Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 30 Aug 2011 13:36 and updated at 30 Aug 2011 13:36


vrm.1.9 a "He said that Sage" Kashyapa has a son known as Vibhandaka, and his son will be the renowned Sage Rishyasringa, and that Sage Rishyasringa will grow up in forests, and will always be dwelling in forest.
vrm.1.9 b, a Thus said by king those scholarly Brahmans and Vedic scholars will say to the king, oh, king, son of Sage Vibhandaka, namely Rishyasringa, is to be fetched by all methods.
vrm.1.9 "Oh! King, having brought Sage Rishyasringa and honouring him well with good care, procedurally give him your daughter Shanta in marriage to that Vedic Brahman and the son of Sage Vibhandaka.
vrm.1.9 "They on hearing king s words are awestruck and lowering their faces they will say, we can not go there as we are afraid of sage Vibhandaka, father of Rishyasringa.
vrm.1.10 "My father is Sage Vibhandaka and I am his true descent son.
vrm.1.10 "All of them have received that kind of worship much enthusiastically, but dread at the arrival of the sage Vibhandaka, they quickly made up their mind to make away from there.
vrm.1.10 "Then on the next day Rishyasringa, son of Vibhandaka and the prosperous sage with ascetic power has arrived at that place where he saw well decorated and delightful courtesans recollecting in mind repetitively about them alone.
vrm.1.10 "Towards that Brahman Rishyasring who is coming along with rains into his own kingdom Anga Kingdom, the king Romapada has gone towards that sage and bowed his head down, and paid respects touching the ground, and offered water customarily with dedication and the king besought beneficence of the best one, Rishyasringa to save from the fury of his father Sage Vibhandaka, even after knowing the king s pursuit in bringing Rishyasringa to this country.

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