Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 30 Aug 2011 11:04 and updated at 30 Aug 2011 11:04


vrm.6.33 Seeing the bewildered Seetha, a Rakshasa named Sarama an affectionate female companion then approached Seetha, her beloved Seetha, her beloved friend.
vrm.6.33 Sarama, the soft spoken woman, consoled Seetha who having been infatuated by Ravana was very much in distress.
vrm.6.33 Sarama, who was assigned by Ravana to guard Seetha, was kind hearted and firm in austerity.
vrm.6.33 The affectionate Sarama found Seetha stupefied and just risen after rolling in the dust and soiled, resembling a female Horse.
vrm.6.33 Sarama consoled the very virtuous Seetha as follows O, Seetha! Be comfortable! Do not get perturbed in your mind.
vrm.6.33 While Sarama, the Rakshasa was talking as aforesaid with Seetha a terrific sound was heard, from the troops engaged in the impending war.
vrm.6.33 Hearing the crashing sound of kettle drums, made to sound like a thunder storm with a drum stick, Sarama in her sweet voice spoke to Seetha as follows: O, timid Seetha! This frightful sound of a kettledrum is indeed indicative of preparation for a war.
vrm.6.34 Seetha, who was overwhelmed with anguish on hearing Ravanas words, was comforted and rendered happy by Sarama, as parched earth is solaced by rain.
vrm.6.34 Desiring to be of further service to her friend Seetha, the affectionate Sarama, skilled in the knowledge of time, smiling while talking, spoke the following words at that appropriate time.
vrm.6.34 To Sarama, who was speaking as aforesaid, Seetha her voice no longer charged with grief, gently and sweetly replied in the following words: You are capable of going to heaven or to the penultimate subterranean region.
vrm.6.34 The soft spoken Sarama, wiping her face, which got moist with tears, replied as follows to Seetha who was speaking as aforesaid: If your opinion is like this, I shall go on that account, O, Seetha! Having grasped the feeling of the enemies, I shall return O, Seetha! Speaking thus, Surama thereafter went to the vicinity of that Rakshasa and heard the conversation of Ravana who was with his ministers.
vrm.6.34 Sarama, who knew how to investigate could hear the wicked Ravanas resolve and soon returned to Ashoka grove.
vrm.6.34 Sarama, who entered the Ashoka grove, saw Seetha who looked like Lakshmi the goddess of prosperity bereft of the lotus and waiting for her only.
vrm.6.34 When Seetha trembling with fear enquired thus, Sarama narrated all the conversation of Ravana together with his ministers.
vrm.7.12 And Vibhishana obtained for his wife the righteousdamsel named Sarama daughter unto the high souled Sailusha sovereign of the Gandharvas.
vrm.7.12 And while the lake, Manasa, was swollen with water on the arrival of the rains, her mother, hearing her cries, afectionately said, Saromavarddhata O lake, do not swell, and from this circumstance, her name became Sarama.

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