Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 30 Aug 2011 13:09 and updated at 30 Aug 2011 13:09


vrm.1.35 "This Ganga has emerged as an elder daughter to Himavan through Mena, oh, Raghava, and that way a girl renowned by the name Uma has become a second daughter to him.
vrm.1.35 "The other daughter of Himavanta, oh, Raghu s descendent, that unmarried girl namely Uma, she performed a rigorous sacrament taking hold of a supreme devoutness as her ascesis itself is her wealth.
vrm.1.35 "As for Uma who is unified with her rigorous sacrament and who is adored by all the world, that best one among mountains Himavanta gave such a daughter to the unique god Rudra.
vrm.1.35 "Oh, Raghava, the prominent one among rivers namely Ganga and Uma Devi as well, these are the two daughters of the king of mountains that are highly revered by the world.
vrm.1.36 b, a "On his getting married to Uma, oh, Rama, the sublime ascetic and bluish throated god Shiva, as his throat became blue when he consumed poison during the churning of Milky Ocean, at one time with a predilection towards her he has started lovemaking with her.
vrm.1.36 "While that sublime, sagacious and blue throated God Shiva is in lovemaking, oh, enemy scorcher Rama, a hundred divine years have elapsed, even then he had no son in her, namely Goddess Uma.
vrm.1.36 b, c, "All the Gods headed by Brahma have then started to ponder, is there anybody who can inevitably sustain that being which emerges from this goddess Uma after this prolonged yogic act of copulation with Shiva? This being the worry of all Gods they have prepared for action.
vrm.1.36 Worlds cannot capably bear your offspring born out of your effulgence, oh, Supreme God, hence you may practice yogic asceticism along with your consort Goddess Uma in unison with Vedic postulates of Yoga, rather than progeniture, and desiring the welfare of the three worlds you may please retain your refulgent seed within your own radiance, thus protect this universe, since it will not be apt of you to render it devoid of worlds with the efflux of the unmanageable potence of yours
vrm.1.36 I wish to bear my sperm in my virility and Uma in hers, let the immortals and mortals as well, derive a perfect bliss.
vrm.1.36 a "Later on, the Gods together with the assemblages of sages are well pleased at heart as it has happened according to their prayer, thereby they fulsomely adored Shiva and even Uma.
vrm.1.36 b, a "Oh, Rama, but the daughter of Himalayan Mountain, namely Uma, while irefully saying this to the divinities she cursed them all with her eyes reddened in anger.
vrm.1.36 "That God of Gods Shiva becoming ill at ease to look at all of the distressed Gods, equally feeling small to convince his consort Uma, he has started to journey towards the western quarter which is ruled by Rain god.
vrm.1.36 "On going to the northern side of Himalayan Mountains, that God of Gods, Shiva settled down in ascesis along with his consort Uma on the peak of a mountain emerged from Himalayas.
vrm.1.36 "This is the legend of mountain s daughter, namely Goddess Uma vividly narrated to you, oh, Rama, and now listen from me along with Lakshmana about the emergence of Ganga.
vrm.1.37 Oh, god Brahma, he who has hypothetically given a Chief of Deva Army in the form of his potence that god Shiva is undertaking a supreme ascesis, indeed along with Goddess Uma.
vrm.1.37 What the Daughter of Mountain, namely Goddess Uma, has said that you shall have no posterity in your own wives is true and it cannot be decried, and it is unambiguous too.
vrm.1.37 The elder daughter King of Mountains, namely Ganga, will graciously welcome the offspring from Agni, and that act of Ganga in welcoming the offspring through Agni will also be pleasurable in many ways to the younger daughter of King of Mountains, namely Uma, no doubt about it.
vrm.1.43 "On completion of one year, he who is venerated by all worlds, the consort of Uma and the god of animals from insects to humans, that god Shiva revealed himself and spoke this to the king.
vrm.7.13 There I saw that lord of the gods in company with Uma.
vrm.7.16 Do thou propitiate Uma s lord the blue throated Mahadeva; for, O Dasanana, save him thy refuge see we none in this matter.
vrm.7.27 Thou livest in a cremation ground, art the illustrious lord of Uma and above all blemishes.
vrm.7.100 Being desirous of satisfying the goddess Uma, her lord, whose emblem is bull, was sporting under the guise of a female.
vrm.7.100 Finding himself in that plight the king Ila was greatly sorry, and thinking that the misfortune was owing to the influence of the god of gods Uma s lord, he was greatly terrified.
vrm.7.103 For this desease I do not find any other good medicine but Uma s lord.

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