Main Menu

Srimad Vālmīki Rāmāyaṇa | Yuddha Kāṇḍa ~ Sarga 90 of 128

yuddha-kanda-4--ramayan-desibantu

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): 90 of 128 || śloka (verses): 97

Yuddha Kanda Sarg 90 of 128: Audio pending upload....     
MP3jPLAYLISTS.inline_0 = [ { name: "Yuddha Kanda Sarg 90 of 128: Audio pending upload....", formats: ["mp3"], mp3: "aHR0cDovL2FiYy5tcDM=", counterpart:"", artist: "", image: "", imgurl: "" } ]; MP3jPLAYERS[0] = { list: MP3jPLAYLISTS.inline_0, tr:0, type:'single', lstate:'', loop:false, play_txt:'     ', pause_txt:'     ', pp_title:'', autoplay:false, download:false, vol:75, height:'' };
Vālmīki (Sanskrit: वाल्मीकि)

Vālmīki (Sanskrit: वाल्मीकि)

Introduction

Indrajit goes back to Lanka and brings another chariot with him. He attacks the monkeys severely. The monkeys seek refuge in Lakshmana. Indrajit and Lakshmana continue a fierce battle with their bow and arrows. Lakshmana destroys Indrajit’s chariot. Indrajit strikes three arrows in Lakshmana’s forehead and Lakshmana strikes five arrows on Indrajit’s face. When Indrajit strikes Vibhishana with arrows, Vibhishana kills Indrajit’s horses. Fitting a missile presided over by Indra the lord of celestials, Lakshmana addressed a prayer on Rama and discharged it towards Indrajit. Indrajit’s head gets chopped off and falls to the ground. Witnessing Indrajit’s death, all the monkey-chiefs, Vibhishana, Hanuma and Jambavan applaud Lakshmana.

स हताश्वो महातेजा भूमौ तिष्ठन्निशाचरः |
इन्द्रजित्परमक्रुद्धः सम्प्रजज्वाल तेजसा || ९०-६-१
sa hataashvo mahaatejaa bhuumau tiShThannishaacharaH |
indrajitparamakruddhaH samprajajvaala tejasaa || 6-90-1


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.1

1. MahaatejaaH = the greatly splendoured; indrajit = Indrajit; nishaacharaH = the demon; tiShThan = standing; bhuumau = on the ground; hataashvaH = as his horses were killed; paramakruddhaH = was very much enraged; prajajvaala = and blazed; tejasaa = with spirit.

Indrajit, the demon, who was endowed with extraordinary energy, standing on the ground his horses having been killed; was very much enraged and blazed with spirit.

तौ धन्विनौ जिघांसन्तावन्योन्यमिषुभिर्भृशम् |
विजयेनाभिनिष्क्रान्तौ वने गजवृषाविव || ९०-६-२
tau dhanvinau jighaaMsantaavanyonyamiShubhirbhR^isham |
vijayenaabhiniShkraantau vane gajavR^iShaaviva || 6-90-2


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.2

2. tau = those two warriors; dhanurdharau = holding their bows; bhR^isham jighaamsantau = having an extreme intent to kill; anyonyam = each other; iShubhiH = with their arrows; gajavR^iShau iva = were like two excellent elephants; abhiniShkraantau = going out; vane = in the forest; vijayena = for the purpose of conquering (one over the other).

Those two warriors, holding their bows, having an extreme intent to kill each other with their arrows, were like two excellent elephants going out in the forest for the purpose of conquering one over the other.

निबर्हयन्तश्चान्योन्यं ते राक्षसवनौकसः |
भर्तारं न जहुर्युद्धे सम्पतन्तस्ततस्ततः || ९०-६-३
nibarhayantashchaanyonyaM te raakShasavanaukasaH |
bhartaaraM na jahuryuddhe sampatantastatastataH || 6-90-3


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.3

3. te = those; raakShasa vanaukasau = demons and monkeys; sampatantaH = rushing; tatashtataH = from all sides; nibarhayantaH = destroying; anyonyam = each other; na jahuH = did not desert; bhartaaram = their master; yuddhe = in battle.

Those demons and monkeys, rushing from all sides, destroying each other, did not desert their masters in battle.

ततस्तान् राक्षसान् सर्वान् हर्षयन् रावणात्मजः |
स्तुवानो हर्षमाणश्च इदं वचनमब्रवीत् || ९०-६-४
tatastaan raakShasaan sarvaan harShayan raavaNaatmajaH |
stuvaano harShamaaNashcha idaM vachanamabraviit || 6-90-4


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.4

4. stuvaanaH = acclaiming; harShayan = the causing rejoice; sarvaan raakShasaan = to all the demons; harShamaaNashcha = and even feeling delighted himself; raavaNaatmajaH = Indrajit; tataH = then; abraviit = spoke; idam vacham = the following words:

Applauding and causing rejoice to all the demons and even feeling delighted himself, Indrajit then spoke the following words:.

तमसा बहुलेनेमाः संसक्ताः सर्वतो दिशः |
नेह विज्ञायते स्वो वा परो वा राक्षसोत्तमाः || ९०-६-५
tamasaa bahulenemaaH saMsaktaaH sarvato dishaH |
neha vijJNaayate svo vaa paro vaa raakShasottamaaH || 6-90-5


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.5

5. imaaH = these; dishaH = quarters; samsaktaaH = are wrapped; sarvataH = on all sides; bahulena tamasaa = with abundant darkness; raakShasottama = O foremost of demons!; na vijJnaayate = it cannot be identified; iha = at this time; svovaa parovaa = whether one belongs to one’s own army or an enemy.

“These quarters are wrapped on all sides with abundant darkness. O foremost of demons! It can not be identified at this time whether one belongs to one’s own army or an enemy.

धृष्टं भवन्तो युध्यन्तु हरीणां मोहनाय वै |
अहं तु रथमास्थाय आगमिष्यामि संयुगे || ९०-६-६
dhR^iShTaM bhavanto yudhyantu hariiNaaM mohanaaya vai |
ahaM tu rathamaasthaaya aagamiShyaami saMyuge || 6-90-6


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.6

6. bhavantaH = you; dhR^iShTam = courageously; yudhyantu = fight; mohanaaya = so as to stupefy; hariiNaam = the monkeys; aham tu = I; on my part; aagamiShyaami = will come; samyuge = to the battle; aasthaaya = after ascending; ratham = a chariot.

“You courageously fight, so as to stupefy the monkeys. I, on my part, will return to the battle-field, ascending another chariot.”.

तथा भवन्तः कुर्वन्तु यथेमे हि वनौकसः |
न युध्येयुर्दुरात्मानः प्रविष्टे नगरं मयि || ९०-६-७
tathaa bhavantaH kurvantu yatheme hi vanaukasaH |
na yudhyeyurduraatmaanaH praviShTe nagaraM mayi || 6-90-7


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.7

7. bhavantaH = you; kurvantu = act; tathaa = in such a way; yathaa = that; ime = these; duraatmanaH = evil-minded; vanaukasaH = monkeys; na yudhyeyuH = do not carry on the fight (with me); mayi = while I; praviShTe = enter; nagaram = the city.

“You act in such a way so that these evil-minded monkeys do not carry on their fight (with me) while enter the city.”.

इत्युक्त्वा रावणसुतो वञ्चयित्वा वनौकसः |
प्रविवेश पुरीं लङ्काम् रथहेतोरमित्रह || ९०-६-८
ityuktvaa raavaNasuto vaJNchayitvaa vanaukasaH |
pravivesha puriiM laN^kaam rathahetoramitraha || 6-90-8


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.8

8. iti uktvaa = thus speaking; raavaNasutaH = Indrajit; amitrahaa = the annihilator of enemies; vaN^chayitvaa = deceiving; vanaukasaH = the monkeys; pravivesha = entered; laN^kaam purim = the City of Lanka; ratha hetoH = for the sake of another chariot.

Thus speaking, Indrajit the annihilator of enemies, having deceived the monkeys, entered the City of Lanka for the sake of getting anther chariot.

स रथं भूषयित्वाथ रुचिरं हे मभूषितम् |
प्रासासिशरसंयुक्तं युक्तं परमवाजिभिः || ९०-६-९
अधिष्ठितं हयज्ञेन सूतेनाप्तोपदेशिना |
आरुरोह महातेजा रावणिः समितिंजयः || ९०-६-१०
sa rathaM bhuuShayitvaatha ruchiraM he mabhuuShitam |
praasaasisharasaMyuktaM yuktaM paramavaajibhiH || 6-90-9
adhiShThitaM hayajJNena suutenaaptopadeshinaa |
aaruroha mahaatejaa raavaNiH samitiMjayaH || 6-90-10


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.9,6.90.10

9; 10. bhuuShayitvaa = arranging for embellishment; ratham = of a chariot; ruchiram = which was beautiful; hema bhuuShitam = decked with gold; praasaasishara samyuktam = furnished with darts; swords and arrows; yuktam paramavaajibhiH = yoked with excellent horses; adhiShThitam = directed by suten = a charioteer; hayaJNena = who could understand his horses properly; aaptopadeshinaa = and could give credible instructions to them; saH raavaNiH = that Indrajit; samitimjayaH = a conqueror in battle; mahaatejaaH = who was endowed with extraordinary energy; atha = then; aaruroha = ascended it.

Arranging for embellishment of a chariot, which was beautiful, decked with gold, furnished with darts, swords and arrows, yoked with excellent horses, directed by a charioteer who could understand those horses properly and could give credible instructions to them, that Indrajit, a conqueror in battle, who was endowed with extraordinary energy, then ascended it.

स राक्षस्गणैर्मुख्यैर्वृतो मन्दोदरीसुतः |
निर्ययौ नगराद्वीरः कृतान्तबलचोदितः || ९०-६-११
sa raakShasgaNairmukhyairvR^ito mandodariisutaH |
niryayau nagaraadviiraH kR^itaantabalachoditaH || 6-90-11


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.11

11. saH viiraH = that valiant; manDodariisutaH = Indrajit; vR^itaH = surrounded by; mukhyaiH raakShasa gaNaiH = troops of principal demons; kR^itaanta balachoditaH = incited by the force of destiny; niryayau = sallied forth; nagaraat = from the city.

That valiant Indrajit, surrounded by troops of principal demons and incited by the force of destiny, sallied forth from the city.

सोऽभिनिष्क्रम्य नगरादिन्द्रजित्परवीरह |
अभ्ययाज्जवनैरश्वैर्लक्ष्मणं सविभीषणम् || ९०-६-१२
so.abhiniShkramya nagaraadindrajitparaviiraha |
abhyayaajjavanairashvairlakShmaNaM savibhiiShaNam || 6-90-12


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.12

12. abhiniShkramya = going forth; nagaraat = from the City; saH indrajit = that Indrajit; paraviirahaa = the destroyer of valiant enemies; jananaiH ashvaiH = by his swift horses; abhyayaat = attacked; lakShmaNam = Lakshmana; savibhiShaNam = together with Vibhishana.

Moving out form the City with his swift horses, that indrajit, the destroyer of valiant enemies, attacked Lakshmana and Vibhishana.

ततो रथस्थमालोक्य सौमित्री रावणात्मजम् |
नानराश्च महावीर्या राक्षसश्च विभीषणः || ९०-६-१३
विस्मयं परमं जग्मुर्लाघवात्तस्य धीमतः |
tato rathasthamaalokya saumitrii raavaNaatmajam |
naanaraashcha mahaaviiryaa raakShasashcha vibhiiShaNaH || 6-90-13
vismayaM paramaM jagmurlaaghavaattasya dhiimataH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.13

13. tataH = then; aalokya = Seeing; raavanaatmajam = Indrajit; rathastham = seated in the chariot; saumitriH = Lakshmana; mahaaviiryaah vaanaraashcha = the mighty monkeys; raakShasasya vibhiiShaNaH = and Vibhishana the demons; jagmuH vismayam paramam = were very much surprised; tasya laaghavaat = with alacrity; tasya dhiimataH = of the intelligent Indrajit.

Seeing Idnrajit seated in the chariot, Lakshmana, the mighty monkeys and Vibhishana the demon then were very much surprised on recalling the alacrity of the intelligent Indrajit.

रावणिश्चापि संक्रुद्धो रणे वानरयूथपान् || ९०-६-१४
पातयामास बाणौघैः शतशोऽथ् सहस्रशः |
raavaNishchaapi saMkruddho raNe vaanarayuuthapaan || 6-90-14
paatayaamaasa baaNaughaiH shatasho.ath sahasrashaH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.14

14. samkR^iddhaH = the enraged; raavaNashchaapi = Indrajit also; paatayaamaasa shatashaH = struck down hundreds; atha = and; sahasrashaH = thousands; vaanarayuuthapaan = of monkey-chiefs; baaNaughaiH = by his multitude of arrows; raNe = in the battle.

The enraged Indrajit also struck down hundreds and thousands of monkey-chiefs by using a multitude of arrows in the battle-field.

स मण्डलीकृतधनू रावणिः समितिंजयः || ९०-६-१५
हरीनभ्यहनत्क्रुद्धः परं लाघवमास्थितः |
sa maNDaliikR^itadhanuu raavaNiH samitiMjayaH || 6-90-15
hariinabhyahanatkruddhaH paraM laaghavamaasthitaH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.15

15. maN^DaliikR^itadhanuH = stretching his bow to a circle; saH kR^iddhaH raavaNiH = that enraged Indrajit; samitimjayaH = the conqueror in battle; aasthitaH = param laaghram = exhibiting supreme agility; abhyahanat = killed; hariin = the monkeys.

Stretching his bow to a circle, that enraged Indrajit the conqueror in battle, exhibiting supreme agility, began to kill the monkeys.

ते वध्यमाना हरयो नाराचैर्भीमविक्रमाः || ९०-६-१६
सौमित्रिं शरणम् प्राप्तः प्रजापतिमिव प्रजाः |
te vadhyamaanaa harayo naaraachairbhiimavikramaaH || 6-90-16
saumitriM sharaNam praaptaH prajaapatimiva prajaaH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.16

16. vadhyamaanaaH = thus being killed; naaraachaiH = by steel arrows; te harayaH = those monkeys; bhiima vikramaaH = of terrible prowess; sharaNam praaptaaH = sought refuge; saumitrim = in Lakshmana; prajaaH iva = as people; prajaapatim = would seek refuge in Brahma the lord of creation.

Thus being killed by steel arrows, those monkeys of terrible prowess sought refuge in Lakshmana, as people would take refuge in Brahma the Lord of Creation.

ततः समरकोपेन ज्वलितो रघुनन्दनः || ९०-६-१७
चिच्छेद कार्मुकं तस्य दर्शयन् पाणिलाघवम् |
tataH samarakopena jvalito raghunandanaH || 6-90-17
chichchheda kaarmukaM tasya darshayan paaNilaaghavam |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.17

17. tataH = then; jvalitaH = blazing; samarakopena = with hostile anger; raghunanadanaH = Lakshmana; darshayan = showing; paaNilaaghavam = agility of his hand; chichheda = tore; tasya karmukam = his bow.

Then, blazing with hostile anger, Lakshmana, showing his agility of hand, tore Indrajit’s bow .

सोऽन्य्त्कार्मुकमादाय सज्जं चक्रे त्वरन्निव || ९०-६-१८
तदप्यस्य त्रिभिर्बाणैर्लक्ष्मणो निरकृन्तत |
so.anytkaarmukamaadaaya sajjaM chakre tvaranniva || 6-90-18
tadapyasya tribhirbaaNairlakShmaNo nirakR^intata |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.18

18. tvaranniva = Hurriedly; saH = he; aadaaya = took; anyat = another; kaarmukam = bow; chakre = and made it; sajjam = ready; lakShmaNaH = Lakshmana; nirakR^intata = tore; asya tadapi = that bow also of indrajit; tribhiH baaNaiH = with three arrows.

Hurriedly, he took another bow and made it ready. Lakshmana tore that bow too of Indrajit with three arrows.

अथनं चिन्नधन्वानमाशीविषविषोपमैः || ९०-६-१९
विव्याधोरसि सौमित्री रावणिं पञ्चभिः शरैः |
athanaM chinnadhanvaanamaashiiviShaviShopamaiH || 6-90-19
vivyaadhorasi saumitrii raavaNiM paJNchabhiH sharaiH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.19

19. atha = thereupon; saumitriH = Lakshmana; vivyaadha = struck; enam = this; raavaNim = Indrajit; chhinnadhnvaanam = whose bow was torn; urasi = on his chest; paN^chabhiH = with five; baaNaiH = arrows; aashiiviShaviShopamaiH = which were like serpentine poison.

Thereupon, Lakshmana struck that Indrajit, whose bow was torn, on his chest with five arrows which were deadly like a serpentine poison.

ते तस्य कायं इर्भिद्य महाकार्मुकनिःसृताः || ९०-६-२०
निपेतुर्धरणीं बाणा रक्ता इव महोरगाः |
te tasya kaayaM irbhidya mahaakaarmukaniHsR^itaaH || 6-90-20
nipeturdharaNiiM baaNaa raktaa iva mahoragaaH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.20

20. te baaNaaH = those arrows; mahaakaarmuka niHsR^itaaH = released from that great bow; nirbhidya = tearing; tasya kaayam = his body; nipetuH = fell; dharaNiim = to the earth; raktaaH mahoragaaH iva = like huge red serpents.

Those arrows, released from that great bow, penetrating through Indrajit’s body, fell to the ground like huge red serpents.

स च्छिन्नधन्वा रुधिरं वमन् वक्त्रेण रावणिः || ९०-६-२१
जग्राह कार्मुकश्रेष्ठं दृढज्यं बलवत्तरम् |
sa chchhinnadhanvaa rudhiraM vaman vaktreNa raavaNiH || 6-90-21
jagraaha kaarmukashreShThaM dR^iDhajyaM balavattaram |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.21

21. vaman = ejecting; rudhiram = blood; vaktreNa = from his month; saH raavaNiH = that Indrajit; china dhanvaa = who had his bow torn; jagraaHa = took hold; kaarmukashreShTham = of his excellent bow; dR^iDhajyam = with bow-string firmy fastened; balavatharam = and which was stronger (than the earlier bow).

Ejecting blood from his month, that Indrajit, who had his bow torn, took hold of his excellent bow with the bow-string firmly fastened and which was stronger than the earlier bow.

स लक्ष्मणं समुद्दिश्य परं लाघवमास्थितः |
ववर्ष शरवर्षाणि वर्षाणीव पुरन्दरः || || ९०-६-२२
sa lakShmaNaM samuddishya paraM laaghavamaasthitaH |
vavarSha sharavarShaaNi varShaaNiiva purandaraH || || 6-90-22


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.22

22. aashritaH = employing; param = utmost; laaghavam = agility; saH = Indrajit; uddishya = aiming at; LakShmaNam = Lakshmana; vavarSha = streamed forth; sharavarShaaNi = a shower of arrows; purandaraH iva = like Indra the lord of celestials; varShaaNi = streaming forth the rain.

Employing utmost agility, Indrajit, aiming at Lakshmana, streamed forth a shower of arrows, as Indra the lord of celestials streaming forth the rain.

मुक्तमिन्द्रजिता तत्तु शरवर्षमरिन्दमः |
अवारयदसम्भ्रान्तो लक्ष्मणः सुदुरासदम् || ९०-६-२३
muktamindrajitaa tattu sharavarShamarindamaH |
avaarayadasambhraanto lakShmaNaH suduraasadam || 6-90-23


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.23

23. asambhraantaH = coolly; lakShmaNaH = Lakshmana; arindamaH = the annihilator of enemies; avaarayat = warded off; sharavarSham = the shower of arrows; suduraasadam = which were the most difficult to be resisted; muktam = released; indrajitaa = by Indrajit.

Lakshmana the annihilator of enemies coolly warded off the shower of arrows released by Indrajit, though it was most difficult to resist.

संदर्शयामास तदा रावणिं रघुनन्दनः || ९०-६-२४
असंभ्रान्तो महातेजास्तदद्भुतमिवाभवत् |
saMdarshayaamaasa tadaa raavaNiM raghunandanaH || 6-90-24
asaMbhraanto mahaatejaastadadbhutamivaabhavat |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.24

24. raghunandanaH = Lakshmana; mahaatejaaH = with great splendor; asambhraantaH = remaining unperplexed; tadaa = then; samdarshayaamaasa = showed (his prowess); raavaNim = to Indrajit; tat = that; abhuut = was; adbhutamiva = marvelous indeed.

Lakshmana with great splendor, remaining unperplexed, then showed his prowess to Indrajit, which was marvelous indeed.

ततस्तान् राक्षसान् सर्वांस्त्रिभिरेकैक महावे || ९०-६-२५
अविध्यत्परमक्रुद्धः शीघ्रास्त्रं सम्प्रदर्शयन् |
राक्षसेन्द्रसुतं चापि बाणौघैः समताडयत् || ९०-६-२६
tatastaan raakShasaan sarvaaMstribhirekaika mahaave || 6-90-25
avidhyatparamakruddhaH shiighraastraM sampradarshayan |
raakShasendrasutaM chaapi baaNaughaiH samataaDayat || 6-90-26


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.25,6.90.26

25; 26. paramakruddhaH = getting extremely enraged; (Lakshmana); tataH = then; avidhyat = pierced; taan sarvaan raakShasaan = all those demons; aahave = (who stood in) the battle-field; tribhiH = with three arrows; ekaikam = each; sampradarshayan = showing; shiighraastram = his speed in discharging missiles; samataaDayat api = (and also) struck; tam raakShasaasutam that Indrajit; baanaughaiH = with an array of arrows.

Getting extremely enraged, Lakshmana then pierced all those demons who stood in the battle-field with three arrows each, showing his speed in discharging missiles and also struck Indrajit with an array of arrows.

सोऽतिविद्धो बलवता शत्रुणा शत्रुघातिना |
असक्तं प्रेषयामास लक्ष्मणाय बहून् शरान् || ९०-६-२७
so.atividdho balavataa shatruNaa shatrughaatinaa |
asaktaM preShayaamaasa lakShmaNaaya bahuun sharaan || 6-90-27


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.27

27. saH = that Indrajit; atividdhaH = who was struck; shatrunaa = by the enemy; balavataa = who was mighty; shatrughaatinaa = and destroyer of enemies; preShayaamaasa = sent; asaktam = unhindered; bahuun sharaan = several arrows; lakShmanaaya = for Lakshmana.

That Indrajit, who was struck by the enemy, who was mighty destroyer of enemies, released several arrows unhindered towards Lakshmana.

तानप्राप्तान् शितैर्बाणैश्चिच्छेद परवीरह |
सारथेरस्य च रणे रथिनो रघुसत्तमः || ९०-६-२८
शोरो जहार धर्मात्मा भल्लेनानतपर्वणा |
taanapraaptaan shitairbaaNaishchichchheda paraviiraha |
saaratherasya cha raNe rathino raghusattamaH || 6-90-28
shoro jahaara dharmaatmaa bhallenaanataparvaNaa |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.28

28. paraviirahaa = Lakshmana; the destroyer of valiant adversaries; chichheda = tore; taan = those arrows; apraaptaan = unarrived; shitaiH baaNaiH = with sharp arrows; dharmaatmaa = the virtuous; raghusattamaH = Lakshmana; jahaara eliminated; shiraH = the head; saaatheH = of the charioteer; asya rathinaH = of Indrajit who occupied the charioteer; asya rathinaH = of Indrajit who occupied the chariot; raNe = in the battle; bhallena = with an arrow called Bhalla; aanata parvaNaa = which was curved at its nodes.

Lakshmana, the destroyer of valiant adversaries, tore those arrows yet unarrived, with sharp arrows. The virtuous Lakshmana eliminated the head of the charioteer of Indrajit, the chariot-warrior, in the battle with an arrow called Bhalla which was looking curved at its nodes.

असूतास्ते हयास्तत्र रथमूहुरविक्लबाः || ९०-६-२९
मण्डलान्यभिधावन्तस्तदद्भुतमिवाभवत् |
asuutaaste hayaastatra rathamuuhuraviklabaaH || 6-90-29
maNDalaanyabhidhaavantastadadbhutamivaabhavat |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.29

29. te = those; hayaaH = horses; asuutaaH = bereft of a charioteer; tatra = there; aviklabaaH = without getting perturbed; maNDalaani abhidhaavantaH = ran up in a circular fashion; rathm uhuH = and continued to draw the chariot; tat = that; abhavat = was; adbhutamiva = wonderful indeed.

Those horses, bereft of a charioteer there, without getting perturbed, ran up in a circular fashion and continued to draw the chariot. The scene looked wonderful indeed.

अमर्षवशमापन्नः सौमित्रिर्दृढविक्रमः || ९०-६-३०
प्रत्यविद्ध्यद्धयांस्तस्य शरैर्वित्रासयन् रणे |
amarShavashamaapannaH saumitrirdR^iDhavikramaH || 6-90-30
pratyaviddhyaddhayaaMstasya sharairvitraasayan raNe |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.30

30. aasannaH = getting; amarShavasham = the power of anger; raNe = in battle; saumitriH = Lakshmana; dR^iDhavikramaH = of unyielding prowess; vitraasayan = frightening; hayaan = the horses; pratyavidhyat = pierced (them); sharaiH = with arrows.

Getting the power of anger, Lakshmana of unyielding prowess, pierced the horses of Indrajit with arrows, so as to frighten them thereby.

अमर्षमाणस्तत्कर्म रावणस्य सुतो रणे || ९०-६-३१
विव्याध दशभिर्बाणैः सौमित्रिं तममर्षणम् |
amarShamaaNastatkarma raavaNasya suto raNe || 6-90-31
vivyaadha dashabhirbaaNaiH saumitriM tamamarShaNam |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.31

31. amarShaNam = getting impatient; tat karma = with that act; (of Lakshmana); raNe = in battle; raavaNasya sutaH = Indrajit; vivyaadha = struck; tam amarShaNam saumitrim = that enraged Lakshmana; dashabhiH baaNaiH = with ten arrows.

Getting impatient with that act of Lakshmana in battle, Indrajit struck that enraged Lakshmana with ten arrows.

ते तस्य वज्रप्रतिमाः शराः सर्पविषोपमाः || ९०-६-३२
विलयं जग्मुरागत्य कवचं काञ्चनप्रभम् |
te tasya vajrapratimaaH sharaaH sarpaviShopamaaH || 6-90-32
vilayaM jagmuraagatya kavachaM kaaJNchanaprabham |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.32

32. te sharaaH = those arrows; vajrapratimaaH = equal to thunder bolts; sarpaviShopamaaH = and like serpentine poison; tasya = of Indrajit; aagatya = having arrived at; kavacham = the armour; kaaN^chana prabham = with a golden hue; vilayam jagmuH = obtained destruction.

Those arrows of Indrajit, equal to thunderbolts and deadly as serpentine poison, having reached Lakshmana’s armour with a golden hue, got destroyed.

अभेद्यकचनं मत्वा लक्ष्मणं रावणात्मजः || ९०-६-३३
ललाटे लक्ष्मणं बाणैः सुपुङ्खैस्त्रिभिरिन्द्रजित् |
अविध्यत्परमक्रुद्धः शीघ्रमस्त्रं प्रदर्शयन् || ९०-६-३४
abhedyakachanaM matvaa lakShmaNaM raavaNaatmajaH || 6-90-33
lalaaTe lakShmaNaM baaNaiH supu~Nkhaistribhirindrajit |
avidhyatparamakruddhaH shIghramastraM pradarshayan || 6-90-34


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.33,6.90.34

33; 34. matvaa = understanding; lakShmanam = Lakshmana; abheyakavacham = to have been protected by an impenetrable armour; pradarshayan = and showing; shiighram = his swiftness; astram = in discharging missiles; indrajit = Indrajit; raavaNaatmajaH = the son of Ravana; paramakruddhaH = who felt very much angered; avidhyat = pierced; lakShmanam = lakshmana; lalaaTe = in the forehead; tribhiH baaNaiH = with three arrows; supuNkhaiH = provided with good plumes.

Understanding Lakshmana to have been protected by an impenetrable armour and showing his swiftness in discharging missiles, Indrajit the son of Ravana, who felt very much angered, pierced Lakshmana in the forehead with three arrows provided with good plumes.

तैः पृषत्कैर्ललाटस्थैः शुशुभे रघुनन्दनः |
रणाग्रे समरश्लाघी त्रिशृङ्ग इव पर्वतः || ९०-६-३५
taiH pR^iShatkairlalaaTasthaiH shushubhe raghunandanaH |
raNaagre samarashlaaghI trishR^i~Nga iva parvataH || 6-90-35


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.35

35. taiH pR^iShtkaiH = with those arrows; lalaaTasthaiH = planted in his forehead; raghunandanaH = Lakshmana; samavashalaaghii = who had delight in battle; shushubhe = shone; parvataH iva = like a mountain; trishR^iNgaH = with three peaks; raNaagre = in the battle-field.

With those three arrows planted in his forehead, Lakshmana who was fond of fighting, shone like a mountain with its three peaks, in the battle-field.

स तथाप्यर्दितो बाणै राक्षसेन महामृधे |
तमाशु प्रतिविव्याध लक्ष्मणः पनभिः शरैः || ९०-६-३६
विकृष्येन्द्रजितो युद्धे वदने शुभकुण्डले |
sa tathaapyardito baaNai raakShasena mahaamR^idhe |
tamaashu prativivyaadha lakShmaNaH panabhiH sharaiH || 6-90-36
vikR^iShyendrajito yuddhe vadane shubhakuNDale |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.36

36. arditaH = tormented; tathaa = thus; mR^idhe = in battle; raakShasena = By Indrajit the demon; saH lakShmaNaH = that Lakshmana; tadaa = then; aashu = quickly; vikR^iShya = drawing and bending the bow; tam prativivyaadha = pierced him in return; paNchabhiH sharaiH = with five arrows; yuddhe = in battle; indrajitaH vadane = in Indrajit’s face; shubha kuN^Dale = having beautiful ear-rings.

Thus tormented in battle by Indrajit the demon, that Lakshmana then quickly stretching the bow, pierced him in return with five arrows, in battle, in Indrajit’s face holding beautiful ear-rings.

लक्ष्मणेन्द्रजितौ वीरौ महाबलशरासनौ || ९०-६-३७
अन्योन्यं जघ्नतुर्बाणैर्विशिखैर्भीमविक्रमौ |
lakShmaNendrajitau vIrau mahaabalasharaasanau || 6-90-37
anyonyaM jaghnaturbaaNairvishikhairbhImavikramau |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.37

37. lakShmaNendrajitau = Lakshmana and Indrajit; viirau = the heroes; mahaabalasharaasanau = endowed with extraordinary mighty and armed with very strong bow; bhiima vikramau = and possessing terrible prowess; jaghnatuH = struck; anyonyam = each other; vishikhaiH baaNaiH = with distinctly pointed arrows.

Lakshmana Indrajit, the heroes endowed with extraordinary might and armed with very strong bows and possessing terrible prowess, struck each other with distinctly pointed arrows .

ततह् शोणितदिग्धाङ्गौ लक्ष्मणेन्द्रजितावुभौ || ९०-६-३८
रणे तौ राजतुर्वीरौ पुष्पिताविव किंशुकौ |
tatah shoNitadigdhaaN^gau lakShmaNendrajitaavubhau || 6-90-38
raNe tau raajaturviirau puShpitaaviva kiMshukau |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.38

38. tau = those two warriors; lakShmaNendrajitau = Lakshmana and Indrajit; ubhau shoNitadigdhaaN^gau = both with their bodies stained in blood; tataH = at that time; raNe = in battle; rejatuH = shone; puShpitau kimshukau iva = like Kimshuka trees in blossom.

Those two warriors, Lakshmana and Indrajit, with both their bodies stained in blood, shone in the battle-field at that time, like Kimshuka trees in blossom.

तौ परस्परमभ्येत्य सर्वगात्रेषु धन्विनौ || ९०-६-३९
घोरैर्विव्यधतुर्बाणैः कृतभावावुभौ जये |
tau parasparamabhyetya sarvagaatreShu dhanvinau || 6-90-39
ghorairvivyadhaturbaaNaiH kR^itabhaavaavubhau jaye |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.39

39. tau ubhau dhanvinau = those two archers; kR^ita bhaavau = with their minds directed towards; jaye = victory; abhyetya = approached; parasparam = each other; vivyadhatuH = and pierced; sarvagaatreShu = in all the others limbs; ghoraiH baaNaiH = with dreadful arrows.

Those two archers, with their minds directed towards victory, met each other and pierced their opponent in all limbs with dreadful arrows.

ततः समरकोपेन संवृतो रावणात्मजः || ९०-६-४०
विभीषणं त्रिभिर्बाणैर्विव्याध वदने शुभे |
tataH samarakopena saMvR^ito raavaNaatmajaH || 6-90-40
vibhiiShaNaM tribhirbaaNairvivyaadha vadane shubhe |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.40

40. tataH = then; raavaNaatmajaH = Indrajit; samarakopena samvR^itaH = filled with martial anger; vivyaadha = struck; vibhiiShanam = Vibhishana; shubhe vadane = in his auspicious face; tribhiH baaNaiH = with three arrows.

Then, Indrajit, filled with martial anger, struck Vibhishana in his auspicious face, with three arrows.

अयोमुखस्त्रिभिर्विद्ध्वा राक्षसेन्द्रं विभीषणम् || ९०-६-४१
एकैकेनाभिविव्याध तान्सर्वान् हरियूथपान् |
ayomukhastribhirviddhvaa raakShasendraM vibhiiShaNam || 6-90-41
ekaikenaabhivivyaadha taansarvaan hariyuuthapaan |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.41

41. viddhvaa = having struck; vibhiiShaNam = Vibhishana; raakShasendram = the leader of demons; tribhiH ayomukhaiH = with three arrows; (Indrajit); abhirivyaadha = struck; sarvaan = all; taan = those; hariyuuthapaan = monkey-chiefs; ekekaina = each with one arrow.

Having struck Vibhishana, the leader of demons, with three arrows, Indrajit struck all those monkey chiefs with a single arrow each.

तस्मै दृढतरं क्रुद्धो हताश्वाय विभीषणः || ९०-६-४२
विभीषणो महातेजा रावणेः स दुरात्मनः |
tasmai dR^iDhataraM kruddho hataashvaaya vibhIShaNaH || 6-90-42
vibhiiShaNo mahaatejaa raavaNeH sa duraatmanaH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.42

42. kruddhaH dR^iDhataram = much enraged; tasmai = with him; saH vibhiiShaNaH = that Vibhishana; mahaatejaaH = of great splendor; jaghaana = killed; hayaan = the horses; duraatmanaH raavaneH = of the evil-minded Indrajit; gadayaa = with his mace.

Very much enraged with him, that Vibhishana of great splendor killed the horses of that evil-minded Indrajit with his mace.

स हताश्वात्समाप्लुत्य रथान्मथिरसारथिः || ९०-६-४३
अथ शक्तिं महातेजाः पितृव्याय मुमोच ह |
sa hataashvaatsamaaplutya rathaanmathirasaarathiH || 6-90-43
atha shaktiM mahaatejaaH pitR^ivyaaya mumocha ha |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.43

43. rathaat = from the chariot; mathitasaarathiH = whose charioteer was destroyed; hataashvaat = and whose horses were killed; saH mahaatejaaH = that Indrajit of a great splendor; samaaplntya = just dumped down; atha = and then; mumochaha = released; shaktim = his javelin; pitR^ivyaaya = towards his paternal uncle.

Just leaping down from the chariot whose charioteer was destroyed earlier and whose horses were killed, that Indrajit of great splendor employed his javelin towards his maternal uncle.

तामापतन्तीं संप्रेक्ष्य सुमित्रानन्दवर्धनः || ९०-६-४४
चिच्छेद निशितै र्बाणैर्दशधापातयद्भुवि |
taamaapatantiiM saMprekShya sumitraanandavardhanaH || 6-90-44
chichchheda nishitai rbaaNairdashadhaapaatayadbhuvi |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.44

44. samprekShya = seeing; taan = that javelin; aapatantiim = rushing towards him; sumitrananda vardhanaH = Lakshmana; chichheda = tore (it); nishitaiH baaNaiH = with sharp arrows; dashadhaa = into ten pieces; aapaatayat = and felled it; bhuvi = on the floor.

Seeing that Javelin rushing towards Vibhishana, Lakshmana tore it into ten pieces with his sharp arrows and felled it on the floor.

तस्मै दृढतनुः क्रुद्धो हताश्वाय विभीषणः || ९०-६-४५
वज्रस्पर्शसमान्पञ्च ससर्जोरसि मार्गणान् |
tasmai dR^iDhatanuH kruddho hataashvaaya vibhiiShaNaH || 6-90-45
vajrasparshasamaanpa~ncha sasarjorasi maargaNaan |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.45

45. dR^iDhatanuH = the strong-bodied; vibhiiShaNaH = Vibhishana; kruddhaH = in anger; sasarja = dug; paNcha = five; saayakaan = arrows; vajra sparshasamaan = whose impact was as hard as that of a thunder-bolt; urasi = into the bossom; tasmai = of Indrajit; hataashvaaya = whose horses were already killed.

The strong bodied Vibhishana, in anger, dug five arrows, whose impact was a hard as that of a thunder-bolt, into the bosom of Indrajit, whose horses were already killed.

ते तस्य कायं निर्भिद्य रुक्मपुङ्खा निमित्तगाः || ९०-६-४६
बभूवुर्लोहितादिग्धा रक्टा इव महोरगाः |
te tasya kaayaM nirbhidya rukmapu~Nkhaa nimittagaaH || 6-90-46
babhuuvurlohitaadigdhaa rakTaa iva mahoragaaH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.46

46. bhitvaatu = having penetrated; tasya kaayam = his body; te = those arrows; rukmapuNkhaaH = which were provided with golden feathers; nimittagaaH = went straight into their target; lohita digdhaaH = got stained with blood; babhuuvaH = and became; raktaaH mahoragaaH iva = like red large serpents.

Having penetrated his body, those arrows which were provided with golden feathers, went straight into their target, got stained with blood and appeared like red large serpents.

स पितृव्यस्य सङ्क्रुद्ध इन्द्रजिच्छरमाददे || ९०-६-४७
उत्तमं रक्षसां मध्ये यमदत्तं महाबलः |
sa pitR^ivyasya sa~Nkruddha indrajichchharamaadade || 6-90-47
uttamaM rakShasaaM madhye yamadattaM mahaabalaH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.47

47. samkruddhaH = enraged; pitR^ivyasya = with his paternal uncle; saH Indrajit = that Indrajit; rakShasaam mmadhye = standing in the midst of the demons; aadade = took; uttamam = an excellent; mahaabalam = mighty; sharam = arrow; yama dattam = (earlier) presented by Yama the lord of Death.

Enraged with his paternal uncle, that Indrajit, standing in the midst of demons, took hold of an excellent arrow earlier presented by Yama the lord of Death.

तं समीक्ष्य महातेजा महेषुं तेन संहितम् || ९०-६-४८
लक्ष्मणोऽप्याददे बाणमन्यं भीमपराक्रमः |
taM samiikShya mahaatejaa maheShuM tena saMhitam || 6-90-48
lakShmaNo.apyaadade baaNamanyaM bhImaparaakramaH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.48

48. samiikShya = seeing; tam = that; maheShum = great arrow; samhitam = seized; tena = by him; lakShmano.api = Lakshmana also; mahaatejaa = of great splendor; bhiima paraakramaH = and terrible prowess; aadade = took hold of; anyat = another; baanam = arrow.

Seeing that great arrow seized by him, Lakshmana also, of great splendor and terrible prowess, took hold of another arrow.

कुबेरेण स्वयं स्वप्ने यद्दत्तममितात्मना || ९०-६-४९
दुर्जयं दुर्विषह्यं च सेन्द्रैरपि सुरासुरैः |
kubereNa svayaM svapne yaddattamamitaatmanaa || 6-90-49
durjayaM durviShahyaM cha sendrairapi suraasuraiH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.49

49. (That arrow) dattam = had been presented (to him); svapne = in the course of a dream; kubereNa = by Kubera the god of riches; amitaatmanaa svayam = of immense glory himself; yat = which; durjayam = was difficult to be conquered; durviSahyamcha = and much more difficult to be tolerable; suraasurairapi = even for gods anddemons; sendraiH = including Indra the lord of celestials.

That arrow had been presented to him, in the course of a dream, by Kubera the god of riches, of immense glory himself, which was difficult to be conquered and much more difficult to be tolerated even for gods and demons including Indra the lord of celestials.

तयोस्तु धनुषी श्रेष्ठे बाहुभिः परिघोपमैः || ९०-६-५०
विकृष्यमाणे बलवत् क्रौञ्चविव चुकूजतुः |
tayostu dhanuShii shreShThe baahubhiH parighopamaiH || 6-90-50
vikR^iShyamaaNe balavat krauJNchaviva chukuujatuH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.50

50. vikR^iShyamaaNe = stretched; balavat = with force; parighopamaiH baahubhiH = by their arms which resembled a pair of iron-rods; tayoH = both of their; shreShThTe = excellent; dhanuShii = bows; chukuujatuH = emitted a piercing sound; krauNchaaviva = like that of a pair of curlew-cranes.

Stretched with strength by their arms, which resembled a pair of steel rods, emitted a piercing sound like that of a pair of curlew-cranes.

ताभ्यां तौ धनुषि श्रेष्ठे संहितौ सायकोत्तमौ || ९०-६-५१
विकृष्यमाणौ वीराभ्यां भृशं जज्वलतुः श्रिया |
taabhyaaM tau dhanuShi shreShThe saMhitau saayakottamau || 6-90-51
vikR^iShyamaaNau vIraabhyaaM bhR^ishaM jajvalatuH shriyaa |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.51

51. saayakottamau = the excellent arrows; samhitau = fitted; vikR^iShyamaaNe = and pulled out; shreShThe dhanuShi = from their excellent bow; taabhyaam viiraabhyaam = by those heroes; jajvalatuH = blazed; bR^isham = very much; shriyaa = with splendour.

The excellent arrows fitted and pulled out from their excellent bow by those heroes, blazed very much with splendour.

तौ भासयन्तावाकाशं धनुर्भ्यां विशिखौ च्युतौ || ९०-६-५२
मुखेन मुखमाहत्य संनिपेततुरोजसा |
tau bhaasayantaavaakaashaM dhanurbhyaaM vishikhau chyutau || 6-90-52
mukhena mukhamaahatya saMnipetaturojasaa |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.52

52. tau vishikhau = those arrows; chutau = released; dhanurbhyaam = from the bow; aakaasham bhaasayantau = making the sky shine; aahatya = hitting; mukhena mukham = face to face; samnipetatuH = sollided with each other; ojasaa = powerfully.

Those arrows, released from the bow, making the sky shine and hitting each other face to face, collided each other powerfully .

संनिपातस्तयोश्चासीच्छरयोर्घोररूपयोः || ९०-६-५३
सधूमविस्फुलिङ्गश्च तज्जोऽग्निर्दारुणोऽभवत् |
saMnipaatastayoshchaasiichchharayorghoraruupayoH || 6-90-53
sadhuumavisphuliN^gashcha tajjo.agnirdaaruNo.abhavat |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.53

53. samnipaataH = the collision; tayoH sharayoH = of those arrows; ghoraruupayoH = of terrible form; aasiit = broke out; sadhuumavisphuliNgaH = a fierce five comprising of smoke and sparkles; agniH = the five; tajjaH = broke out from it; abhavat = became; daaruNam = fierce.

The collision of those arrows of terrible form broke out a fierce fire comprising of smoke and sparkles.

तौ महाग्रहसङ्काशावन्योन्यं संनिपत्य च || ९०-६-५४
सङ्ग्रामे शतधा यातौ मेदिन्यां विनिपेततुः |
tau mahaagrahasa~NkaashaavanyonyaM saMnipatya cha || 6-90-54
sa~Ngraame shatadhaa yaatau medinyaaM vinipetatuH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.54

54. samnipatya = hitting; anyonyam = each other; mahaagraha samkaashau = like two major planets; tau = those two arrows; samgraame = in battle; yaatau = turned; shatadhaa = into a hundred pieces; petatuH = and fell; medinyaam = on the ground.

Hitting each other like two major planets, those two arrows in battle burst into a hundred pieces and fell on the ground.

शरौ प्रतिहतौ दृष्ट्वा तावुभौ रणमूर्धनि || ९०-६-५५
व्रीडितो जातरोषौ च लक्ष्मणेन्द्रजितौ तदा |
sharau pratihatau dR^iShTvaa taavubhau raNamuurdhani || 6-90-55
vriiDito jaataroShau cha lakShmaNendrajitau tadaa |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.55

55. ubhau dR^iShTvaa = both of them seeng; sharau = their arrows; pratihatau = warded off; raNamuurdhani = in the battle-front; tau = those two warriors; lakShmaNendrajitau = Lakshmana and Indrajit; tadaa = then; vriiDitau = felt abashed; jaataroShaucha = and got provoked.

On seeing their arrows warded off in the battle-front, those two warriors, Lakshmana and Indrajit then felt abashed and got provoked.

स संरब्धस्तु सौमित्रिरस्त्रं वारुणमाददे || ९०-६-५६
रौद्रं महेद्रजिद्युद्धे व्यसृजद्युधि विष्ठितः |
sa saMrabdhastu saumitrirastraM vaaruNamaadade || 6-90-56
raudraM mahedrajidyuddhe vyasR^ijadyudhi viShThitaH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.56

56. samrabdhaH = getting excited; saH saumitriH = that Lakshmana; aadade = took hold of astram = a missile; vaaruNam = presided over by Varuna (the god of water); yuddhaviShThitaH = being active in the performance of battle; mahendrajitapi = the great Indrajit too; asR^ijat = discharged; raudram = a missile presided over by Rudra (the god of destruction); yuddhe = in the battle.

Getting excited, Lakshmana took hold of a missile presided over by Varuna (the god of water). Skilled in warfare, the great Indrajit too discharged a missile presided over by Rudra (the god of destruction) in battle.

तेन तद्विहतं शस्त्रं वारुणम् परमाद्भुतम् || ९०-६-५७
ततः क्रुद्धो महातेजा इन्द्रजित्समितिंजयः |
अग्नेयं संदधे दीप्तं स लोकं संक्षिपन्निव || ९०-६-५८
tena tadvihataM shastraM vaaruNam paramaadbhutam || 6-90-57
tataH kruddho mahaatejaa indrajitsamitiMjayaH |
agneyaM sa.ndadhe diiptaM sa lokaM saMkshipanniva || 6-90-58


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.57,6.90.58

57; 58. Tena = by that Rudra missile; tat = that; parama adbhutam = very much wonderful; vaaruNam astram = Varuna-missile; vihatam = was hit; tataH = then; saH = that; kruddham = the enraged; Indrajit = Indrajit; mahaatejaaH = of great splendour; samitimjayaH = and the conqueror of battle; lokam samkShipanniva = like the destroyer of the world; samdadhe = employed; agneyam = a missile presided over by Agni the god of fire; diiptam = which was blazing.

By that Rudra missile, that very wonderful Varuna-missile was struck. Then, that enraged Indrajit of great splendour and the conqueror of battle, looking like the destroyer of the world, employed a missile presided over by Agni the god of fire which was blazing.

सौरेणास्त्रेण तद्वीरो लक्ष्मणः पर्यवारयत् |
अस्त्रं निवारितं दृष्ट्वा रावणिः क्रोधमूर्चितः || ९०-६-५९
आददे निशितं बाणमासुरं शत्रुदारणम् |
saureNaastreNa tadviiro lakShmaNaH paryavaarayat |
astraM nivaaritaM dR^iShTvaa raavaNiH krodhamuurchitaH || 6-90-59
aadade nishitaM baaNamaasuraM shatrudaaraNam |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.59

59. viiraH = the valiant; lakShmaNah = Lakshmana; paryavaarat = obstructed; tat = it; saureNa astreNa = by a missile presided over by the sun-god; dR^iShTvaa = finding; asstram = his missile; nivaaritam = repelled; raavaNiH = Indrajit; krodhamuurchhitaH = was filled with anger; aadade = took hold of; nishitam = a sharp; aasuram baaNam = arrow used by demons; shatrudaaraNam = and capable of tearing an enemy.

The valiant Lakshmana obstructed Agni-missile, by a missile presided over by the sun-god. Finding his missile repelled, Indrajit was filled with anger and took hold of a sharp arrow used by demons and capable of tearing down an enemy.

तस्माच्चापाद्विनिष्पेतुर्भास्वराः कूटमुद्गराः || ९०-६-६०
शूलानि च भुशुण्ड्यश्च गदाः खड्गाः परश्वधाः |
tasmaachchaapaadviniShpeturbhaasvaraaH kuuTamudgaraaH || 6-90-60
shuulaani cha bhushuNDyashcha gadaaH khaDgaaH parashvadhaaH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.60

60. tasmaat chaapaat = from that bow; bhaasvaraa = blazing; kuuTamudgaraaH = weapon similar to a hammer; duly hidden; shuulaanicha = darts; bhushuNDyashcha = fire arms; gadaaH = maces; khaDgaaH = swords; parashvadhaaH = axes; viniShpetuH = rushed forth.

From that bow, blazing weapon similar to a hammer duly hidden, darts, fire arms, maces, swords and axes rushed forth.

तद्दृष्ट्वा लक्ष्मणः संख्ये घोरमस्त्रं सुदारुणम् || ९०-६-६१
अवार्यं सर्वभूतानां सर्वशस्त्रविदारणम् |
माहेश्वरेण द्युतिमांस्तदस्त्रं प्रत्यवारयत् || ९०-६-६२
taddR^iShTvaa lakShmaNaH saMkhye ghoramastraM sudaaruNam || 6-90-61
avaaryaM sarvabhuutaanaaM sarvashastravidaaraNam |
maaheshvareNa dyutimaaMstadastraM pratyavaarayat || 6-90-62


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.61,6.90.62

61; 62. dR^iShTvaa = seeing; tat = that; ghoram = terrible; astram = missile; sudaaruNam = which was very harsh; avaaryam = unrestrainable; sarva bhuutaanaam = for all beings; sarva shastra vidaaraNam = and which can tear all the weapons; samkhye = in battle; dyutimaan lakShmaNaH = the brilliant Lakshmana; pratyavaarayat = obstructed; tat = that; astram = missile; maheshvareNa = by Maheswara-missile.

Seeing that terrible missile, which was very harsh, unrestrainable for all beings and which can tear all weapons in battle, the brilliant Lakshmana obstructed that missile by using Maheswara-missile.

तयोः समभवद्युद्धमद्भुतं रोमहर्षणम् |
गगनस्थानि भूतानि लक्ष्मणं पर्यवारयन् || ९०-६-६३
tayoH samabhavadyuddhamadbhutaM romaharShaNam |
gaganasthaani bhuutaani lakShmaNaM paryavaarayan || 6-90-63


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.63

63. samabhavat = there was; adbhutam = a wonderful; yuddham = battle; tayoH = between them both; romaharShaNam = causing hair to stand erect; bhuutaani = the beings; gaganasthaani = in the sky; paryavaarayan = surrounded; lakShmaNam = Lakshmana.

There was a wonderful battle between both of them, causing hair to stand erect. The beings in the sky surrounded Lakshmana.

भैरवाभिरुते भीमे युद्धे वानरराक्षसाम् |
भूतैर्बहुभिराकाशं विस्मितैरावृतं बभौ || ९०-६-६४
bhairavaabhirute bhIme yuddhe vaanararaakShasaam |
bhuutairbahubhiraakaashaM vismitairaavR^itaM babhau || 6-90-64


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.64

64. aavR^itam = surrounded; bahubhiH = by many; vismitaiH = surprised; bhuutaiH = beings; bhiime yuddhe = in the terrible battle; vaanararakShasaam = taking place between monkeys and demons; bhairavaabhirute = with a terrific noise; aakaasham = the sky; babhau = sparkled.

Surrounded by many surprised beings in that terrible battle taking place between monkeys and demons, yielding terrific noise, the sky sparkled.

ऋषयः पितरो देवा गन्धर्वा गरुणोरगाः |
शतक्रतुं पुरस्कृत्य ररक्षुर्लक्ष्मणं रणे || ९०-६-६५
R^iShayaH pitaro devaa gandharvaa garuNoragaaH |
shatakratuM puraskR^itya rarakShurlakShmaNaM raNe || 6-90-65


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.65

65. puraskR^itya shatukratum = placing Indra the Lord of Celestials as their head; R^iShayaH = the sages; pitaraH = manes; devaaH = gods; gandharva garuDoragaaH = Gandharvas the celestial musicians; eagles and serpents; rarakShuH = protected; lakShmaNam = Lakshmana; raNe = in the battle-field.

Placing Indra the lord of celestials as their head, the sages, manes, gods, Gandharvas the celestial musicians, eagles and serpents protected Lakshmana in the battle-field.

अथान्यं मार्गणश्रेष्ठं सन्दधे रावणानुजः |
हुताशनसमस्पर्शं रावणात्मजदारुणम् || ९०-६-६६
athaanyaM maargaNashreShThaM sandadhe raavaNaanujaH |
hutaashanasamasparshaM raavaNaatmajadaaruNam || 6-90-66


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.66

66. atha = then; raaghavaanujaH = Lakshmana; samdadhe = fitted; anyam = another; maarga shreShTham = excellent arrow; hutaashana samasparsham = which had a sensation of ignition; raavaNaatmaja daaraNam = and which can tear down Indrajit.

Then, Lakshmana fitted another excellent arrow, which had a sensation of ignition and which can tear down Indrajit.

सुपत्रमनुवृत्ताङ्गं सुपर्वाणं सुसंस्थितम् |
सुवर्णविकृतं वीरः शरीरान्तकरं शरम् || ९०-६-६७
दुरावारं दुर्विषहं राक्षसानां भयावहम् |
आशीविषविषप्रख्यं देवसङ्घैः समर्चितम् || ९०-६-६८
supatramanuvR^ittaa~NgaM suparvaaNaM susaMsthitam |
suvarNavikR^itaM vIraH sharIraantakaraM sharam || 6-90-67
duraavaaraM durviShahaM raakShasaanaaM bhayaavaham |
aashIviShaviShaprakhyaM devasa~NghaiH samarchitam || 6-90-68


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.67,6.90.68

67; 68. viiraH = the heroic Lakshmana (fitted); sharam = the arrow; supatram = having beautiful plumes; anuvR^ittaaN^gam = which consisted of rounded parts; suparvaaNam = well-jointed; susamsthitam = skillfully fashioned; suvarNa vikR^itam = decked with gold; shariiraantakaram = which was capable of destroying the body of the enemies; duraavaaram = not difficult to keep off; durviShaham = but difficult even to tolerate; bhayaaraham = which was source of terror; raakShasaanaam = to the demons; aashiiviShaviShaprakhyam = deadly as the venom of poisonous snakes; samarchitam = and duly honoured by the hosts of gods.

The heroic Lakshmana fitted the arrow, having beautiful plumes, which consisted of rounded parts, well-jointed, skillfully fashioned, decked with gold, capable of destroying the body of the enemies, not difficult to keep off but difficult even to tolerate, a source of terror to the demons as deadly as the venom of poisonous snakes and duly honoured by the host of gods.

येन शक्रो महातेजा दानवानजयत्प्रभुः |
पुरा देवासुरे युद्धे वीर्यवान्हरिवाहनः || ९०-६-६९
yena shakro mahaatejaa daanavaanajayatprabhuH |
puraa devaasure yuddhe vIryavaanharivaahanaH || 6-90-69


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.69

69. puraa = earlier; yena = with the help of that arrow; mahaatejaaH = the highly powerful; viiryavaan = and valiant; shakraH = Indra; prabhuH = the lord (of celestials); harivaahanaH = who had green horses to his chariot; ajayat = was able to conquer; daanavaan = the demons; devaasura yuddhe = in a combat which raged between celestials and demons.

With the help of that arrow, the highly powerful and valiant Indra, the lord of celestials, who had green horses to his chariot, was able to conquer the demons in a combat which raged between celestials and demons.

तदैन्द्रमस्त्रं सौमित्रिः संयुगेष्वपराजितम् |
शरश्रेष्ठं धनुः श्रेष्ठे विकर्षन्निदमिब्रवीत् || ९०-६-७०
लक्ष्मीवान् लक्ष्मणो वाक्यमर्थसाधकमात्मनः |
tadaindramastraM saumitriH saMyugeShvaparaajitam |
sharashreShThaM dhanuH shreShThe vikarShannidamibraviit || 6-90-70
lakShmiivaan lakShmaNo vaakyamarthasaadhakamaatmanaH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.70

70. (Fitting); astram = a missile; aindram = presided over by Indra the lord of celestials; aparaajitam = which had never been defeated in battles; dhanuHshreShThe = to his excellent bow; vikarShan = and drawing it; lakShmiivaan = the glorious; saumitriH = Lakshmana; abraviit = made; idam vaakyam = the following prayer; aatmanaH arthasaadhakam = which was intended to achieve his purpose:

Fitting a missile presided over by Indra the lord of celestials, which had never been defeated in battle, to his excellent bow and drawing it, the glorious Lakshmana addressed the following prayer, which was intended to achieve his purpose: .

धर्मात्मा सत्यसन्धश्च रामो दाशरथिर्यदि || ९०-६-७१
पौरुषे चाप्रतिद्वन्द्वस्तदेनं जहि रावणिम् |
dharmaatmaa satyasandhashcha raamo daasharathiryadi || 6-90-71
pauruShe chaapratidvandvastadenaM jahi raavaNim |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.71

71. shara = O; my dear arrow!; yadi = if; raamaH = Rama; daasharathiH = the son of Dasaratha; dharmaatmaa = has set his mind of virtueous; satya sadhashcha = keeps up his promise; apratidvandvaH cha = and is second to none; pauruSham = in prowess; jahi = kill; enam = this; raavaNim = Indrajit.

“O my dear arrow! If Rama the son of Dasaratha has set his mind on virtue, keeps up his promise and is second to none in his prowess, destroy this Indrajit.”.

इत्युक्त्वा बाणमाकर्णं विकृष्य तमजिह्मगम् || ९०-६-७२
लक्ष्मणः समरे वीरः ससर्जेन्द्रजितं प्रति |
ityuktvaa baaNamaakarNaM vikR^iShya tamajihmagam || 6-90-72
lakShmaNaH samare vIraH sasarjendrajitaM prati |


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.72

72. iti = thus; uktvaa = saying; vikR^iShya = and drawing; aakarNam = up to the ear; baaNam = the arrow; ajihmagam = which went straight; viiraH = the heroic; lakShmaNaH = Lakshmana; tam sasarja = released it; indrajitam prati = towards Indrajit.

Thus saying and drawing up to the ear the arrow, which went straight, the heroic Lakshmana released it towards Indrajit.

ऐन्द्रास्त्रेण समायुज्य लक्ष्मणः परवीरहा || ९०-६-७३
तच्छिरः सशिरस्त्राणं श्रीमज्ज्वलितकुण्डलम् |
प्रमथ्येन्द्रजितः कायात्पपात धरणीतले || ९०-६-७४
aindraastreNa samaayujya lakShmaNaH paravIrahaa || 6-90-73
tachchhiraH sashirastraaNaM shrImajjvalitakuNDalam |
pramathyendrajitaH kaayaatpapaata dharaNItale || 6-90-74


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.73,6.90.74

73; 74. samaayujya = charging; aindraastreNa = with a missile presided over by Indra the lord of celestials; lakShmaNaH = Lakshmana; para viirahaa = the destroyer of valiant enemies; pramathya = severing; tat = that; shriimat = gracious; shiraH = head; indrajitaH = of Indrajit; jvalita kuN^Dalam = which was adorned with blazing ear-rings; sashirastraaNam = and a head-protector; kaayaat = from his trunk; paatayaamaasa = felled (it); bhuutale = to the surface of the earth.

तद्राक्षसतनूजस्य छिन्नस्कन्धं शिरो महत् |
तपनीयनिभं भूमौ ददृशे रुधिरोक्षितम् || ९०-६-७५
tadraakShasatanuujasya chhinnaskandhaM shiro mahat |
tapanIyanibhaM bhuumau dadR^ishe rudhirokShitam || 6-90-75


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.75

75. tat mahat shiraH = that large head; raakShasatanuujasya = of Indrajit; bhinna skandham = separated from his trunk; rudhirokShitam = and moistened with blood; dadR^ishe = appeared; bhuumau = on the ground; tapaniiya nibham = shining like gold.

That large head of Indrajit, separated from his trunk and moistened with blood, was seen on the ground, shining like gold.

हतस्तु निपपाताशु धरण्यां रावणात्मजः |
कवची सशिरस्त्राणो विध्वस्तः सशरासनः || ९०-६-७६
hatastu nipapaataashu dharaNyaaM raavaNaatmajaH |
kavachI sashirastraaNo vidhvastaH sasharaasanaH || 6-90-76


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.76

76. hataH = having been killed; saH raavaNaatmajaH = that Indrajit; atha = then; nipapaataha = forthwith fell; dharaNyaam = to the ground; kavachii = sashirastraaNaH = along with his armour and head-protector; vipraviddha sharaaanaH = with bow shattered.

Having been killed, that Indrajit then forthwith fell to the ground, along with his armour and head-protector, with his bow shattered.

चुक्रुशुस्ते ततः सर्वे वानराः सविभीषणाः |
हृष्यन्तो निहते तस्मिन्देवा वृत्रवधे यथा || ९०-६-७७
chukrushuste tataH sarve vaanaraaH savibhIShaNaaH |
hR^iShyanto nihate tasmindevaa vR^itravadhe yathaa || 6-90-77


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.77

77. tasmin nihate = as Indrajit was killed; sarva te vaanaraaH = all tose monkeys; savibhiiShaNaaH = along with Vibhishana; tataH = then; chukrushuH = roared; hR^iShyantaH = in rejoice; devaaH yathaa = as the celestials (roared in rejoice) vR^itravadhe = when Vritra the demon was killed.

As Indrajit was killed, all those monkeys together with Vibhishana roared in rejoice, as the celestials did, when Vritra the demon was killed.

अथान्तरिक्षे देवानामृषीणां च महात्मनाम् |
जज्ञेऽथ जयसंनादो गन्धर्वाप्सरसाम् अपि || ९०-६-७८
athaantarikShe devaanaamR^iShINaaM cha mahaatmanaam |
jajJNe.atha jayasaMnaado gandharvaapsarasaam api || 6-90-78


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.78

78. atha = then; jayasamnaadaH = a shout of victory; jajNE = rose; antarikShe = in the sky; (from the mouth); devaan = of gods; mahaatmanaam = from the great souled sages; gandharvaapsarasaamcha = Gandharavas the celestial musicians and Apsarasas the celestial nymphs.

Then, a shout of victory rose in the sky from the mouth of gods, great-souled sages, Gandharvas the celestial musicians and the celestial nymphs.

पतितं समभिज्ञाय राक्षसी सा महाचमूः |
वध्यमाना दिशो भेजे हरिभिर्जितकाशिभिः || ९०-६-७९
patitaM samabhijJNaaya raakShasI saa mahaachamuuH |
vadhyamaanaa disho bheje haribhirjitakaashibhiH || 6-90-79


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.79

79. abhiJNaaya = seeing; tam = him; patitam = fallen; saa mahaachamuuH = that great army; raakShasii = of demons; vadhyamaanaa = being struck; jitakaashibhiH haribhiH = by monkeys shining with victory; bheje = sought; dishaH = the quarters.

Seeing him fallen, that great army of demons, being struck by monkeys shining with victory, sought the quarters.

वनरैर्वध्यमानास्ते शस्त्राण्युत्सृज्य राक्षसाः |
लङ्कामभिमुखाः सर्वे नष्टसंज्ञाः प्रधाविताः || ९०-६-८०
vanarairvadhyamaanaaste shastraaNyutsR^ijya raakShasaaH |
la~NkaamabhimukhaaH sarve naShTasaMGYaaH pradhaavitaaH || 6-90-80


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.80

80. vadhyamaanaaH = being struck; vaanaraiH = by the mnkeys; raakShasaaH = those demons; utsR^ijya = abandoning; shastraaNi = their weaons; bhraShTasamJNaaH = stupefied; pradhaavitaaH = and while running sasruH = went; laN^kaam abhimukhaaH = towards Lanka.

Abandoning their weapons, while being struck by the monkeys, those demons went towards Lanka, running fast stupefied.

दुद्रुवुर्बहुधा भीता राक्षसाः शतशो दिशः |
त्यक्त्वा प्रहरणान्सर्वे पट्टसासिपरश्वधान् || ९०-६-८१
dudruvurbahudhaa bhItaa raakShasaaH shatasho dishaH |
tyaktvaa praharaNaansarve paTTasaasiparashvadhaan || 6-90-81


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.81

81. sarve = all bhiitaaH = the frightened; raakShasaaH = demons; shatashaH = in hundreds; tyaktvaa = abandoning; praharaNaan = their weapons; paTTishaasi parashvadhaan = sharp-edged spears; swords and axes; dudruvuH = ran away; bahuudhaa = to various directions.

All those frightened demons, abandoning their weapons sharp-edged spears, swords and axes ran away in hundreds to various directions.

के चिल्लङ्कां परित्रस्ताः प्रविष्टा वानरार्दिताः |
समुद्रे पतिताः के चित्के चित्पर्वतमाश्रिताः || ९०-६-८२
ke chilla~NkaaM paritrastaaH praviShTaa vaanaraarditaaH |
samudre patitaaH ke chitke chitparvatamaashritaaH || 6-90-82


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.82

82. vaanararditaaH = tormented by the monkeys; kechit = some; paritrastaaH = were scared; praviShTaaH = and entered; laN^kaam = Lanka; kechit = some; patitaaH = fell; samudre = into the ocean; kechit = some; aashritaaH = took refuge; parvatam = in the mountain.

Tormented by the monkeys, some were scared and entered Lanka. Some fell into the ocean. Some took refuge in the mountain .

हतमिन्द्रजितं दृष्ट्वा शयानं समरक्षितौ |
राक्षसानां सहस्रेषु न कश्चित्प्रत्यदृश्यत || ९०-६-८३
hatamindrajitaM dR^iShTvaa shayaanaM samarakShitau |
raakShasaanaaM sahasreShu na kashchitpratyadR^ishyata || 6-90-83


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.83

83. dR^iShTvaa = seeing; hatam = the killed; indrajitam = Indrajit; shayaanam = lying; raNakShitau = in the battle-field; kashchit = not even one; sahasreShu = among the thousands; raakShasaanaam = of demons; pratyadR^ishyata = was to be seen.

Seeing Indrajit killed and lying on the battle-field, not even one among the thousands of demons was to be seen.

यथास्तं गत आदित्ये नावतिष्ठन्ति रश्मयः |
तथा तस्मिन्निपतिते राक्षसास्ते गता दिशः || ९०-६-८४
yathaastaM gata aaditye naavatiShThanti rashmayaH |
tathaa tasminnipatite raakShasaaste gataa dishaH || 6-90-84


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.84

84. rashmayaH yathaa = as the sun-rays; naavatiShThanti = do not exist; aaditye astamgate = when the sun sets; tathaa = so also; tasmin nipatite = when Indrajit had fallen; te raakShasaaH = those demons; gataaH = left; dishaH = to (different) directions.

As the sun-rays do not exist when the sun has sunk below the horizon, so those demons left to different directions when Indrajit had fallen.

शान्तरक्ष्मिरिवादित्यो निर्वाण इव पावकः |
स बभूव महातेजा व्यपास्त गतजीवितः || ९०-६-८५
shaantarakshmirivaadityo nirvaaNa iva paavakaH |
sa babhuuva mahaatejaa vyapaasta gatajIvitaH || 6-90-85


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.85

85. saH mahaabaahuH = that long-armed Indrajit; vyapaastagatajiivitaH = thrown asunder and dead; babhuuva = was; aadityaH iva = like the sun; shaantarashmiH = whose rays have cooled down; paavakaH iva = and like the fire; nirvaaNaH = which is extinguished.

Thrown asunder and dead, that long-armed Indrajit looked like the sun whose rays have cooled down and like the fire which is extinguished.

प्रशान्तपीडा बहुलो विनष्टारिः प्रहर्षवान् |
बभूव लोकः पतिते राक्षसेन्द्रसुते तदा || ९०-६-८६
prashaantapIDaa bahulo vinaShTaariH praharShavaan |
babhuuva lokaH patite raakShasendrasute tadaa || 6-90-86


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.86

86. raakShasendrasute patite = when Indrajit was fallen; lokaH = the world; tadaa = then; babhuuva = became; viShTaariH = the one whose enemy were destroyed; prashaanta piiDaa bahulaH = whose oppressions were pacified; praharShavaan = and the one which was rejoiced.

When Indrajit was fallen, the world then had its oppressions pacified, now that its enemy had been destroyed and it experience a rejoice.

हर्षं च शक्रो भगवान्सह सर्वैः सुरर्षभैः |
जगाम निहते तस्मिन्राक्षसे पापकर्मणि || ९०-६-८७
harShaM cha shakro bhagavaansaha sarvaiH surarShabhaiH |
jagaama nihate tasminraakShase paapakarmaNi || 6-90-87


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.87

87. tasmin raakShase = while that demon; paapakarmaNi = of sinful deeds; nihate = having been killed; bhagavaan shakraH = the illustrious Indra the ruler of gods; sarveH maharShibhiH saha = along with all the great sages; jagaama harSham = obtained rejoice.

While that demon of sinful deeds is having been killed, the illustrious Indra the ruler of gods along with all the great sages were rejoiced.

आकाशे चापि देवानां शुश्रुवे दुन्दुभिस्वनः |
नृत्यद्भिरप्सरोभिश्च गन्धर्वैश्च महात्मभिः || ९०-६-८८
aakaashe chaapi devaanaaM shushruve dundubhisvanaH |
nR^ityadbhirapsarobhishcha gandharvaishcha mahaatmabhiH || 6-90-88


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.88

88. aakaashe cha = in the sky too; shushruve = was leard; dundubhiH svanaH = the sound of large drums; devaanaam = of celestials; nR^ityadbhiH apsarobhiH = of dancing Apsaras the celestial nymphs; mahaatmabhiH gandharvaishcha = and of the great souled Gandharvas the celestial musicians.

In the sky too was heard the sound of large drums played by celestials, the melody produced by dancing Apsaras the celestial nymphs and the songs of Gandharvas the celestial musicians.

ववर्षुः पुष्पवर्षाणि तदद्भुतमिवाभवत् |
प्रशशंसुर्हते तस्मिन् राक्षसे क्रूरकर्मणि || ९०-६-८९
vavarShuH puShpavarShaaNi tadadbhutamivaabhavat |
prashashaMsurhate tasmin raakShase kruurakarmaNi || 6-90-89


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.89

89. tasmin raakShase = while that demon; kruurakarmaNi = of cruel deeds; hate = was killed; puShpavarShaaNi = a deluge of flowers; vavarShuH = rained; prashashamsuH = and (a deluge of) praises; tat = It; abhavat = was; adbhutamiva = wonderful.

While that demon of cruel deeds was killed, a deluge of flowers rained along with showers of praises. It was a wonderful scene.

शुद्धा आपो नभश्चैव जहृषुर्दैत्यदानवाः |
आजग्मुः पतिते तस्मिन्सर्वलोकभयावहे || ९०-६-९०
shuddhaa aapo nabhashchaiva jahR^iShurdaityadaanavaaH |
aajagmuH patite tasminsarvalokabhayaavahe || 6-90-90


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.90

90. saH = while that Indrajit; sarvalokabhayaavaha = who was the terror of all the worlds; patite = had fallen; aapaH = the waters; nabhashchaiva = and the sky; shuddhaaH = became clear; devadaanavaaH = the celestials and demons; jahruShuH = were rejoiced; aagagmuH = and arrived (on the scene).

While that Indrajit, who was the terror of all the worlds, had fallen, the waters and the sky became clear. The celestials and demons were rejoiced and arrived on the scene.

ऊचुश्च सहिताः सर्वे देवगन्धर्वदानवाः |
विज्वराः शान्तकलुषा ब्राह्मणा विचरन्त्विति || ९०-६-९१
uuchushcha sahitaaH sarve devagandharvadaanavaaH |
vijvaraaH shaantakaluShaa braahmaNaa vicharantviti || 6-90-91


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.91

91. tuShTaaH = the gratified; devagandharvadaanavaaH = celestials; Gandharvas the celestial musicians and the demons; sahitaaH = together; iti uuchuscha = said; braahmaNaaH = (Let) the Brahmanas; vicharantu = move about; vijvaraaH = cheerfully; shaantakaluShaaH = that their trouble has ceased.

The gratified celestials, Gandharvas the celestial musicians and the demons said: “Let the Brahmanas move about cheerfully, now that their trouble has ceased.”.

ततोऽभ्यनन्दन्संहृष्टाः समरे हरियुथपाः |
तमप्रतिबलं दृष्ट्वा हतं नैरृतपुङ्गवम् || ९०-६-९२
tato.abhyanandansaMhR^iShTaaH samare hariyuthapaaH |
tamapratibalaM dR^iShTvaa hataM nairR^itapu~Ngavam || 6-90-92


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.92

92. dR^iShTvaa = seeing; tam = that; nairR^itapungavam = foremost of demons; apratibalam = who was unrivalled; samara = in battle; hatam = having been killed; samhR^iShTaaH hariyuuthapaaH = the rejoiced monkey-chiefs; tataH = then; abhyanandan = applauded (Lakshmana).

Seeing that foremost among demons, who was unrivalled in battle, having been killed, the rejoiced monkey-chiefs applauded Lakshmana.

विभीषणो हनुमांश्च जाम्बवांश्चर्क्षयुथपः |
विजयेनाभिनन्दन्तस्तुष्टुवुश्चापि लक्ष्मणम् || ९०-६-९३
vibhIShaNo hanumaaMshcha jaambavaaMshcharkShayuthapaH |
vijayenaabhinandantastuShTuvushchaapi lakShmaNam || 6-90-93


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.93

93. vibhiiShaNaH = Vibhishana; hannumaamshcha = Hanuma; jambavaan cha = and Jamabavan; R^ikShayuuthapaH = the chief of bears; abhinanadantaH = were pleased at; lakShmaNam = Lakshmana; vijayena = for his victory; tuShTuvaH cha api = and applauded him too.

Vibhishana, Hanuma and Jambavan the chief of bears were pleased at Lakshmana for his victor and applauded him too.

क्ष्वेडन्तश्च नदन्तश्च गर्जन्तश्च प्लवङ्गमाः |
लब्धलक्षा रघुसुतं परिवार्योपतस्थिरे || ९०-६-९४
kShveDantashcha nadantashcha garjantashcha plava~NgamaaH |
labdhalakShaa raghusutaM parivaaryopatasthire || 6-90-94


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.94

94. plavangamaaH = the monkeys; labdha lakShyaaH = who achieved their aim; kShveDantashcha = roaring; plavantashcha = and jumping; upatasthire = stood; parivaarya = encircling; raghusutam = Lakshmana; garjantashcha = while emitting thundering sounds.

The monkeys, who accomplished their aim, roaring, jumping with joy and emitting thundering sounds, stood encircling Lakshmana.

लाङ्गुलानि प्रविध्यन्तः स्फोटयन्तश्च वानराः |
लक्ष्मणो जयतीत्येवं वाक्यं व्यश्रावयंस्तदा || ९०-६-९५
laa~Ngulaani pravidhyantaH sphoTayantashcha vaanaraaH |
lakShmaNo jayatItyevaM vaakyaM vyashraavayaMstadaa || 6-90-95


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.95

95. pravidhyantaH = wagging; laanguulaani = their tails; sphoTayantaH cha = lashing them; vaanaraaH = the monkeys; tadaa = then; vishraavayan ityevam vaakyam = gave forth the slogan; lakShmaNaH jayati = “Victorious is Lakshmana!”

Wagging their tails and lashing them, the monkeys then gave forth the slogan, “Victorious is Lakshmana!”.

अन्योन्यं च समाश्लिष्य कपयो हृष्टमानसाः |
चक्रुरुच्चावचगुणा राघवाश्रयजाः कथाः || ९०-६-९६
anyonyaM cha samaashliShya kapayo hR^iShTamaanasaaH |
chakruruchchaavachaguNaa raaghavaashrayajaaH kathaaH || 6-90-96


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.96

96. samaaShiShya = embracing; anyonyam = each other; hR^iShTamaanasaaH = with rejoiced minds; harayaH = the monkeys; chakruH = indulged; raaghavaashrayasatkathaaH = in good conversations about Lakshmana; uchchhavacha guNaaH = having manifold qualities.

Embracing each other with rejoiced minds, the monkeys indulged in good conversations about Lakshmana and his manifold qualities.

तदसुकरमथाभिवीक्ष्य हृष्टाः |
प्रियसुहृदो युधि लक्ष्मणस्य कर्म |
परममुपलभन्मनःप्रहर्षं |
विनिहतमिन्द्ररिपुं निशम्य देवाः || ९०-६-९७
tadasukaramathaabhivIkShya hR^iShTaaH |
priyasuhR^ido yudhi lakShmaNasya karma |
paramamupalabhanmanaHpraharShaM |
vinihatamindraripuM nishamya devaaH || 6-90-97


Show Description: Sloka 6.90.97

97. nishamya = hearing; indraripum = Indrajit; vinihatam = having been killed devaaH = the celestials; atha = then; abhiviikShya = witnessing; tat = that; asukarm karma = arduous act; lakShmaNasya = of Lakshmana; priyasuhR^idaH = their beloved friend; yudhi = in battle; hR^iShTaaH = were gratified; upalabhan = and obtained; paramam = a great; manaH praharSham = rejoice of mind.

Hearing Indrajit having been killed and witnessing that arduous act of Lakshmana, their beloved friend in battle, the celestials were gratified and experienced a great rejoice in their minds.

, ,

No comments yet.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.