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Srimad Vālmīki Rāmāyaṇa | Ayodhya Kāṇḍa ~ Sarga 103 of 119

sitarama--lakshmana-bharatha-satrughna-ramayan-desibantu

Ayodhya Kanda : Book of Ayodhya || Total Sargas (or) Chapters: 119

Abstract: The preparations for Rama’s coronation in the city of Ayodhya, his exile into the forest, and the regency of Bharata.

Sarga (chapter): 103 of 119 || śloka (verses): 49

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Vālmīki (Sanskrit: वाल्मीकि)

Vālmīki (Sanskrit: वाल्मीकि)

Introduction

Rama fainted away, after hearing the news of his father’s death and is brought back to consciousness by Bharata and others who sprinkle water on him. Rama laments in various ways. Bharata consoles him. Rama in turn consoles Seetha who is weeping. Rama painfully reaches the River Mandakini, offers water and balls of food to the spirit of his departed father and returns to the hut. The crying sounds of those brothers mourning for their dad father with Seetha created and echo in the mountain. Hearing their cry of distress, the troops approach Rama, who receives them all with affection.

ताम् श्रुत्वा करुणां वाचं पितुर्मरणसंहिताम् |
राघवो भरतेनोक्तां बभूव गतचेतनः || २-१०३-१
taam shrutvaa karuNaaM vaachaM piturmaraNasaMhitaam |
raaghavo bharatenoktaaM babhuuva gatachetanaH || 2-103-1


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.1

1. shrutvaa = hearing; taam vaacham = those words; karuNaam = which were mournful; maraNa samhitaam = and relating to death; pituH = of his father; uktaam = spoken; bharatam = by Bharata; raaghavaH = Rama; babhuuva = became; gata chetanaH = deprived of consciousness.

Hearing those mournful words relating to the death of his father, spoken by Bharata, Rama fainted away.

तं तु वज्रमिवोत्सृष्टमाहवे दानवारिणा |
वाग्वज्रं भरतेनोक्तममनोज्ञं परम्तपः || २-१०३-२
प्रगृह्य रामो बाहूवै पुषिताग्रो यथा द्रुमः |
वने परशुना कृत्तस्तथा भुवि पपात ह || २-१०३-३
taM tu vajramivotsR^iShTamaahave daanavaariNaa |
vaagvajraM bharatenoktamamanojJNaM paramtapaH || 2-103-2
pragR^ihya raamo baahuuvai puShitaagro yathaa drumaH |
vane parashunaa kR^ittastathaa bhuvi papaata ha || 2-103-3


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.2,2.103.3

2; 3. amanojNam = unpleasant; vaagvajram = thunder bolt of word; uktam = spoken; bharatena = by Bharata; vjramiva = like a thunderbolt; utkR^iSTam = released; daana vaariNaa = by Indra the Lord of celestials; aahave = in a battle; raamaH = Rama; paramtapaH = the tormentator of his enemies; pragR^ihya = stretched forth; baahuu = his hands; papaata ha = and fell; bhuvi = on the ground; yatha tathaa = in the same manner as; drumuH = a tree; puSpitaagraH = covered at extremities with blossoms; kR^ittaH = cut off; parashunaa = by an axe; vane = in the forest.

Hearing that unpleasant thunder bolt of words spoken by Bharata, like a thunderbolt released by Indra the Lord of celestials in a battle, Rama the tormentator of his enemies, stretched forth his hands and fell on the ground, in the same manner as a tree covered at extremities with blossoms was cut off by an axe in the forest.

तथा निपतितं रामं जगत्यां जगतीपतिम् |
कूलघातपरिश्रान्तं पसुप्तमिव कुञ्जरम् || २-१०३-४
भ्रातरस्ते महेष्वासं सर्वतः शोककर्शितम् |
रुदन्तः सह वैदेह्या सिषिभुः सलिलेन वै || २-१०३-५
tathaa nipatitaM raamaM jagatyaaM jagatiipatim |
kuulaghaataparishraantaM pasuptamiva kuJNjaram || 2-103-4
bhraataraste maheShvaasaM sarvataH shokakarshitam |
rudantaH saha vaidehyaa siShibhuH salilena vai || 2-103-5


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.4,2.103.5

4; 5. te = those; bhraataraH = brother; vaidehyaa saha = along with Seetha; sarvataH = reached from all sides; rudantaH = and weepingly; niSichuH vai = sprinkled; salilena = with water; raamam = on Rama; nipatitam = who fell; jagatyaam = on the ground; tathaa = thus; jayatiipatim = and who was the Lord of the world; kuNjaram iva = like an elephant; kuulaghaata parishraantam = crushed by a landslide on a bank; prasuptam = where he was sleeping; maheshvaasam = that great archer; shoka karshitam = who was stricken by grief.

Seeing Rama lying on the earth, has the lord of the earth, like an elephant crushed by a land slide on a bank where he was sleeping, those brother along with Seetha approached him from all sides and weepingly sprinkled water on him.

स तु संज्ञां पुनर्लब्ध्वा नेत्राभ्यामस्रमुत्सृजन् |
उपाक्रामत काकुत्थ्सः कृपणं बहु भाषितुम् || २-१०३-६
sa tu saMjJNaaM punarlabdhvaa netraabhyaamasramutsR^ijan |
upaakraamata kaakutthsaH kR^ipaNaM bahu bhaaShitum || 2-103-6


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.6

6.labdhvaa = gaining; samjNaam = consciousness; punaH = again; saH kaakutthsaH = that Rama; utsR^ijan = having poured out; asram = tears; upaakraamata = began; bhaaSitum = to speak; bahu = much; kR^ipaNam = plaintively.

Coming to his senses again and tears falling from his eyes, Rama began to speak much plaintively.

स रामः स्वर्गतं श्रुत्वा पितरम् पृथिवीपतिम् |
उवाच भरतं वाक्यं धर्मात्मा धर्मसंहितम् || २-१०३-७
sa raamaH svargataM shrutvaa pitaram pR^ithiviipatim |
uvaacha bharataM vaakyaM dharmaatmaa dharmasaMhitam || 2-103-7


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.7

7. shrutvaa = hearing; pR^ithiviipatim = that the king; pitaram = and his father; svargatam = had ascended to heaven; saH ramaH = that Rama; dharmaatmaa = the virtuous man; uvaacha = spoke; dharma sahitam = consistent with righteousness; bharata = to Bharata.

Hearing that the King and his father had ascended to heaven, the virtuous. Rama spoke the following words, consistent with righteousness to Bharata.

किं करिष्याम्ययोध्यायां ताते दिष्टां गतिम् गते |
कस्ताम् राजवराद्धीनामयोध्याम् पालयिष्यति || २-१०३-८
kiM kariShyaamyayodhyaayaaM taate diShTaaM gatim gate |
kastaam raajavaraaddhiinaamayodhyaam paalayiShyati || 2-103-8


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.8

8. kim kariSyaami = what should I do; ayodhyaayaam = with Ayodhya; taate = that my father; gate = reached; diSTaam = gatim = the end of his life?; kaH = who; paalayiSyati = will rule; taam ayodhyaam = that Ayodhya; hiinaam = bereft; raajavaraat = of that excellent king?

“What should I do with Ayodhya, now that my father reached the end of his life? Who will rule that Ayodhya, which is bereft of that excellent king?

किम् नु तस्य मया कार्यं दुर्जातेन महात्मनः |
यो मृतो मम शोकेन मया चापि न संस्कृतः || २-१०३-९
kim nu tasya mayaa kaaryaM durjaatena mahaatmanaH |
yo mR^ito mama shokena mayaa chaapi na saMskR^itaH || 2-103-9


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.9

9. durjaatena = In my misfortune; mayaa kimnukaaryam = what can I do; tasya = for that; mahaatmanaH = high souled one; yaH = who; mR^itaH = died; mama shokena = of grief on my account; na samskR^itashchaapi = and not even last rites were performed; mayaa = by me.

“In my misfortune, what can I do for that high-souled one? He died of grief on my account and I did not perform the last rites for him!”

अहोः भरत! सिद्धार्थो येन राजा त्वयानुघ!|
शत्रुघ्नेन च सर्वेषु प्रेतकृत्येषु सत्कृतः || २-१०३-१०
ahoH bharata! siddhaartho yena raajaa tvayaanugha!|
shatrughnena cha sarveShu pretakR^ityeShu satkR^itaH || 2-103-10


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.10

10. bharata = O; Bharata; anagha = the faultless one!; aho = Alas!; siddhaarthaH = happy; tvayaa = are you; yena = by whom; shatrughnecha = as well as by Shatrughna; raajaa = the king; satkR^itaH = was honoured; sarveSu = by all; pretya kR^ityeSu = obsequies rites!

“O, Bharata the faultless one! Alas! Happy are you, by whom as well as by Shatrughna the king was honoured by all obsequial rites!”

निष्प्रधाना मनेकाग्रां नरेन्द्रेण विना कृताम् |
निवृत्तवनवासोऽपि नायोध्यां गन्तुमुत्सहे || २-१०३-११
niShpradhaanaa manekaagraaM narendreNa vinaa kR^itaam |
nivR^ittavanavaaso.api naayodhyaaM gantumutsahe || 2-103-11


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.11

11. nivR^tta vanavaso.api = even after the end of my exile; na utsahe = I do not wish; gantum = to go; ayodhyaam = to Ayodhya; anekaagraani = which is in a disarranged state; niSpradhaanaam = deprived of a chief; vinaakR^itaam = and bereft; narendreNa = of a king.

‘Even after the end of my exile, I do not want to return to Ayodhya which is i a disarranged state, deprived of a chief and made bereft of a king.”

समाप्तवनवासं मामयोध्यायाम् परम्तप |
कोऽनु शासिष्यति पुनस्तते लोकान्तरं गते || २-१०३-१२
samaaptavanavaasaM maamayodhyaayaam paramtapa |
ko.anu shaasiShyati punastate lokaantaraM gate || 2-103-12


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.12

12. paramtapa = O; Bharata the tormentator of enemies!; taate = (while) our father; gate = has gone; lokaantaram = to the other world; kaH = who; punaH anuShaasiSyati = will again advise; maam = me; samaapta vanavaasam = when my exile in the forest is over?

“O, Bharata the tormentator of foes While our father has gone to the other world, who will counsel me when my exile in the forest is over?”

पुरा प्रेक्ष्य सुवृत्तं माम् पिता यान्याह सान्त्वयन् |
वाक्यानि तानि श्रोष्यामि कुतः श्रोतसुखान्यहम् || २-१०३-१३
पुरा प्रेक्ष्य सुवृत्तं माम् पिता यान्याह सान्त्वयन् |
वाक्यानि तानि श्रोष्यामि कुतः श्रोतसुखान्यहम् || २-१०३-१३


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.13

13. prekSya = seeing; suvR^ittam = my good conduct; puraa = formerly; pitaa = our father; aaha = used to speak; yaani vaakyaani = which words; saantvayan = of appeasement; kutaH = from whom; shroSyaami = can I hear; taani = those words; shrotra sukhaani = which are delightful to the ears?

“Formerly, seeing my good conduct, our father used to address me in words of praise; from whom now shall I hear those words delightful to the ears?”

एवमुक्त्वा स भरतं भार्यामभ्येत्य राघवः |
उवाच शोकसम्तप्तः पूर्णचन्द्रनिभाननाम् || २-१०३-१४
evamuktvaa sa bharataM bhaaryaamabhyetya raaghavaH |
uvaacha shokasamtaptaH puurNachandranibhaananaam || 2-103-14


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.14

14. uktvaa = having spoken; evam = thus; bharatam = to Bharata; saH raamaH = that Rama; abhyetya = approached; bhaaryaam = his wife; puurNa chndra nibhaananaam = whose face was like a full moon; soka samtaptaH = and stricken with grief; uvaacha = spoke (as follows)

Having spoken thus to Bharata, Rama went to seek out his consort, whose face resembled the full moon, and overwhelmed with grief, spoke to her as follows:-

सीते मृतस्ते श्वशुरः पित्रा हीनोऽसि लक्ष्मण |
भरतो कुःखमाचष्टे स्वर्गतं पृथिवीपतिम् || २-१०३-१५
siite mR^itaste shvashuraH pitraa hiino.asi lakShmaNa |
bharato kuHkhamaachaShTe svargataM pR^ithiviipatim || 2-103-15


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.15

15. siite = O; Seetha!; te shashuraH = Your father-in-law; mR^itaH = is dead; lakSmaNa = O; Lakshman!; asi = you have become; hiinaH = bereft; pitraa = of your father; bharataH = Bharata; aachaSTe = is telling; duHkham = a sorrowful news; pR^ithiviipatim = of the emperor; svargatam = being dead.

“O, Seetha! your father-in-law is dead. O, Lakshmana! You have become bereft of your father. Bharata is informing a sorrowful news of the emperor being dead.

ततो बहुगुणम् तेषां बाष्पो नेत्रेष्वजायत |
तथा ब्रुवति काकुत्थ्स कुमाराणां यशस्विनाम् || २-१०३-१६
tato bahuguNam teShaaM baaShpo netreShvajaayata |
tathaa bruvati kaakutthsa kumaaraaNaaM yashasvinaam || 2-103-16


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.16

16. kaakutthse = (while) Rama; bruvati = was speaking; tathaa = thus; bahuguNam = copious; baaSpaH = tears; ajaayata = caused to flow; tataH = then; teSaam kumaaraaNaam yashashivnaam netreSu = from the eyes of those illustrious sons of Dasaratha.

While Rama was uttering those words, copious tears caused to flow then from the eyes of those sons of Dasaratha.

ततस्ते भ्रातरस्सर्वे भृशमाश्वास्य राघवम् |
अब्रुवन् जगतीभर्तुः क्रियतामुदकं पितुः || २-१०३-१७
tataste bhraatarassarve bhR^ishamaashvaasya raaghavam |
abruvan jagatiibhartuH kriyataamudakaM pituH || 2-103-17


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.17

17. tataH = then; te sarve = all those; bhraataraH = brothers; aashvaasya = consoled; raaghavam = Rama; bhR^isham = very much; abruvan = and said to him; kriyataam = let us offer libations; udakam = of water; pituH = for our father; jagatiibhartuH = the Lord of the earth.

Then, all those brothers consoled Rama very much and said to him, “Let us offer libations of water for our father, the Lord of the earth.”

सा सीता श्वशुरं श्रुत्वा स्वर्गलोकगतम् नृपम् |
नेत्राभ्यामश्रुपूर्णाभ्यामशकन्नेक्षितुं पतिम् || २-१०३-१८
saa siitaa shvashuraM shrutvaa svargalokagatam nR^ipam |
netraabhyaamashrupuurNaabhyaamashakannekShituM patim || 2-103-18


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.18

18. shrutvaa = Hearing; nR^ipam = the king; shvashuram = her father-in-law; svargagatam = to have; ascended to heaven; saa siitaa = that Seetha; naashakata = was not able; iikSitum = to see; patim = her husband; netraabhyaam = with eyes; ashrupuurNaabhyaam = filled with tears.

Hearing that her father-in-law, that great monarch had ascended to heaven, Seetha was unable to see her husband through eyes filled with tears.

सान्त्वयित्वा तु तां रामो रुदतीं जनकात्मजाम् |
उवाच लक्ष्मणम् तत्र दुःखितो दुःखितम् वचः || २-१०३-१९
saantvayitvaa tu taaM raamo rudatiiM janakaatmajaam |
uvaacha lakShmaNam tatra duHkhito duHkhitam vachaH || 2-103-19


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.19

19. raamaH = Rama; saantvayitvaa = consoled; taam janakaatumajaam = that Seetha; rudatiim = who was weeping; duHkhitaH = and himself in grief; uvaacha = spoke; vachaH = those words; lakSmaNam = to Lakshmana; tatra = there; duHkhitam = who was lamenting.

Rama consoled that Seetha who was weeping and himself stricken with grief, spoke to the lamenting Lakshmana as follows:

आनयेङ्गुदिपिण्याकं चीरमाहर चोत्तरम् |
जलक्रियार्थं तातस्य गमिष्यामि महात्मनः || २-१०३-२०
aanayeN^gudipiNyaakaM chiiramaahara chottaram |
jalakriyaarthaM taatasya gamiShyaami mahaatmanaH || 2-103-20


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.20

20. aanaya = bring; iNgmdi piNyaakam = the crushed pulp of Ingudi Tree; aahara = and bring; chiiramcha = a piece of bark for being wrapped about my loins; uttaram = and another for being used as an upper garment; gamiSyaami = I shall go; jalakriyaartham = to offer libatiouns of water; taatasya = for our father; mahaatmanaH = the great souled.

“Bring the crushed pulp of Ingudi Tree and bring a piece of bark for being wrapped about my loins and another for being used as my loins and another for being used as an upper garment, so that we may proceed to offer libations of water for our magnanimous father.”

सीता पुरस्ताद्र्वजतु त्वमेनामभितो व्रज |
अहं पश्चाद्गमिष्यामि गति र्ह्येषा सुदारुणा || २-१०३-२१
siitaa purastaadrvajatu tvamenaamabhito vraja |
ahaM pashcaadgamiShyaami gati rhyeShaa sudaaruNaa || 2-103-21


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.21

21. siitaa = (Let) Seetha; vrajatu = walk; purastaat = in the front; tvam = you; vraja = walk; enaam abhitaH = after her nearby; aham = I; gamiSyaami = shall go; pashchaat = behind (you); eSaa = this; sudaaruNaahi = is indeed the most terrible; gatiH = procession.

“Let Seetha walk in the front and you follow after her nearby. I shall follow in the rear. This indeed is the most terrible procession.

ततो नित्यानुगस्तेषां विदितात्मा महामतिः |
मृदुर्दान्तस्च शान्तश्च रामे च दृढभक्तिमान् || २-१०३-२२
सुमन्त्रस्तैर्नृपसुतैः सार्धमाश्वास्य रागवम् |
आवातारयदालम्ब्य नदीम् मन्दाकिनीम् शिवाम् || २-१०३-२३
tato nityaanugasteShaaM viditaatmaa mahaamatiH |
mR^idurdaantascha shaantashcha raame cha dR^iDhabhaktimaan || 2-103-22
sumantrastairnR^ipasutaiH saardhamaashvaasya raagavam |
aavaataarayadaalambya nadiim mandaakiniim shivaam || 2-103-23


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.22,2.103.23

22; 23. tataH = then; teSaam = their; nityaanugaH = faithful companion; sumantraH = Sumantra; viditaatmaa = versed in the spiritual science; mahaamatiH = endowed with great intelligence; mR^iduH = king; daantashcha = self-controlled; kaantashcha = glorious; dR^iDha bhaktimaan = and deeply devoted; raamecha = to Rama; aashvaasya = consoling; raaghavam = Rama; taiH nR^ipasutaiH saartham = and those princes; aalambya = took Rama by the hand; avaataarayat = helped him descend; shivam = to the auspicious; mandaakiniim naadiim = Mandakini River.

Then, their faithful companion Sumantra versed in the spiritual science, endowed with great intelligence, kind, self-controlled and glorious, and deeply devoted to Rama, consoling him and his brothers, took Rama by the hand and helped him descend to the auspicious River Mandakini.

ते सुतीर्थाम् ततः कृच्छ्रादुपागम्य यशस्विनः |
नदीम् मन्दाकिनीम् रम्याम् सदा पुष्पितकाननाम् || २-१०३-२४
शीघ्रश्रोतसमासाद्य तीर्थम् शिममकर्दमम् |
सिषिचुस्तुदकं राज्ञे तातैतत्ते भवत्विति || २-१०३-२५
te sutiirthaam tataH kR^ichchhraadupaagamya yashasvinaH |
nadiim mandaakiniim ramyaam sadaa puShpitakaananaam || 2-103-24
shiighrashrotasamaasaadya tiirtham shimamakardamam |
siShichustudakaM raajJNe taataitatte bhavatviti || 2-103-25


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.24,2.103.25

24; 25. tataH = then; te = they; yashasvinaH = the illustrious; upaagamya = reached; kR^ichchhaat = painfully; mandaakinii = nadii = the River Mandakini; sutiirthaam = that stream of sacred fords; ramyaam = the enchanting one; sadaa puSpitaakaananaam = always covered with flowers; aasaadya = coming; shivam tiirtham = a blessed; tiirthan = to ford; akardamam = free from mud; niSichuH = offered; udakam = (the lustral) water; raaj^Ne = to the king; iti = (seeing) thus; taata = father; etat = May this; bhavatu = prove agreeable; te = to you.

The illustrious Rama and others painfully reached the River Mandakini, that stream of sacred fords, the enchanting one always covered with flowers, coming to a blessed ford, free from mud and offered the lustrual water to the king, saying “Father! May this prove agreeable to you.”

प्रगृह्य च महीपालो जलपूरितमञ्जलिम् |
दिशम् याम्यामभिमुखो रुदन्वचनम्ब्रवीत् || २-१०३-२६
pragR^ihya cha mahiipaalo jalapuuritamaJNjalim |
disham yaamyaamabhimukho rudanvachanambraviit || 2-103-26


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.26

26. pragR^iya = holding together; aN^jalim = in the form of a hollow his palms; jalapuuritam = full of water; abhimukhaH = and turning his face turned towards; yaamyaam = disham = the southern quarter; rudam = weeping; mahiipataH = the great prince; abraviit = pronounced; vachanam = the traditional words; saying:

Holding together in the form of a hollow his palms full of water and turning his face turned towards the southern quarter and weeping the great prince pronounced the traditional words saying:

एतत्ते राजशार्दूल विमलं तोयमक्षयम् |
पितृलोकगतस्याद्य मद्दत्तमुपतिष्ठतु || २-१०३-२७
etatte raajashaarduula vimalaM toyamakShayam |
pitR^ilokagatasyaadya maddattamupatiShThatu || 2-103-27


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.27

27. raaja shaarduula = O; Tiger among men!; etat toyam = (May) this water; vimalam = without taint; akSayam = and incorruptible; adya = at the moment; maddattam = that I offer it; te = to you; upatiSThatu = reach you; pitR^ilokagatasya = in the region of your ancestors where you are.

O, Tiger among men! May this water without taint and incorruptible at the moment that I offer it to you, reach you in the region of your ancestors where you are.”

ततो मन्दाकिनीतीरात्र्पत्युत्तीर्य स राघवः |
पितुश्चकार तेजस्वी निवापं ब्रातृभिः सह || २-१०३-२८
tato mandaakiniitiiraatrpatyuttiirya sa raaghavaH |
pitushchakaara tejasvii nivaapaM braatR^ibhiH saha || 2-103-28


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.28

28. tataH = thereafter; tejasvii = the glorious; raaghavaH = Rama; pratyuttiirya = resending; mandaakinii tiiraat = the bank of Mandakini River; bhraatR^ibhiH saha = along with his brothers; chakaara = offered; nivaapam = balls of food; pituH = to his father.

Thereafter, the glorious Rama, resending the bank of Mandakini River along with his brothers, offered balls of food to his father.

ऐङ्गुदम् बदरीमिश्रम् पिण्याकम् दर्भसंस्तरे |
न्यस्य रामस्स दुःखार्तो रुदन्वचनमब्रवीत् || २-१०३-२९
aiN^gudam badariimishram piNyaakam darbhasa.nstare |
nyasya raamassa duHkhaarto rudanvachanamabraviit || 2-103-29


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.29

29. saH raamaH = that Rama; nyasya = placed; piN^yaakam aingudam = the pulp of the Ingudi tree; badarii mishram = mixed with (the pulp of) plums; darbha samstare = on a mat of kusa grass; duHkhaartaH = and overcome with sadness; rudan = weeping; abraviit = spoke; vachanam = these words.

Rama placed the pulp of the Ingudi tree mixed with the pulp of plums on a mat of Kusa grass and overcome with sadness, weeping, spoke the following words:

इदम्भुङ्क्ष्व महाराज प्रीतो यदशना वयम् |
यदन्नः पुरुषो भवति तदन्ना स्तस्य देवताः || २-१०३-३०
idambhuN^kShva mahaaraaja priito yadashanaa vayam |
yadannaH puruSho bhavati tadannaa stasya devataaH || 2-103-30


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.30

30. mahaaraaja = O; Great King!; priitaH = be pleased; bhuN^jva = to partake; idam = of this; vayam yadashchanaaH = which we eat; yadannaH puruSaH = for; that which man eats; tadannaah = is also consumed; tasya = by his; devataaH = gods.

“O, Great King! Be pleased to partake of this, which we eat for, that which man eats, is also consumed by his gods.”

ततस्तेनैव मार्गेण प्रत्युत्तीर्य नदीतटात् |
आरुरोह नरव्याघ्रो रम्यसानुं महिधरम् || २-१०३-३१
tatastenaiva maargeNa pratyuttiirya nadiitaTaat |
aaruroha naravyaaghro ramyasaanuM mahidharam || 2-103-31


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.31

31. tataH = then; naravyaaghraH = Rama the tiger among men; pratyuttiirya = re-ascending; tena maargeNaiva = by the same path; nadii taTaat = on the banks of the river; aaruroha = rose up; ramyasaanum = the charming summit; mahiidharam = of (Chirakuta) mountain.

Rama the tiger among men then re-ascending by the same path on the banks of the river reached the charming summit of Chitrakuta mountain.

ततः पर्णकुटीद्वारमासाद्य जगतीपतिः |
परिजग्राह बाहुभ्यामुभौ भरतलक्ष्मणौ || २-१०३-३२
tataH parNakuTiidvaaramaasaadya jagatiipatiH |
parijagraaha baahubhyaamubhau bharatalakShmaNau || 2-103-32


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.32

32. jagatiipatiH = Rama the Lord of the earth; tataH = then; aasaadya = gaining; parNakuTiira dvaaram = the door of his leafy hut; parijagraaha = embraced; ubhau = both; bharata lakSmanau = Bharata and Lakshmana; baahubhyaam = with his arms.

Gaining the door of his leafy hut, Rama the Lord of the earth then embraced Bharata and Lakshmana with his arms.

तेषां तु रुदतां शब्दात्प्रतिश्रुत्कोऽभवद्गिरौ |
भ्रात्ऱ्^ऊ सह वैदेह्या सिंहानामिव नर्धताम् || २-१०३-३३
teShaaM tu rudataaM shabdaatpratishrutko.abhavadgirau |
bhraatR^uu saha vaidehyaa siMhaanaamiva nardhataam || 2-103-33


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.33

33. shabdaat = from the sound; rudataam = of the cry; teSaam bhraatR^iiNaam = of those brothers; vaidehyaa saha = with Seetha; shabdaat = which sounded; nardataam simhaanaamiva = like the roaring of lions; abhavat = created; pratishrutkaH = and echo; giron = in the mountain.

From the sound of the cry of those brothers with Seetha, which resembled like the roaring of lions rose an echo in the mountain.

महाबलानाम् रुदताअं कुर्वतामुदकं पितुः |
विज्ञाय तुमुलं शब्दम् त्रस्ता भरतसैनिकाः || २-१०३-३४
mahaabalaanaam rudataaaM kurvataamudakaM pituH |
vijJNaaya tumulaM shabdam trastaa bharatasainikaaH || 2-103-34


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.34

34. viJ^Naaya = hearing; tumulam = the tumultuous; shabdam = clamour; mahaabalaanaam = by those mighty heroes; rudataam = as; weeping; kurvataam = they completed; udakam = the libations of water; putuH = for their father; bharata sainikaaH = Bharata’s army; trastaaH = got alarmed.

Hearing the tumultuous clamour by those mighty heroes as, weeping they completed the libations of water to their father, Bharata’s army got alarmed.

आब्रुवंश्चापि रामेण भरतस्संगतो ध्रुवम् |
तेषामेव महाशब्दः शोचतां पितरं मृतम् || २-१०३-३५
aabruvaMshchaapi raameNa bharatassaMgato dhruvam |
teShaameva mahaashabdaH shochataaM pitaraM mR^itam || 2-103-35


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.35

35. abruvancha api = (hose troops of Bharata) also said; dhruvam = Assuredly; bharataH = Bharata; samgataH = has joined; raameNa = with Rama; mahaan = (this is) a great; shabdaH = sound; teSaameva = only of their; shochataam = wailing; mR^itam = for their dead; pitaram = father.

Those troops of Bharata also said, “Assuredly, Bharata has joined Rama and this is a great sound only of their wailing, as they mourn for their dead father.”

अथ वासान्परित्यज्य तं सर्वेऽभिमुखाः स्वनम् |
अ प्येकमनसो जग्मुर्यथास्थानम् प्रधाविताः || २-१०३-३६
atha vaasaanparityajya taM sarve.abhimukhaaH svanam |
a pyekamanaso jagmuryathaasthaanam pradhaavitaaH || 2-103-36


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.36

36. atha = then; parityajya = leaving; vaasaan = their tents; sarve = all of them; eka manasaH api = having but one thought; jagmuH = went; pradhaavitaaH = running ; abhimukhaah = in the direction of; tam svanam = that sound; yathaasthaanam = instantly.

Leaving their tents all of them having but one thought, went running in the direction of that sound instantly.

हयैरन्ये गजैरन्ये रथैरन्ये स्वलम्कृतैः |
सुकुमारास्तथैवान्ये पद्भिरेव नरा ययः || २-१०३-३७
hayairanye gajairanye rathairanye svalamkR^itaiH |
sukumaaraastathaivaanye padbhireva naraa yayaH || 2-103-37


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.37

37. anye = some; hayaiH = on their horses; anye = some others; gajaiH = on their elephants; anye = some; rathaiH = in their chariots; svalankR^itaiH = covered with ornaments; sukumaaraaH = (while) the youthful; naraaH = people; yayuH = went; padbhideva = on foot.

Some went on their horses, some others on their elephants, some in their chariots covered with ornaments while the youthful people went on foot.

अचिरप्रोषितम् रामम् चिरविप्रोषितं यथा |
द्रष्टुकामो जनस्सर्वो जगाम सहसाश्रमम् || २-१०३-३८
achiraproShitam raamam chiraviproShitaM yathaa |
draShTukaamo janassarvo jagaama sahasaashramam || 2-103-38


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.38

38. draSTukaamaH = In their longing to see; raamaam = Rama; achira proSitam = whose absence though recent; chira proSitam = seemed so long for them; sarvaH = the whole; janaH = people; sahasaa jagaama = ran; aashramam = towards the hermitage.

In their longing to see Rama, whose absence though recent, seemed so long a period for them, the whole people ran towards the hermitage.

भ्रात्ऱूणां त्वरितास्तत्र द्रष्टुकामास्समागमम् |
युयुर्बहुविधैर्यानैः खरनेविस्वनाकुलैः || २-१०३-३९
bhraatRuuNaaM tvaritaastatra draShTukaamaassamaagamam |
yuyurbahuvidhairyaanaiH kharanevisvanaakulaiH || 2-103-39


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.39

39. draSTukaamaaH = eager to see; bhraatR^iiNaam = those brothers; samaagamam = re united; tatra = there; yayuH = they went; tvaritaaH = hastily; bhuvidhaiH = by various means; yaanaiH = of transport; khura namisvanaakulaiH = like hoofed animals and wheeled vehicles.

Eager to see those brothers re-united there, they went hastily by various means of transport, either by hoofed animals or by wheeled vehicles.

सा भूमिर्बहुभिर्यानै खरनेमिसम्रहता |
मुमोच तुमुलं शब्दं द्यौरिवाभ्रसमागमे || २-१०३-४०
saa bhuumirbahubhiryaanai kharanemisamrahataa |
mumocha tumulaM shabdaM dyaurivaabhrasamaagame || 2-103-40


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.40

40. samaahataa = trodden; bahubhiH = by many; yaanaiH = vehicles; khuranemi = beasts and chariots; saa bhuumiH = that land; mumocha = emitted; tumulam = a tumultuous; shabdam = noise; dyouriva = as sky; abhra samaagame = during the conjunction of clouds.

Trodden by many vehicles, beasts and chariots, that land emitted a tumultuous noise, as a sky during the conjunction of clouds

तेन वित्रासिता नागाः करेणुपरिवारिताः |
आवासयन्तो गन्धेन जग्मुरन्यद्वनम् ततः || २-१०३-४१
tena vitraasitaa naagaaH kareNuparivaaritaaH |
aavaasayanto gandhena jagmuranyadvanam tataH || 2-103-41


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.41

41. vitraasitaaH = frightened; ena = by that noise; naagaaH = the wild elephants; kareNu parivaaritaaH = surrounded by female elephants; aavaasayantaH = perfuming the quarters; gandhena = with the scent of their ichor; jagmuH = went; anyat vanam- to another wood; tataH = from there.

Frightened by that noise, the wild elephants, surrounded by female elephants, perfuming the quarters with teh scent of their ichor, went to another wood from there.

वराहवृकसम्घाश्च सिंहाश्च महिषाः सर्पवानराः |
व्याघ्रगोकर्णगवयाः वित्रेसुः पृषतैस्सह || २-१०३-४२
varaahavR^ikasamghaashcha siMhaashcha mahiShaaH sarpavaanaraaH |
vyaaghragokarNagavayaaH vitresuH pR^iShataissaha || 2-103-42


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.42

42. varaaha vR^ika simhaashcha = Boars; wolves and lions; mahiSaaH = buffaloes; sarpa vaanaraaH = snakes; monkeys; vyaaghra gokarNa gavayaaH = tigers; Gokarnas and Gavayas (two distinctive species of deer); vR^iSataiH saha = along with spotted deer; vitresuH = felt frightened.

Boars, wolves and lions, buffaloes, snakes, monkeys, tigers, Gokarnas and Gavayas (two distinctive species of deer) along with spotted deer felt frightened.

रथाङ्गसाह्वा नत्यूह हंसाः कारण्डवाः प्लवाः |
तथा पुंस्कोकोलाः क्रौञ्च विसम्ज्ञा भेजिरे दिशः || २-१०३-४३
rathaaN^gasaahvaa natyuuha haMsaaH kaaraNDavaaH plavaaH |
tathaa pu.nskokolaaH krauJNcha visamjJNaa bhejire dishaH || 2-103-43


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.43

43. rathaaN^gasaahvaaH = the ruddy gooses; natyuuhaaH = water-fowls; hamsaaH = swans; kaarN^DavaaH = karandavas (a sort of ducks); plavaaH = herons; tathaa = and; pumskokilaah = male cuckoos; krouN^chaah = and cranes; bhejire = made it; dishaH = to various; directions; visaN^JNaaH = utterly confused.

The ruddy gooses, water-fowls, swans, Karandavas ( a sort of ducks), herons, male cuckoos and cranes, utterly confused made it to various directions.

तेन शब्देन वित्रस्तैराकासं पक्षिभिर्वऋतम् |
मनुष्यैरावृता भूमिरुभयम् प्रबभौ त दा || २-१०३-४४
tena shabdena vitrastairaakaasaM pakShibhirvaR^itam |
manuShyairaavR^itaa bhuumirubhayam prababhau ta daa || 2-103-44


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.44

44. aakaasham = the sky; vR^itam = filled; pakSibhiH = with birds; vitrastaiH = that had been frightened; tena shabdena = by that noise; bhuumiH = and the earth; aavR^itaaH = covered; manuSaiH = with men; ubhayam = both; tadaa = then; prababhau = looked beautiful.

The sky filled with birds that had been frightened by that noise and the earth covered with men, both looked beautiful at that moment.

तत्तस्तं पुरुषव्याघ्रम् यशस्विन मकीलम्षम् |
आसीनं स्थण्डिले रामम् ददर्श सहसा जनः || २-१०३-४५
tattastaM puruShavyaaghram yashasvina makiilamSham |
aasiinaM sthaNDile raamam dadarsha sahasaa janaH || 2-103-45


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.45

45. sahasaa = suddenly; janaH = the people; tataH = then; dadarsha = beheld; yashasvinam = the illustrious; raamam = akalamSam = and the sinless; raamam = Rama; aasiinam = sitting; sthaN^Dile = on the bare earth.

Suddenly then, the people beheld the illustrious and the sinless Rama, sitting on the bare earth.

विगर्हमाणः कैकेयीं मन्थरासहितामपि |
अभिगम्य जनो रामम् बाष्पपूर्णमुखोऽभवत् || २-१०३-४६
vigarhamaaNaH kaikeyiiM mantharaasahitaamapi |
abhigamya jano raamam baaShpapuurNamukho.abhavat || 2-103-46


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.46

46. vigarhamaaNaH = Abusing; kaikeyiim = Kaikeyi; mantharaa sahitam api = along with even Manthara; janaH = those people; abhavet = turned up; baaSpa puurNa mukhaH = with their faces bathed in tears; abhigamya = (while) approaching; raamam = Rama.

Abusing Kaikeyi and Manthara, those people turned up with their faces bathed in tears. while approaching Rama.

तान्नरान् बाष्पपूर्णाक्षान् समीक्ष्यथ सुदुःखितान् |
पर्यष्वजत धर्मज्ञः पितृवन्मातृवच्च नः || २-१०३-४७
taannaraan baaShpapuurNaakShaan samiikShyatha suduHkhitaan |
paryaShvajata dharmajJNaH pitR^ivanmaatR^ivachcha naH || 2-103-47


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.47

47. saH = that Rama; dharmajN^aH = knowing what was right; atha = then; samiikSya = seeing; taan maraan = those people; suduHkhitaan = thus deeply afflicted; baaSpa puurnaakSaan = their eyes suffused with tears; pariSvajata = embraced them; pitR^ivat = like their father; maatR^ivachcha = and mother.

Seeing those people thus deeply afflicted their eyes suffused with tears, Rama knowing what was right, embraced them like their father and mother.

स तत्र कांश्चित् परिषन्वजे नरान् |
नराश्च केचित्तु तमभ्यवादयन् |
चकार सर्वान् सवयस्यबान्धवान् |
यथार्ह मासाद्य तदा नृपात्मजः || २-१०३-४८
sa tatra kaaMshchit pariShanvaje naraan |
naraashcha kechittu tamabhyavaadayan |
chakaara sarvaan savayasyabaandhavaan |
yathaarha maasaadya tadaa nR^ipaatmajaH || 2-103-48


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.48

48. saH = that Rama; pariSvaje = embraced; kaamshchit = some; maraan = men; tatra = there; kechit ta = while some other; naraashcha = men; abhyavaadan = offered salutations; tam = to him; yathaarham = and as each merited it; sah = that nR^ipaatmajaH = king’s son; tadaa = then; chakaara = received; sarvaan = all of them; vayasya baandhavaan = including his friends and companions; aasaadya = duly approaching them.

Rama embraced some men there, while some others offered salutations to him. Approaching them on that occasion, the king’s son received them all including his friends and companions.

स तत्र तेषाम् रुदतां महात्मनां |
भुवम् ब खम् चाशुनिनादयन् स्वनः |
गुह गिरीणाम् च दिश्श्च सन्ततं |
मृदङ्गघोषप्रतिमः प्रशुश्रुवे || २-१०३-४९
sa tatra teShaam rudataaM mahaatmanaaM |
bhuvam ba kham chaashuninaadayan svanaH |
guha giriiNaam cha dishshcha santataM |
mR^idaN^gaghoShapratimaH prashushruve || 2-103-49


Show Description: Sloka 2.103.49

49. saH = that; svanaH = tumult; teSaam mahaatmanaam = of those magnanimous persons; rudataam = lamenting; tatra = there; anuninaadayan = resounded; bhuvamcha = over the earth; kamcha = and in the sky; giriiNaam guhaashcha = (reverberating) through the mountain caves; dishashcha = and in all quarters; prashrushruve = heard; santatam pratimaH = like the continuous; mR^idaN^ga ghoSa = beating of drums.

The tumult of those magnanimous persons lamenting, resounded over the earth and in the sky, reverberating through the mountain caves and in all quarters like the continuous beating of drums.

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