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


vrm.5.54 Leaving the house of Vibhishana, Hanuma of great splendour, went successively to the houses of Rashmiketu, Surya shatru, Hrasvakarna, Damshtra, Romasha the Rakshasa, Yuddhonmatta, Matta, Dhvajagreeva the Rakshasa, the terrific Vidyujjihva, Hastimukha, Karala, Pishacha, Shonitaksha, Kumbhakarna, Makaraksha, Yajnashatru, Brahmashatru, Narantaka, Kumbha as also the evil minded Nikumbha and burnt the houses.
vrm.6.14 Even Devantaka or Narantaka or Atikaya or Atiratha of gigantic proportions, or Akampana who is mighty as an ocean are not capable to withstand against Rama in battle.
vrm.6.57 Narantaka, Kumbhahanu, Mahanada and Samunnata, attendants of Prahasta sallied forth, surrounding him on all sides.
vrm.6.58 Narantaka Kumbhahanu, Mahanada and Samunnata all these companions of Prahasta killed the Vanaras.
vrm.6.58 Dvivida, with a mountain peak, struck down Narantaka, the one among them who was rushing upon quickly and killing the Vanaras.
vrm.6.59 He who, mounted in a chariot, adorned with flags, gleaming like a glowing blazer, who is furnished with bows swords and a multitude of arrows, he is Narantaka who shines brightly over there and who, in combat, fights with mountain tops.
vrm.6.68 Hearing that his paternal uncle was killed Devantaka, Narantaka, Trishira and Atikaya were afflicted with sorrow and wept.
vrm.6.69 Hearing the words of Trishira, Devantaka, Narantaka and the energetic Atikaya were rejoiced of war.
vrm.6.69 Trishira, Atikaya, Devantaka, Narantaka, Mahodara and Mahaparshva, under the clout of destiny set out for the battle.
vrm.6.69 Narantaka mounted a white gigantic Horse, similar to Uchaisravas, adorned with gold ornaments and as swift as thought.
vrm.6.69 Narantaka, holding a javelin, which was resplendent like a meteor, appeared shining, like Guha the offspring of shiva holding a spear and riding a beautiful peacock.
vrm.6.69 Meanwhile, mounting on a Horse having speed equal to the wind, and taking a barbed javelin, Narantaka entered the terrific army of Vanaras, as a fish entering the ocean.
vrm.6.69 That valiant and mighty Narantaka, the enemy of Indra, single handedly within an instant, rent asunder seven hundred Vanaras with that shining javelin and killed that army of the foremost of Vanaras.
vrm.6.69 Vidyadharas, the super natural beings and great sages, saw the mighty Narantaka, seated on the back of a Horse and hacking a path way for himself through the army of Vanaras.
vrm.6.69 Whenever the foremost of the Vanaras thought of showing their valour, so often Narantaka overtook and cleaved them.
vrm.6.69 That mighty Narantaka, the destroyer of men, roamed in all directions in the battle field, holding up his shiny javelin, ravaging in all directions like the wind ravaging the earth in a rainy season.
vrm.6.69 Narantaka, a single Rakshasa, equal to so many Rakshasas, struck the armies of mokeys with his javelin, having the suns splendour and they fell down on the earth.
vrm.6.69 Narantaka, a single Rakshasa, equal to so many Rakshasas, struck the armies of mokeys with his javelin, having the suns splendour and they fell down on the earth.
vrm.6.69 That Sugreeva, while looking on, saw the army of Vanaras running away hither and thither, as they were tormented of the fear of Narantaka.
vrm.6.69 To that Sugreeva who was seeing his army running away, Narantaka appeared, coming seated on the back of a Horse, holding a javelin in his hand.
vrm.6.69 After seeing Narantaka, the vastly splendoured Sugreeva, the king of Vanaras spoke thus, to Angada, the valiant prince, having a prowess equal to Indras as follows: Go out and quickly detach the lives of this valiant Rakshasa, who is riding a Horse and consuming the army of his enemies.
vrm.6.69 Angada the son of Vali, bereft of arms but only nails and teeth besides having a great splendour, approached Narantaka and spoke the following words: Stop! What can you do with these common Vanaras? Throw your javelin, having the sensation equal to a thunderbolt, towards my chest.
vrm.6.69 Hearing the words of Angada, Narantaka was very much enraged.
vrm.6.69 The enraged Narantaka, tightly biting his lip with his teeth, hissing like a serpent, approaching Angada and firmly holding that highly radiant javelin, then quickly released it towards Angada.
vrm.6.69 Seeing his Horse fallen down dead, Narantaka was enraged.
vrm.6.69 Raising his fist, that exceedingly powerful Narantaka in battle struck Angada on his head.
vrm.6.69 Thereupon, the great souled Angada, the son of Vali, clinching his fist and then with a force equal to death, rushed it against the chest of Narantaka.
vrm.6.69 Having his chest deeply sunk back by that fist blow, giving out flames and with his limbs smeared by blood, that Narantaka fell down as a mountain is broken up by the fall of a thundr bolt.
vrm.6.69 When that Narantaka of great prowess was killed by Angada in battle, the chiefs of Devas and the Vanaras too then emitted a great roar of triumph in the sky.
vrm.6.70 Seeing Narantaka dying, Devantaka, Trishira and Mahodara the son of Pulastya the foremost of Rakshasas, wept.
vrm.6.109 "For that which, because of arrogance, neither Prahasta nor Indrajit and others, nor Kumbhakarna nor Atiratha nor Narantaka nor you yourself has agreed to my counsel, the consequence of it has come now.
vrm.6.123 Virupaksha, who was disagreeable to the sight, Mahaparshva, Mahodara, Akampana, Trishiras, Atikaya Devantaka, Narantaka and other mighty Rakshasas were also killed here.
vrm.7.1 By good luck it is, O Rama, that those highly powerful night rangers, Trisiras and Atikaya and Devantaka and Narantaka, have been slain by thee.
vrm.7.1 Hearing the speech of the ascetics of sacred souls, Rama, coming under the influence of a mighty wonder, said with joined hands, "Ye worshipful ones wherefore, passing by those exceedingly powerful ones Kumbhakarna and the night ranger, Ravana do ye praise Ravana s son ?Wherefore, passing by Mahodara, and Prahasta, and the Rakshasa Virupaksha and Matta, and Unmatta, and the irrepressible Devantaka and Narantaka redoubtable heroes all do ye extoll Ravana s son ?And wherefore, passing by Atikaya and Trisiras and Dhumraksha, that night ranger all endowed with exceeding prowess, do ye extoll Ravana s son ?What was his prowess ?And what his strength ?And what his might ?And by virtue of what cause did he surpass Ravana ?If I can well hear the same, do ye tell it me.
vrm.7.32 And encircled by Maricha, Prahasta, Mahaparshva, Mahodara, Akampana, Nikumbha, Suka, Sarana, Sanghrada, Dhumaketu, Mahadangstra, Gathodara, Jambumali, Mahahrada, Virupaksha, Suptaghna, Yajnakopa, Durmukha, Khara, Trisira, Karaveeraksha, Suryashatru Mahakaya, Atikaya, Devantaka, Narantaka, all those gifted with great prowess, there entered the battle field, the highly powerful Sumalin, Ravana s maternal grandfather.

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