Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 29 Aug 2011 16:22 and updated at 29 Aug 2011 16:22


vrm.1.35 "The slender waisted and fascinating daughter of Mountain Meru, oh, Rama, renowned by her name Mena, is the dear wife of Himavan and the mother of those two daughters, indeed.
vrm.2.3 Rama, occupying that great throne, caused it to shine with his own brightness, just as the spotless sun in the morning causes Meru mountain to shine with brilliance.
vrm.2.14 Oh, Majesty, like the sun from mount Meru.
vrm.2.15 It was as high as Meru mountain.
vrm.2.15 Rama s palace was as high as top of the Meru mountain, shining with radiance.
vrm.2.16 Its splendour was like that of Meru mountain, stealing the eyes.
vrm.2.40 Seetha" the princess of Videha kingdom has done what ought to be done, by going along with him like a shadow, delighted in virtue as she was and does not leave her husband in the same way as Mount Meru does not leave the effulgence of sun" "Oh, Lakshmana! You are attending ever to your brother who speaks affectionately and is equal to the god.
vrm.2.73 Dasaratha the monarch, having great strength and a pious mind always indeed used to take refuge in that strong man Rama as the Meru mountain takes refuge in a forest surrounding the mountain.
vrm.2.88 "Having ever dwelt in palaces, the upper apartments resembling the chariots of the Gods and in turrets, furnished with excellent carpets decked with heaps of flowers, perfumed with sandal and aloes, like unto a bright and towering cloud, re echoing to the cries of parrots, suprassing the finest of palaces, which wre cool and fragrant with perfules, as unto Mount Meru with its golden walls, where in that palace he was awakened at the fitting time by sogns and music from various instruments, tinkling of ornaments and the excellent sounds of clay tomtoms, glorified by many panegyrists, bards and ministrels throught appropriate ballads and songs of praise.
vrm.3.3 Shattered by Ramas blazing shafts that spear fallen on ground like the boulder mass of Mountain Meru when it is shattered by Indras Thunderbolt.
vrm.3.7 He travelling on a long way, and on crossing rivers with plenty of waters has seen a tranquil mountain towering like great Mountain Meru.
vrm.3.18 "You woo him, oh, board eyed bulged eyed one, this brother of mine as your husband like sunshine seeking the Mountain Meru, then oh, great waisted pot bellied one, you will be without a co wife" So said Rama to that Rakshasi.
vrm.3.22 That chariot which has a roomy cabin with its rooftop like that of the ridge of Mountain Meru, body embellished in gold, wheels golden, gem studded yoke to carriage shaft, all around encompassed with golden artefacts like fishes, flowers, trees, mountains, sun, moon, and auspicious Birds flocks and stars, and even decorated with jingle bells, endowed with flags, swords, and best Horses, and such as it is, Khara embarked on it with all his rancour.
vrm.3.25 Even if his body is gashed with those gruesome assault weapons Rama is not enfeebled, as with the enormous Mountain Meru that can withstand even if battered by very many highly blazing thunderbolts of Indra.
vrm.3.52 Like the garland of pristine stars that circles round the loftiest Mountain Meru, that flower shower circled Ravana, the brother of Kubera.
vrm.3.72 Whether that unreprovable ladylove of yours, Seetha, is located on the tops of Mountain Meru s peaks, or abiding on the planes of nadir of the earth, he that defiant one among fly jumpers, Sugreeva, on entering there and annihilating the Rakshasas, he again bestows Seetha to you.
vrm.4.3 b, a I deem that each of you are the choicest one to protect the earth adorned with Mt Meru and Vindhya range, and with all her oceans and forests.
vrm.4.23 Now where is that treasured golden pendant of yours which the king of Gods gave to you when he is satisfied with your conduct in wars, I don t see it? Majesty is not deserting you even if your lives have departed, oh, accorder of dignity, as with the sunshine that departs the sun while he circumnavigates Mountain Meru, which mount is supposed to overshadow everything by its vastness.
vrm.4.26 Hanuma, the son of Vayu, whose sheen is like that of the golden mountain Meru, and whose visage is like that of the tender sun in its glint, then spoke this sentence reverently adjoining his palms.
vrm.4.33 In that city Lakshmana of Raghava dynasty has seen buildings that are not single storied but multi storied, semblable with Mountain Vindhya and Mountain Meru, and he even saw mountain rapids with pure water.
vrm.4.37 Those fly jumpers whose complexion will be golden and dwell in the caves of Great Mountain, besides those who are on the mountainsides of Mountain Meru, and those biding on the Black Red mountain, along with those topmost speeded fly jumpers living on Mountain Great Ochre swilling palm toddy, these are to be summoned.
vrm.4.38 Oh, enemy flamer Rama, the legions of Vanaras along with their Vanara commanders who are viable to Mahendra in valour, and who compare with massive clouds and mountains, and who domiciled on Mountain Meru and Mountain Vindhya will be coming in your service.
vrm.4.39 In a split second the entire ground is then enshrouded with incalculable fly jumpers whose size is mountainous, fangs excruciating, and might abnormal, and each Vanara commander is surrounded with hundreds of millions of legions of Vanaras, who by their wish can change of their guise, and these Vanaras of amazing strength have come crashing war whoops as clouds letting out thunders while they are on their way from their habitation like riversides, seashores, mountains, and some other Vanaras have come from forests as they are forest dwellers, and in the vast of masses their complexion alone remained as an identity to their habitation, like the stripe of tender sun of some Vanaras is marking them from the place of rising sun, moon white body colour of some more telling that they are from the place of nightly moon, and the colour of skin looking like lotus fibrils of many more indicates that they are from fertile watery lands, and the snow white complexion of yet some more indicates that the dwelling place of those Vanaras is Mountain Meru.
vrm.4.40 "Earlier while treading the three worlds in the incarnation of Trivikrama, the Supreme Person Vishnu made His first foothold on that pinnacle Saumanasa, and the second on the pinnacle of Mountain Meru to tread the heavens.
vrm.4.42 "There is a unique and kingly mountain in the midst of that range of golden mountains, which is called Mountain Meru, or Saavarni Meru, to which mountain generous Sun has once given a boon.
vrm.4.42 "The Sun said to that unique Mountain Meru Saavarni in this way, by my beneficence whatever that is sheltered by you, say trees, climbers, rapids, boulders, all of them will transmute into golden hue, either by day or by night.
vrm.4.42 "On their coming to that unique mountain Mountain Meru Saavarni at vespers Vishvedeva s, Vasava s, Marut s, and the other tribes will bide their time for the dusking Sun, and when they all have worshipped him, the Sun goes to the Mountain Astagiri, the Dusking Mountain, and evanishes for all beings for that day.
vrm.4.42 "The Sun courses across those ten thousand Yojana s from Mountain Meru Saavarni to Mountain Astaadri in one and half hours, and quickly reaches Mountain Astagiri, or Mountain Dusk.
vrm.4.42 "In between Mountain Meru and Mountain Astaadri there is a gigantic ten leaved Date palm tree, which is completely golden and shines forth with a marvellous podium.
vrm.4.46 "Even at Himalayas, Mountain Meru, like that at the Northern Ocean, Vali drove me back, and when the clemency from Vali, or a shelter, or even a foothold on earth was indeterminable, then Hanuma, whose prosperity is his wisdom, said a word to me.
vrm.4.61 Himalayas", even Mountain Vindhya, and even the very high mountain Mountain Meru, shone forth like Elephants in lakes.
vrm.4.67 Indeed shall I venture to go round the Mountain Meru, which is
vrm.4.67 b, a Oh, fly jumpers, shall I show you a prodigious me spanning the sky like massive Mountain Meru and flying with a propulsive force as though to
vrm.5.1 Hanuma with great speed crossed waves which were equal to Mount Meru and Mount Mandara, that had risen up in the sea, as if counting them.
vrm.5.9 Supported by pillars decorated with images of wolves, with silver and golden hue and which were well made, radiant with splendour, decorated all around with rooms equalling Mount Meru and Mount Mandara, as though touching the sky with an auspicious shape.
vrm.5.14 Then the courageous Hanuma thought thus: Like the sun by the radiance of Mount Meru, by the radiance of those trees, I am of golden colour.
vrm.5.36 O Seetha the princess! I swear and tell you by the mountains Malaya, Vindhya, Meru and Dardura as well as by our staple food of roots and fruits, that you will soon see Rama s face, having good eyes, handsome, having lips with the colour of a bright red gourd fruit of Momordica monodelpha and with its charming look like a rising full moon.
vrm.5.37 Hanuma, the foremost of Vanaras, flashed like Meru and Mandara mountains, shining brightly like a blazing fire.
vrm.5.43 Thus thinking himself, Hanuma the best among Vanaras, son of the wind god having large jaws, by showing his strength, bounced up and ascended the lofty palatial mansion of the sanctuary, which was as high as a mountain top of Meru.
vrm.5.49 Hanuma saw Ravana with a great splendor, sitting on the throne, looking like a rainy cloud on the peak of Mount Meru.
vrm.5.54 Thereafter, scattering a blazing fire located at the tip of his tail, on that principal house, decorated with various kinds of precious stones, resembling Mounts Meru and Mandara as also embellished with all good work, the valiant Hanuma roared like a cloud thundering at noon time in a rainy season.
vrm.5.61 Then, the excellent Vanaras, resembling Meru and Mandara mountains, like Elephants in rut, as if covering the sky, having huge bodies and colossal strength, keeping Hanuma in their front, leaving Mount Mahendra, went ahead leaping delightfully.
vrm.6.17 Those leaders of Vanaras standing on the ground saw Vibhishana, resembling the peak of Mount Meru and shining like a thunderbolt in the sky.
vrm.6.22 Then, Sagara the ocean god himself rose from the middle of the ocean as the sun rises at dawn from the huge mountain of Meru.
vrm.6.33 O, queen! Seek refuge now with him the sun that rolls towards Meru the highest mountain, like a Horse that makes its round rapidly.
vrm.6.59 Though he was able to lift up Himavat, Mandara and Meru mountains as also the Three Worlds with the Gods, he could not raise Lakshmana the younger brother of Bharata.
vrm.6.59 Thereupon, with a great force, Rama struck with his shaft shining brightly as the thunderbolt, that Ravana, the enemy of Indra, in his broad and beautiful chest, even as the mighty Indra would strike the Mount Meru with his thunderbolt.
vrm.6.60 Stretched to his full length on the earth, he gave forth an odour of marrow and blood, his limbs were adorned with golden armlets and he wore a diadem as bright as the sun, thus did that lion among Rakshasas, Kumbhakarna, the slayer of his foes, appear! Then, those powerful Rakshasas, in order to satisfy him, placed a heap of venison as high as Mount Meru, in front of Kumbhakarna.
vrm.6.60 His mouth yawning horribly resembled hell and appeared like the sun rising under the high peak of Meru Mountain.
vrm.6.67 Lifting up Sugreeva appearing like a huge cloud in the battle field and marching forward, Kumbhakarna shone like Mount Meru, distinguished by its very high and formidable peak.
vrm.6.67 That mountain peak, in the form of a peak of Mount Meru, as if shining with splendour, while falling, caused two hundred Vanaras to fall.
vrm.6.69 He was radiant with his diadem, shining in brilliant gold and other ornaments, like Mount Meru, causing to shine with its splendours by the sun.
vrm.6.74 From that mountain, Hanuma then ascended Mount Malaya, appearing as Mounts Meru and Mandara, filled with several kinds of cascades, full of many trees and creepers, having Kamala and Utpala lotuses blooming, visited by Devas and Gandharvas, having a height of Sixty Yojanas four hundred eighty miles, frequented by Vidyadharas, a number of sages and Apsaras, filled with various kinds of animal troupes and illuminated by many caves, Hanuma grew his body, appearing like a cloud, bewildering Yakshas, Gandharvas and Kinnaras.
vrm.6.76 Then, by the force of that fist shot forth there, a mighty flame resembling the fire that bursts up on Mount Meru, was born out of a stroke of lightning.
vrm.6.108 In its heaviness were Mounts Meru and Mandara.
vrm.6.111 I, who having enjoyed myself with you in suitable aerial cars in Mount Kailasa, mount Mandara, Mount Meru and in a grove named Chaitraratha and in all celestial gardens, decked as was with lovely garlands and clad in colorful robes and invested in matchless splendour, visiting and seeing various lands of every description have now been deprived of all sense enjoyments because of your death.
vrm.6.121 Hearing the words of Rama, Vibhishana the king of Rakshasas then hastily invoked the presence of that aerial car shining like the sun, with colourful parts made of gold, with the platform made of cats eye gems, which was full of attics, shone like silver on all sides, decorated well with white flags and flag staff, decked with gold and golden lotuses, graced with golden mansions, hung all over with networks of tiny bells, giving forth a melodious sound on all sides, resembling a summit of Mount Meru, built by Vishvakarma, which was graced with stately palaces decked with pearls and silver, provided with pavements inlaid with crystal, furnished with excellent seats of cats eye gems of great value and upholstered with highly valuable coverings.
vrm.6.127 Bent low in reverence, Bharata then saluted Rama, who stood in the forepart of the aerial car and shining like the sun appearing on Mount Meru.
vrm.7.2 And on a religious mission that foremost of ascetics, repairing to the asylum of Trinavindu at the side of the mighty mountain, Meru, took up his abode there.
vrm.7.5 When they grew up, all the three brothers went to the mount Meru and did terrible penaces in view of obtaining boons.
vrm.7.24 Beholding that excellent house the highly powerful Ravana thought within himself Whose is this beautiful house, resembling the summit of Meru? Go, O Prahasta, and learn quickly whose house is this.
vrm.7.25 Therupon meditating for sometime the lord of Lanka went to the region of the sun and spent the night upon the picturesque summit of the mount Meru.
vrm.7.26 Having spent the night on the picturesque summit of the mount Meru and thinking for some time the powerful lord of Lanka went to the region of the Moon.
vrm.7.28 And beholding that highly powerful person amongst men like unto the chief of gods amongst the Devas, the moon amongst the planets, the lion amongst the Sarabhas the Airavata amongst the elephants, the Meru amongst the mountanis, and the Parijata amongst the trees, the ten nerked Rakshasa said "Give me battle.
vrm.7.28 Piety and asceticism, which are at the root of attaining to every thing in the world, are at his thighs; Kamadeva is his male organ, the Viswadevas are at his waist and the Maruts are at the sides of his Basti; the Vasus are in the middle potion of his body, the oceans are in his belly, the quaters are on his sides, the Maruts are at his joints the manes are one his back and the grand father has taken shelter in his heat ;the pious acts of making gifts of kine, gold and lands are his downs; the mounts Himalaya, Hemkuta, Mandara, and Meru are his bones ;the thunder bolt is his palm, the sky his body; the evening and watery clouds are on his neck, the creator, the preserver and the Vidyadharas are on his two arms.
vrm.7.41 Once on a time whilst travelling that highly pious ascetic arived at my hermitage; I duly worshipped and welcomed him ;and when I asked him out of curiosity, he, seated at pleasure, said: Hear, O great ascetic, the foremost of the pious; there is a mountain named Meru, higly picturesque, made of gold and greatly charming.
vrm.7.41 Some time having elapsed in this way, O Raghava,Riksharaja, the foremost of Vanaras,being distressed with thirst, repaired to the excellent mountain Meru.
vrm.7.45 O thou having long arms !O thou of many glories !O thou invincible I Narada recounted this story unto me on the summit of the mountain chief Meru.
vrm.7.82 Its face was like lightning and its velocity the same and it looked like Meru and Mandara ;its joints were all bent.

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