Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 30 Aug 2011 12:19 and updated at 30 Aug 2011 12:19


vrm.1.1 Vali" came out only on pacifying Tara, his wife, who deterred Vali from going to meet Sugreeva in a combat, as she doubted that Sugreeva must have come with Rama, and then Vali met Sugreeva head on.
vrm.1.3 Also thus Vali s elimination and establishing Sugreeva on throne of Vanara kingdom, grieving of Tara, the wife of Vali and empress of that kingdom, and as consented Rama s stopover during the days of rain.
vrm.1.17 Brihaspati, the Jupiter, gave rise to a great Vanara named Tara, who is the most important one among all vanara s, and who excels all by his intelligence.
vrm.4.11 "Then Vali laughed that Rakshasa off, discharged all the females namely Tara and others, and then he spoke to that stupid lord of Rakshasas in anger.
vrm.4.13 The brave Hanuma, dauntless Nala and Neela, and the captain of Vanara s captains Tara of great energy followed them rearward.
vrm.4.15 His wife Tara stepped in and showing goodwill and amity hugged him, for she is in fear and bewilderment, and said this word that is beneficial in its futurity if Vali heeds it.
vrm.4.15 Thus Tara spoke to her husband Vali.
vrm.4.15 Then, though Tara spoke beneficial and advisable words they are unimpressive to Vali for he is impounded by fatality and driven by time to his doom.
vrm.4.16 While Tara with a face that shines like the lord of stars is speaking thus, Vali dauntingly spoke to her with these words.
vrm.4.16 "He is an younger brother and an adversary in particular, oh, pretty faced Tara, can I by any reason tolerate him when he kept raving on frenetically, tell me.
vrm.4.16 "My nerve and pace of combat will be insufferable to that malign minded Sugreeva, oh, Tara, you have offered your helping suggestion and you have shown all your friendliness to me, it is enough.
vrm.4.16 Said Vali to Tara.
vrm.4.16 She that pleasant articulator and talented Tara then hugged and circumabulated Vali, suppressing her moaning, as an honour to the braver.
vrm.4.16 Then she who is a hymnodist that Tara has performed a hymnal bon voyage wishing triumph to Vali, and entered palace chambers along with other females, disoriented by her own sadness.
vrm.4.16 On Tara entering her own palace chambers along with other females, Vali emerged out of the city hissing like an infuriated great snake.
vrm.4.17 "Concluding that those kingly characteristics will be obtainable in you, and even judging by the noble dynasty of yours, I have confronted Sugreeva though Tara dissuaded me.
vrm.4.17 "Though Tara appraised me with truthful and favourable words, I just disregarded her advise owing to my own delusion, and gone into the control of Time.
vrm.4.18 "Also, I neither worry for myself, nor for Tara, nor even for any relatives of mine, as I do for my son Angada, the best virtuous one with golden bicep lets.
vrm.4.18 "He is boyish, juvenile, and the only dear son of mine, oh, Rama, as such that great mighty son of Tara needs your protection.
vrm.4.18 "The fault occurring from my fault of maltreating Sugreeva may not light upon that self reproachful Tara, and it will be apt of you to see that Sugreeva will not look down on her treating her as the wife his rival.
vrm.4.18 a "Though Tara dissuaded me I met with my brother Sugreeva in a duel as though aspiring elimination at your hand.
vrm.4.19 Tara, wife of Vali, heard that the tigerly Vanara Vali perished in fight by the arrow released by Rama.
vrm.4.19 Nearing those Vanaras that are already distressed at the fall of Vali, and that are highly frightened by Rama, and that are fleeing as though Rama s arrow is still tracking them down, Tara spoke to all of them, distressed as she is.
vrm.4.19 "Oh! Vanara s, what for you are running away in utter fright and desperation, leaving off your best king to whom all of you are ushers?" Thus Tara enquired with the Vanaras.
vrm.4.19 On hearing the words of Vanara s wife those guise changing Vanaras spoke this sentence coherently to lady Tara, befitting to present time of chaos.
vrm.4.19 So said Vanaras to Tara.
vrm.4.19 On going a small distance ahead after listening those words, she whose smile will be winsome, that lady Tara said this befitting to her personality.
vrm.4.19 So said Tara to fleeing Vanaras.
vrm.4.19 He who is like a sanctum that is hitherto worshipped by all people, that is decorated with flags and demarcated with podia, but just ravaged by an eagle for the sake of a snake which sneaked into that sanctum, and Tara saw such a Vali plumped on the ground.
vrm.4.20 On seeing her husband felled to ground with a terminator like arrow released by Rama, that resentful lady Tara whose face is lovely like the moon, reached and embraced him.
vrm.4.20 Tara is agonised when she saw the elephentine and mountainous vanara, namely Vali, reduced to no more than an uprooted tree, and she wailed fretfully with grief scorching heart.
vrm.4.20 Thus Tara said to her son Angada.
vrm.4.20 So said Tara to Vali.
vrm.4.20 So said Tara to Sugreeva.
vrm.4.20 Thus Tara lamented.
vrm.4.20 On listening Tara s lamentation the vanara females that are around became plaintive, saddened pitiably and wept piteously embracing Angada.
vrm.4.20 Thus Tara wept for Vali.
vrm.4.20 That Tara with her unblemished complexion is seated in the close proximity of her husband along with other vanara females, and weeping pitiably in that way, she decided to self immolate, and thus she flounced down onto ground where Vali is slouching.
vrm.4.21 Hanuma, the leader of Vanaras, then neared and slowly consoled Tara who has fallen to ground like a star from sky.
vrm.4.21 "All the tigerly Vanaras, oh, impeccable Tara, including this son of yours Angada, and all the lords of Vanaras and Rikshas have their guardian angel in you.
vrm.4.21 Thus spoke Hanuma to Tara.
vrm.4.21 On hearing Hanuma s words she who is tormented by the plight of her husband, that Tara replied Hanuma who is standing nearby.
vrm.4.22 "This admirable son of Tara is a coequal of yours in triumphs, and in eliminating those Rakshasas he will be in your advance guard.
vrm.4.22 "This mighty and sinewy son of Tara is youthful, and on overtaking in war this Angada will undertake actions seemly for a son of mine.
vrm.4.22 "In deciding meanings in all their subtleties and also in presages of diverse nature this daughter of Sushena, Tara, is an insightful one in every way.
vrm.4.22 But then Tara, whelmed under a ocean called affliction closely observed her dead husband s face, embraced him and collapsed onto ground as with any creeper plant when the giant tree on which it is hinging is hacked down.
vrm.4.23 Then that renowned Tara closely whiffed that face of Vanara s king Vali and spoke these words to her dead husband.
vrm.4.23 Thus wailed Tara.
vrm.4.23 b, a On giving attention to all of the blood wet limbs of her slain husband that lady Tara spoke to her son Angada whose eyes are coppery red.
vrm.4.23 Thus Tara said to Angada.
vrm.4.23 when he is paying resects to you, as earlier? Thus Tara is addressing Vali in her anguish.
vrm.4.24 On seeing Tara who quickly deluged in a speedy and vast ocean of intolerable anguish, then that Vali s mighty brother Sugreeva regretted for the killing of his matchless brother.
vrm.4.24 While that kind hearted Sugreeva observed Tara for a moment he is despaired at heart, tears filled his face, and lamenting very much he slowly paced to the near of Rama, surrounded by his attendants.
vrm.4.24 "This best of brave ones, Angada, will not live reft of his father, but his mother Tara has to live to foster her son Angada, but if Angada dies with his heartbroken for his farther, then without her son her misery will become miserable, and then she too may not live.
vrm.4.24 At that moment, Rama whose perseverance is like that of the earth and who is the protector of earth has seen Tara, who is wailing and repeatedly looking around as she is deluged in desperation, and then with all his concernedness Rama paced towards her.
vrm.4.24 On seeing at him whose eyes are graceful, one endowed with all kingly attributes, who looked best among men, and who is unseen so far, that fawn eyed Tara realized him alone as that Rama.
vrm.4.24 She on whom misfortune has chanced and who is anguished, that noble lady Tara went very quickly with highly squirming movements to the near of the highly exalted soul Rama, who matches Indra in his valour and an unreachable one for his enemies.
vrm.4.24 The body language of Tara which is so far disconcerted by the grief felt for Rama s perfect hitting, felling and achieving his object in war, namely Vali, is now disoriented to anger on seeing the very same Rama, as she is a self respectful lady.
vrm.4.24 Thus Tara pleaded with Rama for a mercy death.
vrm.4.24 Thus that way when Tara spoke to that lord and great souled Rama, Rama consoling Tara well, spoke this word of expediency, "oh, wife of valiant one, let not your mind go raving, the Creator decreed all the world to be in this way, isn t so! "And the same Creator has ordained mirth and misery and even their association, so say sagely people.
vrm.4.24 Thus Rama consoled Tara.
vrm.4.25 While a similar disquiet of Sugreeva is prevailing over Rama and Lakshmana, Rama palliatively said this to Sugreeva, and even to Tara together with Angada.
vrm.4.25 Sugreeva", you attend to the funeral rites, to be performed subsequently along with those two, Tara and Angada, and arrange for the cremation of Vali.
vrm.4.25 Tara, you go quickly and come readily fetching a palanquin of the dead, for despatch is a merit, which is truly worthwhile, especially at these times.
vrm.4.25 Tara s mood became hectic and he fleetly entered Kishkindha with his mood firmed up to get the litter of the dead.
vrm.4.25 Tara came back in a trice fetching that litter of the dead, getting it carried by gritty and suitable Vanara s.
vrm.4.25 Tara brought such a litter of the dead.
vrm.4.25 Tara and others, have promptly started out hemming round Angada, keening over their dead relative Vali.
vrm.4.25 b, a Lady Tara and all other female Vanara s, whose husband is dead, followed the funeral procession wailing in a pathetic tone.
vrm.4.25 b, a Lady Tara on seeing at her husband Vali recumbent on the bier of the litter of the dead, she then brought his head onto her lap, and wailed painfully.
vrm.4.25 Tara and others are all your ministers, oh, king, and even the people dwelling in Kishkindha city have gathered around you and sinking down, why do not you mind them? b, "Bid adieu to these ministers as usual, oh, enemy subjugator, then we all can sportfully wander in the woods in voluptuousness.
vrm.4.25 Thus Tara mourned for Vali.
vrm.4.25 While Tara is enwrapped in the grief for her husband and wailing that way, then other female Vanara s, who are equally haggard by grief have lifted her up and took her away from the body of Vali.
vrm.4.25 Those vanara s on coming together along with Sugreeva and Lady Tara, and then locating Angada in their front, they have offered water oblations to the soul of Vali.
vrm.4.29 On observing clear sky on which back clouds and electric charges have disappeared, on which Saarasa Birds are vibrantly bustling and delightful moonshine is coated, and even on observing him whose riches are abundant, who has slowed down in accumulating probity and prosperity from the viewpoint of rectitude, highly engrossed in the course of unvirtuous profligates, whose heart is given to undisturbed privacy, and the one who on achieving his goals and dearest longings has turned away from other pursuits, who regained his choicest wife, and gained highly covetable Lady Tara, thus, who is always indulged in females, merrymaking day in and day out on a par with Indra, which Indra will be sporting with the cohorts of Gandharva and Apsara females, thereby he who is making much of his fortune on getting rid of other problems, besides, he who reposed the activity of kingdom in his ministers, yet, who does not make eyes at those ministers as he is doubtless of the kingdom which was once disrupted from his control, because, that kingdom is looked after well by the very same ministers, as such he is wallowing in promiscuity, such as he is, seeking the presence of such a Sugreeva, king of Vanaras and an explicator, and even on winning his grace, he who is forthright regarding norms of ethics, an exceptional knower of subtleties of transactions and the rubrics of duty and time, that golden tongued Hanuma, the son of Vayu, spoke sweet words that are reasonable, heart pleasing,
vrm.4.31 At that time, he who is in a lustful mood, who is in the company of Lady Tara and who is enmired in privacy, that foremost Vanara Sugreeva is unheedful of the words of those bold Vanaras who brought the message.
vrm.4.31 Angada whose vitality is intense clinched himself to the feet of his father Sugreeva, and later clung to the feet of his mother Tara, and he even clasped the feet of his paternal aunt Ruma, and latching on to the feet of his parents then he stated to appeal to them about the message of Lakshmana.
vrm.4.31 "Oh, merited one, even Lakshmana has ushered this Angada hastily, oh, king, the precious son of Tara, to your presence.
vrm.4.33 The chief of Vanaras Sugreeva then staidly spoke this advantageous word to the exquisite lady Tara while his heart is bewildered with dismay.
vrm.4.33 "This brother of Raghava is mellow hearted by his nature, oh, suavely eye browed Tara, but he turned up as if with some disdain, really what must be the reason for a grudge! "What do you see as the basis of this young man s spite, oh impeccable Tara, this best one among men will not invoke despite, indeed, to a fault.
vrm.4.33 Sugreeva thus spoke to Tara.
vrm.4.33 Exquisitely featured Tara went to the proximity of Lakshmana with a waddling gait, tipsily flustering eyes, rivire strings of golden cincture dangling, and with a sticklike gracile body humbly bent.
vrm.4.33 She who is unblushing by virtue of her inebriety ad even by the gracious look of the prince Lakshmana, such a Tara spoke a highly noteworthy sentence that is dauntless in friendliness and entirely mitigatory in its vein.
vrm.4.33 "Oh, prince, what is the cause of your anger? Who is not abiding by your oral order? And who is he that draweth nigh of a wildfire that is befalling on a forest of dried up trees, without a shadow of doubt?" Tara enquired thus with Lakshmana.
vrm.4.33 "Oh, Tara, the associate of husband s prosperity! Why your husband is bound up in profligacy alone, remiss in garnering rectitude and riches, and his dereliction is unbeknownst to you, is it! "Without thinking either about the interests of the kingdom or about us that are cringing to anguish, oh, Tara, your husband along with his council of ministers is indulged in lechery.
vrm.4.33 Thus, Lakshmana spoke curtly to Tara.
vrm.4.33 On hearing his words containing means, merit and reconciliation, and of mellowly tendency of Lakshmana, Tara realized that the purpose of Rama is lapsed, but having confidence in ultimate success she again said to him.
vrm.4.33 She that vanara female Tara whose eyes are fluttery under the influence having said this way, she again picked up where she left off and sentimentally spoke this sentence to Lakshmana whose brunt is inestimable, in the interest of her husband s wellbeing.
vrm.4.33 Thus Tara affectionately invited Lakshmana inside the palace chambers.
vrm.4.33 Welcomed by Tara and hastened by haste of his duty, that dextrous enemy destroyer Lakshmana entered the select chambers.
vrm.4.35 Tara with her visage that shines like the Lord of Stars, namely the Moon, then spoke to the son of queen Sumitra, namely Lakshmana, who while he is speaking is as though blazing with his own resplendence.
vrm.4.36 In that way when Tara has submissively argued with words containing probity, Saumitri gave assent to her perspective as he is soft by his nature.
vrm.4.36 And when Lakshmana conceded to that argument of Tara, Sugreeva, the king of Vanara troops, got rid of his highly intense scare of Lakshmana, like the riddance of a dampened cloth.
vrm.4.38 b, Sugreeva speaking thus to Lakshmana, whose person itself is auspicious, then bade adieu to Lady Tara and the other female vanara s.
vrm.4.39 Sushena, the father of Lady Tara, a valorous one with the sheen of golden mountain then appeared with very many thousands of crores of vanara s.
vrm.4.39 Tara, the vanara commander, whose sparkle is as that of stars and whose valour is remarkable then appeared at a distance with five crore Vanaras.
vrm.4.42 On approaching and venerating that awesomely valorous Sushena, the father of Lady Tara, thereby his own father in law, king Sugreeva spoke this sentence while adjoining palms in supplication.
vrm.4.45 Tara, Prince regent Angada, and others.
vrm.4.46 "Unhopeful of Vali s aliveness then I arrived in Kishkindha, and on getting the very magnificent kingdom of Kishkindha, and also Ruma along with Tara, I was peaceably staying there with friends.
vrm.4.48 Tara, and others to that province which Sugreeva has indicated, namely the south.
vrm.4.50 Tara and others, the Vanara Hanuma searched the caves and thick forests of Vindhya Range.
vrm.4.50 Tara have searched that province in southern direction that is encompassed with interlocked mountains, and during their search there they have observed a wide opened and impassable cavity known as Riksha cavity which is well guarded by a Danava called Maya.
vrm.4.53 Tara spoke this to them, "enough is your desperation, if you all are interested let us enter that cave again where we can live.
vrm.4.53 Tara to all.
vrm.4.53 Tara that are trended to Angada s words, all the Vanaras compliantly spoke with believability, "in which way we all will not be killed that way may be waymarked, and promptly make it happen now only.
vrm.4.54 When Lt Tara whose resplendence is similar to moonshine has spoken that way, then Hanuma deemed that Angada is laying siege to that kingdom of Vanara s.
vrm.4.54 Tara, like Indra who once listened to the un listenable teachings of Asura s mentor, namely Shukracarya, as that Angada is overly enervated to fulfil the concerns of the king Sugreeva.
vrm.4.54 "As with your father you are undeniably abler in warfare, oh, the son of Lady Tara, and as with your father you are unquestionably capable enough to sustain the Vanara kingdom.
vrm.4.54 Tara and others, but it is a deed of trifle to Lakshmana s arrows, not necessarily for Rama s arrows, in splitting apart whole of that Black Hole in a trice.
vrm.5.4 Hanuma heard a sweet song which was decorated by sound from the three svaras Mandra, Madhya and Tara of love lorne women like Apsara women in heaven.
vrm.5.13 Being distressed from the sorrow of Vali, being emaciated from grief, Tara also will not exist while the king Sugreeva is obtaining death.
vrm.6.28 This garland along with a lady called Tara as well as the permanent kingdom of Vanaras were presented to him by Rama after having killed Vali Sugreevas brother.
vrm.6.41 Hearing the words of Rama, who was unwearied in action, Angada the son of Tara, leapt into air like a god of fire personified and marched ahead.
vrm.6.41 Then, the prudent and heroic Angada the son of Tara voluntarily allowed himself to be seized, in order to display his prowess before the host of Rakshasas.
vrm.6.42 The mighty Vanara named Sushena, the father of Tara Valis wife, going to the western gate while remaining stationed in the south west surrounded by crores and croes of Vanaras, stood besieging that gate.
vrm.6.58 Then, the valiant Kumbhahanu there in the battle, having attacked the General Tara, who was armed with a huge tree, received a blow immediately cost him his life.
vrm.6.66 Rishabha, Sharabha, Mainda, Dhumra, Neela, Kumuda, sushena, Gavaksha, Rambha, Tara and more particularly Dvipada, Panasa and hanuma marched ahead very quickly, with their faces turned towards the battle.
vrm.6.123 "O king! I wish to reach the capital City of Ayodhya along with you, accompanied by the wives of other Vanara chiefs with Tara and other beloved wives of Sugreeva.
vrm.6.123 Hearing the words of Rama of great splendour, that illustrious Sugreeva, the lord of Vanaras accompanied by all those Vanaras, quickly entering his gynaecium, spoke to Tara as follows:
vrm.6.123 Hearing the words of Sugreeva, Tara, who was charming of every limb, called all the spouses of the Vanaras and spoke to them as follows:
vrm.6.123 Duly permitted by Tara, all the wives of the Vanaras, wearing their costumes as per rule and going round the aerial car clockwise, ascended it with an intent to see Seetha.
vrm.7.39 Thereat, Tara, her father Sushena and the Prince Sugriva said to the king ofRakshasas O lord of Rakshasas, he is not present here, who shall be able to withstand thee.
vrm.7.39 Hearing those words, Ravana, the aggrandiser of the triple world, remonstrated with Tara and ascending his flowery car went to the southern ocean and espied Vali, having red countenance like the rising sun, engaged in Sandhya rites with whole mindedness.
vrm.7.50 Do thou, O Sugriva, protect lovingly the highly powerful Hanuman, Nala, thy father in law Sushena, the mighty Tara, irrepressible Kumada, the powerful Neela, the heroic Satabali, Mainda, Dvivida, Gaya, Gavaksha, Gavaya, Sarava, the irresprcssible and powerful king of Rikshas Jambavan, Gandhamadana, valiant Rishava, Supatala, Kesari, Sarabha and Sumbha these and other heroic Vanaras who dedicated their lives to my service.

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