सत्यमेव जयते । Satyameva Jayate - “Truth Alone Triumphs” - Mundaka Upanishad

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Sundara Kandam - 06

Sundara Kandam - 06


Lamenting about Sita

(Seeing Sita Hanuman is upset and thinks about her in various ways and pities her. He again decides that the lady whom he has found is Sita herself)

After thinking highly of Sita who is fit to be praised and Rama who has a beautiful character, that monkey chief again became thoughtful. 1

That glittering Hanuman meditated thus for some time about Sita, and with tearful eyes cried. alas! 2

“If the great man’s wife Sita ,who is fit to be worshipped by Lakshmana who always behaves with humility towards elders, is troubled by sorrow , then the dictates of time are impassable. “ 3

“This great one who knows the inner mind of Rama and Lakshmana does not get much stormy like the river Ganges in rainy season.”, he thought 4
(This indicates that Sita is very hopeful of her being rescued by Rama and Lakshmana and has not broken to pieces)

“Endowed with similar characters , age. and conduct and belonging to similar families and possessing similar characteristics, Sri Rama deserves Sita and this black eyed beauty deserves Sri Rama”, he thought. 5

Having seen her who is with colour of molten gold, who is the prettiest in the world and who is like Lakshmi(Consort of Lord Vishnu) and having also thought of Sri Rama., he told himself the following:- 6

“For the sake of this broad eyed damsel, the very strong King Bali was killed, and also Kabanda who was equal to Ravana was killed”. 7
(Kabanda who was a Gandarwa who got his head and thighs pushed inside his trunk by Vajrayudha in a fight with Indra. Since he had the boon of immortality from Brahma, he was given two very long hands(8 miles long) and mouth in his stomach., He used to draw whatever he could from the forest by using his extra long hands and push it in to his stomach. After the war with Rama, he was defeated and resumed his original form.)

“The Rakshasa Viradha who was having extremely great valor was killed in the war in the forest similar Indra killing Sambarasura., again for the sake of this damsel” 8

(Viradha was actually a Gandarwa named Dumburu who was cursed by his master Kubera.In the forest in the war with Rama and Lakshmana, he initially caught hold of Sita and left her to fight with Rama and Lakshmana.He then caught hold of , both of them and kept them on his shoulders. With their swords they cut of his hands. At that time he remembered about his actual, form and by the grace of Rama , got rid of his curse.)

“Fourteen thousand Rakshasas who were doing terrible deeds were also killed in Janasthana by using arrows which are like flame of fire for her sake. “ 9
(Janasthana is a part of Dandakaranya forest on the shores of Godhavari. Here fourteen thousand Rakshasas lead by Khara, Dhooshana and Trisiras attacked Rama and Lakshmana .They were all killed by the two brothers.)

“ The all knowing Rama killed in war the greatly powerful Khara, Trishiras and similarly Dhooshana.” 10

“It is for this broad eyed damsel’s sake that the kingdom, which was ruled by Bali, which was considered as great by the world and which was difficult to obtain for monkeys was got by Sugreeva.” 11

“It is for her sake that that I crossed the ocean which is the lord of streams and rivers and for her sake that I searched this city well.” 12

“I feel that for her sake if Lord Rama turns upside down the earth surrounded by oceans and even the universe, it would be most apt.”. 13

“Suppose in the three worlds, a choice is given between Sita who is the daughter of Janaka and the kingship of the world, the kingship will not be even equal to a tiny part of Sita.” 14

“This Sita who is eternally devoted to her husband came out breaking apart the earth coated with field dust similar to the pollen of lotus ,when the great Janaka who was the king of Mithila ploughed the field and became his very famous daughter.” 15-16

“She is the eldest daughter in law of King Dasaratha who was very good, who never came back defeated in war and who was having great valor.” 17

“This lady who is the darling wife ,of just and philosophic Rama who does unblemished actions and is like the lord of wealth ,has fallen in to the hands of these Rakshasis.” 18

“She , without bothering about sorrow and sacrificing all pleasures, accompanied her husband to the solitary forest for the sake of love from him , gave it the utmost importance and lived with happiness by eating fruits and roots of the forest thinking it similar to her life in the palace and was engaged in service to her husband.” 19-20

“She who is having all the above qualities, who was having a body of the colour of gold, who was always adorned with a smile, who always used to talk of only good things and who never had experienced sorrow in her life , now tolerates extreme sorrow.” 21

‘”Even though troubled by Ravana similar to a thirsty man attacking the water house, she has remained virtuous and Sri Rama deserves to see her.” 22

“If Rama gets her back again he would attain the happiness of a king who lost his kingdom and got it again.” 23

“Even though forsaken by love and passion, even though taken away from her relatives and friends, she is keeping her body pure for the sake of union to him”. 24

“Even now she is not seeing the Rakshasis and does not give any attention to these flower and fruit filled trees but with absolute concentration is meditating on Rama.” 25

“Husband is the ornament which is better than all ornaments to a lady and she who deserves such an ornament does not shine without one.” 26

“The Lord Sri Rama is keeping his body intact in spite of parting with her and does not disintegrate and is doing some action which no one can perform.” 27

“Seeing her who is having a pitch black hair, who is having eyes of the shape of lotus and who is fit only to enjoy, suffering my mind is in turmoil.” 28

“She who is having the patience of earth, who has eyes like lotus and who should have been protected by Rama and Lakshmana, is now being guarded by the ugly Rakshasis below a tree.” 29

“This daughter of Janaka, who is lifeless like the lotus flower touched by snow, who is suffering by sorrow again and again, has attained the tragic state of Chakravaka bird who ha lost the company of its beloved.” 30

“These Asoka trees bent low because of the large number of flowers produced after the autumn season, and this moon with its thousand rays, produces lot of sorrow to her.” 31
(Moon light and flowers make her remember her life of love with Rama and thus causes sorrow to her)

The strong and wise chief of monkey thought about the matter as described above and decided that “She is definitely Sita” and stayed hidden in the Simshuba tree. 32

Thus ends the Sixteenth chapter of Sundara Kanda which
is in the Ramayana which is the first epic written by Valmiki.


Seeing of Rakshasis
(Graphic description of the Rakshasis surrounding Sita is given in this chapter. It also describes the sorry state of Sita and ends with the mention of happiness of Hanuman on seeing Sita)

Then in the clear sky the cream coloured moon , which is normally clear, rose like a swan appearing in blue water. 1

Shining with clarity that moon appeared to help by its light and by its cool moonlight served the son of wind God. 2

Because of that He saw the full moon faced Sita similar to the ship in ocean weighed down and about to sink by her sorrow. 3

Trying to see Sita (daughter of Videha) clearly ,that son of wind god saw near her ugly and terrible looking Rakshasis among whom some were one eyed, some one eared, some with closed ears, some without ears, some with stick like ears, some breathing through the nose in the head, some with very large head and body, some thin with elongated neck, some with brush like hair, some with no hair at all, some wearing her hairs like a woolen rug, some with hanging ears and forehead, some with hanging breasts and belly, some with hanging lips, some with chin itself as lips, some with hanging faces, some with hanging knees, some hunch backed, some obese, similarly some who were dwarf, some handicapped, some with slanted mouth and some with yellow eyes. 4-9
(This description in these stanzas and the following one, by the poet of a group of grotesque looking figures, indicates to us the common perception of those times of the look of Rakshasis. There is a story that when Lord Brahma was reciting Vedas , due to excessive hunger, he became very angry and from his anger , the first two Rakshasas Hethi and Prahethi were born. They became a part of the Asuras and by their prowess became the pre dominant among them)

He also saw other Rakshasis, among whom some were very ugly, some yellow coloured, some with jet black colour, some who were very angry, some who were interested in fighting, some who were armed with big spear, swords and rods, some with faces of pig, deer, tiger, bison, sheep and fox, some with legs of elephant, camel and horse, some with heads fixed just over the body, some with one hand and one leg, some with ears of a donkey, some with ears of a dog, some with ears of a cow, some with ears of an elephant, some with ears of a lion, similarly some without nose, some with very big nose, some with nose like an elephant, some with ears on their forehead, some with legs of an elephant, some with very big legs, some with legs of a cow, some with profuse hairs on the legs, some with big neck and heads, some with big breasts and belly, some with big mouth and eye, some with long nails and tongue, some with face of a sheep, some with face of an elephant, some with face of a cow, some with face of a pig, some with faces of horse, camel and donkey, some holding spears and thorn sticks, some with ire, some interested in fighting, some with projected teeth., some with blond hairs, some with terrible looking mien, some always interested in alcohol and meat, some drinking spirits often, some with ugly faces, some who had rubbed meat and blood all over their body, some whose food was only meat and blood, some who had a terrible stare which would make hairs stand upright, and all of them surrounding on all four sides a huge forest tree with umpteen branches. 10-18

That Hanuman blessed by Goddess Lakshmi saw below that tree which was in the center of Asoka forest, that Lady Sita, who was a princess, who was innocent, who was the daughter of Janaka, who had lost her glitter, who had faded because of her sorrow, who was having flying dirty hair, who was like a star pushed down to earth when its good deeds are over{1}, who was great because of her virtue, who was not knowing ways to see her husband, who was not wearing costly ornaments, who was wearing the ornament of her devotion to her husband, who was abducted by the king of rakshasas, who was separated from her relatives, who was like the she elephant who was in the custody of a lion after loosing her way, who was like the autumn crescent hidden by the clouds of the late rainy season, who was dirty looking because she had not washed herself, who was like a veena without strings, who was sunk in the sea of sorrow, who was earlier in the custody of her husband and who did not like to be in the custody of Rakshasis. 19-24

‘Seeing the lady who was like a tender plant in flowering, surrounded by the Rakshasis, he felt that she was like the Rohini star surrounded by the nine planets. 25
(The Moon God has 27 wives , all of them daughters of Daksha. The moon God , it seems was very partial to Rohini, one of his wives. She is supposed to be the bright star traveling along with the moon)

“Though by her natural beauty itself she was well made up, due to the dirt that she was having on her faded body , she was like the slush coated lotus plant which was shining as well as not shining”, he thought. 26

The monkey chief Hanuman saw Sita who was only wearing a dirty and ruffled single cloth, who was having an eye similar to the young deer, who was not wilting away because she was remembering the greatness of her husband, who was being protected by her virtue, who was having black eyes and who was blessed by her youth. 27-28

Understanding her as Sita, that son of wind god ,looking at the princess of Mithila who was having eyes similar to an young deer, who was seeing in all directions like a fear struck deer, who was breathing heavily as if her breath will burn the well grown tress surrounding her, who was like a tidal wave of sorrow which always comes as a group, who was shining without any ornaments, who was having very perfect limbs and who was having great patience, attained limitless happiness for having completed his task. 29-31

Hanuman shed tears of happiness seeing her who was having eyes like wine and immediately Saluted Sri Rama. . 32

That heroic Hanuman becoming happy because he saw Sita, saluted both Sri Rama and Lakshmana and continued to he in hiding. 33

Thus ends the Seventeenth chapter of Sundara Kanda which
is in the Ramayana which is the first epic written by Valmiki.


Arrival of Ravana

(Here the description of the passionate Ravana who woke up and came to Asoka forest along with his wives to see Sita ,is given. Ravana is described as valorous but spoiled by his passion and his women are described as virtuous, good and devoted to him)

When he was examining with care the forest, which was in full flower and also searching for the daughter of Videha, the night was about to come to an end and the dawn was in making. 1

In the end of night he heard the recitation of Vedas by the Brahma rakshasas who were well versed in all the six parts of Vedas and who had done great fire sacrifices. 2
(Brahma Rakshasas are highly learned Brahmins who due to the wayward life they lead and sins they committed are not able to attain Pithru Loka after their death. It is believed that they are very learned and have occult powers)

At that time the very strong and great Hero , the ten headed one (Ravana) was woken up with the good luck , by singing songs which were sweet to hear and also verses praising him. 3

That famous king of Rakshasas having woken up at the correct time wearing displaced cloths and garlands thought of the daughter of Videha. 4

That egoist Rakshasa because the God of love affected him, was not able to keep his passion to Sita under control. 5

He , carrying with him his unparalleled fame ,wearing all ornaments entered Asoka forest., which was having hangings made of gold in which gems were inlaid, which had fallen fully ripe fruits, which was dense with trees, which was giving happiness to the mind and eyes , which was having statues of deer , which was full of different varieties of trees, which was having several wonderful birds full of zest, which was filled with lotus ponds and which was shining with various types of flowers and saw it round. 6-9

That Ravana was followed by a very big group of ladies similar to Indra being followed by deva and Gandharwa maidens. 10

Some of those ladies were carrying in their hand white threaded fan, some had golden lamps hanging on a chain and some had round ornamental discs. 11
(The Chamara, the white threaded fan had a handle and was used to fan kings)

Some with water in golden vessels preceded him and some with back turned swords and carpets followed him. 12

At that time one intelligent lady took a gem studded pot with water in her right hand and walked with him. 13
(When great personages walked, some one walked before him and sprinkled water on his path , so that , the road is not dusty.)

Another walked behind him with an umbrella, which was having a golden handle, which was white, like a swan and which was shining like a full moon. 14

With eyes made red by lack of sleep and wine, those great wives of Ravana followed their heroic husband like the streaks of lightning following the clouds. 15

Those darling wives of Ravana who were wearing mixed up garlands and bangles, who were having a disheveled looks, whose hair has been unloosened, whose face was full of droplets of sweat, whose body was made wet by sweat, whose hair was adorned by flowers, who were tottering because of loss of sleep and due to effects of wine, who were having pretty faces, who were having eyes causing passion and who were great ladies followed the Rakshasa king because of their respect and passion towards him. 16-18

This very strong Ravana who was the husband of those ladies had come under the control of passion became a bad individual and because he had lost his heart to Sita and was following a path of utter selfishness ., 19

Hanuman the son of Wind god heard the jingling sound of the anklets and waist belts of those great ladies. 20

Hanuman saw Ravana who was capable of very great deeds, who had unimaginable strength and masculinity, who shined on all the four directions by the light of many lamps held in the front which were fed by perfumed oils, who was full of passion, egoism and bad conduct, who was having long red eyes, who was a personification of the god of love without his rope and who was wearing well washed white cloths with a colour of foam of milk hanging from his shoulders but pushed to one side, entered the garden. 21-24

Hiding in branch with profuse leaves and hidden by leaves and flowers, Hanuman started examining Ravana with care.. 25

When the chief of monkeys was examining Ravana thus he saw the youthful pretty great wives of Ravana. 26

That famous king surrounded by that bevy of beauties entered the garden of the harem, which was full of animals and birds. 27

That Hanuman saw the very strong king of Rakshasa who was the son of sage Vishravas, who was holding his two ears upright like spears, who was well ornamented, who was visibly drunk by passion, and who was surrounded by his ladies like the stars surrounding the moon. 28-29
(Malyavan, the maternal grand father of Ravana, wanted the Rakshasa clan to win over Devas. He induced his daughter Kaikasi to attract Sage Vishravas, who was the son of
Pulasthya and father of the God of wealth, Kubhera. She became the mother of four children as a result. The eldest was Ravana)

That monkey chief who was endowed with great power saw Ravana who was glittering by the rays of his power. 30

That greatly resplendent monkey chief who was the Son of God of wind decided without any doubt that” This individual was earlier seen by me in the center of the city, in a great palace asleep and so this must be the great hero Ravana.”, and he jumped and ran away
(The awesome look of Ravana induced fear even in a great hero like Hanuman. The poet wants us to compare the weak and tender Sita in such a circumstance.)

That monkey chief was greatly resplendent but being disturbed by the great power of Ravana , he further withdrew deep in to hiding. 32

That Ravana with a great desire to see Sita who had jet-black hair, jet black eyes, passionately attractive wide waist, and very dense breasts neared her. 33

Thus ends the Eighteenth chapter of Sundara Kanda which
is in the Ramayana which is the first epic written by Valmiki.


Description of the sage like Sita

(This chapter gives a very detailed and graphic description of the state of Sita)

The innocent princess Vaidehi who was a noble soul, seeing Ravana the youthful , pretty king of Rakshasas from the place she was sitting ,shook like a banana plant caught in a cyclone 1-2

That ten headed one saw Sita who was having a pretty body, who had broad eyes, who was hiding her belly by her thighs and breasts by her hands, who was being guarded by the crowd of Rakshasis, who had wilted because of her sorrow, who was crying, who was like a sinking ship, who was like a branch of a tree which had fallen on earth, who was sitting on bare earth , who was doing great penance, who was suitable for a make up but was not made up, who was wearing dirt as an ornament and who was the princess of Videha. In that state she who was like a stem of lotus, which was shining and also not shining. 3-6

Ravana because his death was nearby, passionately loved Sita, who was like one traveling in the chariot of mind pulled by horses called “strong decision” taking her near to the all knowing great prince Sri Rama, who had faded, who was alone, who was crying, who was all the time thinking and crying, whose only aim was Sri Rama, who was virtuous, who had still not seen the end of sorrow, who was like the shivering Naga maiden tied by magic chants, who was like the star Rohini affected by the comets, who was born in a pedigreed family which was orthodox, which was just and which was having good character and good conduct , who was given in religious marriage to another great family, who appeared as if she was brought up in a bad family, who was like the fame tainted by non existing gossip, who was like the knowledge which was not memorized by constant repetition, who was like the fame which had disappeared, who was like the attention which was dishonored, who was like the knowledge which has diminished, who was like the desire which was disappointed, who was like a demolished home, who was like the commands which were not obeyed, who was like the residences which were burnt, who was like the worship which was prevented in the right time, who was like the destroyed lotus pond, who was like the army without its commander, who was like the darkened glitter, who was like the dried up river, who was like the sacrificial arena made dirty, who was like the receding fire about to die, who was like the night of full moon when eclipse is caused by Rahu and Kethu, who was like the turbid lotus pond which was disturbed by the trunk of the elephant and from which all leaves and flowers were removed and from which the birds have flown away, who had wilted because of her husband was not with her, who was like the river from which water has been removed by canals, who was like the night of waxing moon because she had not taken her bath, who was great, who was very pretty, who was fit to live in a palace made of gems, who was wilting due to harsh sun light, who was like a lotus stem picked some time before, who was like a she elephant which was removed away from the he elephant and tied to a pillar, which was tired because of extreme sorrow and which was taking long breaths, who was shining with a single made hair without any ornaments, who was like the black corner of the forest at the end of the rainy season, who was famished because of her fast, who had become thin because of her sorrow, who was pitiable because of worries and fear, who was not taking any food, who was wilted because of sorrow, who appeared as if she was praying with folded hands to Sri Rama mentally as if she was praying God for the death of the ten headed one giving great importance to her virtue , who was having white long eyes with pretty eyelids, who was crying, who was seeing all round out of fear, who was firmly believing only on Sri Rama and who was not suitable to be found fault of.. 7-22

Thus ends the nineteenth chapter of Sundara Kanda which
is in the Ramayana which is the first epic written by Valmiki.


Ravana’s prayer of love
(This chapter is the prayer of love of Ravana to Sita. He praises her, points out his greatness and tells her how she can enjoy life if she accepts his proposal)

That Ravana with an aim to intimately talk to Sita who is sad, who meditates like a sage, who was caught in the web of fear and who is virtuous and devoted to her husband, sweetly explained to her:- 1

“Oh lady who has thighs like the elephants trunk, you seem to wish to make your body invisible to me by hiding your breasts and belly.” 2

“Hey broad eyed one, hey my dear, hey lady who has a very beautiful body, I am passionately in love with you ,who is the prettiest lady of the world and so please respect me.” 3

“Hey Sita, there are neither Rakshasas or men who are personification of passion here, and so let the fear for me inside you be completely erased.” 4

“Hey Coward, abducting other women and raping them are permissible by the clan rules of Rakshasas, no doubt.” 5

“Whatever it may be , let the God of love play to any extent on my body, but I will definitely not even touch you without your permission.” 6
(Vedavathi has cursed Ravana that if he touches any lady against her wishes, his head will break in to pieces.)

“ Hey Lady, please do not fear that any mishap will occur in this case . Hey pretty one , have belief in me and love me with all your soul, and do not spend time like this by nurturing your sorrow..” 7

“With matted singly made hair, sleeping on the floor, wearing dirty cloths, worrying and starving are not suitable to you , my lady.” 8

“Hey daughter of Mithila, please accept my love and receive rare garlands, smoke from incense, several good cloths, divine ornaments, very costly drinks, beds. Seats, song, dance and other instrumental music.” 9-10

“Hey pretty one, you are a jewel among ladies and why is it that you are not fit to receive praises ? Don’t be like this, accept me and wear ornaments on your body.” 11

“This pretty youthful looks of yours is fading very fast and the youthfulness that is past would not return back similar to the flowing water.” 12

“Hey Good looking lady, there is no one else as pretty as you and I think that the creator Brahma has stopped his work after creating you. “ 13

“Hey daughter of Videha, which male including the God Brahma can leave you after personally seeing you glittering in your beauty and youth?” 14

“Hey lady who has a face like cool full moon, Hey lady who has big wide waists, whichever part of the body I see, my eyes are tied up by that part.” 15
“Hey princess of Mithila, forsake this sorrow, become my wife and become the chief among my several great ladies.” 16

“Hey coward, whatever jewels I have brought by force from any corner of the world would belong to you and for that matter me and my kingdom will be yours.” 17

“Hey lady who attracts, I would conquer all countries with several cities in the world and for your sake give them to Janaka, your father.” 18

“I do not know any one else in this world who has same strength as me , and so think of my great valor which is unbeatable in war.” 19

“All devas and Asuras were unable to stand before me along with their armies and have been driven out by me several times after breaking their flags.” 20

“Please accept me, let you be ornamented and made up just now.” 21

“Let you , wear glittering ornaments all over your body and let me with pleasure see you pretty. after wearing those ornaments.” 22

“Hey pretty faced one, Hey coward, after being well made up, with pleasure ,enjoy all passions, be happy and get satisfied in your want of passion.” 23

“You can give as presents land and wealth to whomsoever are dear to you. Please be happy believing in me and order with courage. Please enjoy all pleasures and let all your relations live happily because of my power.” 24

“Hey lady, be pleased to see my greatness, my wealth and my fame. Hey lucky one, what are you going to do with Rama who wears cloths made of barks of trees?” 25

“Rama has lost his victory, he has lost his wealth, he wanders in the forest, he does penance, he sleeps on bare earth, and not only that I am doubting whether he is still alive or not?” 26

“Hey princess of Videha, like the moon with a stork filled front which is hidden by dark clouds , he will not be even able to see you.” 27
(Normally people imagine the shadow on the moon as rabbit but the poet here imagines it as lot of storks)

“Not only that Rama will not be able to take you away from my hands like Hiranya Kasipu was not able to take back his wife Keerthi from the hands of Indra..” 28
(Indra abducted the Kayathu alias Keerthi wife of Hiranya Kasipu, who could not get her back .Sage Narada convinced Indra of his wrong act and Gave back Kayathu to Hiranya Kasipu.It seems she was in the family way while in captivity and Narada told her the stories of Vishnu. The child named as Prahlada became a staunch devotee of Vishnu.)

“Hey coward, hey lady with heart warming smile, hey lady with pretty teeth, hey lady with pretty eyes, Hey handsome lady who attracts others, you have stolen my mind like the Garuda has taken away the serpent.” 29

“In spite of your wearing dirty silk cloth, in spite of not been made up, in spite of your having a famished look, after seeing you , I am not able to love m other dear wives.” 30
(Even at this state Sita is pretty, then imagine how much pretty she would be if she dresses well.)

“There are very many ladies with all good qualities in my harem and be pleased to become their queen.” 31

“Hey black haired one, my wives are the best in all the three worlds and they would serve you like the divine maidens serve Goddess Lakshmi.” 32

“Hey lady with pretty eyelids, Hey lady with pretty waist , you can get all the wealth and gems that Lord Kubhera has and also all the worlds and me if you so please.” 33

“Lady, Rama cannot be equal to me by innate power, fame and wealth and also never be equal to me by penance, strength and masculinity.” 34

“ Hey Lady with shifting glances, I would dedicate sufficient wealth and land for your sake, you can then enjoy all the pleasures and become happy, You can live with me as you please, be a dear to me, engage in love play with me and along with you let your relatives also become happy.” 35

“Hey coward, Hey lady, you can wear golden garlands with clear pearls and travel and enjoy with me to the fully flowered dense forests full of bees and also the beaches.” 36

(There is a version of Ramayana called Adyathma Ramayana, which tells us that Ravana had abducted Sita only as a means to see Rama whom he revered as God. This Chapter’s stanzas have been given alternate meaning by the adherents of that version of Ramayana .There is another version called Ananda Ramayana which tells us that Sita is in fact the daughter of Ravana.)

Thus ends the twentieth chapter of Sundara Kanda which is in the Ramayana which is the first epic written by Valmiki.

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Tamil * Guruvayurappan Prayer * Hari Ashtakam * Hari Hari Stotram - Tamil * Hari Nama Keerthanam - 1 * Hari Nama Keerthanam - 2 * Hari Nama Keerthanam - 3 * Hari Nama Mala Stotram * Hari Namashtakam * Hari Narayana Keerthanam * Hari Sarana Sapthakam * Hari Stotram * Indra Krutha Krishna Stotram * Indra Sthuthi * Kaivalya Ashtakam * Kamasika Ashtakam * Krishna Ashtakam - 1 * Krishna Ashtakam - 2 * Krishna Ashtakam - 3 * Krishna Dwadasa Nama Stotram * Krishna Karnamrutham - 1 * Krishna Karnamrutham - 2 * Krishna Karnamrutham - 3 * Krishna Karnamrutham - 4 * Krishna Karnamrutham - 5 * Krishna Karnamrutham - 6 * Krishna Keerthanam * Krishna Manasa Puja * Krishna Mangalam * Krishna Sthava Raja * Krishna Stotram * Kunja Viharayashtakam * Kunthi Sthuthi * Kurma Stotram * Lakshmi Narayana Hrudayam - 1 * Lakshmi Narayana Hrudayam - 2 * Lakshmi Narayana Stotram * Loka Rakshanam * Madhava Sthuti * Madhura Ashtakam * Mangala Geetham * Mangalya Sthavam * Matsya Stotram * Muchukunda Sthuthi * Mukunda Mala - 1 * Mukunda Mala - 2 * Mukunda Mukthavali * Nama Ramayana * Namam Japikkuga * Nandakumarshtakam * Narasimha Dwadasa Nama Stotram * Narasimha Kavacham * Narasimha Mangalam * Narasimha Nakha Sthuthi * Narasimha Panchamrutham * Narasimha Raja Patha Stotram * Narasimha Sthuthi Of Prahlada * Narayana Jaya - 1 * Narayana Jaya - 2 * Narayana Kavacham * Narayana Stotram * Narayana Suktam * Narayaneeyam - 01 * Narayaneeyam - 02 * Narayaneeyam - 03 * Narayaneeyam - 04 * Narayaneeyam - 05 * Narayaneeyam - 06 * Narayaneeyam - 07 * Narayaneeyam - 08 * Narayaneeyam - 09 * Narayaneeyam - 10 * Nrisimha Ashtakam * Nrusimha Ashtakam * Nrusimha Kavacham * Nrusimha Sthuthi * Nrusimha Stotram * Nrusimha Stuthi * Nyasa Dasaka * Om Jai Jagdish Hare * Palayachyutha Stotra * Parasurama Stotram * Pasurappadi Ramayanam * Prahlada Sthuthi * Prana Pranya Sthavam * Pratama Kunja Vihariyashtakam * Pratha Smarana Rama Stotram * Pratha Smarana Stotra * Puthra Prapathi Ashtakam * Radha Krishna Ashtakam * Radha Krishna Ji Ki Aarthi * Raghothama Ashtakam * Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram * Rama Ashtakam * Rama Dwadasa Naama Stotram * Rama Hrudhayam * Rama Keerthanam * Rama Mangalasasanam * Rama Narayana Sthuthi * Rama Premashtakam * Rama Raksha Mantram * Rama Sthava Raja * Rama Sthuthi * Rama Stotram - Ahalya * Rama Stotram - Indra * Rama Stotram - Jatayu * Ramachandra Shatakam * Ramachandra Stuti * Ramachandraya Mangalam * Ramodantam - 1 * Ramodantam - 2 * Ramodantam - 3 * Ramodantam - 4 * Ranganatha Stotram * Samkshepa Ramayana - 1 * Samkshepa Ramayana - 2 * Samkshepa Sundara Kandam * Sangushta Nasana Stotram * Santana Gopala Stotram * Saptha Sloki Gita * Sikshashtakam * Sita Rama Ashtakam * Sritha Kamala From Ashtapadi * Sundara Kanda - Hanuman Odyssey - 1 * Sundara Kanda - Hanuman Odyssey - 2 * Sundara Kanda - Hanuman Odyssey - 3 * Sundara Kanda - Hanuman Odyssey - 4 * Sundara Kanda - Hanuman Odyssey - 5 * Sundara Kanda - Hanuman Odyssey - 6 * Sundara Kanda - Hanuman Odyssey - 7 * Sundara Kanda - Hanuman Odyssey - 8 * Sundara Kanda Pasuram * Sundara Kandam - 01 * Sundara Kandam - 02 * Sundara Kandam - 03 * Sundara Kandam - 04 * Sundara Kandam - 05 * Sundara Kandam - 06 * Sundara Kandam - 07 * Sundara Kandam - 08 * Sundara Kandam - 09 * Sundara Kandam - 10 * Sundara Kandam - 11 * Sundara Kandam - 12 * Sundara Kandam - 13 * Sundara Kandam - 14 * Thiruppavai * Trilokya Mangala Vishnu Kavacham * Trilokya Mohana Nrusimha Kavacham * Vairagya Panchakam * Vamana Stotram * Varaha Kavacham * Vasudeva Krutha Krishna Stotram * Vasudeva Sthuthi * Venkatesa Ashtakam * Venkatesa Charana Stotra * Venkatesa Karavalmba * Venkatesa Mangala Stotram * Venkatesa Stotra * Venkatesa Suprabhatam * Venkateswara Vajrakavacha Stotram * Vishnu Chalisaa * Vishnu Panjara Stotram * Vishnu Sahasra Namam - 1 * Vishnu Sahasra Namam - 2 * Vishnu Sahasra Namam - 3 * Vishnu Sahasra Namam - 4 * Vishnu Satha Nama Stotram * Vishnu Shodasa Nama Stotram * Vishnu Sthava Raja * Vishnu Suktam * Yagna Varaha Murthi Sthuthi

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