Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 29 Aug 2011 16:57 and updated at 29 Aug 2011 16:57


vrm.1.1 b, a "Unfulfilled is the desire of Bharata in taking back Rama to kingdom, hence on touching Rama s feet and taking sandals, he returned from Chitrakuta, and without ruling from capital Ayodhya, he carried on the kingdom from a village called Nandigrama, with an expectation of Rama s return.
vrm.1.1 "Then on boarding Pushpaka Aircraft again after leaving the hermitage of Bharadwaja, and telling episodes jovially to Sugreeva and others about the events in the days of his exile in forests, while flying overhead of the very same places, Rama went to Nandigrama, where Bharata is available.
vrm.1.1 "That impeccable Rama rejoining with all of his brothers in the village Nandigrama removed his matted locks of hair along with them.
vrm.1.3 Enthroning shoe sandals of Rama by Bharata Bharata s living in a village Nandigrama Rama s going to Dandaka forests killing the Rakshasa named Viradha.
vrm.2.115 Having brought his mothers back to Ayodhya Bharata, fixed in his resolve but sore stricken with grief, spoke to Vasishta and the elders as follows "I am going to Nandigrama village.
vrm.2.115 All the preceptors there, headed by Vasishta and other brahmanas being in the forefront, proceeded eastward, in which direction Nandigrama village was situated.
vrm.2.115 The magnanimous Bharata, affectionate of his brother, bearing the sandals belong to Rama on his head, set out for Nandigrama.
vrm.2.115 Thereafter, having entered Nandigrama briskly Bharata descended his chariot quickly and spoke to his preceptors as follows:
vrm.2.115 The highly illustrious Bharata though a distressed man, thus lamenting and pained, looked after the state administration along with his ministers from Nandigrama.
vrm.2.115 Assuming bark robes and matted locks in the guise of an ascetic, the lord and the hero Bharata dwelt in Nandigrama, protected by the army.
vrm.2.115 Bharata, obedient to his elder brother, affectionate of his brothers and faithful to his vow, thus resided in Nandigrama, coronating the wooden sandals on the throne and wishing always for the return of Rama.
vrm.6.125 Going quickly for a long distance, that foremost of the Vanaras reached trees in flowering, near Nandigrama and looking like those comprised in the garden of Kubera known by the name, Chitraratha and frequented by women along with their sons and elders, charmingly adorned as they were.
vrm.6.127 "Let the cavities on the path from Nandigrama to Ayodhya be levelled.
vrm.6.127 All of them, including Kaikeyi, reached Nandigrama.
vrm.6.127 The entire City of Ayodhya literally reached Nandigrama.

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