Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 30 Aug 2011 13:39 and updated at 30 Aug 2011 13:39


vrm.2.94 "Behold their swords hanging on the trees, their excellent swords and the charming retreats, where Vidyadharas and their women sport.
vrm.5.1 Vidyadharas who lived there, became afraid and flew away with their women folk, leaving behind them golden jugs of wine in the liquor house, gold vases, a varieties of sauces that can be licked, eatables, various meats, skins of oxen and swords with golden hilts.
vrm.5.1 The intoxicated Vidyadharas with garlands around their neck decked with red flower garlands and smeared with sandal paste, with reddened eyes, and with lotus shaped eyes, obtained the sky.
vrm.5.1 Vidyadharas and great sages stood in the sky in a group, showing their great prowess and viewed the mountain.
vrm.5.1 Vidyadharas thus listened to the words of those great people and looked at the incomparable Hanuma, best among Vanaras, standing on the mountain.
vrm.5.1 Hanuma went, like Garuda, in the sky served by clouds or streams of water, served also by Birds, tread by masters of music Tumburu and other Gandharvas, served by Airavata, borne by Lions, Elephants, Tigers, Birds and serpents, decorated by clear Vimanas moving with great speed, shone by fires with thunderous jolt equal to that of Vajra the weapon of Devendra, decorated by people with good deeds, people with great luck who conquered the heavens, served by the God of fire carrying great quantities of oblations, shone by planets, stars, moon, sun and starlets, occupied by groups of great sages, Gandharvas, Nagas, Yakshas but unpopulated by humans, clear and all pervasive, served by the Gandharva king Vishvavasu, roamed by Elephants of Devendra, the path of the moon and the sun, the auspicious one, a wide canopy of the earth constructed by Brahma, served in various ways by excellent courageous groups of Vidyadharas.
vrm.5.51 "The renowned Rama, who is equal in prowess to Vishnu is the foremost among Devas or Asuras or men, or among hordes of Yakshas or among all Vidyadharas, or among Gandharvas or among Uragas or among Siddhas or among excellent Kinnaras or among Patatris Suparnas or among all living beings at all places and at all times.
vrm.5.51 "O king of Rakshasas! Devas, Daityas, Gandharvas, Vidyadharas, Nagas, Yakshas, all of them are not able to stand before Rama the lord of the three worlds.
vrm.5.54 There, all the Devas, Sages, Gandharvas, Vidyadharas, Nagas, Yakshas, the Bhutas and all great living beings attained a great joy.
vrm.5.56 Then, leaving that tormented mountain of excellence Kinnaras, Nagas, Gandharvas, Yakshas and Vidyadharas ascended to the sky.
vrm.6.61 "O Rama! He conquered thousands of Devas, Danavas, Yakshas, Bhujangas, Pishitashanas raw flesh eaters, Gandharvas, Vidyadharas and Pannagas in battle.
vrm.6.69 Vidyadharas, the super natural beings and great sages, saw the mighty Narantaka, seated on the back of a Horse and hacking a path way for himself through the army of Vanaras.
vrm.6.71 Then, Vidyadharas, Bhutas, Devas, Daityas, great Sages and Guhyakas, all the great souled ones saw that battle.
vrm.6.74 From that mountain, Hanuma then ascended Mount Malaya, appearing as Mounts Meru and Mandara, filled with several kinds of cascades, full of many trees and creepers, having Kamala and Utpala lotuses blooming, visited by Devas and Gandharvas, having a height of Sixty Yojanas four hundred eighty miles, frequented by Vidyadharas, a number of sages and Apsaras, filled with various kinds of animal troupes and illuminated by many caves, Hanuma grew his body, appearing like a cloud, bewildering Yakshas, Gandharvas and Kinnaras.
vrm.7.16 And Yakshas and Vidyadharas and Siddhas asked, What is this.
vrm.7.28 Piety and asceticism, which are at the root of attaining to every thing in the world, are at his thighs; Kamadeva is his male organ, the Viswadevas are at his waist and the Maruts are at the sides of his Basti; the Vasus are in the middle potion of his body, the oceans are in his belly, the quaters are on his sides, the Maruts are at his joints the manes are one his back and the grand father has taken shelter in his heat ;the pious acts of making gifts of kine, gold and lands are his downs; the mounts Himalaya, Hemkuta, Mandara, and Meru are his bones ;the thunder bolt is his palm, the sky his body; the evening and watery clouds are on his neck, the creator, the preserver and the Vidyadharas are on his two arms.
vrm.7.31 And there danced mirthfully, with their damsels, the Vidyadharas, inebriete and having their eyes reddened with drink.

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