Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 29 Aug 2011 09:48 and updated at 29 Aug 2011 09:48


vrm.6.34 Excellent words were spoken by Kaikasi, the mother of Ravana as well as Aviddha the aged minister asking for your release, O Seetha! Let Seetha, be restored honorably to Rama the Lord of men.
vrm.7.5 O mighty king, do thou, gradually, know the offspring that were begot by Sumali on Ketumati, Prahasta, and Kampana, and Vikata, and Kalikamukha, and Dhumraksha, and Danda, and the redoubtable Suparswa, and Sanhradi, and Praghasa, and the Rakshasa, Bhasakarna, and Raka, and Pushpotkata, and Kaikasi of luminous smiles, and Kumbhinasi these are known as the offspring of Sumali.
vrm.7.9 And then the Raksha addressed his daughter, named Kaikasi, saying, O daughter, the time hath come when I should give thee away.
vrm.7.9 And without minding that terrific time, Kaikasi, having regard to the dignity of her sire, coming up before him, stood there hanging her head down towards his feet and throwing up the earth with her great foe.
vrm.7.9 My name is Kaikasi.
vrm.7.9 On being thus besought by the girl, Visrava, best of ascetics, again addressed Kaikasi, like the full Moon addressing Rohini, O fair faced one, the son that thou bringest forth last, shall be like unto my line, he shall, without doubt be righteous souled.
vrm.7.9 Then was born she that, having a frightful visage, goeth under the name of Surpanakha ;the righteous Vibhishana is the youngest son of Kaikasi.
vrm.7.9 Seeing him, the Rakshasi Kaikasi flaming up in energy, coming to the Ten necked one, represented to him, O son, behold thy brother, Vaisravana, enfolded in efulgence ;and, albeit of equal fratenity, behold thee in this plight I Therefore, O Ten necked one, O thou of measureless prowess, do thou so strive that thou also, my son, may be like Vaisravana himself.

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