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


vrm.5.2 Hanuma saw the city of Lanka equal to peak of Kailasa as though touching the sky, as though flying to reach the sky, with its best mansions, filled with horrible rakshasas and serpants like the city of Bhogavati, one which was unfathomable, a well arranged and a clear city governed by Kubera in earlier times, protected by courageous, Nagas ashivishas: who use poison as weapon, Rakshasas and Guhas with sharp teethed weapons, with spikes and Patticas spears in their hands.
vrm.5.4 Hanuma saw many people, who had great might, who carried javelins and trees as weapons, those who carried Patticas and thunderbolts, those who carried in their hands sling and nooses, those who carried flowered garlands, wearing sandal paste and decorated with best jewellery, those who had various kinds of appearances roaming freely at will, those who carried sharp spikes and thunderbolts.
vrm.7.23 And the Danavas and Rakshasas growing enraged fell to raving each other with darts and tridents, Kulicas and axes and Patticas.
vrm.7.23 And stationed above, he showered on them variegated maces, Vallas cresent shapped arrow, Patticas, Saktis and huge Sataghnis.
vrm.7.28 And with darts, Saktis, Rishtis and Patticas he again and again assailed that highly effulgent person, having long arms, a dreadful appearance, huge teeth, a grim figure, a conch like neck, spacious breast, a belly like that of a frog, a countenance like that of a lion, legs like the mount Kailasa, red palms, red hands, emitting dreadful roars, huge bodied, gifted with the velocity of mind and air, dreadful, carrying quiver, bells and chowries, encircl ed by a burning flame and emitting a sweet note as a network of Kinkini does, having a garland of golden lotuses hung round his neek, appearing graceful like unto the Rigveda, be decked with lotus garlands, resembling the Anjana and golden mountains.

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