Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 29 Aug 2011 11:45 and updated at 29 Aug 2011 11:45


vrm.1.1 and in benevolence he is identical to Kubera the lord of riches, and in his candour he is like Dharma itself on earth.
vrm.1.6 He who is well versed in Veda s, who is a gatherer of all scholars, riches and forces as well, a foreseer and a great resplendent one, also one who is esteemed by urbanites and countrymen alike, one who is a top speeded chariot warrior aamong the emperors of Ikshwaku kings, one who has performed many Vedic rituals, a virtuous one, a great controller, a saint like kingly sage, one who he is renowned in all the three worlds, a mighty one with all his enemies eradicated, nevertheless who has friends, one who conquered all his senses, one who is similar to Indra, or Kubera on earth with his wealth, accumulations and other possessions, he that king Dasharatha while dwelling in the city of Ayodhya protected the world, like Manu, the foremost protector of mankind.
vrm.1.17 The brilliant Gandhamadana is the son of Kubera, while the divine architect Vishvakarma procreated the great Vanara called Nala.
vrm.1.20 a Unequivocally that chief of Rakshasas is the brother of Kubera and the son of sage Vishravasa, thus we hear.
vrm.1.26 On that very day alone that forest of Tataka too is released from the curse, and it shone forth like the luxurious heavenly garden of Kubera, namely Chiatraratha.
vrm.1.70 and my brother presides over that city as if he is sitting in the Pushpaka Vimana aircraft of Kubera, and as though supping the sugarcane juice like waters of River Ikshumati.
vrm.2.14 "Oh, Dasaratha born in Kakutsa dynasty! May the Gods Sun and the Moon Shiva and Kubera, Varuna, Agni and Indra bestow you victory!" "Oh, the best of the kings The holy night has gone by.
vrm.2.15 "Oh, king Dasaratha! Let sun and the moon, guardians of the world like Shiva and Kubera, Varuna, Agni and Indra grant victory to you!" "Oh, the best of kings! The venerable night has gone.
vrm.2.16 That Sumantra saw Rama sitting like Kubera on a golden couch with the best cloth covering.
vrm.2.16 "May Indra the holder of Vajra in the east, Yama in the south, Varuna in the west and Kubera the god of riches and treasure in the north, protect you".
vrm.2.16 While bards and panegyrists were moving in front praising with great respect, invoking blessings and eulogised by the most excellent instrumentalists, Rama, like Kubera the god of wealth, went with resounding Horses and Elephants.
vrm.2.25 "Oh, Rama! May Venus and the Moon as also the Sun and Kubera and Yama who are being worshipped by me, protect you, while you reside in the forest of Dandaka.
vrm.2.32 Then, Lakshmana the tiger among men himself gave that wealth, like Kubera, to the best of brahmanas as instructed.
vrm.2.35 "Having heard the words of that sage who was pure minded, the king repudiated your mother and lived happily like Kubera.
vrm.2.67 Hence, Yama, Kubera, Indra and the very mighty Varuna are outstretched by the a high and eminent conduct.
vrm.2.91 "I further invoke the three Gods Yama, Varuna and Kubera the guardians of the worlds with Indra as their king.
vrm.2.91 "Let that beautiful garden in the region of northern Kuru, presided over by Kubera always with its leaves which serve as raiment and ornaments, with its fruits in the form of heavenly damsels appear in this place.
vrm.2.91 Twenty thousand more women, who were radiant and adorned with gold, gems, pearls and corals came from the region of Kubera.
vrm.2.94 "This mountain of Chitrakuta with its abundance of roots fruits and water is more beautiful than Vasvankasara better known as Alaka the capital of Kubera, Nalini the capital of Indra better known as Amaravati and Uttarakuru the country of eternal beatitude.
vrm.2.95 "Behold this river, hedged on all sides with various kinds of flowers and fruits, growing on its banks and enhance its loveliness like the lake of Kubera, the king of kings" "At this moment, its pleasant fords, where herds of deer drink and make the waters turbid, create ecstasy in me.
vrm.2.98 "That enchanting mountain of Chitrakuta resembles the King of Mountains on which Rama is residing, as Kubera is living in the garden of Nandana.
vrm.3.4 "By curse I had to enter this ghoulish Rakshasa s body, but I am a Gandharva, named Tumburu and Kubera cursed me.
vrm.3.4 "When entreated by me, he that greatly renowned Kubera said to me, When Dasharatha s Rama kills you in a fight.
vrm.3.4 a King Kubera thus cursed angrily me for not presenting myself in his service when I was interested in an Apsara Rambha, and indeed he alone said this curse clearance to me.
vrm.3.12 b, a Rama entered inside the hermitage and saw therein the sanctus of Brahma, Agni, Vishnu, Indra, Vivasvat the Sun god, Soma the Moon god, Bhaga, and the sanctusms of Kubera, are seen and passed by the three of them, sanctums of Dhaata, Vidhaata, santucm of Vayu, and also like that the sanctum of great soled Varuna the wielder of noose, and the sanctum of Gayatri, sanctum of Vasus, and the sanctum of Naga king, and even the sanctum of Garuda and the sanctum of Kaartikeya and the sanctum of Dharma b, a Then encircled by disciples the sage Agastya came out quickly, and Rama saw him who is glowing brilliant before all the other sages.
vrm.3.31 "Evoking indignation in me it is really impossible for Indra to be happy even for Kubera no for Yama no why them, even Vishnu cannot be happy.
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.3.32 b, a He who enviously devastated the divine gardens of Kubera, called Caitraratha, along with a divine Lake of Lotuses pertaining to the same Kubera, called Pushkarini, and the gardens of Indra, called Nandana, along with other paradisiacal gardens of Gods, Shuurpanakha saw such an envious Rakshasa.
vrm.3.35 That chariot which is decorated with golden ornaments, yoked with monster faced mules that have gem studded trappings is rideable by the wish of the rider, and sitting in such a chariot which is wholly golden and which rides with a sound like the pealing of thunder, that celebrated Ravana, the brother of Kubera and the lord of Rakshasas, travelled towards the lord of rivers and rivulets, namely the ocean.
vrm.3.35 While Ravana, the brother of Kubera, is quickly transiting he saw everywhere the whitish and widish Aircrafts belonging to the deified souls who acquired higher worlds, and from those Aircrafts adorned with divine flowery tassels and piloted by the wish of their steersmen, instrumental and vocal music is resonating, and Gandharva s are singing and Apsara s are dancing in them.
vrm.3.43 Or else, does it exist in Nandana Gardens of Indra no, it cannot be there in the adjoins of Caitraratha Gardens of Kubera no, it will not be there, then how can there be some deer on earth which is similar to this! "Amazing are its hairlines with hair upturned at some places and down turned at other, and the golden spots embedded on the coat of the deer are glittery.
vrm.3.48 "I am known as Ravana, oh, lady with superb complexion, let safety betide you, the highly valorous and ten headed stepbrother of Kubera.
vrm.3.48 "I am that Ravana who when infuriated for some other reason took up a duel with Kubera, his brother from stepparent, wherein that Kubera is set up against and completely trounced in a combat.
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.3.48 "I am that Ravana, oh, auspicious lady, who just by his valour acquired Kubera s auspicious Aircraft known as Pushpaka, whose pilotage is just by the wish of its aviator, with which I will be travelling in skies.
vrm.3.48 "How you wish to commit sins although saying that Kubera, a god reverenced by all of the Gods, is your brother?
vrm.3.49 Immediately discarding the gentle form of a Brahman friar, that younger brother of Kubera, Ravana, assumed his own ferocious form which is similar to the form of Terminator.
vrm.3.52 Like the garland of pristine stars that circles round the loftiest Mountain Meru, that flower shower circled Ravana, the brother of Kubera.
vrm.3.52 Or Ravana, the brother of Kubera, on invading the sky abducted that radiant Seetha who is radiating the sky by her own radiancy like a massive meteor.
vrm.3.55 "Oh, well waisted lady, just by my might I notched up an Aircraft known as Pushpaka from my brother Kubera in a war with him, which is similar sun in its shine.
vrm.3.68 the brother of Kubera.
vrm.3.73 b, a "Wherein the trees fruit all season fruits that transude nectar, why fruits alone, in that parkland all seasons are coeval, as they will be in Caitraratha, the celestial gardens of Kubera.
vrm.4.43 "There is the delightful mansion of Kubera, which in shine will be like a silver cloud and processed with gold, and the Divine Architect Vishvakarma has constructed it.
vrm.4.43 "Where an expansive lake is there, which is replete with lotuses and costuses, overrun by swans and partridges, and adored by throngs of Apsara s, that is the place of Kubera, Deity for Wealth Management.
vrm.4.43 "The carrier Elephant of Kubera known as Saarvabhauma will always be visiting that place along with she Elephants.
vrm.4.58 Literally, he is the son of Vishravasa and brother of Kubera, and he presides over the city named Lanka and he is known as Ravana.
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.5.3 It was filled with well fed and mighty armies like Vitapati, the capital of Kubera.
vrm.5.6 That Hanuma saw the best among buildings equalling mount Mandara filled with pens for peacocks, spread by flag staffs managed by courageous ones like the house of Kubera filled with many diamonds and also heaps of riches.
vrm.5.6 Hanuma entered the big house moistened by liquor made of honey, filled with vessels made of gems delightful one, un congested one like the building of Kubera resounded by the sound of tinkles by the sound of waist ornaments, by the sound of percussion on Mrudangas with deep sound, which consisted of many mansions filled with hundreds of best women, encircled by many spacious enclosures.
vrm.5.9 Whatever wealth is at Kubera, whatever riches at Indra with green Horses, all that affluence was at Ravana s house.
vrm.5.9 Whatever was the fortune of Kubera the King of Yakshas, of Yama and of Varuna, the same fortune or even greater treasure was at this house of Ravana.
vrm.5.9 Whatever wonderful aeroplane by the name of Pushpaka, decorated with all kinds of precious stones, made by Visvakarma in heaven for lord Brahma, whatever plane Kubera obtained by great austerity from Lord Brahma, Ravana obtained that plane by prowess defeating Kubera.
vrm.5.15 Like the garden of Nandana, wonderful like Chaitraratha, a garden of Kubera, surpassing all, unfathomable, an excellent one, a beautiful one consisting of glory together with flowers like clusters of stars, like a second sky wonderful with flowers, like hundreds of diamonds, like a second ocean with flowers of all seasons, spread with trees having the smell of honey, beautiful with groups of animals of various sounds, diffused with many smells with an auspicious soul pleasing smell.
vrm.5.20 "O one with beautiful hips! O one with beuatiful eyebrows! Enjoy according to your comfort whatever gems and wealth belonging to Kubera, all those three worlds and me.
vrm.5.21 "Killed by time even if you go to the mountain of Kubera or to his house or if you go to the assembly of King Varuna, without doubt you will not be relased from Rama like a great tree from thunderbolt.
vrm.5.22 "By you who is strong, brother of Kubera possessed of army, removing Rama for what reason abduction of wife has been done.
vrm.5.34 As Kubera the Lord of wealth, he is a lord to the entire world.
vrm.5.42 "He may be a messenger of Indra or the messenger of Kubera or even a messenger sent by Rama to search for Seetha.
vrm.5.50 Are you, the one who has entered our city, assuming the guise of a spy, sent by Kubera or by Yama or by Varuna or whether sent by Vishnu, as a messenger, longing for a victory?
vrm.5.50 I have no friendship with Kubera, nor am I instigated by Vishnu.
vrm.5.54 He is either Indra wielding a thunderbolt, or Yama, or Varuna, or Vayu or Agni or Rudra or Arka or Kubera or Soma.
vrm.6.4 Let this Lakshmana, resembling the lord of Death, march on the shoulders of Angada like Kubera the lord of riches and the sovereign of beings marches on an Elephant called Sarvabhauma.
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 Oh, Lord! By your rage, Kubera who was boasting himself for his friendship with Lord Shiva and said to be a guardian of the world possessing great strength, was defeated by you in battle.
vrm.6.10 The mighty armed Vibhishana, being adored by the deomons and shining by his own splendour, offered salutation to Ravana the younger brother of Kubera who occupied the throne.
vrm.6.12 I shall do battle with the two brothers, even if they are Indra and the Surya or the Agni and the Vayu or Kubera and Varuna.
vrm.6.13 Once upon a time, this city of Lanka ruled by Kubera was conquered by me with the power of my arms.
vrm.6.24 Lanka is made beautiful by the garden vying with Chaitraratha garden of Kubera, with songs of Birds of various species, with fruit bearing flowers and charms in bloom.
vrm.6.24 Neither by the thousand eyed Indra nor by Varuna in person in a combat, nor by Yama with the fire of his arrows, nor by Kubera in person, can I be able to be attacked in a great battle.
vrm.6.25 "When you return to the city of Lanka, repeat my words faithfully to Ravana the younger half brother of Kubera and the king of Rakshasas.
vrm.6.31 Then, Ravana the younger brother of Kubera saw Seetha the unfortunate one, who did not deserve that fate, seated on theground with her head bent down in the Ashoka grove plunged in grief as she was and absorbed in the thought of her husband.
vrm.6.37 Thereafter, the illustrious Vibhishana, in his desire to please Rama, addressed that lotus eyed one, further with the following words: "O, Rama! When Ravana attacked Kubera in battle, sixty lacs of Rakshasas sallied forth with him.
vrm.6.69 Mahaparshva, possessing a great splendour and vigour and wielding a mace in his arm in battle, looked like Kubera.
vrm.6.71 Thus asked by Rama, the prince having an unlimited splendour, that Vibhishana of great brilliance, replied to Rama as follows: The ten necked king Ravana, having great brilliance, the brother of Kubera, doing terrific deeds and possessing a great power, is the lord of Rakshasas.
vrm.6.76 O Kumbha, the compeer of Prahlada, Bali, Indra the destroyer of Vritra, Kubera and Varuna! You alone are born with a likeness of your father Kumbhakarna who was exceedingly strong.
vrm.6.90 That arrow had been presented to him, in the course of a dream, by Kubera, of immense glory himself, which was difficult to be conquered and much more difficult to be tolerated even for Suras and Asuras including Indra.
vrm.6.92 Seeing Seetha miserably weeping in that manner like Rohini the deity presiding over a constellation of this name, fallen under the sway of the planet Mars, when away of the Moon god her husband, a minister called Suparshva, a good natured, upright and highly intelligent Rakshasa, even though restrained by other ministers, spoke the following words Ravana, the foremost of Rakshasas: "O Ravana, the younger brother of Kubera himself! How do you wish to kill Seetha, abandoning your righteousness, in a bout of anger?" "O valiant king of Rakshasas! Why are you thinking of destroying a lady, ever since you completed the vow of celibacy essential for a study of the Vedic lore and were devoted to your own duty?"
vrm.6.103 Indeed a praiseworthy, great and glorious act has been performed by you, a valiant brother of Kubera, the god of wealth, rich in strength!
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.6.110 "That Ravana, by whom Indra was thrown into fear, Yama was struck with terror, by whom Kubera the king was deprived of Pushpaka the Vimana aerial car, and by whom fear was caused on the battle field in the Gandharva in the sages and the great souled Devas, lies killed in the battle field.
vrm.6.111 Gazing at Ravana, her husband who was killed by Rama of unimaginable exploits, Mandodari there, miserably lamented as follows: "O the great armed, the brother of Kubera! Even Indra the destroyer of strongholds, indeed dares not to stand before you, when you were enraged.
vrm.6.121 O Rama of unequalled prowess! The aerial car shining like the sun, which moves as one pleases, wonderful and excellent, named Pushpaka of Kubera my brother was robbed by the mighty Ravana after conquering Kubera in battle.
vrm.6.122 When all of them ascended, that excellent aerial car, belonging to Kubera, flew into the sky, after having been duly authorized by Rama.
vrm.6.122 Feeling greatly rejoiced and satisfied while travelling in that splendid aerial car, which was now in the air and was provided with the image of a swan, Rama shone like Kubera.
vrm.6.125 Going quickly for a long distance, that foremost of the Vanaras reached trees in flowering, near Nandigrama and looking like those comprised in the garden of Kubera known by the name, Chitraratha and frequented by women along with their sons and elders, charmingly adorned as they were.
vrm.6.127 "This wonderful aerial car, with a speed of thought, which is carrying the great souled Rama, and shines brightly like the rising sun, belongs to Kubera, by the grace of Brahma.
vrm.6.127 Then, Rama, for his part, spoke to that excellent aerial car, Serve as a transport to Kubera, the lord.
vrm.6.127 Thus permitted by Rama, that excellent aerial car, thereupon proceeded towards the northern direction, so as t reach the abode of Kubera the lord of riches.
vrm.6.127 That wonderful aerial car, Pushpaka which was seized by Ravana once, went in speed to Kubera, as impelled by Ramas advice.
vrm.7.11 Lanka is ours, but is now in the possession of your brother Kubera.
vrm.7.11 Finally making up his mind he said unto Sumali: "O revered senior, know that Kubera is like a brother unto me and even like a father.
vrm.7.11 After reflecting for a short while Ravana made up his mind to act according to that vicious advice, his original pious intention towards Kubera having vanished.
vrm.7.11 Therupon he addressed Prahasta with these words: "O Prahasta, do thou repair to my brother Kubera and tell these my words.
vrm.7.11 Prahasta went to Kubera without delay.
vrm.7.11 Repairing unto the palace of Kubera, equipped with all luxuries, Prahasta conveyed the message to him with grave import, "O king Kubera, know me as a messenger of our king Ravana, the king of the Rakshasas and thy younger brother.
vrm.7.11 Hearing this words of Prahasta, Kubera, with composed mind replied "Do thou messenger, tell this my reply unto your lord.
vrm.7.11 Having sent back Prahasta thus, Kubera became agitated in mind, knowing about the evil motives of his younger brother Ravana.
vrm.7.11 Seeing his son Vaisravana, having arrived thus, the great sage Visrava addressed him thus: "O child, what shall I do for thee? What is the purpose of thy visit? Why are thou agitated thus?" Hearing this Kubera, with folded palms, told him: "O, sage, thou art the father of myself and Ravana.
vrm.7.11 Hearing the words of Kubera, afflicted with anxiety, sage Visravas addressed him, with soft words: "O child, thou and Ravana are equal unto me.
vrm.7.26 Hearing the words of Mandhata, Ravana said Ravana did not experience any affliction from Varuna Kubera or Yama ;why should he experience fear from thee, who art a man ?"Having said this, the lord of Rakshasas as if burning in fire, ordered the Rakshasas irrepressible in battle.
vrm.7.28 The Adityas, the Maruts, the Siddhas, the two Aswins, Rudras, the mines, Yama, Kubera, the oceans, mountains, rivers, all the divisions of the Veda and knowledge, ie, Planets, stars, sky, Siddhas, Gandharvas, Charanas, the ascetics conversant with the knowledge of Vedas, Garudas and the Nagas, the other Devas, Yakshas, Daityas and Rakshasas, were all seen in their incorporeal forms, on the person of that great Purusha, lying down.
vrm.7.34 I shall slay Indra, Kubera, Varuna and Yama what to speak of more I shall soon destroy all the Devas and place myself above them.
vrm.7.50 "I know, thou art cognizant of piety ;the citizens, thy councillors and thy brother Kubera also love thee; do thou therefore go and govern Lanka piously, O king; never cherish any vile intention ;the honest kings always enjoy the earth.
vrm.7.51 O lord, know me as Pushpaka coming from the abode of Kubera.
vrm.7.51 Hearing this command of the high souled Kubera I have come to thee.
vrm.7.51 At the command of Kubera I shall valiantly traverse all regions carrying out your behests" Hearing the words of Pushpaka, the highly powerful Rama said to the returning car stationed in the welkin "O foremost of cars, Pushpaka, if such be the case, do thou come here ;while the lord of wealth hath commanded thus, I.
vrm.7.52 And Rama s Asoka forest was like unto Indra s Nandana and Kubera s Chitraratha made by Brahma.
vrm.7.70 He is the moon, death, Yama, Kubera, the giver of riches, fire, Indra, the sun and Varuna.
vrm.7.72 The Vulture having said this, the Owl began "True, it is, O king, that in him are the portions of the Moon, Indra, the Sun, Kubera and Yama, but there is in him also a portion of man.
vrm.7.72 Thou art the very lord of riches or art even superior to Kubera ;like Padma unto the lord of riches, Sri is always by thee.
vrm.7.72 Because thou dost discharge the functions of Kubera, thou art the giver of wealth unto us.
vrm.7.89 By virtue of the portion of Indra s energy the king Khshupa brought the earth under his control ;by that of Varuna s energy he fostered his own body :by Kubera s portion he conferred riches upon his subjects ;and by that of Yama he governed them.

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