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


vrm.1.24 b, a "On Mountain Kailasa Brahma created a great lake at his will, oh, tigerly man Rama, hence that is called Maanasa Lake.
vrm.1.37 "On going to that supreme Mountain Kailasa, oh, Rama, which is heaped up with many ores, all of those Gods have assigned the Agni to father a son.
vrm.1.45 a "The god of Gods Hara then left for his abode Kailasa parting with other Gods, and oh, Rama, the joy of Raghu s dynasty, the Gods and non Gods have continued to churn the Milky Ocean.
vrm.1.74 He appeared calamitous in his look by wearing tufty matted and unruly head hair, an unassailable one like Mountain Kailasa, an unbearable one like the Epoch End Fire, irradiant with his own radiance, hence imperceivable for commoners, and such as he is, he clinched an axe on his right shoulder and clasped a bow in his left hand, that in simile is like a congeries of electroluminescence, and handling an arrow which is as if ready to electrocute, and he vied in his overall look with the devastator of triple cities, namely God Shiva.
vrm.2.3 Rama, the best among men, ascended the steps of the palace, which resembled Mount Kailasa, along with Sumantra, to see the king Dasaratha.
vrm.2.7 After hearing the words of that maid, Manthara quickly with wrath walked down from the roof of the palace, which was in the shape of mount Kailasa.
vrm.2.15 The inner apartments of Rama s palace were well decorated, high as Kailasa mountain and like abodes of deities.
vrm.2.17 All around the house, there were various types turrets looking like Mount Kailasa, as group of clouds, as white heavenly cars touching the sky.
vrm.2.33 That Rama the virtuous man, by walking with strides of an Elephant in rut, approached his father s palace, which from a distance glowed like a peak of the Kailasa mountain.
vrm.3.32 a On going to Mountain Kailasa he who has defeated the one who uses humans as his vehicle, namely Kubera, and snatched away his Vimana aircraft, namely Pushpaka, which Aircraft transits at the wish of its steersman, and Shuurpanakha saw such a grabber of others possessions.
vrm.3.48 "I am that Ravana by whom Kubera, the god for Wealth Management whose vehicular transport is handled by humans, is tormented fearfully and made to completely abandon his wealthiest place which is presided over by him till then, and I am the one who made that Kubera to flee to the excellent Mountain Kailasa where he is somehow living, because I will not cause any harm on Mountain Kailasa as I hold it sacred.
vrm.4.11 One" named Dundubhi was there in the form of a Buffalo, whose size shone forth like Mountain Kailasa and who bears the strength of a thousand Elephants.
vrm.4.27 "Even see this mountain available in the southerly direction as if a white cloth is spread on sky, which is vying with Mountain Kailasa and abounding with many an ore.
vrm.4.33 The spires of that palace are similar to the peaks of Mountain Kailasa and it is shining forth with fully blossomed trees yielding fruits that can fulfil every relish of everyone.
vrm.4.37 "Convoke the Vanara s available on the summits of these five mountains, namely Mountain Mahendra, Mountain Himalaya, Mountain Vindhya, and Mountain Kailasa and those that are on the whitish peak of Mountain Mandara.
vrm.4.37 Vanara s who are in the hue of lion s mane have turned up in thousand crores, say hundred billion, from the pinnacles of Mountain Kailasa.
vrm.4.39 Then Hanuma appeared with a thousand crore vanara s encompassing him who in shape are like the summits of Mountain Kailasa and whose bravery is formidable.
vrm.4.40 "On that Shalmali Island in Wine Ocean you will be seeing the mansion of Vinata s son, namely Garuda, the Eagle vehicle of Vishnu, which is decorated with numerous jewels, and which in sheen will be like Mountain Kailasa, the abode of Shiva.
vrm.4.43 "But you all will be overjoyed on traversing that hair raising wasteland quickly and on attaining Mountain Kailasa.
vrm.4.43 Ravana" shall be searched on Mountain Kailasa, and even in the caves of nearby mountains which will be shining like moon, together with Vaidehi.
vrm.4.61 "Before the sages on the peak of Mountain Kailasa we have staked a stake that we two shall follow the Sun till he reaches the great westerly mountain, namely Mountain Dusk.
vrm.5.2 Hanuma saw the city of Lanka equal to peak of Kailasa as though touching the sky, as though flying to reach the sky, with its best mansions, filled with horrible rakshasas and serpants like the city of Bhogavati, one which was unfathomable, a well arranged and a clear city governed by Kubera in earlier times, protected by courageous, Nagas ashivishas: who use poison as weapon, Rakshasas and Guhas with sharp teethed weapons, with spikes and Patticas spears in their hands.
vrm.5.15 That Vanara warrior Hanuma saw not far away in that Ashoka garden, in the middle, a lofty temple filled with fragrance like a second Gandhamadana Mountain, standing by a thousand pillars, white like Mount Kailasa with stairs made of corals with platforms made of refined gold as though radiant with glory, clear and because of being tall as though scraping the sky.
vrm.5.50 When Mount Kailasa was moved by me, is it the same Nandi the divine bull which cursed me long ago and came here now in this form or whether he is Bana the great Asura came here in the form of a Vanara.
vrm.6.7 Kubera who resides on the peak of Mount Kailasa, surrounded by many Yakshas surrendered to you after doing a great battle.
vrm.6.7 Throwing down a group of Yakshas, after causing a flutter among them and taking them in prison, this aerial car Pushpaka was procured by you from Mount Kailasa.
vrm.6.19 He defeated Manibhadra in a battle on the mountain of Kailasa.
vrm.6.39 A palace, duly graced with a thousand pillars, which looked like a peak of Mount Kailasa was three in the City of Lanka, which was always the City of Lanka, which was always protected by a complete army of Rakshasas.
vrm.6.42 The Vanaras stood tearing up the golden arches and breaking down the gates that equaled the peak of Kailasa the mountainous abode of Shiva the Lord of Destruction.
vrm.6.74 O annihilator of enemies! Thereafter, you will see there the Mount Rishabha, the excellent mountain and the very much powerful peak of Kailasa, with a golden hue.
vrm.6.74 He saw the abode of Brahma the lord of creation, Kailasa the abode of Shiva the lord of dissolution, the abode of Indra the arrow discharging place of Rudra, the worshipping place of Hayagriva, the shining place at which Brahmas head fell down, the sun god and Kimkaras.
vrm.6.74 He saw the gigantic Mount Kailasa, the rock of Mount Himalaya and Mount Rishabha, the lofty golden mountain, which was highly illumined by the flaming herbs and the lord of mountains on which all types of herbs grew.
vrm.6.75 By the arrows released from Ramas bow, the main gate of that City looking like a peak of Mount Kailasa, tumbled down, shattered, to the ground.
vrm.6.111 I, who having enjoyed myself with you in suitable aerial cars in Mount Kailasa, mount Mandara, Mount Meru and in a grove named Chaitraratha and in all celestial gardens, decked as was with lovely garlands and clad in colorful robes and invested in matchless splendour, visiting and seeing various lands of every description have now been deprived of all sense enjoyments because of your death.
vrm.6.123 O Seetha! Look at the City of Lanka, resting firmly on the mount of Trikuta, looking like a peak of Mount Kailasa and built by Viswakarma, the universal architect.
vrm.7.11 Shift thy residence to the neighbourhood of the most delightful mountain of Kailasa.
vrm.7.11 Thus addressed, Vaisravana, for the sake of his father s dignity, with his wives and sons, with his counsellors and his vehicles and wealth went to Kailasa.
vrm.7.14 And leaving behind cities streams and hills and woods and groves, he in a moment came to the mountain Kailasa.
vrm.7.15 And having vanquished the deity Vaisravana, he descended from Kailasa.
vrm.7.23 And then the lord of Rakshasas saw the grand abode of Varuna resqmbling a mass of white clouds, and effulgent like unto Kailasa itself; and also saw the milk conserving Surabhi stationed there ;from the streams of whose milk was produced the ocean named Kshiroda.
vrm.7.28 And with darts, Saktis, Rishtis and Patticas he again and again assailed that highly effulgent person, having long arms, a dreadful appearance, huge teeth, a grim figure, a conch like neck, spacious breast, a belly like that of a frog, a countenance like that of a lion, legs like the mount Kailasa, red palms, red hands, emitting dreadful roars, huge bodied, gifted with the velocity of mind and air, dreadful, carrying quiver, bells and chowries, encircl ed by a burning flame and emitting a sweet note as a network of Kinkini does, having a garland of golden lotuses hung round his neek, appearing graceful like unto the Rigveda, be decked with lotus garlands, resembling the Anjana and golden mountains.
vrm.7.30 Thereupon reaching the hill Kailasa, the abode of Vaisravana, the lord of Rakshasas, resembling Mahendra, encamped his army.
vrm.7.32 Having crossed the mount Kailasa, the highly powerful Dasagriva, with his army, reached the region of Indra.
vrm.7.40 Hearing the words of Rahu, the King of the Devas, wearing a golden garland, having his understanding bewildered, proceeded, on the back of his elephant chief Airavat, huge like the summit of the Kailasa hill, with temporal juice always trickling, having four tusks, roaring, and adorned with golden bells, towards Hanuman and the sun with Rahu before him.

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