Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 30 Aug 2011 14:08 and updated at 30 Aug 2011 14:08


vrm.1.45 Then sojourning on the riverbank of Ganga they have seen the city called Vishala.
vrm.1.45 The great sage Vishvamitra then quickly started along with Rama and Lakshmana to the charming and admirable city Vishala, which in comparison is like heaven.
vrm.1.45 Then Rama, whose flair for knowing everything is high, became suppliant duly adjoining his palms, and enquired about the prominent city Vishala with the great Sage Vishvamitra.
vrm.1.45 "Oh, great sage, which dynasty of kings is ruling from this city of Vishala? Let safeness betide you, I am interested to hear of it and indeed I am highly inquisitive about it.
vrm.1.45 Hearing that sentence of Rama then the eminent sage Vishvamitra has commenced to narrate the legend of ancient Vishala.
vrm.1.45 Thus Vishvamitra continued his narration about Vishala city and its emergence.
vrm.1.46 "On the exit of Sage Kaashyapa, oh, best one among men Rama, highly elated Diti reached the sacred place called Kushaplava, on which the present City of Vishala is now standing, and practised a highly rigorous asceticism.
vrm.1.46 Thus, Sage Vishvamitra continued narration about City of Vishala.
vrm.1.47 Thus Vishvamitra continued his narration about City Vishala.
vrm.1.47 b, a "To king Ikshvaku of Vishala, oh, tigerly man Rama, a highly righteous son was born through queen Alambusa, and he was renowned as Vishala.
vrm.1.47 There is a city in this place constructed by him and known by his own name, Vishala.
vrm.1.47 "Oh, Rama, Vishala s son is the great mighty Hemachandra, and Hemachandra s son is highly renowned as Suchandra.
vrm.1.47 "By the grace of Ikshvaku, the successive kings of Vishala have longevity, intrepidity, well off in generosity, and they were great souled ones.
vrm.1.47 The best one among best men, a widely reputed and the highly resplendent king of Vishala, namely Sumati, having heard that Vishvamitra has arrived at the precincts of the city, came to him for a warm welcome.
vrm.1.50 The highly resplendent great saint Vishvamitra has informed the high souled Janaka about the coming of Rama and Lakshmana to the Hermitage of Accomplishment, their stopping over there and elimination of Rakshasas at that place, their indefatigable travel along with him, beholding City of Vishala, seeing Ahalya, her reuniting with Sage Gautama, likewise their coming hitherward to gain a grasp of great bow of Shiva.

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