Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 30 Aug 2011 11:34 and updated at 30 Aug 2011 11:34


vrm.5.24 That Vanara Hanuma not talking and hiding in the Simsupa tree listened to those Rakshasa women frightening Seetha.
vrm.5.24 Being frightened by Rakshasa women who were horrible that Seetha with best face with tears in eyes and moving from there reached that Simsupa tree.
vrm.5.24 Thereafter the wide eyed Seetha nearing that Simsupa tree being surrounded by Rakshasa women was situated there with gloom.
vrm.5.42 "That well grown Simsupa tree, abounding in charming sprouts and flowers, under which Seetha herself took shelter, has been spared by him.
vrm.5.58 "Seeing that illustrious woman, the consort of Rama in such a state, I stayed perched on the same Simsupa tree, looking at her.
vrm.5.58 I, on my part, remained hidden like a bird in that Simsupa tree dense with foliage.
vrm.6.4 On the lovely mountain slopes, in blossom on all sides, Ketaki and Sindhuvara trees, the charming Vasanti, Madhavi creepers with flowers full of scent, clumps of jasmine, Chiribila, Madhuka, Vanjula and Vakula, Ranjanka and Tilaka, Nyavriksha all in flower, Mango, Patalike, Kovidara in flower, Muchulinda, Arjuna, Simsupa and Kutaja, Hintala, Timisa, Chirna and Nipa, blue Ashoka, Sarala, Ankola and Padmaka all these trees were crawled in excitement by the Vanaras who were delighted.

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