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Srimad Vālmīki Rāmāyaṇa | Ayodhya Kāṇḍa ~ Sarga 34 of 119

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Ayodhya Kāṇḍa : 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): 34 of 119 || śloka (verses): 61

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Vālmīki (Sanskrit: वाल्मीकि)

Vālmīki (Sanskrit: वाल्मीकि)



Introduction
Rama comes to see his father Dasharatha and Dasharatha summons Sumantra to fetch all his wives to hither, and asks Rama to stay with him at least for a night. But Rama resolved in his vow, persuades his father to be peaceful. Dasharatha’s anguish intensifies and he swoons at the departure of Rama.

ततःकमलपत्राक्षः श्यामो निरुपमो महान् |
उवाच रामस्तम् सूतं पितुराख्याहि मामिति || २-३४-१
tataHkamalapatraakshaH shyaamo nirupamo mahaan |
uvaacha raamastam suutaM pituraakhyaahi maamiti || 2-34-1


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.1.

1. tataH = thereafter; raamaH = Rama; kamalapatraakshhaH = having eyes resembling lotus leaves; shyaamaH = the dark-brown; coloured man; mahaan = the mighty man; nirupamaH = beyond compare; uvaacha = spoke; tam suutam = to that charioteer; iti = thus; aakhyaahi = “Tell; maam = about me; pituH = to father.

Thereafter, the lotus-eyes Rama, who was dark-brown in complexion and great beyond compare, spoke thus to the charioteer, “Tell about me to my father.” .

स राम प्रेषितः क्षिप्रम् सम्ताप कलुष इन्द्रियः |
प्रविश्य नृपतिम् सूतः निह्श्वसन्तम् ददर्श ह || २-३४-२
sa raama preShitaH kShipram samtaapa kaluSha indriyaH |
pravishya nR^ipatim suutaH nihshvasantam dadarsha ha || 2-34-2


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.2

2. saH suutaH = that charioteer; santaaparkalushhendriyaH = with his senses disturbed by grief; raama preshhitaH = having been sent by Rama; kshhipram = quickly; pravishya = entered; dadarsha ha = and saw; nR^ipatim = the king; niHshvasantam = heaving sighs.

Quickly entering inside, when sent by Rama, the charioteer saw the king having sighs, his senses disturbed by grief .

उपरक्तमिवादित्यं भस्मच्छन्नमिवानलम्|
तटाकमिव निस्तोयमपश्यज्जगतीपतिम्|| २-३४-३
uparaktamivaadityaM bhasmachchhannamivaanalam|
taTaakamiva nistoyamapashyajjagatiipatim|| 2-34-3


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.3

3. apashyat = (he) saw;; jagatiipatim = the king; aadityam iva = resembling a sun; uparaktam = eclipsed; analam iva = like fire; bhasmachchhannam = covered by ash; tataakam iva = as a lake; nistoyam = without water.

He saw the king resembling an eclipsed sun, like fire covered by ash, as a lake without water .

आलोक्य तु महा प्राज्ञः परम आकुल चेतसम् |
रामम् एव अनुशोचन्तम् सूतः प्रान्जलिर् आसदत् || २-३४-४
aalokya tu mahaa praaGYaH parama aakula cetasam |
raamam eva anushocantam suutaH praanjalir aasadat || 2-34-4


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.4

4. suutaH = the charioteer; mahaapraaJNaH = a great intellectual; aalokyatu = saw; anushochantam = the repenting; varamaakula chetasam = mind greatly agitated; aasadat = approached; praaN^jalaiH = with joined pams.

The charioteer, a great intellectual, saw Dasaratha repenting with his mind greatly agitated and approached him with joined palms .

तम् वर्धयित्वा राजानम् सूतः पूर्वम् जयाशिषा|
भयविक्लबया वाचा मन्दया श्लक्ष्णमब्रवीत् || २-३४-५
tam vardhayitvaa raajaanam suutaH puurvam jayaashishhaa|
bhayaviklabayaa vaachaa mandayaa shlakshNamabraviit || 2-34-5


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.5

5. suutaH = the charioteer; puurvam = first; vardhayitvaa = inspiring; tam raajaanam = the king; jayaashishhaa = with blessings of triumph; abraviit = spoke; mandayaa = in slow; shlakshhNam = and sweet; vachaa = words; bhaya viklabayaa = overcome with fear.

The charioteer, first inspiring the king with blessings of triumph, spoke thus in a slow and sweet voice, overcome with fear .

अयम् स पुरुष व्याघ्र द्वारि तिष्ठति ते सुतः |
ब्राह्मणेभ्यो धनम् दत्त्वा सर्वम् चैव उपजीविनाम् || २-३४-६
ayam sa puruSha vyaaghra dvaari tiShThati te sutaH |
braahmaNebhyo dhanam dattvaa sarvam caiva upajiivinaam || 2-34-6


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.6

6. te sutaH = your son; purushhavyaaghraH = tiger among men; saH ayam = as such; dattvaa = having given away; sarvam = all; dhanam = wealth; braahmaNebhyaH = to brahmanas; upajiivinaamchaiva = and dependents; tishhTati = is standing; dvaari = at the gate.

“Your son, the tiger among men, having given away all his wealth to brahmanas and dependents, is waiting at the gate.” .

स त्वा पश्यतु भद्रम् ते रामः सत्य पराक्रमः |
सर्वान् सुहृदाअपृच्च्य त्वाम् इदानीम् दिदृक्षते || २-३४-७
sa tvaa pashyatu bhadram te raamaH satya paraakramaH |
sarvaan suhR^idaaapR^icchya tvaam idaaniim didR^ikShate || 2-34-7


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.7

7. bhadram = auspiciousness; te = to you! saH raamaH = (let) that Rama; satya paraakramaH = who is truly brave; pashyatu = see; tvaa = you; aapR^ichchhya = after bidding farewell; sarvam suhR^idaH = to all friends; didR^ikshhate = (he) wants to see; tvaam = you; idaaniim = now.

“May auspiciousness betide you! Let that Rama, who is unfailingly brave, see you. After bidding farewell to all friends, he wants to see you now.” .

गमिष्यति महा अरण्यम् तम् पश्य जगती पते |
वृतम् राज गुणैः सर्वैः आदित्यम् इव रश्मिभिः || २-३४-८
gamiShyati mahaa araNyam tam pashya jagatii pate |
vR^itam raaja guNaiH sarvaiH aadityam iva rashmibhiH || 2-34-8


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.8

8. jagatiipate = Oh; king! gamishhyati = (He) is seeting out; mahaaraNyam = to a great forest; pashya = see; tam = that Rama; aadityamiva = who is like sun; rashmibhiH = with rays of light; vR^itam = displaying; raajaguNaiH = royal qualities.

“Oh, king! Rama is setting out to a great forest. See him who is resembling a sun with rays of light, displaying royal qualities.” .

स सत्य वादी धर्म आत्मा गाम्भीर्यात् सागर उपमः |
आकाशैव निष्पन्को नर इन्द्रः प्रत्युवाच तम् || २-३४-९
sa satya vaadii dharma aatmaa gaambhiiryaat saagara upamaH |
aakaashaiva niShpanko nara indraH pratyuvaaca tam || 2-34-9


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.9

9. saH narendraH = that king Dasaratha; satya vaadii = who speaks truth; dharmaatmaa = a virtuous man; saagaropamaH = who is like an ocean; gaambhiiryaat = by his depth of character; nishhpaNkaH = who is blemish-less; aakaasha iva = like a sky; pratyuvaacha = replied; tam = to him(thus).

That king Dasaratha, who speaks truth, whose mind is virtuous, who is like an ocean by his depth of character and who is blemish less like a sky, replied to Sumantra as follows: .

सुमन्त्र आनय मे दारान् ये केचित् इह मामकाः |
दारैः परिवृतः सर्वैः द्रष्टुम् इच्चामि राघवम् || २-३४-१०
sumantra aanaya me daaraan ye kecit iha maamakaaH |
daaraiH parivR^itaH sarvaiH draShTum icchaami raaghavam || 2-34-10


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.10

10. sumantra = Oh; Sumantra! ye kachit = whoever; maamakaaH = my wives; iha = are here; anaya = bring; me daaraan = such of my wives; parivR^itaH = surrounded by; sarvaiH = all; daaraiH = wives; ichchhaami = I want; drashhTum = to see; dhaarmikam = the virtuous Rama.

“Oh, Sumantra! being all my wives, who are here. Surrounded by all of them, I want to see the virtuous Rama.” .

सो अन्तः पुरम् अतीत्य एव स्त्रियः ता वाक्यम् अब्रवीत् |
आर्यो ह्वयति वो राजा गम्यताम् तत्र माचिरम् || २-३४-११
so antaH puram atiitya eva striyaH taa vaakyam abraviit |
aaryo hvayati vo raajaa gamyataam tatra maaciram || 2-34-11


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.11

11. saH = He; atiityaiva = after entering; antaH puram = the gynaecium; abraviit = spoke; vaakyam = (these) words; taaH striyaH = to those women; aaryaaH = “Oh; the venerable ladies! raajaa = the king; hvayati = is calling; vaH = you; gamyataam = go; tatra = there; maa chiram = without delay.

Sumantra, after entering the gynaecium, spoke these words to those women as follows: “Oh, the venerable ladies! The king is calling you. Go there without delay .

एवम् उक्ताः स्त्रियः सर्वाः सुमन्त्रेण नृप आज्ञया |
प्रचक्रमुस् तत् भवनम् भर्तुर् आज्ञाय शासनम् || २-३४-१२
evam uktaaH striyaH sarvaaH sumantreNa nR^ipa aaGYayaa |
pracakramus tat bhavanam bhartur aaGYaaya shaasanam || 2-34-12


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.12

12. sarvaaH = all; stiyaH = women; uktaaH = spoken; evam = thus; sumantreNa = by Sumantra; nR^ipaaJNayaa = as per king’s orders; prachakramaH = moved; tadbhavanam = to his house; aaJNaaya = after knowing; shaasanam = the instruction; bhartuH = of their husband.

All those women, asked thus by Sumantra as per the king’s orders, went to his palace, after knowing the instructions of their husband .

अर्ध सप्त शताः ताः तु प्रमदाः ताम्र लोचनाः |
कौसल्याम् परिवार्य अथ शनैः जग्मुर् धृत व्रताः || २-३४-१३
ardha sapta shataaH taaH tu pramadaaH taamra locanaaH |
kausalyaam parivaarya atha shanaiH jagmur dhR^ita vrataaH || 2-34-13


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.13

13. atha = thereafter; taaH = those; ardha sapta shataaH = three hundred and fifty; pramadaaH = women; dhR^itavrataaH = steadfast in their vow (of devotion to their husband); taamra lochanaaH = having red eyes; parivaarya = encircling; kausalyaam = Kausaly; jagmuH = went; shanaiH = slowly.

Encircling Kausalya, three hundred fifty women, steadfast in their vow(of devotion to their husband), with their eyes reddened, went there slowly .

आगतेषु च दारेषु समवेक्ष्य मही पतिः |
उवाच राजा तम् सूतम् सुमन्त्र आनय मे सुतम् || २-३४-१४
aagateShu ca daareShu samavekShya mahii patiH |
uvaaca raajaa tam suutam sumantra aanaya me sutam || 2-34-14


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.14

14. aagateshhu = after arrival;daareshhu = of wives; raajaa = Dasaratha; mahiipatih = the lord of the earth; samavekshhya = looked; tam suutam = towards that chariorteer; uvaacha = and spoke(thus); sumantra = Oh; Sumantra! aanaya = bring; me sutam = my son.

After arrival of his wives, king Dasaratha spoke to that charioteer as follows, “Oh, Sumantra! Bring my son here.” .

स सूतः रामम् आदाय लक्ष्मणम् मैथिलीम् तदा |
जगाम अभिमुखः तूर्णम् सकाशम् जगती पतेः || २-३४-१५
sa suutaH raamam aadaaya lakShmaNam maithiliim tadaa |
jagaama abhimukhaH tuurNam sakaasham jagatii pateH || 2-34-15


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.15

15. tadaa = then; saH suutah = that charioteer; aadaaya = took; raamam = Rama; lakshhmaNam = Lakshmana; maithiliim = and Seetha; tuurNam = speedily; jagaama = went; abhimukhaH = towards; jagatiipataH = the king’s sakaasham = presence.

Taking Rama, Lakshmana and Seetha, that charioteer then speedily went to the king’s presence .

स राजा पुत्रम् आयान्तम् दृष्ट्वा दूरात् कृत अन्जलिम् |
उत्पपात आसनात् तूर्णम् आर्तः स्त्री जन सम्वृतः || २-३४-१६
sa raajaa putram aayaantam dR^iShTvaa duuraat kR^ita anjalim |
utpapaata aasanaat tuurNam aartaH strii jana samvR^itaH || 2-34-16


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.16

16. saH raajaa = that king; striijana samvR^itaH = surrounded by women; dR^ishhTvaa = seeing; duraat = from a distance; putram = his son; ayaantam = coming; kR^itaaNjalim = with folded hands; aartaH = being distressed; utpapaata = rose; aasanaat = from his seat; tuurNam = swiftly.

King Dasaratha surrounded by women, seeing from a distance his son coming with folded hands, distressed as he was, rose swiftly from his seat .

सो अभिदुद्राव वेगेन रामम् दृष्ट्वा विशाम् पतिः |
तम् असम्प्राप्य दुह्ख आर्तः पपात भुवि मूर्चितः || २-३४-१७
so abhidudraava vegena raamam dR^iShTvaa vishaam patiH |
tam asampraapya duhkha aartaH papaata bhuvi muurchitaH || 2-34-17


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.17

17. dR^ishhTvaa = seeing; raamam = Rama; saH = Dasaratha; vishaampatiH = the ruler of people; abhidadraava = ran towards him; vegena = speedily; asampraapya = without reaching; tam = him; papaata = fell; bhuvi = on the floor; muurchhitaH = senseless; duHkhaartaH = afflicted with sorrow.

Seeing Rama, King Dasaratha ran speedily towards him. But without reaching him he fell on the floor senseless, afflicted as he was with sorrow .

तम् रामः अभ्यपातत् क्षिप्रम् लक्ष्मणः च महा रथः |
विसम्ज्ञम् इव दुह्खेन सशोकम् नृपतिम् तदा || २-३४-१८
tam raamaH abhyapaatat kShipram lakShmaNaH ca mahaa rathaH |
visamGYam iva duhkhena sashokam nR^ipatim tadaa || 2-34-18


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.18

18. tadaa = tehn; raamaH = Rama; lakshhmaNashche = and Lakshmana; mahaarathaH = an eminent car-warrior; kshhipram = quickly; abhyapatat = approached; tam nR^ipatim = that king; visamJNam iva = who seemed senseless; duHkhena = with grief; sashokam = through agony.

Then, Rama and Lakshmana an eminent car-warrior, quickly approached that king who seemed unconscious with full of grief as he was, through agony .

स्त्री सहस्र निनादः च सम्जज्ञे राज वेश्मनि |
हाहा राम इति सहसा भूषण ध्वनि मूर्चितः || २-३४-१९
strii sahasra ninaadaH ca samjaGYe raaja veshmani |
haahaa raama iti sahasaa bhuuShaNa dhvani muurchitaH || 2-34-19


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.19

19. samjaJNe = generated; sahasaa = all at once; raajaveshmani = from the royal palace; striisahasraninaadashcha = sound of thousands of women crying; haa haa raama iti = “Alas! Alas! Oh Rama !” bhuushhaNa dhvanimuurchhitaH = mixed with the sound of tinkling of ornaments.

Sounds of thousands of women crying “Alas! Alas! Oh Rama!” generated all at once from the royal palace, mixed with the sound of tinkling ornaments .

तम् परिष्वज्य बाहुभ्याम् ताव् उभौ राम लक्ष्मणौ |
पर्यन्के सीतया सार्धम् रुदन्तः समवेशयन् || २-३४-२०
tam pariShvajya baahubhyaam taav ubhau raama lakShmaNau |
paryanke siitayaa saardham rudantaH samaveshayan || 2-34-20


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.20

20. tau = those; ubhau = both; raamalakshhmaNau = Rama and Lakshmana; siitayaa saardham = along with Seetha; parishhvajya = held; tam = Dasaratha; baahubhyaam = in their arms; rudanta = and crying; samaveshayan = laid him; paryaNke = in the couch.

Holding Dasaratha in their arms and crying, both Rama and Lakshmana along with Seetha laid him on the couch .

अथ रामः मुहूर्तेन लब्ध सम्ज्ञम् मही पतिम् |
उवाच प्रान्जलिर् भूत्वा शोक अर्णव परिप्लुतम् || २-३४-२१
atha raamaH muhuurtena labdha samGYam mahii patim |
uvaaca praanjalir bhuutvaa shoka arNava pariplutam || 2-34-21


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.21

21. atha = thereafter; raamaH = Rama; bhuutvaa = becoming; praNjaliH = one with folded hands; uvaacha = spoke(as follows) mahiipatim = to king Dasaratha; labdha samJNam = who got consciousness; muhuurtena = within a short time; shokaarNava pariplutam = imundated in a sea of sorrow.

Then, Rama with folded hands spoke thus to king Dasaratha who got consciousness within a short time and who was inundated in a sea of sorrow .

आपृच्चे त्वाम् महा राज सर्वेषाम् ईश्वरः असि नः |
प्रस्थितम् दण्डक अरण्यम् पश्य त्वम् कुशलेन माम् || २-३४-२२
aapR^icche tvaam mahaa raaja sarveShaam iishvaraH asi naH |
prasthitam daNDaka araNyam pashya tvam kushalena maam || 2-34-22


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.22

22. mahaara = Oh Emperor! aapR^ichchhe = I am seaking permission; tvaam = from you; asi = you are; iishvaraH = the lord; sarveshhaam = to all; naH = of us; tvam = you; pashya = see; kushalena = auspiciously; maam = towards me; prasthitaH = setting out; daNdakaaraNyam = to the forest of Dandaka.

“Oh, emperor! I take leave of you, who are the lord of all of us. See auspiciously towards me, who am about to leave for Dandaka forest.” .

लक्ष्मणम् च अनुजानीहि सीता च अन्वेति माम् वनम् |
कारणैः बहुभिस् तथ्यैः वार्यमाणौ न च इच्चतः || २-३४-२३
lakShmaNam ca anujaaniihi siitaa ca anveti maam vanam |
kaaraNaiH bahubhis tathyaiH vaaryamaaNau na ca icchataH || 2-34-23


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.23

23. anujaaniihi = permit; lakshhmaNamcha = Lakshmana also; siitaacha = Seetha too; anveti = is accompanying; maam = me; vanam = to the forest; vaaryamaaNau = even if prevented; bahubhiH = by many; tathyaiH = true; kaaranaiH = reasons; nachaichchhataH = these two are not agreeing.

“Permit Lakshmana also and Seetha too who is accompanying me to the forest. Even if prevented(by me0 on many true reasons, these two are not agreeing to stay behind” .

अनुजानीहि सर्वान् नः शोकम् उत्सृज्य मानद |
लक्ष्मणम् माम् च सीताम् च प्रजापतिर् इव प्रजाः || २-३४-२४
anujaaniihi sarvaan naH shokam utsR^ijya maanada |
lakShmaNam maam ca siitaam ca prajaapatir iva prajaaH || 2-34-24


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.24

24. utsR^ijya = giving up; shokam = grief; maanada = Oh; the bestower of honour! anujaaniihi = grant leave; sarvaan = to all; naH = of us; lakshhmaNam = Lakshmana; maameha = myself; sitaamcha = and Seetha; prajaaH iva = as to his sons; prajaapatiH = Brahma.

“Giving up grief, Oh the bestower of honour, grant leave to all of us, Lakshmana myself and Seetha as Brahma(the lord of creation) did to his sons(sanaka and his three brothers who intended to go to forest for practising austerities).” .

प्रतीक्षमाणम् अव्यग्रम् अनुज्ञाम् जगती पतेः |
उवाच रर्जा सम्प्रेक्ष्य वन वासाय राघवम् || २-३४-२५
pratiikShamaaNam avyagram anuGYaam jagatii pateH |
uvaaca rarjaa samprekShya vana vaasaaya raaghavam || 2-34-25


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.25

25. samprekshhya = gazing; raaghavam = at Rama; avyagram = who is unruffled; pratiikshhamaaNam = awaiting; anuJNyaam = permission; jagatiipateH = of the king; vanavaasaaya = stay in the forest; raajaa = the king Dasaratha; uvaacha = spoke(thus).

Gazing at Rama who is unruffled, awaiting permission of the king for stay in the forest, the king Dasaratha spoke thus: .

अहम् राघव कैकेय्या वर दानेन मोहितः |
अयोध्यायाः त्वम् एव अद्य भव राजा निगृह्य माम् || २-३४-२६
aham raaghava kaikeyyaa vara daanena mohitaH |
ayodhyaayaaH tvam eva adya bhava raajaa nigR^ihya maam || 2-34-26


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.26

26. raaghava = Oh; Rama! aham = I; mohitaH = was stupefied; kaikeyyaa = by Kaikeyi; varadaanena = through a boon; adya = now; nigR^ihya = by confirning; maam = me; tvameva = you alone; bhava = be; raajaa = the king; ayodhyaayaaH = of Ayodhya.

“Oh, Rama! I was stupefied by Kaikeyi through a boon. Now, by confining me, be you the king of Ayodhya.” .

एवम् उक्तः नृपतिना रामः धर्मभृताम् वरः |
प्रत्युवाच अन्जलिम् कृत्वा पितरम् वाक्य कोविदः || २-३४-२७
evam uktaH nR^ipatinaa raamaH dharmabhR^itaam varaH |
pratyuvaaca anjalim kR^itvaa pitaram vaakya kovidaH || 2-34-27


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.27

27. raamaH = Rama; varaH = the best man; dharma bhR^itaam = in supporting righteousness; vaakyakovidaH = who is proficient in speech; uktaH = after being spoken; evam = thus; nR^ipatinaa = by the king; pratyuvaacha = replied; pitaram = to his father; aNjalim kR^itvaa = after making salutation with joined palms.

When told thus by the king, Rama the best man in supporting righteousness and who is proficient in expression, replied( as follows) to his father, after making salutation with joined palms .

भवान् वर्ष सहस्राय पृथिव्या नृपते पतिः |
अहम् तु अरण्ये वत्स्यामि न मे कार्यम् त्वया अनृतम् || २-३४-२८
bhavaan varSha sahasraaya pR^ithivyaa nR^ipate patiH |
aham tu araNye vatsyaami na me kaaryam tvayaa anR^itam || 2-34-28


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.28

28. nR^ipate = Oh; King! bhavaan = you be; patiH = the lord; pR^ithivyaaH = of the earth; varshhasahasraaya = for thousand years; aham tu = but I; vatsyaami = shall stay arNye = in the forest; me = for me; na kaaryam = do not make; anR^itam = untruth; tvayaa = of you.

“Oh, king! You be the ruler of the earth for thousand years. But, I for my part, will stay in the forest. For my sake, do not generate untruth about you.” .

नव पञ्च च वर्षाणि वनवासे विहृत्य ते |
पुनः पादौ ग्रहीष्यामि प्रतिज्ञान्ते नराधिपः || २-३४-२९
nava paJNcha cha varshhaaNi vanavaase vihR^itya te |
punaH paadau grahiishhyaami pratijJNaante naraadhipaH || 2-34-29


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.29

29. naraadhipa = Oh; ruler of men! vihR^itya = having strolled; vanavaase = in the forest; nava paNchaacha = for fourteen; vashhaani = years; pratiJNaante = after fulfillingthe promise; grahishhyaami = I shall clasp; te = your; paadau = feet; punaH = once more.

“Oh, ruler of men! Having strolled in the forest for fourteen years, I shall clasp your feet once more after fulfilling my promise.” .

रुदन्नाह प्रियम् पुत्रं सत्यपाशेन संयतः |
कैकेय्या चोद्यमान्स्तु मिथो राजा तमब्रवीत् || २-३४-३०
rudannaaha priyam putraM satyapaashena saMyataH |
kaikeyyaa chodyamaanstu mitho raajaa tamabraviit || 2-34-30


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.30

30. chodyamaanastu = prompted; mithaH = secretly; kaikeyyaa = by Kaikeyi; aartaH = the distressed; raajaa = king; samyataH = tied up; sata paashena = by fetters of truth; abraviit = said; rudan = weeping; tam = to that; priyam putram = beloved son.

Prompted secretly by kaikeyi, the distressed king, tied up by fetters of truth, said weeping to that beloved son .

श्रेयसे वृद्धये तात पुनर् आगमनाय च |
गच्चस्व अरिष्टम् अव्यग्रः पन्थानम् अकुतः भयम् || २-३४-३१
shreyase vR^iddhaye taata punar aagamanaaya ca |
gacchasva ariShTam avyagraH panthaanam akutaH bhayam || 2-34-31


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.31

31. taata = Oh; darling! gachchhasva = proceed; shreyase = for welfare; vR^iddhaye = for advancement; punaHaagamanaayacha = and for coming again; panthaanam = let your path; arishhTam = be auspicious; avyagram = undistracted; akutobhayam = and fearless from any quarter.

“Oh, darling! Proceed for welfare, for advancement and for coming again. Let your path of travel be auspicious, undistracted and fearless from any quarter.”.

न हि सत्यात्मनस्तात धर्माभिमनसस्तव |
विनिवर्त यितुं बुद्धि शक्यते रघुनन्दन || २-३४-३२
na hi satyaatmanastaata dharmaabhimanasastava |
vinivarta yituM buddhi shakyate raghunandana || 2-34-32


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.32

32. taata = Oh; darling! raghunandana = Oh; Rama; the seion of Raghu! satyaatmanaH = your mind being given to righteousness; tava = your; buddhiH = decision; na shakya hi = cannot be; vinivartayitum = reversed.

“Oh, darling, the seion of Raghu! Truthful as you are by nature and your mind being given to righteousness, your decision cannot be reversed.”.

अद्य तु इदानीम् रजनीम् पुत्र मा गच्च सर्वथा |
मातरम् माम् च सम्पश्यन् वस इमाम् अद्य शर्वरीम् || २-३४-३३
adya tu idaaniim rajaniim putra maa gaccha sarvathaa |
maataram maam ca sampashyan vasa imaam adya sharvariim || 2-34-33


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.33

33. putra = Oh; son! adya = today; idaaniim = now; rajaniim = night; maa gachchha = do not go; sarvathaa = by all means; ekaaha darshaenaapi = even by seeing for one day; aham = I; charaamitaavat = may live; saadhu = happily.

“Oh, son! Do not leave in any case today, now at night time. Even by seeing you for one day, I may live happily.”.

मातरं माम् च सम्पश्यन् वसेमामद्य शर्वरीम् |
तर्पितः सर्वकामैस्त्वम् स्वः काले साधयिष्यसि || २-३४-३४
maataraM maam cha sampashyan vasemaamadya sharvariim |
tarpitaH sarvakaamaistvam svaH kaale saadhayishhyasi || 2-34-34


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.34

34. sampashyan = looking at maataram = your mother; maamcha = and myself; vasa = stay; imaam = this; sharvariim = might; adya = today; tarpitaH = satiated; sarva kaamaiH = by all desired objecs; tvam = you; saadhayishhyasi = may leave; shvaH = tommorrow; kaale = at dawn.

“Looking at your mother and myself, stay at least for this night today. Satiated by all the desired objects, you may leave tomorrow at dawn.”.

दुष्करम् क्रियते पुत्र सर्वथा राघव तया |
मत्प्रियार्थम् प्रियांस्त्यक्त्वा यद्यासि विजनम् वनम् || २-३४-३५
dushhkaram kriyate putra sarvathaa raaghava tayaa |
matpriyaartham priyaa.nstyaktvaa yadyaasi vijanam vanam || 2-34-35


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.35

35. putra = Oh; son; raaghava = Rama! dushhkaram = an incorrigible thing; sarvathaa = in every respect; kriyate = is being done; tvayaa = by you; yat = since; mat priyaartham = for my pleasure; yaasi = you are going; vanam = to the forest; vijanam = a solitary place; tyaktvaa = leaving; priyaan = beloved ones.

“Oh Rama, my son! An incorrigible thing is being done by you since for my pleasure you are going to the forest a solitary place, leaving beloved ones.”.

न चैतन्मे प्रियम् पुत्र शपे सत्येन राघव |
छन्नया छलितस्त्वस्नु स्त्रुया छन्नाग्निकल्पया || २-३४-३६
na chaitanme priyam putra shape satyena raaghava |
chhannayaa chhalitastvasnu struyaa chhannaagnikalpayaa || 2-34-36


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.36

36. putra = Oh; son; raaghava = Rama! etat = this; nacha = is not; priyam = agreeable; me = to me; shape = I swear; satyena = by my faith; asmi = I was; chhalitaH = cheated; striyaa = by the woman; chhannayaa = who had concealed intentions; chhannaagni kalpayaa = resembled fire covered with ashes.

“Oh Rama my son! Your exile is not agreeable to me. I was cheated by Kaikeyi who had concealed intentions and resembled fire with ashes.”.

पञ्चना या तु लब्धा मे तां त्वम् निस्तर्तुमिच्छसि |
अनया वृत्तसादिन्या कैकेय्याऽभिप्रचोदितः || २-३४-३७
paJNchanaa yaa tu labdhaa me taaM tvam nistartumichchhasi |
anayaa vR^ittasaadinyaa kaikeyyaa.abhiprachoditaH || 2-34-37


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.37

37. athiprachoditaH = incited by; anayaa = this; kaikeyyaa = Kaikeyi; vR^ittasaadinyaa = who has destroyed established customs; tvam = you; ichchhasi = wish; mistartum = to redeem; me = my; yaavaNchanaa = which deceit; taam = that; labdhaa = was derived.

Incited by Kaikeyi who has destroyed established customs, you wish to redeem my deceit, derived by me from her.

न चैतदाश्चर्यतमम् यत्तज्ज्येष्ठस्सुतो मम |
अपानृतकथम् पुत्र पितरम् कर्तुमिच्छ्सि || २-३४-३८
na chaitadaashcharyatamam yattajjyeshhThassuto mama |
apaanR^itakatham putra pitaram kartumichchhsi || 2-34-38


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.38

38. putra = Oh; son! jyeshhTaH sutaH = as eldest son; mama = of min; ichhasi iti yat = that which you wish; kartum = to make; pitaram = your father; apaanR^itakatham = as on ewho does not have false promises; tat etat = this; na = is not aashcharyatamam = a great surprise.

“It is not a great surprise, my son, that you my eldest son should seek to make your father as one who does not have false promises.”.

अथ रामः तथा श्रुत्वा पितुर् आर्तस्य भाषितम् |
लक्ष्मणेन सह भ्रात्रा दीनो वचनम् अब्रवीत् || २-३४-३९
atha raamaH tathaa shrutvaa pitur aartasya bhaaShitam |
lakShmaNena saha bhraatraa diino vacanam abraviit || 2-34-39


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.39

39. atha = thereafter; raamaH = Rama; bhraataa lakshhmaNena saha = along with his brother lakshman; shrutvaa = hearing; bhaashhitam = the words; pituH = of his father; tathaa = thus; aartasya = depressed; diinaH = was upset; abraviit = spoke; vachanam = these words.

After hearing these words of their father who was depressed, Rama and Lakshmana were upset. Then Rama spoke these words.

प्राप्स्यामि यान् अद्य गुणान् को मे श्वस्तान् प्रदास्यति |
अपक्रमणम् एव अतः सर्व कामैः अहम् वृणे || २-३४-४०
praapsyaami yaan adya guNaan ko me shvastaan pradaasyati |
apakramaNam eva ataH sarva kaamaiH aham vR^iNe || 2-34-40


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.40

40. yaan = which; guNaam = wordly pleasures praapsyaami = I can get; adya = today; taan = those; kaH = who; pradaasyati = will offer; me = to me; shvaH = tomorrow? ataH = therfore; aham = I; vR^iNe = desire; apakramaNameva = only to get away; sarvaka = in lien of all enjoyments.

Even if these worldly pleasures are obtained today, who will offer those things to me tomorrow? Therefore I desire only to get away in lieu of all these enjoyments.

इयम् सराष्ट्रा सजना धन धान्य समाकुला |
मया विसृष्टा वसुधा भरताय प्रदीयताम् || २-३४-४१
iyam saraaShTraa sajanaa dhana dhaanya samaakulaa |
mayaa visR^iShTaa vasudhaa bharataaya pradiiyataam || 2-34-41


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.41

41. iyam = vasudhaa = this earth; visR^ishhTaa = being relinquished; mayaa = by me; sa raashhTraa = which includes various provinces; sajanaa = filled with people; dhana dhaanya samaakulaa = inbued with riches and foodgrains; pradiiyataam = may be given; bharataaya = to Bharata.

“This earth being relinquished by me; which included various provinces, filled with people, imbued with riches and food grains, may be given to Bharata.”.

वनवासकृता बुद्धिर्न च मेऽद्य चलिष्यति |
यस्तुष्टेन वरो दत्तः कैकेय्यै वरद त्वया || २-३४-४२
दीयताम् निखिलेनैव सत्यस्त्वम् भव पार्थिव |
vanavaasakR^itaa buddhirna cha me.adya chalishhyati |
yastushhTena varo dattaH kaikeyyai varada tvayaa || 2-34-42
diiyataam nikhilenaiva satyastvam bhava paarthiva |


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.42

42. adya = now; nachalishhayati = I cannot budge; me buddhiH = from my decision; vanavaasa kR^itaa = made about my stay in the forest; paarthiva = Oh; king; varada = the bestower of boons! tvayaa = by you; tushhTena = who were pleased; dattaH = to give; yaH varaH = which boon; kaikeyyai = to Kaikeyi; diiyataam = let it be given; nikhilenaina = completely.

“I cannot budge now from my decision made about my stay in the forest. Oh king the bestower of boons! You were pleased to give a boon to Kaikeyi and let it be fulfilled completely. Be you a truthful man.”.

अहम् निदेशम् भवतो यथोक्तमनुपालयन् || २-३४-४३
चतुर्दश समा वत्स्ये वने वनचरैः सह |
aham nidesham bhavato yathoktamanupaalayan || 2-34-43
chaturdasha samaa vatsye vane vanacharaiH saha |


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.43

43. aham = I; yathoktam = as promised; anupaalayan = fulfilling; bhavata = your; nidesham = command; vatsye = shall live; vane = in the forest; vanacharaiH saha = along with forest-dewellrs; chaturdasha = for fourteen; samaaH = years.

“I , as promised, fulfilling your command, shall live in the forest along with forest-dwellers for fourteen years.”.

मा विमर्शो वसुमती भरताय प्रदीयताम् || २-३४-४४
न हि मे काम्क्षितम् राज्यम् सुखमात्मनि वा प्रियम् |
यथा निदेशम् कर्तुम् वै तवैव रघुनन्धन || २-३४-४५
maa vimarsho vasumatii bharataaya pradiiyataam || 2-34-44
na hi me kaamkshitam raajyam sukhamaatmani vaa priyam |
yathaa nidesham kartum vai tavaiva raghunandhana || 2-34-45


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.44,2.34.45

44;45. maa = Oh; do not have; vimarshaH = hesitation; vasumatii pradiiyataam = let the kingdom be given; bharataaya = to Bharata; raghunandana = Oh; king! me = to me; raajyam = either kingdom; sukhamvaa = or happiness; nahi = indeed is not; kaaNkshhitam = desired; aatmano = by nature; kartum eva = only doing; tava = your; yathaanidesham = command as instructed; priyam vai = is dear to me.

“Oh, king! Do not have any hesitation in offering the kingdom to Bharata. Neither kingdom nor happiness indeed is desired by my nature. It is dear to me only to do your command as directed.”.

अपगच्चतु ते दुह्खम् मा भूर् बाष्प परिप्लुतः |
न हि क्षुभ्यति दुर्धर्षः समुद्रः सरिताम् पतिः || २-३४-४६
apagacchatu te duhkham maa bhuur baaShpa pariplutaH |
na hi kShubhyati durdharShaH samudraH saritaam patiH || 2-34-46


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.46

46. te duHkham apagachchhatu = let your sorrow disappear! maa bhuuH = do not be; bhaashhpa pariplutaH = overwheled with tears; samudraH = the ocean; patiH = the lord; saritaam = of rivers; durdharshhaH = which is difficult to assail; na kshhubhyatihi = is not indeed agitated.

“Let your sorrow disappear! Do not be overwhelmed with tears. The ocean, the lord of rivers which is difficult to assail, indeed does not get agitated.”.

न एव अहम् राज्यम् इच्चामि न सुखम् न च मैथिलीम् |
त्वाम् अहम् सत्यम् इच्चामि न अनृतम् पुरुष ऋषभ || २-३४-४७
na eva aham raajyam icchaami na sukham na ca maithiliim |
tvaam aham satyam icchaami na anR^itam puruSha R^iShabha || 2-34-47


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.47

47. aham = I; naiva ichchhaami = do not even desire; raajyam = kingdom; na = nor; sukham = happiness; na = nor; maithiliimcha = Seetha too; naiva = nor even; sarvaan = all; imaan = these; kaamaan = enjoyments; naiva = nor; jiivitam = life.

“I do not crave for kingdom or happiness nor again for Seetha nor even all these enjoyments nor for heaven nor even for life.”.

त्वामहम् सत्यमिच्छामि नानृतम् पुरुषर्षभ |
प्रत्यक्षम् तव सत्येन सुकृतेन च ते शपे || २-३४-४८
tvaamaham satyamichchhaami naanR^itam purushharshhabha |
pratyaksham tava satyena sukR^itena cha te shape || 2-34-48


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.48

48. purushharshhabha = Oh; jewel among men! ahma = I; ichchhami = wish; tvaam = you; satyam = to be a truthful man; na = not; anR^itam = a fallaceous man; tava = In you; pratyakshham = presence; satyena = by truth; sukR^itena = and by virtue; shape = I swear; te = to you.

“Oh, Jewel among men! I wish you to be a truthful mean, not a fallacious man. I swear to you in your presence by truth and by virtue.”.

न च शख्यम् मया तात स्थातुम् क्षणमपि प्रभो |
स शोकम् ध्रारयस्वेमम् न हि मेऽस्ति विपर्ययः || २-३४-४९
na cha shakhyam mayaa taata sthaatum kshaNamapi prabho |
sa shokam dhraarayasvemam na hi me.asti viparyayaH || 2-34-49


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.49

49. taata = Oh; father! prabho = Oh; lord! mayaa = by me; nashakyam = it is not possible; sthaatum = to stay; khhaNamapi = even for a moment; saH = you as such; dhaarayasva = should contian; evam = this; shokam = grief; naastihi = there is indeed no; viparyayaH = going back; me = for me.

“It is not possible for me, Oh father, to stay on even for a moment. Therefore, contain this grief, Oh Lord, for there is no going back upon my word.”.

अर्थितो ह्यस्मि कैकेय्या वनम् गच्छेति राघव |
मया चोक्तं प्रजामीति तत्सत्यमनुपालये || २-३४-५०
arthito hyasmi kaikeyyaa vanam gachchheti raaghava |
mayaa choktaM prajaamiiti tatsatyamanupaalaye || 2-34-50


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.50

50. raaghava = Oh; Dasaratha the seion of Raghu! asmihi = I was indeed; arthitaH = asked; kaikeyyaa = by Kaikeyi; iti = as follows: gachchha = go; vanam = to the forest.” uktamcha = It was also replied; mayaa = by me; prajaami iti = that I would go; anupaalaye = I shall redeem; tat = that; satyam = pledge.

“Oh Dasaratha the seion of Raghu! I was indeed asked by Kaikeyi to go to the forest. It was also replied by me that I would go. I shall redeem that pledge.”.

मा चोत्कण्थां कृथा देव वने रंस्यामहे वयम् |
प्रशान्तहरिणाकीर्णे नानाशकुनिनादिते || २-३४-५१
maa chotkaNthaaM kR^ithaa deva vane ra.nsyaamahe vayam |
prashaantahariNaakiirNe naanaashakuninaadite || 2-34-51


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.51

51. deva = Oh; king! maakR^ithaaH = do not feel; utkaNThaam = anxious; vayam = we; ramsyaamahe = shall sport; vane = in the forest; prashaanta hariNaakiirNe = flocked with peaceful deers; naanaashakuninaadite = rendered noisy by birds of various types.

“Oh, king! Do not feel anxious. We shall sport in the forest, flocked with peaceful deer and rendered noisy by birds of various types.”.

पिता हि दैवतम् तात देवतानामपि स्मृतम् |
तस्माद्दैवतमित्येव करिष्यामि पितुर्वचः || २-३४-५२
pitaa hi daivatam taata devataanaamapi smR^itam |
tasmaaddaivatamityeva karishhyaami piturvachaH || 2-34-52


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.52

52. tat = Oh; father! smR^itamhi = it was said indeed; pitaa = father; daivatam = is the god; devataanaamapi = even for celestials; tasmaat = therefore; karishhyaami = I shall do; pituH = father’s; vachaH = word; daivatam ityeva = considering it s divine.

“Oh, father! It was indeed said that even for celestials, father is the god. Therefore, I shall carry out the father’s word, considering it as divine.”.

चतुर्धशसु वर्षेषु गतेषु नरसत्तम |
पुनर्द्रक्ष्यसि माम् प्राप्तम् सन्तापोऽयम् विमुच्यताम् || २-३४-५३
chaturdhashasu varshheshhu gateshhu narasattama |
punardrakshyasi maam praaptam santaapo.ayam vimuchyataam || 2-34-53


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.53

53. narasattama = Oh; best among men! praaptam = coming; gateshhu = after passing away; chaturdasha = fourteen; varshheshhu = years; drakshhyasi = you will see; maam = me; ayam samtaapaH vimuchyataam = let this grief be given up.

“Oh father, the best among men! You will see me, when I come back after elapsing fourteen years. Let this grief be given up.”.

येन संस्तम्भनीयोऽयम् सर्वो बाष्पगळो जनः |
स त्वम् पुरुषशार्दूल किमर्थम् विक्रियाम् गतः || २-३४-५४
yena sa.nstambhaniiyo.ayam sarvo baashhpagaLo janaH |
sa tvam purushhashaarduula kimartham vikriyaam gataH || 2-34-54


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.54

54. purushha shaarduula = Oh; tiger among men! saraH = all; ayam janaH = these people; bhaashhpagaLaH = whoare bathed with tears; samstambhaniiyaH = are to be consoled by you; saH tva = such of you; kimartham = why; gataH = got; vikriyaam = perturbation?

“Oh, tiger among men! Why have you got perturbed-you by whom all these people bathed in tears, ought to be consoled?”.

पुरम् च राष्ट्रम् च मही च केवला |
मया निसृष्टा भरताय दीयताम् |
अहम् निदेशम् भवतः अनुपालयन् |
वनम् गमिष्यामि चिराय सेवितुम् || २-३४-५५
puram ca raaShTram ca mahii ca kevalaa |
mayaa nisR^iShTaa bharataaya diiyataam |
aham nidesham bhavataH anupaalayan |
vanam gamiShyaami ciraaya sevitum || 2-34-55


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.55

55. puramcha = let this city; raashhTramcha = province; kevalaa mahiicha = and whole of this earth; nishR^ishhTaa = left; mayaa = by me; diiyataam = be given; bharataaya = to Bharata; aham = I; anupaalayan = following; bhavataH = your; nidesham = instruction; gamishhyaami = shall proceed; vanam = to the forest; sevitum = to dwell in it; chiraaya = for long.

“Let this city, province and whole of this earth left by me, be given to Bharata. I for one following your instructions, shall proceed to the forest to dwell in it for long.”.

मया निसृष्टाम् भरतः महीम् इमाम् |
सशैल खण्डाम् सपुराम् सकाननाम् |
शिवाम् सुसीमाम् अनुशास्तु केवलम् |
त्वया यद् उक्तम् नृपते यथा अस्तु तत् || २-३४-५६
mayaa nisR^iShTaam bharataH mahiim imaam |
sashaila khaNDaam sapuraam sakaananaam |
shivaam susiimaam anushaastu kevalam |
tvayaa yad uktam nR^ipate yathaa astu tat || 2-34-56


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.56

56. nR^ipate = Oh; king! imaama mahiim = let this earth; sashaila shhaNdaam = with multitude mountains; sapuraam = comprising of cities; sakaananaam = with their gardens; nisR^ishhTaam = relinquished; mayaa = by me; anushaastu = be ruled over; bharataH kevalam = barely by Bharata; susiimaam = within bounds; shiraam = of well being; yat = that which; uktam = is told; tvayaa = by you; tat = let it; astu = be so; tathaa = thus.

“Oh, king! Let this earth with multitude of mountains, comprising of cities with their gardens relinquished by me, be ruled over barely by Bharata, within the bounds of righteousness. Let the word of honour given by you(to Kaikeyi) come true.”.

न मे तथा पार्थिव धीयते मनो |
महत्सु कामेषु न च आत्मनः प्रिये |
यथा निदेशे तव शिष्ट सम्मते |
व्यपैतु दुह्खम् तव मत् कृते अनघ || २-३४-५७
na me tathaa paarthiva dhiiyate mano |
mahatsu kaameShu na ca aatmanaH priye |
yathaa nideshe tava shiShTa sammate |
vyapaitu duhkham tava mat kR^ite anagha || 2-34-57


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.57

57. paarthiva = Oh; king; anagha = the faultlessman! yathaa = how; memanaH = my mind; dhiiyate = is shanding firmly; tava nirdeshe = to your command; shishhta sammate = approved by the wise; tathaa = in that manner; na = it is not; mahatsu = on haughty; kaameshhu = enjoyments; na = it is not; aatanaH = on my own; priyeH = pleasures; matkR^ite = for my sake; vyapaitu duHkham = let your agony disappear.

“Oh, the faultless king! My mind is not directed on haughty physical enjoyments or sensuous pleasures which is approved by the wise. Let your agony disappear, for my sake.”.

तत् अद्य न एव अनघ राज्यम् अव्ययम् |
न सर्व कामान् न सुखम् न मैथिलीम् |
न जीवितम् त्वाम् अनृतेन योजयन् |
वृणीय सत्यम् व्रतम् अस्तु ते तथा || २-३४-५८
tat adya na eva anagha raajyam avyayam |
na sarva kaamaan na sukham na maithiliim |
na jiivitam tvaam anR^itena yojayan |
vR^iNiiya satyam vratam astu te tathaa || 2-34-58


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.58

58. anagha = Oh the sinless king! tat = therefore; adya = now; yojayan = connecting; tvaam = you; anR^itena = with untruth; naiva vR^itena = I just cannot yearn; raajyam = for kingdom; na = nor desirous; sarva kaamaan = of various enjoyment; na = nor; sukham = for happiness; na = now; maithiliim = Seetha; na = nor; jiivitam = life; te = (let) your; vratam = voe; tathaa = thus; astu = become; satyam = true.

Oh, the sinless king! Therefore, now associating you with untruth, I just do not desire for kingdom, nor all the sensual enjoyments, nor happiness nor existence nor even Seetha. Let your pledge(given to Kaikeyi) prove true.”.

फलानि मूलानि च भक्षयन् वने |
गिरीमः च पश्यन् सरितः सरांसि च |
वनम् प्रविश्य एव विचित्र पादपम् |
सुखी भविष्यामि तव अस्तु निर्वृतिः || २-३४-५९
phalaani muulaani ca bhakShayan vane |
giriimH ca pashyan saritaH saraa.nsi ca |
vanam pravishya eva vicitra paadapam |
sukhii bhaviShyaami tava astu nirvR^itiH || 2-34-59


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.59

59. bhavishhyaami = I shall be; sukhii = happy; pravishyaiva = entering; vanam = the forest; vichitra paadapam = filled with; bhakshhayan = eating; phalaani = fruits; muulanicha = and tubers; pushyan = and lakes; vane = in the forest; astu = let there be; nirvR^itiH = satisfaction; tava = to you.

“I shall be happy, entering the forest filled with wonderful trees, eating fruits and tubers as well as seeing mountains rivers and lakes in the forest. Let there be satisfaction for you.

एवम् स राजा व्यसनाभिपन्नः |
शोकेन दुःखेन च ताम्यमानः |
आलिङ्ग्य पुत्रम् सुविनष्टसम्ज्ञो |
मोहम् गतो नैव चिचेश्ट किंचित् || २-३४-६०
evam sa raajaa vyasanaabhipannaH |
shokena duHkhena cha taamyamaanaH |
aaliN^gya putram suvinashhTasamjJNo |
moham gato naiva chicheshTa ki.nchit || 2-34-60


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.60

60. aaliNgya = embracing; putra = his son; saH raajaa = that king Dasaratha; evam = who had thus; vyasanaabhipannaH = fallen on evil days; taamyamaanaH = was tormented; shokena = with grief; duHkhena = and distress; mahomgataH = got fainted; suvinashhTa samJNaH = fully losing consciousness; naiva chicheshhTa = not moving; kimchit = even a little.

Embracing his son, that king Dasaratha, who had thus fallen on evil days, was tormented with grief and distress, got fainted, fully losing his consciousness and not moving even a little.

देव्यस्ततः सम्रुरुदुः समेता |
स्ताम् वर्जयित्वा नरदेवपत्नीम् |
रुदन् सुमन्त्रोऽपि जगाम मूर्छाम् |
हा हा कृतम् तत्र बभूव सर्वम् || २-३४-६१
devyastataH samruruduH sametaa |
staam varjayitvaa naradevapatniim |
rudan sumantro.api jagaama muurchhaam |
haa haa kR^itam tatra babhuuva sarvam || 2-34-61


Show Description: Sloka 2.34.61

61. tataH = then; varjayitvaa = leaving out; naradevapatniim = Kaikeyi the wife of king Dasaratha; devyaH = the queens; sametaaH = assembled there; samruduH = began to cry; sumantro.api = Sumantra also; jagaama = got; muurchhaam = the faint; rudan = while weeping; sarvam = everything; tatra = there; babhuuva = became; haahaakR^itam = loud lamenting.

Then, all the queens assembled there except Kaikeyi began to cry. Sumantra also fell into a swoon, while weeping. Everything there became loud lamenting.

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