Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 30 Aug 2011 10:40 and updated at 30 Aug 2011 10:40


vrm.7.1 How was Sakra vanquished by him, and how also did he obtain the boon ?And how was the son owerful, and not his sire Ravana? How could that Rakshasa, surpassing his sire, conquer Sakra in mighty encounter, and how did he obtain the boon ?O foremost of anchorets, do thou to day unfold all this unto oe, who ask for the same.
vrm.7.3 Thou shalt be the fourth among Sakra, the lord of waters, etc.
vrm.7.6 Even Narayana and Rudra, Sakra and Yama, ever fear to stay before us in the field.
vrm.7.19 And then Ravana sovereign of the Rakshasas presented himself before Ayodhya, governed by Anaranya, like Amaravati ruled by Sakra.
vrm.7.19 And then himself drawing his bow resembling the bow itself of Sakra, that foremost of sovereigns, beside himself with wrath, approached Ravana.
vrm.7.26 That club, resembling the lightning, vehemently descended upon Ravana s carand Ravana, like Sakra s banner, was speedily upset by that.
vrm.7.32 Being thus addressed by Sakra, the Devas, his equals in the encounter and gifted with great prowess, armed themselves for fight.
vrm.7.32 By thee the worlds have been settled and myself and Sakra, the lord of the celestial.
vrm.7.32 Being thus addressed by Sakra the lord Naranaya; said "Do not fear, hear what I say He is invincible by vitue of the boon, and that vicious souled one is incapable of being vanquished even by the Devas and Asuras.
vrm.7.33 Thereupon Sakra s son, known as divine Jayanta, proceeded towards the field of action in a wondrous car.
vrm.7.33 And the powerful Ravana, stricken with fire and with eyes expanded, covered Sakra s son with arrows.
vrm.7.33 Having beheld his own army slain by the Devas the highly powerful Dasanana, enraged, entered the ocean of celestial army and slaying the Devas in the conflict confronted Sakra.
vrm.7.33 Thereupon Sakra took up his huge bow by the twang where of the ten quarters Were filled.
vrm.7.34 Thereupon being apprised of his intention, Sakra, the king of the Devas, stationed on car, said to the Devas, in the field of battle "O ye Devas hear my words, what appear to me best.
vrm.7.34 Having said this and left aside Ravana, Sakra went to another side, O King, and fought terrifying the Rakshasas in the conflict.
vrm.7.34 Thereupon beholding his own army slain Sakra, returned fearlessly and obstructed the Dasagriva.
vrm.7.34 In the interim beholding Ravana brought under his grasp by Sakra the Asuras and Rakshasas cried aloud.
vrm.7.34 And having seen Mahendra carried away by force from the battle field the Devas thought What is this?" That conqueror of Sakra and subduer of enemies, conversant with illusory powers, was not visible, by whom, Indra, although master of many illusions, was carried away by force.
vrm.7.34 Hearing those words of Ravana s son the Devas retired from thebattle and went away without Sakra.
vrm.7.35 Hearing the words uttered by the grand father the highly powerful Meghanada said to the eternal lord "Hear, then, what I want in exchange for releasing Sakra.
vrm.7.35 Being proud of dignity, O Sakra, O lord, O Purandara thou didst regard her in thy mind as thy spouse.
vrm.7.35 Thou shalt, therefore, O Sakra, go under the arms of the enemies, in conflict.
vrm.7.80 Indra having said this, the high souled Mandhata replied: O Sakra, who on this earth, hath disobeyed my commands ?"Whereto Indra replied "O sinless one, the night ranger, Lavana, Madhu s son, living in Madhuvana, is not under thy control.

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