Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 30 Aug 2011 14:19 and updated at 30 Aug 2011 14:19


vrm.1.46 "While she is truly practising asceticism, oh, the best among men Rama, that Thousand eyed god Indra has indeed rendered services with his abundant and surpassing veracities to her, who is none other than his maternal aunt.
vrm.1.46 "The Thousand eyed god Indra made available fire, firewood, water, the sacred Kusha grass, fruits and like that tubers also, and whatever other items she required in her ascetic practise.
vrm.1.46 "Oh, Rama, the descendent of Raghu, when ten years are less to complete the thousand years span of her ascetics, Diti is highly rejoiced as her ambition is going to fructify in just ten more years, and then she spoke to the Thousand eyed god, Indra.
vrm.1.47 Diti" was highly anguished when her foetus is rendered into sevenfold, and spoke these appeasing words to the indomitable Thousand eyed Indra.
vrm.1.47 a "On hearing her words, the Thousand eyed destroyer of enemy s citadels and a named Bali, namely Indra, spoke this word to Diti, humbly adjoining his palms.
vrm.1.48 "On knowing the meantime of Gautama s availability at hermitage, Indra, the husband of Shaci Devi and the Thousand eyed god wearing the guise of sage Gautama and becoming such a sage, approached Ahalya and said this to her.
vrm.1.48 "Oh, Rama, the legatee of Raghu, though knowing him as the Thousand eyed Indra in the guise of her husband Gautama, she is inclined to have intercourse ill advisedly, only to satisfy the impassion of the King of Gods.
vrm.1.48 Then the well behaved Gautama furiously spoke these words on seeing the ill behaved Thousand eyed Indra who is donning the guise of a saint.
vrm.1.48 "When that great souled sage Gautama spoke that way with rancour, the testicles of the cursed Thousand eyed Indra fell down onto ground at that very moment.
vrm.1.49 "On hearing the words of Agni, the Agni, the Pitris Gods who gathered to collect their share of offering have extricated that Ram s Testes, which is not yet sacrificed but tethered to a sacrificial post, and offered them to the Thousand eyed Indra.
vrm.1.62 "Then the Thousand eyed Indra who is satisfied with esoteric laudation is gladdened, and oh, Raghava, then he bestowed longevity to Shunashepa.
vrm.1.62 "Oh, Rama, the best one among men, he that king Ambarisha also obtained the fruits of that Vedic ritual in manyfold, resulted from the grace of Thousand eyed Indra.
vrm.1.64 "Oh, Rama, when that Apsara is spoken thus by the Thousand eyed Indra, she diffidently said to that chief of Gods while adjoining her palms suppliantly.
vrm.1.64 a "Oh, Rama, the Thousand eyed Indra replied Rambha when she spoke to him in that way while shuddering in fear and making palm fold in supplication.
vrm.1.64 "On knowing that as an escapade of the Thousand eyed Indra, Vishvamitra is enwrapped in wrath and he cursed Rambha.
vrm.1.75 haven t you readily discarded weapon wielding on your promise to Thousand eyed Indra.
vrm.3.5 On the transit of that Thousand eyed Indra, Raghava with his adherents namely Lakshmana and Seetha, came nearby the Sage Sharabhanga, who is sitting nearby the altar of fire.
vrm.3.40 "When Rama is diverted from hermitage, Lakshmana as well, I will carry off Vaidehi effortlessly like the Thousand eyed Indra who once carried off Sachi Devi.
vrm.4.26 b, a When that prodigiously venturesome arch vanara Sugreeva has entered the palace his cohorts anointed him as Gods would anoint the Thousand eyed Indra.
vrm.4.26 Thus those have anointed Sugreeva with those pellucid and well perfumed waters poured from golden vessels through the auspicious horns of bulls as revealed in scriptures and as great sages have defined, which anointment is like eight of Vasu Gods anointing the Thousand eyed Indra.
vrm.4.30 "On satisfying mother earth with rainwater and on effectuating the crops on earth, the Thousand eyed Indra is complacent as his task is effectuated, whereas my task is yet to take off.
vrm.4.41 And the Thousand eyed Indra will always be visiting that Mountain Mahendra on every auspicious day.
vrm.4.66 On scrutinising that you are unhurt even after hit by Thunderbolt, oh, ablest Hanuma, the Thousand eyed Indra kind heartedly gave you a choicest boon saying that your death occurs only by your own volition.
vrm.6.54 The mighty Angada experienced a great joy amidst the Vanara forces, honoured by them for his high courage and he resembled the Lord of a Thousand Eyes surrounded by the Devas.
vrm.7.107 The great ascetic Valmiki has composed this poem consisting of a hundred stories and Twenty Four Thousand slokas.
vrm.7.113 Once upon a time Yudhajit, the king of Kekaya, sent into the high souled Rama, Gargya son of his own preceptor Angiras a Brahmin saint of unmitigated prowess; and with him he sent, as tokens of affections, gifts of Ten Thousand horses, numberless Blankets, various jewels, diverse clothes and well washed coverlets.

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