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


vrm.2.25 "The six holy seasons, months, years and the measures of time known as Kala equilent to one minute and Kastha /th of Kala or two seconds bestow you happiness.
vrm.4.43 "You to Soma hermitage, which is adored by the Gods and Gandharva s, and then you go to that great peaked mountain named Mountain Kala.
vrm.4.43 "On going across that lordly mountain Kala, which great mountain is impregnated with gold, it will be apt of you to go to the mountain named Sudarshana afterwards.
vrm.5.54 He may be Kala himself.
vrm.6.7 Oh, king! After entering a great ocean in the shape of Yamas realm, with a huge alligator in the form of deaths rod of punishment, adorned with silk cotton trees bristling with thorns to be used a weapons, turbulent with a huge wave in the shape of noose of Kala with Nagas in the form of Yamas servants and difficult to be conquered on account of mighty Jvara and churning the sea in the form of Yamas forces, a great victory was obtained and death warded off by you.
vrm.6.67 Thereupon, that Rama got hold of an arrow spelled with a missile presided over by Indra effulgent as sun s rays, resembling the rod of Brahma the lord of creation as also the destructive Kala, the Time Spirit, and having its speed equal to the wind.
vrm.6.105 "He is Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva, Skanda, Prajapati, Indra, Kubera the bestower of riches, Kala, Yama, Soma the moon god and Varuna, the lord of waters.
vrm.7.6 And at the command of Kala, terrible evil omens foreshadowing the destruction of the Rakshasa chiefs began to aise on the earth well as in the sky.
vrm.7.6 Creatures were one after another seen to drop down ;and mighty swarms of vultures, with mouths belching foth flames, began to wheel over the Rakshasa, like unto Kala himself.
vrm.7.7 And thereat the disc, possessed of the splendour of the solar disc, and resembling the wheelf itself of Kala, flooding all the heavens with radiance, brought down Mali s head to the ground.
vrm.7.37 Thereupon there ensued a terrible encounter capable of making down erect between the thousand armed Arjuna, the king of men, and the twenty armed Ravana, the king of Rakshasas, And taking up their clubs Arjuna and Ravana began to ight with one another emitting cries like the mutterings of clouds, like unto two huge bulls fighting for a cow, two agitated oceans, two moving mountains, two effulgent Adityas, two burning flames, two proud elephants, two proud lions and like the very Rudra and Kala.
vrm.7.40 What I have seen myself performed by Hanuman in the conflict is above the power of Kala, Vasava and even the lord of riches.
vrm.7.44 He is day, night morning and evening, Yama, the moon, Kala, the wind, Brahma, Rudra, Indra and water.
vrm.7.72 Once on a time a Brahmana, by the name of Gautama, the very personiication of Kala, came to the house of Brahmadatta for food and said O king, I shall feed in thy house for more than a hundred years.
vrm.7.81 I now perceive thou hast also been possessed by Kala.
vrm.7.86 We have been brought under the influence of Kala ;so in thy kingdom there is not the least happiness for us.
vrm.7.116 In this wise the virtuous Rama having spent some time Kala, assuming the shape of an ascetic, arrived at the palace gate.
vrm.7.117 Thou didst, in thy pristine birth, beget me on Maya I am Kala, the destroyer of all.
vrm.7.117 Hearing those unequalled words of the Patriarch from the mouth of Kala, the destroyer of all, Rama smiling said: I have been greatly pleased and happy for thy coming here, O my son.
vrm.7.118 While Rama and Kala were thus conversing with one another, the great ascetic Durvasa arrived at the gate for seeing Rama and approaching Lakshmana said: O Saumitri, do thou soon take me to Rama; my time goes away, so do thou take me first.
vrm.7.118 Heaing the words of Lakshmana and having bade adieu, unto Kala, Rama soon came out and saw Atri s son.
vrm.7.118 Thereupon remembering the words of Kala, Rama was greatly sorry.
vrm.7.118 Thereupon thinking of Kala s words and determining that every calamity would befall him, that highly illustious descendant, of Raghus, summoned patience.

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