar to the one drenched in blood, and then horrendous brutes and Birds have clamoured facing Khara directly, and the Vultures, Jackals and Eagles too have screamed portending danger.
vrm.3.23 a Jackals, that too female Jackals, are always the agents of inauspiciousness in wars with demonstrable calamities brought forth by their portending howling, and such Jackals have now howled in front of Khara s army with their snouts spewing blazes.
vrm.3.57 "On observing these mobs of deer, these Jackals, also even these Birds which are voicing noisily facing the direction lit by the sun, oh, great mighty Lakshmana, can we presume that there will be safety to that princes Seetha?
vrm.6.10 Jackals are crying inauspiciously at the approach of both dawn and the dusk.
vrm.6.23 Jackals too are howling very dreadful and inauspicious sounds.
vrm.6.35 Flesh" eating animals, Jackals and Eagles and howling horribly.
vrm.6.41 Jackals too are howling inauspicious sounds.
vrm.6.43 The battle field became frightening with extra ordinary spears, other arrows, maces, javelins, lances and some other weapons with three points, shattered chariots and military steeds Elephants in rut, Vanaras and Rakshasas which had been killed, wheels axles and yokes broken and lying on the ground and frequented as it was by herds of Jackals.
vrm.6.44 Long tailed and black faced Vanaras with their gigantic bodies and dark like figure, crushed the Rakshasas with their arms and allowed them to be eaten by Jackals, Vultures etc.
vrm.6.53 Fearful Jackals, emitting their howls, belched forth flames and fire.
vrm.6.54 Some Vanaras and Rakshasas, with their shattered heads, but bereft of arms and legs, lay on the earth bathed in blood with their bodies wounded by weapons, a prey to Herons Vultures and Crows or devoured by troops of Jackals.
vrm.6.57 Fearful Jackals vomited forth fire and flames, howling repeatedly.
vrm.6.65 Jackals of terrific form howled with flaming morsels in their mouths and Birds twirled in circles from right to left.
vrm.6.79 "O sinful one! Today, Vultures Jackals and Crows with their sharp beaks and goad like claws will be satiated with your flesh.
vrm.6.88 The sharp edged and deadly arrows, with their wings, released from my bow, will now take your life, O Lakshmana! O Lakshmana! Let a number of Jackals, multitude of hawks and Vultures descend upon you, when struck down by me, you are dead.
vrm.6.95 Jackals emitted sinister howls.
vrm.6.99 He released sharp arrows, having the heads of Lions and Tigers, those of buzzards and Crows, even of Vultures and faloons, as well as those of Jackals and wolves, arrows with their mouths wide open, having the heads of venomous snakes with five heads, bringing fear.
vrm.6.106 The she Jackals followed by Vultures hastily uttered inauspicious howls, on beholding Ravanas face as also vomiting fire from their mouths.
vrm.6.108 It was giving perennial feed to Vultures, Eagles, Cranes, troops of Jackals and Rakshasas in the battle field, possessing a form of Yama the lord of Death and was fearful.

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