Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 30 Aug 2011 11:33 and updated at 30 Aug 2011 11:33


vrm.2.36 There, the aged and the upright chief minister Siddhartha by name who was highly esteemed by the king, spoke to Kaikeyi these words: Asamanja" the evil minded, catching hold of children playing in the street and throwing them in the waters of saryu river, took delight in it" By watching him, all the citizens were angry and spoke to the king, "choose either to keep yourself Asamanja alone or to preserve us, Oh the promoter of the state!" Thereupon the king said to them, "For what reason is this fear? Duly asked by the king, those people also replied these words:
vrm.2.36 Hearing the words of Siddhartha, king Dasaratha spoke to Kaikeyi in the most tiresome tone, with a voice choked with deep anguish, as follows.
vrm.2.36 "Oh, the sinful being! Do you not agree with these words of Siddhartha? By resorting to the path of the deplorable, you with a bad behaviour, are not alive to my interests or to your own.
vrm.2.68 Hearing their words, Vasistha spoke as follows: O, Siddhartha! O, Jayanta! O, Vijaya! O, Ashoka! O, Nandana! Please come.
vrm.6.127 On hearing that command of Shatrughna, Dhrushti, Jayanta, Vijaya, Siddhartha, Arthasadhaka, Ashoka, Mantrapala and Sumantra proceeded with joy.
vrm.6.128 Ashoka, Vijaya and Siddhartha, with a great concern, discussed about Rama s advancement and the prosperity of the City.
vrm.7.72 The ministers of Dasaratha and Rama, Vrishthi, Yayanta, Vijaya, Siddhartha, Rashtravarddhana, Asoka, Darmapala the highly powerful Sumantra and others were well versed in laws, high minded, conversant with all the Sastras, intelligent, born in respectable families, and adepts in counsel.

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