Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 30 Aug 2011 13:31 and updated at 30 Aug 2011 13:31


vrm.1.32 "That great souled Kusha begot four selfsame and mighty sons, namely Kusumba, Kushanaabha, Asuurtarajasa, or also called Adhuurtarajasa, and Vasu through the princess of Vidarbha, which princess is of noble birth and an eligible wife of Kusha.
vrm.1.32 "Oh, Rama, noble minded Asuurtarajasa built a city named Dharmaaranya, and king Vasu built a city in the name of Girivraja.
vrm.1.32 "This land on which we are presently staying is known as the land of virtue souled Vasu, all around which these five best mountains are standing high.
vrm.1.32 "This Maagadhi is that river which pertains to the developmental works of the great souled king Vasu and oh, Rama, flowing towards east to its confluence in Ganga, this river garlands best farmlands and their crops on its way.
vrm.3.14 b, a Aditi" gave birth to twelve Aditya s, the Sun Gods, eight Vasu s, the Terrestrials Gods, eleven Rudra s, the Fury Gods, and two Ashvinis, the medicine Gods, total thirty three of them.
vrm.3.46 b, a "Oh, curvaceous lady, who are you? Oh, one with an impeccable smile, do you belong to Rudra Gods, or Marut Gods, or to Vasu s? To me you are beaming forth like a goddess.
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.6.117 "Among the Vasus, you are the Vasu, named Ritadhama one whose abode is truth or the divine law who was formerly the self constituted ruler, the first creator of all the three worlds and the lord of creatures.
vrm.7.32 In the meantime, entered the battle field, the heroic and brave Savitra, the eighth Vasu, encircled by soldiers and stricking terror into the hearts of the enemies.
vrm.7.32 The Devas being thus distressed by Sumalin the eighth Vasu Savitra stood there enraged.
vrm.7.32 Thereupon there arose a terrible encounter, capable of making down erect, between Sumalin and the Vasu, who did not retire from the field of battle.
vrm.7.32 His chariot drawn by Nagas was pulled down and destroyed by the high souled Vasu by means of his huge shafts.
vrm.7.32 Having destroyed his car in the warfare with hundreds of arrows Vasu took up mace in his hands for his destruction.
vrm.7.32 Having beheld him slain in the warfare the Rakshasas bewailing ran about on all sides and being distressed by Vasu they could not stay in the battle field.
vrm.7.33 Beholding Sumalin slain and reduced to ashes by Vasu and being assailed by the Devas the Rakshasa host led into diverse directions.
vrm.7.64 Do ye therefore, even today, place the prince Vasu on the throne, and let the architects prepare a pleasant den for me.
vrm.7.64 Having made those arrangements and placed Vasu on the throne the king Nriga said "Do not swerve from the path of morality, O my son, and do thou duly govern the subjects according to the custom of the Kshatriyas.

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