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Srimad Vālmīki Rāmāyaṇa | Ayodhya Kāṇḍa ~ Sarga 43 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): 43 of 119 || śloka (verses): 21

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Vālmīki (Sanskrit: वाल्मीकि)

Vālmīki (Sanskrit: वाल्मीकि)



Introduction
Kausalya consoles depressed king Dasaratha

ततः समीक्ष्य शयने सन्नम् शोकेन पार्थिवम् |
कौसल्या पुत्र शोक आर्ता तम् उवाच मही पतिम् || २-४३-१
tataH samiikShya shayane sannam shokena paarthivam |
kausalyaa putra shoka aartaa tam uvaaca mahii patim || 2-43-1


Show Description: Sloka 2.43.1

1. tataH = Thereafter; kausalyaa = Kausalya; putrashokaartaa = afflicted with the grief of her son; samiikshha = seeing; paarthivam = the king; shayane = lying down; sannam = depressed; shokena = with sorrow; uvaacha = spoke ; tam mahiipatim = thus to that monarch.

Thereafter, Kausalya afflicted with grief of her son and seeing the king lying down depressed with sorrow, spoke to the monarch as follows: .

राघवो नर शार्दूल विषम् उप्त्वा द्विजिह्ववत् |
विचरिष्यति कैकेयी निर्मुक्ता इव हि पन्नगी || २-४३-२
raaghavo nara shaarduula viSham uptvaa dvijihvavat |
vicariShyati kaikeyii nirmuktaa iva hi pannagii || 2-43-2


Show Description: Sloka 2.43.2

2. kaikeyii = Kaikeyi; ahijihmagaa = moving tortuously like a snake; uptvaa = planted; vishham = poison; raaghave = in Rama; narasharduule = the tiger among men; vicharishhyati = and will wander about; pannagii iva = like a female serpent; nirmuktaa = that has cast off its slough.

“Having planted her poison on Rama the tiger among men, indeed Kaikeyi of crooked ways will surely wander about freely like a female serpent that has cast off its slough” .

विवास्य रामम् सुभगा लब्ध कामा समाहिता |
त्रासयिष्यति माम् भूयो दुष्ट अहिर् इव वेश्मनि || २-४३-३
vivaasya raamam subhagaa labdha kaamaa samaahitaa |
traasayiShyati maam bhuuyo duShTa ahir iva veshmani || 2-43-3


Show Description: Sloka 2.43.3

3. labdhakaamaa = having fulfilled her desire; vivaasya = of expelling; raamam = Rama; subhagaa = Kaikeyi; the charming woman; traasayishhyati = will frighten; samaahitaa = by clamping down; maam = on me; dushhTaahiriva = like a dangerous serpent; veshmani = in the hous.

“Having fulfilled her desire of expelling Rama to the forest, Kaikeyi the charming woman will frighten by clamping down upon me, like a dangerous serpent in the house.” .

अथ स्म नगरे रामः चरन् भैक्षम् गृहे वसेत् |
काम कारः वरम् दातुम् अपि दासम् मम आत्मजम् || २-४३-४
atha sma nagare raamaH caran bhaikSham gR^ihe vaset |
kaama kaaraH varam daatum api daasam mama aatmajam || 2-43-4


Show Description: Sloka 2.43.4

4. daatum api = even giving; mama = my; aatmajam = son; daasam = as a slave; varam = ( would have been) better; atha = thereafter; raamaH = Rama; vaset sma = (would have) stayed; gR^ihe = in the house;kaama kaaraH = by doing the work entrusted ; charan = and roaming about; nagare = in the city;bhaikshhyam = asking alms.

“Even giving my son to her as a slave would have been better. By that Rama would have at least stayed in the house by doing the work entrusted by her and roaming about in the city, asking alms .

पातयित्वा तु कैकेय्या रामम् स्थानात् यथा इष्टतः |
प्रदिष्टः रक्षसाम् भागः पर्वणि इव आहित अग्निना || २-४३-५
paatayitvaa tu kaikeyyaa raamam sthaanaat yathaa iShTataH |
pradiShTaH rakShasaam bhaagaH parvaNi iva aahita agninaa || 2-43-5


Show Description: Sloka 2.43.5

5. raamam = Rama; paatayitraa = having been thrown; sthaanaat = out of his position;kaikeyyaa = by Kaikeyi; yatheshhTaH = as per her will; pradishhTaH = indicated; bhaagaH iva = as a part (of the sacrifice)thrown to; rakshhasaam = ogres; parvaNi = on a new or full moon; aahitaagninaa = by one who tends the sacred fire.

“Having willfully thrown Rama out of his position, Kaikeyi has acted in the same way as one who tends the sacred fire throws a part of the sacrifice to ogres on a new or full moon.” .

गज राज गतिर् वीरः महा बाहुर् धनुर् धरः |
वनम् आविशते नूनम् सभार्यः सह लक्ष्मणः || २-४३-६
gaja raaja gatir viiraH mahaa baahur dhanur dharaH |
vanam aavishate nuunam sabhaaryaH saha lakShmaNaH || 2-43-6


Show Description: Sloka 2.43.6

6. sabhaaryaH = together with wife; sahalakshhmaNaH = accompanied by Lakshmana; gajaraajagatiH = walking like the king of elephants; dhanurdharaH = wearing a bow; mahaabaahuH = the mighty armed; viiraH = hero; nuunam = surely; aavishate = will have entered; vanam = the forest.

Together with his wife, accompanied by Lakshmana and walking like king of elephants having a bow in hand, the mighty armed hero surely will have entered the forest ” .

वने तु अदृष्ट दुह्खानाम् कैकेय्या अनुमते त्वया |
त्यक्तानाम् वन वासाय का न्व् अवस्था भविष्यति || २-४३-७
vane tu adR^iShTa duhkhaanaam kaikeyyaa anumate tvayaa |
tyaktaanaam vana vaasaaya kaa nv avasthaa bhaviShyati || 2-43-7


Show Description: Sloka 2.43.7

7. vane = in the forest; kaanu = what; avasthaa = fate; bhavishhyati = will befall (them);adR^ishTa duHkhaanaam = who had never seen suffering (before); tyaktaanaam = who have been sent; tvayaa = by you;vanavaasaaya = to a forest life;anumate = as per the wish; kaikeyyaaH = of Kaikeyi.

” In the forest, what fate will befall them who had never seen such a suffering before and who have been sent by you to a forest life as per the wishes of Kaikeyi?” .

ते रत्न हीनाः तरुणाः फल काले विवासिताः |
कथम् वत्स्यन्ति कृपणाः फल मूलैः कृत अशनाः || २-४३-८
te ratna hiinaaH taruNaaH phala kaale vivaasitaaH |
katham vatsyanti kR^ipaNaaH phala muulaiH kR^ita ashanaaH || 2-43-8


Show Description: Sloka 2.43.8

8. ratna hiinaH = devoid of riches;te = they ;taruNaaH = theyouthful beings;vivaasitaaH = exiled;phalakaale = at the age when they should be enjoying; katham = how; vatsyanti = are they to live;kR^IpaNaaH = in misery; phala muulaiH = with fruits and roots;kR^itaashanaaH = to be eaten.

“Devoid of riches, those youthful beings, in exile at the age when they should be enjoying diversions of every kind, how are they to live in misery, having only roots and fruits for their nourishment?” .

अपि इदानीम् स कालः स्यान् मम शोक क्षयः शिवः |
सभार्यम् यत् सह भ्रात्रा पश्येयम् इह राघवम् || २-४३-९
api idaaniim sa kaalaH syaan mama shoka kShayaH shivaH |
sabhaaryam yat saha bhraatraa pashyeyam iha raaghavam || 2-43-9


Show Description: Sloka 2.43.9

9. yat = when; saH kaalaH = that time ;shivaH = which; apisyaat = come; mama = to me idaaniim = now; shoka kshhayaH = that will bring an end to my sorrows; pashyayam = and I shall see; raaghavam = Rama;sabhaaryam = with his wife;saha bhraataa = along with his brother; iha = here.

“When that auspicious hour will come to me that will bring an end to my sorrows and I shall see Rama with his wife and brother returning here?” .

श्रुत्वा एव उपस्थितौ वीरौ कदा अयोध्या भविष्यति |
यशस्विनी हृष्ट जना सूच्च्रित ध्वज मालिनी || २-४३-१०
shrutvaa eva upasthitau viirau kadaa ayodhyaa bhaviShyati |
yashasvinii hR^iShTa janaa suucchrita dhvaja maalinii || 2-43-10


Show Description: Sloka 2.43.10

10. shrutvaiva = hearing; upashtiton = the presence ; viirou = of Rama and Lakshmana;the heroes; kadaa = when all; yashasvinii = the famous ; Ayodhya = city of Ayodhya; bhavishhyati = will transform; hR^ishhTajanaa = into a city with people thrilling with rapture; suuchchhrita dhvaja maalinii = and be adorned with rows of towering banners.

“When will Ayodhya regain her pristine glory, with people thrilling with rapture and be adorned with rows of towering banners the moment it hears of the two heroic princes (Rama and Lakshmana) being present ? ” .

कदा प्रेक्ष्य नर व्याघ्राव् अरण्यात् पुनर् आगतौ |
नन्दिष्यति पुरी हृष्टा समुद्रैव पर्वणि || २-४३-११
kadaa prekShya nara vyaaghraav araNyaat punar aagatau |
nandiShyati purii hR^iShTaa samudraiva parvaNi || 2-43-11


Show Description: Sloka 2.43.11

11. kadaa = when will; purii = this city ;nandishhyati = rejoice; samudra iva = like an ocean; hR^ishhTaa = swelling jubilantly ;parvaNi = on a full moon night ; prekshhya = to perceive;naravyaaghrou = the two princes who are tigers among men ; aagaton = come; punaH = back; araNyaat = from the forest?”.

“When will the city rejoice like an ocean swelling jubilantly on a full moon night to perceive the two princes who are tigers among men come back from the forest? ” .

कदा अयोध्याम् महा बाहुः पुरीम् वीरः प्रवेक्ष्यति |
पुरः कृत्य रथे सीताम् वृषभो गो वधूम् इव || २-४३-१२
kadaa ayodhyaam mahaa baahuH puriim viiraH pravekShyati |
puraH kR^itya rathe siitaam vR^iShabho go vadhuum iva || 2-43-12


Show Description: Sloka 2.43.12

12. kadaa = when will ; mahaabaahuH = the mighty armed; viiraH = hero(Rama);pravekshhyati = enter; ayodhyaa puriim = the city of Ayodhya; puraskR^tya siitaam = placing Sita in front; rathe = in the chariot ;govadhuumiva = as a cow; vR^ishhabhaH = by a bull?”

“When will the mighty armed hero (Rama) enter the city of Ayodhya placing Sita in his front in the chariot as a bull would follow a cow?” .

कदा प्राणि सहस्राणि राज मार्गे मम आत्मजौ |
लाजैः अवकरिष्यन्ति प्रविशन्ताव् अरिम् दमौ || २-४३-१३
kadaa praaNi sahasraaNi raaja maarge mama aatmajau |
laajaiH avakariShyanti pravishantaav arim damau || 2-43-13


Show Description: Sloka 2.43.13

13. kadaa = when will; praNisahasraaNi = thousands of men; avakirishhyanti = shower ; laajaiH = the parched grains of paddy; raaja maarge = on the royal highway; mama = my; aatmajou = two sons(Rama and Lakshmana) ; arindamou = the subduer of their enemies; pravishantou = entering the city?”

“When will thousands of men shower the parched grains of paddy on the royal highway over my two sons (Rama and Lakshmana) the subduer of their enemies, entering the city?” .

प्रविशनौ कदाऽपियोध्याम् द्रक्ष्यामि शुभकुण्डता |
उदग्रायुधनिस्त्रींशौ सशृङ्गाविव पर्वतौ || २-४३-१४
pravishanau kadaa.apiyodhyaam drakshyaami shubhakuNDataa |
udagraayudhanistrii.nshau sashR^iN^gaaviva parvatau || 2-43-14


Show Description: Sloka 2.43.14

14. kadaa = when ; drakshhyaami = shall I see; shubhakuNdataa = (the two princes)adorned with splendid ear-rings;udagraayudha mistrimshou = and armed with excellent bows and swords; pravishantou = entering; ayodhyaam = Ayodhya;parvataaviva = like(a pair of mountains) ;sashR^ngou = crowned with peaks?”

“When shall I see the two princes adorned with splendid ear-rings and armed with excellent bows and swords, entering Ayodhya like a pair of mountains crowned with peaks?” .

कदा सुमनसः कन्या द्विजातीनाम् फलानि च |
प्रदिशन्त्यः पुरीम् हृष्टाः करिष्यन्ति प्रदक्षिणम् || २-४३-१५
kadaa sumanasaH kanyaa dvijaatiinaam phalaani ca |
pradishantyaH puriim hR^iShTaaH kariShyanti pradakShiNam || 2-43-15


Show Description: Sloka 2.43.15

15. kadaa = when will; pradikshhiNam karishhyati = they make rounds clockwise of; puriim = the city; hR^IshhTaaH = with rejoice; pradikshhantaH = giving away; sumanasaH = flowers; phalaaricha = and fruits; kanyaa dvijaatiinaam = to virgins and brahmanas?”

“When will those two princes with Sita merrily go round the city clockwise, giving away flowers and fruits to virgins and brahmanas?” .

कदा परिणतः बुद्ध्या वयसा च अमर प्रभः |
अभ्युपैष्यति धर्मज्ञः त्रिवर्षैव माम् ललन् || २-४३-१६
kadaa pariNataH buddhyaa vayasaa ca amara prabhaH |
abhyupaiShyati dharmaGYaH trivarShaiva maam lalan || 2-43-16


Show Description: Sloka 2.43.16

16. kadaa = when will; dharmaGyaH = the pious Rama; pariNataH = grown ripe; buddhyaa = in intellect; amaraprabhaH = and shining like a god; vayasaacha = in point of age; abhyupaishhyati = return; maam = to me; lalan = cherishing (the world); trivarshhaH iva = like the propitious and timely rain?” (Literally trivarshha ” means three consecutive showers favorable to crops).

“When will the pious Rama, grown ripe in intellect and shining like a god in point of age ,return to me, cherishing the world like the proportious and timely rain?” .

निह्संशयम् मया मन्ये पुरा वीर कदर्यया |
पातु कामेषु वत्सेषु मातृऋणाम् शातिताः स्तनाः || २-४३-१७
nihsa.nshayam mayaa manye puraa viira kadaryayaa |
paatu kaameShu vatseShu maatR^iR^iNaam shaatitaaH stanaaH || 2-43-17


Show Description: Sloka 2.43.17

17. nissamshayam = undoubtedly;puraa = in some past life; kadaryayaa = through mean mindedness; viira = oh valiant king; stanaaH = the teats ; maatR^iiNaam = of mothers; shaatitaaH = were cut off; mayaa = by me; vatseshhu = while their calves; paatukaameshhu = were longing to suck them.”

“Undoubtedly in some past life, through mean-mindedness, Oh, valiant king, I believe that the teats of cows were cut off by me while their calves were longing to suck them.” .

सा अहम् गौर् इव सिम्हेन विवत्सा वत्सला कृता |
कैकेय्या पुरुष व्याघ्र बाल वत्सा इव गौर् बलात् || २-४३-१८
saa aham gaur iva simhena vivatsaa vatsalaa kR^itaa |
kaikeyyaa puruSha vyaaghra baala vatsaa iva gaur balaat || 2-43-18


Show Description: Sloka 2.43.18

18. purushhavyaaghra = Oh; Tiger among heroes! vatsalaa = fond of my child; gouriva = like a cow; saa aham = I as such ; kR^itaa = who made; balata = forcibly; vivatsaaH = deprived of my child;kaikeyyea = by Kaikeyi; gouriva = as a cow; baalavatsaa = having a calf of tender age; simhena = by a lion.”

“Oh, tiger among heroes! Fond of my child like a cow, I, as such was forcibly deprived of my child by Kaikeyi in the same way as a cow having a calf of tender age may be deprived of her calf by a lion.” .

न हि तावद् गुणैः जुष्टम् सर्व शास्त्र विशारदम् |
एक पुत्रा विना पुत्रम् अहम् जीवितुम् उत्सहे || २-४३-१९
na hi taavad guNaiH juShTam sarva shaastra vishaaradam |
eka putraa vinaa putram aham jiivitum utsahe || 2-43-19


Show Description: Sloka 2.43.19

19. aham = I; na utsahehi = cannot indeed wish; jiivitum = to survive; putram vinaa = without my son; eka putra = the only son; jushhTam = who is adorned; taavadguNaiH = with all virtues; sarva shaastra vishaaradam = well-versed in all scriptures.”

“I cannot indeed wish to survive without my only son who is adorned with all virtues and is well-versed in all scriptures.” .

न हि मे जीविते किंचित् सामर्थम् इह कल्प्यते |
अपश्यन्त्याः प्रियम् पुत्रम् महा बाहुम् महा बलम् || २-४३-२०
na hi me jiivite ki.ncit saamartham iha kalpyate |
apashyantyaaH priyam putram mahaa baahum mahaa balam || 2-43-20


Show Description: Sloka 2.43.20

20. na kimchit = not the least; saamarthyam = capacity; kalpyatehi = is indeed imaginable; me = in me; jiivite = to live; iha = here; apashyantyaaH = so long as I do not see; priyam putram = my beloved son; mahaa baahum = who is mighty armed; mahaabalam = and of great strength.”

“There is not the least capacity imaginable in me to sustain my life here so long as I fail to perceive my beloved son (Rama) who is mighty armed and Lakshmana of great strength” .

अयम् हि माम् दीपयते समुत्थितः |
तनूज शोक प्रभवो हुत अशनः |
महीम् इमाम् रश्मिभिर् उत्तम प्रभो |
यथा निदाघे भगवान् दिवा करः || २-४३-२१
ayam hi maam diipayate samutthitaH |
tanuuja shoka prabhavo huta ashanaH |
mahiim imaam rashmibhir uttama prabho |
yathaa nidaaghe bhagavaan divaa karaH || 2-43-21


Show Description: Sloka 2.43.21

21. ayam = This; hutaashaH = fire; tanuuja shoka prabhavaH = born of grief occasioned by separation from my son; diipayate = is torturing; maam = me; bhagavaan = as the illustrious; divaakaraH = sun; uddhata prabhaH = possessed of greatest splendor; rashmibhiH = by its rays; samutthitaH = appears; imaam mahiim yathaa = as to this earth; nidaaghe = in summer.”

“This fire born of grief occasioned by separation from my son, is torturing me in the same way as the illustrious sun, possessed of greatest splendor, scorches this earth with its rays in summer.” .

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