Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 29 Aug 2011 15:23 and updated at 29 Aug 2011 15:23


vrm.1.5 A world renowned city is there in that kingdom, which is personally built by Manu, the foremost ruler of mankind.
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.1.6 That city is well protected by that king from Ikshwaku dynasty namely Dasharatha, like Manu, the foremost king of mankind in earlier times.
vrm.1.27 "Oh, manly tiger Rama, greatly powered taamasa and saumana missiles, the indomitable missiles like samvarta, mausala, satya, and then the maaya maya missile like that oh, mighty armed Rama, a solar missile the sequestrator of others brilliance namely teja prabha next, the missile of Moon god named shishira The Cooler and a very deadly missile of tvaSTa namely sudaamana and even the dangerous missile of bhaga namely shita isu, these and the Manava missile of Manu, the earliest ruler of mankind, I will be giving.
vrm.1.30 Lakshmana", see the Cold arrow belonging to Manava missile expounded by Manu which is taking him away on baffling, but without taking away his life.
vrm.1.70 b, a The Unprovable emanated the timeless, changeless and perishless Brahma, and from that Being, namely Brahma, Marichi is begotten, and Kaashyapa is the son of Marichi, and Vivaswat is begotten from Kaashyapa, and Manu is said to be the son of Vivaswat.
vrm.1.70 Manu is the earliest Prajapati and Ikshvaku is the son of Manu, and that Ikshvaku is the first king of Ayodhya.
vrm.2.49 Then Rama showed to Sita the land of Kosala, the southern boundary of which was defined by Syandika river given long ago by the king Manu to Ikshvaku and which was bounded by many territories.
vrm.2.71 Driving through grove quickly in the night, Bharata at the dawn saw the city of Ayodhya, which was earlier built by King Manu.
vrm.2.110 Manu for his part, was formerly the lord of creation.
vrm.2.110 Ikshvaku was Manu s son.
vrm.2.110 "The entire fertile earth was given by Manu to Ikshvaku and know that Ikshvaku was thus the first king of Ayodhya!" Ikshvaku" s son was known as Kukshi, the illustrious king.
vrm.3.14 "Of them Kashyapa accepted eight slender waisted daughters of Daksha Prajapati, namely Aditi, Diti, Danu, Kaalaka and Taamra, Krodhavasha, also thus Manu and even Anala also as wives.
vrm.3.14 "Oh, the best among men Rama, the wife of great soul Kashyapa, lady Manu procreated humans, Brahman s, Kshatriya s, Vyasya s, and Shudra s.
vrm.4.18 "Had you pursued rightness you too would have done the same deed in imposing such a punishment, and we hear two verses that are given to the advocacy of good conventions, which the experts of rightness have also accepted, and which are said to be coined by Manu, and I too conducted myself only as detailed in those verses of law.
vrm.4.18 So says one verse of Manu.
vrm.4.18 So says the other verse of Manu.
vrm.4.30 On clearly examining his elder brother Rama, who has become ruthlessly uncompassionate and pitiably prating, the mood of that intensively resplendent Lakshmana, who is an augmenter of Manu s dynasty, has become hostile towards the Vanara king Sugreeva.
vrm.6.105 "The Pitris manes, Vasus, Sadhyas, Ashvins, the Maruts wind Gods, Manu, the Vayu, the Agni, the created beings, the life breath, the source of teh seasons and the store house of light.
vrm.6.128 With which crown, long ago, Manu the emperor was adorned while he was consecrated and with which, the kings followed in his line were successively adorned while they were coronated, that crown studded with precious jewels, fashioned by Brahma at the beginning of creation and dazzling with splendour, being kept according to practice on a throne adorned with many kinds of precious stones in the council hall, studded with gold, graced with abundant riches, decorated and shiningly made with most charming jewels of various kinds, and thereafter Rama duly adorned by that crown as well as jewels by the great souled Vasishta and other priests officiating at the coronation ceremony.
vrm.7.65 Having thus resolved and invited his sire Ikshwaku the son of Manu, he first welcomed the celestial saint.
vrm.7.87 Thus in the Treta age, not beholding prominence of the Brahmanas greater than that of the Kshatriyas, Manu and other religious leaders of the time composed the Sastra describing and letting in the four divisions of castes.
vrm.7.92 Hearing the words of Rama stricken with curiosity, the highly effulgent saint Agastya said: O Rama, formerly in the golden age, Manu was the king.
vrm.7.92 Having installed the irrepressible Ikshwaku, Manu said: Be thou the lord over creatures.
vrm.7.92 Thereupon greatly delighted Manu said to his son I have been highly pleased with thee.
vrm.7.92 Having in this wise advised Ikshwaku Manu delightedly repaired to the region of Brahma.
vrm.7.92 After Manu s departure, the effulgent Ikshwaku thought of the means for creating progeny.
vrm.7.92 Thereupon performing many pious rites Manu s son engendered a hundred sons.
vrm.7.92 O Rama, like unto Mahendra governing his kingdom of heaven under the guidance of Brihaspati, the preceptor of Devas, Danda, the grand son of Manu, governed his own kingdom with the help of Usanas.

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