Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 29 Aug 2011 09:53 and updated at 29 Aug 2011 09:53


vrm.1.22 daughters of Forefather Brahma, and oh, Rama of Kakutstha, I intend to impart these hymns to you, oh virtuous one, as you are the most eligible one, hence take the teachings that are kept safe from the world.
vrm.1.23 At dawn after that night the great saint Vishvamitra spoke to the legatees of Kakutstha, Rama and Lakshmana, those that are sleeping on a grass bed.
vrm.1.25 "To the nominee who bears the burden of kingdom this is the age old duty, and hence oh, Rama, the legatee of Kakutstha, eliminate this infamy, as goodness is inevident in her, isn t it.
vrm.1.27 b, a "Oh, Raghava of Kakutstha s, I will give you two missiles named Haya shira The Horse head and Krauncha The Wrester, and two Impellers, one presided over by the power of Vishnu, and the other by the power of Rudra.
vrm.1.27 On receiving them with a pleased heart, then Rama patted them with his palm, and that Rama of Kakutstha s also spoke this way to those mightily forceful missiles in ethereal bodies saying, "you may manifest yourselves in my cognisance whenever I need you," and he motivated them to take leave and to come back at his beck and call.
vrm.1.28 On becoming personally purified Rama, the descendent of Kakutstha s, received the missiles, and then on their way he is now speaking to Sage Vishvamitra with a pleasant face.
vrm.1.28 When Rama of Kakutstha said thus, next that resolute, well averred and purified sage of eminence Vishvamitra imparted the knowledge of annulment missiles.
vrm.1.28 Gladdening in his heart of hearts Rama of Kakutstha received the annulment missiles saying, "Agreed! Sire!" Those missiles are with radiantly divine bodies, appealing and endowing bliss.
vrm.1.28 Saying "it will be done that way" to Rama, the legatee of Kakutstha s, also on performing circumambulation to him and then on taking his consent those deities have gone away as they have come.
vrm.1.30 All the sages available there are delighted with the princes of Kakutstha dynasty who are speaking thus and making haste for a combat with Rakshasas and they praised them.
vrm.1.33 "The most righteous king Kushanaabha then made up his mind, oh, Rama of Kakutstha, to espouse his hundred daughters to Brahmadatta.
vrm.1.34 "Oh, Rama of Kakutstha dynasty, that eminently righteous Gaadhi is my father, and since I am born in Kusha dynasty, oh, Raghu s legatee, I got the name Kaushika.
vrm.1.34 "By telling these legends it is past midnight, oh, Kakutstha, you get some sleep.
vrm.1.36 a When Kakutstha s have enquired that way, the ascetically wealthy sage Vishvamitra has narrated all the legend of Ganga in its entirety, staying among the sages.
vrm.1.37 "And Gods called that boy, oh, Rama of Kakutstha, whose glow is like that of flaring fire and who is ambidextrous as Skanda for he slid down from the secretions of a womb.
vrm.1.37 "He who is a devotee of Kartikeya, oh, Rama of Kakutstha, he thrives with longevity, also with sons, grandsons on this humanly earth in his mortal life, and on its conclusion he becomes one with Skanda on journeying to Skanda s abode.
vrm.1.38 Describing that legend of Kaartikeya to Rama, the descendent of Kaushi, namely sage Vishvamitra has further spoken this best sentence worded melodiously to Rama, the descendent of Kakutstha.
vrm.1.39 On listening the words of Rama that are inclusive of his inquisitiveness, Sage Vishvamitra smilingly spoke to that descendent of Kakutstha, "oh, Rama, let the episode of the great souled Sagara be listened vividly.
vrm.1.39 b, a "Oh, best one among men, Rama, that Vedic ritual of Sagara came to pass in between those two mountains, namely Himalayas and Vindhya ranges, and oh, tigerly man Rama, that area is renowned for Vedic rituals, isn t it! b, a "Oh, dear sire Rama, the grandson of Sagara and the son of exiled Asamanja is Amshuman, oh, descendant of Kakutstha, which Anshuman s bow will be unfaltering and who is a top speeded chariot rider, and he has escorted ritual Horse released.
vrm.1.39 b, a Oh, Sagara,the descendent of Kakutstha, at this auspicious time the ritual Horse is hastily diverted, you kill him who stole the Horse, and let that Horse be fetched.
vrm.1.40 "On certain occasions, oh, Rama of Kakutstha, when that great Elephant moves its head desiring respite in tiresomeness then earthquakes will occur on earth.
vrm.1.40 "Oh, Rama of Kakutstha, then that great souled sage Kapila, rather Vishnu with unimaginable power, has rendered all of those sons of Sagara as heaps of ashes by virtue of his hum sound.
vrm.1.44 a "Oh, Rama of Kakutstha s, he who listens to this auspicious legend named The Descent of Ganga, which is an endower of longevity, all his wishes are achieved, all his sins are obliterated, and his reputation and longevity are also enhanced.
vrm.1.45 Six hundred millions of such Apsara s with amazing dazzle have emerged from the churning of Milky Ocean, oh, descendent of Kakutstha, and their maidservants who emerged along with them are innumerable.
vrm.1.47 b, a "Oh, Rama of Kakutstha, this province is that one which was once presided over by Indra, and where he rendered services to that accomplished one in her asceticism, namely lady Diti.
vrm.1.47 "The highly resplendent and dauntless Somadatta is the son of Kushaashva and Somadatta s son is highly reputed as Kakutstha.
vrm.1.47 "Presently that Kakutstha s son named Sumati, who is a great resplendent one, an unconquerable one, and a highly celebrated one is dwelling in this city.
vrm.1.49 "Oh, Rama of Kakutstha, from then onwards the Pitris who come to collect their share are enjoying even the Goats, even if they do not have Testes, to endow benefits thereof to those that offer those Goats, and to join the Testes of Goats to Indra.
vrm.1.49 Reminiscing Gautama s words Ahalya received those two, and self consciously offered water for feet and hand washing, and like that she also offered guestship customarily and dutifully, and Rama of Kakutstha on his part acquiesced her hospitality.
vrm.1.57 "Oh, Rama of Kakutstha, deciding in this way in his heart of hearts that self willed Vishvamitra again undertook a supreme ascesis as he is a great ascetic.
vrm.1.60 b, a "Once the sage Vishvamitra said those words, oh, Rama of Kakutstha, that king Trishanku soared to heaven with his mortal body, before the very eyes of other sages.
vrm.1.65 "Oh, eminent sage Vishvamitra, you happened to be here at this Vedic ritual which is conducted by me, oh, Kaushika, that too, along with Rama and Lakshmana, the legatees of Kakutstha, thereby I am fortunate, I am much obliged.
vrm.1.67 Those ministers will also tell the king Dasharatha that both the Kakutstha s, Rama and Lakshmana, are under the aegis of saint Vishvamitra, and thus gladdening that king they will expeditiously usher in king
vrm.1.68 On observing the valour of Kakutstha Rama, noble souled Janaka wishes to gift his daughter as bride to Raghava Rama.
vrm.1.70 From Bhagiratha it is Kakutstha, from Kakutstha it is Raghu, and Raghu s son is the great resplendent Pravriddha, who is reduced to a human flesh eater, and he is also known as Kalmashapada.
vrm.1.73 you all are tender hearted, well behaved and well intentioned brothers from Kakutstha lineage.
vrm.1.75 "Oh, best one among men, out of the two longbows Gods gave one to restive Tryamvaka, God Shiva for a combat with Tripura, and oh, Kakutstha, that bow alone is the annihilator of Tripura, the Rakshasa.
vrm.1.75 and oh, Kakutstha, should you be capable of it, thereafter I will give you a duel.
vrm.1.76 "Such as I was, in my observance of my mentor Kashyapa s order I do not spend nights on this earth from then afterwards, oh, Kakutstha Rama, as I made over this earth for Kashyapa, indeed.
vrm.1.76 "Oh, Kakutstha Rama, you are the lord of the triad of worlds, such as you are, you faced me down, and it is malapropos to say that this is a disgrace to me.
vrm.2.40 At that time, the father of Rama as is well known as a glorious king Dasaratha a scion of Kakutstha looked shrunk, like the full moon over shadowed by an eclipse.
vrm.2.45 Despite the entreaties of the people of his own, Ramathe scion of the Kakutstha, in order to honor his fathers vow proceeded towards the forest.
vrm.2.48 What purpose of theirs who do not see Rama, will be served by their dwellings, wife or wealth or sons or pleasures even? Lakshmana alone is a good man in this world, who was accompanying Rama belonging to Kakutstha dynasty, along with Sita ,duly rendering service to them in the forest.
vrm.2.50 Having traveled the extensive and beautiful Kosala territory and standing with his face turned towards Ayodhya, the wise Rama with joined palms spoke the following words: I bid farewell to you, Oh best of the cities, carefully protected by Dasaratha born in Kakutstha dynasty, as well as of the deities who protect you and dwell in you.
vrm.2.54 Bharadwaja then said these endowed with righteousness to Rama, who had since taken his seat after accepting the aforesaid hospitality: "In fact, I am seeing you, arriving here after a long time, Oh scion of Kakutstha! And I have heard of your unjust banishment.
vrm.2.54 Greatly fatigued, Rama Scion of Kakutstha accompanied by Seetha as the third Lakshmana being the second who was accustmed to all comforts, happily spent that night at the lovely hermitage of Bharadwaja.
vrm.2.111 "O, Kakutstha, O offspring the Raghu dynasty! From birth, the three spiritual instructors of a man are his teacher, his father and his mother.
vrm.3.4 On seeing those two very dexterous scions of Kakutstha, and the best ones from Raghu dynasty, namely Rama and Lakshmana, grabbed and being carried off, Seetha screamed in a high pitched voice.
vrm.3.4 oh, best Rakshasa, thieve me instead and release Kakutstha s.
vrm.3.4 On hearing that said by Raghava, Rakshasa Viradha sincerely spoke these humble words to Rama, the finest one from Kakutstha dynasty.
vrm.3.6 On Sage Sharabhanga attaining heaven, groups of sages assembled and approached Rama of Kakutstha dynasty, who is glowing with resplendence.
vrm.3.43 While Lakshmana of Kakutstha s is speaking thus, she who is self satisfied as her heart is conjured by the cozenage, such a Seetha of a toothy smile deterred him and spoke.
vrm.3.44 b, Rama of Kakutstha is incensed as its form is spellbinding but its capture slippery, and then verily tired as he is he stayed on a pasture taking shelter of a tree shade.
vrm.3.47 b, a "And you, oh, Kakutstha Rama, indeed have to inhabit the forests for nine plus five years, hence you repair to forests and redeem your father from the remorse of perjury.
vrm.3.51 How do you untether yourself from that lasso of the Terminator, even if you go anywhere? "But, oh Ravana, the unassailable Raghava s of Kakutstha dynasty will nevermore condone your assailing this hermitage.
vrm.3.52 "Oh, Rama, for sure you are not able to know about big catastrophe called my kidnap is chancing on you, even though oh, Kakutstha, these animals and Birds are running towards you surely for my sake, to tell about me.
vrm.3.52 That best lady who is very highly panicked bawled noisily, "oh, Rama of Kakutstha.
vrm.3.61 Oh, Rama of Kakutstha, if you consider that we shall search the forest in its entirety to locate where she that Janaka s daughter might be, let us quickly do so.
vrm.3.64 On saying Yes! quot to Lakshmana that illustrious Rama of Kakutstha sallied forth to southern direction followed by Lakshmana, scrutinising the earth on his walkway.
vrm.3.66 If you are unable to withstand this anguish chanced on you, oh, Kakutstha, then how a simpleton and whose boldness is meagre can withstand it.
vrm.3.68 oh, Kakutstha, he that Ravana is unmindful of that fact and stole Seetha only to loose her.
vrm.3.69 b, a Oh, Kakutstha, on regaining the kingdom of our father and forefathers, and when enthroned, oh, Rama, it will be apt of you to reminisce me always.
vrm.3.70 quot When that great mighty Kabandha is asking thus, Lakshmana who has prosperous characteristics has informed him about Rama of Kakutstha, an unremitting dynasty.
vrm.3.73 "On crossing over that parkland, oh, Kakutstha, another parkland with blossomy flowers is there, which replicates the heavenly Nandana gardens, and a replica of Uttarakuru, an all endowing province.
vrm.3.73 b, "Oh, Rama of Kakutstha, albeit the passing of those sages through the pearly gates, their maidservant, a long lived one and an anchoress, named Shabari, can be seen there, even today.
vrm.3.73 "Oh, Rama, thereafter on your taking course to that western bank of Pampa Lake, oh, Kakutstha, there you will see the unequalled and arcane place of hermitage of sage Matanga.
vrm.3.73 b, a "But oh, Rama, a cavernous cave lidded with a boulder stone outshines on that mountain, and oh, Kakutstha, problematic is an entry into it.
vrm.4.12 "By whom seven great sala trees, a mountain and also the earth is ripped off with only one arrow, oh Kakutstha, who then can stand up to you in the vanguard of war.
vrm.4.26 "Oh, lord Rama, this magnificent kingdom of deferential Vanaras who are armed with the teeth, and whose might is a privileged one since our might is not dependent on any weapons or other tactical warfare, except our own bodily strength and oh, Kakutstha, that which belongs to his father and forefathers, and that which is otherwise impossible for him to regain, Sugreeva regained such a kingdom with your grace.
vrm.4.27 "Oh, Kakutstha, you are capable to inverse the order of earth along with all of its oceans, forests, and mountains, then what to speak of that Ravana, all the more.
vrm.7.1 Having conferred on us this holy freedom from fear, O Kakutstha O represser of enemies, thou through good fortune, wilt grow in victory.
vrm.7.47 Kakutstha, knowing himself, being thus duly installed, the first night enhancing the delight of the citizens, was spent.
vrm.7.48 Saying this, Rama, the descendant of Kakutstha rose up from his seat and embraced him cordially.
vrm.7.52 Having thus addressed Maithili, the daughter of Janaka, Rama, the descendant of Kakutstha, then issued out of the inner apatment and entered the middle one filled with his friends.
vrm.7.53 Thereupon Kakutstha, the slayer of enemies, hearing all those words, dismissed his friends.
vrm.7.62 The intelligent Lakshmana, the son of Sumitra, having said this, Rama, the descendant of Kakutstha and fond of friends, with great delight said "Thou hast spoken the truth, O Lakshmana, O foremost of men.
vrm.7.64 Hearing the words of the highly effulgent Rama, Lakshmana, conversant with discrimanative knowledge replied with folded hands, saying "O Kakutstha, it is for a very simple folly that the two Brahmanas imprecated that curse upon the king Nriga, dreadful as the rod of Vana.
vrm.7.73 And it came to pass that one bright morning, after having performed his first diurnal rites, Kakutstha, understanding the ways of the citizens, became anxious to present himself at a spot whence he could observe the citizens.
vrm.7.74 when the sages had spoken thus, Kakutstha said :"O ascetics, tell me what is the work which I shall have to accomplish in your behalf.
vrm.7.74 As Kakutstha was speaking thus, Bhargava remarked !"O lord of men, do thou hear of the origin of the fear that threatens our country.
vrm.7.74 Hearing all this O Kakutstha, thou at capable of righting our wrong! Thou at our chief resource.
vrm.7.75 Do thou, O Kakutstha, accept the installation which I confer on the, preluded by the prescribed religious formulas uttered by Vipras beaded by Vasishta.
vrm.7.76 And, O Kakutstha, a second answer I would not return ;so that, O bestower of honor, I may not, by a second reply, render myself liable to a fresh punishment.
vrm.7.76 And by my order do you summon the Purodhasas, O Kakutstha, and the citizens and the Ritwijas, and the councillors.
vrm.7.76 And on being installed Kakutstha resembled the Sun ;and he was like Skanda formerly installed by the Devas led by Indra.
vrm.7.76 O Kakutstha, this shaft was forged when invisible by Devas and Asuras the divine self sprung and invincible deity reposed on the mighty main, and when creation was oppressed by Madhu and Kaitabha as well as other Rakshasas.
vrm.7.85 Do thou therefore, O Kakutstha, live with me for seven nights, and afterwards return to thy city with thy servants, army and conveyances.
vrm.7.89 Hearing the words of Rama the leading Devas delightedly said "Do thou return, O Kakutstha.
vrm.7.89 By accepting this, O Kakutstha, do thou satisfy my desire.
vrm.7.91 It is for this reason, O Kakutstha, that royal saint, resembling Indra, conferred upon me this wondrous, celestial ornament.
vrm.7.93 Having related this story unto Rama the great saint Agastya again said: O Kakutstha, having subdued his passions, the king Danda, reigned undisturbed in this wise for many long years.
vrm.7.95 Kakutstha, do thou now go with ease and fearlessly, and govern thy kingdom righteously.
vrm.7.107 Having heard up to Twentieth section, Rama, fond of his brothers, said to Lakshmana in the afternoon, "O Kakutstha, do thou soon confer upon these two high souled ones Eighteen thousand Gold coins and all other things they wish for.

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