Kamba Ramayanam: Sundara kandam
Dept. of Tamil Development-Culture, Govt. of Tamil Nadu, 1992 - Rāma (Hindu deity)
Extended narrative poem on the life and works of Rāma (Hindu deity); with exhaustive interpretative notes.
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Adopting the Kazhakam Aksha ambrosia Angada anklets army arrows Ayodhya blood body Brahma breasts bright broke burning burnt chaitya chariots chastity chest clouds corpses cruel dancing dark destroy Dharma diggajas Dissolution earth elephants eyes fame fangs feet fell fight fire flowers flung fragrant frightened Garuda gem-set gems gods gold golden grove hair halahala hands Hanuman heads heaven heavenly nymphs hero hill horses huge husband Indra Indrajit Jambumali jewels Kailasa Kamban karpaka Kazhakam reading killed king Lakshmana Lanka leapt lightning lives looked Lord lost lotus Mandodari mansions Meru monkey moon Mount Meru mountain mouth penance rage Rahu Rakshasas Rama Rama's Ravana reached rose sandal paste scorched seized serpent Sesha seven worlds shame shoulders Sita Siva smoke sorrow spears stood strings Sugriva sweet swords tail tears tell thought three worlds thunder Titans told trees Valmiki Vedas Vishnu weapons women wonder wrath Yama