Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 30 Aug 2011 14:28 and updated at 30 Aug 2011 14:28


vrm.1.73 On which day the king Dasharatha made the impressive cow donations or, initiatory rites, on that day alone the valiant Yudhajit turned up.
vrm.1.73 Yudhajit, the son of Kekaya king and the brother of Kaikeyi, thus the direct maternal uncle of Bharata, having seen and asked after the wellbeing of Dasharatha said this to him.
vrm.1.73 Thus Yudhajit told Dasharatha.
vrm.1.73 Then king Dasharatha on seeing the adorable guest who arrived in his presence, and who is a merited one for adoration, Dasharatha adored Yudhajit well, with full observances.
vrm.1.77 b, a "This is your maternal uncle and the son of king of Kekaya, and this valiant Yudhajit came here to take you to Kekaya province, and he is staying behind because of your marriage.
vrm.1.77 thus Dasharatha bade farewell to Bharata suggesting that Bharata may now go with Yudhajit.
vrm.1.77 b, a Yudhajit on clinching not only Bharata, but Shatrughna also, that valiant one is highly gladdened and entered his own city, indeed to the high rejoice of his father, King of Kekaya.
vrm.2.1 Treated with good hospitality and paternal love by his maternal uncle, Yudhajit, who was a lord of cavalry, Bharata stayed with his brother there.
vrm.2.70 While Bharata was narrating his dream, the messengers whose Horses were tired, entered the beautiful city called Rajagriha, which has too big a palace gate and met the king Kekaya and the prince Yudhajit, who received them hospitably.
vrm.2.70 Likewise, Aswapati sent some attendants, who were dear, reliable, endowed with virtues and inmates of his palace with Bharata to accompany him on the return journey Yudhajit, his maternal uncle gave him as gifts, Elephants of Airavata race born in Indrasira mountain range and which were charming to behold as well as mules which could walk quickly and were well trained
vrm.2.70 Bharata took leave of his maternal grandfather and also Yudhajit, his maternal uncle and set out on a chariot for Ayodhya along with Satrughna.
vrm.2.72 How many days passed since you have left your maternal grand fathers house? Is there no travel fatigue to you, who have come speedily in a chariot? O,son! Is your grand father doing well? Is Yudhajit, your maternal uncle doing well? Were you happy in being absent from home Be good enough to tell me all? Affectionately enquired thus by Kaikeyi, the lotus eyed bharata, the prince, narrated all to his mother.
vrm.2.72 Yudhajit, your father as well as my maternal uncle are doing well Carrying the gifts and jewels, given to me by the king who annihilates enemies my followers became tired on the way and I arrived ahead of them I came soon because of the horridness communicated by royal messengers.
vrm.2.81 Bring Shatrughna with his royal attendants, the illustrious Bharata, Yudhajit Bharatas maternal uncle Sumantra the charioteer and those people who are royal well wishers there.
vrm.7.48 Agreeing with his request Yudhajit said, "O Raghava, let jewels and wealth inexhaustible be with thee.
vrm.7.48 Thereupon, Rama, at first saluted and went round him and then Yudhajit, the son of Kekaya, went away to his kingdom in the company of Lakshmana like unto Indra leaving for home in the company of Vishnu on the destruction of the Asura Vritra.
vrm.7.113 Once upon a time Yudhajit, the king of Kekaya, sent into the high souled Rama, Gargya son of his own preceptor Angiras a Brahmin saint of unmitigated prowess; and with him he sent, as tokens of affections, gifts of Ten Thousand horses, numberless Blankets, various jewels, diverse clothes and well washed coverlets.
vrm.7.113 Hearing of the arival of the great saint Gargya with above valuable presents sent by his material uncle Yudhajit, the intelligent Rama, with his brothers, proceeded about a Krosa to receive him and adored him particularly likely unto the lord of Devas honoring Brihaspati.
vrm.7.113 O thou having long arms, if thou dost like, hear what loving words thy maternal uncle Yudhajit, the foremost of men, has said.
vrm.7.113 Being well protected by uncle Yudhajit and preceded by Bharata with army and followers they shall subjugate the Gandharvas and divide the kingdom between them.
vrm.7.114 Hearing of the arrival of the Bharata with the army Gargya and Yudhajit, the king of Kekayas, were greatly delighted.
vrm.7.114 Thereupon the highly powerful and light armed Bharata and Yudhajit, with the soldiers and followers, arrived at the city of Gandharvas.

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