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


vrm.5.1 Then they heard words of Charanas, Siddhas and pure hearted Rishis who were located in that clear sky.
vrm.7.5 Fear and disterss, from these penances having struck the Devas, the Rishis and the Rakshasas, God Brahma appeared before them and addressed them thus: "O formost among the Rakshasas, stop your terrible penace, that afflicts the whole world.
vrm.7.5 The Devas, the Rishis, Yakshas, Gandharvas, Daityas and Danavas were all started to suffer oppression at their hands and ran away in grate confusion.
vrm.7.24 The person, who is standing at the door, hath brought into subjection, in thousands of years, a thousand of Indras, an Ayuta of Devas and hundreds of great Rishis.
vrm.7.26 Hearing the words of Parvata, Ravana said O foremost of Rishis, do thou tell me, who, of these kings going, if prayed for, may offer me the hospitality of a battle ?For sooth thou art my father ;do thou point out such a man to me O thou conversant with piety.
vrm.7.27 He then went to the seventh aerial region which is ten thousand leagues above and where dewell the Seven Rishis And again going up ten thousand leagues he reached the eighth aerial region where Ganga, known as the Ganges of the sky, having strong currents and sending high roars, and upheld by air, is situated on the sun s way.
vrm.7.40 Thereupon beholding that boy, on the lap of the Vayu,resembling gold and Vaishvanara, the four mouthed Brahma, the Devas, Gandharvas, Rishis, Yakshas and Rakshasas were all moved with pity.
vrm.7.45 Hearing this,O thou having long arms, the Rishis, and the Devas with delighted hearts, said to the ascetic Narada "He who shall reverentially listen to this story every day, shall be blessed with sons and grandsons and be honored in the region of the Devas.
vrm.7.46 The Rishis, having piety for their wealth and all the Devas have been pleased.
vrm.7.52 I wish to salute the greatly effulgent Rishis living on fruits and roots and residing on the banks of the Ganges.
vrm.7.52 I greatly desire, O Rama, that I may spend even one night in the hermitage of the Rishis living on fruits and roots.
vrm.7.55 In the precence of all the Rishis and gods, the Sun and Moon announced the innocence of the daughter of Janaka.
vrm.7.59 Beholding Sita thus wailing, the sons of the Rishis re speedily approached the great Valmiki, well established asceticism.
vrm.7.59 Beholding the great ascetic and Sita approach, the wives, of the Rishis, delighted neared them and said: Do thou come, O foremost of Rishis, thou hast arrived here after a long lime.
vrm.7.61 Rishis words shall never pove fruitless.
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.7.67 Having said this the Devas repaired to thew respective quaters and the high souled Rishis conveyed Nimi s body to the sacrificial ground and dedicated it as an edy began to churn it with great energy accompanied by incantations.
vrm.7.79 And having spent seven nights he at last arived at the hermitage of the Rishis living on the banks of the Yamuna.
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.7.82 And that hero falling there arose a terrible uproar amongst the Rishis, Devas, Gandharvas and Apsaras.
vrm.7.82 Regaining his sense within a moment, Satrughna, with a weapon in his hand, stood at the city gate and the Rishis began to praise him.
vrm.7.82 Thereupon chanting the glories of Satrughna, the Devas, Rishis, Pannagas, Apsaras, said "O son of Dasaratha, it is really fortunate, that thou, renouncing fear, hast acquired victory and that the Rakshasa Lavana hath been vanquished like a serpent.
vrm.7.85 And my desire is that thou mayst with other illustrious Rishis, grant me permission on this.
vrm.7.87 And he showed due civilities towards his minister, citizens, Rishis and all others.
vrm.7.87 Thereupon all the highly effulgent Rishis being accomodated with seats Rama narrated duly before them the account of the Brahmana and said.
vrm.7.87 Hearing those words of the poorly king, Narada, in the presence of all other Rishis, replied "Hear, king, why this boy hath met with untimely death.
vrm.7.89 The Devas having depated Rama descended from Pushpaka and saluted that effulgent and foremost of Rishis Agastya.
vrm.7.95 Hearing the words of the great and truthful Rishi the wise Rama, with folded hands, saluted him and other Rishis.
vrm.7.95 Like unto the immortals welcoming the Chief of the Devas, the Rishis showered blessings upon Rama from all sides while he was proceeding.
vrm.7.99 In this wise, the time of the destruction of creatures having arrived, the Devas being stricken with anxiety, according to the previous command of Vishnu, engaged in celebrating the sacrifice With Rishis and Ritwikas they fearfully approached Purandara ;and beholding him assailed by the sin of Brahmanicide, they with him, at their head, engaged in celebrating a horse sacrifice.
vrm.7.104 O thou having long arms, do thou also invite the Rishis, having asceticism for their wealth and other pious Brahmanas living in various provinces.
vrm.7.104 And Vibhishana, surrounded by various Rakshas and females, engaged in the service of the high souled Rishis intent on hard penances.
vrm.7.105 Vibhishana, in the company of many Rakshasas, with a collected mind, began to serve the Rishis, having asceticism for their wealth.
vrm.7.106 And beholding this wonderful sacrifice resembling that of the Devas, his followers, the Rishis, made charming cottages in a solitary corner and at no distance.
vrm.7.106 "Do ye carefully and delightedly sing the whole of Ramayana in the highly holy hermitages, of the Rishis, in the homes where perpetual fire is kept up by the Brahmanas, in streets and palaces, at the gate of Rama s house, in the sacrificial arena and before all Ritvikas.
vrm.7.108 Having addressed the assembled Rishis and kings he said "The Rishis with their desciples, and the kings with their followers and all others willing shall see Sita swear here.
vrm.7.108 Hearing the words of the high souled Rama, all the high souled Rishis began to speak of him in high terms and said :"O foremost of men, such an action becomes thee not any one else.
vrm.7.108 And having made arrangements that Sita would go through the trial next day, the high minded, generous king Rama bade adieu unto all kings and Rishis.
vrm.7.109 Next morning Rama, being present in the sacrificial ground and having sent for the Rishis, Vasishta, Vamadeva Javali, Kashyapa, Viswamitra, carrying on penances for a long time, Durvasa, Pulastya of hard austerities, Salastri, Bhargava, Markandeya living long, the highly illustrious Madgalya, Gargya, Chyavana, Satananda, conversent with religions, effulgent Varadwaya, Agnis son Vasuprava, Narada, Parvata, the great Gautama and other ascetics of firm vows, assembled with minds possessed by curiosity.
vrm.7.110 The Adityas, Vasus, Rudras, Viswadevas, Maruts, Sadhyas, Siddhas, Nagas and Rishis placing Brahma before them, all came there.
vrm.7.110 And beholding the Devas and Rishis assembled there Rama again said to Valmiki "O foremost of Munis, the words, of the high souled Rishis, are divested of sin; therefore on thy words only I shall consider Sita as having pure ways.
vrm.7.110 The Rishis, kings and other leading men present in the sacificial arena repeatedly expressed their surprise.
vrm.7.111 Sita having entered Rasatala, all the Vanaras and Rishis repeatedly eulogised her before Rama.
vrm.7.111 O Raghava, O highly illustrious one, do thou hear with the Rishis, Uttarakandam, the last portion of this poem.
vrm.7.111 Hearing the words of the great Patriarch instinct with well being, the highly effulgent Rama said to Valmiki: O illustrious sir, the Rishis living in Brahmas region have grown desirous of hearing my future history.
vrm.7.112 Thereupon the high souled Rishis having taken their seats Kusa and Lava began the last portion of the Uttarakandam.
vrm.7.113 Having thus welcomed that foremost of Rishis and accepted the valuable presents sent by his maternal uncle he asked the ascetic about his welfare in every thing.
vrm.7.118 Hearing those words that foremost of Rishis, Durvasa, impatient with rage, said with blood red eyes: O Saumitri, if dost thou not go even this very moment and communicate unto Rama my arrival, I shall impricate thee, Rama, Bharata, Satrughna, your sons and grand sons.
vrm.7.118 And feasting on that nectar like sweet food, Durvasa, the foremost of Rishis, thanked Rama and repaired to his own hermitage.
vrm.7.119 Lakshmana, the younger brother of Rama, being thus engaged in penances, having obstructed his breath, Apsaras, Indra and other Devas and Rishis showered flowers on him.
vrm.7.121 Apprised of Rama s determination of going to heaven, Vanaras, born of the Devas, Rishis and Gandharvas taking Sugriva before them, came there to see Rama.
vrm.7.122 The high souled Rishis and great Asuras followed the high souled Rama to the open gates of heaven.
vrm.7.123 So did all the celestial Rishis, Gandharvas Apsaras, Suparnas, Nagas, Yakhsas, Pisachas, Danavas and Rakshasas.

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