Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 28 Aug 2011 04:40 and updated at 28 Aug 2011 04:40


This is only a part of all the references of Ravana, the total number of references being around 1302

vrm.1.1 "Then in a combat Rama eliminated all the fourteen Rakshasas who rebelliously came at him in the first round of combat incited by the provokes of Shuurpanakha, and then in second round Rama eliminated Rakshasa chiefs called Khara, Trishira, Duushana, who are none but the cousins of Shuurpanakha and Ravana, together with all of their hench Rakshasas.
vrm.1.1 b, a "Then on hearing the slaughter of his cousins, Ravana is convulsed in anger and sought the help of a Rakshasa named Maricha.
vrm.1.1 b, a "But Maricha deterred Ravana telling him time and again, oh, Ravana, unpardonable will be your rivalry with that formidable Rama, formidable because fourteen thousand clansmen of ours could not triumph over him.
vrm.1.1 "Then heedless of Maricha s advice and ushered by the time of his own doom, Ravana advanced to the threshold of Rama s hermitage along with Maricha.
vrm.1.1 b, a Ravana" stole the wife of Rama, namely Seetha, by getting the princes Rama and Lakshmana distracted distantly from their hermitage through the trickster Maricha, and after putting the eagle Jatayu, which came to Seetha s rescue, to sword.
vrm.1.1 "On reaching the city Lanka ruled by Ravana, Hanuma has seen Seetha, where she is lodged in Ashoka gardens and meditating on Rama alone.
vrm.1.1 "On wiping out five army chiefs, seven sons of ministers, and on kneading down a gallant Rakshasa named Aksha Kumara, Hanuma had to enter into the captivity of a powerful weapon darted by Indrajit, the son of Ravana.
vrm.1.1 "Though the release from the weapon s captivity is known to him by the boon of Brahma, and though he is valiant enough to pulverise all the Rakshasas, but to see and talk to Ravana, thus to gauge the strength of enemy, Hanuma is intentionally tolerant of the Rakshasas and their making Monkey of him when they fastened him with ropes and dragged him to Ravana s court.
vrm.1.1 After an audience with Ravana Hanuma burnt that city Lanka, except where Seetha, the princess of Mithila is stationed, and then to narrate the pleasant news of locating Seetha, he again got back to Rama, for he is a great Vanara.
vrm.1.1 "On going to the city Lanka by that bridge and on eliminating Ravana in battle, Rama redeemed Seetha, but he subsequently came down with much humiliation, since redeeming Seetha in enemy s place might become controversial.
vrm.1.1 And when all the Devas reverenced him for his great accomplishment in eliminating Ravana, Rama shone forth with his self resplendence.
vrm.1.2 That epic which is with uncomplicated compounds, conjunctions and conjugations, and which has expressive sentences that are well knit and led evenly and sweetly, and that legend of the best one from Raghu s dynasty, namely Rama, which also includes the extermination of the Ten headed evil named Ravana, that may be listened as narrated by the sage.
vrm.1.3 The killing Rakshasas like Khara, Trishirasa and the upsurge of Ravana thereby, and also killing Rakshasa Maricha, and Ravana s abduction of Vaidehi, likewise.
vrm.1.3 Raghava s anguish at the loss of Seetha Ravana s slaying the mighty eagle Jatayu Rama s seeing Kabandha, and also Lake Pampa.
vrm.1.3 In night Hanuma s entry into Lanka, for being lonely his thinking over the course to search for Seetha, and his going to the liquor consumption place, and also his seeing the palace chambers of Ravana.
vrm.1.3 Hanuma s seeing Ravana, and also his seeing Pushpaka, the divine Aircraft, and in Ashoka gardens, his seeing Seetha also.
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 The capture of Hanuma, the son of Vayu, by the magical missile of Indrajit, son of Ravana, and also Hanuma s burning down Lanka, and his blaring at the Rakshasas, also his return flight from Lanka.
vrm.1.3 Crossing over the ocean by the boulder bridge built by Nala, and seizure of Lanka in night, and Vibhishana, the younger brother of Ravana, whom Ravana banished, comes to meet Rama, and his telling the scheme to kill Ravana to Rama.
vrm.1.3 Destruction of Kumbhakarna, another brother of Ravana, and the elimination of Meghanada, the valiant fighter and son of Ravana, and the annihilation of Ravana, and also retrieval of Seetha in enemy s city, which is a kind of disgrace to Rama and a successive event follows thereon, all these are narrated in the epic.
vrm.1.3 Crowning of Vibhishana as the king of Lanka, after the demise of Ravana, and also Rama s seeing Pushpaka, the divine Aircraft, and returning to Ayodhya in that Aircraft.
vrm.1.4 That sage with observed sacred vows has rendered the entire epic in the name of Ramayana Sublime Legend of Seetha and elimination of Ravana
vrm.1.15 "Oh! God, the Rakshasa named Ravana is torturing all of us with his intrepidity, as you have blessed him, and we are unable to control him.
vrm.1.15 "You have given boon to him appreciating his ascesis and oh, god, with high regard to that boon of yours we are tolerating all the cruel acts of Ravana from then onwards "That malevolent Ravana is tormenting all the three worlds, hating the functionary deities of cosmos, and always desires to assail Indra, the king of all the functionary deities of universe.
vrm.1.15 "The Sun god will not verily parch Ravana, the Vayu will not puff at his sides, and on seeing Ravana, the lord of the undulating waves, namly the ocean will not pulsate either.
vrm.1.15 When all the deities spoke to Brahma thus, he thought for a while and then said Aha"! The idea to kill that evil minded Ravana is discerned.
vrm.1.15 Ravana" said while seeking boon that, I shall not be killed by Gandharva s, Yaksha s, or by Devas, or by other Rakshasas.
vrm.1.15 "Oh! Vishnu, on your taking birth as human through the wives of Dasharatha you eliminate Ravana in war, who has become exacerbating and thorny to all worlds, and who is otherwise not eliminable for Devas.
vrm.1.15 b, a "He that preposterous Rakshasa Ravana with his invigorated doggedness is torturing Devas along with eminent saints, Gandharva s, and Siddha s.
vrm.1.15 a, "Get rid off the fear, let safety be upon you, on eliminating that cruel and evil minded Ravana who became dreadful to deities and sages, along with his sons, grandsons, friends, cousins and relatives, ministers and forces too in war for your welfare, I will then reside in human world ruling this earth for eleven thousand years.
vrm.1.15 "Oh! Vishnu, he that fiery one is uprising furiously with his heightened arrogance, and he is a fright to sages and a thorn in the side of hermits, and he is the hater of Indra, hence we pray you to redeem that Ravana.
vrm.1.15 "On eliminating that furiously vainglorious Ravana with all his forces and with all his kinsmen neutralise the pandemonium created by him in all the worlds, and for a long time to come you get rid of your febrility, and you please return to your heavenly abode, namely your blameless and faultless Vaikuntha.
vrm.1.16 "What is the idea to eliminate that Rakshasa s chief Ravana, oh, Devas, adopting which strategy I will have to eliminate that thorn in the side of Sages?" Thus Vishnu asked the Devas.
vrm.1.16 Asked thus all the Devas said to that sempiternal Vishnu, "on assuming a human form, eliminate Ravana in a war.
vrm.1.16 "Oh, destroyer of enemies, he that Ravana undertook a vehement ascesis for a long period, thereby the creator of worlds and the first born one Brahma, felt gladsome of his ascesis.
vrm.1.17 a Thus the Devas have procreated many thousands of such valorous and guise changing Vanaras who with their immeasurable strength and bravery are manifest for the elimination of the Dasamukha Rakshasa Ravana.
vrm.1.20 One born in Paulastya dynasty, an extremely mighty and exceedingly brave Rakshasa named Ravana is there, and he with the boon given by Brahma, and accompanied with many other Rakshasas is torturing the triad of worlds, contemptuously.
vrm.1.20 b, a That formidable Ravana is not a devastator of rituals by himself,
vrm.1.20 b, Thus when he is said so by that sage Vishvamitra, then the king Dasharatha spoke to the sage, I myself am not capable of standing against that evil minded Ravana, in truth, where is the question of deputing my young Rama to confront him?
vrm.1.20 Devas, Danavas, Gandharvas, Yakshas, Patangas and Pannagas are incapable to bear the brunt of that Ravana in fight, what to tell about humans.
vrm.1.20 But that Ravana depletes the valour of valorous opponents in a
vrm.2.1 That Rama was He not the eternal Vishnu who was born on earth as prayed by Devas to kill the egoistic Ravana? Like Aditi by Indra, best among the Devas, Kausalya shone by her son Rama, the mighty.
vrm.2.112 Thereafter, that assembly of sages, who wished to see a quick destruction of Ravana, came together and spoke the following words to Bharata, the excellent king.
vrm.2.116 "O, darling! Here, a Rakshasa called Khara, Ravana s younger brother who is a boaster, victorious in battle, cruel and eater of human flesh, haughty and sinful having uprooted all the ascetics who dwell in Janasthana, is unable to endure you also.
vrm.3.17 She is but the sister of ten faced Rakshasa Ravana, Shuurpanakha by her name and she has seen him on reaching the paradisiacal being like Rama.
vrm.3.17 a "My brother is valorous and mighty Ravana, the king of Rakshasas and the son of Vishravasa, if ever you have heard of him.
vrm.3.31 Then on going hurriedly from Janasthana and on speedily entering Lanka Akampana spoke these words to Ravana.
vrm.3.31 Thus said, then that ten faced Ravana is infuriated with bloodshot eyes, and as though to burn down whole world with his radiance he spoke this to Akampana.
vrm.3.31 Thus Ravana said about himself.
vrm.3.31 Akampana with his palms adjoined and voice hesitant with fear sought for the clemency of that Dasamukha Rakshasa Ravana who is enraged in that way.
vrm.3.31 On hearing the words of Akampana, the chief of Rakshasas Ravana, spoke these words hissing like a kingly serpent.
vrm.3.31 Akampana again detailed about the might and valour of that great souled Rama on hearing that sentence of Ravana.
vrm.3.31 "To whichever nook those Rakshasas smitten by fear of those serpent like are fleeing, they have seeing Rama alone standing afore them in that corner, and oh, merited king Ravana, in this way your Janasthana is totally ruined by that Rama.
vrm.3.31 b, On hearing the words of Akampana Ravana said these words, "I will to go to Janasthana to kill Rama along with Lakshmana.
vrm.3.31 When Ravana said so then Akampana said these words in reply, listen, oh, king, what all has happened, and of what in actuality is Rama s spirit and grit.
vrm.3.31 Akampana advised Ravana in this way.
vrm.3.31 The chief of Rakshasas Ravana favouring that idea thought of it and that mighty armed Ravana then spoke to Akampana.
vrm.3.31 Ravana declared that way.
vrm.3.31 Saying so Ravana journeyed in a chariot that is yoked with mule like Horses, and that has the dazzling of the sun, whereby all the directions are made to glitter.
vrm.3.31 On going to the hermitage of Maricha which is at a distant place Maricha the son of Tataka received Ravana and venerated that king of Rakshasas with sweetmeats and savouries that are unavailable to humans.
vrm.3.31 Offering proper seat and water for washing feet and hands Maricha personally attended Ravana and spoke to him this sentence that is worded meaningfully.
vrm.3.31 When Maricha said so to him that greatly radiant one who is a sententious speaker that Ravana thereafter spoke this sentence.
vrm.3.31 "Oh, Ravana, it will be unbefitting to raise an eye to see Rama in war, who will be then like a majestic Elephant that has an impeccable dynasty and bloodline as its mammoth trunk, personal radiance as its indomitable might, very firm pair of arms as its pernicious tusks, more so, who will be with the redolence of the irrepressible lineage of Raghava s.
vrm.3.31 Thus Maricha spoke to Ravana.
vrm.3.31 When thus said by Maricha that ten faced Ravana returned to his city Lanka and entered his best house and home.
vrm.3.32 Highly agitated to witness the deed done by Rama, which deed is highly impossible for others, she hurried Lanka ruled by Ravana.
vrm.3.32 She saw Ravana who is fulgent with his own radiance, seated with ministers at his nearby in the midst of the divine Aircraft Pushpaka, as with Indra who will be sitting amidst Maruts.
vrm.3.32 Seated similar to the Sun in firmament on a supreme golden throne, which resembles a golden Altar of Fire, and he himself resembling the blazing Ritual fire spurting out of it when that Golden Fire Altar is drenched with plentiful ghee, she saw such a Ravana.
vrm.3.32 An invincible one either for Gods or Gandharva s, or to sages with exalted souls, or even to any other entity worth its name, whose appearance itself is catastrophic, and who is sitting identical to the Terminator, as though that Terminator himself is sitting with a wide gaped mouth, at such a Ravana Shuurpanakha saw.
vrm.3.32 One who is severally bruised in several combats of Devas and Asuras with the thunderbolts from the Vajra weapon of Indra, and one who is severally blotched on his chest when the prongs of the tusks of Airavata, the lordly Elephant of Indra, gored his chest, at such a Ravana Shuurpanakha saw.
vrm.3.32 Blent with the gleam of the Lapis gems studded in his ornaments his glisten is alike that gem, while his ear knobs are made out of refined gold, and his arms strongish, teeth whitish, mouth widish and he is mountainous, and Shuurpanakha saw such a Ravana.
vrm.3.32 His body bears hundreds of welts caused when assaulted with Vishnu disc for hundreds of times in wars with Gods, and when assaulted for hundreds of times with the other assaults missiles in other gruesome wars as well, and Shuurpanakha saw at such a Ravana.
vrm.3.32 Likewise, whose limbs are thrashed with thrashing missilery of all Gods, whereby his body and soul have become harsh, thus he can perpetrate anything swiftly at his will, and he who can capably roil an un perturbable ocean at his wish, at such Ravana Shuurpanakha saw.
vrm.3.32 b, a That courageous one who in early times has practised ascesis for ten thousand years in a great forest, and who on accomplishing it has dedicated ten of his heads to the Self Created Brahma, she saw such a Ravana with such ten heads.
vrm.3.32 b, a Whereby, to whom there is an indemnity against death in war at the hand of Gods, Rakshasas, Gandharva s, Pisachas, Suparnas, Nagas, excepting humans, and Shuurpanakha saw such an unimperilled Ravana.
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.3.32 b, She who is disfigured by the high souled Lakshmana, and who is still perplexed with the fear of Lakshmana and her own craving for Rama as well, on displaying her misfortune to everybody that fearless rover Shuurpanakha spoke this very caustic sentence to Ravana, whose eyes are broad and burning.
vrm.3.33 Then that doleful Shuurpanakha spoke these scornful words to Ravana who makes the world to wail in the presence of his ministers.
vrm.3.33 Thus Shuurpanakha declaimed Ravana about his worthlessness as a king.
vrm.3.33 In this way when Shuurpanakha extolled only his negative traits, he that lord of night walkers Ravana, who holds only his pride, power and prosperity dear to him, pored them over in his mind and contemplated over a time.
vrm.3.34 On observing Shuurpanakha who is speaking bitter words against him in the presence of ministers then Ravana is highly infuriated and queried her.
vrm.3.34 "Oh, the king of Rakshasas Ravana, if this advise of mine is pleasing to you, let this idea be actualised without any shilly shallying in your mind.
vrm.3.34 Thus Shuurpanakha has earbashed Ravana.
vrm.3.35 On hearing the exciting advise of Shuurpanakha then Ravana bade adieu to ministers, and indeed on resolving his further task he proceeded to his personal palace chambers.
vrm.3.35 When that brisk paced charioteer is said in this way he instantly harnessed the favourite and choicest chariot of Ravana with Horses and got it ready.
vrm.3.35 That chariot which is decorated with golden ornaments, yoked with monster faced mules that have gem studded trappings is rideable by the wish of the rider, and sitting in such a chariot which is wholly golden and which rides with a sound like the pealing of thunder, that celebrated Ravana, the brother of Kubera and the lord of Rakshasas, travelled towards the lord of rivers and rivulets, namely the ocean.
vrm.3.35 That dauntless Ravana forged ahead while viewing the area along the coastline which is interspersed with thousands of mountains and which is with variously flowered and fruited trees.
vrm.3.35 While Ravana, the brother of Kubera, is quickly transiting he saw everywhere the whitish and widish Aircrafts belonging to the deified souls who acquired higher worlds, and from those Aircrafts adorned with divine flowery tassels and piloted by the wish of their steersmen, instrumental and vocal music is resonating, and Gandharva s are singing and Apsara s are dancing in them.
vrm.3.35 Ravana proceeded while observing thousands of woodlands with sandalwood trees that are soothing and satisfying the sense of smell, and that oozed sweet smelling resin at their bases.
vrm.3.35 On seeing the delightful, serene, and marvellous cascades, and cities that are abundant in wealth and agricultural produce, and abundant with gemlike womenfolk, and that are replete with Elephants, Horses, and chariots, Ravana proceeded further.
vrm.3.35 a Ravana observed the delta adjacent to seacoast of that kingly ocean to be uniform and smooth, while the light air breezing in there is soft for touch, thus it looked heavenly.
vrm.3.35 b, a There Ravana also saw a banyan tree which in sheen is like a black cloud, and the branches of which are stretching all over for a hundred Yojana s in length, and on which sages made their abode for practising ascesis.
vrm.3.35 Ravana on his way saw such a banyan tree named as Subhadra which is a much sought after tree for assemblages of great sages, and which betokens the deeds of that best winged Garuda.
vrm.3.35 On going to the other side of the lord of rivers, namely ocean, Ravana saw a pleasing hermitage in the sacred and scenic interior of the forest.
vrm.3.35 At that place Ravana saw the Rakshasa named Maricha, wearing jute clothes and black Deerskin and tufts of hairs, and the one with regulated diet.
vrm.3.35 That Rakshasa Maricha welcomed the king Ravana and customarily entertained him catering all the offerings that are beyond the scope of humans.
vrm.3.35 On personally offering meals and drinking water, and venerating him properly Maricha spoke this sentence to Ravana which is connotative of significance.
vrm.3.35 When Maricha spoke to him thus, that highly radiant and eloquent Ravana then afterwards spoke this sentence to Maricha.
vrm.3.36 Thus Ravana started addressing Maricha.
vrm.3.36 Thus Ravana requested Maricha.
vrm.3.36 Wetting dried up lips with his tongue he has become goggle eyed almost like an about to die animal, and he agonisingly looked up at Ravana with winkless eyes.
vrm.3.36 Maricha s heart sank with scare as he is aware of Rama s valour when he was in the great forest of Tataka, thus suppliantly making palm fold he started telling about factuality of Rama to Ravana, which is beneficial both to Ravana and to himself, as well, if only Ravana is heedful of it.
vrm.3.37 On hearing that idea of the chief of Rakshasas Ravana in abducting Seetha, Maricha, a well informed one and an articulator spoke to the lord of Rakshasas in reply.
vrm.3.37 "With the bow stretched to his ear becoming a gaping mouth spouting flames, arrows becoming tongues of fire spewed forth from that flaming mouth, he that Rama the reified Terminator will become fierce and insufferable when he wields bow and arrows, and oh, dear boy Ravana, it will be inapt of you to at once draw pretty nigh of such an annihilator of the armies of enemies, on discarding your kingdom, comforts and even the dear life of yours.
vrm.3.37 "Oh, king of nightwalkers Ravana, I for myself deem that your confrontation with Rama, the prince of Kosala, in a war is improper, and a better, befitting, and a reasonable one is this advise of mine, to which you may listen further.
vrm.3.38 "That Rama did not wish to kill me then, and I am thus saved by that valiant one, oh, dear boy Ravana, but the thrust of Rama s arrow bewildered my animation and I was on my last legs.
vrm.3.38 Thus, Maricha spoke to Ravana.
vrm.3.39 Thus Maricha continued his advise to Ravana.
vrm.3.39 "I moved about Dandaka forest, oh, Ravana, in an extremely horrible aspect of animal, utterly brutalising the sages at ritual altars, holy bathing places and under the trees of religious sanctuaries while reaching Rama.
vrm.3.39 "Oh, Ravana, appalled of Rama the names starting with the alphabet ra like ratna s, ratha s, viz.
vrm.3.40 When Maricha spoke those acceptable and equitable words, Ravana rejected them like a person with a death wish rejects medicament.
vrm.3.40 Ushered by the Terminator the king of Rakshasas Ravana, uncouthly spoke these unbefitting words to Maricha who had been speaking conducive and beneficial words of advise.
vrm.3.40 Thus Ravana spoke to Maricha.
vrm.3.41 When Ravana perversely ordered that way in all his kingliness, Maricha spoke these words caustically and frankly to that king of Rakshasas.
vrm.3.41 "Oh, best conqueror Ravana, probity, prosperity and pleasures, and even the popularity of the ministers, oh, night walker, are achieved at the beneficence of their master.
vrm.3.41 "Contrariwise, oh, Ravana, all that beneficence of the king to ministers becomes futile when the king behaves perversely, and even the others, namely the subjects of kingdom, will derive distress by the negative virtue of their master.
vrm.3.41 "Oh, Ravana, the subjects do not flourish while a lord with contrariety and coerciveness safeguards them, just like Goats guarded by a Fox.
vrm.3.41 "All those Rakshasas will definitely ruin, oh, Ravana, to whom you are the acrimonious and malicious king with unconquered senses, though you have conquered the heaven.
vrm.3.42 Maricha though curtly said in that way, then afraid of the king of night walkers he became self pitying, and said to Ravana, let us go.
vrm.3.42 So said Maricha to Ravana.
vrm.3.42 By that word of Maricha Rakshasa Ravana is very much gladdened and he spoke this sentence tightly hugging him.
vrm.3.42 Thus Ravana said to Maricha.
vrm.3.42 Tataka s son Maricha said "All right" to Ravana, and then both Ravana and Maricha mounted the chariot as they would emplane an Aircraft and swiftly journeyed from the surroundings of Maricha s hermitage.
vrm.3.42 b, a On reaching Dandaka forest along with Maricha the king of Rakshasas Ravana has then seen the hermitage of Raghava.
vrm.3.42 b, a Alighting the chariot that is decorated with golden ornaments Ravana then spoke this sentence to Maricha taking his hand into his.
vrm.3.42 Thus Ravana hastened Maricha.
vrm.3.42 b, a "And on hearing Ravana s words Rakshasa Maricha then became a deer and indeed ambled freely in the frontage of Rama s hermitage.
vrm.3.44 But remembering the words of Ravana that Rakshasa gave a thought, how best will Seetha hasten Lakshmana to this place, and how best Ravana can abduct Seetha in a place void of people.
vrm.3.44 Perceptive of the time that chanced bearing his death, and wishful of the death of Ravana too, then made a voice that is a soundalike to Raghava s voice and yelled ha, Seetha.
vrm.3.46 Quickly taking hold of intervallic time then the ten headed Ravana approached Vaidehi adopting an aspect of a sanyaasi, a meandering Brahman friar.
vrm.3.46 a As with a pitchiest gloom overcoming the sunless and moonless lively eventide, that great mighty Ravana came over to Vaidehi in that forest, when she is without two of the brothers, namely Rama and Lakshmana.
vrm.3.46 As a sinister planet looks over Star Rohini when she is devoid of Moon, that extremely sinister Ravana then looked over the glorious and youthful princess Seetha.
vrm.3.46 b, a On observing ferocious Ravana whose activities are iniquitous, the trees of Janasthana are not in full sway, nor the wind is in full swing.
vrm.3.46 In the meanwhile the Dasamukha Rakshasa Ravana, who is all the while waiting for some lapse of Rama, neared Vaidehi in the getup of a sanyaasi.
vrm.3.46 b, a That disgraceful Ravana made advances in a graceful mien of Brahman almsman to Vaidehi who is thinking over her husband, like the slow moving Saturn making advance to Star Citra which will be ominous.
vrm.3.46 b, a Like a wellspring shrouded by grass, enshrouded in a decent getup of a Brahman friar, in a trice Ravana leeringly stood before of Vaidehi, the admirable wife of Rama.
vrm.3.46 While standing before her then Ravana eyed at the auspicious wife of Rama, whose lips and teeth are fine, visage is shiny like a full moon, and who is presently tortured by her tearful lamentation and sitting in the straw cottage, and he approached that lotus petal eyed Vaidehi who is dressed in ochry silks, as that night walker is gladdened at his heart for her solitude.
vrm.3.46 b, He who is hit by the arrows of Kamadeva that king of Rakshasas Ravana, on seeing Seetha entered resonating the resonances of Vedic hymns as precursory in seeking alms, and spoke these well mannered sentences to her who is in solitariness.
vrm.3.46 Ravana really acclaimed her who is an excellent one in all the three worlds, beaming forth with the beauty of her body, and who is like Goddess Lakshmi but for Divine lotus as Her settle, for Seetha is devoid of her settling, namely Rama.
vrm.3.46 "Glittering like the glitter of gold, silkened in ochry silks, you are like a lotus tendril garlanded with divine lotuses as your ensemble, who are you?" Thus Ravana started addressing Seetha
vrm.3.46 "Oh, auspicious lady, who are you? Whose are you? Also from where are you? And being lonely, what for you are moving in dreadful Dandaka forest that is adored by Rakshasas?" Thus Ravana spoke to Seetha.
vrm.3.46 b When the wicked minded Ravana praised her in this way, Vaidehi the princess from Mithila has seen him who has arrived in the getup of Brahman and started to revere him with all the respects affordable to a casual guest.
vrm.3.46 Thus Seetha said to Ravana.
vrm.3.46 Ravana thoroughly observed that wife of the king, Maithili, when she invited him talking civilities contextual in inviting a guest, that too Brahman sanyasi, and he firmed up his mind to abduct her even forcibly, and started to dedicate himself for destruction.
vrm.3.47 When Ravana whose intention is to abduct her has enquired thus, then on the basis of his Brahman friar s mien Seetha informed about herself on her own.
vrm.3.47 For what reason you are wandering in Dandaka forest lonesomely?" Thus Seetha questioned Ravana.
vrm.3.47 Ravana, the great mighty king of Rakshasas, brusquely replied Seetha, the wife of Rama, while she is still speaking in this way.
vrm.3.47 "Oh, Seetha, of whom all the worlds composed of Gods, Rakshasas and humans are highly startled, I am that sovereign of hosts of Rakshasas, known as Ravana.
vrm.3.47 Thus Ravana said to Seetha.
vrm.3.47 When Ravana said in this way, Seetha the daughter of Janaka, a flawless one by her physique, dishonoured and replied that Rakshasa.
vrm.3.47 Thus Seetha gave her vent to her disdainful feelings towards Ravana.
vrm.3.47 On speaking these sentences with high strung words, with all her unsullied intentions to that highly sullied night rambler Ravana, her fragile body trembled tormentedly as with a banana plant up heaved by gust.
vrm.3.47 On closely marking Seetha to be tremulous, he that Ravana whose impetus is Death similar, clearly informed her of his name, caste, competency, and capability as his purpose is to cause scare.
vrm.3.48 When Seetha spoke thus Ravana is embittered, and knitting his eyebrows he indeed spoke these rudish words to Seetha.
vrm.3.48 "I am known as Ravana, oh, lady with superb complexion, let safety betide you, the highly valorous and ten headed stepbrother of Kubera.
vrm.3.48 "I am that Ravana at whose sight all the Gods together with Gandharva s, Pisachas, Suparnas and Nagas will always be frightened and fleeing, as with the people frightened and fleeing from death.
vrm.3.48 "I am that Ravana who when infuriated for some other reason took up a duel with Kubera, his brother from stepparent, wherein that Kubera is set up against and completely trounced in a combat.
vrm.3.48 "I am that Ravana by whom Kubera, the god for Wealth Management whose vehicular transport is handled by humans, is tormented fearfully and made to completely abandon his wealthiest place which is presided over by him till then, and I am the one who made that Kubera to flee to the excellent Mountain Kailasa where he is somehow living, because I will not cause any harm on Mountain Kailasa as I hold it sacred.
vrm.3.48 "I am that Ravana, oh, auspicious lady, who just by his valour acquired Kubera s auspicious Aircraft known as Pushpaka, whose pilotage is just by the wish of its aviator, with which I will be travelling in skies.
vrm.3.48 Thus Ravana spoke to Seetha.
vrm.3.48 "All the Rakshasas will perforce get completely destroyed, oh, Ravana, for whom you the cruel and culpable one with uncontrolled senses is the king, and you will be blameworthy for the elimination of righteous Rakshasas like Vibhishana, et al.
vrm.3.48 Thus Seetha spoke to Ravana.
vrm.3.49 On hearing Seetha s words that valorous ten headed Ravana loudly clapped in dissent for once and divulged his very mighty body.
vrm.3.49 That wordsmith Ravana again spoke these words to Maithili, "Perhaps you have not heard about my valour and vanquishes in all your madness for Rama.
vrm.3.49 So said Ravana when revealing his real nature.
vrm.3.49 While the infuriated Ravana is saying in that way his eyes which by themselves are torchlit in their shine have became further bloodshot and blackened at their edges.
vrm.3.49 Immediately discarding the gentle form of a Brahman friar, that younger brother of Kubera, Ravana, assumed his own ferocious form which is similar to the form of Terminator.
vrm.3.49 That celebrated Ravana whose eyes are bloodshot as he is ensorcelled by desperate fury transmuted his form into a tend faced, twenty armed night walker wearing golden ornaments of purified gold and appearing as a black tempestuous cloud.
vrm.3.49 a On discarding that guise of a Brahman friar that sovereign of Rakshasas Ravana educed his own physique and then that mighty bodied one attired in reddish clothing stood before Maithili observing that gem of a lady.
vrm.3.49 b, She whose tresses are glossily blackish until their ends, and who has on her glittering jewellery and silken ochry sari, whereby who is imperceivable like sun s glaring shine, to such Maithili Ravana spoke.
vrm.3.49 a "Oh, halfwitted lady, you who deem yourself a highly intellectual lady, listen, that mindless Rama who just by a word of a woman forebode kingdom along with all of his amiable people, and lives in this forest where the predators are on the prowl, thus he who is spurned off from kingdom, ungainful are his purposes, and who is even a short lived human, I wonder by what merits you are impassioned for such a Rama?" Thus Ravana spoke to Seetha.
vrm.3.49 b, a On saying that sentence to Maithili, who by herself is a nice talker and who is a proper one for addressing with nice words, that verily evil minded Rakshasa Ravana maddened by lust drew nigh of Seetha and grabbed her, as Budha, the Jupiter grabs the Star Rohini in firmament.
vrm.3.49 He that Ravana grabbed the lotus eyed Seetha on lifting her up with his left hand at her plait of hair at nape, and with his right hand at her thighs.
vrm.3.49 Then the miracle air chariot of Ravana which is miraculously designed to appear and disappear at the wish of its master, yoked with miraculous mules, and built with its golden wheels and parts, appeared afore Ravana braying noisily.
vrm.3.49 Then he whose voice is strident that Ravana lifted her up by her waist and got Vaidehi up on the air chariot intimidating her with bitter words.
vrm.3.49 Agonised with anguish when gone into the captivity of Ravana, she that glorious Seetha wailed loudly for Rama saying oh, Rama, which Rama has gone deep into the forest by then.
vrm.3.49 Ravana who is infatuated with lust picked her up, which lady is disinclined for any kind of sensuality and who is verily writhing like the wife of King Cobra, and then he surged skyward and flew off with her in his air chariot.
vrm.3.49 "Oh, enemy inflamer Rama, I reckon that you are an absolute controller of uncontrollable beings, I wonder why you are not controlling this kind of sinner, Ravana, indeed?" This is how Seetha started her cry in wilderness.
vrm.3.49 Thus, she is addressing Ravana now.
vrm.3.49 Thus, she upbraided Ravana.
vrm.3.49 "I call the attention of the flowered Karnikara trees of Janasthana, you inform Rama that Ravana is thieving Seetha.
vrm.3.49 "I pray you who are with the bustle of swans and saarasa water Birds, oh, River Godavari, you promptly tell Rama that Ravana is thieving Seetha.
vrm.3.49 "Inform my husband about his dear and loftier wife than his lives, saying that, helpless Seetha is stolen by Ravana.
vrm.3.49 She that well waisted lady who has gone into the captivity of Ravana craned and stared at the eagle, and worsted by fear she shrieked squeakily with a stuttering voice that is walloped with anguish.
vrm.3.50 Jatayu who is slumbering away craned and stared on hearing the voicing of Seetha and then he saw Ravana and even Vaidehi.
vrm.3.50 Such as I am, oh, Dasamukha Rakshasa Ravana, I am the mightiest king of Eagles known by the name Jatayu.
vrm.3.50 "How a king adhering to probity can lay his hands on the wives of others? If it is a king s wife, oh, great mighty Ravana, she is to be safeguarded particularly.
vrm.3.51 Jatayu, the lord of Birds, being a vanquisher of enemies outstripped Ravana and ripped off ten left arms of Ravana with his beak, with which left arms Ravana is clutching Vaidehi, in order to release her from his clutches.
vrm.3.51 The valorous Dasamukha Ravana then threw off Seetha, and out of fury he scuffled with the king of Eagles with fisticuffs and kicks, by both his feet and fists.
vrm.3.51 Ravana brandishing his sword at Jatayu, who is revolting for the sake of Rama, hewed off both of his wings, sides, and feet.
vrm.3.51 Ravana, the monarch of Lanka, gazed at that worthily valorous Jatayu, who in his shine is like a blue black cloud with a whitely white chest and who by now is like a quiescent fire storm flattened onto ground.
vrm.3.51 But then Seetha, the daughter of Janaka, whose face vies with moonshine hugged eagle Jatayu, whom Ravana has subjugated with his forcefulness and felled down onto the surface of earth, and she wept over incessantly.
vrm.3.52 Seetha whose visage is like a full moon wept on gazing the king of Eagles Jatayu whom Ravana nearly killed.
vrm.3.52 "Oh, Rama, this sky flier Jatayu who mercifully came here to save me is verily mangled on his encountering Ravana, and he is sprawling on earth, indeed by my ill luck.
vrm.3.52 That sovereign of Rakshasas, Ravana, rushed towards Vaidehi whose garlands and jewellery are muddled up and who is bawling like an orphanized one.
vrm.3.52 Ravana, the lord of Rakshasas, has repeatedly and harshly taunted Seetha saying, leave it off, leave it off.
vrm.3.52 On seeing Seetha s appropriation by an impropriate being, the dwellers in Dandaka forest cognised that Ravana s annihilation has chanced coincidentally.
vrm.3.52 Ravana, the lord of Rakshasas, on wresting Seetha who is bawling, Rama".
vrm.3.52 When her ochreish silk sari s upper fringe is upheaved by air onto to Ravana, Ravana looked blazing like a mountain set ablaze, muchly and overly.
vrm.3.52 Reddish and scented lotus petals adorning that highly auspicious Seetha have slithered, but again upheaved by air they are bestrewn on Ravana.
vrm.3.52 As with a stalk less lotus the immaculate visage of Seetha is unbright in the sky when she is on the flank of Ravana as Rama is not in vicinage.
vrm.3.52 Nevertheless, when she has gone in the flank of Ravana on the sky such an immaculate face of Seetha turned like a palish moon that has just risen bursting a bluish cloud.
vrm.3.52 Seetha, the daughter of Janaka, with a complexion that is goldenly yellowish in the tinge of a lotus, moreover with her ornaments of purified gold, flashed like a lightning possessed in a dark cloud, when that stonehearted Ravana possessed her.
vrm.3.52 Though that flower shower has fallen all over, it is windswept by the speed of Ravana, and fell again on that Dasamukha Rakshasa.
vrm.3.52 Like the garland of pristine stars that circles round the loftiest Mountain Meru, that flower shower circled Ravana, the brother of Kubera.
vrm.3.52 She that Vaidehi who is so delicate like reddish leaflets of trees made that blackish bodied lord of Rakshasas, Ravana, well and truly lambent, herself becoming a golden girdle girded around the Elephant like Ravana.
vrm.3.52 Or Ravana, the brother of Kubera, on invading the sky abducted that radiant Seetha who is radiating the sky by her own radiancy like a massive meteor.
vrm.3.52 The trees on which diverse Birds are perching have been stirred up with the wind blown and up heaved by the gust of Ravana s flight, while the swaying motion of those treetops is as though waving hands to console Seetha saying, "fear not.
vrm.3.52 "When Ravana is abducting none other than the wife of Rama, then there is no probity.
vrm.3.53 Maithili, the daughter of Janaka, on seeing the skyward flight of Ravana taking her along became highly frantic and remaining in highest dismay she is distraught.
vrm.3.53 Seetha whose eyes turned coppery red with tears and resentment, still outpouring tears while being abducted she piteously poured this scorn on that gory eyed Rakshasa s chief, Ravana.
vrm.3.53 "You knave Ravana, you are taking flight on thieving me after prowling about my loneliness, such as you are, are you not ashamed in the least for this subterfuge.
vrm.3.53 by ear shattering your great name saying that I am Ravana.
vrm.3.53 "Oh, Ravana, positively contemplate in your soul and politely release me.
vrm.3.53 b, a "Oh, Ravana, you will see the ghastly River Vaitarani which will be tumultuously streaming with blood streams, also thus you will see the grisly sword leaved forests in hell.
vrm.3.53 b, a "You are bound by the unpreventable lasso of the Time, oh, Ravana, on going where you will get complacency from that uncompromising husband of mine? b, a "By whom fourteen thousand Rakshasas are killed in war just within a minute, single handedly without any help from his brother, how then that brave and mighty Raghava, an expert in all kinds of missiles, will not eliminate you, the stealer of his chosen wife, with his mordant arrows?" Thus Seetha poured forth her ire at Ravana.
vrm.3.53 On saying this much and other exacting words, Vaidehi who has gone onto the flank of Ravana, indeed lamented lamentably as her dismay is coalesced with her distress.
vrm.3.54 a On his part that Dasamukha Ravana has not noticed her action in whipping up her silky upper cloth and ornaments, their bundling and stowing away at five vanara s, owing to his own hurry.
vrm.3.54 The chief of Rakshasas Ravana captivating Maithili, who is still wailing, has crossed the Pampa region down underneath and advanced facing the City of Lanka.
vrm.3.54 b, a Ravana is jubilantly happy in stealing his own death alias Seetha, as one would carry a stingingly fanged and lethally venomous she snake in his own lap.
vrm.3.54 b, a Then the Siddha s and Caarana s available in airspace averred saying, "this alone is the end of Dasamukha Ravana.
vrm.3.54 b, a Ravana entered the city of Lanka transporting Seetha, while she wriggling in his flank, who appeared like the personified death of Ravana wriggling its way into his Lanka.
vrm.3.54 Or Ravana placed down Seetha whose eyelashes are blackish and who is deep in bewilderment caused by whimpering, therein his palace chambers, as Rakshasa Maya once kept his lady love, an Apsara called Hema, in a Rakshasa Black Hole.
vrm.3.54 That Dasamukha Ravana also instructed the bogey sightly bogeywomen, "your watch and ward shall be in such a way that neither a female nor a male can see Seetha impermissibly.
vrm.3.54 Thus Ravana ordered the chamber Rakshasi s.
vrm.3.54 b, He who is egocentric by the boon awarded by Brahma for his invincibleness, that Ravana on giving an audience to those eight Rakshasas spoke this sentence to them praiseful of their might and valour.
vrm.3.54 Thus Ravana spoke to those eight Rakshasas.
vrm.3.54 Then on picking up those words amiable to all intents and purposes of Ravana, those eight Rakshasas departed from Lanka on hailing Ravana, and they collectively journeyed in the direction of Janasthana with their imperceivable appearances.
vrm.3.54 Ravana is then highly gladdened well and truly on gaining over Seetha, and even for holding sway over that Maithili, and equally for the well wrought and archly animosity with Rama, whereby that Rakshasa Ravana is hypocritically amused.
vrm.3.55 On directing those eight ghastly Rakshasas Ravana is amused in his heart of hearts that he has accomplished a great feat.
vrm.3.55 On continually musing upon Vaidehi Ravana is tormented with the arrows of Kamadeva, thereby to lay eyes on Seetha he post hastily entered the beautiful palace.
vrm.3.55 That paradisiacal mansion house of Dasamukha Ravana is congestive with innumerable cupolaed skyscrapers, adored with thousands of females, frequented by diverse bevies of Birds, and it comprised of numerous gemstones.
vrm.3.55 a Ravana walked up the wonderful golden staircase along with Seetha, and the rows of skyscrapers with windows that are ivoried and silvered and with window blinds are seen from the windows of the landing on that flight of stairs, which are also ivoried and silvered windows with window blinds, and all are amusing for sight.
vrm.3.55 b, That Dasamukha Ravana displayed the multiple stories of his own palace which is all over white marbled and diamond encrusted to Maithili.
vrm.3.55 Ravana continued to display the descendible wellsprings and leisure pools from which diverse flowers have sprung and overspread them, regardless of Seetha s languishing under her anguish.
vrm.3.55 On flaunting his best palace in its entirety to Vaidehi that dirty minded Ravana spoke this sentence to Seetha in order that she may be tempted on her own, lustily.
vrm.3.55 Thus Ravana started his self eulogy.
vrm.3.55 b, a "Oh, lady with a comely countenance, your visage is lotus similar in its shine, besides being immaculate, fairish and eyeful, but oh, curvaceous lady, with such a mushily maudlin of such a face this palace of mine is unbright, thus marry me to brighten everything" Thus Ravana spoke to Seetha.
vrm.3.55 b, a While Ravana is speaking to her in this way that graceful lady Seetha veiled her moonier face with fringe of her sari, and stiflingly dispelled tears on that mooniest face behind her half veil.
vrm.3.55 To her who is disconcerted and whose anguish marred her brilliance and who is appearing as though pondering over the question of her submittal to Ravana, or otherwise, although she is meditating, to such a Seetha Ravana the nightwalker said these words.
vrm.3.55 a "I with a lustful hollow heart spoke all these hollow words that are unbefitting to my stature, indeed, Ravana will never supplicate headlong to whosoever woman.
vrm.3.55 b, c That Dasamukha Ravana on speaking thus to Maithili, who is the daughter of Janaka, deemed that she is mine, as he has gone under the sway of the Terminator.
vrm.3.56 She that Vaidehi who is haggard by anguish boldly spoke to Ravana when he addressed her in that way, duly placing a blade of straw in between herself and Ravana.
vrm.3.56 "Even if you are unkillable either by Gods or by Rakshasas, you Ravana, you will not be disenthralled by Rama while you are alive, for you hatched a very great animosity in him against you.
vrm.3.56 Thus Seetha castigated Ravana.
vrm.3.56 a Vaidehi on speaking those highly caustic words angrily to Ravana in this way, she that Maithili spoke no more in that matter.
vrm.3.56 b, a On hearing Seetha s scathing and hair raising censures, then Ravana retorted with these intimidatory chides.
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 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.3.64 She that River Godavari has not informed Rama about Vaidehi just out of fear on recalling the mien and manoeuvres of malefic minded Ravana, lest Ravana may drain her away.
vrm.3.64 these two armours, one belonging to the combatant from this chariot that is ripped off by Jatayu and fallen from the body of Ravana, and the other belonging to this charioteer, both are encrusted fully with arrows when Jatayu winnowed the very same arrows shot by Ravana
vrm.3.67 "Oh, boy Rama, blest is your eternality, for whom you are searching as with the search of a rejuvenescent herb in the vast of forest, Ravana stole that lady and my lives, too.
vrm.3.67 "I have seen that lady while being stolen by brute forced Ravana when you and even Lakshmana absented from her.
vrm.3.67 and in a combat Ravana is rendered as one with utterly battered chariot.
vrm.3.67 when I am overtired Ravana gashed my wings and flew skyward taking Seetha of Videha kingdom with him, and it will be inapt of you to kill me who am already killed by the Rakshasa.
vrm.3.68 Rama on seeing that eagle felled to ground by the atrocious Ravana, said this sentence to Soumitri who is an asset for good
vrm.3.68 What is the reason for Ravana in stealing that noblewoman, and even what is the wrong I have committed in his respect, keeping which in
vrm.3.68 view that Ravana stole my ladylove.
vrm.3.68 Ravana abducted Seetha.
vrm.3.68 In which spell of time Ravana has gone taking away Seetha, that spell is named as Vinda.
vrm.3.68 oh, Kakutstha, he that Ravana is unmindful of that fact and stole Seetha only to loose her.
vrm.3.68 Ravana, will ruin himself, as with a fish which swallows a baited fishhook.
vrm.3.68 b, c Impractical is your anguishing for the daughter of Janaka, as you will delight yourself with Vaidehi in no time, on killing that Ravana in the vanguard of a war.
vrm.3.68 Lakshmana, this eagle which has dashed to rescue Seetha in order to render help to me is slain by that brute forced Ravana, only because of me, you see.
vrm.3.68 That king of eagle Jatayu, who has performed a creditworthy deed of stalling and combating Ravana, but who is felled by that Ravana, went away to the merited and auspicious heavenly realms of his own, as and when consecrated by sublime sage like Rama.
vrm.3.71 b, a Ravana" conveniently stole my illustrious wife when myself and my brother exited from Janasthana.
vrm.3.72 b, a Oh, Raghava, he expedites giant bodied Vanaras in all directions to search for her, who is agonised by your parting, and he quests after the residence of Ravana for that comely lady Maithili.
vrm.4.1 dur anvaya wrong parsing of words in verse "If Ravana goes to the netherworlds, or still deeper worlds from there, oh my brother, still he will not live, Raghava.
vrm.4.5 Ravana" stole the wife of this principled one and great soul Rama when dwelling in forests, such as he is, he came seeking your refuge.
vrm.7.47 Defeating many brave heroes and the mighty Rakshasa Ravana, O Raghava, didst thou recover thy wife from great distress, enhancing the fame of thy race".
vrm.7.48 Some days having elapsed, he, with folded hands, said to Janaka, the king of Mithila, "Thou art our only refuge we have been reared by thee and by the help of thy dreadful prowess we have been able to destroy Ravana.
vrm.7.48 By your piety, truthfulness, sagacity and strength, the vicious souled Ravana hath been slain.
vrm.7.48 Forsooth, I am merely the instrument in the destruction of Ravana he hath been slain by your strength.
vrm.7.49 Those kings, proud and powerful, spoke to one another We could not face Ravana the enemy of Rama; Bharata did uselessly invite us after the destruction of Ravana.
vrm.7.51 But he said to me Having slain the irrepressible Ravana in battle the high souled Rama, the foremost of men, hath conquered thee.
vrm.7.51 I have greatly been delighted on the destruction of the vicious souled Ravana, with his relatives, sons and friends.
vrm.7.53 Indeed Rama hath accomplished a wonderfully hard work; our ancestors, the Devas, the Danavas none heard of constructing a bridge over the ocean Rama? hath slain the irrepressible Ravana with his army and brought over the Vanaras, Rikshas and Rakshasas to his own side.
vrm.7.53 Having discomitted Ravana, in the encounter Rama hath released Sita, but not being the least enraged on account of her being touched by Ravana he hath brought her to his own city.
vrm.7.53 Ravana did forcibly place Sita on her lap; how can then Rama enjoy delight in her company? Having taken her to the city of Lanka, Ravana did keep her in the Asoka forest and Sita was brought under the control of Rakshasis.
vrm.7.55 Sita hath beeh born also in the holy family of the great Janaka; gentle Lakshmana, hou knowest how in the solitary forest of Dandaka, Sita was stolen away by Ravana and how have I slain him.
vrm.7.61 Having imprecated this curse, Bhrigu was greatly pained and being propitiated by his adoration, Vishnu, fond of disciples, said "Having slain Ravana and others, I shall be, for the behoof of mankind, subject to this imprecation.
vrm.7.74 O child, that Ravana together with all his forces and vehicles hath been destroyed by thee, we know that there breathes not another king on earth capable of delivering.
vrm.7.76 When, O Satrughna, formerly I sought to slay Ravana, I did not discharge this arrow, thinking that if discharged, it would inflict great havoc on creatures.
vrm.7.81 The Rakshasa Ravana was the brother of my aunts, o thou of vicious understanding, O vile wight, it is for his wife that Rama did slay him.
vrm.7.81 It is out of hatred that I have tolerated the destruction of Ravana s family and have pardoned you all.
vrm.7.82 O thou of a vicious soul, as did the Devas behold Ravana slain so shall the Rishis and learned Brahmans behold thee, destroyed by me.
vrm.7.84 With great dificulty Rama had slain Ravana but without any trouble whatsoever thou hast accomplished this mighty work.

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