Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 30 Aug 2011 10:13 and updated at 30 Aug 2011 10:13


vrm.2.21 Lakshmana became dejected and spoke these words, properly befitting for that time, to that Ramas mother Kausalya who was thus weeping.
vrm.2.24 Kausalya who was afflicted with grief over her son, was with eyes full of tears after hearing Ramas utterances and spoke thus to Rama.
vrm.2.42 As long as the dust raised by the wheels of Ramas chariot could be seen, so long did the king not withdraw his gaze from it.
vrm.2.42 When the dust raised by Ramas chariot was no longer visible, the unfortunate king afflicted by dejection, fell insensible on ground.
vrm.2.44 What has not been secured by your capable son, who is rich in virtue and is engrossed in the vow of truthfulness, and the banner of whose fame flutters though out the world? Having known the purity and magnanimity of Rama the sun assuredly will not be able to torment Ramas body with his rays.
vrm.2.44 Sumitra the queen, skilled in her employment of words, who is faultless and charming, thus consoled Ramas mother with various words and finally stopped speaking.
vrm.2.44 Hearing those words of Sumitra the mother of Lakshmana, the agony of Kausalya Ramas mother and the wife of Dasaratha quickly disappeared in the same way as an autumnal cloud with a little water in it disappears quickly.
vrm.2.45 When the king was forced in the interests of his son to turn back, the group of friends who were following Ramas chariot did not return.
vrm.2.46 Seeing that brother sleeping along with his wife, Lakshmana narrated Ramas various virtues to Sumantra.
vrm.2.46 While Lakshmana was thus recounting Ramas excellences to Sumantra, keeping awake that whole night at the bank of Tamasa river, the sun rose.
vrm.2.46 Remaining careful, do it in such a way that the citizens may not be able to locate me Hearing Ramas advice, the charioteer made a round of the chariot as he was suggested and on returning, reported to Rama about the arrival of the chariot.
vrm.2.50 There, a king named Guha was Ramas friend dear to him as his own life.
vrm.2.52 Listening to Ramas words, Lakshmana walked in front.
vrm.2.57 While driving through bazaars, Sumantra heard the sounds of lamentation of women, coming forth from windows, consumed by anguish on account of Ramas exile.
vrm.2.57 Sumantra also heard the feeble conversation of Dasarathas wives absorbed in anguish on account of Ramas exile, from their respective inner apartments.
vrm.2.57 Sumantra approached that king who was seated, offered his salutation and presented Ramas message as told.
vrm.2.57 Oh, illustrious king! Why are you not speaking to this Ramas messenger who came from the forest and who has done difficult things? Oh, Dasaratha! After doing an evil act, you are now feeling shameful.
vrm.2.58 Even if this was done for the good pleasure of the king or through the will of God, I do not see any justification for Ramas abandonment.
vrm.2.58 Even if this was done for the good pleasure of the king or through the will of god, I do not see any justification for Ramas abandonment.
vrm.2.58 Ramas exile, an illegal decision undertaken whether due to levity of judgment or due to lack of reflection, will raise countless protests.
vrm.2.59 Oh, emperor! Even trees in your domain have withered, without giving flowers sprouts and buds, having emaciated due to Ramas separation.
vrm.2.59 Oh, emperor! The city of Ayodhya with its joy less people, with its Elephants and Horses looking miserable, with sighing exhaustion due to cries of pain, filled with sounds of moaning, cheerless and feeling anguish due to Ramas exile, appears to me, like Queen Kausalya without her son.
vrm.2.62 When harsh words with anger in this manner by the grief stricken Kausalya, Ramas mother were heard, king Dasaratha felt depressed and reflected upon them.
vrm.2.74 What harm king Dasaratha or the highly righteous Rama have done to you so harshly that Dasarathas death and Ramas exile have occurred at one and the same time because of you? O, Kaikeyi! You got the sin of killing an embryo because of the destruction of this race.
vrm.2.79 Hearing Prince Bharata, talking in consideration of Ramas cause, all the people replied in the following illustrious and excellent words:
vrm.2.82 I will follow Ramas steps.
vrm.2.83 Kaikeyi, Sumitra and the illustrious Kausalya rode in a resplendent chariot, delighted as they were at the thought of Ramas return.
vrm.2.83 Thus did the citizens of Ayodhya recount happily of Ramas glorious deeds, and they embraced each other as they went along.
vrm.3.3 Shattered by Ramas blazing shafts that spear fallen on ground like the boulder mass of Mountain Meru when it is shattered by Indras Thunderbolt.
vrm.3.18 Then that sister of Khara who is convulsed in the fluster of fear and her body wetted with blood reported to her brother Khara, all about Ramas arrival in forest with his wife and Lakshmana, and even about his misshaping her.
vrm.4.4 One who is rebuffed by sadness, and even agonised by it had already sought refuge, hence it is apt of Sugreeva to do favour in Ramas respect along with other vanara commanders.
vrm.5.13 I think while Ravana fearing Ramas arrows flew quickly carrying Seetha, she might have fallen down in the middle of the journey.
vrm.5.13 The pitiable Seetha equaling full moon, with eyes equaling lotus petals must have obtained death while meditating upon Ramas face.
vrm.5.13 How can the daughter of King Janaka, Ramas wife Seetha with a beautiful waist, with eyes like black lotus petals obtain Ravanas capture.
vrm.5.15 This She of golden colour is indeed Ramas dear wife who ever Seetha the chaste one, even though not seen, is not gone from Ramas heart.
vrm.5.15 In whatever way is this ladys appearance, elegance of major and minor limbs, in the same way is Ramas.
vrm.5.59 By the power of virtuousness of Seetha, Ramas effort and Sugreevas zeal are getting fulfilled.
vrm.6.4 Hearing Ramas words, Sugreeva along with Lakshmana made the army to halt at the sea shore, stretched with trees.
vrm.6.18 Hearing Ramas words Sugreeva who was together with the highly wise Lakshmana stood up saluting and spoke these words:
vrm.6.19 Hearing Ramas words, Lakshmana consecrated Vibhishana as a king, as per the royal instructions, amidst the leaders of Vanaras.
vrm.6.19 Hearing Ramas words, Sugreeva and Lakshmana both, valiant as they were, spoke with proper courtesy, the following words:
vrm.6.20 I do not like you, as you are Ramas enemy.
vrm.6.22 In which region should it be descended? Hearing Ramas words and seeing that powerful arrow, the large splendid Ocean spoke the following words to Rama: Towards my northern side, there is a holy place.
vrm.6.22 Seeing that Ramas accomplishment, which was amazing and arduous Devas, Siddhas and Charanas along with great sages, forthwith approached Rama and consecrated him with very splendid waters separately.
vrm.6.29 Beholding those foremost of Vanara leaders pointed out by Shuka the most valiant Lakshmana Ramas right arm, his own brother Vibhishana standing close to Rama, the terribly powerful Sugreeva the king of all Vanaras, the strong Angada grandson of Indra the wielder of thunderbolt, the powerful Hanuman, the imincible Jambavan, Sushena, Kumuda, Nila, Nala the excellent of Vanaras, Gaja, Gavaksha, Sharabha, Mainda and Dvivida that Ravana his heart became agitated a little, was enraged and then abused those two heroes Shuka and Sarana who had completed their report.
vrm.6.29 Those spies, who always wander outside and who were valiant rangers of the night, thereafter approached Ravana and informed him that Ramas army was camping in the vicinity of the Suvela mountain.
vrm.6.32 She heard Ravana narrating about Ramas friendly relationship with Sugreeva, as earlier apprised by Hanuman.
vrm.6.32 He deliberated with his ministers as to what action in its entirety to be pursued and entered the council chamber and issued his commands in accordance with the knowledge he possessed of Ramas forces.
vrm.6.41 Hearing Ramas words, Sugreeva replied as follows: O, brave Rama! Seeing Ravana who had taken away your consort and being conscious of my own strength, how can I act otherwise?
vrm.6.41 The Vanaras, encouraged by the sound of Ramas voice and obedient to his command, halted before the city of Lanka, garlanded with banners, beautiful and splendid with pleasure gardens, having an unusual rampart which is inaccessible with its elevated arched door ways and invincible even by the Devas.
vrm.6.41 Meanwhile, under Ramas command, Lakshmana along with Vibhishana distributed a crore each of his Vanaras at each gate.
vrm.6.42 In order to fulfill Ramas cherished desire, those troops, forming themselves into columns, began to scale the heights of Lanka, while Ravana stood gazing.
vrm.6.42 Those Vanaras, of golden hue with coppery countenance, fighting with Sala trees and mountain peaks, marched ahead towards the city of Lanka, ready as they were to lay down their lives in Ramas service.
vrm.6.69 Then, that Angada, who showed that forcible means, which was very difficult to do, and which rejoiced Ramas intellect.
vrm.6.72 By Ramas valour, the Rakshasas were destroyed.
vrm.6.72 Alas! How great is Ramas strength! How great is the power of his arrow! Some regiments of the army have to protect this City and even Ashoka garden where Seetha is being guarded, vigilantly on all sides.
vrm.6.75 The raised voice of the Vanaras, the cry of the Rakshasas and even the twang of Ramas bow string these three sounds pervaded all the ten quarters.
vrm.6.75 By the arrows released from Ramas bow, the main gate of that City looking like a peak of Mount Kailasa, tumbled down, shattered, to the ground.
vrm.6.75 Thereupon, seeing Ramas arrows descending on seven storeyed mansions and other houses, the war preparedness of the leaders of Rakshasas got disturbed.
vrm.6.76 Hearing Ramas message, those excellent Vanaras were very much enraged and quickly rushed towards Kumbha who was wielding a bow in his hand.
vrm.6.93 Those Rakshasas for their part saw thousands of Ramas in the battle field while at other times, they saw only one Rama in that great battle.
vrm.6.103 Ravana could no longer take up weapons, nor stretch his bow, nor reacted to Ramas prowess on account of his mind being confused.
vrm.6.111 Woe be to the flickering fortunes of kings!" "Alas, O king! That face of yours which was so tender, O lord, and distinguished by charming eye brows, a gloss surface, having an exceptionally prominent nose, coppery lips and brilliant ear rings, which vied with the moon the lotus and the sun in loveliness, light and luster, was illumined by a number of diadems, which shone with its eyes wild and rolling through inebriety in banqueting places, bore garlands of various kinds, was lovely and charming in every way, was lit with a captivating smile and indulged in a delightful talk that face of yours does not actually shine as before today pierced with Ramas arrows, it lies dyed with streams of blood.
vrm.6.111 It was indeed a mark of your cowardice that Ramas consort was borne away by you, after luring away Rama from his hermitage in the pretext of deer I do not recall your faint heartedness at any time on the battle field.
vrm.6.113 Hearing the words of Seetha, Hanuma who was skilled in speech, then replied to the faultless Seetha, Ramas consort as follows: O divine lady! You are the apt wife of Rama, full of virtue.
vrm.6.127 That wonderful aerial car, Pushpaka which was seized by Ravana once, went in speed to Kubera, as impelled by Ramas advice.
vrm.7.111 The highsouled and the highly effulgent ascetics, living in Brahma s region, who were present in the assembly, obtaining Brahmas permission, waited there, to hear Ramas future carreer in the Uttarakandam.

Share:- Facebook

Unless otherwise stated, the content of this page is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License