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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): 47 of 68 || śloka (verses): 38

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Vālmīki (Sanskrit: वाल्मीकि)

Vālmīki (Sanskrit: वाल्मीकि)



Introduction
Ravana sends Aksha, his own son, to fight against Hanuma. Aksha, along with his army elephants and horses, approach Hanuma and incites him to battle by discharging three sharp arrows. As Aksha discharges his arrows, Hanuma bounces quickly to the sky and smashes Aksha, his chariot and the horses with blows. After killing Aksha, Hanuma returns again to the same archy door-way.

सेना पतीन् पन्च स तु प्रमापितान् |
हनूमता सानुचरान् सवाहनान् |
समीक्ष्य राजा समर उद्धत उन्मुखम् |
कुमारम् अक्षम् प्रसमैक्षत अक्षतम् || ५-४७-१
senaa patiin panca sa tu pramaapitaan |
hanuumataa saanucaraan savaahanaan |
samiikShya raajaa samara uddhata unmukham |
kumaaram akSham prasamaikShata akShatam || 5-47-1


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.1

1. nishamya = hearing; pramaapitaan = and sustaining prof; paN^cha = (that) the five; senaapatiin = army-generals; saanucharaan = along with their followers; savaahanaan = and vehicles; hataan = were disposed off; hanumataa = by Hanuma; raajaa = that Ravana; prasamaikSata = looked at; akSam = Aksha; kumaaran = his son; agrataH = who was sitting in front of him; samaroddhatonmukham = who was violent in combat and inclined to fighting.

Hearing and sustaining that the five army-generals along with their followers and vehicles were disposed off by Hanuma, Ravana looked at Aksha, his son, violent in combat and who was inclined to fighting as well as sitting in front of him.

स तस्य दृष्टि अर्पण सम्प्रचोदितः |
प्रतापवान् कान्चन चित्र कार्मुकः |
समुत्पपात अथ सदसि उदीरितो |
द्विजाति मुख्यैः हविषा इव पावकः || ५-४७-२
sa tasya dR^iShTi arpaNa sampracoditaH |
prataapavaan kaancana citra kaarmukaH |
samutpapaata atha sadasi udiirito |
dvijaati mukhyaiH haviShaa iva paavakaH || 5-47-2


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.2

2. dR^iSTyarpaNa samprachoditaH = goaded by obtaining of looks; tasya = of Ravana; saH = that Aksha; prataapavaan = the energetic demon; atha = thereupon; golden dotted bow; samutpapaata = sprang up quickly; paavakaH iva = like a fire; udiiratah = moved up; dvijaatimukhyaiH = by the foremost brahmins; haviSaa = by offering oblations; sadasi = in a sacrificial fire.

Goaded by the looks of Ravana, the energetic Aksha, wielding a golden dotted bow, quickly sprang up, like a fire switched up by the foremost of brahmins in a sacrificial fire, by offering oblations to it.

ततो महत् बाल दिवा कर प्रभम् |
प्रतप्त जाम्बू नद जाल सम्ततम् |
रथाम् समास्थाय ययौ स वीर्यवान् |
महाहरिम् तम् प्रति नैरृत ऋषभः || ५-४७-३
tato mahat baala divaa kara prabham |
pratapta jaambuu nada jaala samtatam |
rathaam samaasthaaya yayau sa viiryavaan |
mahaaharim tam prati nairR^ita R^iShabhaH || 5-47-3


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.3

3. saamaasthaaya = mounting; mahat = a great; ratham = chariot; baaladivaakaraprabham = having a splendour of a newly risen sun; pratapta jaambuunada jaalasamtatam = and overlaid with a protective armour of highly refined gold; saH viiryavaan nairR^itarSabhaH = that valiant chief of demons; tataH = then; yayau = went; tam mahaaharim prati = towards that mighty monkey.

Mounting a great chariot, having a splendour of a newly risen sun and overlaid with a protective armour of highly refined gold, that valiant cheif of demons sallied forth towards that mighty monkey.

ततः तपः सम्ग्रह संचय अर्जितम् |
प्रतप्त जाम्बू नद जाल शोभितम् |
पताकिनम् रत्न विभूषित ध्वजम् |
मनो जव अष्ट अश्व वरैः सुयोजितम् || ५-४७-४
tataH tapaH samgraha sa.ncaya arjitam |
pratapta jaambuu nada jaala shobhitam |
pataakinam ratna vibhuuShita dhvajam |
mano java aShTa ashva varaiH suyojitam || 5-47-4


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.4

4. tataH = then; (that chariot); tapaH samgraha samchayaarjitam = was earned by many kinds of his penances; pratapta jaambuunadjaala shobhitam = shining with a protective armour of highly refined gold; pataakinam = adorned iwth a flag; ratnavibhuuSita dhvajam = on a flag-staff studded with gems; suyojitam = yoked well with; manojavaaSTaashvavaraiH = eight excellent horses; having a speed equal to that of a mind.

Aksha’s chariot was earned through many kinds of his penances. It was shining with a protective armour of highly refined gold, adorned with a flag on a flag-staff studded with gems and yoked well with eight excellent horses, having speed equal to that of a mind.

सुर असुर अधृष्यम् असम्ग चारिणम् |
रवि प्रभम् व्योम चरम् समाहितम् |
सतूणम् अष्ट असि निबद्ध बन्धुरम् |
यथा क्रम आवेशित शक्ति तोमरम् || ५-४७-५
sura asura adhR^iShyam asamga caariNam |
ravi prabham vyoma caram samaahitam |
satuuNam aShTa asi nibaddha bandhuram |
yathaa krama aaveshita shakti tomaram || 5-47-5


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.5

5. suraasuraadhR^iSyam = (that chariot) cannot be attacked by celestials or demons; asamga chaariNam = (It) moves without hindrance; raviprabham = It has a shining similar to the sun; vyomacharam = It can move within the sky; samaahitam = well-conceived; satuuNam = with a quiver; aSTaasi = eight swords; nibaddha bandhuram = tied with bells; yathaakrama aveshita shakti tomaram = arranged well in order with spears and lances.

That chariot was unassailable by celestials or demons. It moved without hindrance to any place. It shone like a sun and could move within the sky. It was well-conceived with a quiver, eight swords and tied with bells. It was orderly arranged with spears and lances in their respective places.

विराजमानम् प्रतिपूर्ण वस्तुना |
सहेम दाम्ना शशि सूर्य वर्वसा |
दिवा कर आभम् रथम् आस्थितः ततः |
स निर्जगाम अमर तुल्य विक्रमः || ५-४७-६
viraajamaanam pratipuurNa vastunaa |
sahema daamnaa shashi suurya varvasaa |
divaa kara aabham ratham aasthitaH tataH |
sa nirjagaama amara tulya vikramaH || 5-47-6


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.6

6. tataH = then; saH = he; amaratulyavikramaH with a prowess equal to that of celestials; nirjagaama = came forth; aasthitaH = mounting; ratham = the chariot; sa hema daamnaa = decorated with golden wreaths; shashi suurya varchasaa = with a brilliance of the moon and the sun; pratipuurNa vastunaa = filled with every right thing; viraajamaanam = shining; divaakaraabham = like rays of sun.

Then, Aksha having a prowess equal to that of celestials, came forth, mounting that chariot decorated with golden wreaths, having a brilliance of moon and sun, filled with every right thing and shining like rays of sun.

स पूरयन् खम् च महीम् च साचलाम् |
तुरम्ग मतन्ग महारथ स्वनैः |
बलैः समेतैः स हि तोरण स्थितम् |
समर्थम् आसीनम् उपागमत् कपिम् || ५-४७-७
sa puurayan kham ca mahiim ca saacalaam |
turamga matanga mahaaratha svanaiH |
balaiH sametaiH sa hi toraNa sthitam |
samartham aasiinam upaagamat kapim || 5-47-7


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.7

7. saH = that Aksha; puurayan = filling; khamcha = the sky; mahiimcha = and the earth; saachalam = along with its mountains; turaN^ga maatN^ga mahaarathasvanaiH = with sounds of horses; elephants and chariots; balaiH saha sametaiH = joined together with his army; upaagamat = approached; mahaakapim = Hanuma the great monkey; samartham = the efficient one; toraNasthitam = who was standing at the archy door-way.

Aksha, filling the sky earth and its mountains with sounds of horses elephants and chariots, together with his army, approached the efficient Hanuma the great monkey, standing at the archy door-way.

स तम् समासाद्य हरिम् हरि ईक्षणो |
युग अन्त काल अग्निम् इव प्रजा क्षये |
अवस्थितम् विस्मित जात सम्भ्रमः |
समैक्षत अक्षो बहु मान चक्षुषा || ५-४७-८
sa tam samaasaadya harim hari iikShaNo |
yuga anta kaala agnim iva prajaa kShaye |
avasthitam vismita jaata sambhramaH |
samaikShata akSho bahu maana cakShuShaa || 5-47-8


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.8

8. samaasaadya = approaching; tam harim = that Hanuma; avasthitam = standing readily; prajaakSaye = to destroy mortals; kaalagnim iva = like a fire that is to destroy the world; saH akSaH = that Aksha; hariikSaNaH = the yellow-eyed; vismitajaatasambhramaH = was bewildered born of a surprise; samaikSata = and looked to; bahuumaanachakSuSaa = him with a great esteem.

Approaching that Hanuma, standing there readily to destroy mortals, similar to a fire that is to destroy the world, the yellow-eyed Aksha was bewildered, born of a surprise and looked to him with a great esteem.

स तस्य वेगम् च कपेः महात्मनः |
पराक्रमम् चारिषु पार्ह्तिव आत्मजः |
विचारयन् खम् च बलम् महाबलो |
हिम क्षये सूर्य इव अभिवर्धते || ५-४७-९
sa tasya vegam ca kapeH mahaatmanaH |
paraakramam caariShu paarhtiva aatmajaH |
vicaarayan kham ca balam mahaabalo |
hima kShaye suurya iva abhivardhate || 5-47-9


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.9

9. saH = that Aksha; mahaabalaH = the mighty; paarthivaamajaH = prince; vidhaarayan = assessing; vegamcha = the swiftness; tasya kapeH = of that Hanuma; mahaatmanaH = the high-souled; paraakramamcha = his prowess; aariSu = in respect of his adversaries; svam cha = and his own; balam = strength; abhivardhate = increased his body more and more; himakSaye suurya iva = like the sun when the frost is faded away.

That Aksha, the mighty prince, assessing the swiftness of that high-souled Hanuma and his prowess with regard to his adversaries as also his own strength, increased his body more and more like the sun when the frost is faded away.

स जात मन्युः प्रसमीक्ष्य विक्रमम् |
स्थिरः स्थितः सम्यति दुर्निवारणम् |
समाहित आत्मा हनुमन्तम् आहवे |
प्रचोदयामास शरैः त्रिभिः शितैः || ५-४७-१०
sa jaata manyuH prasamiikShya vikramam |
sthiraH sthitaH samyati durnivaaraNam |
samaahita aatmaa hanumantam aahave |
pracodayaamaasa sharaiH tribhiH shitaiH || 5-47-10


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.10

10. prasamiikSya = seeing; vikramam = Hanuma’s prowess; durnivaaraNam = which was unrestrainable; sthiram = and stable; samyati = in battle; sah = that Aksha; jaatamanyuH = exhibiting anger; sthiraH = became stable; samaahitaatmaa = with his mind composed; prachodayaamaasa = incited; hanumantam = Hanuma; aahave = to battle; shitaiH = tribhiH sharaiH = by discharging three sharp arrows.

Understanding Hanuma’s prowess to be unrestrainable and stable in battle, that Aksha, exhibiting anger initially, became stable and mentally composed and incited Hanuma to battle by discharging three sharp arrows towards him.

ततः कपिम् तम् प्रसमीक्ष्य गर्वितम् |
जित श्रमम् शत्रु पराजयोः जितम् |
अवैक्षत अक्षः समुदीर्ण मानसः |
सबाण पाणिः प्रगृहीत कार्मुकः || ५-४७-११
tataH kapim tam prasamiikShya garvitam |
jita shramam shatru paraajayoH jitam |
avaikShata akShaH samudiirNa maanasaH |
sabaaNa paaNiH pragR^ihiita kaarmukaH || 5-47-11


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.11

11. prasamiikSya = recognising; tam kapim = that Hanuma; garvitam = as a haughty monkey; shatru paraajayorjitam = after having gallantly conquered his adversaries; jita shramam = and accustomed to fatigue; sah akSaH = that Aksha; sabaaNapaaNiH = with arrows in his hand; pragrahiita kaarmukaH = and grasping the bow; avaikSata = saw (him); samudiirNamaanasaH = with an excited mind.

Recognizing that Hanuma, as a haughty monkey, after having gallantly conquered his adversaries and accustomed to fatigue, that Aksha, graspign the bow and arrows his hand, saw him with an excited mind.

स हेम निष्क अन्गद चारु कुण्डलः |
समाससाद आशु पराक्रमः कपिम् |
तयोः बभूव अप्रतिमः समागमः |
सुर असुराणाम् अपि सम्भ्रम प्रदः || ५-४७-१२
sa hema niShka angada caaru kuNDalaH |
samaasasaada aashu paraakramaH kapim |
tayoH babhuuva apratimaH samaagamaH |
sura asuraaNaam api sambhrama pradaH || 5-47-12


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.12

12. hema niSkaaN^gadachaarukuN^DalaH = having a golden chain; a pair of armlets and charming ear-rings; saH = Aksha; aashuparaakramaH = of a quick prowess; samaasasaada = approached; kapim = Hanuma; tayoH = their; apratimaH = unmatched; samaagamaH = get-together in combat; abhuut = became; sambhramapradaH = baffled; suraasuraaNaamapi = to even the celestials and demons.

Having a glden chain, a pair of armlets and charming ear-rings, Aksha of a swift prowess, approached Hanuma. Their unmatched get-together in combat became a baffle to even the celestials and demons.

ररास भूमिः न तताप भानुमान् |
ववौ न वायुः प्रचचाल च अचलः |
कपेः कुमारस्य च वीक्ष्य सम्युगम् |
ननाद च द्यौः उदधिः च चुक्षुभे || ५-४७-१३
raraasa bhuumiH na tataapa bhaanumaan |
vavau na vaayuH pracacaala ca acalaH |
kapeH kumaarasya ca viikShya samyugam |
nanaada ca dyauH udadhiH ca cukShubhe || 5-47-13


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.13

13. viikSya = seeing; samyugam = the battle; kapeH = of Hanuma; kumaarasya = and of Aksha; bhuumiH = the earth; raraasa = uproared; bhaanumaan = the sun; na tataapa = did not shine; vaayuH = the wind; na vavau = ceased to blow; achalaH cha = the mountain; prachachaala = shook; dyau = the sky; nanaada = made a reverberent sound; udadishcha = the ocean too; chukSubhe = was agitated.

Seeing that battle between Hanuma and Aksha, the earth uproared. The sun did not shine brightly. The wind ceased to blow. The mountain shook. The sky made a reverberant sound. The ocean too was agitated.

ततः स वीरः सुमुखान् पतत्रिणः |
सुवर्ण पुन्खान् सविषान् इव उरगान् |
समाधि सम्योग विमोक्ष तत्त्ववित् |
शरान् अथ त्रीन् कपि मूर्ध्नि अपातयत् || ५-४७-१४
tataH sa viiraH sumukhaan patatriNaH |
suvarNa punkhaan saviShaan iva uragaan |
samaadhi samyoga vimokSha tattvavit |
sharaan atha triin kapi muurdhni apaatayat || 5-47-14


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.14

14. tataH = then; atha = and thereafter; saH viiraH = that eminent demon; samaadhisamyoga vimokSatattvavit = who correctly knew how to fix his gaze on the target; to fit an arrow to the bow and to discharge it; apaatayat = hurled; kapimuurdhni = on Hanuma’s head; triin sharaan = three arrows; sumukhaan = well-painted; suvarNa puNkhaan = with golden shafts; patattriNaH = and feathers; saviSaan uragaamiva = and which resembled venomous serpants.s

Then, that eminent demon, who correctly knew how to fix his gaze on the target, to fit an arrow to the bow and to discharge it, hurled on Hanuma’s head, three arrows which were well-painted, having golden shafts and feathers and which resembled venomous serpants.

स तैः शरैः मूर्ध्नि समम् निपातितैः |
क्षरन्न् असृग् दिग्ध विवृत्त लोचनः |
नव उदित आदित्य निभः शर अंशुमान् |
व्यराजत आदित्य इव अंशु मालिकः || ५-४७-१५
sa taiH sharaiH muurdhni samam nipaatitaiH |
kSharann asR^ig digdha vivR^itta locanaH |
nava udita aaditya nibhaH shara a.nshumaan |
vyaraajata aaditya iva a.nshu maalikaH || 5-47-15


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.15

15. kSaran = oozing the blood from his wounds; taiH sharaiH = caused by those arrows; muurdhni nipaatitaiaH = descended into his head; samam = at the same time (by Aksha); navoditaadityanibhaH = looking like the newly risen su; arR^igdigdha vivR^ittalochanaH = his eyes; bathed in blood; rolling rapidly; saH = Hanuma; vyaraajata = shone brightly; aaditya iva = like the sun; amshumaalikaH = surrounded by a circle of rays; sharaamshumaan = having the arrows as its rays.

Oozing the blood from his wound caused by those arrows descended into his head (by Aksha), looking like the newly risen sun, his eyes bathed in blood rolling rapidly, Hanuma shone brightly like the sun surrounded by a circle of rays, having the arrows as its rays.

ततः स पिन्ग अधिप मन्त्रि सत्तमः |
समीक्ष्य तम् राज वर आत्मजम् रणे |
उदग्र चित्र आयुध चित्र कार्मुकम् |
जहर्ष च आपूर्यत च आहव उन्मुखः || ५-४७-१६
tataH sa pinga adhipa mantri sattamaH |
samiikShya tam raaja vara aatmajam raNe |
udagra citra aayudha citra kaarmukam |
jaharSha ca aapuuryata ca aahava unmukhaH || 5-47-16


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.16

16. samiikSya = seeing; raNe = in the battle; tam = that; raajavaraatmajam = Aksha the prince; udagra chitraayudhachitra kaarmukam = with his marvelllous weapons and picturesque bow; saH = that Hanuma; piN^gaadhipa mantri sattamaH = the excellent one among Sugreeva’s ministers; tataH = then; jaharSa = rejoiced; aahavonmukhaH = and with an inclination to fight; apuuryata = grew in size.

Seeing in the battle that Aksha the prince, with his marvellous weapons and picturesque bow, that Hanuma the excellent one among Sugree’s counsellors, was rejoiced and with an inclination to fight, grew in size.

स मन्दर अग्रस्थ इव अंशु माली |
विवृद्ध कोपो बल वीर्य सम्युतः |
कुमारम् अक्षम् सबलम् सवाहनम् |
ददाह नेत्र अग्नि मरीचिभिः तदा || ५-४७-१७
sa mandara agrastha iva a.nshu maalii |
vivR^iddha kopo bala viirya samyutaH |
kumaaram akSham sabalam savaahanam |
dadaaha netra agni mariicibhiH tadaa || 5-47-17


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.17

17. saH = that Hanuma; balaviirya samyutaH = endowed with strength and prowess; amshumaalikaH iva = resembling the sun; mandaraagra sthaH = appearing on a peak of Mandara mountain; vivR^iddha kopaH = and whose anger was increased; tadaa = then; dadaaha = burnt; netraagni mariichibhiH = by the rays of fire emnating from his eyes; kumaaam = the prince; akSam = Aksha; sabalam = along with his army; savaahanam = and vehicles.

That Hanuma, endowed with strength and prowess, resembling the sun appearing on a peak of Mandara muntain and whose anger was increased, then burnt the prince Aksha along with his army and vehicles, by the rays of fire emnating from his eyes.

ततः स बाण आसन शक्र कार्मुकः |
शर प्रवर्षो युधि राक्षस अम्बुदः |
शरान् मुमोच आशु हरि ईश्वर अचले |
बलाहको वृष्टिम् इव अचल उत्तमे || ५-४७-१८
tataH sa baaNa aasana shakra kaarmukaH |
shara pravarSho yudhi raakShasa ambudaH |
sharaan mumoca aashu hari iishvara acale |
balaahako vR^iShTim iva acala uttame || 5-47-18


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.18

18. saH raakSasaambudaH = that demon in the form of a cloud; sharapravarSaH = raining down arrows; tataH = then; baaNaasana chitrakaarmukaH = wielding a bow in the form of a rain bow; aashu = soon; mumocha = discharged; sharaan = arrows; hariishvaraachale = on Hanuma in the form of a mountain; valaakakaH iva = like a cloud; vR^iSTim = showering rain; achalottame = on a high mountain.

That demon in the form of a cloud, raining down arrows, then wielding a bow in the form of a rain-bow, soon discharged arrows on Hanuma standing in the form of a mountain, like a cloud showering rain on a high mountain.

ततः कपिः तम् रण चण्ड विक्रमम् |
विवृद्ध तेजो बल वीर्य सायकम् |
कुमारम् अक्षम् प्रसमीक्ष्य सम्युगे |
ननाद हर्षात् घन तुल्य विक्रमः || ५-४७-१९
tataH kapiH tam raNa caNDa vikramam |
vivR^iddha tejo bala viirya saayakam |
kumaaram akSham prasamiikShya samyuge |
nanaada harShaat ghana tulya vikramaH || 5-47-19


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.19

19. tataH = then; prasamiikSya = seeing; tam = that; kumaaram akSam = prince Aksha; raNachaN^Da vikramam = having an impetuous valour; vivR^iddhatejobalaviirya samyutam = endowed with enhanced splendour; strength and vigour; ghanatulyavikramam = wandering in the sky like a cloud; samyuge = in the battle; kapiH = Hanuma; nanaada = roared; harSaat = with joy.

Seeing that Aksha the prince, possessing an impetuous valour, endowed with enhanced splendour strength and vigour with a capacity to move within the sky like a cloud, coming to the battle, Hanuma roared with joy.

स बाल भावात् युधि वीर्य दर्पितः |
प्रवृद्ध मन्युः क्षतज उपम ईक्षणः |
समाससाद अप्रतिमम् रणे कपिम् |
गजो महाकूपम् इव आवृतम् तृणैः || ५-४७-२०
sa baala bhaavaat yudhi viirya darpitaH |
pravR^iddha manyuH kShataja upama iikShaNaH |
samaasasaada apratimam raNe kapim |
gajo mahaakuupam iva aavR^itam tR^iNaiH || 5-47-20


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.20

20. viiryadarpitaH = boastful of his valour; yudhi = in battle; baalabhaavaat = because of his childish attitude; saH = that Aksha; pravR^iddhamanyuH = with a heightened fury; kSatajopamekSaNaH = with blood-red eyes; samaasaada = approached; kapim = Hanuma; apratimam = who was incomparable; raNe = in battle; gajaH iva = like an elephant; mahaakuupam = (approaching) a well; aavR^itam = covered; tR^iNaiH = with heaps of grass.

Boastful of his valour in battle because of his childish attitude, Aksha wit an enhanced fury and red-blood eyes, approached Hanuma who was incomparable in battle, as an elephant approaching a well covered with heaps of straw.

स तेन बाणैः प्रसभम् निपातितैः |
चकार नादम् घन नाद निह्स्वनः |
समुत्पपात आशु नभः स मारुतिः |
भुज ऊरु विक्षेपण घोर दर्शनः || ५-४७-२१
sa tena baaNaiH prasabham nipaatitaiH |
cakaara naadam ghana naada nihsvanaH |
samutpapaata aashu nabhaH sa maarutiH |
bhuja uuru vikShepaNa ghora darshanaH || 5-47-21


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.21

21. baaNaiH = by the arrows; nipaatitaiH = descended; prasabham = forcefully; tena = by Aksha; saH maarutiH = that Hanuma; chakaara = made; naadam = a noise; naadaniHsvanaH = like the sound of a thunder; samutpapaata = and jumped; aashu = quickly; nabhaH = to the sky; bhujoruvikSepaNa ghora darshanaH = assuming a terrible sight; stretching out his arms and thighs.

As Aksha forcefully discharged his arrows, Hanuma roared a sound of thunder and bounced quickly to the sky assuming a terrible sight, stretching out his arms and thighs.

समुत्पतन्तम् समभिद्रवत् बली |
स राक्षसानाम् प्रवरः प्रतापवान् |
रथी रथ श्रेष्ठतमः किरन् शरैः |
पयो धरः शैलम् इव अश्म वृष्टिभिः || ५-४७-२२
samutpatantam samabhidravat balii |
sa raakShasaanaam pravaraH prataapavaan |
rathii ratha shreShThatamaH kiran sharaiH |
payo dharaH shailam iva ashma vR^iShTibhiH || 5-47-22


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.22

22. saH = that Aksha; balii = the strong one; pravaraH = the foremost; raakSasaanaam = among demons; prataapavaan = the valiant one; rathii = mounting a chariot; rathishreSThatamaH = the best among the car-warriors; samabhidravat = went chasing; utpatantam = (that Hanuma) flying upwards; kiran = sprinkling; sharaiH = arrows; payodharaH iva = like a cloud; ashma vR^iSTibhiH = showering hail-stones; shailam = on a mountain.

That strong and valiant Aksha, the foremost among the demons, and the best among car warriors, went chasing Hanuma who was flying upwards, difusing arrows like a cloud showering hail-stones on a mountian.

स तान् शरान् तस्य विमोक्षयन् कपिः |
चचार वीरः पथि वायु सेविते |
शर अन्तरे मारुतवत् विनिष्पतन् |
मनो जवः सम्यति चण्ड विक्रमः || ५-४७-२३
sa taan sharaan tasya vimokShayan kapiH |
cacaara viiraH pathi vaayu sevite |
shara antare maarutavat viniShpatan |
mano javaH samyati caNDa vikramaH || 5-47-23


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.23

23. saH hariH = that Hanuma; manojavaH = who has a swiftness equal to the mind; chaN^DavikramaH = possessing impetuous valour; samyati = in battle; viiraH = and a valiant one; viniSpatan = rushing forth; maarutavat = liek wind; sharaantare = in the space between one arrow and another; vimokSayan = and escaping; sharaan = the arrows; tasya = of Aksha; chachaara = moved; pathi = in the path; vaayusevite = visited by wind.

That valiant Hanuma, whose swiftness was equal to the mind and possessing impetuous valour in battle, rushing forth like wind in the space between one arrow and another and thus escaping Aksha’s arrows, moved in the path visited by wind (the sky).

तम् आत्त बाण आसनम् आहव उन्मुखम् |
खम् आस्तृणन्तम् विविधैः शर उत्तमैः |
अवैक्षत अक्षम् बहु मान चक्षुषा |
जगाम चिन्ताम् च स मारुत आत्मजः || ५-४७-२४
tam aatta baaNa aasanam aahava unmukham |
kham aastR^iNantam vividhaiH shara uttamaiH |
avaikShata akSham bahu maana cakShuShaa |
jagaama cintaam ca sa maaruta aatmajaH || 5-47-24


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.24

24. saH maarutaatmajaH = that Hanuma; avaikSata = saw; bahumaana chakSuSau = with a respectful faculty of sight; tam = that; akSam = Aksha; aattabaaNaasanam = wielding a bow; aahavonmukham = readily inclined; to fight; aastR^iNantam = covering; kham = the sky; sharottamaiH = with excellent arrows; vishikhaiH = having various types of tops; jagaama = and became; chintaamcha = thoughtful.

With a respectful faculty of sight, Hanuma saw that Aksha who was wielding his bow and readily inclined to fight, covering the entire sky with excellent arrows with various types of tops and became thoughful.

ततः शरैः भिन्न भुज अन्तरः कपिः |
कुमार वर्येण महात्मना नदन् |
महाभुजः कर्म विशेष तत्त्ववित् |
विचिन्तयामास रणे पराक्रमम् || ५-४७-२५
tataH sharaiH bhinna bhuja antaraH kapiH |
kumaara varyeNa mahaatmanaa nadan |
mahaabhujaH karma visheSha tattvavit |
vicintayaamaasa raNe paraakramam || 5-47-25


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.25

25. tataH = then; kapiH = Hanuma; mahaabhujaH = the mighty armed; karma visheSa tattvavit = who knew how to act under particular circumstances; nadan = roaring; bhinna bhujaantaraH = when pierced in the breast with shafts; mahaatmanaa = by the high souled; kumaara viireNa = heroic Aksha; vichintayaamaasa = reflected on; paraakramaan = the prowess of the adversary; raNe = in battle.

Then, the mighty armed Hanuma, who knew how to act under particular circumstances, roaring when pierced in the breast with shafts by the high souled heroic, Aksha, reflected on the prowess of his adversary in battle.

अबालवत् बाल दिवा कर प्रभः |
करोति अयम् कर्म महन् महाबलः |
न च अस्य सर्व आहव कर्म शोभिनः |
प्रमापणे मे मतिः अत्र जायते || ५-४७-२६
abaalavat baala divaa kara prabhaH |
karoti ayam karma mahan mahaabalaH |
na ca asya sarva aahava karma shobhinaH |
pramaapaNe me matiH atra jaayate || 5-47-26


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.26

26. mahaabalaH = the mighty; ayam = Aksha; baaladivaakaraprabhaH = possessing the lustre of a rising sun; karoti = is performing; mahat = great; karma = act; abaalavat = as a mature youth; me matiH = my mind; na cha jaayate = is nt conceding atra = here; pramaapaNe = to kill; asya = him; sarvaahavakarma shobhinaH = who is distinguished in all acts of war fare.

“The mighty Aksha, possessing the lustre of a rising sun, is performing a great act, as a mature youth. My mind is not conceding here to kill him, who is distinguished in all acts of war-fare.”

अयम् महात्मा च महान् च वीर्यतः |
समाहितः च अतिसहः च सम्युगे |
असंशयम् कर्म गुण उदयात् अयम् |
सनाग यक्षैः मुनिभिः च पूजितः || ५-४७-२७
ayam mahaatmaa ca mahaan ca viiryataH |
samaahitaH ca atisahaH ca samyuge |
asa.nshayam karma guNa udayaat ayam |
sanaaga yakShaiH munibhiH ca puujitaH || 5-47-27


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.27

27. ayam = he; mahaatmaacha = possesses a great intellect; mahaan = and is prominent viiryataH cha = by his valour too; samaahitaH = (He is) well-composed; atisahaH = and highly tolerant; samyuge = in battle; karmaguNodayaat = due to eminence in his deeds and virtues; ayam = he; asamshayam = is undoubtedly; puujitaH = adored; munibhishcha = by saints; sanaagayakSaiH = along with Nagas the serpent-demons and Yakshas the semi-divine beings.

“He possesses a great intellect and is also prominent by his valour. He is well-composed and highly tolerant in battle. Due to his eminent deeds and virtues, he is undoubtedly adored by saints, Nagas the serpent-demons and Yakshas the semi-dviine being.”

पराक्रम उत्साह विवृद्ध मानसः |
समीक्षते माम् प्रमुख आगतः स्थितः |
पराक्रमो हि अस्य मनांसि कम्पयेत् |
सुर असुराणाम् अपि शीघ्र कारिणः || ५-४७-२८
paraakrama utsaaha vivR^iddha maanasaH |
samiikShate maam pramukha aagataH sthitaH |
paraakramo hi asya manaa.nsi kampayet |
sura asuraaNaam api shiighra kaariNaH || 5-47-28


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.28

28. sthitaH = (He is) standing; pramukhaagrataH = very much before; samiikSate = and seeing; maam = me; paraakramtsaaha vivR^iddha maanasaH = straight in eyes reassured as he is; by his prowess and enthusiasm; asya = his; shiighra gaaminaH = swift-moving; paraakramaH = prowess; prakampayet = trembles; maamsi api = even the minds; suraasuraaNaam = of celestials and demons.

“He is standing very much before me and looks me straight in the eyes, reassured as he is, by his prowess and enthusiasm. His swift-moving prowess trembles even the minds of celestials and demons.”

न खल्व् अयम् न अभिभवेत् उपेक्षितः |
पराक्रमो हि अस्य रणे विवर्धते |
प्रमापणम् तु एव मम अस्य रोचते |
न वर्धमानो अग्निः उपेक्षितुम् क्षमः || ५-४७-२९
na khalv ayam na abhibhavet upekShitaH |
paraakramo hi asya raNe vivardhate |
pramaapaNam tu eva mama asya rocate |
na vardhamaano agniH upekShitum kShamaH || 5-47-29


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.29

29. upekSitaH = (If) neglected; ayam = he; naabhibhavet na khalu = would undoubtedly overpower me; asya = his; paraakramaH = prowess; vardhate hi = is indeed getting augmented; raNe = in battle; pramaapaNamtveva = killing him only; adya = now; rochate = is the option; mama = for me; nakSamaH = It is not appropriate; upekSitum = to neglect; vardhamaanaH = an augmented; agniH = fire.

‘If neglected, he would undoubtedly overpower me. His prowess is getting augmented in battle. The only option left out for me is to kill him now. It is not proper to neglect a spreadin fire.”

इति प्रवेगम् तु परस्य तर्कयन् |
स्व कर्म योगम् च विधाय वीर्यवान् |
चकार वेगम् तु महाबलः तदा |
मतिम् च चक्रे अस्य वधे महाकपिः || ५-४७-३०
iti pravegam tu parasya tarkayan |
sva karma yogam ca vidhaaya viiryavaan |
cakaara vegam tu mahaabalaH tadaa |
matim ca cakre asya vadhe mahaakapiH || 5-47-30


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.30

30. mahaakapiH = Hanuma; viiryavaan = the valiant one; mahaabalah = and the mighty one; chintayan = reflecting; iti = thus; parasya pravegam = about the rapidity of the adversary; vidhaaya = and determining; svakarmayogamcha = his own couse of action; tadaa = then; chakara = acquired; vegam = momentum; chakre = and made up; buddhim = his mind too; asya = of his; vadhe = killing.

The valiant and te mighty Hanuma, reflecting thus about the swiftness of the adersary and determining his own couse of action, then acquired a course of action, then acquired a momentum and also made up his mind to kill him.

स तस्य तान् अष्ट हयान् महाजवान् |
समाहितान् भार सहान् विवर्तने |
जघान वीरः पथि वायु सेविते |
तल प्रहालैः पवन आत्मजः कपिः || ५-४७-३१
sa tasya taan aShTa hayaan mahaajavaan |
samaahitaan bhaara sahaan vivartane |
jaghaana viiraH pathi vaayu sevite |
tala prahaalaiH pavana aatmajaH kapiH || 5-47-31


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.31

31. saH kapiH = that Hanuma; viiraH = the heroic; pavanaatmajaH = son of wind; jaghaana = killed; tala prahaaraiH = by the slap of his palm; taan = those; aSTa = eight; hayaan = horses; mahaajavaan = possessing great speed; pathi = in the path; vaayusevite = abounding in wind; samaahitaan = with alertness; bhaarasahaan = with a capacity bear burden; vivartane = while turning to different directions.

That Hanuma, the heroic son of wind, killed using the blows of his palm, those eight horses posessing a great speed in the path of sky with alertness as also having a capacity to bear burden while turning to different directions.

ततः तलेन अभिहतो महारथः |
स तस्य पिन्ग अधिप मन्त्रि निर्जितः |
स भग्न नीडः परिमुक्त कूबरः |
पपात भूमौ हत वाजिः अम्बरात् || ५-४७-३२
tataH talena abhihato mahaarathaH |
sa tasya pinga adhipa mantri nirjitaH |
sa bhagna niiDaH parimukta kuubaraH |
papaata bhuumau hata vaajiH ambaraat || 5-47-32


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.32

32. tataH = then; tasya mahaarathaH = the great chariot of Aksha; abhihataH = struck; taleNa = by the palms; piN^gaadhipamantrimirjitaH = subdued by Hanuma; the counsellor of Sugreeva; prabhagnaniiDaH = with its interior broken; parimukta kumubaraH = with its carriage-pole loosened; hatavaajiH = and its horses dead; papaata = and fallen; ambaraat = from the sky; bhuumau = to the ground.

Then, the great chariot of Aksha, thus struck by the palm and subdued by Hanuma the counsellor of Sugreeva, had its interior broken, its carriage pole loosened and its horses dead and fallen from the sky to the ground.

स तम् परित्यज्य महारथो रथम् |
सकार्मुकः खड्ग धरः खम् उत्पतत् |
तपो अभियोगात् ऋषिः उग्र वीर्यवान् |
विहाय देहम् मरुताम् इव आलयम् || ५-४७-३३
sa tam parityajya mahaaratho ratham |
sakaarmukaH khaDga dharaH kham utpatat |
tapo abhiyogaat R^iShiH ugra viiryavaan |
vihaaya deham marutaam iva aalayam || 5-47-33


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.33

33. parityajya = leaving; ratham = the chariot; saH = that Aksha; mahaarathaH = the great chariot-warrior; sakaarmukaH = with his bow; khaDgadharaH = and wielding a sword; utpatatan = leaping; kham = to the sky; ugra viiryavaan = having a terrible power of penance; vihaaya = leaving; deham = his body; R^iSiH iva = like a sage; (was seen going to); aalayam = the abode; marutaam = of celestials; tapobhiyogaat = because of his Yogic penance.

Leaving the chariot, wielding the bow and sword, that Aksha the chariot-warrior leapt to the sky. Having a terrible power of penance and leaving his body like a sage, he then was seen departing to heaven because of his Yogic penance.

ततः कपिः तम् विचरन्तम् अम्बरे |
पतत्रि राजा अनिल सिद्ध सेविते |
समेत्य तम् मारुत वेग विक्रमः |
क्रमेण जग्राह च पादयोः दृढम् || ५-४७-३४
tataH kapiH tam vicarantam ambare |
patatri raajaa anila siddha sevite |
sametya tam maaruta vega vikramaH |
krameNa jagraaha ca paadayoH dR^iDham || 5-47-34


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.34

34. tataH = thereafter; kapiH = Hanuma; maarutatulya vikramaH = with a prowess equal to that of wind; sametya = approaching; tam = Aksha; vicharantam = moving; ambare = in the sky; patatriraajaanila siddha sevite = often frequented by Garuda the eagel; the wind and Siddhas the ascetics endowed with supernatural powers; krameNa = and slowly; jagraaha = grasped; dR^iDham = firmly; tam = his; paadayoH = feet.

Thereafter, Hanuma with his prowess equal to that of wind, approaching Aksha moving in the sky, which is often frequented by Garuda the eagle, the wind and Siddhas the ascetics endowed with supernatural powers, slowly grasped his feet firmly.

स तम् समाविध्य सहस्रशः कपिः |
महाउरगम् गृह्य इव अण्डज ईश्वरः |
मुमोच वेगात् पितृ तुल्य विक्रमो |
मही तले सम्यति वानर उत्तमः || ५-४७-३५
sa tam samaavidhya sahasrashaH kapiH |
mahaauragam gR^ihya iva aNDaja iishvaraH |
mumoca vegaat pitR^i tulya vikramo |
mahii tale samyati vaanara uttamaH || 5-47-35


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.35

35. saH kapiH = that Hanuma; pitR^itulyavikramaH = having a prowess equal to the wind-god; his father; vaanarottamaH = and the excellent one among the monkeys; samaavidhya = spinning round; tam = that Aksha; gR^ihya = grasping; mahoragam = a great serpent; aNDajeswaraH iva = like an eagle; samyati = in the battle; sahasrashaH = for a thosand time; mumocha = and hurled him down; mahaatale = to the floor; vegaat = rapidly.

That Hanuma, with a prowess equal to that of wind-god, his father, and the excellent one among monkeys, spigning round Aksha like grasping a great serpent an eagle for a thousand times in the battle, hurled him down to the floor rapidly.

स भग्न बाहु ऊरु कटी शिरो धरः |
क्षरन्न् असृन् निर्मथित अस्थि लोचनः |
स भिन्न संधिः प्रविकीर्ण बन्धनो |
हतः क्षितौ वायु सुतेन राक्षसः || ५-४७-३६
sa bhagna baahu uuru kaTii shiro dharaH |
kSharann asR^in nirmathita asthi locanaH |
sa bhinna sa.ndhiH pravikiirNa bandhano |
hataH kShitau vaayu sutena raakShasaH || 5-47-36


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.36

36. bhagnar baahuuru kaTii shirodharaH = with his arms; thighs; hips and neck broken; asR^ik = blood; kSaran = dripping; nirmathitaasthilochanaH = with his bones and eyes crushed; sambhinnasandhiH = with his joints displaced; pravikiirNa bandhanaH = and with sinews shattered; saH raakSasaH = that demon; hataH = was killed; vaayusutena = by Hanuma; kSitau = on the ground.

With his arms, thighs, hips and neck broken, blood dripping, his bones and eyes crushed, his joints displaced and his sinews shattered, that demon was killed by Hanuma.

महाकपिः भूमि तले निपीड्य तम् |
चकार रक्षो अधिपतेः महत् भयम् |
महर्षिभिः चक्र चरैः महाव्रतैः |
समेत्य भूतैः च सयाक्ष पन्नगैः |
सुरैः च स इन्द्रैः भृश जात विस्मयैः |
हते कुमारे स कपिः निरीक्षितः || ५-४७-३७
mahaakapiH bhuumi tale nipiiDya tam |
cakaara rakSho adhipateH mahat bhayam |
maharShibhiH cakra caraiH mahaavrataiH |
sametya bhuutaiH ca sayaakSha pannagaiH |
suraiH ca sa indraiH bhR^isha jaata vismayaiH |
hate kumaare sa kapiH niriikShitaH || 5-47-37


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.37

37. mahaalkapiH = Hanuma; nipiiDya = having crushed; tam = him; bhuumitale = on the floor; chakaara = created; mahat = a great; bhayam = fear; rakSodhipateH = to Ravana; kumaare = Aksha; hate = thus having beeing killed; saH kapiH = Hanuma; niiriikSataH = was seen; sametya = together; bhR^ishajaatavismayaiH = with excessive astonisment; maharSibhiH = by great sages; chakracharaiH = who move everywhere without obstructions; mahaavrataiH = having exalted voes; bhuutaishcha = by spirits; sayakSa pannagaiH = alog with Yakshas the semi-divine beings and Pannagas the serpent-demons; suraishcha = and by celestials; sendraiH = together with Indra the lord of celestials.

Hanuma, having crushed him on the ground, created a great fear to Ravana. Aksha, thus having been killed, Hanuma was gazed on with excessive astonishment by great sages who move everywhere without obstruction and having great voes as also by spirits Yakshas the semidivine beings, Pannagas the serpent-demons and by celestials with Indra the lord of celestials. .

निहत्य तम् वज्र सुत उपम प्रभम् |
कुमारम् अक्षम् क्षतज उपम ईक्षणम् |
तत् एव वीरो अभिजगाम तोरणम् |
कृत क्षणः काल इव प्रजा क्षये || ५-४७-३८
nihatya tam vajra suta upama prabham |
kumaaram akSham kShataja upama iikShaNam |
tat eva viiro abhijagaama toraNam |
kR^ita kShaNaH kaala iva prajaa kShaye || 5-47-38


Show Description: Sloka 5.47.38

38. nihatya = killing; tam akSam = that Aksha; vajrisutopama prabham = with a lustre equal to that of Jayantha the son of Indra; kSata jopamakSaNam = and having eyes equal to blood; viiraH = the heroic Hanuma; abhijagaama = reached; tam = that; toraNameva = archy door way again; kaalah iva = like Yama the lord of death; kR^itakSaNaH = expecting in a moment; prajaakSaye = any mortal to be destroyed.

Killing that Aksha, possessing a lustre equal to that of Jayanta the son of Indra the lord of celestials and having his eyes resembling blood, the heroic Hanuma reached the same archy door way again, like Yama the lord of death expecting in a moment any mortal getting destroyed by him.

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