Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 30 Aug 2011 13:34 and updated at 30 Aug 2011 13:34


vrm.6.60 "Further, I was formerly cursed by Vedavati when she was humiliated by me.
vrm.6.60 The same Vedavati is born as the highly fortunate Seetha the daughter of Janaka.
vrm.7.17 And while that high sould one was engaged in the daily study of the Vedas, I was born as his word impregnated daughter, named Vedavati When the gods and the Gandharvas and the Yakshas, Rakshasas, and Pannagas, coming to my sire asked for me, O foremost of Rakshasas, my father did not bestow me on any one of them.
vrm.7.17 Thus accosted, Vedavati said unto the night ranger Do not say so in respect of Vishnu, lord of this triune sphere, bowed down unto by all creatures.
vrm.7.17 Thus addressed there by Vedavati, the night ranger seized the girl by the hair.
vrm.7.17 Thereat Vedavati, wroth, cut of her hair with her hand transformed into a sword.
vrm.7.17 The enemy, endowed with the splendour of a hill, formerly that had been slain through the wrath of Vedavati, hath now been slain by her, by help of thine superhuman prowess.
vrm.7.17 This one named Vedavati was born in the Krita age; and in the Treta age, for compassing the destruction of that Raksha, she was born in the Maithila line of the high souled Janaka.
vrm.7.18 When Vedavati had entered into fire, Ravana, ascending Pushpaka, began to range the earth.

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