Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 29 Aug 2011 13:27 and updated at 29 Aug 2011 13:27


vrm.1.5 They kill the fattened and roaring Lions, Tigers and wild Boars with the might of their sharp weaponry, or even with the might of their own arms alone.
vrm.1.6 and with them it is like a cave replete with Lions.
vrm.1.17 They are endowed with guise changing faculties, with bodily might and by their pride and might are identical to Lions and Tigers, and they are born free in their movement in forests.
vrm.1.17 b, All of those who are well versed in warfare and endowed with the might of divine eagle Garuda, used to thwart the pride of Lions, Tigers and great snakes just by their own prideful subjugation while they move about the forests.
vrm.1.48 "These two youngsters, oh, sage, let safety betide you, striding like audacious Elephants and arrogant Lions, bearing a similitude to adventurous Tigers and adamantine bulls, and wielding quivers, swords, and bows, are valorous with their valour matching that of Vishnu, and with their eyes broad like lotus petals and with youthfulness in the offing they look like the exceptionally beautiful twin Gods, Ashwin brothers, by their physique.
vrm.1.50 b, a "These two youngsters, oh, sage, let safety betide you, striding like audacious Elephants and arrogant Lions, bearing a similitude to adventurous Tigers and adamantine bulls, and wielding quivers, swords, and bows, are valorous with their valour matching that of Vishnu, and with their eyes broad like lotus petals and with youthfulness in the offing they look like the exceptionally beautiful twin Gods, Ashwin brothers, by their physique.
vrm.2.25 "Oh, son with magnificent arms! Protected by your service to father and service to mother as well as truthfulness, you will belong lived" "Oh, Rama, the best among men! May the wooden sticks used for feeding the sacred fire, blades of the sacred Kusa grass and rings of Kusa grass worn on the forth finger on sacrificial occasions sacrificial altars temples and various sites selected by Brahmanas for worship of Gods, mountains, trees, bushes, large and deep pools of water, Birds, snakes and Lions protect you.
vrm.2.25 "Oh, son! Let the great Elephants Lions with tusks, Tigers, Bears, terrible he Buffaloes with horns not to be hostile to you.
vrm.2.28 "The sounds created from waterfalls in hills and from Lions resding in mountain caves are unpleasant to hear.
vrm.2.29 "Oh Rama! Antelopes, Lions, Elephants, Tigers, Sarabhas, Birds, Yaks and all others which roam in the forest, run away after seeing your form, since they have never seen your figure before.
vrm.2.33 Scared by fear of us, let all the snakes abandon their holes, the dears and Birds the mountain peaks, the Elephants and the Lions the forest itself.
vrm.2.53 Thence forward, those two powerful offspring of the Raghu race Rama and Lakshmana never admitted fear or agitation while dwelling in that vast and lonely forest any more than a couple of Lions on the slopes of a mountain.
vrm.2.61 How the large eyed Seetha can eat a food prepared with wild rice, she having eaten here a good food containing soups and snacks? How that irreproachable Seetha can hear the horrid sounds of cruel animals and Lions, after hearing the auspicious sounds of singing and music here? Where Rama the mighty hero, resplendent as Mahendras standard and the mighty armed is sleeping indeed with his arm as a pillow? When can I see the face of Rama with the colour of a lotus, framed with marvelous locks of lotus perfume, with eyes resembling lotus petals and excellent?
vrm.2.68 Perceiving a locality called Vishnu padam, Vipasa river, Salmali trees, rivers, ponds, tanks, pools and lakes, as well as seeing many kinds of Lions, Tigers, antelopes and Elephants, they proceeded by that broad lofty high way desirous as they were to execute the command of their master.
vrm.2.73 By which source of strength can I be able to protect the kingdom, without those Lions among men, Rama and Lakshmana in proximity to me?
vrm.2.89 While those two Lions among men were talking themselves with each other thus, Guha came in time and with joined palms, addressed Bharata saying: "O, Bharata! Did you pass the night happily on the banks of the river? I hope all is well with your army.
vrm.2.95 "There is none in the world, who would not be relieved of his fatigue and feel refreshed on the banks of this enchanting river, frequented by herds of Elephants, who with Lions and Monkeys, come here to drink and which is adorned with innumerable flowers in full bloom.
vrm.2.96 "The lordly Elephants in the forest, the Buffaloes in the great woods and the wild beasts frightened by Lions are suddenly running away in various directions.
vrm.2.103 From the sound of the cry of those brothers with Seetha, which resembled like the roaring of Lions rose an echo in the mountain.
vrm.2.103 Boars, Wolves and Lions, Buffaloes, Snakes, Monkeys, Tigers, Gokarnas and Gavayas two distinctive species of deer along with spotted Deer felt frightened.
vrm.2.105 While those Lions among men amidst a host of friends were lamenting, that night elapsed with a much difficulty.
vrm.3.2 He skewered three Lions, four Tigers, two wolves, ten spotted deer, and a big head of an Elephant with tusks and fouled with fat on an iron spear, and he is yelling with his deafening voice.
vrm.3.14 "And Hari s offspring are Lions and sagely/mighty Vanaras, while Sharduulii gave birth to Golangulas and Tigers.
vrm.3.43 Those manly Lions Rama and Lakshmana thus bidden by Vaidehi came there exploring that place and then they saw that Golden Deer.
vrm.3.45 a "He might have come under the subjugation of Rakshasas as with a bull coming under the seize of Lions, hence, you hurry up so as to near such a brother of yours who is seeking protection.
vrm.3.46 "This is the dwelling place of Rakshasas, and no goddess, nor a Gandharva, nor a Kinnara can arrive here, but how you have come here? b, a "Here, Simians, Lions, Leopards, Tigers, likewise other predators, Bears, Tigers, Vultures will be moving.
vrm.3.52 All Lions, Tigers, animals and Birds have then gathered in herds from all over and ran rancorously and pursuantly shadowing the shadow of Seetha.
vrm.3.69 He is eating the highly brutal Bears, Lions, predators, and Elephants, and he is outstretching both of his deadly arms, each of which is stretchable to a Yojana distance, and the bothers neared such a Rakshasa.
vrm.3.71 b, a "Such as I am, I have been eating the Lions, Elephants, animals, and Tigers that are on the move in this forest, hauling them in with both of my overlong arms.
vrm.4.3 Dauntless, bold and brave are you with sharp glances of Lions, wielding bows like that of Indra s bow you are the real enemy destroyers.
vrm.4.27 Mountain Prasavana is pervaded with noisily growling Tigers and beasts, mightily roaring Lions, compacted with diverse shrubs and creeper plants, overspread with many a kind of tree, thus it is adored by Bears, Monkeys, Baboons, and even by wild Cats, and that mountain which is always sanctifying and tranquil is like a heap of clouds in its shine.
vrm.4.27 "Let autumn be awaited while containing your anger, and along with me you may stay on this mountain which is adored by Lions, and spend these four rainy months here like a monsoon lion, although you are capable to eliminate the enemy at any moment like a lion.
vrm.4.28 "In forests moving about are the select Elephants that are rutting, the ideal bulls that are delighting, the peerless Lions that are striding, lofty are the pleasant mountains that are standing, the choicest kings are withdrawing from their campaigns, and the noblest of Gods, Indra, is playing with the clouds.
vrm.4.42 "On the beautiful ridges of that mountain flying Lions are inhibiting and they will be winching sharks, fish and Elephant seals to their lairs.
vrm.4.42 "The Elephants inhibiting on the top of that mountain are contended and conceited, and trumpeting like thunderous clouds they will be moving everywhere in that vast area of the mountain abutted by water and near at the lairs of flying Lions.
vrm.4.42 "Listening the sonorous sounds of waterfalls and rapids of that mountain, and construing them to be the roars of their opponent beasts, the Elephants, wild Boars, Lions, and Tigers will always be facing that mountain and roaring proud heartedly all around it, by which that Mountain Meghavanta itself appears to be roaring, proud heartedly.
vrm.4.45 When those great mighty fly jumpers have started to dash off some are bawling, some highly blaring, some more thundering, and some more oddly bellowing, while some more are roaring like Lions.
vrm.4.50 Hanuma has searched in the caves of that kingly Mountain Vindhya, which are jammed in with Lions and Tigers, and even at the towering rapids.
vrm.4.50 b, a Those tigerly Vanaras have also seen Lions and various other animals and Birds exiting therefrom, and entered that cavity which is enshrouded in obscurity.
vrm.4.60 Bears, Antelopes, Tigers, Lions, and diverse Reptiles and Snakes are following him at his heel, as with living beings following a donor, or all donating Brahma.
vrm.4.67 b, a Then that Vanara who is the son of Vayu and a selfsame of Vayu shinned up that towering mountain Mahendra, as he is an enemy subjugator about to subjugate the arch rival Ravana, where that mountain is hedged in with diverse flowers, its pastures are the sweethearts of deer, it is constrictive with diverse flowers of ever flowering, ever fruiting trees and with the flowers of climbers as well, and where Lions and Tigers are freely moving and ruttish Elephants love it, and where the flights of Birds are uproarious, and pent up
vrm.5.1 Hanuma went, like Garuda, in the sky served by clouds or streams of water, served also by Birds, tread by masters of music Tumburu and other Gandharvas, served by Airavata, borne by Lions, Elephants, Tigers, Birds and serpents, decorated by clear Vimanas moving with great speed, shone by fires with thunderous jolt equal to that of Vajra the weapon of Devendra, decorated by people with good deeds, people with great luck who conquered the heavens, served by the God of fire carrying great quantities of oblations, shone by planets, stars, moon, sun and starlets, occupied by groups of great sages, Gandharvas, Nagas, Yakshas but unpopulated by humans, clear and all pervasive, served by the Gandharva king Vishvavasu, roamed by Elephants of Devendra, the path of the moon and the sun, the auspicious one, a wide canopy of the earth constructed by Brahma, served in various ways by excellent courageous groups of Vidyadharas.
vrm.5.6 Hanuma shined purveying the building protected by horrible rakshasas, like a forest by Lions.
vrm.5.6 Together with royal insignia, with best scents and sandal wood, spread with great number of people like a great forest with Lions.
vrm.5.28 In the disguise of a deer, those two energetic sons of Dasaratha were surely killed for my sake, as two excellent Lions killed by a flashing thunderbolt.
vrm.5.35 the eye brows, nostrils, eyes, ears, lips, nipples, elbows, wrists, knees testicles, Lions, hands, feet and thighs equally matched.
vrm.5.39 Rama" and Lakshmana, those two Lions among men also of great strength, ascending on my shoulders, can come to you, like the rising sun and the moon.
vrm.5.39 "You can see soon those valiant Vanaras, with their claws and tusks as weapons, having the prowess of Lions and Tigers and looking like lordly Elephants, coming together.
vrm.5.40 "O Hanuma! Enquire about the welfare of Rama and Lakshmana, the brothers looking like Lions, of Sugreeva together with his ministers and of all other.
vrm.5.56 The mountain was exquisite with creepers and trees, having caves inhabited by Lions, spread over with a number of Tigers and endowed with sweet roots and fruit trees.
vrm.5.56 When the Lions of great prowess dwelling in the midst of caves were tormented and roared terribly, that roaring noise was heard as it was piercing the sky.
vrm.5.62 Some were roaring like Lions.
vrm.5.67 "With her eyes filled with tears, looking miserable, with her words ambiguously coming out of her coked throat, bewildered as she was, at the though of my flying away and afflicted with a gush of grief she spoke to me as follows: "O Hanuma! Inquire those two brothers Rama and Lakshmana looking like Lions, Sugreeva together with his ministers and all others about their welfare.
vrm.5.68 Rama" and Lakshmana, those two Lions among men, also of great strength, ascending on my shoulders, can come to you, like the rising sun and the moon.
vrm.5.68 You can see soon those valiant Vanaras, with their claws and tusks as weapons, having the prowess of Lions and Tigers and looking like lordly Elephants, coming here together
vrm.6.4 There were delightful wells with stairs and ponds in that mountain, sought after by Chakravaka Birds, frequented by Karandava Birds, crowded with water Fowls and Cranes, visited by Boars and Deer, haunted on all sides by Bears, Hyenas, Lions and many dreadful Tigers.
vrm.6.11 Parking Horses, Elephants and various kinds vehicles like chariots, they entered by foot the assembly hall as a mountain cave is entered by Lions.
vrm.6.27 Some of the Vanaras are tawny coloured, some are white coloured and with nails as their weapons having four tusks, with nails as their weapons having four tusks like Lions, difficult to be approached like Tigers, resembling fire, like unto serpents vomiting poison with their very long coiling tails, resembling Elephants in rut, equal to mighty mountains and making great thunderous sound like that of clouds.
vrm.6.31 The enemy fled in terror, pursued by Rakshasas, while being struck on the bak, like Lions pursuing great Elephants.
vrm.6.35 "You received a boon of invincibility from Devas, Rakshasas and Gandharvas, but then are men, Rikshas as well as powerful and very efficacious having strong prowess who are coming hither, roaring like Lions.
vrm.6.39 Frightened by that sound, Bears, Lions Buffaloes Elephants, Deers and Birds were trembled and terrified and hastened towards ten different directions.
vrm.6.41 Those Lions among the Vanaras, possessing the teeth of Tigers, taking hold of trees and rocks, waited delightedly for the signal to fight.
vrm.6.44 Then, the Vanaras saw the two warriors, those Lions among men, being wounded quickly by the serpentine arrows of that enraged Rakshasas.
vrm.6.50 "These two Lions among men, on whom depended the positon aspired by me, are lying insensible, waiting for the dissolution of the body.
vrm.6.50 Seeing Rama and Lakshmana healed of their wounds, the cheifs of Vanaras haowled like roars of Lions and lashed their tails.
vrm.6.51 Dhumraksha, with a mule like clatter, set out in a celestial chariot to which mules adorned with gold and heads of deer and Lions were hitched.
vrm.6.65 Those Rakshasas followed that terrific and mighty Kumbhakarna, mounting on serpents, Camels, Donkeys, Lions, Elephants, wild beasts and Birds.
vrm.6.75 Let those dexterous Vanaras, possessing the strength of Lions, taking torches in their hands, rush towards Lanka quickly, in order to set ablaze the abode of Ravana.
vrm.6.79 Those Rakshasas, who were prowlers of might, made a slaughter of the Lions among the Vanaras, by means of their javelins, swords, maces, spears, lances, sharp edged spears, Bhindipalas slings for throwing stones, nooses, mallets, staffs, missiles and other weapons and by throwing arrows on all sides.
vrm.6.79 On seeing those Vanaras fleeing, all the arrogant Rakshasas roared like Lions, assuming a triumphant feeling.
vrm.6.88 Then, the two warriors, who were engaged in releasing several streams of arrows, fought like two Lions.
vrm.6.99 Filled with that sound, the entire earth, with its rivers, mountains and forests, trembled, throwing Lions, antelopes and Birds, into fright.
vrm.6.99 He released sharp arrows, having the heads of Lions and Tigers, those of buzzards and Crows, even of Vultures and faloons, as well as those of Jackals and wolves, arrows with their mouths wide open, having the heads of venomous snakes with five heads, bringing fear.
vrm.6.102 The mountain, with Lions, Tigers and swaying trees, was trembled.
vrm.6.106 Then began that great battle between the two warriors Rama and Ravana who were desirous of killing each other, while facing each other like two proud Lions.
vrm.6.126 Rama", thereupon, entered that large, terrific and solitary forest of Dandaka, which had been trampled by Elephants and extensive with Lions, Tigers and Deers.
vrm.7.36 The mountain had a thousand summits and the Lions were residing in the caves and hundreds of fountain were falling from it; the mountain was as if laughing aloud and the Devas, Gandharvas, Apsaras and Kinnaras were sporting there with their females; and it appeared in consequence thereof like the region of Devas; and rivers, with waters transparent like crystal, were lowing.
vrm.7.36 Her waters were being agitated by Buffaloes, Deer, Tigers, Lions, Bears and Elephants distressed by heat.
vrm.7.113 Besides many thousand birds, moving in the sky, Lions, Tigers and Boars went before the army.

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