madhura Once when Parwati was away, Shiva had sexual intercourse with a woman called Madhura, who came to Kailas to worship him. On her return, Parwati saw her husband Shiva making love with Madhura, and she became a frog. When the period of the curse was over after twelve years, the frog took the form of Mandodari who became the wife of Ravana, the ten-headed king of Lanka. The sperm of Shiva which remained dormant in the womb of Mandodari when the was frog began to develop, and finally gave birth to Indrajit. Thus, the so-called son of Ravana-Indrajit of Lanka-was an intelligence son of Shiva. Cited from Website: Amorous gods Cologne Sanskrit Dictionary mf({A})n. sweet , pleasant , charming , delightful sounding sweetly or uttering sweet cries , melodious , mellifluous ({am} ind.) ; m. sweetness L. ; a kind of leguminous plant the red sugar-cane a species of mango a Moringa with red flowers rice a partic. drug (= {jIvaka}) molasses sour gruel (also f. {A}) N. of one of the attendants of Skanda of a Gandharva (with {AcArya}) of a teacher Cat. (cf. {mAdhura}) ({A}) f. Anethum Sowa or Panmorium Beta Bengalensis Asparagus Racemosus and other plants liquorice a kind of root similar to ginger sour rice-water N. of a town (= {mathurA}) of the tutelary deity of the race of Vandhula kind of musical instrument n. kind or friendly manner (only {eNa} ind.) the quality of the throat which makes the voice sweet sweetness syrup , treacle poison . tin