Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 29 Aug 2011 16:45 and updated at 29 Aug 2011 16:45


vrm.1.39 "Oh, Raghava, there emerged an unbearable rumpus from the Nagas, Asura s, Rakshasas, and other beings living underneath the surface of earth, while they are killed during hollowing the earth.
vrm.2.50 The blessed river was graced by Devas and Danavas, Gandharvas and Kinnaras and was constantly visited by consorts of Nagas and Gandharvas.
vrm.2.54 I consider the abode of Chitrakuta as the right place for you to stay, Oh Rama, possessed of great strength! You set off for that well known, sacred and lovely mountain, Chitrakuta which is adoned with clusters of trees of every description, frequented by Kinnaras and Nagas, is rendered charming by the cried of peacocks and infested with lordly Elephants and bountiful with tubers and fruits.
vrm.2.99 performance, appearing like an extensive altar and it was adorned with bows plated with gold, like unto the weapons of Indra constructed for heroic exploits, having great power, the torments of their foes, graced with fearful arrows in their quivers, like unto the rays of the sun, bright as serpents with shining hoods, in the same way of Bhogavati the realm of Nagas, decked with a couple of swords encased in sheaths of gold, adorned with two shields decorated with flowers of gold, finger guards embroidered with gold and in different colours suspended on walls and which hut was unassailable by hordes of enemies as is a lion s cave to deer.
vrm.3.11 There the Devas, Yakshas, Nagas and Patagas live together wishing to worship the Absolute with self discipline.
vrm.3.14 Kadru" gave birth to thousand Nagas who is the bearer of this earth, and Vinata gave birth to two sons namely Garuda and Aruna.
vrm.3.32 b, a Whereby, to whom there is an indemnity against death in war at the hand of Gods, Rakshasas, Gandharva s, Pisachas, Suparnas, Nagas, excepting humans, and Shuurpanakha saw such an unimperilled Ravana.
vrm.3.35 It is brightened up with thousands of Nagas and Suparnas, Gandharva s and Kinnara s.
vrm.3.48 "I am that Ravana at whose sight all the Gods together with Gandharva s, Pisachas, Suparnas and Nagas will always be frightened and fleeing, as with the people frightened and fleeing from death.
vrm.4.31 Angada succumbing to high despair caused by the scare neared Lakshmana who is aglow like the Fire of Perdition and like a King of Nagas, who is perforce infuriated.
vrm.5.1 That great Vanara Hanuma shone like a Naga in a lake, standing on the foot of that great mountain, where many Nagas resided, which was beautifully decorated with many naturally formed mineral rocks of varied hue like black, white, red, blue, yellow and green and which was surrounded by Pannagas and Yakshas, Kinnaras, Gandharvas who were capable of assuming desired form, together with their families.
vrm.5.1 Immediately on seeing the best among Vanaras, Hanuma, flying without any effort, Nagas, Yakshas, Rakshasas, Devas and Suparnas all praised Him.
vrm.5.1 Thereafter, Devas together with Gandharvas, Siddhas and great sages spoke thus to Surasa, the mother of Nagas, equal to the Sun in brilliance.
vrm.5.1 Mother of Nagas, Surasa, desiring to know the strength of Hanuma, spoke these words on seeing Him going away.
vrm.5.1 Hanuma went, like Garuda, in the sky served by clouds or streams of water, served also by Birds, tread by masters of music Tumburu and other Gandharvas, served by Airavata, borne by Lions, Elephants, Tigers, Birds and serpents, decorated by clear Vimanas moving with great speed, shone by fires with thunderous jolt equal to that of Vajra the weapon of Devendra, decorated by people with good deeds, people with great luck who conquered the heavens, served by the God of fire carrying great quantities of oblations, shone by planets, stars, moon, sun and starlets, occupied by groups of great sages, Gandharvas, Nagas, Yakshas but unpopulated by humans, clear and all pervasive, served by the Gandharva king Vishvavasu, roamed by Elephants of Devendra, the path of the moon and the sun, the auspicious one, a wide canopy of the earth constructed by Brahma, served in various ways by excellent courageous groups of Vidyadharas.
vrm.5.2 Hanuma saw the city of Lanka equal to peak of Kailasa as though touching the sky, as though flying to reach the sky, with its best mansions, filled with horrible rakshasas and serpants like the city of Bhogavati, one which was unfathomable, a well arranged and a clear city governed by Kubera in earlier times, protected by courageous, Nagas ashivishas: who use poison as weapon, Rakshasas and Guhas with sharp teethed weapons, with spikes and Patticas spears in their hands.
vrm.5.3 Quickly approaching that city of Lanka which was protected by Rakshasas, like the the auspicious city of Bhogavati being protected by Nagas moving about, spread with cloud illumined by flashes of lightening, served by pathways of stars, witha light breeze like the Indra s city of Amaravati, surrounded by a wall with a golden hue, decorated by flags with sounds from groups of small bells.
vrm.5.10 Shoulders well smeared by best sandal with good smell and very cool resembling in color to a hare s blood, well decorated, massaged by the best women, served by the best sandal and which made Yakshas, Nagas, Gandharvas, Devas and Danavaas scream.
vrm.5.11 The strong Hanuma observing girls from Devas, Gandharvas and girls from Nagas did not see Janaki.
vrm.5.21 "That Garuda called Rama speedily will pluck the Rakshasas who are like unto the great Nagas, like Vainateya plucking the Uragas.
vrm.5.23 Another Rakshasa woman named Vikata spoke these words: "By whom a number of times in war Devas, in war Nagas, Gandharvas and Danavas have been conquered that Ravana has come to your side.
vrm.5.33 Why?" "O auspicious lady! In whom are you born whether in Suras or in Asuras or in Nagas, Gandharvas or Rakshasas or in Yakshas or in Kinnaras?"
vrm.5.38 "O Rama! Eventhough you are strong, excellently skilled in archery and a truthful man, why are you not utilizing your arrow on Rakshasas?" "Neither the Nagas or Gandharvas or Asuras nor the Maruts are able to resist the onrush of Rama in battle.
vrm.5.46 Devas, Asuras, Sages along with the Nagas, the Yakshas, the Gandharvas were conquered by my along with you all together.
vrm.5.47 Due to his eminent deeds and virtues, he is undoubtedly adored by Sages, Nagas and Yakshas.
vrm.5.48 Nagas and Yakshas, great Sages moving in astronomical circles, Siddhas and a multitude of Birds going around the sky, gathered there and clamoured loudly with a great rejoice.
vrm.5.51 "O king of Rakshasas! Devas, Daityas, Gandharvas, Vidyadharas, Nagas, Yakshas, all of them are not able to stand before Rama the lord of the three worlds.
vrm.5.54 There, all the Devas, Sages, Gandharvas, Vidyadharas, Nagas, Yakshas, the Bhutas and all great living beings attained a great joy.
vrm.5.56 Then, leaving that tormented mountain of excellence Kinnaras, Nagas, Gandharvas, Yakshas and Vidyadharas ascended to the sky.
vrm.5.57 names of Pushya and Shravana as swans, the clouds as its duck weeds the twin constellations the Punarvasus as its large fish, the planet Mars as its large alligator, a large island as Airavata, graced with a swan in the form of the constellation, Swati, having gales as its waves, the moon beams as its cool water and with the Nagas, Yakshas and Gandharvas as its full blown lotuses and water lilies.
vrm.5.58 "Thereafter, I saw Surasa, the mother of Nagas in the midst of the sea.
vrm.5.67 "O Rama! Why are you not employing the same type of a missile on the Rakshasas, though you are the foremost among the wielders of missiles, though courageous and possessed of good disposition?" "Neither the Nagas nor even Gandharvas nor the Asuras nor the troop of Maruts, nor all of them joined together are capable of fighting with Rama.
vrm.6.1 Who can return alive, having entered once taking refuge only in self command, the city of Lanka, which is unconquerable by Devas, Asuras and Yakshas and even by Gandharvas, Nagas and Rakshasas and well under the custody of Ravana?
vrm.6.4 That sea, the abode of Varuna was filled with Nagas bestowed with flaming hoods, plunged with mighty aquatic creatures, abounding in various types of mountains, too difficult to cross, with an inaccessible path, suffocationly fathomless and an abode of Rakshasas.
vrm.6.7 Why are you getting worried? After proceeding to Bhogavati city, the Nagas there were defeated by you.
vrm.6.7 Oh, mighty armed! After moving down to Rasatala, the you conquered the Nagas.
vrm.6.7 Oh, king! After entering a great ocean in the shape of Yamas realm, with a huge alligator in the form of deaths rod of punishment, adorned with silk cotton trees bristling with thorns to be used a weapons, turbulent with a huge wave in the shape of noose of Kala with Nagas in the form of Yamas servants and difficult to be conquered on account of mighty Jvara and churning the sea in the form of Yamas forces, a great victory was obtained and death warded off by you.
vrm.6.8 All Gods, Rakshasas, Gandharvas, Pisachas, Suparnas and Nagas can be attacked by you in battle.
vrm.6.10 The palace was like an abode of Gandharvas and of Maruts filled with a collection of jewels resembling a house of Nagas.
vrm.6.14 We do not have fear from Yakshas or Gandharvas or eminent Nagas or from Suparnas and Uragas on the field of battle.
vrm.6.19 O, prince! Because of a special boon given by Brahma Ravana can not be killed by all beings, Gandharvas, Nagas and Suparnas.
vrm.6.41 Calling to his mind the duty of the kings, Rama who was eager to undertake what was to be done next, in concurrence with Vibhishana, summoned Angada the son of Vali and spoke as follows: Go my gentle Angada on my behalf and, passing thought the city of Lanka without fear and anxiety and Lanka without fear and anxiety and approaching Ravana the unfortunate Rakshasa devoid of sovereignty and who has lost his splendour because of his inclination to die admonish him in the following words: O, Ravana the Ranger of the Night! In your reckless arrogance, sages, Devas, Gandharvas, Apsaras, Nagas, Yakshas and kings have been oppressed by you.
vrm.6.65 Taking hold of that large spike tinted with the blood of enemies, shining like Indra s thunderbolt and equally heavy, capable of tormenting Devas, Danavas, Gandharvas, Yakshas and Nagas, wreathed in garlands of crimson flowers with excessive splendour and emitting flames by itself naturally, Kumbhakarna of great brilliance spoke to Ravana the following words: "Let this large army stay back here.
vrm.6.67 Garuda devouring the Nagas in lots, ran about the battle field.
vrm.6.69 You stay on, O monarch! I will set out and eradicate your enemies in battle, as Garuda eradicates the Nagas.
vrm.7.5 And those three foremost of Rakshasas, accompanied by hundreds of sons night rangers all elated on account of their measureless prowess, began to worry the sages and Nagas and Yakshas, and Devas with Indra at their head.
vrm.7.6 And, O Rama, having thus taken counsel together, with all the preparations complete, those huge bodied and redoubtable Rakshas marched foth for conflict, mounted on cars, and elephants, and horses resembling elephants, and mules, and kine, and camels, and purpoises, and Nagas, makaras, and totoises, and fishes, and fowls resembling Garura himself, lions and tigers and boars and Srimaras and Chamaras.
vrm.7.6 And hymned by Siddhas and Devas and sages and mighty semi divine Nagas and Gandharvas and Yakshas, the enemy of the Asura hosts presented himself, bearing in his hands the discus, sword, that weapon Sarnga and the conch.
vrm.7.10 Thus addressed by the creator, Brahma, the Ten necked one, O Rama, standing before him with joined hands, said, O lord of creatures, I would, O eternal one, be incapable of being slain by Suparnas and Nagas, Yakshas, Daityas, Danavas and Rakshasas, and the Devas ;for, O thou that art worshipped by the immortals, anxiety I have none from any other beings.
vrm.7.11 And coming there frequently, Devas with Gandharvas and Apsaras and Nagas and Kinnaras, ever spot there.
vrm.7.16 And the lordly Nandi,undaunted, addressed the sovereign of the Rakshasas, saying Desist thou O Ten necked one Sankara; spoteth in the mountain ;and now He is incapable of being approached by every one Suparnas, Nagas and Yakshas Devas;, Gandharvas and Rakshas Hearing Nandi s speech, Ravana, wrought up with wrath, his eyes coppery, and his ear rings shaking, leapt down from Pushpaka.
vrm.7.16 I have already obtained a boon, bestowing on me immunity from death at the hands of Devas, Gandharvas and Danavas; and Rakshasas and Guhyakas and Nagas; and others also that are of more than oridinary strength.
vrm.7.20 And even as Vishnu had pleased me by destroying the Daityas, thou pleased me by harassing the Gandharvas and Nagas.
vrm.7.20 And conquering the three worlds, and bringing under subjection Nagas and Devas I shall for Amrita churn the nether regions.
vrm.7.22 Hiranyakasipu, the gracaful Namuchi, and Shamvara, Nishandi and Dhumketu and Virochana s ofspring Vali, and the Daitya Shamvu that mighty monarchs, Vritra and Bana ;and Rajarshis versed in all branches of learnings and Gandharvas, and mighty Nagas, and Sages, and Pannagas and Yakshas, and swarms of Apsaras and the Earth herself containing vasty oceans and mountains and rivers and trees, at the unrolling of a Yuga all these, O mighty monarch have I brought to dissolution.
vrm.7.23 And then the Raksha entered the regeon of waters the abode of Daityas and Nagas, well protected by Varuna.
vrm.7.23 And arriving at Bhogavati the city governed by Vasuki, he brought the Nagas under subjection and then, delighted, bent his course to the palace Manimayi There dwelt the Nivatakavachas", who had obtained boons.
vrm.7.26 Thereupon trembled all the three worlds consisting of mobile and immobile beings the Devas and all the Nagas became inert.
vrm.7.28 As the lion is not moved by the attack of a wolf, the elephant by that of a bull, the Sumeru by the king of Nagas and the great Ocean by the current of a river, so that great person was not agitated and said to Dasagriva "O vcious minded night ranger, I shall soon remove they desire for a battle.
vrm.7.28 The Adityas, the Maruts, the Siddhas, the two Aswins, Rudras, the mines, Yama, Kubera, the oceans, mountains, rivers, all the divisions of the Veda and knowledge, ie, Planets, stars, sky, Siddhas, Gandharvas, Charanas, the ascetics conversant with the knowledge of Vedas, Garudas and the Nagas, the other Devas, Yakshas, Daityas and Rakshasas, were all seen in their incorporeal forms, on the person of that great Purusha, lying down.
vrm.7.29 In this wise he got on his chariot many a female of the Nagas, Rakshas, Asuras, Yakshas, Danavas and of men.
vrm.7.29 And wept there in the chariot, hundreds of the females of Nagas, Gandharvas, of great ascetics, Daityas and of Danavas.
vrm.7.32 His chariot drawn by Nagas was pulled down and destroyed by the high souled Vasu by means of his huge shafts.
vrm.7.33 In the interval the heroic and the highly powerful Dasagriva ascended the celestial car, constructed by the Architect of the Devas, encircled by the huge bodied Nagas capable of making down erect and by whose breath the battle field was ablaze.
vrm.7.40 If we do not please the son of Aditi we shall all meet with destruction," Thereupon the Patriarch Brahma, the Devas, Gandharvas, Nagas, Guhyakas and other created beings went where the wind was waiting with his own son belaboured by the king of the Devas.
vrm.7.44 The Devas, Asuras or Nagas none is capable of casting his looks upon him.
vrm.7.100 O descendant of Raghu, being terrified, the generous Devas, the rich Daityas, the highly powerful Nagas, the irrepressible Rakshasas, Gandharvas and Yakshas used to adore him perpetually.
vrm.7.110 The Adityas, Vasus, Rudras, Viswadevas, Maruts, Sadhyas, Siddhas, Nagas and Rishis placing Brahma before them, all came there.
vrm.7.110 It was carried on head by the Nagas of unmitigated prowess, having celestial persons and adorned with celestial jewels and ornaments.
vrm.7.111 And by virtue of her ascetic dependance upon thee she has gone to the region of Nagas.
vrm.7.117 Thereafter thou didst create the huge bodied Ananta, living in the waters as the king of Nagas.
vrm.7.120 Having thus installed the high souled and heroic Kusi and Lava and conferred upon each of them thousand chariots, Ayuta Nagas, Ayuta horses and various jewels and riches he established them in their respective kingdoms.
vrm.7.123 So did all the celestial Rishis, Gandharvas Apsaras, Suparnas, Nagas, Yakhsas, Pisachas, Danavas and Rakshasas.

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