Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 29 Aug 2011 16:26 and updated at 29 Aug 2011 16:26


vrm.1.1 After an audience with Ravana Hanuma burnt that city Lanka, except where Seetha, the princess of Mithila is stationed, and then to narrate the pleasant news of locating Seetha, he again got back to Rama, for he is a great Vanara.
vrm.1.13 b, a "You personally invite Janaka the king of Mithila, a valiant one and an advocate of truth, honouring his well and duly bearing in mind that he is a long time associate of our King Dasharatha, hence I am telling you in the first instance.
vrm.1.31 "Oh, best one among men, a highly righteous Vedic ritual belonging to King Janaka of Mithila is going to take place, and we the sages are going over there.
vrm.1.31 "Oh, best one among men, in early times indeed Gods gave that awesome bow which has an unimaginable power and which is superbly incandescent in wars to an erstwhile king of Mithila in a congregation of a Vedic ritual.
vrm.1.31 Oh, tigerly man Rama, there in Mithila you can see that particular bow of the great souled king of Mithila and his highly admirable Vedic ritual too, if you come with us.
vrm.1.31 "Once Devaraata, the grandparent of the present king Janaka of Mithila, conducted a Vedic ritual and he indeed prayed only for this supreme bow with a best grip handle as the fruit of that ritual from all of the Gods and oh, tigerly man Rama, he got the same from them.
vrm.1.31 Hence it is kept in the palace of King of Mithila, and oh, Raghava it is worshipped with a variety of sandalwood pastes, scents of aloe substance, and with incenses.
vrm.1.47 Today" we may gladly go to sleep here for a night, and oh, best one among men, and it will be apt of you to see Janaka, the King of Mithila tomorrow morning.
vrm.1.48 c, On getting high honours from King Sumati, Raghava s stayed there along with Vishvamitra and with the community of sages for one night, and then they all have moved on to Mithila.
vrm.1.48 On seeing Janaka s auspicious city Mithila, all of the saints who are accompanying Vishvamitra, Rama, and Lakshmana, extolled it saying, "Splendid! Splendid!" and admired it highly.
vrm.1.48 On seeing a hermitage in the fringes of Mithila, that appeared to be age old, but now uninhabited, yet pleasing, Rama asked the eminent sage Vishvamitra.
vrm.1.49 Even Rama on receiving a conventionally high veneration in the manifestness of that great saint Gautama himself, then moved ahead to Mithila.
vrm.1.50 Rama then travelled along with Lakshmana towards northeast direction keeping Vishvamitra afore and neared the hall of Vedic ritual of Janaka in Mithila kingdom.
vrm.1.50 On hearing that Vishvamitra has arrived in Mithila, then the best king Janaka instantly forged ahead towards Vishvamitra, keeping his unreprovable priest Shataananda afore of the team, in deference to Vishvamitra.
vrm.1.51 "Hail to thee! Oh, best one among men Rama, your arrival is a Godsend, not only to Mithila but to entire humanity, and oh, Raghava, as an undefeatable great sage Vishvamitra spearheads you, so shall your mission be undefeatable, thus hail to thee! "This highly resplendent Vishvamitra s exploits are unimaginable.
vrm.1.65 This way on saying to the best saint, the king of Mithila and the legatee of Videha lineage, immediately performed circumambulations along with his teachers and relatives to Vishvamitra in veneration.
vrm.1.66 b, a Then all the kings convoked and on arriving at Mithila, then they wanted to ascertain the calibre of the bow, vis vis their own.
vrm.1.66 Then, oh, eminent sage, those kings beleaguered Mithila in a blind fury, since a self mistrust bechanced among them all, about their own valour.
vrm.1.66 b, a They surmised for themselves that they are brushed off by me, and they possessed by a high rancour, they strangled the City of Mithila.
vrm.1.67 Oh king and sovereign of Mithila, here is the select bow that is reverenced by all kings, oh, best king, which you wished to be evincible to the boys, to evince their capabilities.
vrm.1.67 Vishvamitra said, so be it, quot and then that right minded king Janaka on consulting with his ministers started to send his ministers, plenipotentiaries, to Ayodhya to inform Dasharatha in detail as to what has happened, and likewise to bring him to Mithila.
vrm.1.68 Oh, exalted emperor Dasharatha! Janaka, the lineal king of Janaka s and the present sovereign of Mithila is asking time and time again with mellowly words instilled with friendliness, after the wellbeing and after the
vrm.1.68 His highness Janaka of Videha, and the sovereign of Mithila, having asked after your highness wellbeing is sensibly saying this word to your highness, with the indorse of Kaushika.
vrm.1.68 Oh, Emperor Dasharatha, your young and valorous son who serendipitously arrived at Mithila along with his younger brother Lakshmana,
vrm.1.68 If you all favour the tidings from the noble souled Janaka as to what has happened in Mithila, we quickly proceed to that city, let not the time lapse.
vrm.1.69 a Then, on the forgathering of sages from Vashishta s side with the sages of Mithila all the sages have attained extreme joy and they spent that night happily.
vrm.1.69 On seeing his two sons, the super medallists in Raghu s dynasty, King Dasharatha is highly rejoiced and he resided in Mithila with a high contentment, for the reverence of Janaka is that high.
vrm.1.70 On hearing that event from the worthy envoys whose speed is praiseworthy, king Kushadhvaja came right away to Mithila by the order of king Janaka.
vrm.1.70 b, a Oh, valiant king, oh, sovereign of Ayodhya, his highness the sovereign of Mithila from the heritage of Videha kings is poised for seeking an audience with your highness, along with your highness royal priest Vashishta and other mentors.
vrm.1.71 "Then after sometime, a valorous king named Sudhanva came beleaguering Mithila, from his city Saamkaasha.
vrm.1.72 As to how this city Mithila appertains to Dasharatha, in the same way city of Ayodhya is mine.
vrm.1.72 Oh, kings of Mithila, Janaka and Kushadhvaja, you two brothers have reverenced inestimable sages and coteries of kings, as such inestimable good manners are treasured in both of you.
vrm.1.73 Oh, lord of the land, in Ayodhya I have heard that you went to Mithila along with your sons for their marriages, and wishing to see my sister s son Bharata I promptly travelled here.
vrm.1.73 b a That honourable king of Mithila even said to Shatrughna, oh, dextrous Shatrughna, take the palm of Shrutakiirti into yours.
vrm.1.74 Then that king Janaka of Mithila, the one from Videha lineage, gave innumerable patrimonial riches.
vrm.1.74 b, a Having given many kinds of bridal gifts and having accompanied his daughters for a distance, then having received a bid adieu from Dasharatha, that sovereign of Mithila, Janaka, re entered is own palace in Mithila.
vrm.1.77 b, a In her mien Seetha is identical with goddesses, and she is like personified Goddess Lakshmi, thus she is the reshaped Divine Prosperity, and as she hails from Holy Mithila she shall be held Holy, and since she is the daughter of Janaka, a loftiest sagacious and invincible king, she is sagely and stately, besides being shapely, and she with all these heaps of natural traits and characteristics, Seetha is rejoicing the heart of Rama.
vrm.2.28 "Oh, Sita the princess of Mithila! Fasting is to be done according to one s stamina.
vrm.2.28 "Oh, Sita the princess of Mithila! The dwellers of forest are to be satisfied with whatever is obtained there, the restricted food.
vrm.2.30 Distressed and highly agitated, the said Seetha reproached Rama having a broad chest, from affection and pride in the following words: "What my father, the king of Mithila belonging to the country of Videha, think of himself having got as so in law you, a woman having the form of a man?" "It is a pity if these people of Ayodhya through ignorance tell the falsehood that excellent valour is lacking in Rama as in a blazing sun.
vrm.2.39 Embracing in her arms that princess of Mithila, who never behaved in self pity, and smelling her headas a token of affection, her mother in law Kausalya spoke as follows: "Dishonest women, eventhough adored all the time by their husbands, cease to esteem their husband who has come to pass into evil days, throughout this world.
vrm.2.95 Then, turning away from the mountain, Rama The prospective ruler of Kosala showed Seetha the daughter of the King of Mithila the beautiful river of Mandakini carrying splendid waters.
vrm.2.96 Having shown Mandakini River in that manner to Seetha, the daughter of Mithila, Rama set on the hill side in order to gratify her appetite with a piece of flesh.
vrm.2.117 Hearing these words of Rama, who is desirous of her welfare, Seetha the daughter of Mithila circumambulated around Anasuya, Atri s wife, who knows piety.
vrm.2.118 "A king of Mithila kingdom, named Janaka who was valiant and a knower of righteousness, was devoted to the duty of his warrior class and was ruling the earth in a fitting manner.
vrm.2.118 "Thereafter, my father the pious mind the lord of men and the king of Mithila kingdom was rejoiced in my possession and acquired extensive property.
vrm.2.118 Thereupon, my father in law and the aged Dasaratha was invited to Mithila by my father and with his approval, I was bestowed on Rama, the knower of the self.
vrm.2.119 Seetha, the daughter of Mithila kingdom then showed to Rama all the apparel, jewels and garlands the affectionate gifts of Anasuya the hermitess.
vrm.3.14 He that Rama took the princess from Mithila Seetha, and proceeded to Panchavati along with that very mighty bird and Lakshmana, as though to incinerate enemies, like fire that burns down grasshoppers.
vrm.3.42 "On deluding Vaidehi it is apt of you to go as you please, and I will bring that Seetha of Mithila, however defiant it might be.
vrm.3.46 b When the wicked minded Ravana praised her in this way, Vaidehi the princess from Mithila has seen him who has arrived in the getup of Brahman and started to revere him with all the respects affordable to a casual guest.
vrm.3.47 "I am the daughter of noble souled Janaka, the king of Mithila, by name I am Seetha, and the dear wife and queen of Rama, let safety betide you.
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.3.62 b, a When the king of Mithila Janaka asks after the wellbeing of all the three of us after the completion of forest living, how do I have the
vrm.3.64 If that princess of Mithila, who has suavely and toothy smiles and who causes irreproachability to my character if only I can have a glimpse of her, is not returned to me in fine fettle as she was when she was with me, then I will countermove whole of this universe together with its Gods, immortals, humans, florae and faunas, mountains and waters.
vrm.4.48 Though all of those brave vanara s have searched in all directions they have not noticed the princess of Mithila and the daughter of Janaka, namely Seetha.
vrm.5.13 Otherwise Seetha belonging to Videha born in Mithila and daughter of king Janaka Can she be helplessly together with the evil minded Ravana.
vrm.5.16 This She is that Seetha, the daughter of king Janaka of Mithila, the great soul, and noble one with a firm resolution towards husband.
vrm.6.47 From now on, free from anxiety, grief and expectation of reunion, Seetha the princess of Mithila kingdom, adorned in all her jewels, will submit herself to me.
vrm.6.48 Hearing her words, Seetha, the daughter of Mithila kingdom resembling a daughter of Gods, with joined palms exclaimed, "May it be so.
vrm.6.110 "If you had restored Seetha a princess of Mithila to Rama, this appallingly terrific disaster, which has robbed us of every root, would not have befallen us.
vrm.7.44 the king of Mithila and will come out of earth.
vrm.7.48 Some days having elapsed, he, with folded hands, said to Janaka, the king of Mithila, "Thou art our only refuge we have been reared by thee and by the help of thy dreadful prowess we have been able to destroy Ravana.
vrm.7.48 O king, the relation between the families of Ikshwaku and Mithila, is unequalled and delightful.

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