Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 30 Aug 2011 11:23 and updated at 30 Aug 2011 11:23

VALMIKI RAMAYANA NOUN

vrm.1.50 | On hearing that Vishvamitra has arrived in Mithila, then the best king Janaka instantly forged ahead towards Vishvamitra, keeping his unreprovable priest Shataananda afore of the team, in deference to Vishvamitra. |

vrm.1.50 | Thus Janaka spoke to Vishvamitra b, a On hearing the words of Janaka that great sage Vishvamitra took his seat, and king Janaka also took seat along with his royal priest Shataananda, and the administrators of that Vedic ritual, namely Ritvik s, and along with his ministers. |

vrm.1.50 | On informing all these incidents to Janaka as well as to Shataananda, who incidentally is the son of Ahalya, sage Vishvamitra paused. |

vrm.1.51 | On hearing that sentence of that intellectual sage Vishvamitra, the highly refulgent and the great ascetic Shataananda is overjoyed, and Sage Shataananda, the eldest son of Sage Gautama, and whose radiance is brightened by his own ascesis is highly amazed just on seeing Rama. |

vrm.1.51 | On raptly observing those two princes who are sitting comfortably with their heads bending down submissively, then Shataananda spoke to the eminent sage Vishvamitra. |

vrm.1.51 | "Oh, Kaushika, on his arrival at my mother s place whether this reverential Rama reverenced my father with a pacified heart without becoming contumelious!" Thus sage Shataananda exclaimed at the marvel occurred through Rama. |

vrm.1.51 | On hearing that sentence of his, that great saint and sentence precisian Sage Vishvamitra, replied the sentence precisionist Sage Shataananda. |

vrm.1.51 | On hearing those words of that highly intellectual Vishvamitra, high refulgent sage Shataananda spoke these words to Rama. |

vrm.1.51 | Thus Sage Shataananda continued his narration. |

vrm.1.53 | Thus Sage Shataananda continued the legend of Shabala or Kaamadhenu, as a part of the legend of Vishvamitra to Rama and others. |

vrm.1.53 | So said Vashishta to Vishvamitra, and thus Sage Shataananda continued his narration of the legend of Sacred Cow. |

vrm.1.54 | Sage Shataananda continued the narration of the legend of Vishvamitra. |

vrm.1.54 | Thus Sage Shataananda continued his narration of Vishvamitra. |

vrm.1.55 | Thus Sage Shataananda continued his narration about the legend of Vishvamitra to Rama. |

vrm.1.55 | Thus, Sage Shataananda continued his narration of Vishvamitra s legend. |

vrm.1.56 | Thus, sage Shataananda continued his narration of Vishvamitra s legend. |

vrm.1.56 | Thus Sage Shataananda continued his narration of Vishvamitra s legend. |

vrm.1.57 | Thus Sage Shataananda continued his narration of Vishvamitra s legend. |

vrm.1.57 | Sage Shataananda thus continued narration. |

vrm.1.58 | Thus, sage Shataananda continued his narration to Rama and others. |

vrm.1.58 | So Shataananda continued. |

vrm.1.58 | So said Sage Shataananda to Rama and others continuing the legend of Vishvamitra. |

vrm.1.59 | Thus Sage Shataananda continued his narration. |

vrm.1.60 | Sage Shataananda continued his narration of Trishanku s legend. |

vrm.1.60 | Sage Shataananda continued. |

vrm.1.60 | Thus Sage Shataananda continued the narration of the legend. |

vrm.1.61 | Thus Shataananda continued to narrate the legend of Vishvamitra. |

vrm.1.61 | Thus Sage Shataananda continued his narration. |

vrm.1.62 | Thus Sage Shataananda continued the legend of Shunashepa, as a part of Vishvamitra s legend. |

vrm.1.62 | Thus Sage Shataananda continued the narration of Vishvamitra s legend. |

vrm.1.63 | Thus Sage Shataananda continued the legend of Vishvamitra. |

vrm.1.63 | Thus Sage Shataananda continued his narration. |

vrm.1.64 | Thus Sage Shataananda continued the legend of Vishvamitra to Rama. |

vrm.1.64 | Thus Shataananda continued. |

vrm.1.65 | Thus Sage Shataananda continued the legend of Vishvamitra. |

vrm.1.65 | On narrating the legend of Vishvamitra in this way that best Brahman and great resplendent Sage Shataananda took respite. |

vrm.1.65 | And on listening the narration of Sage Shataananda said in the presence of Rama and Lakshmana, king Janaka said this sentence to Kushika s son, Vishvamitra, with suppliantly adjoined palms. |

vrm.1.65 | b, a "Oh, great resplendent Brahman, myself and the noble souled Rama have heard about your great ascesis when Sage Shataananda extolled it comprehensively. |

vrm.1.68 | Thus the sovereign of Videha kingdom said these endearing words, abiding by the counsel of Sage Shataananda, and Sage Vishvamitra is also consentient to the proposal. |

vrm.1.70 | Shataananda, the royal priest. |

vrm.1.70 | So said Janaka to Shataananda. |

vrm.1.70 | That way when Janaka asseverated that enunciation in the presence of Shataananda, Shataananda in turn ordered and summoned envoys, and then some alacritous envoys have come, whom Janaka ordered to proceed to his brother. |

vrm.1.70 | Kushadhvaja addressed himself to the insightful one and a compassionate person in the duty of an elder brother, namely Janaka, and on reverencing sage Shataananda firstly, next he has reverenced his fondly affectionate brother Janaka, and then he sat upon a majestic seat, that which is befitting to kings. |

vrm.1.73 | Thus said, that godly sage Vashishta on saying, so be it, to Janaka, embarked on arranging Altar of Fire keeping sage Vishvamitra and the virtuous sage Shataananda afore of him, and that sage with great ascesis, Vashishta, has arranged an Altar of Fire in the midpoint of the cool thatched manorial marriage shed, decorating it with sandal paste and flowers. |

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