Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 29 Aug 2011 13:38 and updated at 29 Aug 2011 13:38


vrm.1.6 High bred from the classes of Iravata, the Elephant of Lord Indra, and from Mahapadma, Anjana and Vamana, too.
vrm.1.15 In the meanwhile the great resplendent Vishnu, the Lord of the Universe, arrived there mounted on his Eagle vehicle Garuda, handling conch shell, disc, and mace in his three of four hands, clad in yellow ochre robes, wearing golden bracelets, and while best Devas eulogised him, and his arrival there is like the arrival of sun mounted on black cloud to accord the gratuitous gift called the rain.
vrm.1.43 "When the god of Gods Brahma left from there Bhagiratha stood on the tip of his big toe praying for the mercy of Lord Shiva for one year, while that tip of his big toe pressurised the earth.
vrm.2.1 The earth wished Rama to be her Lord as he was adorned with self control and norms of behavior bearing undefeatable valor equal to that of universal lords like Indra.
vrm.2.1 Duly adorned himself, he looked after them in the manner Lord Brahma looks after his children.
vrm.2.4 Rama, after hearing Sumantra s words, started immediately and went to the royal palace to see king Dasaratha, the Lord of people, again.
vrm.2.4 "O, son! My worship to the lotus eyed Lord Vishnu with endurance has become fruitful.
vrm.2.6 After Vasistha left, Rama took bath and meditated on Lord Narayana with undistracted mind along with his wide eyed wife, Seetha.
vrm.2.6 Taking the vessel with clarified butter on his head as per scriptures, he offered to Lord Vishnu the clarified butter, by dropping it into the blazing fire.
vrm.2.6 Rama ate the remainder of clarified butter after finishing the sacrifice, which he performed for his own good, silently meditated on Lord Narayana with controlled mind and slept along with Seetha on a properly laid bed of Kusa grass in a splendid temple of Lord Vishnu.
vrm.2.6 He praised Lord Vishnu by bowing his head before Him.
vrm.2.14 "As Vedas along with the knowledge of the limbs of the body guide Lord Brahma who is self born, so am I awakening you now.
vrm.2.23 "Oh, Lord! Today, the strength of my excellent arrows is capable of making you sovereign and making Dasaratha devoid of power.
vrm.2.23 Oh, Lord Rama! Today the effect of my weapons will remove the power from the king Dasaratha and give the lordship to you.
vrm.2.24 While the dependants and the servants of Lord Rama eat pleasant foods all the while, how can he eat roots and fruits himself in the forest Hearing that Rama the beloved and virtuous is being thus sent to exile by the king, who will believe these words? Who will not develop fear Oh, Rama If you, the charming in the world are to go to exile, then it can be certainly said that everything is ordered by a strong destiny Oh, Son! Soon after your departure to a distant forest,
vrm.2.26 Seeing him pale faced, perspired and without endurance, Sita stricken with grief spoke thus what is this now my Lord!
vrm.2.29 "Oh Lord! In the past, you have been really pleased for many a time to take me along with you indeed for the tour of a forest, as longed by me.
vrm.2.30 "Oh, Lord! As a result of grief I will not going to live even afterwards when abandoned by you.
vrm.2.34 Therefore, contain this grief, Oh Lord, for there is no going back upon my word.
vrm.2.41 All the people of Ayodhya, afflicted by grief in succession, heaved profound and burning sighs and bewailed about the departure of the Lord of the earth.
vrm.2.50 Rama, the mighty armed, reached the river Ganga, which is devoid of sins and which dispels all sins, which had fallen from the mass of matted hair of Lord Shankara through the spiritual power of Emperor Bhagiratha, which is rendered noisy by Cranes and Herons, which is a consort of the ocean and which is in the vicinity of Shringaverapura the modern singraur.
vrm.2.50 You are the Lord.
vrm.2.52 Then, Guha with folded hands spoke to Rama as follows: Oh, Lord! Here, the boat has arrived.
vrm.2.56 Having taken bath in the river as prescribed Rama offered oblations to Lord Rudra and Lord Vishnu after offereing tributes to Vaisvadeva.
vrm.2.58 Nurture the feet of the Lord Dasaratha, like with a god.
vrm.2.65 Kausalya and Sumitra, on seeing and touching king Dasaratha, cried O, Lord! and fell on the ground.
vrm.2.77 Then, Vasishta, a noble man, a learned man and the family priest of their father, raised up that Bharata from the ground and spoke the following words: O, Lord Bharata! This is the thirteenth day of the death of your father.
vrm.2.81 While Bharata was lamenting thus, the great illustrious Vasishta who knew the rules relating to kings, entered the assembly hall of Dasaratha the Lord of Ikshvaku dynasty.
vrm.2.84 Rama the son of Dasaratha is my Lord and my companion too.
vrm.2.84 Seeing him approach, Sumantra the charioteer, a majestic man who knows the rules of discipline, humbly told Bharata as follows: This Lord who is surrounded by a thousand of his own people, is fully acquainted with the forest of Dandaka and also an old friend of your elder brother.
vrm.2.87 Bharata of great renown, easing himself well within a moment, consoled Kausalya and while still weeping, spoke to Guha as follows "O, guha! Tell me where did Rama my brother as also Seetha and Lakshmana halt in the night? On what couch and eating what, did he repose? Guha, the Lord of Nishadas, thrilling with rapture, spoke to Bharata about the manner in which he made arrangements for feeding and reposing his beloved and kind guest, Rama.
vrm.2.90 Tell me where Rama the Lord of the world is to be found now?" Requested by Vasishta and other priests likewise, Bharadwaja answered Bharata in affectionate words as follows:
vrm.2.91 "I invoke the fair women who are attending on Brahma the Lord of creation all of them with their external appendages like musical instruments along with their teacher Tumburu.
vrm.2.91 On both the banks of those streams, enchanting and celestial houses plastered with white clay born out of the grace of Brahma the Lord of creation, appeared.
vrm.2.98 Seetha", the illustrious daughter of Janaka, who is following the steps of Rama the Lord of the earth extending to the sea, has fulfilled her object.
vrm.2.99 that Bharata said to his ministers and others as follows: The foremost of men and the Lord of the people, having sought seclusion, sat on the floor, delighted as he was in the posture of a hero with his left foot placed on his right knee.
vrm.2.99 O Fie unto my birth and life! Rama the Lord of Men with great luster,has been overtaken by this misfortune
vrm.2.99 Bharata saw that Rama clad in an antelope skin and robes of bark, seated close by, resembling a fire in brilliance, with the neck and shoulders of a lion, mighty arms and eyes resembling the lotus, the very virtuous Lord of the Earth extending upto the ocean, the Eternal Brahma, and seated on the ground spread with Darbha grass, with Seetha and Lakshmana.
vrm.2.101 "Bring the widowhood of the entire world to an end by becoming her Lord, as does the immaculate moon to the autumn night.
vrm.2.101 "O, gentle brother! Since it was said thus by virtuous men in this world, we should all, women children and disciples, obey our Lord this must be known to you.
vrm.2.103 Then, all those brothers consoled Rama very much and said to him, "Let us offer libations of water for our father, the Lord of the earth.
vrm.2.103 Gaining the door of his leafy hut, Rama the Lord of the earth then embraced Bharata and Lakshmana with his arms.
vrm.2.104 Seeing that ball of food placed on the ground by the unfortunate Rama for his father, the Queen Kausalya spoke to all those wives of Dasaratha as follows: "See this ball of food offered traditionally by Rama in honour of his father, the high souled Dasaratha the Lord of Ikshvaku race.
vrm.2.104 "How can that Lord of the earth, Dasaratha, equal to and a mighty man, having enjoyed the earth with its four quarters, the boundaries of which are the oceans, eat a cake of Ingudi pulp?" "I do not consider any thing painful to me on earth than when Rama the man of fortune offering a cake of Ingudi pulp to his father.
vrm.2.104 Seeing Rama in the garb of an ascetic, radiant in majesty, the extremely powerful Bharata, paying obeisance to him with joined palms, then took his place in his presence, as the devoted Indra sits before Brahma the Lord of creation.
vrm.2.105 "As a donkey cannot emulate the tempo of a Horse, or an ordinary bird the movement of Garuda, neither can I follow in your footsteps, O, Lord of the world!" "O, Rama! Know his life to be blessed forever, on whom others depend Life is, however, difficult for him who depends on others for this life.
vrm.2.105 O, mighty armed! You ought to understand the import of theis simile and being the distinguished Lord of all, may you guide us, your sevants!" "O, emperor, the conqueror of foes! May all behold you, shining resplendent on all sides like the sun, seated on the throne!"
vrm.2.106 Even while being propitiated by Bharata as above, by bowing his head duly sinking in his spirit, the illustrious Rama, the Lord of the earth was still abiding in the words of his father and did not feel inclined to return to Ayodhya.
vrm.2.107 "O, Bharata! You become the Lord of men.
vrm.2.110 O, Lord of the poeple! Learn from me of the creation of the world!"
vrm.2.110 "The delighted Queen Kalindi circumambulated that sage, took permission from him to leave and thereafter on reaching home, had delivered a son, having eyes resembling lotus leaves and having a radiance like that of Brahma the Lord of creation.
vrm.2.114 The highly illustrious Lord, Bharata riding on a chariot emanating a gentle and deep sound entered soon the city of Ayodhya.
vrm.2.115 I shall await for Rama to return to the kingdom since verily he alone is the celebrated Lord of Ayodhya.
vrm.2.118 "But Rama did not consent to accept my hand till the will of his father, the Lord and the king of Ayodhya had been made known to him.
vrm.3.51 "If sin is consequential to any given activity who will undertake it? Even if that person vies with the Self Born God and Lord of the Universe, namely Brahma, will he undertake it?" Thus Jatayu advised Ravana.
vrm.3.65 Oh, Lord of Kosala kingdom, if the heavenly lords are not going bestow your wife propitiously, rather after our humanly effort, then you may do whatever you want, seasonably.
vrm.3.67 "Even if it were to be a plethoric and limitless ocean, and now if I were to enter it, or take a swim to the other shore of blissfulness, even that Lord of Rivers runs completely dry, owing to my misfortune, it is definite.
vrm.3.75 Then that Lord of People and Lord of Nature on exiting from that hermitage, he then came nigh of Lake Pampa along with Lakshmana.
vrm.4.7 Lord Rama steadied himself in his own nature by the words of Sugreeva, and on embracing him Rama said this sentence to him.
vrm.4.28 Lords" of People will be anointed only by their people who bring in the water pots on their shoulders to anoint their king, and that king then shows his own propitious aspect of a humanly king, whereas the Lord of Mountains is being anointed by the water from the cloudy pots, sent by Lord Indra and wafted hitherto by Vayu, showing his own serene as well as propitious aspect of his divine nature on earth.
vrm.4.35 Tara with her visage that shines like the Lord of Stars, namely the Moon, then spoke to the son of queen Sumitra, namely Lakshmana, who while he is speaking is as though blazing with his own resplendence.
vrm.4.67 Shall I make circumambulations for thousands of times around the Lord of Birds and the viper diner, Garuda, while he is on the wing in the sky.
vrm.5.1 He saluted with joined palms to the Sun God, Lord Indra, God of Wind, Lord Brahma and Bhutas and decided to leave.
vrm.5.1 Hanuma turned towards east, saluted his father, the Lord of Wind and increased his body to go towards southern direction.
vrm.5.2 The task of the Lord will also be harmed.
vrm.5.3 "O lord of Vanaras! In earlier times I had been given a boon by Lord Brahma.
vrm.5.8 That Hanuma the courageous one, the son of Lord Vayu, saw the great aerial plane standing in the middle of that building with a surprising hue, due to diamonds, and gems decorated by series of refined gold.
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.5.13 There definitely guards will be protecting assigned, trees, omnipresent Lord Vayu also will be blowing by without force, and by me this body has been made small for the sake of Sri Rama and to avoid Ravana.
vrm.5.14 The son of Lord Vayu, Hanuma sprinkled with flowers shone like a mountain of flowers in the middle of Ashoka garden.
vrm.5.15 Lord Rama losing Her has done an impossible task in that He still preserved His body, in that He did not die from grief.
vrm.5.15 Hanuma, then seeing Seetha became happy thus and went by mind to Rama and also praised that Lord.
vrm.5.16 Sri Rama although bereft of Her that Lord Rama is doing an impossible task by retaining His body and not being depressed by sorrow.
vrm.5.20 "O one with auspicious appearance! The creator of form, that creator of the world, Lord Brahma has made you and stopped I think thus.
vrm.5.20 "O Seetha! Obtaining you endowed with beauty and youth, which man even if he is Lord Brahma himself will disregard leave you.
vrm.5.21 Lord of death may spare you for a long time.
vrm.5.21 "My husband who is a destroyer of foes will take me away from you like Lord Vishnu with three steps taking away the brilliant prosperity from Asuras.
vrm.5.22 "O king! Lord Brahma did not assign to Her wonderful best luxuries earned by the might of your arms.
vrm.5.23 "Among th six Prajapatis, whichever son, the fourth Prajapati, born by the thought of Lord Brahma ,he is famous as Paulastya.
vrm.5.23 By the name, famous as Visrava, with a radiance equalling that of Lord Brahma that glorious sage is the son born from the thought of Pulastya.
vrm.5.27 Rama" with strength equalling that of Lord Vishnu, born in Raghu s dynasty together with brother Lakshmana and with Seetha has been seen by me thus in the dream.
vrm.5.30 "As soon as Seetha shouts loudly, a troop of female Rakshasas, wielding various kinds of weapons and appearing dreadful as Yama the Lord of Death, may assemble here.
vrm.5.32 for what reason?" "My salutation to Brihaspati the Lord of eloquence, together with Indra the wielder of a thunderbolt, to Brahma the self existent Lord and to the Lord of Fire eating the oblations! Let whatever words spoken by this Vanara be true! Let them not be untrue!"
vrm.5.33 "Obeying respectfully the command of Lord Dasaratha, we as such with a firm resolution, entered the forest, which we have never seen before and which was deep and profound in appearance.
vrm.5.34 As Kubera the Lord of wealth, he is a lord to the entire world.
vrm.5.34 Like Lord Brihaspati, he has a sweet voice.
vrm.5.35 Those two brothers Rama and Lakshmana, wandering only in search of you all over the earth, saw Sugreeva the Lord of Vanaras, sitting on the top of Rishyamuka mountain, filled with several trees, having been dethroned by his elder brother, oppressed with fear, but who was pleasant to the sight.
vrm.5.35 We for one are serving that Sugreeva, the Lord of Vanaras,
vrm.5.35 That Lord Rama looking like god, kept those beautiful ornaments of yours in his flank and lamented in many ways.
vrm.5.35 The highly valiant Rama, by killing Ravana the Lord of Rakshasas along with his friends and relatives, will obtain you soon.
vrm.5.37 "O Seetha! Now itself, you can see Rama together with Lakshmana, getting ready for a strenuous effort to annihilate the Rakshasas, as Vishnu the Lord of Preservation getting ready for killing of Rakshasas.
vrm.5.37 "O Hanuma the best of Vanaras! With such a small seized body, how do you wish to take me from here to the presence of my husband, Rama the Lord of human beings?" Hearing the words of Seetha, the illustrious Hanuma, the son of Marut thought it to be the first insult was caused to him.
vrm.5.37 "To me, there is capability to carry this Lanka along with its hills, forest areas, market places, defensive walls and arches together with its Lord Ravana himself.
vrm.5.38 "Slowly wiping my eyes, my face filled with tears, I was seen by you, O Lord, as having been annoyed by the crow.
vrm.5.38 O Lord! She who has a protector in you, actually looks like one without any protector.
vrm.5.38 I know your non acquiescence, imperturbability, profoundness like an ocean, as Lord of the earth including the oceans and as equal to Indra
vrm.5.38 "On my behalf, salute by bowing your head and ask about the welfare of Rama, the Lord of the worlds, whom the magnanimous Kausalya gave birth.
vrm.5.38 "Depending on your effort, Rama will be more active with his effort the following words again and again to Rama, my Lord and the hero:" "O Rama! I shall hold my life for a month.
vrm.5.39 Hearing those words, which were meaningful humble and attended with reason, Hanuma gave his final reply as follows "O Seetha the princess! Sugreeva, the Lord of the troops of Vanaras and Rikshas and the premost among the Vanaras, who is endowed with strength, is firmly determined in your cause.
vrm.5.41 If I go to the abode of Sugreeva the Lord of Vanaras, having ascertained the truth as to who will predominate in an encounter between the adversary and ourselves here itself, then will the command of my master have been carried out by me.
vrm.5.41 Creating a great displeasure to the mind of that high souled Ravana, the Lord of the land of Lanka that Hanuma decided to fight alone against many mighty Rakshasas and stayed
vrm.5.45 Playing with those Rakshasas wielding a bow each in the sky, that hero shone like the Lord of Wind, playing with clouds brandishing a rain bow.
vrm.5.48 Those two warriors, Hanuma and Indrajit, possessing great velocity and a great strength as also fearless in combat, confronted in the battle like Indra and Ravana the Lord of Rakshasas who tightened hostility with each other.
vrm.5.48 Realizing that he had been bound by a missile presided over by Brahma the Lord of creation that Hanuma failing to keep his swiftness, considered it to be a favour of Brahma the creator done to him.
vrm.5.48 Knowing it to be a missile presided over by Brahma the creator and consecrated by spells sacred to Brahma, the creator, Hanuma then recollected a boon got by Lord Brahma, the grand father of the entire creation.
vrm.5.50 Hearing the words of Prahasta, Hanuma spoke to Ravana the Lord of Rakshasas as follows, "I am not a messenger of Indra or Yama or Varuna.
vrm.5.50 "O, Lord of Rakshasas! Know me to be a messenger of Rama who is possessing I am unlimited splendour.
vrm.5.51 Sugreeva, the Lord of Vanaras, your brother, asked me to enquire about your welfare.
vrm.5.55 "Shall I jump into fire now or into the mouth of a submarine fire? Or shall I give up my body as a feed to the marine animals?" "By me who has ruined the entire task, how can I, even while remaining alive, see Sugreeva the Lord of Vanaras or Rama and Lakshmana the best of men?"
vrm.5.57 What amazing is your devotion to the Lord! What a wonderful prowess! What a surprising courage! By our good fortune, you saw the illustrious Seetha, Rama s consort.
vrm.5.58 "Then, all living beings praised me! Saying Good! Well done! Bravo! Thereupon, I leapt into the extensive sky, like Garuda the eagle, the carrier of Lord Vishnu.
vrm.6.2 Oh, Lord of the earth! Desist from this melancholy.
vrm.6.2 You with your resourceful mind, along with us together, ponder over now a design to cross the sea, the terrible Lord of rivers.
vrm.6.4 Let the Vanara called Rishabha, Lord of the simians and the best of the primates march forward, duly guarding the right side of the army of the simians.
vrm.6.5 That darling being carried away might have cried Oh, Lord! Seeking for help.
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.6.7 Oh, annihilator of enemies, Commander of Rakshasas and the Lord! You after performing a battle for a year by you mighty Rakshasas who were beyond destruction, who were valiant and who obtained boons for immortality were defeated using your own strength in combat.
vrm.6.17 O, Lord! He is indeed a Rakshasa by nature and a brother of an enemy who came directly from an adversary.
vrm.6.18 O, Sugreeva, Lord of Vanara troops! If I wish, I can kill those Pisachas, Danavas, Yakshas and Rakshasas living on earth with just a tip of my finger It is narrated how by a dove, its enemy a fowler when it came for a refuge, was received according to rules of hospitality and was invited for a feast with its own flesh.
vrm.6.19 O, Rama the tiger among men! Why not Vibhishanas words, which are soothing at this time of crisis be agreeable also to us? Without constructing a bridge across this fiery ocean, which is an abode of Lord Varuna, even the Devas and Asuras along with Indra cannot reach the city of Lanka.
vrm.6.24 O, Lord of Rakshasas! Those Vanaras are not capable of being spoken to, nor possible of being questioned in this matter.
vrm.6.27 O, king! He who is standing in the middle, with terrific eyes and of fearful appearance, encircled by all like Parjanya the rain god being encircled by clouds is the army chief called Dhumra, the Lord of all Rikshas, who drinks the waters of River Narmada and resides on an excellent mountain named Rikshavanta.
vrm.6.27 O, king! This Lord of Vanaras the commander of commanders on whom, whether he is in a hurried fury or leaping or standing still and all the Vanaras stand looking he is called Dambha who along with his bulky troops dwell on Sahasraksha mountain.
vrm.6.28 After listening to Saranas words Shuka, pointing out all that army of Vanaras, spoke the following words to Ravana the Lord of Rakshasas.
vrm.6.28 As for that Vanara who you see there, resembling an intoxicated Elephant, who in strength and fury is able to churn up the ocean itself, it is he who came to Lanka to find Seetha and spy on you, O, Lord! See that Vanara, who was seen earlier and who appears here again.
vrm.6.28 The other whom you see as an unshakable mountain and standing in the centre of Vanaras as a Lord of all chiefs of Vanaras, with a boundless energy and who, like a Himalayan hill, very much radiating the other Vanaras by his splendour, glory, wisdom, strength and his noble descent, who occupies along with the chiefs of Army Generals, a secret place called Kishkindha, with its forests and trees and the place inaccessible because of its impassable mountains, in which is established a good fortune of Devas and human beings, whose charming and golden coloured garland with hundred lotuses is beautifying, that person is Sugreeva.
vrm.6.29 However, they were observed by the high souled Vibhishana the Lord of Rakshasas.
vrm.6.30 O, king! Here is Sushena the son of Yama the Lord of Death who is valiant and virtuous, as well as a Vanara called Dadhimukha, the cool minded, who is the son of moon.
vrm.6.30 Sumukha, Durmukha and a Vanara called Vegadarshi are surely the personifications of death in the form of Vanaras, created by Brahma, the Lord of creation.
vrm.6.30 Here is Nila the army general himself, the son of Agni the Lord of Fire.
vrm.6.30 Here is the son of Vayu the Lord of Wind well known as Hanuman.
vrm.6.31 Thereafter, Ravana the Lord of Rakshasas who was very much difficult to be attacked, spoke the following words to a Rakshasi, while Seetha was overhearing them.
vrm.6.32 Why are you not securing the privilege of being cremated with a sacrificial fire, even though you have worshipped the Lord through sacrificial performances such as Agnishtoma, duly furnished with abundant gifts?.
vrm.6.32 I shall go along the path of my magnanimous Lord.
vrm.6.32 While Seetha was lamenting thus, a Rakshasa who was a royal guard approached his Lord there with his joined palms in salutation and cried as follows: May you be victorious, O noble Lord! he respectfully announced thus, thereby winning his pleasure and informed that Prahasta the army chief had come.
vrm.6.32 O, Lord! Prahasta has come with all ministers.
vrm.6.34 Excellent words were spoken by Kaikasi, the mother of Ravana as well as Aviddha the aged minister asking for your release, O Seetha! Let Seetha, be restored honorably to Rama the Lord of men.
vrm.6.35 Hearing that sound, Ravana the Lord of Rakshasas, paused for a moment to reflect and looked towards his ministers.
vrm.6.36 "How can you hold Rama, who is a mere human being, a small feeble man, taking help from Vanaras and dwelling in a forest having been abandoned by his father, to be a competent person?" "How can you hold me, the Lord of Rakshasas, terrifying Devas and possessing all powers in full, to be a weaker person?"
vrm.6.37 "Let the mighty Sugreeva the king of Vanaras, the valiant Jambavan the king of Riksha and Vibhishana, the younger brother of the Lord of Rakshasas occupy the central position of the army.
vrm.6.38 Thereafter, Rama along with Lakshmana as well as Sugreeva the Lord of Vanaras together with troops and captions of troops, duly greeted welcomingly and treated hospitably by Vibhishana, halted happily on the mountain resort of Suvela.
vrm.6.40 For a moment, he paused and then with a fearless soul, he saw that Rakshasa, whom he regarded as a mere straw and thereafter spoke the following words harshly: "O, Rakshasa! I am a friend and a servant of Rama, the Lord of the world.
vrm.6.40 Thus, the Lord of the Vanaras, acquiring fame as a warrior, reducing Ravana to exhaustion, ascended into the infinite sky and the offspring of the Sun then went to the side of Rama, who as in the middle of the mokye troops.
vrm.6.41 From now on, that arrogance, born of the boon you received from Brahma the Lord of creation, shall be subdued.
vrm.6.41 Hearing these harsh words from Angada the lion among the Vanaras, Ravana the Lord of the Rakshasa tribe was infuriated.
vrm.6.42 The Vanaras stood tearing up the golden arches and breaking down the gates that equaled the peak of Kailasa the mountainous abode of Shiva the Lord of Destruction.
vrm.6.43 The Rakshasa Indrajit of immense energy fought with Angada the son of Vali, as the Rakshasa Andhaka fought with Shiva the Lord of destruction.
vrm.6.43 Pierced in the limbs by sharp arrows by Praghasa the swift handed Rakshasa, Sugreeva the Lord of Rakshasas immediately killed Praghasa who was appearing to swallow the Vanara troops with a Saptaparna tree.
vrm.6.45 How much less, you two! O, Descendant of Raghu! Having imprisoned you in this net work of arrows furnished with herons feathers, I, yielding myself up to the violence of my wrath, am about to dispatch you to the region of Yama the Lord of Death.
vrm.6.45 Pierced in their vital parts, exhausted, and covered all over with heads of arrows, those two mighty and courageous archers fell to the earth, they who were the lords of the earth, shaking violently like a pair of flag staffs in honour of Indra the Lord Celestials and freed from their raised of chords.
vrm.6.50 Meanwhile, Sugreeva the king of Vanaras, possessing a great splendour and a mighty power, enquired saying, "Why is this army agitated, like a ship driven out of its course in water?" Hearing the words of Sugreeva, Angada the son of Vali replied, saying "Do you not see the high souled Rama and Lakshmana of the great chariot, those two valiant sons of Dasaratha covered with darts lying all bloody in a bed of arrows?" Thereupon, Sugreeva the Lord of Vanaras said to his son Angada: "To my mind, there is some othere cause why the Vanaras are bewildereed.
vrm.6.51 Having spoken thus to his ministers, Ravana the Lord of Rakshasas said to his Rakshasas who stood round him there as follows "You immediately discover from what cause this general rejoicing among all these Vanaras coming for the their present grievous situation! Thus commanded by Ravana, they mounted the rampart very briskly and saw the army lead by the high souled Sugreeva and also the highly fortunate Rama and Lakshmana who were relieved of the terrific shackle of arrow a and risen up together.
vrm.6.54 With their limbs crippled by those arrows and frightened, those Vanara battalions sought refuge with Angada, as all creatures with Brahma the Lord of Creation.
vrm.6.54 The mighty Angada experienced a great joy amidst the Vanara forces, honoured by them for his high courage and he resembled the Lord of a Thousand Eyes surrounded by the Devas.
vrm.6.57 Hearing of Akampana s killing, Ravana the Lord of Rakshasas, with a little depressed face, was enraged and looked towards his ministers.
vrm.6.57 Seeing Lanka besieged, Ravana the Lord of Rakshasas spoke as follows to Prahasta who was skilled in war fare and who wished well of him even at a critical time.
vrm.6.57 Having spoken thus to Lord Ravana, the General Prahasta said to his leading officers who stood before him as follows: "Gather a large army of Rakshasas together for me.
vrm.6.59 Speaking thus, Ravana the enemy of the Lord of Devas ascended his chariot which shone like a flame and was yoked to a team of excellent Horses with its brilliance of an effulgent body.
vrm.6.59 That Ravana along with the flesh eating Rakshasas whose forms resembled mountains and clouds and whose glances flashed like torches shone like Rudra the Lord of Immortals surrounded by genii.
vrm.6.59 eyes, with heads of Tigers, Buffalo mighty Elephants, deer and Horses, under an excellent white canopy with slender ribs and shining like a moon, he who is the humbler of the Gods themselves, shining like unto Rudra amidst the genii, is the suzerain Lord of Rakshasas there.
vrm.6.59 His formidable stature equals the Vindhya the Lord of Mountains.
vrm.6.59 Then, Rama the annihilator of enemies, answered Vibhishana and said Alas! What glory, what majesty is Ravana s the Lord of Rakshasas! Ravana is beaming like the sun with his rays difficult to be gazed, neither can the eye rest on him such is the binding strength of his magnificence!
vrm.6.59 Amidst the fiery ghosts of terrible aspect, this king of Rakshasas shines like Yama the Lord of Death surrounded by blazing genii endowed
vrm.6.59 Seeing Ravana with his radiant bow, in the battle, Sugreeva the Lord of Vanaras tearing up a huge mountain top, ran towards that king of Rakshasas.
vrm.6.59 While that mountain top with its well developed ridges and excellent trees was rent asunder and fell on the earth, Ravana like unto another Yama the Lord of Death, loosed an arrow resembling a great serpent.
vrm.6.59 That Lord of Rakshasas, with hundreds of arrows, possessed of sharp points, rendered their projectiles fruitless and pierced those leaders of the Vanaras with a multitude of marvellous golden shafted arrows.
vrm.6.59 O, Lord! I shall slay him.
vrm.6.59 Thus spoken, the highly energetic and the valiant Ravana the Lord of Rakshasas struck Hanuma the son of Anila a violent blow on his chest with the palm of his hand.
vrm.6.59 Then, Hanuma answered, O, Ravana! Cursed by that strength since you do still survive! O, foolish fellow! Why this boasting? Now come, strike me once! My fist is about to dispatch you to the Abode of Yama the Lord of Death! Hearing the words of Hanuma, the powerful Ravana, enraged, his
vrm.6.59 With his terrific arrows in the likeness of serpents, Ravana the powerful Lord of Rakshasas pierced the vital parts of his enemy, thus overwhelming
vrm.6.59 Meanwhile, Hanuma of exalted mind, burning with courage, regained his breath and in his martial ire cried out furiously towards Ravana, the Lord of Rakshasas who occupied in fight with Nila as follows: It is not proper to
vrm.6.59 arrows and struck Lakshmana in the forehead with a struck Lakshmana in the forehead with a shaft as bright as the Fire of Time, which had been bestowed on him by Brahma the Lord of Creation.
vrm.6.59 Ravana, the enemy of Devas, whose bow was broken, struck by the arrows, his limbs spattered with flesh, and streaming with blood, himself of formidable energy, seized in the battle a spear gifted to him by Brahma the Lord of Creation.
vrm.6.59 Ravana the Lord of the country of Rakshasas hurled with strength on Lakshmana, that blazing spear, emitting smoke and as bright as fire, frightening the Vanaras in the fray.
vrm.6.59 By that blow of the fist, Ravana the Lord of Rakshasas reeled and fell on his knees to the ground.
vrm.6.59 Healed and free from that lance, Lakshmana the annihilator of his foes, recollected of himself as a part of the inconceivable Vishnu the Lord of Preservation.
vrm.6.59 Rama the Lord of men then saw Ravana standing in his chariot in the battle field.
vrm.6.59 Seeing that Ravana swooning, the magnanimous Rama took up a blazing arrow shaped like a crescent moon and immediately used it to shatter the diadem of Ravana the Lord of Rakshasas, which was of bright hue.
vrm.6.59 In that battle field, Rama said to that Lord of Rakshasas whose splendour was dimmed, the setting of his diadem river, who resembled a venomous snake robbed of its poison or like a sun its rays extinguished, bereft of
vrm.6.59 While that mighty Ravana the Lord of Rakshasas and the enemy of
vrm.6.60 The Lord of Rakshasas was maddened in recollecting Rama s arrows resembling the Rod of Brahma the Lord of creation and possessed of the splendour of lightning.
vrm.6.60 Resting on an excellent and charming throne made of Gold, Ravana looked at the Rakshasas and spoke the following words: "All that great penance performed by me became a waste indeed, for, I who am equal to Mahendra the Lord of Devas have been defeated by a mere man!" "The terrible words of Brahma the Lord of Creation saying, You know of the threat from men appear true.
vrm.6.60 Get thee hence were the words addressed by Rama who is equal to the sun in splendour, to Ravana in person the Lord of Rakshasas and the trouble some person to Devas.
vrm.6.60 "O, Lord of Rakshasas! Kumbhakarna, your brother, has wakened.
vrm.6.60 The fuming Kumbhakarna, going to his brother s palace along with the army of Rakshasas, appeared like Yama the Lord of Death at the end of all destroying Time.
vrm.6.60 The royal high way was illumined by his body, like unto that orb of a thousand rays the sun by its flashes illumines the earth and he went there, surrounded by a circle of Rakshasas paying obeisance, resembling Indra approaching the abode of Brahma the Lord of Creation.
vrm.6.61 Seeing that paramount Rakshasa, whose appearance was in the form of a mountain and looking like Lord Narayana taking strides across space, Rama became vigilant.
vrm.6.67 "O Vanara! You are the grandson of Lord Brahma and even the son of Riksharaja sprung from the yawn of Brahma endowed with firmness and valour.
vrm.6.69 But good persons like you do not lament as you are doing, O king! O Lord! You are capable of conquering even the three worlds.
vrm.6.71 He is shining like Lord Shiva surrounded by genii, with resplendent and sharp spikes, with very sharply barbed javelins and lances.
vrm.6.71 Why do you wish to fight with me, who is like Yama the Lord of Death? Go away.
vrm.6.74 Beholding the sea, whose waves along with its water were made to agitate and all whose creatures were caused to whirl round, Hanuma quickly speeded up, like the discuss loosed by the fingers of Lord Vishnu.
vrm.6.74 He saw the abode of Agni, the abode of Vaisravana son of Visrava shining like the sun, the spot where the sun was tied down, the abode of Brahma, the abode of bow belonging to Lord Shiva and the navel of the earth.
vrm.6.75 Rama, drawing his great bow, was as shining at that time as Lord Shiva, stretching his bow, consisting of the Vedas in a great wrath as at the time of dissolution of the universe.
vrm.6.79 That great spike, which was difficult to be obtained, was gifted to him by Rudra, one of the eight forms of Shiva the Lord of Dissolution.
vrm.6.90 Thus being killed by steel arrows, those Vanaras of terrible prowess sought refuge in Lakshmana, as people would take refuge in Brahma the Lord of Creation.
vrm.6.92 "Alas! My child, the chief of the army of Rakshasas, having extraordinary might! Having conquered Indra, how have you been subjected to the power of Lakshmana now?" "Certainly, when enraged, you would pierce with your arrows in battle, even the all destroying time in the form of Yama the Lord of Death and even the peaks of Mount Mandara.
vrm.6.94 Rama", coming in the form of either Rudra the lord of destruction or Vishnu, the lord of preservation, or Indra who performed one hundred ritual sacrifices, or otherwise Yama, the Lord of Death himself, is killing us.
vrm.6.105 "Hail to you, the giver of victory, hail to you, the joy born of victory! Hail to you, the god with green Horses, hail to you, having thousands of rays! Hail, hail to you the son of Aditi! "Hail to you, the fierce one, hail to you the valiant one! Hail to you, the one with variegated colours! Hail to you, the awakener of the louts, hail to you, the furious one!" "Hail to you, the ruler of Brahma, Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu the infallible, the sun god, the light indwelling the solar orb, the resplendent one, the devourer of all, appearing in form of Rudra.
vrm.6.111 He conquered the guardians of the worlds and lifted up Lord Shiva.
vrm.6.111 Why do you intend to go, leaving me here, miserable as I am? Why do you not speak to me, a sad and lamenting creature, and unfortunate as I am? O Lord! Are you not indeed enraged, in seeing me on foot in this way out through the city gate, unveiled and come on foot in the way? O lover of your consorts! Look at all your spouses, who came out, with their veils dropped off.
vrm.6.117 "You are the Lord Narayana himself the glorious god, who wields the discus.
vrm.6.117 You are the first creator of all, the three worlds, and the self constituted Lord of all.
vrm.6.117 "O Lord! Unerring is your valour.
vrm.6.119 Hearing the auspicious words thus spoken by Rama, Lord Shiva the Supreme Lord thereupon delivered the following still more beautiful speech: "O lotus eyed, long armed, broad chested, annihilator of enemies and excellent among those upholding the cause of virtue! Thank heaven! You accomplished this task.
vrm.6.119 May that terrific curse not touch Kaikeyi and her son, O Lord!" Saying May it be" to Rama who stood with joined palms embraced Lakshmana.
vrm.6.120 When Dasaratha returned, the Lord Indra, the destroyer of Paka, was very much pleased and spoke to Rama, who stood there with his oined palms.
vrm.6.125 "O Lord! I am telling you a pleasant news.
vrm.6.126 "O Lord, the long armed! How your mother was conferred with two boons by your father, how Rama was sent to exile, how Dasaratha the king died, with a shocking sorrow for his son s exile, how you were brought quickly from Rajagriha the seat of government of Kekaya kings by the envoys, how sovereignty was not coveted by you when you returned to Ayodhya, how on your going to mount Chitrakuta, your, elder brother the tormentator of enemies was invited by you who followed righteousness to take back the kingdom, how Rama who stood by his father s words, renounced the kingdom and stood by his father s words, renounced the kingdom and how your returned to Ayodhya, taking with you the wooden sandals all this is known accurately to you.
vrm.6.128 The great armed Rama is the primordial Lord, clearly placed before the eyes.
vrm.7.16 And thereat that Lord Mahadeva, pleased, set free the hands of Dasanana stationed at the top of the mount, and O Rama, addressed him, saying, O Dasanana, pleased am I with thee on account of thy hymns.
vrm.7.16 So, O Paulastya, which way thou wishest, and permitted by me, O Lord of Rakshasas, go thou.
vrm.7.17 O Lord, this is she that hath been born as the daughter of king Janaka, thy wife, O mighty armed one.
vrm.7.22 Thou art our Lord.
vrm.7.28 O foremost of the Devas, I am immortal I do not fear thee ;and even if I meet with death, I may have it from thee and no one else, O Lord.
vrm.7.117 Lord Brahma, the father of all creatures, has said that thou didst promise to preserve the three worlds.

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