Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 30 Aug 2011 09:32 and updated at 30 Aug 2011 09:32


vrm.7.28 Beholding that Rakshasa fallen he said the following words "Rise up, O foremost of Rakshasas, thou shalt not meet with death today ;thou shalt live and be protected, O Rakshasa, by the great Patriarch s boon.
vrm.7.28 Being thus accosted by the vicious souled Ravana, the deity, smiling, replied in words deep as the muttering of clouds, saying What shalt thou do with me O Dasagriva ?Thou art not to be slain by me now" Being thus addressed the Dasagriva, with folded palms said By the words of the Patriarch Brahma I shall not tread the path of death; there is none born amongst men,or the Devas who can equal me, and disregard; by virtue of his prowess, the great Patriarch s boon.
vrm.7.35 Having obtained Ravana encircled by his sons and brothers the Patriarch, stationed in the welkin, calmly said "My son, Ravana, I have been pleased with thy son in the conflict.
vrm.7.40 Thereupon the afflicted Devas, Gandharvas, Asuras and men repaired to the Patriarch Brahma with a view to bring about the well being of created beings.
vrm.7.40 Heaing those words of the created beings, their lord the Patriarch Brahma again said "Hear, why the Vayu, being enraged, has obstructed the course of all beings.
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.7.41 No sooner the Patriarch Brahma, with his hands, wiped them of into the ground than a Vanara originated from those tears.
vrm.7.41 Having said this to Patriarch that Vanara immediately went to a forest abounding in fruits and flowers.
vrm.7.42 And having entered there with the velocity of the wind, he, at the com mand of the Patriarch, crowned the leading Vanara Riksharaja as king.
vrm.7.43 O Rama, in the golden age, having bowed unto the Patriarch s son, the truthful Rishi Sanatkumara, highly effulgent, resplandent like unto the sun, ning in his native brilliance and seated at his own place, Ravana, the lord of Rakshasas, said "Who is now amongst all the Devas brave and powerful, by whose help the Devas can vanquish their enemies and whom the twice born ones daily worship and the devotees meditate upon, thou having piety for wealth, O thou gifted vith six sorts of wealth, do thou describe this to me kindly.
vrm.7.45 The highly effulgent and illustrious Agastya,sprung from a vessel, again addressed the humble Rama as the great Patriarch sprung from lotus spoke unto the Great Deity.
vrm.7.46 The Patriarch Brahma said that thou art subtler than the subtle.
vrm.7.47 In prowess thou art like Vishnu,in beauty thou art like two Aswins, in intellect thou art like Brihaspati and in the capacity of governing thou art like the Patriarch Brahma.
vrm.7.66 Thereupon being thus deprived of his body the highly effulgent and great ascetic Vasishta went to the Patriarch Brahma with the object of acquiring from him another.
vrm.7.66 The Patriarch Brahma having said this, Vasishta, saluting and circumambulating him, repaired to the region of Varuna.
vrm.7.66 Hearing those sweet words of the Patriarch Varuna, Urvasi was highly pleased and said "Do what thou hast said.
vrm.7.72 In glory thou art like Himalaya, in gravity like the ocean, in prowess like the Patriarch, in patience like the earth, and in velocity like the Wind.
vrm.7.72 Beholding the Patriarch, thers they were greatly enraged, and pursued him.
vrm.7.82 What more, being disturbed, the Devas, Asuras, Gandharvas, saints and Apsaras and all other creatures of the world approached the Great Patriarch, the conferrer of boons and said: "The fear of the Devas and the destruction of the creatures hath arrived.
vrm.7.82 Hearing those words the Patriarch Brahma replied "Although it is a source of great fear still it is not dreadful unto the Devas.
vrm.7.82 Hearing the words of the Patriarch Brahma, the Devas arrived at the battle field of Satrughna and Lavana and saw that the arrow, held by Satrughna s hands, was burning like the fire of dissolution.
vrm.7.89 Thereupon the Patriarch Brahma sent for Indra and other Devas and said "Do ye all give a portion of your respective energies.
vrm.7.111 Hearing the words of the great Patriarch instinct with well being, the highly effulgent Rama said to Valmiki: O illustrious sir, the Rishis living in Brahmas region have grown desirous of hearing my future history.
vrm.7.117 O thou of great strength, the great Patriarch has sent me to thee.
vrm.7.117 O Hero, the Patriarch sent this intelligence unto thee.
vrm.7.117 Hearing those unequalled words of the Patriarch from the mouth of Kala, the destroyer of all, Rama smiling said: I have been greatly pleased and happy for thy coming here, O my son.
vrm.7.117 The Great Patriarch has said the truth.
vrm.7.123 Thereupon the Patriarch gave vent to the following accents from tho welkin "Come O Vishnu ;may good betide thee ;by our good fortune thou art coming here; O Raghava hear O thou having mighty arms, do thou enter here with thy brothers, resembling the Devas in billiance in whatever form thou likest either in that of the sky or in thy own vishnu form.
vrm.7.123 Hearing the words of the Patriarch and determining everything the high minded Rama entered there bodily with his brothers in his Vishnu form.
vrm.7.123 Thereupon the highly effulgent Vishnu said to the Patriarch Brahma: "It behoveth thee, O thou of good vows, to allot to those people their proper regions.

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