Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 30 Aug 2011 09:54 and updated at 30 Aug 2011 09:54


vrm.2.1 That Prince Rama, with these good virtues, was fair to the people.
vrm.2.36 "Oh, Sumantra! Let a military body consisting of all the four limbs of the arms, filled with the best of its kind, be arranged immediately" "Let courtesans well versed in speaking and merchants with great riches having exposure for extension of sales bestow elegance to the forces of the Prince" Appoint in this contingent those too, by giving abundant money to them who were dependent on Rama and on whom he took delight in gallantry"
vrm.2.52 When you embrace Bharata and install him in the office of the Prince Regent, the agony caused by the repentance felt by you on our account will not overpower you.
vrm.2.53 Give for protection my mother to Bharata, oh virtuous Prince! In some other past birth, women must have been deprived of their sons by my mother Kausalya, oh, Lakshmana! For that reason this has arisen certainly.
vrm.2.58 The mighty armed Bharata the son of Ikshvaku race, is to be told as follows: Being installed in the office of Prince Regent, attend to your father who still stays in the throne.
vrm.2.63 "O, Kausalya! You were unmarried till then and I was the Prince Regent.
vrm.2.79 Hearing Prince Bharata, talking in consideration of Ramas cause, all the people replied in the following illustrious and excellent words:
vrm.2.100 "O, Prince! Do you, regally adorned, appear before the people on rising each morning, on the great high way?" "I hope that all your servants, in your presence, do not adopt a disrespectful attitude or on the other hand all of them do not hasten away on seeing you.
vrm.2.101 "O, Prince! For that reason, accept the throne that is befitting endowed to you as per succession and that is yours by right fulfill, as your should, the desires of your friends.
vrm.3.47 "In the thirteenth year the lordly king Dasharatha deliberated together with his imperial ministers to anoint Rama as Crown Prince of Ayodhya.
vrm.4.15 "Be graceful and it behove you to listen to my small but expedient talk, and following up rancour alone is unbecoming of you, thereby your confrontation with the Prince of Kosala will be unpardonable for his dynamism equals that of Indra.
vrm.4.45 Tara, Prince regent Angada, and others.
vrm.6.59 O Prince! That hero who has a face with a coppery hue resembling a newly rising sun, coming on the back of an Elephant causing its head to sway, know him to be Akampana.
vrm.6.60 "O, Prince! There is no threat whatsoever at anytime for us from Devas but a mere man is driving us back by a tumultuous tremor.
vrm.6.60 "O, Prince! It is not indeed the Daityas or Danavas who have put us in such a peril as it comes to us from a man.
vrm.6.60 "Already, a single Vanara set fire to our great city of slew the youthful Prince Aksha with his escort of Elephants and retinue.
vrm.6.83 Were you not bound by that announcement made by our father regarding your installation as the Prince Regent?
vrm.6.92 "O destroyer of enemies! Where did you go leaving the rank of Prince Regent as also Lanka, the Rakshasas, your mother and myself, your wives and all of us.
vrm.6.128 Installed in the office of Prince Regent, bear like me, the burden of sovereignty, which was borne by our forefathers.
vrm.6.128 When Lakshmana did not give his consent, even though being repeatedly entreated in all ways, nay even being appointed to the office of Prince Regent, the great souled Rama thereupon consecrated Bharata.
vrm.7.39 Thereat, Tara, her father Sushena and the Prince Sugriva said to the king ofRakshasas O lord of Rakshasas, he is not present here, who shall be able to withstand thee.

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