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Srimad Vālmīki Rāmāyaṇa | Sundara Kāṇḍa ~ Sarga 24 of 68

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Sundara Kāṇḍa : Book of Beauty || Total Sargas (or) Chapters: 68

Abstract: Detailed accounts of Hanuman’s adventures, including his meeting with Sita. Traditionally read first when reading the Ramayana, this book’s name derives from the fond name given to Hanuman by his mother.

Sarga (chapter): 24 of 68 || śloka (verses): 48

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Vālmīki (Sanskrit: वाल्मीकि)

Vālmīki (Sanskrit: वाल्मीकि)



Introduction

Sita cites the examples of Sachi, Arundhati, Rohini et.al., on their devotion towards their husbands. Ogre women threaten to kill Sita and eat her if she dosent accept Ravana.

ततः सीतामुपागम्य राक्षस्यो विकृताननाः |
परुषं परुषा नार्य ऊचुस्तां वाक्यमप्रियम् || ५-२४-१
tataH siitaamupaagamya raakShasyo vikR^itaananaaH |
paruShaM paruShaa naarya UcustaaM vaakyamapriyam || 5-24-1


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.1

1. tataH = Thereafter; raakshasyaH naaryaH = ogre women; parushhaaH = with a cruel nature; vikR^itaananaH = with crooked faces; upaagamya = neared; taam siitaam = that Seetha; uuchuH = (and) spoke; apriyam = unpleasant; vaakyam = words; parushham = harshly.

Thereafter ogre women with a cruel nature, with crooked faces neared that Seetha and spoke unpleasant words harshly.

किं त्वमन्तःपुरे सीते सर्वभूतमनोहरे |
महार्हशयनोपेते न वासमनुमन्यसे || ५-२४-२
kiM tvamantaHpure siite sarvabhuutamanohare |
mahaarhashayanopete na vaasamanumanyase || 5-24-2


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.2

2. siite = O Seetha; kim = why; tvam = (are) you; naanuamanyase = not agreeing; vaasam = to stay; antaHpure = in the gynaeceum; sarvabhuuta manohare = pleasing to all beings; mahaarhashayanopete = together with the very best beds.

“O Seetha! Why are you not agreeing to stay in the gynaeceum pleasing to all beings together with very best beds.”

मानुषी मानुषस्यैव भार्यात्वं बहुमन्यसे |
प्रत्याहर मनो रामान्न त्वं जातु भविष्यसि || ५-२४-३
maanuShii maanuShasyaiva bhaaryaatvaM bahumanyase |
pratyaahara mano raamaanna tvaM jaatu bhaviShyasi || 5-24-3


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.3

3. maanyshhii = you who are a human; bahumanyase = are thinking highly; bhaaryaatvam = (about) the wifehood; maanushhasyaiva = of a human being; pratyahaara = withdraw; manaH = mind; raamaat = from Rama; tvam = (otherwise) you; na bhavishhyasi = will not exist; jaatu = at all;

“You who are a human are thinking highly about the wifehood of a human being. Withdraw your mind from Rama. Otherwise you will not exist at all.”

त्रैलोक्यवसुभोक्तारं रावणं राक्षसेश्वरम् |
भर्तारमुपसंगम्य विहरस्व यथासुखम् || ५-२४-४
trailokyavasubhoktaaraM raavaNaM raakShaseshvaram |
bhartaaramupasaMgamya viharasva yathaasukham || 5-24-4


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.4

4. viharasva = sport; yathaasukham = according to (your) comfort; saMgamya = coming together; raakshaseshvaram = (with) the king of ogres; raavaNam = Ravana; trailokyavasubhoktaaram = enjoying luxuries of the three worlds; bhartaaram = (and taking him) as husband.

“Sport according to your comfort coming together with the king of ogres Ravana enjoying luxuries of the three worlds and taking him as husband.

मानुषी मानुषं तं तु राममिच्छसि शोभने |
राज्याद्भ्राष्टमसिद्धार्थं विक्लबं त्वमनिन्दिते || ५-२४-५
maanuShii maanuShaM taM tu raamamichchhasi shobhane |
raajyaadbhraaShTamasiddhaarthaM viklabaM tvamanindite || 5-24-5


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.5

5. shobhane = O beautiful one!; anindite = O irreproachable one!; maanushhii tu = but being a human; tvam = you; iccchhasi = are desiring; tam raamam = that Rama; maanushham = who is a human; bhrashhTam = banished; raajyaat = from kingdom; asiddhaartham = unsuccessful; viklabam = (and) gloomy.

“O beautiful one! O irrreproachable one! But being a human you are desiring that Rama who is a human, banished from kingdom, unsuccessful and gloomy.”

राक्षसीनां वचः श्रुत्वा सीता पद्मनिभेक्षणा |
नेत्राभ्यामश्रुपूर्णाभ्यामिदं वचनमब्रवीत् || ५-२४-६
raakShasiinaaM vachaH shrutvaa siitaa padmanibhekShaNaa |
netraabhyaamashrupuurNaabhyaamidaM vacanamabraviit || 5-24-6


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.6

6. siitaa = Seetha; padma nibhekshaNaa = with eyes like lotuses; shrutvaa = hearing; vachaH = words; raakshasiinaam = of ogre women; abraviit = spoke; idam vachanam = these words; netraabhyaam = with eyes; ashrupuurNaabhyaam = filled with tears.

Seetha with eyes like lotuses hearing the words of ogre women spoke these words with eyes filled with tears.

यदिदम् लोकविद्विष्टमुदाहरथ संगताः |
नैतन्मनसि वाक्यं मे किल्बिषं प्रतिभाति वः || ५-२४-७
yadidam lokavidviShTamudaaharatha saMgataaH |
naitanmanasi vaakyaM me kilbiShaM pratibhaati vaH || 5-24-7


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.7

7. saMgataa = (all of you) coming together; yat vaakyam = whatever words; lokavidviSTam = which are hated in the world; udaaharatha = you spoke; me = in my matter; etat = this; na pratibhaati = does it not seem; kilbishham = sinful; vaH = in your; manasi = mind;

“All of you coming together whatever words which are hated in the world you spoke in my matter, this does it not seem sinful in your mind?”

न मानुषी राक्षसस्य भार्या भवितुमर्हति |
कामं खादत मां सर्वा न करिष्यामि वो वचः || ५-२४-८
na maanuShii raakShasasya bhaaryaa bhavitumarhati |
kaamaM khaadata maaM sarvaa na kariShyaami vo vachaH || 5-24-8


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.8

8. maanushhii = Human woman; na arhati = is not suited; bhavitum = to become; bhaaryaa = wife; raakshasasya = of an ogre; sarvaaH = all of you; kaamam = freely; khaadata = eat; maam = me; na karishhyaami = I will not honour; vaH vachanaH = your words.

“Human woman is not waited to become wife of an ogre. All of you freely eat me. I will not honour your words.”

दीनो वा राज्यहीनो वा यो मे भर्ता स मे गुरुः |
तं नित्यमनुरक्तास्मि यथा सूर्यं सुवर्चला || ५-२४-९
diino vaa raajyahiino vaa yo me bhartaa sa me guruH |
taM nityamanuraktaasmi yathaa suuryaM suvarchalaa || 5-24-9


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.9

9. diinaH vaa = (although) wretched; raajya hiinaH vaa = or without kingdom; yaH = whoever; me bhartaa = is my husband; saH = He (alone); me = is my; guruH = master; suvarchalaa yathaa = like Suvarchala; suuryam = with the Sun God; anuraktaa asmi tam = I am fond of Him; nityam = always;

“Although wretched or without kingdom, whoever is my husband, He alone is my master. Like Suvarchala with the Sun God, I am fond of Him always.”

यथा शची महाभागा शक्रं समुपतिष्ठति |
अरुन्धती वसिष्ठं च रोहिणी शशिनं यथा || ५-२४-१०
लोपामुद्रा यथागस्त्यं सुकन्याच्यवनं यथा |
सावित्री सत्यवन्तं च कपिलं श्रीमती यथा || ५-२४-११
सौदासं मदयन्तीव केशिनी सगरं यथा |
नैषधं दमयन्तीव भैमी पतिमनुव्रता || ५-२४-१२
तथाहमिक्ष्वाकुवरं रामं पतिमनुव्रता |
yathaa shacii mahaabhaagaa shakraM samupatiShThati |
arundhatii vasiShThaM ca rohiNii shashinaM yathaa || 5-24-10
lopaamudraa yathaagastyaM sukanyaacyavanaM yathaa |
saavitrii satyavantaM ca kapilaM shriimatii yathaa || 5-24-11
saudaasaM madayantiiva keshinii sagaraM yathaa |
naiShadhaM damayantiiva bhaimii patimanuvrataa || 5-24-12
tathaahamikShvaakuvaraM raamaM patimanuvrataa |


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.10 to 5.24.13a

10; 11; 12; 13a. yathaa = like; mahaabhaagaa = the highly fortunate; shachii = Sachi; samupatishhThati = (who) waits; shukram = upon Indra; arundhatii vasishhTham cha = like Arundhati on Vasishta; yathaa = like; rohiNi sashinam = Rohini on the Moon God; yathaa = like; lopamudraa agastyam = Lopamudra on Agastya; sukanyaa chyavanam yathaa = like Sukanya on Chyavana; saavitrii satyavantam = (like) Savitri on Satyavanta; shriimatii kapilam yathaa = like Srimati on Kapila; saudaasam madayantiiva = like Madayanti on Saudasa; keshinii sagaram yathaa = like Kesini on Sagara; damayantiiva = like Damayanti; bhaimii = daughter of Bhima; anuvrataa = devoted; patim naishhadham = to husband Nala; tathaa = in the same way; aham anuvrataa = I am devoted; patim raamam = to my husband Rama; ikshvaakuvaram = best in Ikshvaku dynasty.

“Like the highly fortunate Sachi who waits upon Indra, like Arundhati on Vasishta, like Rohini on the Moon God, like Lopamudra on Agastya, like Sukanya on Chyavana, like Savitri on Satyavanta, like Srimati on Kapila, like Madayanti on Saudasa, like Kesini on Sagara, like Damayanti the daughter of Bhima, devoted to husband Nala, in the same way I am devoted to my husband Rama, the best in Ikshvaku dynasty.”

सीताया वचनं श्रुत्वा राक्षस्यः क्रोधमूर्चिताः || ५-२४-१३
भर्त्सयन्ति स्म परुषैर्वाक्यै रावणचोदिताः |
siitaayaa vacanaM shrutvaa raakShasyaH krodhamuurchitaaH || 5-24-13
bhartsayanti sma paruShairvaakyai raavaNacoditaaH |


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.13b, 5.24.14a

13b; 14a. raakshasyaH = ogre women; raavaNa choditaaH = incited by Ravana; shrutvaa = listening; vachanam = to the words; siitaayaaH = of Seetha; krodhamuurchitaaH = swooned with anger; bhartsayanti = frightened (Her); parushhaiH vaakyaiH = with harsh words.

Ogre women incited by Ravana listening to the words of Seetha, swooned with anger and frightened Her with harsh words.

अवलीनः स निर्वाक्यो हनुमान् शिंशुपाद्रुमे || ५-२४-१४
सीतां संतर्जयन्तीस्ता राक्ससीरशृणोत् कपिः |
avaliinaH sa nirvaakyo hanumaan shiMshupaadrume || 5-24-14
siitaaM saMtarjayantiistaa raaksasiirashR^iNot kapiH |


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.14b, 5.24.15a

14b; 15a. saH hanumaan = that Hanuma; kapiH = a monkey; nirvaakyaH = not talking; avaliinaH = (and) hiding; shiMshupaa drume = in the Simsupa tree; ashR^iNot = listened; taaH raakshasiiH = to those ogre women; saMtarjayantiiH = frightening; siitaam = Seetha.

That monkey Hanuma not talking and hiding in the Simsupa tree listened to those ogre women frightening Seetha.

तामभिक्रम्य संक्रुद्दा वेपमानां समन्ततः || ५-२४-१५
भृशं संलिलिहुर्दीप्तान् प्रलब्मन् दशनच्छदान् |
taamabhikramya saMkruddaa vepamaanaaM samantataH || 5-24-15
bhR^ishaM saMlilihurdiiptaan pralabman dashanachchhadaan |


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.15b, 5.24.16a

15b; 16a. abhikramya = nearing; taam = that Seetha; vepamaanaam = shaking (with fear); samantataH = in all directions; saMkR^iddhaH = (those ogres) being angry; saMlilihuH = licked; bhR^isham = a lot; diiptaan = shining; pralambaan dashanachchhadaan = hanging lips.

Nearing that Seetha shaking with fear in all directions, those ogres being angry licked a lot shining and hanging lips.

ऊचुश्च परमक्रुद्धाः प्रगृह्याशु परश्वधान् || ५-२४-१६
नेयमर्हति भर्तारं रावणं राक्षसाधिपम् |
Uchushcha paramakruddhaaH pragR^ihyaashu parashvadhaan || 5-24-16
neyamarhati bhartaaraM raavaNaM raakShasaadhipam |


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.16b, 5.24.17a

16b; 17a. paramkruddhaaH = being angry a lot; pragR^ihya = grasping; aashu = quickly; parashvadhaan = axes; uuchushcha = and spoke; iyam = this woman; naarhati = is not suited; raakshasaadhipam = (to have) the king of ogres; raavaNAm = Ravana; bhartaaram = as husband.

Being angry a lot and grasping axes quickly spoke as follows: “This woman is not suited to have the king of ogres Ravana as husband.”

सा भर्तस्यमाना भीमाभी राक्षसीभिर्वरानना || ५-२४-१७
सबाष्पमपसर्पन्ती शिंशुपां तामुपागमत् |
saa bhartasyamaanaa bhiimaabhii raakShasiibhirvaraananaa || 5-24-17
sabaaShpamapasarpantii shiMshupaaM taamupaagamat |


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.17b, 5.24.18a

17b; 18a.bhatsyamaanaa = being frightened; raakshasiibhiH = by ogre women; bhiimaabhiH = who were horrible; saa varaananaa = that Seetha with best face; sabaashhpam = with tears in eyes; apasarpantii = moving from there; uppagamat = reached; taam shiMshupaam = that Simsupa tree.

Being frightened by ogre women who were horrible that Seetha with best face with tears in eyes and moving from there reached that Simsupa tree.

ततस्तां शिंशुपां सीता राक्षसीभिः समावृता || ५-२४-१८
अभिगम्य विशालाक्षी तस्थौ शोकपरिप्लुता |
tatastaaM shiMshupaaM siitaa raakShasiibhiH samaavR^itaa || 5-24-18
abhigamya vishaalaakShii tasthau shokapariplutaa |


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.18b, 5.24.19a

18b; 19a. tataH = Thereafter; vishaalaakshii = the wide eyed; siitaa = Seetha; abhigamya = nearing; taam siMsupaam = that Simsupa tree; samaavR^itaa = being surrounded; raakshasiibhiH = by ogre women; tasthau = was situated (there); shokapariplutaa = with gloom.

Thereafter the wide eyed Seetha nearing that Simsupa tree being surrounded by ogre women was situated there with gloom.

तां कृशां दीनवदनां मलिनाम्बरधारिणीम् || ५-२४-१९
भर्त्सयांचक्रिरे सीतां राक्षस्यस्ताम् समन्ततः |
taaM kR^ishaaM diinavadanaaM malinaambaradhaariNiim || 5-24-19
bhartsayaaMchakrire siitaaM raakShasyastaam samantataH |


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.19b, 5.24.20a

19b; 20a. taaH = those; raakshasyaH = ogres; bhartsayaaMchakrire = frightened; samantataH = from all directions; taam siitaam = that Seetha; kR^ishaam = (who was) emaciated; diinavadanaam = with a pitiful face; malinaambaradhaariNiim = wearing dirty garments;

Those ogres frightened from all directions that Seetha who was emaciated with a pitiful face and wearing dirty garments.

ततस्तां विनता नाम राक्षसी भीमदर्शना || ५-२४-२०
अब्रवीत्कुपिताकारा कराळा निर्णतोदरी |
tatastaaM vinataa naama raakShasii bhiimadarshanaa || 5-24-20
abraviitkupitaakaaraa karaaLaa nirNatodarii |


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.20b, 5.24.21a

20b; 21a. tataH = Thereafter; raakshasii = an ogre woman; vinataa naama = named Vinata; bhiimadarshnaa = with a horrible appearance; kupitaakaaraa = with an angry form; karaaLaa = crooked; nirNatodarii = having a prominent belly; taam abraviit = spoke to Her.

Thereafter an ogre woman named Vinata with a horrible appearance with an angry form, crooked, having a prominent belly spoke to Her.

सीते पर्याप्तमेतावद्भर्तुः स्नेहो निदर्शितः || ५-२४-२१
सर्वात्रातिकृतं भद्रे व्यसनायोपकल्पते |
siite paryaaptametaavadbhartuH sneho nidarshitaH || 5-24-21
sarvaatraatikR^itaM bhadre vyasanaayopakalpate |


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.21b, 5.24.22a

21b; 22a. siite = O Seetha!; snehaH = love; bhartuH = of husband; nidarshitaH = has been shown (by you); etaavat = this much; paryaaptam = is enough; bhadre = O auspicious one!; sarvatra = at all times; atikR^itam = doing (something) excessively; upakalpate = serves as; vyasanaaya = vice ;

“O Seetha! You have showed love of husband. This much is enough. O auspicious one! At all times doing something excessively serves as vice.”

परितुष्टास्मि भद्रं ते मानुषस्ते कृतो विधिः || ५-२४-२२
ममापि तु वचः पथ्यं ब्रुवन्त्याः कुरु मैथिलि |
parituShTaasmi bhadraM te maanuShaste kR^ito vidhiH || 5-24-22
mamaapi tu vachaH pathyaM bruvantyaaH kuru maithili |


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.22b, 5.24.23a

22b; 23a. maithili = O Seetha! paritushhTaa asmi = I am happy; maanushhaH vidhiH = human duty; kR^itaH = has been done; te = by you; bhadram = (let there be) fortune; te = to you; kuru = do (according to); mama = my; pathyam = wholesome; vachaH api = words also;bruvantyaaH = (which are) being told;

“O Seetha! I am happy. Human duty has been done by you. Let there be fortune to you. Do also according to my wholesome words being told.”

रावणं भ्ज भर्तारं भर्तारं सर्वरक्षसाम् || ५-२४-२३
विक्रान्तं रूपवन्तं च सुरेशमिव वासवम् |
दक्षिणं त्यागशीलं च सर्वस्य प्रियदर्शनम् || ५-२४-२४
raavaNaM bhja bhartaaraM bhartaaraM sarvarakShasaam || 5-24-23
vikraantaM ruupavantaM cha sureshamiva vaasavam |
dakShiNaM tyaagashiilaM cha sarvasya priyadarshanam || 5-24-24


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.23b, 5.24.24

23b; 24. bhaja = obtain; bhartaaram = as husband; raavaNam = Ravana; bhartaaram = (who is) the lord; sarva rakshasaam = to all ogres; vikraantam = bold; ruupavantam cha = and handsome; vaasavamiva = like Indra; sureshham = the lord of Devas; dakshiNam = able one; tyaagashiilaM cha = and liberal; priyadarshanam = with a pleasing appearance; sarvasya = to all;

“Obtain as husband Ravana who is the lord of al l ogres, bold and handsome, like Indra the lord of Devas, able one and liberal with a pleasing appearance to all.”

मानुषं कृपणं रामं त्यक्त्वा रावणमाश्रय |
दिव्याङ्गरागा वैदेहि दिव्याभरणभूषिता || ५-२४-२५
अद्यप्रभृति सर्वेषां लोकनामीश्वरी भव |
maanuShaM kR^ipaNaM raamaM tyaktvaa raavaNamaashraya |
divyaaN^garaagaa vaidehi divyaabharaNabhuuShitaa || 5-24-25
adyaprabhR^iti sarveShaaM lokanaamiishvarii bhava |


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.25, 5.24.26a

25; 26a. tyaktvaa = leaving; raamam = Rama; maanushham = a human; kR^ipaNam = miserable; aashraya = seek refuge; raavaNam = (in) Ravana; vaidehi = O Seetha!; divyaN^garaagaa = with best unguents to the body; divyaabharaNa bhuushhitaa = decorated with best ornaments; bhava = become; iishvarii = mistress; sarveshhaam lokaanaam = of all the worlds; adyaprabhR^iti = from today.

“Leaving Rama who is a human and miserable, seek refuge in Ravana. O Seetha! With best unguents to the body and decorated with best ornaments, become mistress of all the worlds from today.”

अग्नेः स्वाहा यथा देवी शिची वेन्द्रस्य शोभने || ५-२४-२६
किं ते रामेण वैदेहि कृपणेन गतायिषा |
agneH svaahaa yathaa devii shichii vendrasya shobhane || 5-24-26
kiM te raameNa vaidehi kR^ipaNena gataayiShaa |


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.26b, 5.24.27a

26b; 27a. shobhane = O auspicious one!; svahaa yathaa = like Svaha; devii = wife; agneH = of the Fire God; shachiiva = like Sachi; indrasya = (wife) of Indra (become mistress of all worlds; vaidehi = O Seetha!; kim = what (is the use); raameNa = with Rama; kR^paNena = who is miserable; gataayushhaa = and with gone vigour;

“O auspicious one! Like Svaha the wife of the Fire God, like Sachi the wife of Indra become mistress of all worlds. O Seetha! What is the use with Rama who is miserable and with gone vigour.”

एतदुक्तं च मे वाक्यं यदि त्वं न करिष्यपि || ५-२४-२७
अस्मिन्मुहूर्ते सर्वास्त्वां भक्षयिष्यामहे वयम् |
etaduktaM cha me vaakyaM yadi tvaM na kariShyapi || 5-24-27
asminmuhuurte sarvaastvaaM bhakShayiShyaamahe vayam |


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.27b, 5.24.28a

27b; 28a. tvam na karishhyasi = if you do not do; me etat uktam vaakyam = my this spoken word; vayam sarvaaH = all of us; asmin = in this; muhuurte = moment; bhakshayishhyaamahe = will eat; tvaam = you.

If you do not do my this spoken word, all of us in this moment will eat you.

अन्या तु विकटा नाम लबमानपयोधरा || ५-२४-२८
अब्रवीत्कुपिता सीतां मुष्टिमुद्यम्य गर्जती |
anyaa tu vikaTaa naama labamaanapayodharaa || 5-24-28
abraviitkupitaa siitaaM muShTimudyamya garjatii |


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.28b, 5.24.29a

28b; 29a. anyya tu = another (ogre); vikaTaa naama = named Vikata; lambamaanapayodharaa = with hanging breasts; udyamaya = rasing; mushhTim = fist; garjatii = roaring; kupitaa = with anger; abraviit = spoke; siitaam = to Seetha.

Another ogre named Vikata with hanging breasts raising fist and roaring with anger spoke to Seetha.

बहून्य्प्रियरूपाणि वचनानि सुदुर्मते || ५-२४-२९
अनुक्रोशान्मऋदुत्वाच्च सोढानि तव मैथिलि |
bahUnypriyaruupaaNi vachanaani sudurmate || 5-24-29
anukroshaanmaR^idutvaachcha soDhaani tava maithili |


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.29b, 5.24.30a

29b, 30a. sudurmate maithilii = O Seetha with evil mind!; tava bahuuni vachanaani = your many words; apriyaruupaaNi = very unpleasant ones; sodhaani = have been tolerated; anukroshaat = due to pity; mR^idutvaachcha = and due to softness.

“O Seetha with an evil mind! Your many words which are unpleasant have been tolerated due to pity and due to softness.”

न च नः कुरुषे वाक्यं हितं कालपुरुस्कृतम् || ५-२४-३०
अनीतासि समुद्रस्य पारमन्यैर्दुरासदम् |
रावणान्तःपुरं घोरं प्रविष्टा चासि मैथिलि || ५-२४-३१
na cha naH kuruShe vaakyaM hitaM kaalapuruskR^itam || 5-24-30
aniitaasi samudrasya paaramanyairduraasadam |
raavaNaantaHpuraM ghoraM praviShTaa chaasi maithili || 5-24-31


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.30b, 5.24.31

30b; 31. maithili = O Seetha!; na kurushhe cha = you are not doing; naH = our; vaakyam = word; kaalapuraskR^itam = (which is) respected by time; hitam = (and) wholesome; aaniitaa asi = you have been brought; samudrasya paaram = (to this) bank of the ocean; duraasadam = not obtainable; anyaiH = by others; pravishhTaa asi = you have entered; ghoram = terrible; raavaNaanantaHpuram = gynaeceum of Ravana.

“O Seetha! You are not doing according to our word which is respected by time and wholesome. You have been brought to this bank of the ocean not obtainable by others. You have entered the terrible gynaeceum of Ravana.”

रावणस्य गृहे रुद्धामस्माभिस्तु सुरक्षिताम् |
न त्वां शक्तः परित्रातुमपि साक्षात्पुरन्दरः || ५-२४-३२
raavaNasya gR^ihe ruddhaamasmaabhistu surakShitaam |
na tvaaM shaktaH paritraatumapi saakShaatpurandaraH || 5-24-32


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.32

32. ruddhaam = withheld; raavaNasya gR^ihe = in the house of Ravana; surakshitaam = well protected; asmaabhiH = by us; purandaraH api = even Devendra; saakshaat = himself; na shaktaH = is not capable; paritraatum = to protect; tvaam = you.

“Withheld in the house of Ravana well protected by us, even Devendra himself is not capable to protect you.”

कुरुष्व हितवादिन्या वचनं मम मैथिलि |
अलमश्रुप्रपातेन त्यज शोकमन्र्थकम् || ५-२४-३३
kuruShva hitavaadinyaa vachanaM mama maithili |
alamashruprapaatena tyaja shokamanrthakam || 5-24-33


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.33

33. maithili = O Seetha!; kurushhva = do; mama vachanam = (according to) my word; hitavaadinyaaH = (which is) beneficial; ashruprapaatena = discharge of tears;alam = is enough; tyaja = leave; anarthakam = worthless; shokam = gloom.

“O Seetha! Do according to my word, which is beneficial. Discharge of tears is enough. Leave worthless gloom.”

भज प्रीतिं च हर्षं च त्यजैतां नित्यदैन्यताम् |
सीते राक्षसराजेन सह क्रीड यथासुखम् || ५-२४-३४
bhaja priitiM cha harShaM cha tyajaitaaM nityadainyataam |
siite raakShasaraajena saha kriiDa yathaasukham || 5-24-34


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.34

34. siite = O Seetha!;bhaja = have; priitim cha = love; harshham cha = and happiness; tyaja = leave; etaam = this; nityadainyataam = daily gloom; kriiDa = sport; yathaa sukham = according to comfort; raakshasaraajena saha = with the king of ogres.

“O Seetha! Have love and happiness. Leave this daily gloom. Sport according to comfort with the king of ogres.”

जानासि हि यथा भीरु स्त्रीणां यौवनमध्रुवम् |
यावन्न ते व्यतिक्रामेत्तावत्सुखमवाप्नुहि || ५-२४-३५
jaanaasi hi yathaa bhiiru striiNaaM yauvanamadhruvam |
yaavanna te vyatikraamettaavatsukhamavaapnuhi || 5-24-35


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.35

35. bhiiru = O timid one!; jaanaasi hi = you know; yathaa = how; yauvanam = youth; striiNaam = of women; adhruvam = is not lasting; yaavat = as long as; te = your (youth);na vyatikraamet = will not pass away; taavat = so long; avaapnuhi = get; sukham = comfort.

“O timid one! You know how youth of women is not lasting. As long as your youth will not pass away, so long get comfort.”

उद्यानानि च रम्याणि पर्वतोपवनानि च |
सह राक्षसराजेन चर त्वं मदिरेक्षणे || ५-२४-३६
udyaanaani ca ramyaaNi parvatopavanaani cha |
saha raakShasaraajena chara tvaM madirekShaNe || 5-24-36


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.36

36. madirekshaNe = O one with intoxicating eyes!; tvam = you; raakshasa raajena = along with king of ogres; chara = roam; ramyaaNi udyaanaani = beautiful groves; parvatopavanaani = mountains and nearby forests.

“O one with intoxicating eyes! You along with king of ogres roam beautiful groves, mountains and nearby forests.

स्त्रीसहस्राणि ते सप्त वशे स्थास्यन्ति सुन्दरि |
रावणं भज भर्तारं भ्र्तारं सर्वरक्षसाम् || ५-२४-३७
striisahasraaNi te sapta vashe sthaasyanti sundari |
raavaNaM bhaja bhartaaraM bhrtaaraM sarvarakShasaam || 5-24-37


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.37

37. sundari = O beautiful one!; sapta = seven; strii sahasraaNi = thousand women; sthaasyanti = will be; te vashe = in your control; bhaja = have; bhartaaram = as husband; raavaNam = Ravana; bhartaaram = lord; sarvarakshsaam = of all ogres;

“O beautiful one! seven thousand women will be in your control. Have as husband Ravana the lord of all ogres.”

उत्पाट्य वा ते हृदयं भक्षयिष्यामि मैथिलि |
यदि मे व्याहृतं वाक्यं न यथावत्करिष्यसि || ५-२४-३८
utpaaTya vaa te hR^idayaM bhakShayiShyaami maithili |
yadi me vyaahR^itaM vaakyaM na yathaavatkariShyasi || 5-24-38


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.38

38. maithili = O Seetha!; na karishhyasi yadi = if you do not do; me vyaahR^itam vaakyam = (according to) my spoken word; yathhvat = as is; bhakshayishhyaami = I will eat; te hR^idayam = your heart; utpaaTya vaa = (indeed by) plucking it out.

“O Seetha! If you do not do according to my spoken word as is, I will eat your heart indeed by plucking it out.”

ततश्चण्डोदरी नाम राक्षसी क्रोधमूर्छिता |
भ्रामयन्ती महच्चूलमिदं वचनम्ब्रवीत् || ५-२४-३९
tatashchaNDodarii naama raakShasii krodhamUrchhitaa |
bhraamayantii mahacchuulamidaM vacanambraviit || 5-24-39


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.39

39. tataH = thereafter; raakshasii = an ogre woman; chaNDodarii naama = named Chandodari; krodhamuurchhitaa = swooning with anger; bhraamayantii = turning around; mahat = a big; shuulam = spike; abraviit = spoke; idam = this; vachanam = word.

Thereafter an ogre woman named Chandodari swooning with anger, turning around a big spike spoke this word.

इमां हरिणलोलाक्षीं त्रासोत्कम्पिपयोधरां |
रावणेन हृतां दृष्ट्वा दौहृदो मे महानभूत् || ५-२४-४०
imaaM hariNalolaakShiiM traasotkampipayodharaaM |
raavaNena hR^itaaM dR^iShTvaa dauhR^ido me mahaanabhuut || 5-24-40


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.40

40. dR^ishhTvaa = seeing; imaam = this woman; hariNalolaakshiim = with eyes like that of a deer; traasotkampipayodharaam = with moving breasts due to fear; hR^itaam = abducted; raavaNena = by Ravana; abhuut = (there) occurred; me = to me; mahaan = a great; dauhR^idaH = desire.

“Seeing this woman with eyes like that of a deer, with moving breasts due to fear, abducted by Ravana, there occured to me a great desire.”

यकृत्ल्पीहमथोत्पीडं हृदयं च सबन्धनम् |
अन्त्राण्यपि तथा शीर्षं खादेयमिति मे मतिः || ५-२४-४१
yakR^itlpiihamathotpiiDaM hR^idayaM cha sabandhanam |
antraaNyapi tathaa shiirShaM khaadeyamiti me matiH || 5-24-41


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.41

41. me matiH = it is my mind ;khadeyam iti = to eat; yakR^it = the liver; pliiham = the spleen; utpiiDam = flesh above heart; hR^idayaM cha = and heart; sabandhanam = together with muscle; antraaNyapi cha = and entrails; tathaa = and; shiirshham = the head.

“It is my mind to eat the liver, the spleen, flesh above heart and heart together with muscle and entrails and the head.”

ततस्तु प्रघसा नाम राक्षसी वाक्यमब्रवीत् |
कण्ठमस्या नृशंसायाः पीडयाम किमास्यते || ५-२४-४२
tatastu praghasaa naama raakShasii vaakyamabraviit |
kaNThamasyaa nR^ishaMsaayaaH piiDayaama kimaasyate || 5-24-42


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.42

42. raakshasii = ogre woman; praghasaa naama = named Pragasa; abraviit = spoke; vaakyam = (these) words; pIDayaama = squeeze; kaNTham = the neck; asyaaH = of this; nR^ishaMsaayaaH = cruel woman; kim = why; aasyate = do we delay?

An ogre woman named Pragasa spoke these words : “Squeeze the neck of this cruel woman. Why do we delay?”

निवेद्यतां ततो राज्ञे मानुषी सा मृतेति ह |
नात्र कश्चन संदेहः खादतेति स वक्ष्यति || ५-२४-४३
nivedyataaM tato raajJNe maanuShii saa mR^iteti ha |
naatra kashchana saMdehaH khaadateti sa vakShyati || 5-24-43


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.43

43. tataH = thereafter; nivedyataam = let it be known; raajJNe = to the king (that) ;saa = that; maanushhii = human woman; mR^iteti = has died; saH = he; vakshyati = will say; iti = thus;khaadata = eat; na sandehaH = there is no doubt; atra = in this matter.

“Thereafter let it be known to the king that that human woman has died. He will say thus : “Eat.”. There is no doubt in this matter.”

ततस्त्वजामुखी नाम राक्षसी वाक्यमब्रवीत् |
विशस्येमां ततः सर्वाः समान् कुरुत पीलुकान् || ५-२४-४४
tatastvajaamukhii naama raakShasii vaakyamabraviit |
vishasyemaaM tataH sarvaaH samaan kuruta piilukaan || 5-24-44


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.44

44. tataH = thereafter; raakshasii = an ogre woman; ajaamukhii naama = named Ajamukhi; abraviit = spoke; vaakyam = (these) words; sarvaaH = all of you; vishasya = killing; imaam = this woman; tataH = thereafter; kuruta = do; samaan = equal; piilukaan = pieces.

Thereafter an ogre woman named Ajamukhi spoke these words : “All of you killing this woman thereafter do equal pieces.”

विभजाम ततः सर्वा विवादो मे न रोचते |
पेयमानीयतां क्षिप्रं लेह्यमुच्चावचं बहु || ५-२४-४५
vibhajaama tataH sarvaa vivaado me na rochate |
peyamaaniiyataaM kShipraM lehyamuchchaavachaM bahu || 5-24-45


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.45

45. tataH = thereafter; sarvaaH = all of us; vibhajaama = will divide; vivaadaH = quarrel; na rochate = is not desirable; me = to me; peyam = liquor; uchchaavacham = many kinds; bahu = a lot of; lehyam = lickables; aniiyataam = be brought; kshipram = quickly.

“Thereafter all of us will divide. Quarrel is not desirable to me. Liquor, many kinds and a lot of lickables be brought quickly.”

ततः शूर्पणखा नाम राक्षसी वाक्यमब्रवीत् |
अजामुख्या यदुक्तं हि तदेव मम रोचते || ५-२४-४६
tataH shuurpaNakhaa naama raakShasii vaakyamabraviit |
ajaamukhyaa yaduktaM hi tadeva mama rochate || 5-24-46


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.46

46. tataH = thereafter; raakshasii = an ogre woman; shuurpaNakhaa naama = named Surpanakha; abraviit = spoke; vaakyam = (these) words; yat = that; uktaam = (which was) spoken; ajaamukhyaa = by Ajamukhi; tadeva = that; rochate = is desirable; mama = to me.

Thereafter an ogre woman named Surpanakha spoke these words: “That which was spoken by Ajamukhi, is desirable to me.”

सुरा चानीयतां क्षिप्रं सर्वशोकविनाशिनी |
मानुषं मां समास्वाद्य नृत्यामोथ निकुम्भिलाम् || ५-२४-४७
suraa chaaniiyataaM kShipraM sarvashokavinaashinii |
maanuShaM maaM samaasvaadya nR^ityaamotha nikumbhilaam || 5-24-47


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.47

47. suraa cha = liquor; sarvashokavinaashinii = (which is the) destroyer of all sorrow; aniiyataam = be brought; kshipram = quickly;aasvaadya = eating; maanushham maaMsam = human flesh; atha = afterwards; nR^ityaamaH = we will dance; nikumbhilaam = for (propitiating) Nikumbhila;

“Liquor which is the destroyer of all sorrow be brought quickly. Eating human flesh afterwards, we will dance for propitiating Nikumbila.”

एवं संभर्त्स्यमाना सा सीता सुरसुतोपमा |
राक्षसीभिः सुघोराभिर्धैर्यमुत्सृज्य रोदिति || ५-२४-४८
evaM saMbhartsyamaanaa saa siitaa surasutopamaa |
raakShasiibhiH sughoraabhirdhairyamutsR^ijya roditi || 5-24-48


Show Description: Sloka 5.24.48

48. evam = thus; saMbhartsyamaanaa = being frightened; sughoraabhiH = by horrible; raakshasiibhiH = ogres; saa siitaa = that Seetha; surasutopamaa = equalling a daughter of gods; utsR^ijya = abandoning; dhairyam = fortitude; rodati = is crying.

Thus being frightened by horrible ogres, that Seetha equalling a daughter of gods, abandoning fortitude, was crying.

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