Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 30 Aug 2011 13:33 and updated at 30 Aug 2011 13:33


vrm.1.3 The capture of Hanuma, the son of Vayu, by the magical missile of Indrajit, son of Ravana, and also Hanuma s burning down Lanka, and his blaring at the Rakshasas, also his return flight from Lanka.
vrm.1.15 "The Sun god will not verily parch Ravana, the Vayu will not puff at his sides, and on seeing Ravana, the lord of the undulating waves, namly the ocean will not pulsate either.
vrm.1.17 The direct son of Vayu is the marvellous and adventurous Hanuma with an indestructible body, and one identical in the speed of lady Vinata s son, namely Garuda, the divine eagle vehicle of Vishnu, and among all Vanara chiefs he is the intelligent and the indefatigable one too.
vrm.1.27 b, a "Oh, impeccable Rama, thus a well known missile shikhari The Tower, and another the fond of Agni known as prathama The Blower, and a missile of Vayu too, I will be giving.
vrm.1.30 In order to bring felicity to the sages that great glorious and supremely generous Raghava took up the missile of Vayu and hit down the remaining Rakshasas.
vrm.1.32 "On seeing them who are flourishing with all their aspects together with comeliness and ripeness, the all pervading Vayu, spoke this word to them.
vrm.1.32 Thus Vayu said to those girls.
vrm.1.32 "On hearing that proposal of Vayu, whose strives are unimpeded, then those hundred girls spoke this sentence laughing off his proposal.
vrm.1.32 So said hundred girls to Vayu.
vrm.1.32 On hearing their sentence of rejection, Vayu whose impact is powerful, very angrily entered into all of the limbs of those girls only to disfigure them.
vrm.1.32 "Those girls whom Vayu disfigured in that way have entered palace chambers of the king, but they have entered diffidently, embarrassedly, and tearfully.
vrm.1.33 The all pervasive Vayu desired to dishonour us, oh, king, resorting to improper approach and overlooking virtuous conduct.
vrm.1.33 Our father is there and we are not independent, you be safe, hence oh, Vayu, you may request our father to know whether he gives us to you or not.
vrm.1.33 Thus we have told the Vayu, but.
vrm.1.33 Though we all have spoken to him thus, that Vayu who is bound by venality refused to take notice of our words and he has harmed us a lot.
vrm.1.33 "On seeing his daughters getting release from the effect of Vayu Kushanaabha became highly joyful, and he took great delight time and again as and when he looked at them.
vrm.1.33 Somada", the Gandharvi and the mother of Brahmadatta, is gladdened to see her son Brahmadatta, for the worthwhile deed done by him in removing the blemish caused by the Vayu to the girls, or in bringing those worthwhile girls as her daughter in laws.
vrm.1.47 One from the seven may permeate Brahma s abode, likewise another may permeate the heaven of Indra, and even the third one, let him become a greatly celebrated and reputed as Divine Vayu, and he may circulate in entire universe.
vrm.2.109 Agni, Vayu and Soma reap the fruits of their acts.
vrm.3.3 Indeed seven arrows are let off with perfectly stringed bow, which have golden vanes, and very fast ones that equal the flights of Garuda, the Divine Eagle and the Vayu.
vrm.3.12 b, a Rama entered inside the hermitage and saw therein the sanctus of Brahma, Agni, Vishnu, Indra, Vivasvat the Sun god, Soma the Moon god, Bhaga, and the sanctusms of Kubera, are seen and passed by the three of them, sanctums of Dhaata, Vidhaata, santucm of Vayu, and also like that the sanctum of great soled Varuna the wielder of noose, and the sanctum of Gayatri, sanctum of Vasus, and the sanctum of Naga king, and even the sanctum of Garuda and the sanctum of Kaartikeya and the sanctum of Dharma b, a Then encircled by disciples the sage Agastya came out quickly, and Rama saw him who is glowing brilliant before all the other sages.
vrm.3.39 b, "Stringing out his highly magnificent bow Rama then released three excruciating and enemy eliminating arrows which in their egress match the Vayu and the Divine Eagle Garuda.
vrm.3.48 "Where I will be staying there the Vayu wafts doubtfully, lest his gusts and blasts may hurt me, and the Sun also effectuates his singeing sunbeams as cooling moonbeams, lest I may abduct his wife Prabha, the Sunshine.
vrm.3.63 "Oh, Vayu, whatsoever is there in the world, wheresoever it might be, or whensoever it might have happened, and whichsoever it might be, and whencesoever it might exist, that cannot possibly be unknown to you.
vrm.4.2 Thus this way ordered by Sugreeva, the king of Vanaras, Hanuma, the son of Vayu made up his mind to go there, where Rama and Lakshmana are.
vrm.4.3 Casting off his Vanara s semblance Vayu s son Hanuma attained the persona of an ascetic, for that Vanara is incredulous in mind about Raghava s.
vrm.4.3 He that righteous Sugreeva is desiring friendship with you two, and know me as a Vanara and his minister, the son of Vayu.
vrm.4.3 When said thus by Rama, wise worded Lakshmana spoke to that Vanara and the minister of Sugreeva, namely Hanuma, the son of Vayu, who is equally a wise worded one.
vrm.4.4 needless is telling untruths to such a valiant son of Vayu, Hanuma, isnt it! So said Lakshmana to Rama Then he that very intelligent son of Vayu Hanuma, took those two valorous Raghava s to go to the king of Vanaras Sugreeva.
vrm.4.4 Hanuma, the extensively renowned heroic son of Vayu with pious mind and highly audacious nature, is then gladdened like the one whose difficult deed is just accomplished, thus he gladly travelled to that mountain where Sugreeva is abiding, along with Rama and Lakshmana.
vrm.4.5 "You are a trained one in treading righteous path, best by your scruples, and a kindlier one to all, so said Vayu s son Hanuma to me about your attributes, in subtlety.
vrm.4.5 b, a Then Hanuma the son of Vayu, gladly gave a well flowered branch of sandalwood tree to Lakshmana.
vrm.4.26 Hanuma, the son of Vayu, whose sheen is like that of the golden mountain Meru, and whose visage is like that of the tender sun in its glint, then spoke this sentence reverently adjoining his palms.
vrm.4.28 Lords" of People will be anointed only by their people who bring in the water pots on their shoulders to anoint their king, and that king then shows his own propitious aspect of a humanly king, whereas the Lord of Mountains is being anointed by the water from the cloudy pots, sent by Lord Indra and wafted hitherto by Vayu, showing his own serene as well as propitious aspect of his divine nature on earth.
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.4.37 On hearing the order of Sugreeva, the king of vanara s, Hanuma, the son of Vayu has started to dispatch valorous Vanaras in all directions.
vrm.4.41 gust of the Vayu, gush of Rain god, glare of Agni etc.
vrm.4.43 "Thereby, oh, Vayu like and Marut like vanara s, on your seeing the princess born in Videha kingdom, namely Vaidehi, an extremely desirable task for the sake of Dasharatha s son Rama is considered as done.
vrm.4.44 The king of all the residents of forest Sugreeva is well pleased to pick and choose Hanuma for the purpose, and spoke to the venturesome son of Vayu, Hanuma.
vrm.4.44 "With your unusual mobility, unstoppable celerity, unremitting vivacity, and untold ability you are identical to your father Maruti, the Vayu of marvelling dynamism.
vrm.4.44 That brave Vanara son of Vayu leapt to sky along with that massive force of Vanaras as if he is hauling them up, and he who is brightened by Vanaras around him on the skyscape appeared like the moon in a very clear lunar sphere on a cloudless sky brightened by clusters of stars around.
vrm.4.44 "Oh, highly powerful Hanuma, I rely upon your vivacity, being the best venturesome Vanara, oh, son of Vayu, showing your adventures that are not inconsequential you make happen as to how access can be gained to Janaka s daughter, Seetha.
vrm.4.45 b, a The Vanara troop commander Vinata journeyed towards the eastern direction, and the fly jumper, leader of Vanaras and Vayu s son Hanuma travelled towards southerly quarter that is once trodden by Sage Agastya, along with Lt.
vrm.4.47 Hanuma" is high born and exceptionally mighty, oh, Sugreeva, the king of vanara s, he will ascertain about Maithili, because the son of Vayu, Hanuma, resorted to the direction in which Seetha is taken away.
vrm.4.50 Though that extensive province is indeed an unsearchable one with its impenetrable caves and forests, yet Hanuma, the son of Vayu, searched everywhere on that mountain.
vrm.4.50 b, a The son of Vayu Hanuma whose glossiness is like that of a mountaintop and who is a mastermind in scrutinising every inscrutable forest, then spoke to all of the formidable Vanara s.
vrm.4.52 Hanuma, the son of Vayu, sincerely started to narrate their episode in its pithiness on hearing her words.
vrm.4.66 When she is strolling on the mountaintop Vayu has slowly
vrm.4.66 Then the Vayu beheld her well twinned, thickset, roundish thighs, and even the paired off plumpish breasts, and her beautiful face which is well proportioned in its build.
vrm.4.66 pelvic girdle is fat and ample and who is slender waisted, and who by all her limbs is pristine, the Vayu is enamoured.
vrm.4.66 He that Vayu who is ensorcelled by Kamadeva in all of his limbs, though he is limbless and existing in thin air, embraced that immaculate lady with both of his far flung arms, as he lost his heart for her.
vrm.4.66 On listening the words of Anjana the Vayu spoke this in reply, oh, high hipped one, I don t dishonour you, hence let there be no fear in your heart, for I am the all permeating Vayu.
vrm.4.66 Thus, the Vayu said to Anjana.
vrm.4.66 Oh, arcane Vanara Hanuma, when Vayu said so to her, oh, ambidextrous one, your mother is gratified, and then, oh, bullish fly jumpers, your mother very well divined you in a cave.
vrm.4.66 Then on observing that you are mutilated, highly infuriated is that scent wafter Vayu and that tempestuous Vayu has not physically circulated throughout the triad of worlds.
vrm.4.66 When the triad of worlds is being roiled with breathlessness, all the administrative Gods of universe are bewildered, and they started to supplicate the Vayu for his grace.
vrm.4.66 Oh, chivalric warrior at war, while the Vayu is being supplicated, oh, dear boy, Brahma gave you a boon decreeing your indestructibility by any missile.
vrm.4.66 a Such as you are, you are Kesari s son through his wife, oh, frightful pugilist, and you are the lineal son of Vayu, and even by your
vrm.4.66 gusting you are selfsame to Vayu, and even by your flying also you are his selfsame to Vayu, in all respects.
vrm.4.67 Hanuma, the lineal son of Vayu, is now prancing about as with a lion prancing around a wide open den of a mountain.
vrm.4.67 He who is an inestimable one in his formidableness, and an expeditious one in his meandering in the skies, that Vayu who is the friend of Agni will be toppling mountaintops.
vrm.4.67 I am the lineal son of that high speeded, brisk paced, life sustaining Vayu, hence I am a coequal to him in flights.
vrm.4.67 b, c Which forcefulness either the Divine Eagle, Garuda, or Vayu has, mine vies with that.
vrm.4.67 on me to overtake while I am on the wing, excepting for the king of Eagles, Garuda and the almighty Vayu.
vrm.4.67 I who am a coequal of Vayu in speediness, and of Garuda in fleetness, can traverse ten thousand Yojana s at a stretch.
vrm.4.67 Oh, brave one, oh, son of Kesari, oh, son of Vayu, oh, dear boy, you have wiped out the boundless bother of your kinsmen in its entirety.
vrm.4.67 b, a Then that Vanara who is the son of Vayu and a selfsame of Vayu shinned up that towering mountain Mahendra, as he is an enemy subjugator about to subjugate the arch rival Ravana, where that mountain is hedged in with diverse flowers, its pastures are the sweethearts of deer, it is constrictive with diverse flowers of ever flowering, ever fruiting trees and with the flowers of climbers as well, and where Lions and Tigers are freely moving and ruttish Elephants love it, and where the flights of Birds are uproarious, and pent up
vrm.5.1 "This Hanuma, who is equal to a mountain, who is the son of Vayu, and who has great speed, wants to cross the ocean which is abode to crocodiles.
vrm.5.1 The tail of Hanuma, the son of Vayu floating in the sky, being risen up looked like the pillar erected in honour of Indra.
vrm.5.1 The wind god Vayu also served him with a delightful breeze.
vrm.5.1 "O son of Vayu, the god of wind! O best among vanaras! I am thinking you as being very important among those vanaras who are fast and who are capable of flying.
vrm.5.1 "O best among vanaras! You are the son of the great Vayu the God of wind, who is best in speed among the Devas.
vrm.5.1 "O knower of Dharma! If you are worshipped, Vayu also gets worship.
vrm.5.1 With speed equal to that of Garuda and Vayu, they went in all directions.
vrm.5.1 Then I was thrown away immediately by the great Vayu.
vrm.5.1 "O chief among vanaras! Vayu is thus indeed respectable to me.
vrm.5.1 The son of Vayu obtained the speed to fly still higher into the sky and seeing that mountain below, went in the clear sky which had no support.
vrm.5.1 "This glorious son of Vayu, going by the name of Hanuma is flying over the ocean.
vrm.5.1 Hanuma, the son of Vayu, visible everywhere, obtained the sky without support, like the king of Birds with long wings.
vrm.5.2 That son of God Vayu stood on a mountain and saw forests and gardens and also the city of Lanka situated on the top of a mountain.
vrm.5.3 That Hanuma, best among Vanaras, the intellectual son of Vayu, one with great might, stood on the mountain called Lamba with its high peaks equalling a high cloud, gathered courage and entered at night the city of Lanka ruled by Ravana and filled with beautiful forests and places of water such as lakes.
vrm.5.3 The son of Vayu and best among Vanaras heard Lanka s words and stood up like a second mountain, with a purpose.
vrm.5.3 Then that tiger among Vanaras, the powerful son of Vayu, being hit powerfully by Lanka made a great sound.
vrm.5.4 That son of Vayu endowed with great strength, entered the city at night and took the grand road shone by flowers and pearls.
vrm.5.6 The son of Vayu, one with great fame, great one among Vanaras moving about in a sequence in those and those best buildings, saw the wealth of those rakshasas, who were rich.
vrm.5.6 That Hanuma the son of Vayu saw in the house of Ravana the king of rakshasas, palanquins of various shapes, wonderful bowers, art galleries and other pleasure houses which were constructed with wooden mountains, house for sexual delight and a beautiful diurnal house.
vrm.5.8 That Hanuma the courageous one, the son of Lord Vayu, saw the great aerial plane standing in the middle of that building with a surprising hue, due to diamonds, and gems decorated by series of refined gold.
vrm.5.9 Hanuma, the son of Vayu, saw a best tall building and a wide one in the middle of that best group of houses.
vrm.5.12 Naga women who had been stolen forcefully, being defeated by Ravana had been seen there by Hanuma, not that Seetha That Hanuma with great arms, the wise one, the son of Vayu not seeing that Seetha and seeing other women became depressed again and again.
vrm.5.12 Thereafter the son of Vayu Hanuma got down from Pushpaka, obtained thought with a mind overcome with grief.
vrm.5.13 The gloried son of Vayu that Hanuma got up with his senses tied by grief.
vrm.5.13 Salutations to Rudra the god of destruction, Indra Yama and Vayu.
vrm.5.13 The son of Vayu, that Vanara went by mind before itself toward that Ashoka garden.
vrm.5.13 There definitely guards will be protecting assigned, trees, omnipresent Lord Vayu also will be blowing by without force, and by me this body has been made small for the sake of Sri Rama and to avoid Ravana.
vrm.5.14 The son of Lord Vayu, Hanuma sprinkled with flowers shone like a mountain of flowers in the middle of Ashoka garden.
vrm.5.14 The best among vanaras and the son of Vayu, that Hanuma saw near to that mountain, lotus ponds together with many groups of Birds.
vrm.5.17 Hanuma the son of Vayu on seeing Seetha that Seetha like the goddess earth, with well divided body parts shining eve without ornaments, obtained great joy.
vrm.5.34 Understanding the contemplation of Seetha, Hanuma the son of Vayu then brought about a great joy in her with his words most favourable to her ears as follows:
vrm.5.35 I am a Vanara born through Marut and through his influence I am equal to the Vayu in strength.
vrm.5.36 Hanuma, the highly energetic son of Vayu, with an inducement to obtain confidence from Seetha, again modestly spoke the following words: O illustrious lady! I am a Vanara and a messenger of the wise Rama.
vrm.5.38 Hearing the pitiable appeal Seetha with tears, Hanuma of great splendour and the son of Vayu spoke as follows "O Seetha! Rama has grown averse to everything else, caused by grief towards you.
vrm.5.39 Hearing the words of Seetha, Hanuma the son of Vayu, having placed his open hands side by side, slightly shallowed on his head in salutation, spoke the following words in reply.
vrm.5.39 Garuda the eagle, or yourself or the Vayu only have the capacity of crossing this ocean.
vrm.5.39 Thus consoling Seetha, Hanuma the son of Vayu made up his mind to go back and spoke to Seetha again as follows: "That Rama the annihilator of enemies, who firmly decided to destroy his adversaries and Lakshmana wielding a bow in his hand will soon reach the entrance of Lanka and you will see them.
vrm.5.40 Hearing the words of Seetha, spoken pitiably with tears, Hanuma the son of Vayu, with a great splendour, spoke as follows: "O Seetha the princess! Rama has grown averse to everything else, caused by grief towards you.
vrm.5.42 "I am Hanuma, the destroyer of the army of adversaries and the son of Vayu.
vrm.5.43 "Long live Rama, skilled in archery and the powerful Lakshmana! Long lie the King Sugreeva, protected by Rama! I am Hanuma, the destroyer of the army of adversaries and the son of Vayu.
vrm.5.48 There is no limit to the strength of Hanuma the son of Vayu.
vrm.5.48 Hanuma, the son of Vayu, again stayed in front of his arrows and stretching out his hands, sprang up.
vrm.5.48 Indrajit, who knows the true nature of missiles, feeling certain that he was incapable of being killed, bound that Hanuma, the son of Vayu, by that presided over by Brahma the creator.
vrm.5.53 Hanuma, the son of Vayu, saw streets congested with dwellings, places where several roads meet, high ways as also approach roads, small inner apartments and palaces appearing in multitudes, like clouds.
vrm.5.54 He is either Indra wielding a thunderbolt, or Yama, or Varuna, or Vayu or Agni or Rudra or Arka or Kubera or Soma.
vrm.5.54 After demolishing the garden which was full of excellent trees, killing great Rakshasas in battle and burning that city endowed with a series of excellent houses, Hanuma the Vanara and the son of Vayu, stood at ease.
vrm.5.56 Hanuma, the son of Vayu, thus consoling Seetha and making up his mind to go, saluted Seetha with reverence.
vrm.5.56 Hanuma, the son of Vayu, in a hurry to see Rama, ascended that mountain, excited as he was with an extreme joy.
vrm.5.57 Tearing asunder the clusters of clouds again and again as also energing from them and roaring with a big noise, Hanuma the son of Vayu, making a thunderous great sound, shone flying like Garuda the eagle, in the
vrm.5.57 The mighty, Hanuma the son of Vayu, roared as though the wind roars while it enters the caves of mountains.
vrm.5.59 After informing all this, Hanuma the son of Vayu started telling more of the following words.
vrm.5.59 In the battle, I can blow out the missiles presided over by Indra Brahma the creator, Rudra the god of destruction, Vayu the wind god, Varuna and even those missiles even if they are difficult to be looked at, employed by Indrajit Ravanas eldest son.
vrm.5.59 I am Hanuma, a servant of Rama and the son of Vayu
vrm.5.65 Hearing the words of those Vanaras, the eloquent Hanuma, the son of Vayu saluting towards the direction of the Seetha the princess by bowing his head, spoke the following words, explaining how he saw Seetha.
vrm.6.1 Indeed, I cannot perceive as such anyone other than Garuda, Vayu and Hanuman, who can cross the mighty ocean.
vrm.6.3 Hearing the words of Rama, Hanuma the son of Vayu, who was excellent in the art of expression, forthwith spoke once more to Rama as follows: Listen to me! I shall tell you everythinghow the city of Lanka has been defended by the various methods of fortification and how it has been guarded by the troops.
vrm.6.12 I shall do battle with the two brothers, even if they are Indra and the Surya or the Agni and the Vayu or Kubera and Varuna.
vrm.6.28 He is known as the son of Vayu and famously called as Hanuman.
vrm.6.30 Here is the son of Vayu the Lord of Wind well known as Hanuman.
vrm.6.37 Meanwhile, Rama the king of men and Sugreeva the Sovereign of Vanaras, Hanuman the son of Vayu, Jambavan the king of the Rikshas, Vibhishana the Rakshasa, Angada the son of Vali, Lakshmana, Sushena along with his kinsfolk, Mainda, Dvivida, Gaja, Gavaksha, Kumuda, Nala and Panasa, all having reached the enemy s territory, assembled to take counsel together.
vrm.6.41 Sugreeva, along with all the chiefs of Vanaras equal to the strength of Garuda as well as Vayu the god of the wind, was stationed himself in the middle of the fort.
vrm.6.48 Rama" and Lakshmana surely knew the use of the arrows of Varuna, Agni, Indra and Vayu, as also the Brahmashira weapon.
vrm.6.50 O, King! Let Hanuman the son of Vayu go there.
vrm.6.59 Hearing the words of Ravana, Hanuma the son of Vayu spoke the following words: Recollect that I have killed your son Aksha already.
vrm.6.59 Hearing those words spoken by Hanuma the son of Vayu, Rama
vrm.6.59 Hearing the words of Rama, Ravana of great strength, full of rage and recollecting his former hostility struck with flaming arrows resembling the tongues of the Fire of Dissolution, on Hanuman the son of Vayu, who with extreme velocity, was bearing Rama in the battle field.
vrm.6.67 Seeing the army of Vanaras running away hither and thither and Sugreeva the Vanara even being taken away by Kumbhakarna, the intellectual Hanuma, the son of Vayu thought as follows: "While Sugreeva is being taken away in this way, what is to be done by me? I shall certainly do that which is justifiable to be done by me.
vrm.6.67 Thinking in this way, Hanuma the son of Vayu, then again brought firmness to the large army of Vanaras.
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 That enraged Hanuma the son of Vayu chopped off with that sharp sword, his three heads furnished with diadems and ear rings, like Indra chopped off the heads of Vishvarupa the son of Tvashta.
vrm.6.74 Then, the intelligent Hanuma, the son of Vayu, paying honour to the missile presided over by Brahma and hearing the words of Vibhishana, spoke the following words: Let us restore to confidence whosoever is in this army of energetic Vanaras, after having been struck by the missile.
vrm.6.74 Thereafter, Hanuma the son of Vayu approaching the elderly Jambavan, offered his salutation, by grasping the feet of Jambavan with modesty.
vrm.6.74 Hearing the words of Jambavan, Hanuma the son of Vayu was infused with animated strength, as the ocean gets animated with the force of the wind.
vrm.6.105 "The Pitris manes, Vasus, Sadhyas, Ashvins, the Maruts wind Gods, Manu, the Vayu, the Agni, the created beings, the life breath, the source of teh seasons and the store house of light.
vrm.6.125 Hanuma, the son of Vayu then flew up with speed towards Ayodhya, as Garuda the eagle would fly with speed, while seeking to catch a large snake.
vrm.6.125 With joined palms in salutation, Hanuma the son of Vayu spoke as follows to that Bharata, who knew what is right and seemed to be a second Dharma the god of virtue clothed with a body of virtue: Rama", for whom you are repenting residing as he was in the forest of Dandaka wearing the bark of trees and matted locks, has enquired about your welfare.
vrm.6.128 Encouraged by Indra, Vayu presented to Rama, a golden garland consisting of a hundred lotuses and which looked shining brilliantly.
vrm.7.40 It is by the strength of the arms of that Vayu s son I have obtained Lanka, Sita, Lakshmana, Victory, kingdom and my friends.
vrm.7.40 He being thus overwhelmed by the stroke of Indra s thunder bolt, the Vayu became displeased with the king of Devas and was determined upon bringing about mischief unto all created beings.
vrm.7.40 On account of the anger of the Vayu their breath was completly obstructed, and the joints as if pierced, became hard as wood.
vrm.7.40 Sadhya Vasatkara and all the religious observances of the triple world were put a stop to by the anger of the Vayu.
vrm.7.40 Being thus distressed by the Vayu we have come to seek thy shelter.
vrm.7.40 Heaing those words of the created beings, their lord the Patriarch Brahma again said "Hear, why the Vayu, being enraged, has obstructed the course of all beings.
vrm.7.40 Hearing the words of Rahu, Indra, the king of the Devas, hath belaboured the Vayu s son.
vrm.7.42 And having engaged Hanuman, Vayu s son in the service of Sugriva, Surya too went back to the sky.

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