Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 29 Aug 2011 13:15 and updated at 29 Aug 2011 13:15


vrm.1.32 "That great souled Kusha begot four selfsame and mighty sons, namely Kusumba, Kushanaabha, Asuurtarajasa, or also called Adhuurtarajasa, and Vasu through the princess of Vidarbha, which princess is of noble birth and an eligible wife of Kusha.
vrm.1.32 "Great resplendent Kushamba built the city named Kaushambii for his part, and for his part the virtue souled Kushanaabha built a city named Mahodaya.
vrm.1.32 "The virtue souled kingly saint Kushanaabha gave birth to a hundred daughters with unexcelled beauty through a woman named Ghritachi.
vrm.1.32 We are the daughters of Kushanaabha, oh, best divinity, and we are all capable of displacing you from your realm, but oh, god, we are restraining ourselves in doing so only to conserve our ascetic values.
vrm.1.33 On hearing that sentence of scholarly Kushanaabha those hundred girls touched his feet with their foreheads and spoke to him.
vrm.1.33 a Grace is altruism, grace is ritualism, oh, my daughters, grace is glory, grace is virtue, and this universe is verily abiding in graciousness alone for grace itself is the truth, isn t it! Thus king Kushanaabha said to his daughters and sent them away.
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.1.33 "Inviting Brahmadatta that great resplendent lord of the land, namely the king Kushanaabha, married his hundred daughters to him, pleasing highly in his heart of hearts.
vrm.1.33 "On seeing his daughters getting release from the effect of Vayu Kushanaabha became highly joyful, and he took great delight time and again as and when he looked at them.
vrm.1.33 "Later when the marriage is complete king Kushanaabha bade farewell to king Brahmadatta along with his wives, his own hundred daughters, and along with the groups of religious teachers.
vrm.1.33 She thus praised Kushanaabha for giving his gemlike daughters as her daughter in laws and blessed the daughter in laws.
vrm.1.34 When Brahmadatta has married and left, oh, Raghava, king Kushanaabha he embarked on Vedic ritual called Putrakaamesti in order to beget a son because is sonless.
vrm.1.34 During the performance of the ritual, supremely generous Kusha, the brainchild of Brahma and the father of Kushanaabha, spoke to the king Kushanaabha.
vrm.1.34 Thus Kusha said to Kushanaabha.
vrm.1.34 "Saying so, oh, Rama, Kushanaabha s father Kusa entered the sky and journeyed to the time honoured abode of Brahma.
vrm.1.34 "Then after some time that highly intellectual Kushanaabha begot a supremely righteous son known by the name Gaadhi.
vrm.1.51 "There was a king named Kusha, a brainchild of Prajapati, and Kusha s son was the powerful and verily righteous Kushanaabha.
vrm.1.51 One" who is highly renowned by the name Gaadhi was the son of Kushanaabha, and Gaadhi s son is this great saint of great resplendence, Vishvamitra.

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