Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 29 Aug 2011 16:58 and updated at 29 Aug 2011 16:58


vrm.1.1 Sage Narada is a thoughtful meditator, eternally studious in scriptures about the truth and untruth, a sagacious thinker, and a sublime enunciator among all expert enunciators.
vrm.1.1 With such a divine Sage Narada, the Sage Poet Valmiki is inquisitively enquiring about a man who is a composite for all merited endowments in his form and calibre.
vrm.1.1 Thus Valmiki enquired with Narada.
vrm.1.1 On listening all those words of Valmiki, the preceptor of all the three worlds, Sage Narada, said "let it be heard.
vrm.1.1 Thus Narada started to say.
vrm.1.1 Thus Narada is foreseeing the future and telling Valmiki.
vrm.1.1 Thus Sage Narada gave a gist of Ramayana to Sage poet Valmiki.
vrm.1.2 On hearing that sentence of that eminent sentence maker Sage Narada, that contains or ramayana in a nutshell, narrated in the previous chapter, that great Sage of virtuous mind, namely Valmiki, revered the Divine Sage Narada, along with his disciples.
vrm.1.2 That divine Sage Narada is worshipped that way by Valmiki in a befitting way, and on seeking permission of Valmiki to leave, and having been permitted by Valmiki went away heavenward.
vrm.1.2 A while after the departure of Narada to heavens, Valmiki proceed to the riverbanks of Tamasa, which are not far off form River Jahnavi i.
vrm.1.2 "You shall narrate the legend of Rama, the virtuous, intellectual and an intrepid one, and a godlike person in this world as well, as you have heard it from sage Narada.
vrm.1.3 On hearing the essence of Ramayana from Sage Narada, which is abound with probity and prosperity, and a propitious one too, that virtue souled Valmiki started searching for further known details in the legend of that dexterous Rama.
vrm.1.3 That godly saint Valmiki composed the legend of Rama, the legatee of Raghu, exactly as the divine soul Narada narrated it earlier.
vrm.1.11 This way he that ancient and godly Sage Sanatkumara, who is also Brahma s brain child like Narada, said this legend in earlier Divine Era, called krita yuga.
vrm.2.25 "May Veda, the Smriti texts taken as one body, the resolution and the piety protect you, my son! May lord Skanda and the moon god along with the sage Brihaspati, the well known seven sages as well as Sage Narada guard you on all sides.
vrm.2.91 Those most excellent kings among Gandharvas, Narada, Tumburu and Gopa whose radiance is like that of the sun, began to sing in front of Bharata.
vrm.7.20 AS the lord of Rakshasas was ranging the earth frightening everyone, Narada foremost of ascetics, came to that wood mounted on a cloud.
vrm.7.20 And that Devarshi the exceedingly energetic Narada of immeasurable splendour, seated on the back of the cloud, addressed Ravana, who was stationed in Pushpaka, saying, O lord of Rakshasas, O placid one, O son of Visrava, stay.
vrm.7.20 Thus addressed Lanka s lord, flaming in native energy, addressed Narada, laughing and saluting him, O thou that delightest in the sport of Devas and Gandharvas, and that takest pleasure in warfare, I am ready to go to the nethermost regions for the purpose of conquest.
vrm.7.20 Then the reverend sage Narada spoke Unto the Ten necked one, Who save thee can forsooth go on that journey ?Verily, O irrepressible one, O destroyer of foes, the way leading to the city of the lord of the dead is dificult of access.
vrm.7.20 And the exceedingly energetic Narada best of Brahmans resembling a smokeless fire, remaining rapt for a while, began to reflect; How can Ravana conquer Time who, when its life waneth, righteously visiteth with affliction the time, sphere with Indra, fraught with mobile and immobile.
vrm.7.21 And seeing the Maharshi Narada arrive there, Yama offering him Arghya according to the ordinance, addressed him saying, when he was seated at his ease: O Devarshi, is it well with thee ?And doth virtue deteriorate.
vrm.7.21 And, why, O thou honored of Devas, and Gandharvas, dost thou come Thereat the reverened sage, Narada, said ;Hearken.
vrm.7.22 And with a delighted heart Vaivasvata along with the Devas led by Brahma as well as that mighty ascetic Narada, went to the celestial regions.
vrm.7.41 Rama having said this Agastya said: "O Rama, I shall relate to thee everything in short of what I had heard from Narada when he came to my hermitage.
vrm.7.45 O thou having long arms !O thou of many glories !O thou invincible I Narada recounted this story unto me on the summit of the mountain chief Meru.
vrm.7.45 Hearing this,O thou having long arms, the Rishis, and the Devas with delighted hearts, said to the ascetic Narada "He who shall reverentially listen to this story every day, shall be blessed with sons and grandsons and be honored in the region of the Devas.
vrm.7.46 O king of earth, having thus traversed the whole world, the Dasagriva saw the saint Narada returning to his own region from Brahmaloka.
vrm.7.46 Ravana, with a delighted heart, neared him and addressed the celestial saint Narada with folded palms, saying "O thou gifted with six sorts of wealth, thou hast seen many a time all creations from Brahma down to an insect.
vrm.7.46 Whereto, thinking for a moment, the celestial saint Narada replied "O king, there is an insular continent near the milky ocean.
vrm.7.46 Hearing the words of Narada, the Dasagriva was worked up with surprise and meditating for some time said "I shall enter into conflict with him.
vrm.7.46 Thereupon inviting Narada he proceeded to Swetadwipa.
vrm.7.46 Thinking for a long time and being curious to witness that wondrous encounter, Narada speedily went there.
vrm.7.46 After Narada had reached there, the illustrious Dasanana went to that insular continent beyond even the reach of the Devas.
vrm.7.46 Beholding him thus distressed the highly effulgent Narada chered in joy and surprise.
vrm.7.46 Hearing this from the Rishi Sanatkumara, the long lived Narada described this unto me.
vrm.7.64 Having imprecated a dreadful curse upon me the jolly saint Narada and the ascetic Parvata have speedily, like the wind, repaired to the region of Brahma.
vrm.7.87 Markandeya, Maudgalya, Vamadeva, Kashyapa, Katyayana, Javali, Gautama, and Narada these eight leading Brahmanas having taken their seats, Rama with folded hands, saluted them.
vrm.7.87 Hearing those words of the poorly king, Narada, in the presence of all other Rishis, replied "Hear, king, why this boy hath met with untimely death.
vrm.7.88 Hearing the sweet words of the celestial saint Narada Rama was greatly delighted and addressing Lakshmana said "O gentle one, do thou console that foremost of twice born ones and place the dead body of the boy in a jar full of oil.
vrm.7.107 The citizens and villagers speaking thus with one another Kusa and Lava chanted Twenty sections beginning from the first, pointed out by Narada.
vrm.7.109 Next morning Rama, being present in the sacrificial ground and having sent for the Rishis, Vasishta, Vamadeva Javali, Kashyapa, Viswamitra, carrying on penances for a long time, Durvasa, Pulastya of hard austerities, Salastri, Bhargava, Markandeya living long, the highly illustrious Madgalya, Gargya, Chyavana, Satananda, conversent with religions, effulgent Varadwaya, Agnis son Vasuprava, Narada, Parvata, the great Gautama and other ascetics of firm vows, assembled with minds possessed by curiosity.

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