Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 30 Aug 2011 13:04 and updated at 30 Aug 2011 13:04


vrm.1.1 "Then in a combat Rama eliminated all the fourteen Rakshasas who rebelliously came at him in the first round of combat incited by the provokes of Shuurpanakha, and then in second round Rama eliminated Rakshasa chiefs called Khara, Trishira, Duushana, who are none but the cousins of Shuurpanakha and Ravana, together with all of their hench Rakshasas.
vrm.3.23 Likewise Mahakapaala, Stuulaaksha, Pramaathi, Trishira are the four commanders of Rakshasa forces and they followed Duushana marching at his behind.
vrm.3.26 Of his entire army great charioteer Khara and Trishira are the remaining nightwalkers, and Rama, the enemy destroyer, naturally on the other side.
vrm.3.27 But when Khara is about to lunge to the forefront of Rama, nearing him the commander of Rakshasa forces named Trishira spoke this to him.
vrm.3.27 Thus Trishira spoke to Khara.
vrm.3.27 By that death greedy Rakshasa Trishira, Khara is manoeuvred and Khara to him said begone.
vrm.3.27 and thus permitted, Trishira proceeded to the forefront of Rama.
vrm.3.27 Trishira with a lustrous chariot that is yoked with equally lustrous Horses hurried towards Rama in that war, like a tri peaked mountain, for they say, he is a tri headed Rakshasa.
vrm.3.27 On seeing the oncoming of that Rakshasa Trishira, Raghava welcomed him by speedily winnowing smarting arrows from his bow.
vrm.3.27 That grave and tumultuous encounter chanced between Rama and Trishira is like the extremely forceful encounter between a loin and an Elephant.
vrm.3.27 Later when Trishira smote on the forehead of highly enraged Rama with three arrows, Rama s ire is intensified and he franticly said this to that Rakshasa.
vrm.3.27 saying thus, that infuriated Rama with his alacritous swiftness hit the chest of Trishira with fourteen arrows similar to venomous snakes.
vrm.3.27 a With four of his straight shooting arrows that have hook like barbs, that resplendent Rama hewed down four of the speedy Horses of Trishira s chariot.
vrm.3.27 b, a When that nightwalker is vaulting from that smashed chariot Rama with his arrows tore his chest to shreds and he that Trishira became inert.
vrm.3.28 Khara is intimidated on seeing the elimination of Duushana along with Trishira inasmuch as the intrepidity of Rama is concerned.
vrm.3.28 On seeing the annihilation of the insufferable and mighty force of Rakshasas, even that of Duushana and Trishira by lone Rama, and thus to apprehend that the Rakshasa force is wholly destructed, that Rakshasa Khara became apprehensive, and then he lunged at Rama, as with Namuchi who once lunged at Indra.
vrm.3.32 On seeing the fourteen thousands Rakshasas of heinous crimes, and even on seeing Trishira, Duushana, and even Khara, who are all exterminated by lone Rama, then Shuurpanakha emitted a thunderous blare like a thundercloud.
vrm.3.34 "What is the weapon of that Rama by whom these many Rakshasas are killed in war, likewise Duushana and Trishira are killed, and even the unkillable Khara is killed? Oh, lady with fascinating limbs, who disfigured you? That you tell.
vrm.3.36 "You are aware as to how my brother Khara, and the mighty armed Duushana, also my sister Shuurpanakha, and even the highly fiery Rakshasa and devourer of raw flesh Trishira, and even numerous other night walking Rakshasas who are cocksure of hitting their targets have made Janasthana as their residency, and while residing there they put the sages of that great forest that tread a righteous path to torture, of course, all this as assigned by me.
vrm.3.36 b, a Khara" is hewed down, Duushana is mowed down, and even Trishira is hacked down, thereof that Dandaka forest is rendered free from the fear of Rakshasas.
vrm.6.68 Hearing that his paternal uncle was killed Devantaka, Narantaka, Trishira and Atikaya were afflicted with sorrow and wept.
vrm.6.69 Hearing the words of the evil minded Ravana, who was thus lamenting, as he was overcome with grief, Trishira one of his sons spoke as follows: Truly in such a manner, the highly valiant Kumbhakarna, the middle of our father and uncles has been killed.
vrm.6.69 Hearing the words of Trishira, Ravana the king of Rakshasas considered himself as though born anew, after being summoned by Death.
vrm.6.69 Hearing the words of Trishira, Devantaka, Narantaka and the energetic Atikaya were rejoiced of war.
vrm.6.69 Trishira, Atikaya, Devantaka, Narantaka, Mahodara and Mahaparshva, under the clout of destiny set out for the battle.
vrm.6.69 Trishira, the son of Ravana, ascended an exquisite chariot, yoked to excellent Horses and filled with all types of armoury.
vrm.6.69 Trishira, wielding a bow and mounting the chariot, shone like a cloud with glittering meteors, illuminations and a rain bow.
vrm.6.69 That Trishira with three diadems in that exquisite chariot, stood out like Mount Himavat, the king of mountains with its three golden hills.
vrm.6.70 Seeing Narantaka dying, Devantaka, Trishira and Mahodara the son of Pulastya the foremost of Rakshasas, wept.
vrm.6.70 Thereupon, the valiant Trishira, mounting a chariot resembling the sun and yoked with excellent Horses, marched towards Angada.
vrm.6.70 Trishira chopped off that tree with arrows looking like serpents.
vrm.6.70 Trishira too with his arrows attacked the valiant Angada.
vrm.6.70 While Angada, the son of Vali was jumping up, Trishira struck him with three terrific and straight going arrows on his forehead.
vrm.6.70 Thereupon, Neela then hurled a mountain peak on Trishira.
vrm.6.70 The intelligent Trishira the son of Ravana broke it by using his sharp arrows.
vrm.6.70 When that Devantaka the mighty chief of Rakshasa warriors and the enemy of Devas was killed in battle, the enraged Trishira showered a terrible rain of sharp pointed arrows on Neelas chest.
vrm.6.70 Trishira was enraged seized hold of his bow and struck Hanuma with sharp arrows.
vrm.6.70 While that enraged Hanuma hurled a mountain peak, the strong Trishira broke it into several pieces with his sharp arrows.
vrm.6.70 Seeing that mountain peak becoming useless, Hanuma then hurled a volley of trees towards Trishira in that battle field.
vrm.6.70 The valiant Trishira chopped off that volley of trees descending on him, with his sharp arrows in the sky itself and roared aloud.
vrm.6.70 Thereupon, Trishira the son of Ravana seizing hold of a spear, as Yama the lord of death takes in his service Kalaratri, a night of all destroying time, hurled it on Hanuma.
vrm.6.70 Thereupon, lifting up a sword, Trishira the foremost of Rakshasas them dug it into Hanumas breast.
vrm.6.70 Hurt by the thrust of the sword, the valiant Hanuma the son of Vayu, struck Trishira on his breast, with his palm.
vrm.6.70 Struck by Hanumas palm, that Trishira of great splendour fell down unconscious on the earth with the weapons slipping from his hand.
vrm.6.70 Hanuma, that large ape, equal to a mountain in size, snatching away that falling sword of Trishira, roared loudly frightening all the Rakshasas there.
vrm.6.70 Enraged as he was by the blow of Trishirass fist, Hanuma seized hold of Trishira the foremost of Rakshasas by his head covered by his diadem.
vrm.6.70 Those mountain like heads of Trishira the enemy of Indra, having longish organs of senses and having fire like blazing eyes, fell down on earth, as planets and stars drop from the track of the sun.
vrm.6.70 When that Trishira, the enemy of Devas, having a prowess equal to that of Indra was killed, the Vanaras made a loud noise.
vrm.6.70 Seeing Trishira, Mahodara and the invincible Devantaka killed, Matta Mahaparshva was enraged with indignation.
vrm.6.73 Then, those surviving troops of Rakshasas hastily told Ravana that Devantaka, Trishira, Atikaya and other foremost of Rakshasas had been killed.
vrm.6.79 "I killed fourteen thousand Rakshasas along with Khara your father, Trishira and even Dushana in Dandaka forest.
vrm.6.94 "In that battle, Khara, Dushana and Trishira were killed with arrows resembling the sun.
vrm.6.126 After killing Dushana his brother first, Trishira the other brother was killed thereafter.

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