Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 29 Aug 2011 15:08 and updated at 29 Aug 2011 15:08


vrm.1.1 b, a "On seeing the eagle Jatayu almost dead and on hearing from the same eagle that Maithili is stolen, seethed with anguish and senses frenzied Raghava bewailed.
vrm.3.13 The well worn trail of yours on pathway is strenuousness and painful for you two, and it is evident from the sweat above your necks, even much more for Janaka s daughter, Maithili.
vrm.3.13 There Maithili will take delight nearby River Godavari, and it is with abundant tubers, fruits, various are its bird flocks, and it is very reclusive too, oh, great dextrous Rama, further it is meritorious and appealing.
vrm.3.37 "As the spire of blazing ritual fire cannot be abused, so also, she that curvaceous Maithili, the cherished wife of that dynamic Rama, is an impossibility for any abuse.
vrm.3.38 "Dense with skyscrapers and palaces, and decorated with many a gemstone is that city Lanka, but you will see it completely shattered down, for the sake of that Maithili.
vrm.3.43 a "Oh, Lakshmana, the descendent of Raghu, you stay here in all preparedness and guard Maithili steadfastly, whatever enterprise of ours is there that is founded in her.
vrm.3.43 b, "Oh, Lakshmana, you be here taking care of Maithili along with the forthright, formidable and fatherly Bird Jatayu, and be watchful and suspicious from everywhere and every split second.
vrm.3.45 "I do not venture to reply you Maithili, as you are like a deity to me.
vrm.3.46 Maithili explored him who arrived with the features of a Brahman, with a saffron robe and alms bowl, and finding no reason to refute him flatly, as he has come like a Brahman, she invited him as a Brahman.
vrm.3.46 Or Maithili explored him who arrived with the features of a Brahman, with a saffron robe and alms bowl, and as he came with an unimperilling appearance of a Brahman, she invited him as she would ordinarily invite a real Brahman.
vrm.3.46 Ravana thoroughly observed that wife of the king, Maithili, when she invited him talking civilities contextual in inviting a guest, that too Brahman sanyasi, and he firmed up his mind to abduct her even forcibly, and started to dedicate himself for destruction.
vrm.3.48 "Just by seeing rancour shot face of mine, oh, Maithili, all the Gods will quickly shoot off, even if Indra is leading them, then where is the question of their confronting me.
vrm.3.49 That wordsmith Ravana again spoke these words to Maithili, "Perhaps you have not heard about my valour and vanquishes in all your madness for Rama.
vrm.3.49 a On discarding that guise of a Brahman friar that sovereign of Rakshasas Ravana educed his own physique and then that mighty bodied one attired in reddish clothing stood before Maithili observing that gem of a lady.
vrm.3.49 b, She whose tresses are glossily blackish until their ends, and who has on her glittering jewellery and silken ochry sari, whereby who is imperceivable like sun s glaring shine, to such Maithili Ravana spoke.
vrm.3.49 b, a On saying that sentence to Maithili, who by herself is a nice talker and who is a proper one for addressing with nice words, that verily evil minded Rakshasa Ravana maddened by lust drew nigh of Seetha and grabbed her, as Budha, the Jupiter grabs the Star Rohini in firmament.
vrm.3.51 But on seeing the commandant of Birds Jatayu is fatigued owing to his senescence, Ravana is gladdened and he again rose up to skies taking Maithili.
vrm.3.52 She that golden coloured Maithili who is moored by the blackish bodied sovereign of Rakshasas shone forth like a sapphirine gemstone studded in a golden cincture.
vrm.3.52 With wilted lotuses and scared fishes and other beings moving in water the lotus lakes are unenthusiastically sorrowing for Maithili as though Seetha is their girlfriend.
vrm.3.52 She who is already detracted from her kinsfolk in Mithila or in Ayodhya, that Maithili with pretty teeth and clean cut smile is then distanced from the only two last kinsmen, for either Raghava or Lakshmana or both are unseen by her, and thus her face is paled for she is chastened by the cumber of consternation.
vrm.3.53 Maithili, the daughter of Janaka, on seeing the skyward flight of Ravana taking her along became highly frantic and remaining in highest dismay she is distraught.
vrm.3.54 The chief of Rakshasas Ravana captivating Maithili, who is still wailing, has crossed the Pampa region down underneath and advanced facing the City of Lanka.
vrm.3.54 Ravana is then highly gladdened well and truly on gaining over Seetha, and even for holding sway over that Maithili, and equally for the well wrought and archly animosity with Rama, whereby that Rakshasa Ravana is hypocritically amused.
vrm.3.55 b, That Dasamukha Ravana displayed the multiple stories of his own palace which is all over white marbled and diamond encrusted to Maithili.
vrm.3.55 a "Oh, Maithili, here all the garlands are divinely fragranced and the jewellery is topmost, you will dress up with them along with me should you become my wife.
vrm.3.55 b, c That Dasamukha Ravana on speaking thus to Maithili, who is the daughter of Janaka, deemed that she is mine, as he has gone under the sway of the Terminator.
vrm.3.56 a Vaidehi on speaking those highly caustic words angrily to Ravana in this way, she that Maithili spoke no more in that matter.
vrm.3.56 "Oh, angry lady Maithili, listen to my words.
vrm.3.56 Just by that order of Ravana those Rakshasi s of grotesque and ugly appearance have obediently made palm fold to him and encircled Maithili.
vrm.3.56 "Let this Maithili be taken to the centre of Ashoka gardens, where you all shall blockade and guard her stealthily.
vrm.3.56 When Ravana has clearly ordered, those Rakshasi s on their part took Maithili to Ashoka garden.
vrm.3.56 But she that Janaka s daughter Maithili whose body is with a coverall of anguish, further on obtaining the control of Rakshasi s, she is as good as a she deer under the coverall of tigresses.
vrm.3.56 Maithili, the daughter of Janaka, who is already consumed by utmost agony has not obtained any placidity now as with a she deer bound by tether where timorousness is common to both.
vrm.3.56 Maithili knows no peace when the bizarre eyed Rakshasi s have highly intimidated her, and by shut seeing those Rakshasi s her reminiscences went over to her dear husband and about her brother in law Lakshmana too, and when she felt about the improbability of their coming here, she is distraught with alarm and anguish, and then she swooned.
vrm.3.57 While Rama is anxiously hurrying to see Maithili, then a brutish voiced jackal deafeningly howled at his behind.
vrm.3.57 Else if Maithili listens, she will hasten him to go over here and Soumitri instantly rushes here leaving her off.
vrm.3.59 For what reason you came to me on abandoning Maithili? "What my heart had been doubting, rather a perilous evil, oh, Lakshmana, that has become a fact on seeing only you, coming to me leaving off Maithili.
vrm.3.59 Maithili" gave an ear to that message which is loudly shouted as if by your honour saying, ha, Seetha.
vrm.3.59 "When she frequently and insistingly compelled me to go, I have replied Maithili in this sentence which is expressive of my confidence in you.
vrm.3.59 "You know that I am capable enough to foil the Rakshasas, even then you have come out by the angry words of Maithili?
vrm.3.59 "Then hit down by arrow thus, he with an anguished voice that is clearly audible at a very remotely place and that which is mimicking my voice, uttered those highly gruesome words, whereby you have come here forsaking Maithili.
vrm.3.60 As to how this Kakubha tree shineth laden with creepy creepers, foliole foliage and flowery flowers, this tree knowest Maithili whose thighs can be likened to the smoothish trunk of this very Kakubha tree.
vrm.3.60 Maithili, a lover of Tilaka trees, as this shouldst have heard her.
vrm.3.60 Or else, oh, deer, dost thou know what bechanced to that fawn eyed Maithili, one with quick looks like thee deer? Or else, hast she herded herself into the herd of she deer of yours.
vrm.3.60 Oh, Elephant, thou mightst beheld her whose thighs likens to your trunk at that problematic hour, thus methinks, and that Maithili is familiar to thee, and oh, best Elephant, if thou beholdest her, thou tallest me.
vrm.3.60 Fear not, oh, tiger, hast thou seen Maithili, the moonfaced ladylove of mine, if thou hast seen speak in good faith.
vrm.3.60 On going round the vast of great forest in that way and on searching for Maithili, his hope became intangible, but again he undertook the search for his ladylove, over strenuously.
vrm.3.61 Maithili is a fascinated saunterer in woodlands so she might have entered the forest, she is even infatuated with waters, so she might have gone to the fully bloomed lotus lake, or to the river that is adorned by fishes and cane breaks.
vrm.3.61 Or, wishing to know our reaction when she scares us with her prank, Maithili might have squirreled away into forest.
vrm.3.61 Oh, insightful brother, you will reacquire Janaka s daughter Maithili, as Vishnu once subjugated Emperor Bali and reacquired this earth.
vrm.3.64 And while running in the direction in which Maithili is taken away they are stopping to look back at that lord of people, Rama.
vrm.3.64 b, a Because of Maithili I will render this mortal world devoid of Rakshasas, de phantasmal by force stretching my unstoppable arrows up to my ears to release them forcefully.
vrm.3.67 where is that Maithili.
vrm.3.71 nor I can identify Maithili.
vrm.3.72 b, a Oh, Raghava, he expedites giant bodied Vanaras in all directions to search for her, who is agonised by your parting, and he quests after the residence of Ravana for that comely lady Maithili.
vrm.4.6 Then Sugreeva who is gladdened again spoke to Rama of Raghu s dynasty, "My best minister and this servant of yours Hanuma informed me of the reason for which you have come to uninhabited forests along with your brother Lakshmana, and that while living in the forest, and when you and this courageous Lakshmana are not her alongside a Rakshasa stole your wife Maithili, the daughter of Janaka, wailing as she was.
vrm.4.6 undoubtedly I have seen Maithili while that Rakshasa with cruel deeds was abducting her.
vrm.4.6 "By whom Maithili is abducted and thus caused indignation in me, he has opened up the doors of his death suicidally.
vrm.4.7 "Truthfully I am promising you, oh, enemy destroyer, as to how you will get back Maithili therefor I strive to make effort, let anguish be discarded.
vrm.4.7 "But, trying to search for Maithili and that furious, evil minded Rakshasa Ravana, is your endeavour.
vrm.4.17 "For which purpose I am killed, intending to do good to Sugreeva is incidental to it, you should have assigned me for that purpose in the first instance itself, and I would have brought that evil minded Rakshasa Ravana, the abductor of your wife in one day, that too without killing him in any fight, but by fastening him by neck, and I would have presented Maithili to you.
vrm.4.17 "I would have brought Maithili at your order even if she is lodged in oceanic waters or in nether worlds, as with the White Horse of Vedic lore.
vrm.4.30 On thinking about the fruit of his mammoth task, namely that lotus petal eyed Maithili, thereafter Rama spoke to Lakshmana with a dried up face.
vrm.4.35 "Without eliminating those unassailable and guise changing Rakshasas, it is impracticable to eliminate him who has abducted Maithili, namely Ravana.
vrm.4.38 "Those vanara s who are combative in wars, and those who can fetch Maithili on eliminating Ravana in war, will be approaching you soon.
vrm.4.40 So, you shall return with your purpose accomplished in exploring for Maithili.
vrm.4.42 "And that sage Merusaavarni who is Sun similar in his shine can be asked, only on your prostration before him in veneration, about the tidings of Maithili, and her whereabouts.
vrm.4.47 Hanuma" is high born and exceptionally mighty, oh, Sugreeva, the king of vanara s, he will ascertain about Maithili, because the son of Vayu, Hanuma, resorted to the direction in which Seetha is taken away.
vrm.4.50 b, a "We all have searched the southern quarter including those places that are enmeshed with meshes of mountains, and we are overly fatigued, but Maithili is unnoticed.
vrm.4.56 "Conscientious Jatayu has done a deed much liked by Rama, and we too have been trekking the forests without caring even for our lives in the cause of Rama, but we have not seen Maithili.
vrm.4.57 a Jatayu" is overly tired when he made Ravana s chariot defective and withheld Maithili from abduction as he is senescent, then Ravana killed him in that conflict.
vrm.4.58 a Therein that Lanka pitiable Vaidehi wearing ochry silk sari is lodged in the palace chambers of Ravana, highly sentineled and baulked by Rakshasi s, and you can find king Janaka s daughter Maithili in there.
vrm.4.59 actually seen her, who has abducted Maithili, and thus you help all these forest dwellers.
vrm.4.60 Oh, Vanaras, you all be quiet and listen to my words alertly as I wish to recount the actuality as to how I came to know about Maithili.
vrm.4.62 She that Maithili, a highly privileged and prestigious lady does not touch any food, though she is highly lured by banquets and feasts by that Ravana, for she will be sunken in sorrow.
vrm.4.62 But on getting that food, and on knowing that it is from Indra, Maithili takes up the first morsel and dispenses it on the surface of earth for Rama, saying.
vrm.4.63 Though I am aware of the valour of that dirty minded Ravana, I was rebuking my son saying, how you have not saved Maithili? b, a My son has not effectuated my cherish even on hearing the bewail of Seetha, or at least on hearing that Rama and Lakshmana are separated from Seetha, or at least on knowing my friendship with Dasharatha.
vrm.7.52 Having thus addressed Maithili, the daughter of Janaka, Rama, the descendant of Kakutstha, then issued out of the inner apatment and entered the middle one filled with his friends.
vrm.7.62 In fear of this calumny, O king that thou hast renounced Maithili.
vrm.7.108 To uphold her as well as mine purity, let Maithili, the daughter of Janaka, swear before the assembly.
vrm.7.109 I have performed austere penances for many thousand years; I now swear before thee, that if this Maithili is found touched by any sin I shall not reap the fruit of my ascetic observances extending over many thousand years.
vrm.7.109 If Maithili is found divested of sin I may then partake of the fruits of piety.
vrm.7.110 Having stretched out her arms and taken Maithili, the goddess earth welcomed her and placed her on the throne.

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