Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 30 Aug 2011 14:35 and updated at 30 Aug 2011 14:35


vrm.1.15 "That invincible one is further self conceited by the boons you have accorded, and he is overbearingly torturing the Sages, Yaksha s, Gandharva s, Asura s, and like that even the Brahmans.
vrm.1.15 Ravana" said while seeking boon that, I shall not be killed by Gandharva s, Yaksha s, or by Devas, or by other Rakshasas.
vrm.1.15 "We, the Siddha s, Gandharva s, Yaksha s along with sages have actually come for his elimination, and thereby we seek shelter in you.
vrm.1.17 Let Vanara shaped progeny equalling Vishnu s valour be procreated from the physiques of prominent Apsara s and Gandharva s, from the girls of Yaksha s and pannaga s, and also thus from the bodies of Kinnaraa s, she Vidyadhara s, she riksha s and she Vanaras, and they shall be wizards of miracles and audacious ones, in travel they shall have air s speed, bestowed with intellect they shall be the knowers of ideation, and with their divine physique they shall be ineliminable, they shall be endowed with all the assaultive aspects of all missiles, and they shall be untiring in their efforts, like you
vrm.1.17 b, a Several of the Devas, great Sages, Gandharva s, Taarkshya s, Yaksha s, and the celebrated Uraga s, Kimpusha s, Siddha s, Vidyadhara s, Uraga s and Caarana s and even the prominent maidens of Apsara s, she Vidyadhara s, Naga, Gandharva s then gladly procreated all of the thousands of forest ranging and valiant Vanara sons from their bodies that are forest rangers.
vrm.1.21 Devas" cannot know Vishvamitra, and anybody from sages no immortals no Rakshasas no the Gandharva s and eminent Yaksha s together with the Kinnara s and great Uragas no, they cannot know him.
vrm.1.24 b, a "Later at sometime, a Yaksha female who is a guise changer at her wish, possessor of the strength of a thousand Elephants, wife of clever Sunanda, and she whose son is Maricha, the one equal to Indra in his bravery, prevailed here, let you be safe Rama.
vrm.1.25 "It is said that Yaksha s strength is trivial, and this is an yakshii, more so a female, how then this yakshii frail by her femineity can exert the strength of a thousand Elephants? On hearing the sentence of Raghava with illimitable dynamism, Vishvamitra said this sentence to the enemy subduer Rama along with Lakshmana, cheering them up with his pleasant words, "Listen by which a female became outstanding by jeer strength.
vrm.1.25 "Once there was a formidable Yaksha named Suketu, but he was childless, and he who had devout conduct performed a great ascesis.
vrm.1.25 Forefather" Brahma also gave the strength of a thousand Elephants to her, but he that highly remarkable Brahma did not give a son to that Yaksha, anticipating male to be more hazardous.
vrm.1.26 b, c Rama while being eulogised by the Suras and Siddhas for complete elimination of Yaksha s daughter, namely Tataka, stayed there along with the sage only to be awakened by the next days sunrise.
vrm.1.34 "Now, the bands of Yaksha s, Rakshasas, even the ferocious Pishitashanas raw flesh eaters, why them, all the beings that take pleasure in nights are astir, far and wide.
vrm.1.43 b, a "Later, they the Gods, sages, Gandharva s, Yaksha s, and the assemblages of Siddha s have then seen there the swoop of Ganga in that way from heaven to earth, with curiosity.
vrm.1.43 b, a "Oh, Rama, all of the Devas along with the assemblages of sages, Daityas, Danavas, Rakshasas, and even great Uragas with Kinnara s, and Gandharva s with best Yaksha s, and even Sarpas and Apsara s, have delightfully moved after Ganga who is following the chariot of Bhagiratha, and why they, in fact, all of the aquatic beings have followed Ganga.
vrm.1.55 Oh, Exquisite God, whichever missile is there either with Gods, or fiends, Gandharva s, Yaksha s, and Rakshasas, let it dawn upon me.
vrm.1.67 Rakshasas, Gandharva s, Yaksha s, Kinnara s, or reptilian demiGods, is capable enough to take aim with this bow and all are rendered incapable.
vrm.1.76 Gods together with the assemblages of sages have come keeping the Grandparent Brahma at their fore, likewise the Gandharva s, Apsara s, Siddha s, Caarana s, Kinnara s, Yaksha s, sprites and reptilian beings have also come to see Rama who is now wielding the extraordinary longbow of Vishnu, and extremely amazing event that is going to ensue.
vrm.3.34 "So far I have not seen any goddess with such a comeliness a Gandharva female no a Yaksha female no a Kinnara female no and a woman, no, not on the face of earth! "To whom Seetha becomes a wife and around whom she gladly throws her arms after such a marriage, he lives more grandly than Indra in all the worlds.
vrm.3.46 a "I have not hitherto seen any earthly female with this kind of features on the face of earth or, a goddess no a Gandharva female no Yaksha female no Kinnara female no, none whosoever! b, a "I marvel why an excellent one in all the three worlds by her features, more so, fragile and youthful as yourself should be living here in the thick of forest.
vrm.3.55 "I behold none matchable to my vitality is existent among Gods among Yaksha s no among Gandharva s no among sages no, nor anyone in any world.
vrm.3.64 Oh, Lakshmana, will the Yaksha s be comfortable now, no Gandharva s no monsters no Rakshasas no either Kinnara s or humans no, none can be comfortable henceforth.
vrm.4.29 Gods" cannot cause dismay to him, then Gandharva s no multitudes of Maruts no Asura s no Yaksha s no and then wherefore the raakshasa s can?
vrm.4.40 b, a "To enjoy frolicking in that Sudarshana Lake the Gods, Caarana s, Yaksha s, Kinnara s and hosts of Apsara females will be arriving at that lotus lake gladsomely.
vrm.4.41 Important Gods, sages, Yaksha s and even Apsara s will adore it, and it is overspread with the groups of Siddha s and Caarana s, and thus it will be heart stealing for a look.
vrm.4.43 "The son of Sage Vaishravana and king of Yaksha s, who is reverenced by all beings for he is the money giver, that fortunate king will be rejoicing there along with guhyaka s, viz.
vrm.4.43 Yaksha s.
vrm.4.43 "Under any circumstances you shall not go to the north of Kuru province as there is no other way out to follow, even for other beings like Daitya, Danava, Yaksha, Gandharva s, though they possess some extraordinary capabilities.
vrm.5.51 "This Sugreeva is indeed neither a Deva, nor Asura, nor human, nor Danava, nor Gandharva, nor Yaksha, nor Pannaga.
vrm.7.14 And as a flaming fire burneth up an extensive sward of grass stocked with dry fire wood, he began to consume that Yaksha army.
vrm.7.14 And as the wind scattereth clouds, the small remnant of Yaksha army was scattered by the redoubtable councillors of Ravana Mahodara, Suka, etc.
vrm.7.14 In the meantime, O Rama, a Yaksha named Sanyodhakantaka, accompanied by an extensive force and a large number of vehicles, on being despatched, rushed on the foe.
vrm.7.14 And wounded in the conflict by Sanyodhakantaka with his discus, as if by Vishnu hismself, Maricha toppled down to the ground from the mountain, like unto a planet whose merit hath waned, And in a moment regaining his consciousness and resting for a while, that night ranger fought with the Yaksha ;and thereat, on being defeated, he fled.
vrm.7.14 And then struck by that Yaksha with the gate way uprooted, he, discharging blood in streams, looked like a hill with minerals running on it.
vrm.7.14 And on being struck by the same gate way, the Yaksha ceased to be seen, his body having then been consumed to ashes.
vrm.7.15 Seeing the foremost of the Yakshas by thousands undergoing trepidation, the lord of riches spoke unto a mighty Yaksha Manibhadra, O foremost of Yakshas, slay the wicked Ravana, set on sin; and do thou thus become the refuge of those heroic Yakshas, who are carrying on the conflict.
vrm.7.15 And from that day forth that Yaksha remained with his head hollow on one side.
vrm.7.15 And then, O Rama, the Yaksha and Rakshasa, smiting each other in mighty encounter, did not get bewildered or experience fatigue.
vrm.7.15 And the Ten necked one successively assumed the shapes of a tiger, a boar, a cloud, a hill, the ocean, a tree, a Yaksha and a Deva.

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