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vrm.1.1 b, "While Rama is living there in Dandaka forest, a guise changing Rakshasi named Shuurpanakha, who is a resident of Janasthana, a place in Dandaka forest, is disfigured.
vrm.1.3 also the palaver of Surpanakha, the Rakshasi, and defacing her, likewise.
vrm.1.3 Hanuma s killing the Rakshasi Surasa, and his seeing of Simhika, a rapacious creature of gigantic origin, which captures its prey by the shadow, and Hanuma s killing that Simhika, and his seeing the mountain of Lanka, called Mountain Trikuta, on which the state of Lanka is built, Valmiki described them all.
vrm.1.3 Presenting his credential, the ring of Rama, to Seetha and his talk with Seetha, and also his witnessing the Rakshasi s scaring Seetha to oblige Ravana, and his witnessing Rakshasi Trijata narrating her bad dream, are all narrated in the epic.
vrm.1.3 Seetha s giving her bejeweled hairslide to be shown to Rama, Hanuma s uprooting of the trees of that beautiful Ashoka gardens, thereby the Rakshasi s fleeing in scare, his killing the guards of that garden.
vrm.1.24 b, a "Indeed, none is able to enter this sort of province, Rama, destroyed by the hazardous and invincible unearthly being who turned into a Rakshasi, namely Tataka, hence you have to make the provinces habitable.
vrm.1.26 On hearing the words of that unfaltering sage about Rakshasi Tataka, Raghava, best man s son who is firm in his vows, reverently adjoining his palms replied the sage.
vrm.1.26 Raghava on seeing that monstrous looking Rakshasi with a distorted face and who by proportions is very gigantic, furthermore infuriated, spoke to Lakshmana.
vrm.3.17 At one time when Rama is sitting in hermitage and heartily absorbed in telling narratives some Rakshasi arrived at that place, fortuitously.
vrm.3.17 He whose face is radiant, arms lengthy, eyes large like lotus petals, stride like that of an Elephant, wearing bunches of hair tufts, delicate yet greatly vigorous, possessor of all kingly aspects, complexion deep blue like blue lotus, similar to Kamadeva in brilliance and in simile to Indra, the Rakshasi has seen such a Rama and became lovesick.
vrm.3.17 She that Rakshasi who is facially unpleasant one with that pleasant faced one, pot bellied one with the slim waisted one, wry eyed one with the broad eyed one, coppery haired one with the neatly tressed one, ugly featured one with the charming featured one, brassy voiced one with the gentle voiced one, deplorably oldish one with the youngish one, crooked talker with the pleasant talker, ill mannered one with the well mannered one, uncouth one with couth, abominable one with amiable Rama spoke, besieged by Kamadeva.
vrm.3.17 b, a "You are an ascetic yet with a wife, handling bow and arrows yet in the appearance of a sage what for you have come to this province frequented by Rakshasas it will be apt of you to tell the purpose of your coming here, in actuality b, Thus asked by Rakshasi Shuurpanakha that enemy scorcher Rama started to inform all about it, straightforwardly.
vrm.3.17 Whose wife are you? What is your name? Or, whose daughter are you? By the way, you are with a most enthralling personality, and then you must be a Rakshasi.
vrm.3.17 On hearing the words of Rama she that Rakshasi wetted with love said these words.
vrm.3.17 "I will tell you truth, Rama, nothing but truth, I am a guise changing Rakshasi named Shuurpanakha, and I will be freely moving in this forest in a solitary manner and unnerving all.
vrm.3.18 "You woo him, oh, board eyed bulged eyed one, this brother of mine as your husband like sunshine seeking the Mountain Meru, then oh, great waisted pot bellied one, you will be without a co wife" So said Rama to that Rakshasi.
vrm.3.18 When Rama clearly told that way to that Rakshasi dazed in lust, discarding Rama quickly then she spoke to Lakshmana.
vrm.3.18 Thus said by the Rakshasi that meaningful sentence maker Lakshmana, the son of Sumitra, then smiled and appropriately replied Shuurpanakha.
vrm.3.18 "She is freakish, knavish and overtly ruttish, oh, tigerly man, it will be apt of you to deface this paunchy Rakshasi" Thus Rama said to Lakshmana.
vrm.3.18 She that very ghastly Rakshasi when defaced is wetted by blood and blared many a blare like a cloud in cloudburst.
vrm.3.20 On seeing the arrival of the Rakshasas, and the Rakshasi Shuurpanakha too, that magnificent Rama of Raghava dynasty said to the radiantly brilliant Lakshmana.
vrm.3.20 "Oh, Soumitri, briefly tarry at the close of Seetha as I wish to eliminate these Rakshasas who have trailed the path of that Rakshasi to here.
vrm.3.20 b, a On seeing the Rakshasas falling onto ground that Rakshasi Shuurpanakha is convulsed in rage, and she with a blanched aspect returned to the near of Khara in an agonising manner like a creeper exuding resin on incision, and fell before him as before.
vrm.3.21 in this way on saying Shuurpanakha bawled variously in the presence of her brother, Khara, and then anguished by her own affliction that Rakshasi with a cave like belly started hitting her paunch with both of her hands, and what is more, she swooned.
vrm.3.22 "Now, you Rakshasi, you will swill that Rama s red hot blood when that short lived one is hewed down to earth with an axe.
vrm.3.30 "The Rakshasi s who terrorized others so far will be pitiably terrorised now, and they flee away very quickly with tear wet faces as their kinsmen are killed.
vrm.3.30 "To which Rakshasi s your kind of grievous Rakshasa is the husband, they must have taken birth in a befittingly grievous family like that of yours, and must be well matched to you in grievous atrocities, and though they might not have tasted a grievous situation so far, since their lives have become meaningless, now they will become the enjoyers of the empathy of grief.
vrm.3.32 b, a She that Rakshasi Shuurpanakha saw her brother who makes all beings to wail, an alarming one to all the worlds, an atrocious one and highly formidable Ravana.
vrm.3.32 b, a Rakshasi Shuurpanakha nearing Ravana, who is the highly fortunate king of Rakshasas, an enemy destroyer and a felicity of the dynasty of Sage Pulastya, and who is now surrounded by his ministers, she spoke this sentence.
vrm.3.34 a When the king of Rakshasas has asked her thus, she that Rakshasi Shuurpanakha who is in a fit of fury then commenced to describe Rama in the point of fact.
vrm.3.54 Thus Ravana ordered the chamber Rakshasi s.
vrm.3.54 On speaking to those Rakshasi s thus that chief of Rakshasas exited from that palace chamber, and giving a thought to what is to be done in sequel, then he gave audience to eight highly vigorous Rakshasas, the feasters on raw flesh.
vrm.3.55 On entering the palace chamber that supremo of Rakshasas beheld Seetha overwhelmed with ruefulness amongst Rakshasi s.
vrm.3.56 b, Thus on saying those harsh words, Ravana, the one who makes his enemies to bewail, and who is now infuriated said this sentence to the guarding Rakshasi s.
vrm.3.56 "Oh, gnarled Rakshasi s of grisly mien and devourers of meat and blood, you have to indeed remove her pride immediately.
vrm.3.56 Just by that order of Ravana those Rakshasi s of grotesque and ugly appearance have obediently made palm fold to him and encircled Maithili.
vrm.3.56 That king Ravana paced in an earth shattering manner as though to cleave it and clearly said this to those Rakshasi s with ghastly look.
vrm.3.56 When Ravana has clearly ordered, those Rakshasi s on their part took Maithili to Ashoka garden.
vrm.3.56 But she that Janaka s daughter Maithili whose body is with a coverall of anguish, further on obtaining the control of Rakshasi s, she is as good as a she deer under the coverall of tigresses.
vrm.3.56 Maithili knows no peace when the bizarre eyed Rakshasi s have highly intimidated her, and by shut seeing those Rakshasi s her reminiscences went over to her dear husband and about her brother in law Lakshmana too, and when she felt about the improbability of their coming here, she is distraught with alarm and anguish, and then she swooned.
vrm.3.69 On getting at that cave those manly Tigers have seen a Rakshasi nearby that cave, who is massive in shape and misshapen in her face.
vrm.3.69 Both the brothers, Rama and Lakshmana, have seen a Rakshasi there, who is an inducer of horror to the dunderheaded dullards, traumatic in her acts and truculent in her appearance, pot bellied, pierce fanged, overblown, pachydermatous, head hair shaggy, body shape lumpy bumpy, and she is going on eating massive beasts.
vrm.3.69 Drawing nigh of those valorous brothers who are journeying on their way, that Rakshasi actually clung onto Lakshmana who is going ahead of his
vrm.3.69 So is the love prattle of that Rakshasi Ayomukhi.
vrm.3.69 When her nose and ear are cut off that Rakshasi of hideous mien yelled highly in a high voice, and she rushed off as she had rushed in at Lakshmana.
vrm.4.41 "But a well known Rakshasi named Angaaraka is there in the midst of southern ocean who eats prey by grabbing its shadow when flying overhead.
vrm.4.58 a Therein that Lanka pitiable Vaidehi wearing ochry silk sari is lodged in the palace chambers of Ravana, highly sentineled and baulked by Rakshasi s, and you can find king Janaka s daughter Maithili in there.
vrm.5.1 A Rakshasi by the name of Simhika with the power to assume desired form, saw Hanuma flying, increased in size and thought thus in her mind.
vrm.5.9 That building surrounded by the wives of Ravana, by Rakshasi s, and princesses brought by strength, was like an ocean filled with crocodiles, big fishes, sharks and other fishes, moved by the speed of wind, and together with serpants.
vrm.5.15 Not seeing dear people, seeing groups of Rakshasi s, like a female deer loosing her own herd surrounded by group of hounds.
vrm.5.16 This She the dear wife of Rama the righteous one, grateful one, knower of Self has obtained capture of Rakshasi s.
vrm.5.16 She is not seeing Rakshasi s, not flowers, fruits or trees and with a single heart is meditating only on Sri Rama this is sure.
vrm.5.27 Then, seeing Seetha frightened by those evil ones, an Rakshasi named Trijata, sleeping till then, spoke these words.
vrm.6.31 Thereafter, Ravana the Lord of Rakshasas who was very much difficult to be attacked, spoke the following words to a Rakshasi, while Seetha was overhearing them.
vrm.6.48 Kausalya" for her part, forever remains absorbed in the thought When shall I see Lakshmana and Seetha with Rama returned to Ayodhya having completed his vow of remaining in exile in the forest for fourteen years?" The Rakshasi Trijata spoke to that lamenting Seetha as follows "O, the god like lady! Do not despair.
vrm.6.94 All female Rakshasas who lost their husbands, sons and kinsfolk met at one place, stricken as they were with sorrow, wailed as follows: "How did the old and ugly Surpanakha, of sunken belly, approach, in the forest, Rama who is charming like the god of love?" "How strange that on seeing that Rama of tender youth, endowed with extraordinary strength and devoted to the welfare of all created beings, that ugly woman Surpanakha who deserved to be condemned by the people, was stung with excessive lust?" "How that ugly faced Rakshasi, who is bereft of all virtues, dared to make love to Rama, who is full of virtues, endowed with great bodily strength and who possessed a charming countenance?"
vrm.7.5 And albeit no Rakshasi herself, she, beginning with the eldest, gladly married to the Rakshasas her daughters having faces resembling the full moon.
vrm.7.9 Seeing him, the Rakshasi Kaikasi flaming up in energy, coming to the Ten necked one, represented to him, O son, behold thy brother, Vaisravana, enfolded in efulgence ;and, albeit of equal fratenity, behold thee in this plight I Therefore, O Ten necked one, O thou of measureless prowess, do thou so strive that thou also, my son, may be like Vaisravana himself.
vrm.7.12 And then he thought of the giving way in marriage of his Rakshasi sister.
vrm.7.12 Then that Rakshasa bestowed his sister, the Rakshasi Surpanakha, on that lord of the Danavas and king of the Kalakas Vidyujjihva.
vrm.7.15 And then the Rakshasa king entered upon Rakshasi illusion ;and began to assume a thousand shapes for compassing the destructionof his adversary.
vrm.7.29 In the interval, Ravana s sister, a dreadful and grim visaged Rakshasi, suddenly fell down on to the ground.
vrm.7.29 Thereat that Rakshasi, having blood red eyes, closed with tears, said "O king, by thee, powerful as thou art, I have forcibly been made a widow.
vrm.7.30 Being thus accosted; that Rakshasi, being pleased, got her sleeping husband, the night ranger, up and said "Here is my brother, the highly power Dasagriva.

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