Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 30 Aug 2011 10:49 and updated at 30 Aug 2011 10:49


vrm.1.9 "Oh, king, I have earlier heard of this present advice given to you by Vedic scholars, as godly Sage Sanatkumara has once narrated an account about the arrival of your sons in the presence of other sages, and sage Sanat Kumara said.
vrm.1.9 so said Sage Sanatkumara to other sages and all this is retold by me.
vrm.1.11 This way he that ancient and godly Sage Sanatkumara, who is also Brahma s brain child like Narada, said this legend in earlier Divine Era, called krita yuga.
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.7.43 Being prised of Ravana s intention, the saint Sanatkumara, who saw every thing through his devotion, said to him out of it Hear my son.
vrm.7.43 Hearing those Words of the great ascetic Sanatkumara, Ravana, the lord of Rakshasas, bowing, replied "Being slain by Hari to what station do the Daityas, Danavas and Rakshasas attain? And why doth Hari destroy them ?"Whereto Sanatkumara replied "Whoever are slain by the Devas do eternally reside in their region.
vrm.7.43 Hearing those words given vent to by the great ascetic Sanatkumara the night ranger Ravana, being worked up with delight and surprise, began to meditate how he should enter into conflict with Hari.
vrm.7.44 Meditating again and again over Sanatkumara s words and delighted he began to journey for battle.
vrm.7.46 Hearing this from the Rishi Sanatkumara, the long lived Narada described this unto me.
vrm.7.46 Dasanana, to a letter I followed the instructions of Sanatkumara.

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