Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 30 Aug 2011 10:10 and updated at 30 Aug 2011 10:10


vrm.2.4 "Oh, Rama! Astrologers are informing me that fearful planets like Sun, Mars and Rahu are encroaching my birth star.
vrm.2.42 Turning again and again towards the track of the chariot, the countenance of the king in grief lost its radiance like sun losing its radiance when swallowed by Rahu.
vrm.2.63 Due to banishing of Rama and Lakshmana, a great calamity befell on Dasaratha who was equal in strength to Indra like sun seized by obscurity, which is attributed to Rahu.
vrm.2.114 Ayodhya looked like the planet Rohini, the beloved consort of the Moon god, tormented by Planet Rahu in the ascendant though ordinarily invested with an exceedingly bright splendour by virtue of her glory.
vrm.3.14 Then while proceeding to Panchavati that Rahu s descendent came across a mammoth eagle with marvellous might in midway.
vrm.3.23 A spherical object like that of a human trunk is revealed near at the sun, while the sun is rendered shineless as though Rahu, the great eclipsing planet, has eclipsed him inopportunely, and the wind too whirled frantically.
vrm.3.27 On seeing at those deserters Khara is piqued and quickly brought them back to his control, and then as with the scampering of eclipsing planet Rahu towards moon during lunar eclipse, he scurried towards Rama alone.
vrm.3.36 "Then on the diversion of those two, Rama and Lakshmana, I will comfortably and unimpededly abduct Seetha in that lonely place, as planet Rahu abducts the shine of moon.
vrm.3.63 That visage with such lips is crowned with a hairdo with hair lumped together and plaited, such as her visage is, it must have become unshiny on her going into the repression of Rakshasa, as with an unshiny moon when repressed in the mouth of eclipsing planet Rahu, it is definite.
vrm.4.22 Thus, that way when Vali spoke to Sugreeva with brotherly kind heartedness, Sugreeva again waned away forgoing his spiritedness, like the lord of stars, namely the Moon, when eaten away by the planet, namely Rahu, during lunar eclipse.
vrm.5.1 Seeing that Vanara being released from her mouth like the moon from the mouth of Rahu, goddess Surasa spoke these words assuming her normal form.
vrm.5.1 Siddhas and Charanas saw Hanuma sinking in her mouth, like the full moon on a full moon day being swallowed by Rahu.
vrm.5.19 Seetha was like an altar desecrated, like a tongue of fire gone out, like a full moon night with moon devoured by Rahu.
vrm.5.29 Moreover, having the lips resembling Bimba fruit, having beautiful eyes and eyebrows, whose eye lids are curved, having charming white teeth, her face shone like the moon liberated from the mouth of Rahu.
vrm.5.35 The countenance of that large eyed Seetha, who is beautiful, whose eyes are red white and long is shining like a moon, the king of stars liberated from Rahu the Rakshasa.
vrm.5.36 The countenance of that large eyed Seetha, which appeared charming with red and white eyes shone like a moon the king of stars liberated by Rahu the Rakshasa.
vrm.6.67 Widely opening his mouth like the mouth of a submarine fire and roaring, Kumbhakarna whose arms and feet were cut off, ran with thighs quickly towards Rama, like Rahu the seizer Asura going to seize the moon in the sky.
vrm.6.67 Having destroyed Kumbhakarna in battle, that Rama shone in the midst of the army of Vanaras, in the same way as the sun shines in the midst of the celestial world, having destroyed darkness, duly getting delivered from the mouth of Rahu.
vrm.6.71 That warrior of Rakshasas, the eminent of charioteers, making the battle front to shine, is coming in a chariot with the splendour of the sun, with arrows having gleams of sun beams, shining in ten directions and embellishing brilliance by an emblem of Rahu installed on the point of his standard.
vrm.6.99 That Ravana, coming within the range of arrow shots of Rama and Lakshmana, resembled Rahu, standing in the vicinity of the moon and the sun.
vrm.6.102 Then, occupying another chariot, Ravana the king of Rakshasas rushed towards Rama, even as Rahu the seizer Rakshasa rushes towards the sun.
vrm.6.102 Seeing the Moon in the shape of Rama eclipsed by Rahu in the shape of Ravana, the Vanara chiefs too, along with Vibhishana, felt perturbed.
vrm.6.102 Seeing thus the moon in the shape of Rama eclipsed by the Planet Rahu in the shape of Ravana, the Planet Mercury stood, assailing the constellation Rohini presided over by Prajapati, the beloved of the Moon the heavenly body and spelling disaster to all created beings.
vrm.7.7 And that head of the lord of Rakshasas, terrific to behold, on being cut of by Vishnu, vomitting blood, fell down before the Rakshasas, as formerly Rahu s head had fallen.
vrm.7.40 At the every day when Hanuman sprang up to hold the sun, Rahu too essayed to possess him.
vrm.7.40 Having reached the top of the sun s car Hanuman touched Rahu; so he, the represser of the moon s rays, accordingly went back on beholding the sun thus possessed.
vrm.7.40 And repairing to the house of Indra, Sinhika s son, in wrath and with frowns, said to him encircled by the Devas "O Vasava !O slayer of Bala and Vritra to remove my hunger thou didst give me both the sun and moon; why thou hast then given them to another ?On account of the Parva I came to devour the sun but another Rahu came and possessed him.
vrm.7.40 Hearing the words of Rahu, the King of the Devas, wearing a golden garland, having his understanding bewildered, proceeded, on the back of his elephant chief Airavat, huge like the summit of the Kailasa hill, with temporal juice always trickling, having four tusks, roaring, and adorned with golden bells, towards Hanuman and the sun with Rahu before him.
vrm.7.40 Having left behind Indra, Rahu quickly went there but led away on beholding the huge bodied Hanuman resembling a mountain summit.
vrm.7.40 Thereupon leaving aside the sun and being desirous of holding Rahu, the son of Sinhika considering him as a fruit, Hanuman again sprang up into the sky.
vrm.7.40 Beholding Hanuman approach renouncing the sun, Rahu with his countenance only visible, desisted and went back.
vrm.7.40 And considering Indra as the saviour he again and again cried aloud Indra"! Indra!!" Understanding everything by the piteous accents of Rahu Indra said, "No fear, I shall soon slay him.
vrm.7.40 Hearing the words of Rahu, Indra, the king of the Devas, hath belaboured the Vayu s son.
vrm.7.54 Having entered there they saw that Rama s countenance was shorn of beauty like unto the moon possessed by Rahu, the setting sun and the withered lotus and his eyes were full of tears.
vrm.7.119 Therupon beholding Rama with his head downwards and poorly like unto the moon possessed by Rahu Lakshmana, delightedly and with sweet words, said "Be not aggrieved for me, O thou having mighty arms.

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