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vrm.1.3 Also going to Mountain Rishyamuka, meeting Sugreeva and generating confidence in Sugreeva, befriending him and the duel of Vali and Sugreeva.
vrm.1.3 Hanuma s climbing Mountain Mahendra to leap over the ocean, and on the advice of the Ocean, Mountain Mainaka s coming up from under waters to give rest to Hanuma, and Hanuma s seeing that mountain are depicted.
vrm.1.3 Hanuma s killing the Rakshasi Surasa, and his seeing of Simhika, a rapacious creature of gigantic origin, which captures its prey by the shadow, and Hanuma s killing that Simhika, and his seeing the mountain of Lanka, called Mountain Trikuta, on which the state of Lanka is built, Valmiki described them all.
vrm.1.17 Indra procreated the lord of vanara s, namely Vali, who by his physique is like Mountain Mahendra, and the highest humidifier among all the humidifiers, namely the Surya, procreated Sugreeva.
vrm.1.17 a, b Some thousands of them stayed on the ridges of Mountain Riskshavat while others reached many kinds of other mountains and forests.
vrm.1.24 b, a "On Mountain Kailasa Brahma created a great lake at his will, oh, tigerly man Rama, hence that is called Maanasa Lake.
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.1.36 b, a "Oh, Rama, but the daughter of Himalayan Mountain, namely Uma, while irefully saying this to the divinities she cursed them all with her eyes reddened in anger.
vrm.1.37 What the Daughter of Mountain, namely Goddess Uma, has said that you shall have no posterity in your own wives is true and it cannot be decried, and it is unambiguous too.
vrm.1.37 "On going to that supreme Mountain Kailasa, oh, Rama, which is heaped up with many ores, all of those Gods have assigned the Agni to father a son.
vrm.1.39 "The father in law of god Shankara who is well known by the name of Himavan sets eyes on Mountain Vindhya, which stands as loftily as Himalayas, and those two mountains peer at each other.
vrm.1.42 "Interested in the alighting of River Ganga on earth, oh, Rama, the descendent of Raghu, king Bhagiratha delegated his kingdom to the custody of his ministers and people and firmed up himself in sustained asceticism on Mountain Gokarna in Himalayas, and he practise ascesis standing amid five fires, upraising his hands, with a monthly sustenance and with his sense conquered.
vrm.1.45 "Deciding upon to churn then made Vasuki, as the churning rope and Mountain Mandara as stirrer, and those brothers whose energy is unlimited have started churning thoroughly.
vrm.1.45 Thereby a great lot of venom is disgorged from the heads, which venom on melting the rocks of Mountain became the holocaustic poison.
vrm.1.45 b, a "Now the loftiest mountain that is being used as stirrer, namely Mountain Mandara, has caved into the netherworld, thereby the Gods along with Gandharva s have prayed to Madhusuudana, the other name of Vishnu.
vrm.1.45 "Hearing the prayer of Gods Vishnu, Hrishikesha, adopting the form a tortoise and positioning the stirring Mountain Mandara on that tortoiseshell, he lay recumbent at the bottom of Milky Ocean as a base to the stirrer.
vrm.1.61 "While that king is searching those and those provinces, villages, forests, townships, and even the pious hermitages, oh, dear Rama, the legatee of Raghu s dynasty, that king has indeed seen Sage Riciika, who is well settled on Mountain Bhrigutunga along with his sons and wife.
vrm.1.74 He appeared calamitous in his look by wearing tufty matted and unruly head hair, an unassailable one like Mountain Kailasa, an unbearable one like the Epoch End Fire, irradiant with his own radiance, hence imperceivable for commoners, and such as he is, he clinched an axe on his right shoulder and clasped a bow in his left hand, that in simile is like a congeries of electroluminescence, and handling an arrow which is as if ready to electrocute, and he vied in his overall look with the devastator of triple cities, namely God Shiva.
vrm.1.75 "Such as you were, you on becoming a dedicatee to probity, haven t you given the planet earth to Kashyapa and haven t you repaired to forests, and haven t you flagged yourself on Mountain Mahendra.
vrm.1.75 and I am at present on Mountain Mahendra practising ascesis and thus conjoined are the powers of ascesis in me.
vrm.1.76 "Thereby oh, valiant one, it will be inapt of you to impair this motility of mine, oh, Raghava, I will depart with the speed of cerebration to Mountain Mahendra, a par excellent mountain.
vrm.1.76 "It will be apt of you to unloose that unsurpassed arrow, oh, Rama, as you have ethical commitment to wipe out Rakshasas as I wiped out menacing kings, and should you unloosen that arrow now I wish to depart to the ethereal mountain Mountain Mahendra, a point of no return for me.
vrm.1.76 On seeing all of his realms of heavens are shot blasted by Rama of Dasharatha, Rama of Jamadagni vanished in a trice to Mountain Mahendra, the heavenly mountain.
vrm.2.15 It was decorated with sandal and aloe woods, spreading out beautiful smells like the peak of a Dardura Mountain.
vrm.2.57 It was gathered by those who were there Guha and others about Seetha, Rama and Lakshmana coming to sage Bharadwaja, their staying with him in Prayaga and their departure to Chitrakuta Mountain.
vrm.2.58 Oh, Sumantra! How those princes with Seetha the delicate and the poor lady went on foot, after descending from the chariot? Oh, Sumantra! You have seen my sons entering the forest, as though divinities of Aswini had entered the Mountain range of Mandara.
vrm.2.68 Those messengers went on touching Malini River, flowing between the passing Aparatala Mountain and the northern end of Pralamba Mountain.
vrm.2.68 From there having reached a village named Abhikala, they crossed the holy Ikshumati River, which was flowing down from Bodhibhavana Mountain.
vrm.2.113 Them, they advanced eastwards, by the charming Mandakini River, after making a round of Chitrakuta Mountain.
vrm.2.113 In the vicinity of Chitrakuta Mountain, Bharata saw a hermitage where the sage Bharadwaja resided.
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.3.6 "At Pampa riverside, and alongside of River Mandakini, and at the surroundings of Mountain Chitrakuta also, this hideous warfare is being done.
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.3.11 Complying which sage s directive Mountain Vindhya ceased to heighten in order not to obstruct the path of the sun, such sage s hermitage is this who is renowned in the world by his deeds and whose longevity is inestimable, hence this glorious hermitage is adored by well behaved animals and humans as well.
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.3.30 Copious frothy blood gushed out from the gashes of arrows on the mountainous body of Khara, like the rapids on Mountain Prasavana, and it overflowed on earth too.
vrm.3.32 a On going to Mountain Kailasa he who has defeated the one who uses humans as his vehicle, namely Kubera, and snatched away his Vimana aircraft, namely Pushpaka, which Aircraft transits at the wish of its steersman, and Shuurpanakha saw such a grabber of others possessions.
vrm.3.47 "Do you wish to steal away the massive Mandara Mountain by the sleight of your hand, but how do you wish to decamp healthily without consuming lethal poison? "If you wish to override the dear wife of Raghava, then it is as good as wishing to deeply scrape your eyes with needlepoint, and licking the razorblade with your tongue.
vrm.3.48 "I am that Ravana by whom Kubera, the god for Wealth Management whose vehicular transport is handled by humans, is tormented fearfully and made to completely abandon his wealthiest place which is presided over by him till then, and I am the one who made that Kubera to flee to the excellent Mountain Kailasa where he is somehow living, because I will not cause any harm on Mountain Kailasa as I hold it sacred.
vrm.3.51 As with a startling combat between two gigantic and winged mountains, called Mountain Maalyavanta s, that combat between the eagle and Rakshasa then became a startling one.
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.3.61 On searching whole of mountainsides of that Mountain Chitrakuta, where their hermitage is there, even in its caves, crags, and mountain peaks they have not found Seetha.
vrm.3.71 "Oh, Rama, soon you have to toss me into trench to burn me customarily, sooner than the Sun s going to Mountain Dusk when his Horses are fatigued.
vrm.3.72 That self respectful valiant Sugreeva is living on the Mountain Rishyamuka, a best mountain available in the lambent fringes of Pampa Lake, along with four other vanara s.
vrm.3.72 b, a Oh, Raghava, right away and candidly you make that Vanara Sugreeva, a wanderer in the forest, sheltering himself on Mountain Rishyamuka, as a friend of yours taking an oath on your weapon besides the Fire witness.
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.3.73 "In front of Pampa there is a bountiful but an unclimbable mountain is there with trees in full blossom, which is well protected by baby Elephants, and which in earlier times was purposefully created by Brahma, and that alone is Mountain Rishyamuka.
vrm.3.73 "Oh, Rama, there the blaring trumpet blasts of baby Elephants that amuse themselves at Lake Pampa, and of those that are the indwellers of Matanga hermitage, even there on Mountain Rishyamuka are audible.
vrm.3.73 And staying in the sky he pointed out at the side of Mountain Rishyamuka, and then he reiterated, "you befriend Sugreeva.
vrm.3.75 a Thereby, where Mountain Rishyamuka is beaming forth at its nearby, on which that right minded son of Surya, Sugreeva, is living along with four other vanara s, always frightened by the fear from Vali, we will go to her, to that spectacular Lake Pampa, come on, Lakshmana.
vrm.4.1 "The trees of Alangium, Kurntaka, Poornaka, Devadaru, and also the Mango trees, and like that Patala trees, and the trees of Mountain ebony are flowered.
vrm.4.1 He who is the chief of Vanara s, who moves about Mountain Rishyamuka, while he is meandering thereabout he happened to see those two who are so amazing for a look, namely Rama and Lakshmana, by which he is so frightened that he is petrified.
vrm.4.2 there is no scare from Vali here on this best mountain, for it is Mountain Malaya.
vrm.4.3 Mindful of the words of noble souled Sugreeva, Hanuma took his flight from Mountain Rishyamuka to where Raghava s are
vrm.4.3 I had to come here from Mountain Rishyamuka in an ascetics form only to appease that Sugreeva, and I can wend my way by my will, and wear any guise as I wish.
vrm.4.5 Hanuma on going from Mountain Rishyamuka to Mountain Malaya, has reported to the king of Vanaras Sugreeva, about the two valiant Raghava s.
vrm.4.11 One" named Dundubhi was there in the form of a Buffalo, whose size shone forth like Mountain Kailasa and who bears the strength of a thousand Elephants.
vrm.4.11 "His deeds that are impracticable even for Gods are obvious, and scared for recollecting them I took shelter of Mountain Rishyamuka.
vrm.4.11 "Concluding that the lord of Vanaras Vali to be an unconquerable, unattackable, unsympathetic one I am not leaving this Mountain Rishyamuka.
vrm.4.11 "I chanced upon a laudable and true friend in you, oh, Rama, the patron of friends, hence I take shelter in you, oh, tigerly man, for you are the final resort for those seeking salvation, like Mountain Himavan.
vrm.4.12 Meanwhile Sugreeva is unable to spot out his benefactor Raghava as Vali whacked him down, and thereby he immediately fled to Mountain Rishyamuka.
vrm.4.15 b, a "He is endowed with the knowledge of mundane and ultra mundane things, he always abides in the directives of his father, and as with Mountain Himalayas for all natural elements he is the greatest mine of merits.
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.4.27 Rama along with his brother Lakshmana reached Mountain Prasavana while the enthroned Sugreeva entered the cave city Kishkindha.
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.4.27 "Even see this mountain available in the southerly direction as if a white cloth is spread on sky, which is vying with Mountain Kailasa and abounding with many an ore.
vrm.4.27 Raghava having said thus resided on that Mountain Prasavana along with Lakshmana, whereat many sightly caves and arbours are there.
vrm.4.28 Rama then on eliminating Vali and enthroning Sugreeva and when residing on the hinterlands of Mountain Malayavata Prasavana, spoke to Lakshmana.
vrm.4.31 That right minded and well informed Lakshmana who is bent on doing only that which is agreeable and beneficial to his elder brother, then swallowing his exasperation and wielding a bow which is shining forth like the bow of Indra, and which is standing out like a peaking mountain proceeded towards the palace of the Vanara, namely Sugreeva, and with such a bow he appeared to be the peaking Mountain Mandhara and like the Era Ender.
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.4.33 The spires of that palace are similar to the peaks of Mountain Kailasa and it is shining forth with fully blossomed trees yielding fruits that can fulfil every relish of everyone.
vrm.4.37 "Convoke the Vanara s available on the summits of these five mountains, namely Mountain Mahendra, Mountain Himalaya, Mountain Vindhya, and Mountain Kailasa and those that are on the whitish peak of Mountain Mandara.
vrm.4.37 And the catastrophic Vanara chiefs that are abiding in the palm groves of Mountain Padma.
vrm.4.37 Also thus, the fly jumpers who are similar to black mascara and black clouds in their shine, and who match Elephants in their vigour, and who live on Mountain Anjana, they too are to be convened.
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.4.37 Mountain Prasravana.
vrm.4.37 Vanara s who are in the hue of lion s mane have turned up in thousand crores, say hundred billion, from the pinnacles of Mountain Kailasa.
vrm.4.37 Millions and millions of Vanara s whose looks and deeds are gruesome, and who equal the planet Mars in their crimson flush, as they dwell on the hotbeds of Mountain Vindhya, have swiftly alighted from Mountain Vindhya.
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.4.39 Then Hanuma appeared with a thousand crore vanara s encompassing him who in shape are like the summits of Mountain Kailasa and whose bravery is formidable.
vrm.4.40 b, a "Search shall be conducted at the riversides of heartening rivers like River Bhagirathi, another name for River Ganga, and River Sarayu, like that at River Kaushiki, and at the pleasing surrounds of River Yamuna, and on Mountain Kalinda, as well at River Sarasvati, River Sindhu and at the river whose waters are lustrous like gems, namely River Shona, and further at River Mahi and River Kaalamahi which rivers are brightened by mountains and forests surrounding them.
vrm.4.40 And you have to search on the peak of Mountain Mandara, where some extensive and unsightly beings are harboured, and at places where some other beings live with odd physical features.
vrm.4.40 "On that Shalmali Island in Wine Ocean you will be seeing the mansion of Vinata s son, namely Garuda, the Eagle vehicle of Vishnu, which is decorated with numerous jewels, and which in sheen will be like Mountain Kailasa, the abode of Shiva.
vrm.4.40 b, c "On the northern province of that soft water ocean there is a hugely enormous mountain named Jaataruupa shila, Golden Rock Mountain, which glitters like gold and which spreads across thirteen Yojana s.
vrm.4.40 "That pylon of palm tree is constructed as the easterly compass by Gods, and beyond that a completely golden mountain is there, namely the august Udaya Mountain, the Mountain Sunrise, beyond which it is all west.
vrm.4.40 The pinnacles of Mountain Sunrise will be touching heavens for their height is hundred Yojana s and that divine mountain greatly glitters for it is completely golden, and it is pedestalled with suchlike glittering mountains.
vrm.4.40 "That Mountain Sunrise will be splendorous with well flowered and beautiful saala, palm, Tamaala, and Karnikara trees which are completely golden in hue and which will be glittering similar to sun.
vrm.4.40 "On the apex of that Mountain Sunrise there is another pinnacle with one Yojana width and ten Yojana s height named Saumanasa, which is completely golden and very firm.
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.4.40 "On the top of that Mountain Sunrise, and even in its cave and forests of that island Ravana is to be searched, together with Seetha.
vrm.4.40 "The eastern aurora glows redly because the golden hue of Mountain Sunrise imbricates the resplendence of the beneficent Sun.
vrm.4.40 "In the beginning Brahma, the Creator, ordained this Mountain Sunrise to be the gateway for the earth to heaven, and even as the rising place for the Sun, as such this is verily said as the eastern quarter of the compass.
vrm.4.40 "Beyond Mountain Sunrise the eastern quarter is impassable.
vrm.4.40 "You shall comeback within a month on finding out Vaidehi and the residency of Ravana after your reaching Mountain Sunrise.
vrm.4.41 "You shall go to the prosperous Mountain Malaya which is crowded with iron ore mines as its vast mouths, and with amazing crests and motley flowered forests.
vrm.4.41 b, a "You shall see the eminent sage Agastya, whose resplendence is akin to that of the Sun, and who will be sitting on the top of that highly resplendent Mountain Malaya.
vrm.4.41 importance of the mission undertaken vis vis your individual capacities to leap the ocean, you reach the glorious Mountain Mahendra.
vrm.4.41 Mountain" Mahendra is glorified with numerous kinds of flowered trees and climbers.
vrm.4.41 And the Thousand eyed Indra will always be visiting that Mountain Mahendra on every auspicious day.
vrm.4.41 b, a "There is a dazzling island on the other side of the shore of Mountain Mahendra, which is breadthwise a hundred Yojana s, and which is an impassable one for humans, and you have to search that island up to its fringes.
vrm.4.41 "Well settled in oceanic waters that Mountain Pushpitaka will be shining forth with a resplendence similar to sunrays on one side and with that of moonshine on the other, and its lofty crests will look as if they are scribbling on the sky.
vrm.4.41 "Oh, vanara s, venerate that Mountain Pushpitaka by bowing your heads and search it thoroughly.
vrm.4.41 Then on going across that inviolable mountain and taking a highly impassable route there is a mountain named Suuryavaan after fourteen Yojana s from Mountain Pushpitaka.
vrm.4.41 a "On crossing over even that Mountain Suuryavaan after searching, there is a mountain named Vaidyuta whose trees will be all time heart pleasing and they yield fruits satiating every taste.
vrm.4.41 "Oh, vanara s, you proceed farther after devouring choicest fruits and tubers growing on Mountain Vaidyuta, and even on consuming precious honey at that place.
vrm.4.41 b, "From Mountain Rishabha to the terminus of the earth the invulnerable beings who won heavens will be staying.
vrm.4.42 "At the junction of River Sindhu with the ocean, Mouth of Indus, there is a huge mountain named Hemagiri, Golden Mountain, which is with hundreds of summits and gigantic trees.
vrm.4.42 b, a "On your seagoing there, oh, vanara s, you will see the golden peak of a waterlogged mountain called Mountain Paariyaatra, which peak will be hundred Yojana s in height, and which is difficult to see as it will be blindingly glittering.
vrm.4.42 Then you proceed from that Mountain Paariyaatra to Mountain Vajra.
vrm.4.42 "Oh, fly jumpers, there is a great mountain named Mountain Vajra in that sea beyond Mountain Paariyaatra.
vrm.4.42 Vaidehi" is to be searched on the delightful cliffs of that Mountain Cakravaan and also in its spacious caves, together with Ravana, and search for her here, there, and everywhere.
vrm.4.42 "After sixty four Yojana s another very great mountain with golden peaks is there in abyss of the abode of Rain god, namely the ocean, and it is named as Mountain Varaaha.
vrm.4.42 "There on the delightful cliffs and spacious caves of that Mountain Varaaha, including that city Praagjyotisha, Ravana shall be searched together with Vaidehi.
vrm.4.42 "On ranging from that best Mountain Varaaha, whose caves are inlaid with gold deposits apparent to the naked eye, there is an entirely golden mountain containing waterfalls and rapids called Meghavanta.
vrm.4.42 "Listening the sonorous sounds of waterfalls and rapids of that mountain, and construing them to be the roars of their opponent beasts, the Elephants, wild Boars, Lions, and Tigers will always be facing that mountain and roaring proud heartedly all around it, by which that Mountain Meghavanta itself appears to be roaring, proud heartedly.
vrm.4.42 "On which mountain the distinguished Mahendra, whose Horses are green and who is the controller of Paka, is anointed by Gods as their king, such a mountain is this named Mountain Megha, or Mountain Meghavanta, which you have to scour.
vrm.4.42 "On going further from that best mountain ruled by Mahendra, namely Mountain Meghavanta, you shall go to the range of sixty thousand golden mountains.
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 "On the pinnacle of Mountain Astagiri, or the Mountain Dusk, there is a supreme and heavenly manor house compacted with multi storied buildings, which in shine will be similar to Sun and which is arranged by Vishvakarma, the Divine Architect.
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.4.42 "On effacing the utter darkness of all the mortal world up to here, the illuminator of mortal world and the decliner of night, namely the Sun, will go to the Mountain Astagiri, say Mountain Dusk.
vrm.4.42 "You shall return within a month on knowing about Vaidehi and also about the residency of Ravana, or on your reaching Mountain Astagiri, say Mountain Dusk.
vrm.4.43 "You to Soma hermitage, which is adored by the Gods and Gandharva s, and then you go to that great peaked mountain named Mountain Kala.
vrm.4.43 "On crossing Mountain Devasakha, there is a vacant land to a span of hundred Yojana s all around, which is devoid of mountains, rivers and even trees, and discarded by all beings.
vrm.4.43 "But you all will be overjoyed on traversing that hair raising wasteland quickly and on attaining Mountain Kailasa.
vrm.4.43 Ravana" shall be searched on Mountain Kailasa, and even in the caves of nearby mountains which will be shining like moon, together with Vaidehi.
vrm.4.43 "Thereafter on reaching Mountain Krauncha you shall cautiously enter into a highly impassable tunnel of that mountain to search Seetha.
vrm.4.43 "Besides the main peak of Mountain Krauncha, its other peaks, terraces, crevices and midriffs shall be searched, far and wide.
vrm.4.43 "The treeless Mountain Kama and the abode of Birds Mountain Maanasa are also to be searched, and there is no inlet for any being, let alone Gods or Rakshasas.
vrm.4.43 "You all have to search Mountain Krauncha inclusive of its mountainsides, grades, and its fringe mountains, and on moving away from that Mountain Krauncha, a mountain named Mainaka is there.
vrm.4.43 "The mansion of the Asura Maya is there which is built by himself and that Mountain Mainaka is to be searched out, inclusive of its crests, grades and caves.
vrm.4.43 "On passing beyond that mountain in Uttara Kuru, there is a treasure trove of waters, namely vast of Northern Ocean, in the mid of which there is gigantic golden mountain named Mountain Soma.
vrm.4.43 "Those who have gone to the sphere of Indra, and those who have gone to the sphere of Brahma can clearly see that lordly Mountain Soma, situated in the vast of ocean from the vast of heavens.
vrm.4.43 "Even though that place is sunless it is comprehensible as if with sunshine, since it is illuminated with the resplendence of Mountain Soma itself, which will be irradiating that place as if with the resplendence of the Sun.
vrm.4.43 "The God and Cosmic Souled Vishnu and Shambhu or Shiva, an embodiment of eleven selfsame Souls, called Ekaadasha Rudra s and the god of Gods Brahma who is surrounded by Brahmarshis, will be sojourning on that Mountain Soma.
vrm.4.45 a Rama remained on that Mountain Prasravana along with Lakshmana looking forward to that month which is marked for locating Seetha.
vrm.4.46 "When Vali repulsed the Buffalo shaped Rakshasa Dundubhi towards Malaya mountain, then that Buffalo entered the cave of Mountain Malaya, and even Vali entered therein wishing to kill that Buffalo.
vrm.4.46 "There I saw the mountain wreathed in with ores, namely Mountain Udaya, the Sun Rise, and I have also seen the Milk Water Oceans which is forever an abode for Apsara s.
vrm.4.46 "Such as I was, on seeing diverse cities and the best mountain Astagiri, Mountain Dusk, I reached that excellent Mountain Dusk also, and since Vali is at my heel, I took to my heels, by a long way to north.
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.4.46 b, a "Oh, prince Rama, then Vali though reached Mountain Rishyamuka, he did not enter into its precincts at that time fearing Sage Matanga and his curse, oh, king Rama, thus this globe of earth is apparently and closely sighted by me in its entirety, and then I came into the cave of Rishyamuka and did not stir out.
vrm.4.47 Counting the day of their starting as day one, those elephentine Vanaras returned to Mountain Prasavana within one month, hopeless of Seetha, and met Sugreeva, the king of Vanaras, who is with Rama awaiting the return of Vanaras.
vrm.4.47 All of the expeditionists have reached and venerated Sugreeva who is sitting along with Rama on the peak of Mountain Prasavana and spoke this to him.
vrm.4.49 Those vanara s who are the best among Vanaras who are desirous of getting a glance of Seetha have clambered up a magnificent Silver Mountain which in statuesque is like an autumnal silvery cloud, and which has many zeniths and caverns, and searched there in the delightful woods of Lodhra trees, and even in the groves of seven leaved banana plants.
vrm.4.49 Again making Mountain Vindhya as the starting point of search, those best fly jumpers, namely Hanuma and the other chieftains of vanara s, have searched all over the southern direction for Seetha.
vrm.4.50 Hanuma has searched in the caves of that kingly Mountain Vindhya, which are jammed in with Lions and Tigers, and even at the towering rapids.
vrm.4.50 a They reached the southwest peak of that mountain during their search and the time set by Sugreeva swiftly lapsed while they are overstaying thereat that Mountain Vindhya alone.
vrm.4.52 "This one which is surrounded by diverse trees and vines is the magnificent Vindhya Mountain, this mountain is Prasravana, and this vast expanse of water is the southerly ocean.
vrm.4.53 Sitting on a foothill of Mountain Vindhya which is with fully flowered trees those virtue souled Vanaras are then driven in desperation.
vrm.4.58 And oh, vanara chiefs, when sunrays have utterly burned my wings I fell down on this Mountain Vindhya, and while living hereabouts constrainedly, I could pay no attention to my brother s experiences or, at least his existence, or otherwise.
vrm.4.59 Oh, father, I as a desirer of flesh flew up to skies in time and overspreading the Mountain Mahendra, I very well hovered on it.
vrm.4.60 Oh, impeccable Angada, once I have fallen on the peak of this Mountain Vindhya when sunrays completely burned my wings and limbs scorching in sun s heat.
vrm.4.60 Since this mountain is teeming with teams of Birds, caves in its midriffs, and it is with peaks of its own kind, thus I resolved this to be Mountain Vindhya at the coast of southern ocean.
vrm.4.60 I again reached the earth descending from the lopsided peak of Mountain Vindhya, onerously and slowly, whereat the sacred grass blades are thorny.
vrm.4.61 "Before the sages on the peak of Mountain Kailasa we have staked a stake that we two shall follow the Sun till he reaches the great westerly mountain, namely Mountain Dusk.
vrm.4.61 Himalayas", even Mountain Vindhya, and even the very high mountain Mountain Meru, shone forth like Elephants in lakes.
vrm.4.61 "I supposed that Jatayu as has fallen in Janasthana, but I have fallen on Mountain Vindhya, as a wing burnt and insensate eagle.
vrm.4.63 mountain I clambered up the Mountain Vindhya and I am looking forward for your arrival.
vrm.4.67 Indeed shall I venture to go round the Mountain Meru, which is
vrm.4.67 impetuosity shall I venture to start with the Sun who starts his journey of the day from Mountain Sunrise, and shall I go to Mountain Dusk before Sun, and again shall I venture to comeback even before the sundown towards the same day s flaming Sun when he is garlanded with flaming sunrays around him in midday, that too without my touching the land.
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.4.67 b, a This Mountain Mahendra is beaming forth with boulders and altitudinal cliffs, and the crests of this mountain are indeed tough, and even
vrm.4.67 hence, from the peaks of this Mountain Mahendra I will gain speed for my kick start.
vrm.5.15 That Vanara warrior Hanuma saw not far away in that Ashoka garden, in the middle, a lofty temple filled with fragrance like a second Gandhamadana Mountain, standing by a thousand pillars, white like Mount Kailasa with stairs made of corals with platforms made of refined gold as though radiant with glory, clear and because of being tall as though scraping the sky.
vrm.5.37 "O Seetha! Now itself, I shall cause you to reach Rama who is staying at Prasravana Mountain, even as Agni hands over the oblations offered in the sacrifices to Indra
vrm.6.2 and on our seeing that city of Lanka standing on a peak of the Trikuta Mountain.
vrm.6.4 That royal Sahya Mountain was highly adorned with red coloured metal.
vrm.6.23 Mountain tops are quivering and trees are falling down.
vrm.6.29 Having gone in a disguised manner, those spies saw Rama and Lakshmana together with Sugreeva and Vibhishana in the neighbourhood of Mountain Suvela.
vrm.6.30 Thereafter, the spies informed Ravana about Rama, with his unperturbable army, having encamped on Suvela Mountain.
vrm.6.40 Halting there just for a while and surveying the ten cardinal points, Rama saw the city of Lanka, which was beautifully constructed by Visvakarma, the divine architect on the top of Trikuta Mountain with nice arrangements and ravishing with enchanting groves.
vrm.6.41 Mountain peaks shake and the Elephants bearing the earth trumpet.
vrm.6.59 standard, banner and canopy, armed with javelins, swords, stakes and other weapons and missiles and composed of imperturbable soldiers and Elephants as high as the Mahendra Mountain? Hearing the words of Rama, Vibhishana the equal of Indra in valour, then narrated to Rama about the choicest army of the foremost among Rakshasas of the highest peculiarity as follows:
vrm.6.59 Mountain.
vrm.6.60 Let the Rakshasas go to the summit of Charya Mountain.
vrm.6.60 His mouth yawning horribly resembled hell and appeared like the sun rising under the high peak of Meru Mountain.
vrm.6.70 Again mounting an Elephant resembling a mountain, as the sun mounting Mandara Mountain, that enraged Mahodara on his part, caused rain of arrows to fall quickly on Neela, like rumbling cloud with a circle of lightning, showers rain on a mountain.
vrm.6.71 That head with its diadem, chopped off by Lakshmana, quickly fell down on the ground, like a peak of the Himalayan Mountain.

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