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Srimad Vālmīki Rāmāyaṇa | Yuddha Kāṇḍa ~ Sarga 101 of 128

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Yuddha Kanda : book of war || Total Sargas (or) Chapters: 128

Abstract: The battle in Lanka between the monkey and the demon armies of Rama and Ravana, respectively. After Ravana is defeated, Sita undergoes the test of fire, completes exile with Rama, and they return to Ayodhya to reign over the Ideal State.

Sarga (chapter): 101 of 128 || śloka (verses): 57

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Vālmīki (Sanskrit: वाल्मीकि)

Vālmīki (Sanskrit: वाल्मीकि)

Introduction
Rama laments over the uncertain condition of Lakshmana. He calls Sushena, the monkey-physician. Sushena tests Lakshmana and says he is still alive. Sushena then requests Hanuma to go all the way to Himalayas and bring the required herbs to treat Lakshmana. Hanuma proceeds to Mount Mahodara and failing to identify the herbs there, carries the mountain-peak itself and brings it to Sushena. Lakshmana regains consciousness, after getting treated with that herb by Sushena.

शक्त्या निपातितं दृष्ट्वा रावणेन बलीयसा |
लक्ष्मणं समर् शूरं शोणितौघपरिप्लुतम् || ६-१०१-१
स दत्त्वा तुमुलन् युद्धं रावणस्य दुरात्मनः |
विसृजनेव बाणौघान्सुषेणन् वाक्यमब्रवीत् || ६-१०१-२
shaktyaa nipaatitaM dR^iShTvaa raavaNena baliiyasaa |
lakShmaNaM samar shuuraM shoNitaughapariplutam || 6-101-1
sa dattvA tumulan yuddhaM rAvaNasya durAtmanaH |
visR^ijaneva bANaughAnsuSheNan vAkyamabravIt || 6-101-2


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.1, 6.101.2

1; 2. dR^iShTyaa = seeing; shuuram = the valiant; lakShmaNam = Lakshmana; shoNitau ghapariphitam = who was bathed in a stream of blood; samare = in battle; nipaatitam = when overthrown; shaktyaa = with a spear; baliiyasaa raavaNena = by the mighty Ravana; saH = Rama; dattvaa = giving; tumulam = a tumultuous; yuddham = fight; duraatmanaH raavaNaH = with the evil-minded Ravana; visR^ijanneva = and even while releasing; baaNaughaan = a multitude of arrows; abraviit = spoke; suSheNam = to Sushena; idam = the following words:

Seeing the valiant Lakshmana bathed in a stream of blood, when struck down in battle with a spear by the mighty Ravana and having given a tumultuous fight, to the evil-minded Ravana, Rama spoke as follows to Sushena, even while releasing a multitude of arrows (at Ravana).

एष रावणवेगेन लक्ष्मणः पतितः क्षितौ |
सर्पवद्वेष्टते वीरो मम शोकमुदीरयन् || ६-१०१-३
eSha raavaNavegena lakShmaNaH patitaH kShitau |
sarpavadveShTate vIro mama shokamudIrayan || 6-101-3


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.3

3. eShaH = this; viiraH = heroic; lakShmaNaH = Lakshmana; patitaH = who fell down; bhuvi = on earth; raavaNa viiryeNa = on account of Ravana’s prowess; udiirayan = increasing; shokam = my sorrow; cheShTate = is wiggling; bhuumau = on the ground; sarpavat = like a serpent.

“This heroic Lakshmana, falling down on earth yielding to Ravana’s prowess, is wiggling like a serpent, causing an increase in grief to me.” .

शोणितार्द्रमिमन् वीरं प्राणैरिष्टतरं मम |
पश्यतो मम का शक्तिर्योद्धुं पर्याकुलात्मनः || ६-१०१-४
shoNitaardramiman vIraM praaNairiShTataraM mama |
pashyato mama kaa shaktiryoddhuM paryaakulaatmanaH || 6-101-4


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.4

4. kaa = what; shaktiH = energy (is there); mama = for me; paryaakulaatmanaH = disturbed in mind; yauddhum = to fight; pashyataH = while seeing; imam = this; viiram = valiant Lakshmana; mama priyataram praaNaiH = the most beloved to me as dear as life; shoNitaardram = bathed in blood?

“My energy to fight is failing, even as I see this valiant Lakshmana, who is dearer to me than life, bathed in blood, my mind being greatly disturbed.”

अयन् स समरश्लाघी भ्राता मे शुभलक्षणः |
यदि पञ्चत्वमापन्नः प्राणैर्मे किन् सुखेन वा || ६-१०१-५
ayan sa samarashlaaghI bhraataa me shubhalakShaNaH |
yadi pa~nchatvamaapannaH praaNairme kin sukhena vaa || 6-101-5


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.5

5. kim = of what use; praaNaiH = is life; sukhena vaa = or happiness; me = to me; yadi saH ayam me bhraataa = if this famous brother of mine; shubha lakShaNaH = who is endowed with auspicious bodily marks; samarashlaaghii = and always speaks highly of war; aapannaH = obtain; paN^chatvam = his death?

“Of what use is life or happiness to me, if this illustrious brother of mine, who is endowed with auspicious bodily marks and who always speaks highly of war, meets with his death?”.

लज्जतीव हि मे वीर्यं भ्रश्यतीव कराद्धनुः |
सायका व्यवसीदन्ति दृष्टिर्बाष्पवशन् गता || ६-१०१-६
lajjatIva hi me vIryaM bhrashyatIva karaaddhanuH |
saayakaa vyavasIdanti dR^iShTirbaaShpavashan gataa || 6-101-6


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.6

6. me = my; viiryam = valour; lajjatiiva = is feeling shy; as it were;dhanuH = my bow; bhrashyatiiva = is falling down; karaat = from my hand; saayakaaH = my arrows; vyavasiidanti = are dropping down; dR^iShTiH = my vision; gataa = got; baaShpavasham = overcome with tears.

“My valour is feeling shy, as it were. My bow seems to fall down from any hand. My arrows are dropping down. My vision has been overcome with tears.” .

अवसीदन्ति गात्राणि स्वप्नयाने नृणामिव |
चिन्ता मे वर्धते तीव्रा मुमूर्षापि च जायते || ६-१०१-७
avasiidanti gaatraaNi svapnayaane nR^iNaamiva |
chintaa me vardhate tIvraa mumUrShaapi cha jaayate || 6-101-7


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.7

7. gaatraaNi = my limbs; avasiidanti = seem to sink down; nR^iNaam iva = like those of men; svapnayaane = in sleep; chintaa = tension; vartate = is; tiivraa = growing; me = in me; jaayate mumuurShaapi = I even wish to die.

“My limbs seem to sink down, like those of men in sleep. I have a serious tension, growing in me. I even wish to die.” .

भ्रातरं निहतन् दृष्ट्वा रावणेन दुरात्मना |
विष्टन्न्तं तु दुःखार्तं मर्मण्यभिहतं भृशम् || ६-१०१-८
bhraataraM nihatan dR^iShTvaa raavaNena duraatmanaa |
viShTanntaM tu duHkhaartaM marmaNyabhihataM bhR^isham || 6-101-8


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.8

8. bhraataram = my brother; abhihatam = has been struck down; duraatmanaa = by the evil-minded; raavaNena = Ravana; abhihatam bhR^isham = seriously wounded; marmaNi = in his vital parts; duHkhaartam = afflicted with agony; viShTanantam = and grooming.

“My brother has been struck down by the evil-minded Ravana, seriously wounded in his vital parts, afflicted with agony and groaming.”

राघवो भ्रातरं दृष्ट्य प्रियं प्राणं बहिश्चरम् |
दुःखेन महताविष्टो ध्यानशोकपरायणः || ६-१०१-९
raaghavo bhraataraM dR^iShTya priyaM praaNaM bahishcharam |
duHkhena mahataaviShTo dhyaanashokaparaayaNaH || 6-101-9


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.9

9. dR^iShTvaa = seeing; priyam = his beloved; bhraataram = brother; praaNam = who was his very life-breath; bahishcharam = moving outside; raaghavaH = Rama; aaviShTaH = was stricken; mahataa duHkhena = with excessive agony; dhayaana shoka paraayaNaH = gave himself up to anxiety and grief.

Seeing his beloved brother, who was his very life-breath moving outside, Rama was afflicted with excessive agony and gave himself up to anxiety and grief.

परन् विषादमापन्नो विललापाकुलेन्द्रियः |
न हि युद्धेन मे कार्यं नैव प्राणैर्न सीतया || ६-१०१-१०
paran viShaadamaapanno vilalaapaakulendriyaH |
na hi yuddhena me kaaryaM naiva praaNairna sItayaa || 6-101-10


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.10

10. dR^iShTvaa = seeing; lakShmaNam = Lakshmana; bhraataram = his brother; nihatam raNapaamsuShu = lying wounded in the dust of the battle-field; aapannaH = he got into; param = extreme; viShaadam = despondency; vilalaapa = and lamented (as follows); aakulendriyaH = confused in mind; as he was.

Seeing Lakshmana his brother lying wounded in the dust of the battle-field, he got into extreme despondency and lamented (as follows), confused in mind, as he was:

विजयोऽपि हि मे शूर न प्रियायोपकल्पते |
अचक्षुर्विषयश्चन्द्रः कां प्रीतिं जनयिष्यति || ६-१०१-११
vijayo.api hi me shuura na priyaayopakalpate |
achakShurviShayashchandraH kaaM priitiM janayiShyati || 6-101-11


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.11

11. shuura = O the valiant Lakshmana!; vijayaH.api = even victory; na priyaaya upakalpate = is not making a pleasure; me = for me; kaam = what; priitim = pleasure; (can) chandraH = the moon; janayiShyati = create; achakShurviShayaH = for a man who has lost his vision?

“O the valiant Lakshmana! Even victory cannot create a pleasure for me. What pleasure can the moon create for a man who has lost his vision?” .

किं मे युद्धेन किं प्राणैर्युद्धकार्यं न विद्यते |
यत्रायं निहतः शेते रणमूर्धनि लक्ष्मणः || ६-१०१-१२
kiM me yuddhena kiM praaNairyuddhakaaryaM na vidyate |
yatraayaM nihataH shete raNamuurdhani lakShmaNaH || 6-101-12


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.12

12. kim me = what purpose of mine will be served by fighting; kim praaNaiH = or even by life?; ayam lakShmaNaH = this Lakshmana; shete = lies; nihataH = killed; yatra raNamuurdhani = in forefront of battle here; na vidyate = I have no; yuddhakaaryam = use for the war.

“What purpose of mine will be served by fighting or eve by life? When this Lakshmana lies killed in the forefront of battle here, I have no use for the war.”

यथैव मां वनं यान्तमनुयाति महाद्युतिः |
अहमप्युपयास्यामि तथैवैनं यमक्षयम् || ६-१०१-१३
yathaiva maaM vanaM yaantamanuyaati mahaadyutiH |
ahamapyupayaasyaami tathaivainaM yamakShayam || 6-101-13


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.13

13. yathaiva = in the same way as; mahaadyutiH = the very glorious Lakshmana; amyaati = followed; maam = me; yaantam = when I was going; vanam = to the forest; ahamapi = I too; tathaiva = will in the same way; upayaasyaami = follow; enam = him; yamakShayam = to the abode of Yama the Lord of Death.

“In the same way as the very glorious Lakshmana followed me When I was going to the forest, I too will in the same way follow him to the abode of Yama the lord of Death.” .

इष्टबन्दुजनो नित्यं मां स नित्यमनुव्रतः |
इमामवस्थां गमितो राक्षसैः कूटयोधिभिः || ६-१०१-१४
iShTabandujano nityaM maaM sa nityamanuvrataH |
imaamavasthaaM gamito raakShasaiH kuuTayodhibhiH || 6-101-14


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.14

14. saH = Lakshmana; iShTa bandhujanaH = who is having his beloved relatives; anuvrataH = and who is ardently devoted; maam = to me; nityam = forever; gamitaH = is obtained; imaam = this; avasthaam = condition; raakShasaiH = by the demons; kuuTayodhibhiH = who fight treacherously.

“The demons, who fight treacherously, created this condition to Lakshmana, who loved his relatives and who was ardently devoted forever to me.”

देशे देशे कलत्राणि देशे देशे च बान्धवाः |
तं तु देशं न पश्यामि यत्र भ्राता सहोदरः || ६-१०१-१५
deshe deshe kalatraaNi deshe deshe cha baandhavaaH |
taM tu deshaM na pashyaami yatra bhraataa sahodaraH || 6-101-15


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.15

15. kalatraaNi = wives may be obtained; deshe deshe = everywhere; baandhavaaH = relatives (can be had) deshe deshe cha = everywhere; na pashyaami = I do not find; bhraataa = brother; sahodaraH = born of the same womb; yatra tam desham tu = as such a place; wherever.

“Wives may be obtained ever where. Relatives can be had every where. However, I do not find a brother, born of the same womb, at such a place whatesoever.”.

इत्येवं विलपन्तं तं शोकविह्वलितेन्द्रियम् |
विवेष्टमानं करुणमुच्छ्वसन्तं पुनः पुनः || ६-१०१-१६
ityevaM vilapantaM taM shokavihvalitendriyam |
viveShTamaanaM karuNamuchchhvasantaM punaH punaH || 6-101-16


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.16

16. (The monkeys saw) tam = that Rama; vilapantam ityevam = thus lamenting; shoka vihvalitendriyam viveShTamaanam = with his mind reeling and distressed in grief; karuNam = pitiably; uchchhvasantam = sighing his breath; punaH punaH = repeatedly.

The monkeys saw that Rama, thus lamenting with his mind reeling and distressed in grief and pitiably sighing his breath repeatedly.

किं नु राज्ये दुर्धर्षलक्ष्मणेन विना मम |
कथं वक्ष्याम्यहं त्वम्बां सुमित्रां पुत्रवत्सलाम् || ६-१०१-१७
kiM nu raajye durdharShalakShmaNena vinaa mama |
kathaM vakShyaamyahaM tvambaaM sumitraaM putravatsalaam || 6-101-17


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.17

17. kim nu = of what use; raajyena = is the kingdom; mama = for me; durdharSha lakSmaNena vinaa = without Lakshmana; who was difficult to over power?; aham katham akShyaami = what can I tell; sumitraam = to Sumitra; putravatsalaamambaam = the mother; who was fond of her son.

“Of what use is the kingdom for me, without Lakshmana, who was difficult to over power? What can I tell to Sumitra, the mother who was so fond of her son?”.

उपालम्भं न शक्ष्यामि सोढुं दत्तं सुमित्रया |
किं नु वक्ष्यामि कौसल्यां मातरं किं नु कैकयीम् || ६-१०१-१८
upaalambhaM na shakShyaami soDhuM dattaM sumitrayaa |
kiM nu vakShyaami kausalyaaM maataraM kiM nu kaikayiim || 6-101-18


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.18

18. na shakShyaami = I shall not be able; soDhum = to bear; upaalambham = the reproach; dattam = which will be given; sumitrayaa = by sumitra; kim nu vakShyaami = what shall I say; kausalyaam = to Kausalya; maataram = the mother; kimnu = and what shall I say; kaikeyiim = to Kaikeyi?

“I shall not be able to bear the reproach, which will be levelled by Sumitra. What shall I pay to kausalya the mother or what shall I say to Kaikeya?”.

भरतं किं नु वक्ष्यामि शत्रुघ्नं च महाबलम् |
सह तेन वनं यातो विना तेनागतः कथम् || ६-१०१-१९
bharataM kiM nu vakShyaami shatrughnaM cha mahaabalam |
saha tena vanaM yaato vinaa tenaagataH katham || 6-101-19


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.19

19. kim nu vakShyaami = what shall I say; bharatam = to Bhrata; mahaabalam shatrughnam = or to the mighty Shatrughna; (when they ask me); katham = how; aagataH = I can back; tena vinaa = without Lakshmana; yaataH = eventhogh I went; vanam = to the forest; tena saha = along with him?

“What shall I say to Bharata or to the mighty Shatrughna, when they ask me, how I came back without Lakshmana even though I went to the forest along with him?”.

इहैव मरणं श्रेयो न तु बन्धुविगर्हणम् |
किं मया दुष्कृतं कर्म कृतमन्यत्र जन्मनि || ६-१०१-२०
येन मे धार्मिको भ्राता निहतश्चाग्रतः स्थितः |
ihaiva maraNaM shreyo na tu bandhuvigarhaNam |
kiM mayaa duShkR^itaM karma kR^itamanyatra janmani || 6-101-20
yena me dhaarmiko bhraataa nihatashchaagrataH sthitaH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.20, 6.101.21a

20; 21a. maraNam = death; shreyaH = is better; ihaiva = here only; tu = but; na = not; bandhuvigarhaNam = a reproaches by one’s own people; kim = what; duSkR^itam karma = sinful act; kR^itam = was done; mayaa = by me; anyatra janmani = in another life; yena = due to which; dhaarmikaH me bhraataa = my righteous brother; nihataH = having been killed; sthitaH = lies; agrataH = before me.

“It is better to die at this place only, rather than hear the reproaches of one’s own people. What sinful act was done by me in a previous birth due to which my righteous brother lies killed before me?.

हा भ्रातर्मनुजश्रेष्ठ शूराणाम् प्रवर प्रभो || ६-१०१-२१
एकाकी किं नु मां त्यक्त्वा परलोकाय गच्छसि |
haa bhraatarmanujashreShTha shuuraaNaam pravara prabho || 6-101-21
ekaakii kiM nu maaM tyaktvaa paralokaaya gachchhasi |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.21b, 6.101.22a

21b; 22a. haa = Alas!; bhraataH = O brother; manuja shroShTha = the best of men!; pravara = O the foremost; shuuraaNaam = among the valiant men!; prabho = O the powerful man!; tyaktvaa = deserting; maam = me; kim nu = why; gachchhasi = are you going; paralokaaya = to the other world; ekaakii = alone?

“Alas! O the powerful brother, the best of men! O the foremost among the valiant men! Why are you going to the other world, deserting me?”.

विलपन्तं च मां भ्रातः किमर्थं नावभाषसे || ६-१०१-२२
उत्तिष्ठ पश्य किं शेषे दीनं मां पश्य चक्षुषा |
vilapantaM cha maaM bhraataH kimarthaM naavabhaaShase || 6-101-22
uttiShTha pashya kiM sheShe diinaM maaM pashya chakShuShaa |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.22b, 6.101.23a

22b; 23a. bhraataH = O brother!; kim = why; naavabhaaShase = don’t you talk; maam = to me; vilapantam = who is lamenting?; uttiShTha = rise; pashya = and see!; kim = why; sheShe = are you lying down? pashya = see; diinam = the miserable; maam = me; chakShuShaa = with your own eyes.

“O brother! Why don’t you talk to me, even though I am lamenting? Rise and see! Why are you lying down? See me, by opening your own eyes, miserable as I am.”.

शोकार्तस्य प्रमत्तस्य पर्वतेषु वनेषु च || ६-१०१-२३
विषण्णस्य महाबाहो समाश्वासयिता मम |
shokaartasya pramattasya parvateShu vaneShu cha || 6-101-23
viShaNNasya mahaabaaho samaashvaasayitaa mama |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.23b, 6.101.24a

23b; 24a. mahaabaaho = O the mighty armed!; samaashvaasayitaa = you have been indeed consolign; mama = me; viShaNNasya = when I felt low-spirited; pramattasya = and listless; shokaantasya = stricken with grief as I was; parvateShu = in mountain; vaneShu = and forests.

“O the mighty armed! You have been indeed comforting me, whenever stricken with grief, I roamed listlessly among mountains and forests or felt low-spirited.”.

राममेवं ब्रुवाणं तु शोकव्याकुलितेन्द्रियम् || ६-१०१-२४
आश्वासयन्नुवाचेदं सुषेणः परमं वचः |
raamamevaM bruvaaNaM tu shokavyaakulitendriyam || 6-101-24
aashvaasayannuvaachedaM suSheNaH paramaM vachaH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.24b, 6.101.25a

24b; 25a. aashvaasayan = comforting; raamam = Rama; shoka vyaakulitendriyam = whose mind was full of grief; evam = and thus; bruvaaNam = speaking (lamenting); suSheNaH = Sushena; uvaacha = addressed; idam paramam vachaH = the following excellent words.

Comforting Rama, whose mind was full of grief and who was thus lamenting, Sushena, for his part, addressed the following excellent words:.

त्यजेमां नरशार्दूल बुद्धिं वैक्लब्यकारिणीम् || ६-१०१-२५
शोकसंजननीं चिन्तां तुल्यां बाणैश्चमूमुखे |
tyajemaaM narashaarduula buddhiM vaiklabyakaariNiim || 6-101-25
shokasaMjananiiM chintaaM tulyaaM baaNaishchamuumukhe |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.25b, 6.101.26a

25b; 26a. navashaarduula = O the excellent among men!; tyaja = give up; buddhim = this notion; vaiklabyakaariNiim = which causes despondency in you; imaam chintaam = this anguish; shoka samjananiim = which gives rise to grief; tulyaam baaNaiH = and is as piercing as arrows; chamuumukhe = in the forefront of battle.

“O the excellent among men! Give up this notion, which causes despondency in you, this anguish which gives rise to grief and is as piercing as arrows, in the forefront of battle.”.

नैव पञ्चत्वमापन्नो लक्ष्मणो लक्ष्मिवर्धनः || ६-१०१-२६
न ह्य्स्य विकृतं वक्त्रं न च श्यामत्वमागतम् |
naiva paJNchatvamaapanno lakShmaNo lakShmivardhanaH || 6-101-26
na hysya vikR^itaM vaktraM na cha shyaamatvamaagatam |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.26b, 6.101.27a

26b; 27a. lakShmaNaH = Lakshmana; lakShmivardhanaH = the augmenter of prosperity; naina aapannaH = has not got; paN^chatvam = into death; asya = his; vaktram = countenance; na vikR^itam hi = is not changed; naagatam shyaamatvam = nor has it became dark.

“Lakshmana, the augmenter of prosperity, has not got into death. His countenance is not changed, nor has it become dark.”.

सुप्रभन् च प्रसन्नं च मुखमस्याभिलक्ष्यते || ६-१०१-२७
पद्मरक्ततलौ हस्तौ सुप्रसन्ने च लोचने |
suprabhan cha prasannaM cha mukhamasyaabhilakShyate || 6-101-27
padmaraktatalau hastau suprasanne cha lochane |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.27b, 6.101.28a

27b; 28a. asya mukham = Let his face; niriikShyataam = be seen; suprabham = with a good brightness; suprasannam cha = and very much placid; hastau = His hands; padmapatra talau = are having palms; resembling the petals of a lotus; lochane cha = His eyes too; suprasanne = are very bright.

“His face may be seen with a good brightness and very much placid. The palms of his hands are resembling the petals of a lotus. His eyes too are very bright.”.

नेदृशं दृश्यते रूपं गतासूनां विशां पते || ६-१०१-२८
विषादं मा कृथा वीर सप्राणोऽयमरिंदम |
nedR^ishaM dR^ishyate ruupaM gataasuunaaM vishaaM pate || 6-101-28
viShaadaM maa kR^ithaa viira sapraaNo.ayamariMdama |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.28b, 6.101.29a

28b; 29a. vishaampate = O king!; ruupam = the appearance; gataasuunaam = of the dead; nadR^ishyate = does not look; iidR^isham = like this; viira = O hero; arimdama = the annihilator of enemies!; ayam = He; sapraaNaH = is all with his life; viShaadam maakR^ithaaH = do not worry|

“O king! The appearance of the dead does not look like this. O hero, the annihilator of enemies! He is all with his life. Do not worry.”.

आख्याति तु प्रसुप्तस्य स्रस्तगात्रस्य भूतले || ६-१०१-२९
सोच्छ्वासं हृदयं वीर कम्पमानं मुहुर्मुहुः |
aakhyaati tu prasuptasya srastagaatrasya bhuutale || 6-101-29
sochchhvaasaM hR^idayaM viira kampamaanaM muhurmuhuH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.29b, 6.101.30a

29b; 30a. muhurmuhuH = the repeatedly; kampamaanam = beating; hR^idayam = heart; sochchhvaasam = with the take of the breath; (of Lakshmana); prasuptasya bhutale = lying on the earth’s surface; fast asleep; sraptagaatrasya = with his limbs relaxed; aakhyaati = are telling; viira = O the gallant prince!.

“The repeatedly beating heart with the signs of breath of Lakshmana, lying on the earth’s surface, fast asleep, with his limbs relaxed are telling it, O the gallant prince!” .

एवं न विद्यते रूपन् गतासूनान् विशां पते || ६-१०१-३०
समीपस्थमुवाचेदं हनूमन्तं महाकपिम् |
evaM na vidyate rUpan gataasUnaan vishaaM pate || 6-101-30
samiipasthamuvaachedaM hanuumantaM mahaakapim |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.30b, 6.101.31a

30b; 31a. uktvaa = having addressed; vachaH = the words; evam = thus; raaghavam = to Rama; suSheNaH = Sushena; mahaapraajJNaH = the highly learned one; uvaacha = spoke; idam = these words; hanuumantam = to Hanuma; mahaakapim = the great monkey; samiipastham = who was standing nearby.

Having addressed the words thus to Rama, the highly learned Sushena spoke the following words to Hanuma the great monkey, who was standing nearby:.

सौम्य शीघ्रमितो गत्वा शैलमोषधिपर्वतम् || ६-१०१-३१
पूर्वन् हि कथितो योअसौ वीर जाम्बवता शुभः |
दक्षिणे शिखरे तस्य जातामोषधिमानय || ६-१०१-३२
विशल्यकरणी नाम विशल्यकरणीन् शुभाम् |
संजीवकरणीं वीर संधानीं च महौषधीम् || ६-१०१-३३
संजीवनार्थं वीरस्य लक्ष्मणस्य महात्मनः |
saumya shIghramito gatvaa shailamoShadhiparvatam || 6-101-31
pUrvan hi kathito yoasau vIra jaambavataa shubhaH |
dakShiNe shikhare tasya jaataamoShadhimaanaya || 6-101-32
vishalyakaraNI naama vishalyakaraNIn shubhaam |
saMjiivakaraNiiM viira saMdhaaniiM cha mahauShadhiim || 6-101-33
saMjiivanaarthaM viirasya lakShmaNasya mahaatmanaH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.31b to 6.101.34a

31b; 32; 33; 34a. gatvaa = going; itaH = from this place; shiighram = quickly; saumya = O gentle one!; shailam = to the mountain; ouShadhiparvatam = called Oushadhi Mountain; kathitaH = which was already narrated; tava = to you; puurvam = previously; jaanbavataa = by Jambavan; viira = O brave one!; aanaya = bring; iha = here; samjiivanaartham = for restoring to consciousness; viirasya mahaatmanaH lakShmaNasya = the great souled and the heroic Lakshmana; mahauShadhim vishalyakaraNiim(1) = the precious herb Vishalya karani; naamnaa = by name; jaataam = which has sprung up; dakShiNe shikhare = on its southern peak; tathaa = and; saavarNa karaNiim(2) = savarngakarani; sanjiivakaraNiim(3) = Sanjiva karani; mahauShadhiim samdhaaniim cha(4) = and the precious herb Samdhanakarani.

“Proceeding from this place with full speed, O gentle one!, to the mountain called Oushadhi (Mahodaya), which was already described to you previously by Jambavan, O brave one! Bring here for restoring the great-souled and heroic Lakshmana to consciousness, the precious herb Vishalyakarani (1) by name which was sprung up on its southern peak, Savarnakarnani (2), Samjivakarani(3) and the precious herb, Samdhanakarani (4).”

(1) Vishalyakarani: A herb credited with the virtue of expelling an arrow /other weapons from the body, healing the wound and relieving pain. (2) Savarnakarani: Another herb supposed to possess the property of counteracting the discolouration caused by a wound, burns etc. and restoring the original colour of the skin. (3) Samjivakarani: Another herb believed to possess the virtue of bringing back an unconscious person to consciousness. (4) Samdhani: A herb credited with the property of joining a fractured bone.

इत्येवमुक्तो हनुमान्गत्वा चौषदिपर्वतम् || ६-१०१-३४
चिन्तामभ्यगमच्छ्रीमानजानंस्ता महौषधीः |
ityevamukto hanumaangatvaa chauShadiparvatam || 6-101-34
chintaamabhyagamachchhriimaanajaanaMstaa mahauShadhiiH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.34b, 6.101.35a

34b; 35a. ityevam = thus; uktaH = spoken; shriimaan = the illustrious; hanumaan = Hanuma; gatvaa = having gone; ouShadhiparvatam = to mount Oushadha; ajaanam = could not identify; taaH = those; mahauShadhiiH = precious herbs; abhyagamat = became; chintaam = thoughtful.

Hearing those words, Hanuma, having sprung to Mount Oushadhi, could not identify those precious herbs and became thoughtful.

तस्य बुद्धिः समुत्पन्ना मारुतेरमितौजसः || ६-१०१-३५
इदमेव गमिष्यामि गृहीत्वा शिखरं गिरेः |
tasya buddhiH samutpannaa maaruteramitaujasaH || 6-101-35
idameva gamiShyaami gR^ihiitvaa shikharaM gireH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.35b, 6.101.36a

35b; 36a. tasa maaruteH = to that Hanuma; amitoujasaH = whose strength was unlimited; buddhiH = the thought; samutpannaa = arouse; (as follows:); gamiShyaami = I will go; gR^ihiitvaa = taking; gireH shikharameva = this mountain-peak itself.

The following thought arose to that Hanuma, whose strength was unlimited: “I will go back, taking this mountain-peak itself.”.

अस्मिंस्तु शिखरे जातामोषधिं तां सुखावहाम् || ६-१०१-३६
प्रतर्केणावगच्छामि सुषेणो ह्येवमब्रवीत् |
asmiMstu shikhare jaataamoShadhiM taaM sukhaavahaam || 6-101-36
pratarkeNaavagachchhaami suSheNo hyevamabraviit |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.36b, 6.101.37a

36b; 37a. pratarkeNa = by conjecture; avagachchhaami = I understand; taam = that; sukhaavahaam = delightful; oShadhi = herb; jaataam = must have sprouted; asmin shikhare = in this mountain-peak; suSheNaH = Sushena; abraviit hi = indeed has said; evam = so.

“By conjecture, I understand that the delightful herb must have sprouted in this mountain-peak. Sushena indeed has said so.”.

अगृह्य यदि गच्छमि विशल्यकरणीमहम् || ६-१०१-३७
कालात्ययेन दोषः स्याद्वैक्लब्यं च महद्भवेत् |
agR^ihya yadi gachchhami vishalyakaraNiimaham || 6-101-37
kaalaatyayena doShaH syaadvaiklabyaM cha mahadbhavet |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.37b, 6.101.38a

37b; 38a. aham gachchhaami yadi = If I go; ag^ihya = without taking; vishalyakaraNiim = Vishalyakarani; doShaH = harm; syaat = may come; kaalaatyayena = through passage of time; mahat cha = and a great; vaiklabyam = perplexity; bhavet = may arise.

“If I go without taking Vishalyakarani, harm may come through passage of time and a great perplexity may arise.”

इति सञ्चिन्त्य हनुमान्गत्वा क्षिप्रं महाबलः || ६-१०१-३८
आसाद्य पर्वतश्रेष्ठं त्रिः प्रक्रम्य गिरेः शिरः |
प्लुल्लनानातरुगणं समुत्पाट्य महाबलः || ६-१०१-३९
गृहीत्वा हरिशार्दूलो हस्ताभ्यां समतोलयत् |
iti sa~ncintya hanumaangatvaa kShipraM mahaabalaH || 6-101-38
aasaadya parvatashreShThaM triH prakramya gireH shiraH |
plullanaanaatarugaNaM samutpaaTya mahaabalaH || 6-101-39
gR^ihiitvaa harishaarduulo hastaabhyaaM samatolayat |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.38b, 6.101.39, 6.101.40a

38b; 39; 40a. iti samchitya = thus thinking; hanumaan = Hanuma; mahaabalaH = the mighty; harishaarduulaH = and excellent of monkeys; gatvaa = having gone; kShipram = quickly; aasaadya = and approaching; parvata shreShTham = that excellent mountain; gR^ihiitvaa = and taking; gireH shikharam = that mountain-peak; hastaabhyaam = with his arms; prakampya = shaking it well; triH = for three times; samutpaaTya = uprooting; pullanaanaatarugaNam = the mountain-peak; which was endowed with many trees in bloom; samatolayat = lifted it up; mahaabalaH = so mighty as he was.

Thinking thus, the mighty Hanuma the excellent of monkeys, having gone quickly and approaching that excellent mountain, taking that mountain-peak with his arms, shaking it violently for three times and uprooting the mountain-peak, which was endowed with many trees in bloom, lifted it up, so mighty as he was.

स नीलमिव जीमूतं तोयपूर्णम् नभस्तलात् || ६-१०१-४०
उत्पपात गृहीत्वा तु हनूमाञ्शिखरन् गिरेः |
sa niilamiva jiimuutaM toyapuurNam nabhastalaat || 6-101-40
utpapaata gR^ihItvaa tu hanUmaa~nshikharan gireH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.40b, 6.101.41a

40b; 41a. gR^ihiitvaa = taking; gireH shikharam = that mountain-peak; niilam toyapuurNam jiimuutam iva = which looked like a dark rainy cloud; saH hanuumaan = that Hanuman; utpapaata = jumped up; nabhastalaat = into the sky.

Taking that mountain-peak, which looked like a dark rainy cloud, that Hanuman jumped up into the sky.

समागम्य महावेगः संन्यस्य शिखरं गिरेः || ६-१०१-४१
विश्रम्यकिंचिद्धनुमान् सुषेणमिदमब्रवीत् |
samaagamya mahaavegaH saMnyasya shikharaM gireH || 6-101-41
vishramyakiMchiddhanumaan suSheNamidamabraviit |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.41b, 6.101.42a

41b; 42a. samaagamya = coming; mahaavegaH = with a great speed; hanumaan = Hanuma; samnyasya = putting down; gireH shkharam = the mountain-peak; kimchit vishramya = and resting for a while; abraviit = spoke; idam = the following words; suShaNam = to Sushena.

Arriving with a great speed, Hanuma putting down the mountain-peak and resting for a while, spoke the following words to Sushena:.

ओषधीर्नावगछामि ता अहन् हरिपुङ्गव || ६-१०१-४२
तदिदन् शिखरन् कृत्स्नं गिरेस्तस्याहृतं मया |
oShadhIrnaavagachhaami taa ahan haripu~Ngava || 6-101-42
tadidan shikharan kR^itsnaM girestasyaahR^itaM mayaa |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.42b, 6.101.43a

42b; 43a. haripungava = O the excellent of monkeys!; aham = I; naavagachchhaami = could not identify; taaH = those; oShadhiiH = herbs; tat idam kR^itsnam = that and this entire; tasya gireH shikharam = mountain-peak; aahR^itam = has been brought; mayaa = by me.

“O the excellent of monkeys! I have brought the entire mountain-peak, as I could not identify those herbs.”.

एवम् कथयमानं तं प्रशस्य पवनात्मजम् || ६-१०१-४३
सुषेणो वानरश्रेष्ठो जग्राहोत्पाट्य चौषधीः |
evam kathayamaanaM taM prashasya pavanaatmajam || 6-101-43
suSheNo vaanarashreShTho jagraahotpaaTya chauShadhIH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.43b, 6.101.44a

43b; 44a. prashasya = eulogizing; pavanaatmajam = Hanuma; evam kathamaanam = who was thus narrating; suSheNaH = Sushena; vaanara shreShThaH = the excellent of monkeys; utpaaTya = pulling out; oShadhiiH = the herbs; jagraaha = took hold of them.

Eulogizing Hanuma, who was thus narrating his trip, Sushena, the excellent of monkeys, pulling out the herbs, took hold off them.

विस्मितास्तु बभूवुस्ते सर्वे वानरपुंगवाः || ६-१०१-४४
दृष्ट्वा हनूमतः कर्म सुरैरपि सुदुष्करम् |
vismitaastu babhuuvuste sarve vaanarapuMgavaaH || 6-101-44
dR^iShTvaa hanuumataH karma surairapi suduShkaram |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.44b, 6.101.45a

44b; 45a. sarve te vaanarapungavaaH = all those monkey-chiefs; surairapi = and even the gods; babhuuvuH vismitaaH = were surprised; dR^iShTvaa = in seeing; duShkaram karma = that most difficult feat; hanuumataH = of Hanuma.

All those monkey-chiefs and even the gods were surprised to see that most difficult feat of Hanuma.

ततः सङ्क्षोदयित्वा तामोषधिन् वानरोत्तमः || ६-१०१-४५
लक्ष्मणस्य ददौ नस्तः सुषेणः सुमहाद्युतिः |
tataH sa~NkShodayitvaa taamoShadhin vaanarottamaH || 6-101-45
lakShmaNasya dadau nastaH suSheNaH sumahaadyutiH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.45b, 6.101.46a

45b; 46a. tataH = then; samkShodayitvaa = crushing; taam = that; oShadhim = herb; suSheNaH = Sushena; vaanarottamaH = the excellent of monkeys; sumahaadyutiH = having a great splendour; dadau = administered (it); lakShmaNasya = to Lakshmana; nastaH = through the nose.

Then, crushign that herb, Sushena the excellent of monkeys, having a great splendour, administered it through Lakshmana’s nose.

सशल्यः स समाघ्राय लक्ष्मणः परवीरहा || ६-१०१-४६
विशल्यो विरुजः शीघ्रमुदतिष्ठन्महीतलात् |
sashalyaH sa samaaghraaya lakShmaNaH paravIrahaa || 6-101-46
vishalyo virujaH shIghramudatiShThanmahItalaat |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.46b, 6.101.47a

46b; 47a. samaaghraaya = duly inhaling it well; saH lakShmaNaH = that Lakshmana; paraviirahaa = the annihilator of adversaries; sashalyaH = having the spear lodged in his body; udatiShThat = raised; shiighram = quickly; mahiitalaat = from the earth’s surface; vishalyaH = rid as he was of the spear; virujaH = and his pain.

Duly inhaling it well, that Lakshmana, the annihilator of adversaries, having the spear lodged in his body, raised quickly from the earth’s surface rid as he was of the spear and his pain.

तमुत्थितं तु हरयो भूतलात्प्रेक्ष्य लक्ष्मणम् || ६-१०१-४७
साधु साध्विति सुप्रीताः सुषेणं प्रत्यपूजयन् |
tamutthitaM tu harayo bhuutalaatprekShya lakShmaNam || 6-101-47
sAdhu sAdhviti suprItAH suSheNaM pratyapUjayan |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.47b, 6.101.48a

47b; 48a. dR^iShTvaa = seeing; tam lakShmaNam = that Lakshmana; utthitam = raisen; bhuutalaat = from the ground; harayaH = the monkeys; supriitaaH = were over-joyed; pratyapuujayan = and applauded; lakShmaNau = Lakshmana; saadhu saadhu iti = saying; “Excellent! Excellent!”

Seeing that Lakshmana risen from the ground, the mokneys were overjoyed and applauded Lakshmana, saying, “Excellent, excellent!”.

एह्येहीत्यब्रवीद्रामो लाक्ष्मणं परवीरहा || ६-१०१-४८
सस्वजे स्नेहगाढन् च बाष्पपर्याकुलेक्षणः |
ehyehItyabravIdraamo laakShmaNaM paravIrahaa || 6-101-48
sasvaje snehagaaDhan cha baaShpaparyaakulekShaNaH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.48b, 6.101.49a

48b; 49a. raamaH = Rama; paraviirahaa = the destroyer of enemies; abraviit = said; lakShmaNam = to Lakshmana; iti = saying; ehi ehi = “come; come!” sasvaje = and embraced him; snehagaaDham cha = firmly with affection; baaShpaparyaakulekShaNaH = with his eyes clouded with tears.

Rama, the destroyer of enemies, said to Lakshmana, “come, come!” and embraced him firmly with affection, with his eyes clouded with tears.

अब्रवीच्च परिष्वज्य सौमित्रिन् राघवस्तदा || ६-१०१-४९
दिष्ट्या त्वान् वीर पश्यामि मरणात्पुनरागतम् |
abravIchcha pariShvajya saumitrin raaghavastadaa || 6-101-49
diShTyaa tvaan vIra pashyaami maraNaatpunaraagatam |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.49b, 6.101.50a

49b; 50a. pariShvajya = after embracing; saumitrim = Lakshmana; raaghavaH = Rama; tadaa = then; abraviichcha = said to him; diShTyaa = luckily; viira = O valiant one; pashyaami = I see; tvaam = you; punaH aagatam = returned; maraNaat = from death.

After embracing Lakshmana, Rama then said to him: “Luckily, O valiant one, I see you here, returned from death.”

न हि मे जीवितेनार्थः सीतया च जयेन वा || ६-१०१-५०
को हि मे जीवितेनार्थस्त्वयि पञ्चत्वमागते |
na hi me jIvitenaarthaH sItayaa cha jayena vaa || 6-101-50
ko hi me jIvitenaarthastvayi pa~nchatvamaagate |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.50b, 6.101.51a

50b; 51a. na hi arthaH = there is indeed no purpose; me = of mine; jiivitena = by me my own life; siitayaa = nor of Seetha; vijayenavaa = nor of victory; tvaye = If you; aagate = have attained; paN^chatvam = demise; vada = tell me; kaH = what; arthaH = significane; (is there); tena = by it; me = to me?

“There is no purpose of mine, by me own life nor of Seetha nor of victory. If you have attained demise, tell me what significnace is there for it to me?”.

इत्येवन् वदतस्तस्य राघवस्य महात्मनः || ६-१०१-५१
खिन्नः शिथिलया वाचा लक्ष्मणो वाक्यमब्रवीत् |
ityevan vadatastasya raaghavasya mahaatmanaH || 6-101-51
khinnaH shithilayaa vaachaa lakShmaNo vaakyamabravIt |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.51b, 6.101.52a

51b; 52a. mahaatmanaH raaghavah = (while) the great souled Rama; vaataH = was speaking ityevam = thus; khinnaH = the exhausted; lakShmaNaH = Lakshmana; abraviit = spoke; vaakyam = the following words; shithilayaa vaachaa = in a feeble tone.

While the great souled Rama was speaking thus, the exhausted Lakshmana, in a feeble tone, spoke the following words: .

तां प्रतिज्ञां प्रतिज्ञाय पुरा सत्यपराक्रम || ६-१०१-५२
लघुः कश्चिदिवासत्त्वो नैवन् वक्तुमिहार्हसि |
taaM pratiGYaaM pratiGYaaya puraa satyaparaakrama || 6-101-52
laghuH kashchidivaasattvo naivan vaktumihaarhasi |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.52b, 6.101.53a

52b; 53a. satya paraakramaa = O brother; true to your promise!; na arhasi = you ought not; vaktum = to speak; evam = like this; iha = now; kashchidiva = like somebody; asattvah = who has no courage; laghuH = and who is weak; pratijJNaaya = having taken; taam pratijJNaam = that vow (of killing Ravana); puraa = before.

“Having solemnly taken that pledge (of killing Ravana) before, O brother true to your promise, you ought not to speak as you have done like a weak and courageless man.” .

न प्रतिज्ञान् हि कुर्वन्ति वितथां साधवोअनघ || ६-१०१-५३
लक्ष्मणन् हि महत्त्वस्य प्रतिज्ञापरिपालनम् |
na pratiGYaan hi kurvanti vitathaaM saadhavoanagha || 6-101-53
lakShmaNan hi mahattvasya pratiGYaaparipaalanam |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.53b, 6.101.54a

53b; 54a. satyavaadinaH = those who speak the truth; na kurvanti hi = do not make; pratijJNaam = their promise; vitathaam = futile; pratijJNapaalanam = fulfilling their pledge; lakShaNam hi = is indeed the attribute; mahattvasya = of the moral amplitude.

“There is no purpose of mine, by me own life nor of Seetha nor of victory. If you have attained demise, tell me what significance is there for it to me?” .

नैराश्यमुपगन्तुन् ते तदलं मत्कृतेअनघ || ६-१०१-५४
वधेन रावणस्याद्य प्रतिज्ञामनुपालय |
nairaashyamupagantun te tadalaM matkR^iteanagha || 6-101-54
vadhena raavaNasyaadya pratiGYaamanupaalaya |


Show Description: Sloka .101.54b, 6.101.55a

54b; 55a. anagha = O the faultless one!; te = to you; upagantum cha nairaashyam = getting into hopelessness too; matkR^ite = for my sake; naalam = is not befitting; anupaalaya = fulfill; pratijJNaam = your promise; vadhena = by killing; raavaNasya = of Ravana; adya = now.

“O the faultless one! Getting into homelessness for my sake is not befitting of you. Fulfill your promise now, by killing Ravana.”

न जीवन्यास्यते शत्रुस्तव बाणपथन् गतः || ६-१०१-५५
नर्दतस्तीक्ष्णदंष्ट्रस्य सिन्हस्येव महागजः |
na jIvanyaasyate shatrustava baaNapathan gataH || 6-101-55
nardatastIkShNadaMShTrasya sinhasyeva mahaagajaH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.55b, 6.101.56a

55b; 56a. shatruH = An enemy; gataH = who stands; tava baaNa patham = within the path of your arrows; na yaasyate = cannot turn out; jiivan = alive; mahaagajaH iva = as a huge elephant; nardataH simhasya = (which gets into the path) of a roaring lion; tiikShNa damShTrsya = having terrible tusks.

“An enemy who falls victim to your arrows, cannot turn out alive, as a huge elephant which gets into the path of a roaring lion possessing terrible tusks.” .

अहन् तु वधमिच्छामि शीघ्रमस्य दुरात्मनः || ६-१०१-५६
यावदस्तं न यात्येष कृतकर्मा दिवाकरः |
ahan tu vadhamichchhaami shIghramasya duraatmanaH || 6-101-56
yaavadastaM na yaatyeSha kR^itakarmaa divaakaraH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.56b, 6.101.57a

56b; 57a. aham = I; ichchhaami = wish for; vadham = the death; asya duraatmanaH = of this evil-minded fellow; shiighram = instantly; yaavat = even before; eShaH = this; divaakaraH = sun; kR^ita karmaa = having finished his task; na yaati = does not sink; astam = below the horizon.

“I, for my part, wish to see the death of this evil-minded fellow instantly, even before this sun, having finished his task, does not sink below the horizon.”

यदि वधमिच्छसि रावणस्य संख्ये |
यदि च कृतां हि तवेच्छसि प्रतिज्ञाम् |
यदि तव राजसुताभिलाष आर्य |
कुरु च वचो मम शीग्रमद्य वीर || ६-१०१-५७
yadi vadhamichchhasi raavaNasya saMkhye |
yadi cha kR^itaaM hi tavechchhasi pratijJNaam |
yadi tava raajasutaabhilaaSha aarya |
kuru cha vacho mama shiigramadya viira || 6-101-57


Show Description: Sloka 6.101.57b, 6.101.57c

57b, c. aarya = O venerable; viira = hero!; ichchhasiyadi = If you wish; vadham = the killing; raavaNasya = of Ravana; samkhye = in battle; kR^itaam ichchhasiyadi tava pratijJNaam = if you want to fulfil your promise; tava raaajasutaabhilaaShaH yadi = and if you feel affectionate towards Seetha; kurucha = you do; mama vachaH = as I tell you; shiighram = soon; adya = now.

“O venerable hero! If you wish to kill Ravana in battle, if you wish to fulfill your promise and if you feel affectionate towards Seetha, do as I tell you soon and now.”

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