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vrm.1.16 Later when the Omnipresent Narayana is thus nominated by best Devas, and though he knows the outcome, he gently spoke these words to Devas in this way.
vrm.1.27 b, a "Oh, Raghu s scion, I will also give two projectile bolts, one called shushka, The Drier and the other aardra, The Drencher, and even the missiles of Pinaka and that of Narayana, the missiles of god Shiva and Narayana, I will give.
vrm.2.6 After Vasistha left, Rama took bath and meditated on Lord Narayana with undistracted mind along with his wide eyed wife, Seetha.
vrm.2.6 Rama ate the remainder of clarified butter after finishing the sacrifice, which he performed for his own good, silently meditated on Lord Narayana with controlled mind and slept along with Seetha on a properly laid bed of Kusa grass in a splendid temple of Lord Vishnu.
vrm.4.67 and utterly astounded, and as with the people who have enthusiastically seen Narayana when He maximised His physique to tread the triad of worlds in His Trivikrama incarnation, these Vanaras too are looking at Hanuma who is now maximising his body.
vrm.6.61 Seeing that paramount Rakshasa, whose appearance was in the form of a mountain and looking like Lord Narayana taking strides across space, Rama became vigilant.
vrm.6.65 Adorned with all ornaments to all his limbs and with a spike in his hand, that Rakshasa shone like Narayana, enthusiastic to take the three long strides.
vrm.6.117 "You are the Lord Narayana himself the glorious god, who wields the discus.
vrm.6.128 He is the powerful Hari Narayana.
vrm.7.6 Do ye seek the shelter of him who holdcth the discus and mace in his hands, and who is clad in a yellow attire, of Janardana, Hari, even of the auspicious Narayana.
vrm.7.6 Having received this counsel of Hara, they, rendering reverence unto that enemy of Kama, came to the abode of Narayana and communicated everything unto him.
vrm.7.6 Then Narayana spoke unto the Devas with Indra at their head, I will slay those foes of the Devas.
vrm.7.6 And Namuchi and Kalanemi, and that foremost of heroes, Sanhrada and Radheya, and Vahumayi, and the virtuous Lokapala, and Yamala, and Arjuna, and Hardikya, and Sumbha and Nisumbhaka, Asuras and Danavas endowed with strength and possessed of terrific prowess all these, who, having come to the field, had never been heard of as worsted, who had performed hundreds of sacrifices, who had been well skilled in illusion, who had been versed in every branch of knowledge, and who were the terrors of their foes have by hundreds and by thousands been destroyed by Narayana.
vrm.7.6 It is a sore task to defeat Narayana, who wisheth to slay us.
vrm.7.6 Even Narayana and Rudra, Sakra and Yama, ever fear to stay before us in the field.
vrm.7.6 And the lord Narayana, hearing of the preparations of the Rakshasas from a celestial messenger, set his heat on fight.
vrm.7.7 And as clouds assail a mountain with showers, then the Rakshasas, representing clouds, setting up shouts, began to assail Narayana representing a mountain.
vrm.7.7 And in that conflict, pierced by the arrows discharged from Narayana s arm, the Rakshasas began to drop to the ground like mountains struck with the thunder bolt.
vrm.7.7 And like fierce rays streaming about from the sun, like torrents dashing from the ocean, like elephants coming adown a mountain, or like showers descend ing from clouds, the shafts shot by Narayana pursue the foes by hundreds and by thousands.
vrm.7.7 And agitated by the arrows of Narayana, with their senses bewildered by the blares of the conch, the broken Rakshasa forces made for Lanka.
vrm.7.7 And on the Rakshasa army having been broken in consequence of the beating it got at the hands of Narayana, Sumali with showers of shafts resisted Hari in the encounter; and as a mist envelopes the Sun, he envoloped him with his arrows.
vrm.7.7 And as the thunder bolt with lightningriveth a mightymass of clouds, Narayana by moans of the thunder bolts of his arrows discharged from his bow, rived the night rangers with their hair dishevelled and streaming in the wind.
vrm.7.8 And with his eyes reddened, that night ranger waxing wroth, shaking his head, addressed that prime of male persons Padmanabha, saying, O Narayana, thou at ignorant of the time honored morality of Kshatriyas ;and therefore like a base wight thou slayest us, desisting from fight and exercised with fear.
vrm.7.8 No other than the god Narayana, holding the conch, the discus and the mace, could slay those Rakshasas foes to the Devas and thorns in the side of the deities.
vrm.7.8 And thou at that eternal god the four armed Narayana, the lord undetei orating and unconquerable, sprung to exterminate Rakshasas.
vrm.7.17 Then wishing to realize my father s wish touching Narayana, I have fixed my heat even upon him.
vrm.7.17 Narayana is my husband, and not any one else than that best of male beings; and desirous of having Narayana I have adopted severe restraints.
vrm.7.17 Save and except thee alone, who, that is intellegent, crieth down Narayana, O King of Rakshasas.
vrm.7.24 Hearing the words of Ravana Bali said "He is the lord Hari Narayana the protector of the three worlds.
vrm.7.32 Thou art the graceful, ever existing Narayana, having a lotus navel.
vrm.7.43 The learned duly, in their sacrifices, worship that Hari, respected of people and drinking nectar, who is the lord of the universe, whose origin we do not know, who is daily worshipped by the Devas and Asuras, who is highly powerful Narayana from whose navel has spumg Brahma, the creator of the world, and who has created the Universe consisting of mobile and immobile beings.
vrm.7.44 Wearing a yellow raiment like unto the filaments of lotus, Narayana, resembling dark blue lotus in colour, is resplendant like unto clouds in the welkin accompanied by lightning.
vrm.7.44 At the end of the golden age and the beginning of Treta Yuga the deity Narayana shall assume a human form for the benefit of men and Devas.
vrm.7.44 In this wise the lord Narayana shall appear in a human form.
vrm.7.44 Ravana, I have thus related to you everything about the Narayana, the great Brahman, eternal and incomprehensible.
vrm.7.46 Hearing the words of Ravana, the celestial saint said "O lord of Rakshasas, the inhabitants of Swetadwipa are perpetually devoted unto Narayana with whole mindedness and earnestly worship Him.
vrm.7.46 Having rendered their lives and souls unto Narayana, they have been blessed with their abode in Swetadwipa.
vrm.7.46 Thou art Narayana, holing discus, conch and club ;thou hast in thy hands the lotus, thunder bolt and other weapons; thou art worshipped of all Devas ;thou art graced with the mystic mark Srivatsa,.
vrm.7.46 Dost thou not recognise thyself as Narayana ?O great one, do not forget thyself; do thou recollect thy real self.
vrm.7.63 Immediately befere the advent of the Kali Yuga the Rishi Nara Narayana gifted with great prowess shall descend upon earth to relieve her of the burden, "Having thus imprecated the curse upon the king the Rishis became silent.
vrm.7.72 But thou art thyself the omnipresent deity, Narayana.
vrm.7.72 At that time only Narayana existed as the second Sumeru.
vrm.7.72 In Narayana s belly was stationed the earth with Lakshmi.
vrm.7.72 At that time from the ears of Narayana originated two valiant and dreadful demons under the name of Madhu and Kaitabha.
vrm.7.72 Awakened by that sound, Narayana engaged in fighting with Madhu and Kaitabha, and slew them with his discus.
vrm.7.89 Thou art the graceful Narayana.

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