Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 29 Aug 2011 16:39 and updated at 29 Aug 2011 16:39


vrm.7.28 Thereupon the virtuous souled Rama said to Agastya, the foremost of Munis "Who is that male being stationed in the island ?Who are those three Kotis male beings ?And who is this person who crusheth down the pride of the Daityas and Danavas?" Hearing Rama s words Agastya said "O thou existing eternally, O god of gods, hearken, I shall relate it unto thee.
vrm.7.38 And having set Dasagriva at liberty Pulastya, the son of Brahma and the foremost of Munis repaired to the celestial region.
vrm.7.43 O foremost of Munis, I was greatly worked up with curiosity in this matter.
vrm.7.85 He was greatly anxious to behold Rama and saluting the foremost of Munis he speedily proceeded to Ayodhya.
vrm.7.91 O foremost of Munis, do thou with compassion save me.
vrm.7.103 Hearing their sweet words Rama again began with the story of Kardama s son and said "In turn, the heroic Ila, having regained his manhood, the highly illustrious and intelligent Budha, well informed of birth and well skilled in the art of speech, sent for the highly liberal Samvarta, Bhrigu s son Chyavana, Aristanemi, the foremost of Munis, Durvasa, capable of affording delight, and other friends gifted with patience and said "Ye all know well, how this mighty armed Ila, Kardama s son, attained to this peculiar condition.
vrm.7.107 Saying so it shall be Rama bade them adieu and they too, delighted, repaired to where Valmiki, the foremost of Munis was.
vrm.7.110 And beholding the Devas and Rishis assembled there Rama again said to Valmiki "O foremost of Munis, the words, of the high souled Rishis, are divested of sin; therefore on thy words only I shall consider Sita as having pure ways.
vrm.7.118 Hearing the words of Rama, the highly powerful Durvasa, the foremost of Munis, said.

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