Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 29 Aug 2011 16:32 and updated at 29 Aug 2011 16:32


vrm.2.25 "In that impenetrable forest occupied by you, let there be no Monkeys, Scorpions, gad fies, Mosquitoes, snakes or other insects
vrm.2.54 Sixty miles from here, dear son, lies a sacred mountain on which you may takeup your dwelling, which region is inhabited by great sages, is charming to look at from all sides, infested by the black species of Monkeys with a long tail, haunted by Apes and Bears, known by the name of Chitrakuta and which closely resembles Gandha maadana mountain.
vrm.2.55 Having strolled in the charming forest, mad noisy by a number of Peacocks and which was inhabited by Elephants and Monkeys and reaching an agreeable level ground at the bank of the river wearing an undejected look finally sought for an abode for the night.
vrm.2.95 "There is none in the world, who would not be relieved of his fatigue and feel refreshed on the banks of this enchanting river, frequented by herds of Elephants, who with Lions and Monkeys, come here to drink and which is adorned with innumerable flowers in full bloom.
vrm.2.103 Boars, Wolves and Lions, Buffaloes, Snakes, Monkeys, Tigers, Gokarnas and Gavayas two distinctive species of deer along with spotted Deer felt frightened.
vrm.3.11 Rama has seen hundreds of flowered forest trees that are battered by the trunks of Elephants, that are adorned with Monkeys, reverberated by hundreds of lusty bird
vrm.4.27 Mountain Prasavana is pervaded with noisily growling Tigers and beasts, mightily roaring Lions, compacted with diverse shrubs and creeper plants, overspread with many a kind of tree, thus it is adored by Bears, Monkeys, Baboons, and even by wild Cats, and that mountain which is always sanctifying and tranquil is like a heap of clouds in its shine.
vrm.6.4 Then, the army of Vanaras consisting of excellent Bears and Monkeys having their very nails and teeth as weapons, marched ahead, covering the entire earth.
vrm.6.120 "Let all those Vanaras and Rikshas along with long tailed Monkeys, who have been killed in battle, by the Rakshasas and whose heads and arms have been severed, be alive and active again.

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