Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 30 Aug 2011 10:20 and updated at 30 Aug 2011 10:20


vrm.7.26 Seeing such a person his curiosity was greatly excited And beholding a Rishi there he said to him "Welcome thou art, O celestial saint.
vrm.7.26 And Ravana said O great Rishi, who is that person, gifted with great effulgence, who goeth surrounded by charming songsters, dancing girls and Kinnaras?" Hearing his words Parvata, the foremost of saints, again said "He is heroic and a great warrior he never returneth unsucessful from a battle field.
vrm.7.38 And beholding that dreadful Rishi approach like unto Aditya walking on foot, the warders communicated the intelligence unto the king Arjuna.
vrm.7.43 Thereupon hearing the words of the Rishi he said By thy favour I have listened to the highly sacred theme.
vrm.7.43 O Rama, in the golden age, having bowed unto the Patriarch s son, the truthful Rishi Sanatkumara, highly effulgent, resplandent like unto the sun, ning in his native brilliance and seated at his own place, Ravana, the lord of Rakshasas, said "Who is now amongst all the Devas brave and powerful, by whose help the Devas can vanquish their enemies and whom the twice born ones daily worship and the devotees meditate upon, thou having piety for wealth, O thou gifted vith six sorts of wealth, do thou describe this to me kindly.
vrm.7.46 Hearing this from the Rishi Sanatkumara, the long lived Narada described this unto me.
vrm.7.59 The pious Valmiki could perceive every thing by vitue his asceticism; and ascertaining the truth of the words the Rishi boys by the power of his understanding, he, with quick steps, approached Sita.
vrm.7.60 Heaing the words of Rishi, Dasaratha, the foremost of men, said unto me, "O charioteer, do not reveal this secret to any body.
vrm.7.61 According to the words of Rishi Rama shall install two sons of Sita in Ayodhya, not anywhere else.
vrm.7.63 Immediately befere the advent of the Kali Yuga the Rishi Nara Narayana gifted with great prowess shall descend upon earth to relieve her of the burden, "Having thus imprecated the curse upon the king the Rishis became silent.
vrm.7.65 Thereupon having finished the sacrifice of Indra there came to the King, the blameless and the illustrious Rishi Vasishta.
vrm.7.67 At first therefrom rose up the illustrious Rishi Agastya and saying I am not thine son" went away leaving Mitra.
vrm.7.67 O gentle one, the highly effulgent Ikshwaku appointed that blameless Rishi as the priest of our family as soon as he was born.
vrm.7.67 And beholding the king Nimi bodiless the intelligent Rishi initiated him into the rites of sacrifice.
vrm.7.95 Having got up in the morning and performed the necessary ceremonies he approached the ascetic to bid farewell, and saluting him said "O great Rishi, I do crave for thy permission to go to my own habitation.
vrm.7.95 Hearing the words of the great and truthful Rishi the wise Rama, with folded hands, saluted him and other Rishis.
vrm.7.107 Thereupon the night being over, having bathed and performed the Homa, both Lava and Kusa, in consonance with Rishi s command, began the song.
vrm.7.109 With her face downwards,folded palms, eyes full of tears and meditating upon Rama in her mind, Sita, following the Rishi, came before the assembly.
vrm.7.110 After the great Rishi Valmiki had said this, Rama, on beholding the daughter of Janaka resembling a celestial, in the midst of the assembly, with folded hands, said
vrm.7.113 Thereupon the great Rishi being seated, he said Thou art the foremost of those skilled in the at of speech like the very preceptor of the Devas.
vrm.7.113 Saying this he looked towards Bharata and delightedly and with folded hands said to the Rishi "O Brahmarshi, these two princes are Bharata s sons and their names are Taksha and Pushkala.
vrm.7.116 Having thus placed Lakshmana at the gate Rama said to that Rishi: O great saint, tell me what he has communicated unto thee.
vrm.7.116 O Muni, what is thy intention and by what high souled Rishi thou hast been sent here.
vrm.7.118 Hearing those dreadful and resolute words of the Rishi, Lakshmana thought within himself: My own destruction is far more desirable than that of all.

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