Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 29 Aug 2011 09:19 and updated at 29 Aug 2011 09:19


vrm.1.1 b, a Ravana" stole the wife of Rama, namely Seetha, by getting the princes Rama and Lakshmana distracted distantly from their hermitage through the trickster Maricha, and after putting the eagle Jatayu, which came to Seetha s rescue, to sword.
vrm.1.1 b, a "On seeing the eagle Jatayu almost dead and on hearing from the same eagle that Maithili is stolen, seethed with anguish and senses frenzied Raghava bewailed.
vrm.1.1 Rama" then cremated that eagle Jatayu in that anguish, and while searching for Seetha in forest, he indeed saw a Rakshasa named Kabandha, who is misshapen in his look and monstrous to look to.
vrm.1.1 "Then, upon the word of Sampati, the eagle and elder brother of Jatayu, the efficacious Hanuma leaped forth the salty ocean, which breadth wise is in a hundred Yojana s.
vrm.1.1 "Enthroning Vibhishana as the chieftain of Rakshasas in Lanka, then feeling that his task is fulfilled, Rama indeed rejoiced highly getting rid of febrility about any uncertainty of fulfilling his promises, excepting for Jatayu.
vrm.1.3 Raghava s anguish at the loss of Seetha Ravana s slaying the mighty eagle Jatayu Rama s seeing Kabandha, and also Lake Pampa.
vrm.1.3 and the Vanaras thus searching see Riksha cave, bear cave and their fasting unto death for their quest remained unsuccessful, and their seeing Sampati, another mighty eagle and the brother of slain Jatayu, who guides the Vanaras to the destination where Seetha is held capitive.
vrm.3.14 "Oh enemy destroyer Rama, I took birth from that Aruna, the charioteer of Surya, and my elder brother Sampati too, hence know me as Jatayu, the son of Shyenii.
vrm.3.14 Thus Jatayu said to Rama.
vrm.3.14 Raghava revered Jatayu in his turn by gladly hugging and stood by him with his head bent, and that kind natured Rama is indeed regardful of the friendship of his father with Jatayu that is repeatedly said by Jatayu.
vrm.3.15 "This place is holy, this is delightful and this is with many animals and Birds, hence Soumitri, let us reside here along with this bird Jatayu.
vrm.3.43 b, "Oh, Lakshmana, you be here taking care of Maithili along with the forthright, formidable and fatherly Bird Jatayu, and be watchful and suspicious from everywhere and every split second.
vrm.3.49 She that wide eyed Seetha who is highly anguished and bewailing with pitiable words then with a wide eyed expectancy saw the eagle Jatayu perching on a tree.
vrm.3.49 "Oh, fatherly Jatayu, see me, like an orphanized one I am pitiably abducted by this lord of Rakshasas with sinister deeds.
vrm.3.49 "Oh, Jatayu, everything about my abduction shall be narrated to Rama, or to Lakshmana, as it has happened in its entirety.
vrm.3.49 Thus Seetha supplicated Jatayu.
vrm.3.50 Jatayu who is slumbering away craned and stared on hearing the voicing of Seetha and then he saw Ravana and even Vaidehi.
vrm.3.50 That best bird majestic Jatayu with a very sharp beak and appearing like a mountain peak, then uttered these words of expediency still perching on a tree.
vrm.3.50 Such as I am, oh, Dasamukha Rakshasa Ravana, I am the mightiest king of Eagles known by the name Jatayu.
vrm.3.51 When Ravana is spoken to by Jatayu with judicious words, Ravana s eyes reddened infuriately, and his burnished golden ear knobs flickered injuriously, and that lord of Rakshasas dashed towards the lord of Birds, intolerantly.
vrm.3.51 As with two gigantic clouds up heaved by the tornadic gusts will be hard hitting each other tempestuously in sky, the combat between those two, Ravana and Jatayu, became tempestuous in the sky.
vrm.3.51 Then the great mighty Ravana incessantly stormed the lord of Eagles Jatayu, with arrows that have excruciating and highly dreadful arrowheads, like tubular arrows, iron arrows, and with arrows that have crescentic arrowheads.
vrm.3.51 That Eagle Jatayu who is the lord of winged chariots, namely Birds, in turn sustained those arrays of Ravana s arrows in that combat.
vrm.3.51 But that great mighty Jatayu severally made gashes on the body of Ravana with his two feet that have gashing claws for that bird is with best stamina.
vrm.3.51 That Jatayu on seeing teary eyed Janaki in the chariot of the Rakshasa forcefully lunged towards that Rakshasa heedless of arrows that are lunging at him.
vrm.3.51 Nested in the arrows shot by Ravana that lordly bird Jatayu then shone forth in that combat like a bird that obtains a readymade nest.
vrm.3.51 On winnowing those arrays of arrows with both of his wings, he that highly refulgent Jatayu shattered the mighty bow of Ravana with both of his feet.
vrm.3.51 Mighty Jatayu also knocked off the ghost faced mules yoked to the chariot of Ravana which are covered in golden armours and tantivy in fastness.
vrm.3.51 Then that great chariot which is flourishing with three bamboos from chassis to yoke, and which traverses just by its steersman s wish, and which is crafted fantastically with gem studded body and stairs, or, whose wheels are crafted with gold and gemstones, and which in its flare is like a Ritual fire, Jatayu splintered down even that chariot of Ravana.
vrm.3.51 Jatayu swiftly collapsed the Parasol of Ravana which in shine is mirroring the full moon, along with the regalia of white royal fur fans, together with the Rakshasas handling them for fanning Ravana.
vrm.3.51 On seeing Ravana who is foundered onto earth from his crumbled vehicle, all beings like sylvan deities, Caarana s, Siddha s and suchlike, reverenced that lordly eagle Jatayu.
vrm.3.51 But on seeing the commandant of Birds Jatayu is fatigued owing to his senescence, Ravana is gladdened and he again rose up to skies taking Maithili.
vrm.3.51 The highly resplendent king of Eagles Jatayu swiftly rose to sky dashing practically to forestall Ravana, which Rakshasa s assault devices are all demolished by now save for a single sword, but who is cheerful to spirit away the daughter of Janaka, and actually spiriting away holding her onto his flank, and Jatayu spoke this to such Ravana.
vrm.3.51 "If sin is consequential to any given activity who will undertake it? Even if that person vies with the Self Born God and Lord of the Universe, namely Brahma, will he undertake it?" Thus Jatayu advised Ravana.
vrm.3.51 Even on speaking those commonsensical words to Ravana, Jatayu found him carrying off Seetha heedlessly, then that valorous Jatayu descended on the hind side of that Dasamukha Rakshasa Ravana, devastatingly.
vrm.3.51 On clasping Ravana with incisive claws Jatayu lacerated deeply and rampantly, as a mahout, an Elephant trainer controller, sitting astride on it will try to control an uncontrollable Elephant that is running amok with an incisive goad.
vrm.3.51 Weaponed only with his claws, wings, and beak, Jatayu not only tore the back of Ravana asunder applying his beak and claws, but started to tweeze even his hair.
vrm.3.51 Ravana who is aggrieved and convulsed in fury hit back Jatayu with his palm while firmly clutching Vaidehi onto his left flank.
vrm.3.51 Jatayu, the lord of Birds, being a vanquisher of enemies outstripped Ravana and ripped off ten left arms of Ravana with his beak, with which left arms Ravana is clutching Vaidehi, in order to release her from his clutches.
vrm.3.51 Ravana brandishing his sword at Jatayu, who is revolting for the sake of Rama, hewed off both of his wings, sides, and feet.
vrm.3.51 When that Rakshasa of cruel actions has ruptured his wings that colossal eagle Jatayu immediately fell down to earth with a lessened life.
vrm.3.51 On seeing Jatayu fallen on earth and dampened with blood Vaidehi fell into a fit of weeping and ran towards him as if he is her own relative.
vrm.3.51 Ravana, the monarch of Lanka, gazed at that worthily valorous Jatayu, who in his shine is like a blue black cloud with a whitely white chest and who by now is like a quiescent fire storm flattened onto ground.
vrm.3.51 But then Seetha, the daughter of Janaka, whose face vies with moonshine hugged eagle Jatayu, whom Ravana has subjugated with his forcefulness and felled down onto the surface of earth, and she wept over incessantly.
vrm.3.52 Seetha whose visage is like a full moon wept on gazing the king of Eagles Jatayu whom Ravana nearly killed.
vrm.3.52 "Oh, Rama, this sky flier Jatayu who mercifully came here to save me is verily mangled on his encountering Ravana, and he is sprawling on earth, indeed by my ill luck.
vrm.3.64 these two armours, one belonging to the combatant from this chariot that is ripped off by Jatayu and fallen from the body of Ravana, and the other belonging to this charioteer, both are encrusted fully with arrows when Jatayu winnowed the very same arrows shot by Ravana
vrm.3.67 b, a Then Rama beheld Jatayu who is akin to a mountaintop in his gleam, and a best beatific brave bird among all the Birds, but bloodstained and buckling on earth.
vrm.3.67 Thus Jatayu appealed to Rama.
vrm.3.67 Rama jettisoned his forceful bow when he heard the much desired news about Seetha while hugging that kingly eagle Jatayu.
vrm.3.67 Even though Rama is comparatively a bold person he involuntarily fell down to ground, as the onefold scorch of anguish for Seetha is doubled by this predicament of Jatayu, and he wept over Jatayu.
vrm.3.67 Jatayu is supine on a single strait passable for a single person and he is suspiring for several times, and on seeing such Jatayu Rama became anguished and spoke this to Soumitri.
vrm.3.67 So lamented Rama for the wounded eagle Jatayu.
vrm.3.67 Thus, lamenting in that way for many times Raghava patted the body of Jatayu along with Lakshmana instancing his parental regard.
vrm.3.68 Thus on saying to Lakshmana, Rama then spoke to Jatayu.
vrm.3.68 Oh, Jatayu, if you are in fine fettle to further reiterate words, relate about Seetha, let safe betide you, and recount how you are murdered, too.
vrm.3.68 Rama urged Jatayu thus for information.
vrm.3.68 Then that warm hearted Jatayu with his eyes rolling upwards saw Rama and with a fluttery voice said this sentence to Rama who is wailing like an orphan.
vrm.3.68 Thus saying Jatayu paused for a while.
vrm.3.68 Though Jatayu is speaking on to Rama with an alert mind, blood
vrm.3.68 But the lives of Jatayu departing from his body went into thin
vrm.3.68 quot Jatayu flopped his head on earth, sprawled his feet on ground, and then his body collapsed onto the surface of earth writhing jerkily.
vrm.3.68 Thus saying to Lakshmana, Rama said this to dead eagle Jatayu.
vrm.3.68 So said Rama to the departed Jatayu.
vrm.3.68 On drawing up the flesh of that Rohi animal and lumping it to gobbets, that highly observant Rama placed those gobbets on pleasant greenish pasturelands as obsequial offerings in respect of that bird Jatayu.
vrm.3.68 Then both the sons of that notable man, namely Dasharatha, on going to River Godavari they have oblated waters for that king of Eagles, Jatayu.
vrm.3.68 That king of eagle Jatayu, who has performed a creditworthy deed of stalling and combating Ravana, but who is felled by that Ravana, went away to the merited and auspicious heavenly realms of his own, as and when consecrated by sublime sage like Rama.
vrm.3.68 Even those two, Rama and Lakshmana, on performing water oblations in respect of that best bird Jatayu, and on assertively giving thought to the information given by Jatayu, they like the chiefs of Gods, namely Vishnu and Indra, went to southerly woods when their mind is set to search for Seetha.
vrm.3.69 In this way, Raghava s on offering water oblations to Jatayu went southwestward in the forest and proceeded looking around for Seetha.
vrm.4.6 "And he also said about that arch Rakshasa s killing an Eagle named Jatayu on waiting for an opportunity, and his causing an agony in you by way of separating your wife.
vrm.4.56 At which mountain s tableland those Vanaras sat down for self immolation, to that area the elder brother of Jatayu, a kingly eagle known as Sampati by name, one renowned one for his forcefulness and aggressiveness, and a celebrated and sempiternal sky flying eagle has arrived.
vrm.4.56 "You all have heard in its entirety what deed the kingly Jatayu has done wishing to do good to Vaidehi.
vrm.4.56 "Conscientious Jatayu has done a deed much liked by Rama, and we too have been trekking the forests without caring even for our lives in the cause of Rama, but we have not seen Maithili.
vrm.4.56 a "He that kingly eagle Jatayu who is killed by Ravana is a happy soul, and he is even relieved from the fear of Sugreeva as he departed on the Avenue of Sublimity.
vrm.4.56 "By the ending of Jatayu and by the end of Dasharatha, also by the purloin of Vaidehi, all of the Vanaras are piled into a predicament.
vrm.4.56 On observing the Vanaras who lay recumbent on ground and on hearing them eulogising the death of Jatayu he that king of Eagles Sampati is highly perturbed at that uncomfortable information about Jatayu, and that high minded Sampati sorrowfully spelled out this word.
vrm.4.56 "Who speaks to announce as though to quake my heart that Jatayu, the more precious brother of mine than my own lives, is slain? "How a combat occasioned between that eagle and a Rakshasa in Janasthana, and how am I hearing this name of my brother after a long time.
vrm.4.56 a "Thereby, oh, best vanara s, I wish to listen about the death of my brother Jatayu when he was in Janasthana.
vrm.4.56 b, a "Whose eldest and dear son is Rama, the creditable one for doyens, that Dasharatha is the friend of my brother Jatayu/ But how did Dasharatha pass away? b, a "I am incapable to spread my wings widely as they are burnt by Sun s rays, hence oh, enemy chasteners, I wish you to lower me down from this mountain.
vrm.4.57 Though Sampati s voice is turned husky by his sadness for the demise of his brother Jatayu, the Vanara commanders doubtingly disbelieved neither him nor even his words by the fact of his being an eagle intending to kill and eat up all the Vanaras.
vrm.4.57 Ravana" forcibly abducted his wife from Janasthana, namely Seetha, the princess from Videha kingdom, and a kingly eagle named Jatayu, who is a friend of Rama s father Dasharatha, has seen her while she was being abducted by skyway.
vrm.4.57 a Jatayu" is overly tired when he made Ravana s chariot defective and withheld Maithili from abduction as he is senescent, then Ravana killed him in that conflict.
vrm.4.58 felled him in a combat, that one is my younger brother named Jatayu.
vrm.4.58 Covering the skyway we have gone to firmament much speedily, then bechanced is noontide and thus bechanced is the scorching of the noontime sun, and then Jatayu started to founder.
vrm.4.58 When Sampati the brother of Jatayu spoke in that way, then the highly discerning crown prince Angada replied him.
vrm.4.58 If you are the brother of Jatayu, if you have heard whatever I have said in praise of Jatayu, and if you are aware of the whereabouts of Ravana.
vrm.4.58 Then Sampati, the high spirited elder brother of Jatayu, spoke these words that are self befitting and that would highly gladden the Vanaras.
vrm.4.58 It is I who am to render service in this task of Rama firstly, than you vanara s, as the common enemy of Rama and Jatayu is my first enemy, but I am decrepit as oldness has marred my vigour and vitality.
vrm.4.58 b, By which raw flesh eating Rakshasa this deplorable deed of abducting Seetha is done, if that Rakshasa is retaliated by Rama and you all, my vendetta towards the very same Rakshasa, caused by his animosity towards my brother Jatayu will also be fulfilled.
vrm.4.58 I wish you would shift me to the residence of Rain god, namely the ocean, for oblating water in respect of my great souled brother Jatayu who departed to heaven.
vrm.4.58 Sampati, after his offering oblations to Jatayu, and lodged him as a returnee at his own place.
vrm.4.60 Then the Vanara commanders sat on that beautiful mountain surrounding the eagle from all over, after that eagle has offered water oblations for his deceased Jatayu and bathed for purification.
vrm.4.60 As I was desiring to see that sage I neared that place with much anguish, because I and Jatayu approached that sage for many a time in earlier times.
vrm.4.60 You are the elder, isn t it! And Jatayu is your younger brother.
vrm.4.61 "Then I have informed the Sage Nishaakara all about that impossible and impracticable deed done indiscreetly by me and Jatayu and our following the Sun in red heat, as well.
vrm.4.61 "Oh, godly sage, scorching sun has ulcerated me, shame perturbed my senses for not protecting Jatayu, further I am haggard to descend this mountain to come to you, such I am I am incapable to speak on, elaborately.
vrm.4.61 "Fascinated by our arrogance and inquisitive of our relative triumphs, myself and Jatayu competitively flew up far away on the sky.
vrm.4.61 "Without informing me Jatayu started to trip over the earth, and then on seeing him I too let myself loose from the sky.
vrm.4.61 "I have hidden Jatayu in sky with both my wings from the scorching Sun.
vrm.4.61 "I supposed that Jatayu as has fallen in Janasthana, but I have fallen on Mountain Vindhya, as a wing burnt and insensate eagle.
vrm.5.26 After knowing will that glorious Rama tolerate this outrage?" "Whoever Jatayu nearing Rama will have let known to Rama that Seetha was stolen, that king of Vultures has been killed by Ravana in war.
vrm.5.26 "A great deed has been done by that Jatayu, thus protecting me, although of old age, standing in a dual combat with Ravana.
vrm.5.35 O Seetha! Seeing all the excellent Vanaras sitting down and calmly awaiting for the approach of death, Angada was very much immerssed in the ocean of sorrow and lamented about your loss, the killing of Vali, the death of Jatayu and our practice of calmly awaiting for the approach of death in simply sitting down.
vrm.5.35 Hearing about the killing of his brother, the vulture king Sampati the brother of slain Jatayu the King of Vultures spoke the following words in anger: O the best of Vanaras! Tell me who, where and how my younger brother Jatayu was killed and made to fall.
vrm.5.35 O Seetha with an excellent waist! Hearing about the slaughter of Jatayu, that Sampati the son of Aruna was very much pained and said that you were staying in Ravana s house.
vrm.6.17 It is Ravana who, having killed a bird Jatayu, took away Sita from Janasthana.
vrm.6.20 You killed Jatayu, the king of Vultures and who was senior to you in old age.
vrm.6.123 "And over there is seen in the forest of Janasthana, O Seetha, that illustrious tree under which the highly brilliant and mighty Jatayu, the foremost among the Birds, was killed by Ravana, for your sake, O sporting lady!.
vrm.6.126 Having killed a vulture named Jatayu, who sought to deliver her, Ravana then went quickly in haste, taking Seetha with him"
vrm.6.126 "Having killed that deer, Rama while returning to the hermitage, saw the Vulture Jatayu in the forest.
vrm.6.126 Seeing the vulture Jatayu who was dearer to him than his own father killed, Rama was disturbed.
vrm.6.126 "Meanwhile, the brother of Jatayu, Sampati by name, precisely communicated to us that Seetha was dwelling in the habitation of Ravana.

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