Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 30 Aug 2011 12:15 and updated at 30 Aug 2011 12:15


vrm.6.26 "A Vanara called Sweta of sivlver hue who is quick witted and cleaver, of terricfic prowess and a warrior renowned in the three worlds, has come to Sugreeva swiftly, dividing the army of Vanaras and brining great delight to the troops, he goes back at once.
vrm.6.30 Here too is the virtuous Lakshmana, resembling the most excellent Elephant among Elephants, in the path of whose arrows, even Indra himself could not survive Sweta and Jyotimukha, the sons of the sun god, a Vanara called Hemakuta, another son of Varuna, Nila the son of Visvakarma the strong and the best of Vanaras, as well as that mighty and swift Durdhara the son of Vasus are all here.
vrm.7.91 My name is Sweta and the name of my youngest brother was Suratha.
vrm.7.91 Whereto the patriarch replied: "O son of Sudeva, do thou live upon sweet savoured meat everyday O Sweta, thou didst only look to the growth of thy person when thou didst perform rigid penances.
vrm.7.91 O Sweta, thou shalt be relieved from this affliction when the irrepressible, great Saint Agastya shall reach that forest.
vrm.7.91 And the body being dissolved, the royal saint Sweta, greatly delighted, happily went to the land of immortals.
vrm.7.92 Hearing the wondrous words of the great saint Kumbhayoni, Rama, out of great curiousity and impotance of the subject, again asked him, saying "O Brahman, why was that dense forest, in which the king Sweta used to perform hard penances, divested of birds and animals? And how did he proceed to that forest devoid of men and animals for undergoing penances? I wish to hear the truth.

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