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Srimad Vālmīki Rāmāyaṇa | Ayodhya Kāṇḍa ~ Sarga 35 of 119

Dasaratha's-plea--Ramayana-desibantu

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): 35 of 119 || śloka (verses): 37

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Vālmīki (Sanskrit: वाल्मीकि)

Vālmīki (Sanskrit: वाल्मीकि)



Introduction

Minister Sumantra requests and reproaches Queen Kaikeyi and asks her to take back her impositions. Even the elderly minister and a scholar named Siddhartha tries to pacify Kaikeyi by telling the legend of Sagara, the ancestor of Dasharatha, quoting the exile of his notorious son Asamanja. But she is adamant to all holy advises, but wants Rama to go to forests.

ततो निर्धूय सहसा शिरो निःश्वस्व चासकृत् |
पाणौ पाणिम् विनिष्पिष्य दन्तान् कटकटाय्य च || २-३५-१
लोचने कोपसम्रक्ते वर्णम् पूर्वोचितम् जहत् |
कोपाभिभूतः सहसा सम्तापमशुभम् गतः || २-३५-२
मनः समीक्षमाणश्च सूतो दशरथस्य सः |
कम्पयन्निव कैकेय्या हृदयम् वाक्छरैश्शितैः || २-३५-३
वाक्यवज्रैरनुपमैर्निर्भिन्दन्निव चाशुगैः |
कैकेय्या सर्वमर्माणि सुमन्त्रः प्रत्यभाषत || २-३५-४
tato nirdhuuya sahasaa shiro niHshvasva chaasakR^it |
paaNau paaNim vinishhpishhya dantaan kaTakaTaayya cha || 2-35-1
lochane kopasamrakte varNam puurvochitam jahat |
kopaabhibhuutaH sahasaa samtaapamashubham gataH || 2-35-2
manaH samiikshamaaNashcha suuto dasharathasya saH |
kampayanniva kaikeyyaa hR^idayam vaakchharaishshitaiH || 2-35-3
vaakyavajrairanupamairnirbhindanniva chaashugaiH |
kaikeyyaa sarvamarmaaNi sumantraH pratyabhaashhata || 2-35-4


Show Description: Sloka 2.35.1 to 2.35.4

1;2;3;4. tataH = then; sumantraH = Sumantra; suutaH = the charioteer; nirduuya = moving; shiraH = his head; sahasaa = all of a sudden; niHshvasya = sighing; asakR^it = agan and again; vinishhpishhya = rubbing; paaNim = in hand; katakataayyacha = grinding; dantaan = his teeth; lochane kopasamrakte = turning his eyes red with anger; jahat = shedding; puurvochitam = his former; varNam = colour; kopaabhibuutaH = overwhelmed with; sahasaa = suddenly; gataH = getting; samtaapam = grief; ashubham = the evil; samiikshhamaaNashcha = carefully reading; dasharathasya = Dasaratha’s; manaH = mind; pratyabhaashhata = spoke(as follows) kampayanniva = spoke(as follows); kaikeyyaaH = Kaikeyi’s; hR^idyam = heart; shitaiH vaakchharaiH = with sharp arrows; vaakya vajraiH = in the form of thunderbolting words; ashugaiH = speedily; bhindanniva = piercing; sarva marmaaNi = all her vitals.

Then, moving his head all of a sudden sighing again and again, rubbing his hand in hand, grinding his teeth, turning his eyes red with anger shedding his normal colour, overwhelmed with wrath, suddenly getting the evil grief, carefully reading Dasaratha’s mind, sumantra the charioteer spoke(as follows) as though shaking Kaikeyi’s heart with sharp arrows, in the form of thunderbolting words speedily peircing all her vitals .

यश्यास्तव पतिस्त्यक्तोराजा दशरथः स्वयम् |
भर्ता सर्वस्य जगतः स्थावरस्य चरश्य च || २-३५-५
न ह्यकार्यतमम् किंचित् तव देवीह विद्यते |
yashyaastava patistyaktoraajaa dasharathaH svayam |
bhartaa sarvasya jagataH sthaavarasya charashya cha || 2-35-5
na hyakaaryatamam ki.nchit tava deviiha vidyate |


Show Description: Sloka 2.35.5

5. devi = Oh; Kaikeyi! yasyaaH tava = which your; patiH = husband; raajaa dasharathaH = king Dasaratha; bhartaa = the supporter; sarvasya jagataH = of entire creation; sthaavarasya = the unmoving; tyaktaH = = is betrayed; svayam = on your own; tava = such of you; nahi vidyate = there is indeed nothing; iha = oh earth; kimchit = anything; akaaryatamam = which is most disgraceful.

“There is nothing on earth, anything which is most disgraceful for you by whom your husband king Dasaratha the supporter of the entire creation the unmoving and the moving, is betrayed, Oh, Kaikeyi!” .

पतिघ्नीम् त्वामहम् मन्ये कुलघ्नीमपि चान्ततः || २-३५-६
यन्म हेंद्रमिवाजय्यम् दुष्प्रकम्प्यमिवाचलम् |
महोदधिमिवाक्षोभ्यम् सन्तापयसि कर्मभिः || २-३५-७
patighniim tvaamaham manye kulaghniimapi chaantataH || 2-35-6
yanma he.ndramivaajayyam dushhprakampyamivaachalam |
mahodadhimivaakshobhyam santaapayasi karmabhiH || 2-35-7


Show Description: Sloka 2.35.6,2.35.7

6;7. aham = I; manye = consider; tvam = you; patighniim = as murderers of your husband; antataH = ultimately; kulaghniimapicha = the exterminator of your race too; yat = for which reason; karmabhiH = by your actions; santaapayasi = you are causing grief(to your husband) ajayyam = who is unconquerable; mahendramiva = as great Indra; dushhkampyam = who cannot be moved; achalamiva = as a mountain; akshhobhyam = who is imperturbable; mahodadhimiva = as a great ocean.

“King Dasaratha is unconquerable as great Indra, unshakable as mountain and imperturbable as a great ocean. By tormenting him with your actions, you are considered by me as murderess of your husband and ultimately the exterminator of your race too.” .

मावमंस्था दशरथम् भर्तारम् वरदम् पतिम् |
भर्तुरिच्छा हि नारीणाम्पुत्रकोट्या विशिष्यते || २-३५-८
maavama.nsthaa dasharatham bhartaaram varadam patim |
bharturichchhaa hi naariiNaamputrakoTyaa vishishhyate || 2-35-8


Show Description: Sloka 2.35.8

8. maavamamsthaaH = do not despise; dasharatham = Dasaratha; bhartaaram = the supporter; varadam = the bestower of boon; patim = and your husband; naariiNaam = for women; bhartaH = husband’s; ichchhaa = will; vishishhyate = is superior; putrakotyaaH = to ten million sons.

“Do not despise Dasaratha the supporter, the bestower of boons and your husband. For women, will of the husband is superior to that of ten million sons.” .

यथावयो हि राज्यानि प्राप्नुवन्ति नृपक्षये |
इक्ष्वाकुकुलनाथेऽस्मिंस्तल्लोपयितुमिच्छसि || २-३५-९
yathaavayo hi raajyaani praapnuvanti nR^ipakshaye |
ikshvaakukulanaathe.asmi.nstallopayitumichchhasi || 2-35-9


Show Description: Sloka 2.35.9

9. nR^ipakshhaye = after the death of a king; raajyaani = kingdoms; prapnuvantihi = are indeed obtained; yathaavayaH = as per the age(of princes) ichchhasi = you want; lopayitum = to deprive; tat = it; asmin ikshhvaakukulanaathe = in this lord Ikshvaku dynasty; Rama.

“After death of a king, kingdoms are obtained as per the age of the princes. But, you want to deprive this condition in the case of Rama the lord of Ikshvaku dynasty.” .

राजा भवतु ते पुत्रो भरतश्शास्तु मेदिनीम् |
वयम् तत्र गमिष्यामो रामो यत्र गमिष्यति || २-३५-१०
raajaa bhavatu te putro bharatashshaastu mediniim |
vayam tatra gamishhyaamo raamo yatra gamishhyati || 2-35-10


Show Description: Sloka 2.35.10

10. te putraH = “(Let) your son; bhartaH = Bharata; bhavatu = become; raajaa = the king; shastu = let him rule; madiniim = the earth; yatra = wherever; raamaH = Rama; gamishhyati = goes; vayam = we; gamishhyaamaH = shall go; tatra = there.”

“Let your son Bharata become the king and rule the earth. wherever Rama goes, we (on our part) shall go there” .

न हि ते विषये कश्चिद्ब्राह्मणो वस्तुमर्हति |
तादृशम् त्वममर्यादमद्य कर्म चिकीर्षसि || २-३५-११
na hi te vishhaye kashchidbraahmaNo vastumarhati |
taadR^isham tvamamaryaadamadya karma chikiirshhasi || 2-35-11


Show Description: Sloka 2.35.11

11. te vishhaye = In your kingdom; kashchit braahmaNaH = even any brahmana; na arhati hi = cannot indeed; vastum = dwell; tvam = you; chikiirshhasi = want to do; taadR^isham = such; karma = act; adya = now; amaryaadam = transgressing due limits.

“Now any brahmana cannot indeed dwell in your kigdom as now you want to do such an act, transgressing the due limits.” .

नूनम् सर्वे गमिष्यामो मार्गम् रामनिषेवितम् |
त्यक्ताया बान्धवैः सर्वैर्ब्राह्मणैः साधुभिः सदा || २-३५-१२
का प्रीती राज्यलाभेन तव देवि भविष्यति |
तादृशम् त्वममर्यादम् कर्म कर्तुम् चिकीर्षसि || २-३५-१३
nuunam sarve gamishhyaamo maargam raamanishhevitam |
tyaktaayaa baandhavaiH sarvairbraahmaNaiH saadhubhiH sadaa || 2-35-12
kaa priitii raajyalaabhena tava devi bhavishhyati |
taadR^isham tvamamaryaadam karma kartum chikiirshhasi || 2-35-13


Show Description: Sloka 2.35.12,2.35.13

nuunam sarve gamishhyaamo maargam raamanishhevitam |
tyaktaayaa baandhavaiH sarvairbraahmaNaiH saadhubhiH sadaa || 2-35-12
kaa priitii raajyalaabhena tava devi bhavishhyati |
taadR^isham tvamamaryaadam karma kartum chikiirshhasi || 2-35-13 .

आश्चर्यमिव पश्यामि यस्यास्ते वृत्तमीदृशम् |
आचरन्त्या न विदृता सद्यो भवति मेदिनी || २-३५-१४
aashcharyamiva pashyaami yasyaaste vR^ittamiidR^isham |
aacharantyaa na vidR^itaa sadyo bhavati medinii || 2-35-14


Show Description: Sloka 2.35.14

14. yasyaaH = while you; te = as such; aacharantyaaH = conduct yourself; iidR^isham = such of this; vR^ittam = act; pashyaami = I am looking; aashcharyamiva = with only surprise; medinii = (why) earth; na bhavati = is not; sadya = immediately; vidR^itaa = rent asunder.

“I am looking only with surprise, why the earth is not immediately rent asunder, while you conduct yourself with such an act” .

महाब्रह्मर्षिसृष्टा वा ज्वलन्तो भीमदर्शना |
धिग्वाग्दण्डणा न हिंसन्ति रामप्रव्राजने स्थिताम् || २-३५-१५
mahaabrahmarshhisR^ishhTaa vaa jvalanto bhiimadarshanaa |
dhigvaagdaNDaNaa na hi.nsanti raamapravraajane sthitaam || 2-35-15


Show Description: Sloka 2.35.15

15. dhikvaagdanNdaaH vaa = rods of reproaching words; jvalantaH = which are burning with fire; bhiima darshanaaH = and fearful to look at; mahaabrahmarshhi sR^ishhTaaH = uttered by great brahmana sages; na himsanti = are not killing; sthitaam = you; who have decided; raamapravraajane = to send Rama to exile.

“It is also surprising me why rods of reproaching words fiery and fearful to look at uttered by great brahmana sages are not killing you, who are bent on sending Rama to exile.” .

आम्रम् चित्वा कुठारेन निम्बम् परिचरेत्तु यः |
यश्चेनम् पयसा सिञ्चेन्नैवास्य मधुरो भवेत् || २-३५-१६
aamram chitvaa kuThaarena nimbam paricharettu yaH |
yashchenam payasaa siJNchennaivaasya madhuro bhavet || 2-35-16


Show Description: Sloka 2.35.16

16. yaH = who; chhitraa = while cutting down; aamram = a mango tree; kuThaareNa = with axe; paricharettu = nurtures; nimbam = a neem tree; yashcha = who; siNchet = will wet; enam = this neem tree; payasaa = sweet; asya = to him.

“Who will nurture a neem tree, cutting down a mango tree with an axe? And a neem tree will not turn sweet for him who nourishes it with milk.” .

अभिजात्यम् हि ते मन्ये यथा मातुस्तथैव च |
न हि निम्बात्स्रवेत्क्षौद्रम् लोके निगदितम् वचः || २-३५-१७
abhijaatyam hi te manye yathaa maatustathaiva cha |
na hi nimbaatsravetkshaudram loke nigaditam vachaH || 2-35-17


Show Description: Sloka 2.35.17

17. manye = I think; abhijaatyam = your nature; by birth; yathaa tathaivacha = is as exactly as; maatuH = a proverb; nigaditam = is quoted; loke = in the world; kshhaudram = “honey; na sraveti hi = does not ooze surely; nimbaat = from a neem tree.”

“I think, by birth your nature is as exactly as that of your mother. a proverb is quoted in the world saying that honey does not ooze from a neem tree.” .

तव मातुरसद्ग्राहम् विद्मः पूर्वम् यथाश्रुतम् |
पितुस्ते वरदः कश्चिद्ददौ वरमनुत्तमम् || २-३५-१८
सर्वभूतरुतम् तस्मात्सम्जज्ञे वसुधाधिपः |
तेन तिर्यग्गतानाम् च भूतानाम् विदितम् वचः || २-३५-१९
tava maaturasadgraaham vidmaH puurvam yathaashrutam |
pituste varadaH kashchiddadau varamanuttamam || 2-35-18
sarvabhuutarutam tasmaatsamjajJNe vasudhaadhipaH |
tena tiryaggataanaam cha bhuutaanaam viditam vachaH || 2-35-19


Show Description: Sloka 2.35.18,2.35.19

18;19. vidmaH = we know; yathaashR^itam = as heard of; puurvam = in the past; tava maataH = your mother’s; asadgraaham = evil satisfaction; kashchit = someone; varadaH = capable of giving boons; dadau = bestowed; anuttamam varam = a great boon; te pituH = your father; tasmaat = by it; vasudhaadhipaH = that king; samjaJNe = could identify; sarva bhuutarutam = the language of all created beings; tena = by him; vachaH = the talk bhuutaanaam = of those beings; tiryaggataanaam = belonging to sub-human species; viditam = could be known.

“We know, as heard of in the past, your mother’s conduct of evil satisfaction. Someone capable of giving boons, granted a great boon to your father. By that boon he could identify the language of all created beings. The talk of those beings belonging to sub human species could be known by him.” .

ततो जृम्भस्य शयने विरुताद्भूरिवर्चसा |
पितुस्ते विदितो भावः स तत्र बहुधाऽहसत् || २-३५-२०
tato jR^imbhasya shayane virutaadbhuurivarchasaa |
pituste vidito bhaavaH sa tatra bahudhaa.ahasat || 2-35-20


Show Description: Sloka 2.35.20

20. tataH = then; virutaat = from the sound; jR^imbhasya = of an ant called Jrimbha; shayane = near the bed; bhaavaH = its meaning; viditaH = was deciphered; te pituH = by your father; ahasat = langhed; bahudhaa = repeatedly; tatra = over it.

“From the sound of an ant called Jrimbha near his bed, the meaning of that sound was deciphered by your exceedingly brilliant father and he laughed over it repeatedly.” .

तत्र ते जननी क्रुद्धा मृत्युपाशमभीप्सती |
हासम् ते नृपते सौम्य जिज्ञासामीति भाब्रवीत् || २-३५-२१
tatra te jananii kruddhaa mR^ityupaashamabhiipsatii |
haasam te nR^ipate saumya jijJNaasaamiiti bhaabraviit || 2-35-21


Show Description: Sloka 2.35.21

21. te jananii = your mother; kR^iddhaa = becoming angry; tatra = over his laugh; abhiipsatii = wishing to; mR^ityupaasham = hang him to death; abraviit = spoke; iti = thus; nR^ipate = “Oh; king; saumya = the gentle sir! jiJNaasaami = I want to know; te haasam = about your laugh.

Your mother, becoming angry over his laugh, wishing even to hand him to death(in case he refuses to disclose the reason for his laughter), spoke thus: “Oh king, the gentle sir! I want to know the meaning of your laughter.” .

नृपश्चोवाच ताम् देवीम् देवि शंसामि ते यदि |
ततो मे मरणम् सद्यो भविष्यति न संशयः || २-३५-२२
nR^ipashchovaacha taam deviim devi sha.nsaami te yadi |
tato me maraNam sadyo bhavishhyati na sa.nshayaH || 2-35-22


Show Description: Sloka 2.35.22

22. nR^ipaschcha = that king; uvaacha = replied; taam deviim = to that queen(as follows): devi = Oh; queen! shamsaamiyadii = If I tell; te = you; maraNam = death; bhavishhyati = will come; me = to me; sadyaH = immediately; tataH = thereafter; na = there is no; samshayaH = doubt.

“The king replied to that queen as follows: “Oh, royal lady! If I tell you the reason of my laughter, my death will immediately follow thereafter. There is no doubt about it.” .

माता ते पितरम् देवि ततह् केकयमब्रवीत् |
शंस मे जीव वा मा वा न मामपहसिष्यसि || २-३५-२३
maataa te pitaram devi tatah kekayamabraviit |
sha.nsa me jiiva vaa maa vaa na maamapahasishhyasi || 2-35-23


Show Description: Sloka 2.35.23

23. devi = Oh Kaikeyi! tataH = then; te maataa = your mother; abraviit = spoke; kekayam = Kekaya king; pituram = your father(thus); jiiva vaa = either live; maavaa = or die; shamsa = tell; me = me; na apahisishhasi = do not ridicule; maam = me.

“Your mother then said to your father, the king of Kekayas, Live or die as you will. tell me the laughter. Do not ridicule me.” .

प्रियया च तथोक्तः सन् केकयः पृथीवीपतिः |
तस्मै तम् वरदायार्थम् कथयामास तत्त्वतः || २-३५-२४
priyayaa cha tathoktaH san kekayaH pR^ithiiviipatiH |
tasmai tam varadaayaartham kathayaamaasa tattvataH || 2-35-24


Show Description: Sloka 2.35.24

24. uktaH san = having been spoken; tathaa = thus; priyayaa = by his beloved consort; kekayaH prithvii patiH = the ruler of Kekaya kingdom; kathayaamaasa = reported; tasmai = to that; varadaaya = bestower of boon; tattvataH = correctly; tam artham = that matter.

Having been spoken thus by his beloved consort, the said king of the Kekayas on his part correctly reported the matter to the sage who had bestowed the boon on him. .

ततः स वरदह् साधु राजानम् प्रत्यभाषत |
म्रियताम् ध्वंसताम् वेयम् मा कृथास्त्वम् महीपते || २-३५-२५
tataH sa varadah saadhu raajaanam pratyabhaashhata |
mriyataam dhva.nsataam veyam maa kR^ithaastvam mahiipate || 2-35-25


Show Description: Sloka 2.35.25

25. tataH = then; saH saadhuH = that sage; varadaH = who had bestowed the boon; pratyabhaashhataH = replied; rajaanam = to the king(as follows): mahiipate = “Oh; king! iyam = let her; mriyataam = die; dhamsataam vaa = or ruin; tvam = you; maakR^ithaaH = do not persue that course.

Then the sage who had bestowed the boon replied to the king as follows: “Oh, lord of the earth! Let her die or ruin. Do not reveal the reason to her.” .

स तच्छ्रुत्वा वचस्तस्य प्रसन्नमनसो नृपः |
मातरम् ते निरस्याशु विजहार कुबेरवत् || २-३५-२६
sa tachchhrutvaa vachastasya prasannamanaso nR^ipaH |
maataram te nirasyaashu vijahaara kuberavat || 2-35-26


Show Description: Sloka 2.35.26

26. shrutvaa = having heard; tat vachaH = the word; tasya = of him; prasanna manasaH = who was pure-minded; saH nR^ipaH = that king; nirasya = repudiated; maataram = your mother; vijahaara = lived happily; kuberavat = like Kubera; the lord of riches.

“Having heard the words of that sage who was pure-minded, the king repudiated your mother and lived happily like Kubera the Lord of riches.” .

तथा त्वमपि राजानम् दुर्जनाचरिते पथि |
असद्ग्राहमिमम् मोहात्कुरुषे पापदर्शिनि || २-३५-२७
tathaa tvamapi raajaanam durjanaacharite pathi |
asadgraahamimam mohaatkurushhe paapadarshini || 2-35-27


Show Description: Sloka 2.35.27

27. paapadarshini = Oh; Kaikeyi; seeing evil(everywhere) tvamapi = you too; tathaa = thus; pathi = in the path; durjanaacharite = trodden by wicked men; kurushhe = are making; imam = this; asadgraaham = bad resolution; mohaat = by igonorance.

“Oh, Kaikeyi, seeing evil everywhere! You, too, thus following the path trodden by wicked men, are making this bad resolution by ignorance.” .

सत्यश्चाद्य प्रवादोऽयम् लौकिकः प्रतिभाति मा |
पित्ऱ्^ऊन् समनुजायन्ते नरा मातरमङ्गनाः || २-३५-२८
satyashchaadya pravaado.ayam laukikaH pratibhaati maa |
pitR^uun samanujaayante naraa maataramaN^ganaaH || 2-35-28


Show Description: Sloka 2.35.28

28. pratibhaat = It is occuring; maa = about me; adya = now; ayam = this; pravaadaH = saying; laukikaH = which is popular; satyaH = has become true; naraaH = males; samamjaayante = are born; conforming; pitR^iin = to their fathers; aNganaaH = females; maataram = to their mothers.

“The popular saying that males are born confirming to their fathers and females to their mothers, occurs to me as true.” .

नैवम् भव ग़ृहाणेदम् यदाह वसुधाधिपः |
भर्तुरिच्चामुपास्वेह जनस्यास्य गतिर्भव || २-३५-२९
naivam bhava GR^ihaaNedam yadaaha vasudhaadhipaH |
bharturichchaamupaasveha janasyaasya gatirbhava || 2-35-29


Show Description: Sloka 2.35.29

29. na bhava = do not become; evam = like this; gR^ihaaNa = understand; idam = that; aha = which is said; vasudhaadhipaH = by the king; upaasva = following; ichchaam = the desire; bhartuH = of your husband; bhava = be; gatiH = a protectress; asya janasya = to these people; iha = here.

Do not conform to the traits of your mother. Understand that which is said by the king. following the desire of your husband, be a protectress to these people here.” .

मा त्वम् प्रोत्साहिता पापैर्देवराजसमप्रभम् |
भर्तारम् लोकभर्तारमसद्धर्ममुपादधाः || २-३५-३०
maa tvam protsaahitaa paapairdevaraajasamaprabham |
bhartaaram lokabhartaaramasaddharmamupaadadhaaH || 2-35-30


Show Description: Sloka 2.35.30

30. protsaahitaa = Incited; paapaiH = by the evil minded; tvam = you; maa upaadadhaaH = do not put before the public; asaddhaarmam = an improper course of conduct; bhartaaram = of your husband; devaraaja samprabham = whose splendour is equal to the king Devendra; lokabhartaaram = and who is a protector of this world.

“Incitedby the evil minded, do not put before the public an improper course of conduct of your husband who spendour is equal to that of king Devendra and who is a protector of this world .

न हि मिथ्या प्रतिज्ञातम् करिष्यति तवानघः |
श्रीमान्दशरथो राजा देवि राजीवलोचनः || २-३५-३१
na hi mithyaa pratijJNaatam karishhyati tavaanaghaH |
shriimaandasharatho raajaa devi raajiivalochanaH || 2-35-31


Show Description: Sloka 2.35.31

31. devii = Oh; queen! dasharathaH = Dasaratha; anagaH = the faultless man; shriimaan = the Majesty; raajiivalochanaH = the lotus-eyed man; raajaa = the king; nakarishhyati hi = cannot indeed make; mithyaa = untrue; pratiJNaatam = the promise given; tava = to you.

“Oh, Kaikeyi! Dasaratha the faultless man, the majesty, the lotus-eyed man and the king cannot indeed belie the promise given to you(Hence, you alone has to change your opinion)” .

ज्येष्ठो वदान्यः कर्मण्यः स्वधर्मपरिरक्षिता |
रक्षिता जीवलोकस्य बली रामोऽभिषिच्यताम् || २-३५-३२
jyeshhTho vadaanyaH karmaNyaH svadharmaparirakshitaa |
rakshitaa jiivalokasya balii raamo.abhishhichyataam || 2-35-32


Show Description: Sloka 2.35.32

32. raamaH = Rama; jyeshhTaH = the eldest; vadaanyaH = the generous; karmaNyaH = the skilled; svadharma parirakshhitaa = the saviour of one’s own righteousness; jiivalokasya = of the world of living being; balii = the strong; abhishhichyataam = be installed on the throne(of Ayodhya).

“Let Rama the eldest(of the sons) who is generous strong skilled, capable of protecting his own duty as Kshatriya but also of protecting the world of living beings, be installed on the throne of Ayodhya” .

परिवादो हि ते देवि महान्लोके चरिष्यति |
यदि रामो वनम् याति विहाय पितरम् नृपम् || २-३५-३३
parivaado hi te devi mahaanloke charishhyati |
yadi raamo vanam yaati vihaaya pitaram nR^ipam || 2-35-33


Show Description: Sloka 2.35.33

33. devi = Oh; Kaikeyi! raamaH = Rama; vihaaya = leaving; pitaram = his father; nR^ipam = the king; yaati yadi = and in case goes; vanam = to the forest; mahaan = a great; parivaadaH = accusation; charishhyati = will surely roam; te = about you; charishhyati = in the world.

“Oh, Kaikeyi! A great accusation will surely roam about you in the world, if Rama leaving his royal father goes to the forest .

स राज्यम् राघवः पातु भवत्वम् विगतज्वरा |
न हि ते राघवादन्यः क्षमः पुरवरे वसेत् || २-३५-३४
sa raajyam raaghavaH paatu bhavatvam vigatajvaraa |
na hi te raaghavaadanyaH kshamaH puravare vaset || 2-35-34


Show Description: Sloka 2.35.34

34. saH raama = Rama of that king; paatu = should protect; raajyam = the kingdom; bhava = be; tvam = you; vigata jvaraa = free from distres; na vaset = there is no one existing; puravare = in this excellent city; te = of yours; anyaH = other; raamavaat = then Rama; samardhaH = who is competent.

“Let Rama of that character protect this kingdom! Be you free from distress. There is none other than Rama living in your excellent city who is competent to rule this Ayodhya” .

रामे हि यौवराज्यस्थे राजा दशरथो वनम् |
प्रवेक्ष्यति महेष्वासः पूर्ववृत्तमनुस्मरन् || २-३५-३५
raame hi yauvaraajyasthe raajaa dasharatho vanam |
pravekshyati maheshhvaasaH puurvavR^ittamanusmaran || 2-35-35


Show Description: Sloka 2.35.35

35. raame = Rama; yauvaraajyasthe = being installed in the office of Price Regent; dasarathaH = Dasaratha; raajaa = the king; maheshhvaasaH = the wielder of the great bow; pravekshhyati hi = will surely have recourse; vanam = to the forest; anusmaran = cherishly recollecting; puurva vR^ittam = the conduct of his forebears.

“In the event of Rama being installe din the office of the prince Regent, King Dasaratha wielder of the great bow will surely have recourse to the forest, cherishly recollecting the conduct of his forebears” .

इति सान्वैश्च तीक्ष्णै कैकेयीम् राजसंसदि |
सुवन्त्रः क्षोभयामास भूय एव कृताञ्जलिः || २-३५-३६
iti saanvaishcha tiikshNai kaikeyiim raajasa.nsadi |
suvantraH kshobhayaamaasa bhuuya eva kR^itaaJNjaliH || 2-35-36


Show Description: Sloka 2.35.36

36. iti = Thus; sumantraH = Sumantra; kshhobhaayamaasa = caused a shaking; kaikeyiim = to Kaikeyi; raajasamsadi = in the royal assemble; saantvaishcha = by his kind words; tikshhNaishcha = as well as his bitter words; bhuuya eva = repeatedly; kR^itaaNjaliH = with joined palms.

Thus, Sumantra repeatedly with joint palms, caused a shaking to Kaikeyi in the royal assmebly, by his kind words as well as bitter words .

नैवसाक्षुभ्यते देवी न च स्म परिदूयते |
न चास्या मुखवर्णस्य विक्रिया लक्ष्यते तदा || २-३५-३७
naivasaakshubhyate devii na cha sma pariduuyate |
na chaasyaa mukhavarNasya vikriyaa lakshyate tadaa || 2-35-37


Show Description: Sloka 2.35.37

37. saa devii = that queen Kaikeyi; naiva kshhubhyate = did not get excted; na pariduuyatesma = was not reapented in her heart; na lakshhyate = nor was seen; vikrayaacha = even change in; asyaaH = her; mukhavarNasya = colour of the face; tada = then.

That queen Kaikeyi, however, was neither excited nor repented in her heart nor was any change observed in the colour of her face .

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