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Srimad Vālmīki Rāmāyaṇa | Yuddha Kāṇḍa ~ Sarga 65 of 128

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Yuddha Kanda : book of war || Total Sargas (or) Chapters: 128

Abstract: The battle in Lanka between the monkey and the demon armies of Rama and Ravana, respectively. After Ravana is defeated, Sita undergoes the test of fire, completes exile with Rama, and they return to Ayodhya to reign over the Ideal State.

Sarga (chapter): 65 of 128 || śloka (verses): 57

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Vālmīki (Sanskrit: वाल्मीकि)

Vālmīki (Sanskrit: वाल्मीकि)

Introduction

Kumbhakarna rebukes Mahodara for rendering a wrong advice to Ravana. He asserts Ravana, saying that he will annihilate Rama in battle. Ravana gets pleased and orders Kumbhakarna to wipe off the monkeys together with Rama and Lakshmana in battle. Then, Ravana arranged for ornamentation of the various limbs of Kumbhakarna with various types of jewellery, before sending him to the battle. As Kumbhakarna sallies forth to the battle, several bad omens appear on all sides. Kumbhakarna disregards these portents and marches ahead for the battle. Seeing the colossal form of Kumbhakarna, all the monkeys get frightened and take to their heels.

स तथोक्तस्तु निर्भर्त्स्य कुम्भकर्णो महोदरम् |
अब्रवीद्राक्षसश्रेष्ठं भ्रातरम् रावणं ततः || ६-६५-१
sa tathoktastu nirbhartsya kumbhakarNo mahodaram |
abraviidraakShasashreShThaM bhraataram raavaNa.n tataH || 6-65-1


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.1

1. kumbhakarna = Kumbhakarna; tathaa = thus; uktaH = spoken; nirbhartasya = rebuked; mahodaram = Mahodara; tataH = and then; abraviit = spoke; bhraataram = to his brother; raavanam = Ravana; raakSasashreTham = the chief of demons.

Hearing the words of Mahodara, Kumbhakarna rebuked him and then spoke to his brother, Ravana, the chief of demons (as follows): .

सोऽहम् तव भयं घोरम् वधात्तस्य दुरात्मनः |
रामस्याद्य प्रमार्जामि निर्वैरस्त्वम् सुखीभव || ६-६५-२
so.aham tava bhayaM ghoram vadhaattasya duraatmanaH |
raamasyaadya pramaarjaami nirvairastvam sukhiibhava || 6-65-2


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.2

2. vadhaat = by annihilation; tasya = of that; duraatmanaH = evil-minded; raamasya = Rama; saH aham = I as such; pramarjaami = wipe off; tava = your; ghoram = terrific; bhayam = fear; adya = today; bhava = be; sukhii = happy; nirvairaH hi = indeed free enmity.

“By annihilation of that evil-minded Rama, I will wipe-off your terrifc fear today. Be happy, indeed without any enmity.” .

गर्जन्ति न वृथा शूर निर्जला इव तोयदाः |
पश्य सम्पाद्यमानम् तु गर्जितम् युधि कर्मणा || ६-६५-३
garjanti na vR^ithaa shuura nirjalaa iva toyadaaH |
pashya sampaadyamaanam tu garjitam yudhi karmaNaa || 6-65-3


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.3

3. shuuraaH = warriors; nagarjanti = do not roar; vR^ittaa = in vain; nirjalaaH toyadaaH iva = like water-less clouds; pashyas = see; garjitum = the roar; sampadyamaanam = on completion; karmaNaa = of work; yudhi = in battle.

“Warriors do not roar in vain as waterless clouds. Hear my roar, only on completion of my said task in battle.” .

न मर्षयति चात्मानम् सम्भावयति नात्मना |
अदर्शयित्वा शूरास्तु कर्म कुर्वन्ति दुष्करम् || ६-६५-४
na marShayati chaatmaanam sambhaavayati naatmanaa |
adarshayitvaa shuuraastu karma kurvanti duShkaram || 6-65-4


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.4

4. shuuraaH = warriors; na marSayanti = do not indulge; sambhaavayitum = in thinking highly; aatmaanam aatmanaa = of themselves by themselves; adarshayitvaa = without showing; kurvanti = they do; duSkaram karma = difficult act.

“Warriors do not indulge in eulogizing themselves. They do difficult acts, without a show.” .

विक्लवानामबुद्धीनाम् राञां पण्डितमानिनाम् |
शृण्वतामादित इदम् त्वद्विधानां महोदर || ६-६५-५
viklavaanaamabuddhiinaam raaJNaaM paNDitamaaninaam |
shR^iNvataamaadita idam tvadvidhaanaaM mahodara || 6-65-5


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.5

5. mahodara = O; Mahodara!; kathyamaanam tvadvachaH = your narrated words; nityam rochate = are always agreeable; raaJNaam = to kings; viklabaanaam = who are confused; paN^Dita maaninaan = who fancy themselves as the learned; abuddhiinaam = and who are stupid.

“O Mahodara! Your words may be agreeable to those kings who are confused, who fancy themselves as the learned, and who themselves are stupid.” .

युद्धे कापुरुषैर्नित्यं भवद्भिः प्रियवादिभिः |
राजानमनुगच्छद्भिः कृत्यमेतद्विनाशितम् || ६-६५-६
yuddhe kaapuruShairnityaM bhavadbhiH priyavaadibhiH |
raajaanamanugachchhadbhiH kR^ityametadvinaashitam || 6-65-6


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.6

6. bhavadbhiH = by you; kaapuruSaiH = whoa re cowards; yuddhe = in battle; nityam priyavaadibhiH = always speaking pleasantly; anugachchhadbhiH = and go according to the wishes of; raajaanam = the king; sarvam = the entire; kR^ityam = undertaking; vinaashitam = has been spoiled.

“You are all cowards in battle. You always speak pleasantly and go according to the wishes of the king. You, as such, have spoiled all the undertakings.” .

राजशेषा कृता लङ्का क्षीणः कोशो बलम् हतम् |
राजानमिममासाद्य सुहृच्चिह्नममित्रकम् || ६-६५-७
raajasheShaa kR^itaa laN^kaa kShiiNaH kosho balam hatam |
raajaanamimamaasaadya suhR^ichchihnamamitrakam || 6-65-7


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.7

7. aasaadya = getting possession of; imam = of this; raajaanam = king; suhR^ichchihnam = who has friends merely for a name-sake; amitrakam = and behaving unfiendly; dhanaagaaram = the treasury; kSiNam = has weakened; balam = the army; hatam = has been killed; laN^kaa = Lanka; kR^itaa = has been made; raajaseSaa = with the king alone left.

“Having access to this king, who has friends merely for a name-sake as also behaving unfriendly, the treasury got depleted, the army destroyed and king alone is left the Lanka.” .

एष निर्याम्यहम् युद्धमुद्यतः शत्रुनिर्जये |
दुर्नयं भवतामद्य समीकर्तुं महाहवे || ६-६५-८
eSha niryaamyaham yuddhamudyataH shatrunirjaye |
durnayaM bhavataamadya samiikartuM mahaahave || 6-65-8


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.8

8. udyataH = intent on; shatrunirjaye = conquering the enemies; eSaH aham = I; niryaami = sally forth; adya = today; yuddham = for the battle; samiikartum = to set right; bhavatiim = your; durnayam = imprudent policy.

“Intent on conquering the enemy, I sally for the battle today to set right your imprudent policy.” .

एवमुक्तवतो वाक्यम् कुम्भकर्णस्य धीमतः |
प्रत्युवाच ततो वाक्यं प्रहसन्राक्षसाधिपः || ६-६५-९
evamuktavato vaakyam kumbhakarNasya dhiimataH |
pratyuvaacha tato vaakyaM prahasanraakShasaadhipaH || 6-65-9


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.9

9. evam = thus; uktavataH = spoken; dhiimataH kumbhakarNasya vaakyam = the words of the intellectual Kumbhakarna; raakSasaadhipaH = the king of demons; tataH = then; prahasan = bursting into laughter; pratyuvaacha = replied; vaakyam = in (follwoing) words:

Hearing the words of the intellectual Kumbhakarna, Ravana the king of demons, bursting into laughter, replied as follows: .

महोदरोऽयम् रामात्तु परित्रस्तो न संशयः |
न हि रोचयते तात युद्धम् युद्धविशारद || ६-६५-१०
mahodaro.ayam raamaattu paritrasto na saMshayaH |
na hi rochayate taata yuddham yuddhavishaarada || 6-65-10


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.10

10. taata = O dear brother; yuddhavishaarada = well-versed in the art of warfare!; ayam = this; mahodaraH = Mahodara; paritrastaH = is frightened; raamaat = of Rama; na samshayaH = there is no doubt; na rochayate hi = indeed; he is not inclined; yuddham = of war.

“O dear brother, well-versed in the art of war-fare! This Mahodara is frightened of Rama. There is no doubt. He is not indeed inclined of a war.” .

कश्चिन्मे त्वत्समो नास्ति सौहृदेन बलेन च |
गच्छ शत्रुवधाय त्वम् कुम्भकर्णजयाय च || ६-६५-११
kashchinme tvatsamo naasti sauhR^idena balena cha |
gachchha shatruvadhaaya tvam kumbhakarNajayaaya cha || 6-65-11


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.11

11. kumbhakarNa = O Kumbhakarna!; kashchit naasti = none; tvatsamaH = is equal to you; me = for me; sauhR^idena = in friendship; balenacha = and strength; tvam = you; gachchha = proceed; shatruvadhaaya = for destroying the enemies; jayaaya = and for achieving victory.

“O Kumbhakarna! None is equal to you in friendship and strength, in my eyes. You march to the battlefield for destroying the enemies and for achieving victory.” .

शयानः शत्रुनाशार्थम् भवान् सम्बोधितो मया |
आयम् हि कालः सुमहान् राक्षानामरिंदम || ६-६५-१२
shayaanaH shatrunaashaartham bhavaan sambodhito mayaa |
aayam hi kaalaH sumahaan raakShaanaamari.ndama || 6-65-12


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.12

12. arindama = O destroyer of enemies!; bhavaan = you; shayaanaH = who were sleeping; sambodhitaH = were awaken; mayaa = by me; shatrunashaartham = for the purpose of destroying the enemies; ayam = this; sumahaan kaalaH hi = is indeed a grand time; raakSasaanaam = for demons.

“O destroyer of enemies! You, who were sleeping, were awakened by me, for the purpose of destroying the enemies. This is indeed a grand time for our demons.” .

तद्गच्छ शूलमादाय पाशहस्त इवान्तकः |
वानरान् राजपुत्रौ च भक्षयादित्यतेजसौ || ६-६५-१३
tadgachchha shuulamaadaaya paashahasta ivaantakaH |
vaanaraan raajaputrau cha bhakShayaadityatejasau || 6-65-13


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.13

13. tat = therefore; gachchha = go; antakaH iva = like Yama the god of death; aadaaya = by taking; shuulam = a dart; paasha hastaH = and a noose in hand; bhakSaya = devour; vaanaraan = the monkeys; raajaputrau = and the princes; aaditya tejasau = whose splendour is like that of the sun.

“Therefore, go like Yama the god of death, by taking a dart and a noose in your hand. Devour the monkeys and the princes whose splendour is like that of the sun.” .

समालोक्य तु ते रूपम् विद्रविष्यन्ति वानराः |
रामलक्ष्मणयोश्चापि हृदये प्रस्फुटिष्यतः || ६-६५-१४
samaalokya tu te ruupam vidraviShyanti vaanaraaH |
raamalakShmaNayoshchaapi hR^idaye prasphuTiShyataH || 6-65-14


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.14

14. samaalokya = by seeing; te = your; ruupam = very form; vaanaraaH = the monkeys; vidraviSyanti = will run away; hR^idayechaapi = the hearts; raama lakSmaNayoH = of Rama and Lakshmana; prasphuTiSyataH = will get broken asunder.

“By seeing your very form, the monkeys will run away. The hearts of Rama and Lakshmana will get broken asunder.” .

एवमुक्त्वा महातेजाः कुम्भकर्णम् महाब्लम् |
पुनर्जातमिवात्मानम् मेने राक्षसपुम्गवः || ६-६५-१५
evamuktvaa mahaatejaaH kumbhakarNam mahaablam |
punarjaatamivaatmaanam mene raakShasapumgavaH || 6-65-15


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.15

15. raakSasapuN^gavaH = the king of demons; mahaatejaaH = with great energy; evam = thus; uktvaa = speaking; mahaabalam kumbhakarNam = to the mighty Kumbhakarna; mene = thought; aatmaanam = himself; jaatam iva = as though he was born; punaH = again.

Ravana, the king of demons, having a great energy, thus speaking to the mighty Kumbhakarna, thought himself as though he was born again. .

कुम्भकर्णबलाभिज्ञो जानंस्तस्य पराक्रमम् |
बभूव मुदितो राजा शशाङ्क इव निर्मलः || ६-६५-१६
kumbhakarNabalaabhijJNo jaana.nstasya paraakramam |
babhuuva mudito raajaa shashaaN^ka iva nirmalaH || 6-65-16


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.16

16. raajaa = the king; kumbhakarNa balaabhiJNaH = knowing the strength of Kumbhakarna; jaanan = and recognising; tasya = his; paraakramam = prowess; muditaH = was delighted; babhuuva = and became; nirmalaH = bright; shashaaNkaH iva = as the moon.

The king, knowing the strength and prowess of Kumbhakarna, was delighted and became as bright as the moon. .

इत्येवमुक्तः सम्हृष्टो निर्जगाम महाबलः |
राज्ञ्स्तु वचनम् श्रुत्वा योद्धुमुद्युक्तवांस्तदा || ६-६५-१७
ityevamuktaH samhR^iShTo nirjagaama mahaabalaH |
raajJNstu vachanam shrutvaa yoddhumudyuktavaa.nstadaa || 6-65-17


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.17

17. ityevam = thus; uktaH = spoken to; (by Ravana); mahaabalaH = the mighty Kumbhakarna; samhR^iSTaH = highly delighted; nirjagaama = sallied forth; shrutvaa = hearing; raaJNaH = the king’s; vachanam = speech; tadaa = at that time; udyuktvaan = (he) was ready; yoddhum = to fight.

Some were drowned in the ocean. Some had recourse into the caves. Some others escaped. Some could not even stand stable on the ground. Some fell down. Some lied .

आददे निशितम् शूलं वेगाच्छत्रुनिबर्हणः |
सर्वकालायसम् दीप्तं तप्तकाञ्चनभूषणम् || ६-६५-१८
aadade nishitam shuulaM vegaachchhatrunibarhaNaH |
sarvakaalaayasam diiptaM taptakaaJNchanabhuuShaNam || 6-65-18


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.18

18. shatrunibarhaNaH = Kumbhakarna; the annihilator of enemies; vegaat = speedily; aadade = took up; nishitam = a sharp; shuulam = spike; sarvakaalaayasam = made completely with iron; diiptam = splendidly shining; taptakaaN^chana bhuuSaNam = and adorned with pure gold.

Kumbhakarna, the annihilator of enemies, speedily took up a sharp spike fully made of iron, adorned with pure gold and splendidly shining. .

इन्द्राशनिसमं भीमम् वज्रप्रतिमगौरवम् |
देवदानवगन्धर्वयक्षकिंनरसूदनम् || ६-६५-१९
रक्तमाल्य महादाम स्वतश्चोद्गतपावकम् |
आदाय निशितम् शूलं शत्रुशोणितरञ्जितम् || ६-६५-२०
कुम्भकर्णो महातेजा रावणम् वाक्यमब्रवीत् |
indraashanisamaM bhiimam vajrapratimagauravam |
devadaanavagandharvayakShakiMnarasuudanam || 6-65-19
raktamaalya mahaadaama svatashchodgatapaavakam |
aadaaya nishitam shuulaM shatrushoNitaraJNjitam || 6-65-20
kumbhakarNo mahaatejaa raavaNam vaakyamabraviit |


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.19,6.65.20

19; 20. aadaaya = taking hold of; vipulam = that large; shuulam = spike; shatrushoNita raN^jitam = tinted with the blood of enemies; indraashanisamprakhyam = shining like Indra’s thunderbolt; vajrapratima gauravam = and equally heavy as a thunderbolt; devadaanava gandharva yakSapannagasundanam = capable of tormenting celestials; demons; Gandharvas the celestial musicians; Yakshas; a class of demi gods; and Nagas teh celectials serpents; raktamaalya mahaadhaama = wreathed in garlands of crimson flowers with excessive splendour; udgatapaavakam = and emitted flames; svataH = by itself naturally; kumbhakarNaH = Kumbhakarna; mahaatejaH = of great brilliance; abraviit = spoke; raavaNam = to Ravana; vaakyam = the following words:

Taking hold of that large spike tinted with the blood of enemies, shining like Indra’s thunderbolt and equally heavy, capable of tormenting celestials, demons, Gandharvas, the celestial musicians, Yakshas a class of demi-gods and Nagas the celestial serpents, wreathed in garlands of crimson flowers with excessive splendour and emitting flames by itself naturally, Kumbhakarna of great brilliance spoke to Ravana the following words: .

गमिष्याम्यहमेकाकी तिष्ठत्विह बलं महत् || ६-६५-२१
अद्य तान्क्षुधितः क्रुद्धो भक्षयिष्यामि वानरान् |
gamiShyaamyahamekaakii tiShThatviha balaM mahat || 6-65-21
adya taankShudhitaH kruddho bhakShayiShyaami vaanaraan |


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.21

21. mahat balam = let this large army; tiSThatu = stay; iha = here; aham = I; gamiSyaami = shall go; ekaakii = alone; kshudhitaH kruddhaH = I; angry with hunger; bhakSayiSyaami = shall devour; taan = those; vaanaraan = monkeys; adya = now.

“Let this large army stay back here. I shall go all alone. Being angry with hunger, I shall devour those monkeys now.” .

कुम्भकर्णवचः श्रुत्वा रावणो वाक्यमब्रवीत् || ६-६५-२२
सैन्यैः परिवृतो गच्छ शूलमुद्गलपाणिभिः |
kumbhakarNavachaH shrutvaa raavaNo vaakyamabraviit || 6-65-22
sainyaiH parivR^ito gachchha shuulamudgalapaaNibhiH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.22

22. shrutvaa = hearing; kumbhakarNa vachaH = the words of Kumbhakarna; raavaNaH = Ravana; abraviit = spoke; vaakyam = these words; parivR^itaH = endowed; sainyaiH = with army; shuula mudgara paaNibhiH = with spikes and hammers in hand; gachchha = go (to the battle-field).

Hearing the words of Kumbhakarna, Ravana said, “Go along with army, with their spikes and hammers in hand.” .

वानरा हि महात्मानः शीघ्राश्च व्यवसायिनः || ६-६५-२३
एकाकिनं प्रमत्तम् वा नयेयुर्दशनैः क्षयम् |
vaanaraa hi mahaatmaanaH shiighraashcha vyavasaayinaH || 6-65-23
ekaakinaM pramattam vaa nayeyurdashanaiH kShayam |


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.23

23.vaanaraaH = the monkeys; mahaatmaanaH = with their huge bodes; shuuraaH = the warriors; suryavasaayinaH = having a much determination; dashanaiH = with their teeth; nayanti kSayam = will arrange for destruction; (of those); ekaakinam = who are either alone; pramattamvaa = or off one’s guard.

“The monkeys, with their huge bodies, valiant, with a much determination and with their teeth, will destroy anyone who is either alone or off one’s guard.” .

तस्मात्परमदुर्धर्षैः सैन्यैः परिवृतो व्रज || ६-६५-२४
रक्षसामहितम् सर्वं शत्रुपक्षं निसूदय |
tasmaatparamadurdharShaiH sainyaiH parivR^ito vraja || 6-65-24
rakShasaamahitam sarvaM shatrupakShaM nisuudaya |


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.24

24. tasmaat = therefore; parivR^itaH = enveloped; sainyaiH = with your army; vraja = go; parama durdharSaH = as a person very difficult to be assaulted; niSuudaya = destroy; sarvam = the entire; shatrupakSam = enemy-side; ahitam = which is inimical; rakSasaam = to the demons.

“Therefore, go along with your troops as a person who is very difficult to be assaulted. Destroy the entire enemy-side, which in inimical to our demons.” .

अथासनात्समुत्पत्य स्रजं मणिकृतान्तराम् || ६-६५-२५
आबबन्ध महातेजाः कुम्भकर्णस्य रावणः |
athaasanaatsamutpatya srajaM maNikR^itaantaraam || 6-65-25
aababandha mahaatejaaH kumbhakarNasya raavaNaH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.25

25. samutpatya = rising up swiftly; aasanaat = from his throne; raavaNaH = Ravana; mahaatejaaH = endowed with a great energy; atha = then; aababandha = tied on; kumbhakarNasya = to Kumbhakarna; srajam = a necklace; maNikR^itaantaraam = studded with a course of jewels.

Rising up swiftly from his throne, Ravana endowed with a great energy, then placed around the neck of Kumbhakarna, a necklace studded with a course of jewels. .

अञ्गदानङ्गुलीवेष्टान्वराण्याभरणानि च || ६-६५-२६
हारम् च शशिसम्ण्काशमाबबन्ध महात्मनः |
aJNgadaanaN^guliiveShTaanvaraaNyaabharaNaani cha || 6-65-26
haaram cha shashisamNkaashamaababandha mahaatmanaH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.26

26. (Ravana) aababandha = bonded; aN^gadaani = Armlets; aN^guliiveSTaan = rings; varaaNiaabharaaNicha = excellent ornaments; haaramcha = and a chain; shashisamkaasham = which was handsome; mahaatmanaH = to the great souled Kumbhakarna.

Ravana placed on the person of Kumbhakarna, armlets, rings, excellent jewellery and a handsome chain. .

दिव्यानि च सुगन्धीनि माल्यदामानि रावणः || ६-६५-२७
गात्रेषु सज्जयामास श्रीमती चास्य कुण्डले |
divyaani cha sugandhiini maalyadaamaani raavaNaH || 6-65-27
gaatreShu sajjayaamaasa shriimatii chaasya kuNDale |


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.27

27. raavaNaH = Ravana; sajjayaamaasa = arranged for ornamentation; asya = of his; gaatreSu = limbs; divyaani sugandhiini maalyadaani = with beautiful and sweet smelling garlands; kuN^Dalecha = and ear-rings; shrotrayoH = to his ears.

Ravana arranged for ornamentation of his limbs with beautiful and sweet-smelling garlands as well as ear-rings to his ears. .

काञ्चनाङ्गदकेयूरो निष्काभरणभूषितः || ६-६५-२८
कुम्भकर्णो बृहत्कर्णः सुहुतोऽग्निरिवाबभौ |
kaaJNchanaaN^gadakeyuuro niShkaabharaNabhuuShitaH || 6-65-28
kumbhakarNo bR^ihatkarNaH suhuto.agnirivaababhau |


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.28

28. KumbhakarNaH = Kumbhakarna; bR^ihatkarNaH = with large ears; kaaNchana aN^gada keyuura niSkaabharaNa bhuuSitaH = adorned with golden armlets and bracelets worn on his upper arms along with ornament for his breast; aababhau = shone; agniriva = like fire; suhutaH = well = fed with oblations.

Kumbhakarna with large ears, adorned with golden armlets and bracelets worn on his upper arms along with ornament for his breast, shone like fire, well-fed with oblations. .

श्रोणीसूत्रेण महता मेचकेन विराजितः || ६-६५-२९
अमृतोत्पादने नद्धो भुजङ्गेनेव मन्दरः |
shroNiisuutreNa mahataa mechakena viraajitaH || 6-65-29
amR^itotpaadane naddho bhujaN^geneva mandaraH |


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.29

29. mahataa = with a large; mechakena = black; viraajitaa = and shining; shroNiisuutreNa = string worn round his loins; mandoraH iva = he was looking like Mount Mandara; naddhaH = encircled; bhujangena = at the time of churning the ambrosia.

With a large, black and shining string worn round his loins, he was looking like Mount Mandara encircled by a serpent at the time of churning the ambrosia. .

स काञ्चनं भारसहं निवातं |
विद्युत्प्रभम् दीप्तमिवात्मभासा |
आबध्यमानः कवचम् रराज |
सन्ध्याभ्रसम्वीत इवाद्रिराजः || ६-६५-३०
sa kaaJNchanaM bhaarasahaM nivaataM |
vidyutprabham diiptamivaatmabhaasaa |
aabadhyamaanaH kavacham raraaja |
sandhyaabhrasamviita ivaadriraajaH || 6-65-30


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.30

30. aabadhyamaanaaH = secured; kaaN^chana kavacham = with a golden armour; bhaarasaham = carrying a great load; nivaatam = impentrable by weapons; diiptamiva = as if blazing; aatmatejasaa = with its own splendour; vidyut prabham = with flashing like lightning; saH = Kumbhakarna; raraaja = shone; adriraajaH iva = like a king of mountains; sandhyaabhrasamviitaH = joined with clouds at sunset.

Secured with a golden armour, carrying a great load, impenetrable by weapons and as if blazing with its own splendour with flashing like lightning, Kumbhakarna shone as a king of Mountains, enveloped by clouds at sunset. .

सर्वाभरणनद्धाङ्गः शूलपाणिः स राक्षसः |
त्रिविक्रमकृतोत्साहो नारायण इवाबभौ || ६-६५-३१
sarvaabharaNanaddhaaN^gaH shuulapaaNiH sa raakShasaH |
trivikramakR^itotsaaho naaraayaNa ivaababhau || 6-65-31


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.31

31. sarvaabharaNa sarvaaN^gaH = adorned with all ornaments to all his limbs; shuulapaaNiH = with a spike in his hand; saH = that; raakSasaH = demons; aababhau = shone; naaraayanaH iva = like Narayana; the all-embracing Lord; trivikrama kR^itotsaahaH = enthusiastic to take the three long strides (which were meant to cover the entire universe).

Adorned with all ornaments to all his limbs and with a spike in his hand, that demon shone like Narayana, the all-embracing Lord, enthusiastic to take the three long strides (which were meant to cover the entire universe). .

भ्रातरम् सम्परिष्वज्य कृत्वा चापि प्रदक्षिणम् |
प्रणम्य शिरसा तस्मै सम्प्रतस्थे महाबलिः || ६-६५-३२
bhraataram sampariShvajya kR^itvaa chaapi pradakShiNam |
praNamya shirasaa tasmai sampratasthe mahaabaliH || 6-65-32


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.32

32. sampariSyajya = embracing; bhraataram = his brother; pradakSinam kR^itvaa cha api = and even circumambulating him; mahaabalaH = the mighty; saH = Kumbhakarna; pratasthe = sallied forth; praNamya = after offering salutation; tasmai = to him; shirasaa = by bowing down with his head respectfully.

Embracing his brother and even circumambulating him, the mighty Kumbhakarna sallied forth, after offering salutation to him by bowing down to him respectfully. .

निष्पतन्तं महाकायं महानादं महाबलम् |
तमाशीर्भिः प्रशस्ताभिः प्रेषयामास रावणः || ६-६५-३३
niShpatantaM mahaakaayaM mahaanaadaM mahaabalam |
tamaashiirbhiH prashastaabhiH preShayaamaasa raavaNaH || 6-65-33


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.33

33. preSayaamaasa = (Ravana) sent off; mahaabalam = the mighty; kumbhakarNaH = Kumbhakarna; mahaakaayam = having a colossal body; niSpatantam = who was sallying forth; mahaanaadam = with a great sound; prashastaabhiH = and with laudable; aashiirbhiH = benedictions.

Ravana sent off the mighty Kumbhakarna, having a colossal body, who was then sallying forth, with a great sound (of drums and musical instruments) and with laudable benedictions. .

तम् गजैश्च तुरम्गैश्च स्यन्दनैश्चाम्बुदस्वनैः |
अनुजग्मुर्महात्मानम् रथिनो रथिनां वरम् || ६-६५-३४
tam gajaishcha turamgaishcha syandanaishchaambudasvanaiH |
anujagmurmahaatmaanam rathino rathinaaM varam || 6-65-34


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.34

34. shaNkhadundubhinirghoSaiH = with loud sounds of couches and kettle-drums; sainyaiH cha = with an army; varaayudhaiH = wielding excellent weapons; gajaishcha = with elephants; turaNgaishcha = with horses; syandanaishcha = and with chariots; ambudasvanaiH = having sounds of clouds; mahaatmaanaH = mighty; rathinaH = charioteers; anujagmuH = accompanied; tam = him; varam = who was the foremost; rathinaam = among the charioteers.

With loud sounds of counches and kettle-drums, with an army wielding excellent weapons, with elephants, with horses and with chariots making sounds of clouds, mighty charioteers accompanied him who was the foremost among the charioteers. .

सर्पैरुष्ट्रैः खरैरश्वैः सिम्हद्विपमृगद्विजैः |
अनुजग्मुश्च तम् घोरं कुम्भकर्णं महाबलम् || ६-६५-३५
sarpairuShTraiH kharairashvaiH simhadvipamR^igadvijaiH |
anujagmushcha tam ghoraM kumbhakarNaM mahaabalam || 6-65-35


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.35

35. anujagmuH = (those demons) followed; tam = that; ghoram = terrific; mahaabalam = and mighty; kumbhakarNam = Kumbhakarna; sarpaiH = on serpents; uSTraiH = camels; kharaischhaiva = donkeys; simhadvipa mR^igadvijaiH = lions; elephants; wild beasts and birds.

Those demons followed that terrific and mighty Kumbhakarna, mounting on serpents, camels donkeys, lions, elephants, wild beasts and birds. .

स पुष्पवर्णैरवकीर्यमाणो |
धृतातपत्रः शितशूलपाणिः |
मदोत्कटः शोणितगन्धमत्तो |
विनिर्ययौ दानवदेवशत्रुः || ६-६५-३६
sa puShpavarNairavakiiryamaaNo |
dhR^itaatapatraH shitashuulapaaNiH |
madotkaTaH shoNitagandhamatto |
viniryayau daanavadevashatruH || 6-65-36


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.36

36. saH = that Kumbhakarna; daanavadeva shatruH = the enemy of ogres and celestials; shita shuula paaNiH = wielding a sharp spike in his hand; viniryayau = while sallying forth; dhrutaatapatraH = over whose head a parasol was held; avakiiryamaaNaH puSpavarSaiH = covered with showers of blossoms; madotkaTaH = was excited with drink; shoNitagandha mattah = and intoxicated by the smell of blood.

That Kumbhakarna, the enemy of ogres and celestials, wielding a sharp spike in his hand, while sallying forth, over whose head a parasol was held and drink and intoxicated by the smell of blood. .

पदातयश बहवो महानादा महाबलाः |
अन्वयू राक्षसा भीमा भीमाक्षाः शस्त्रपाणयः || ६-६५-३७
padaatayasha bahavo mahaanaadaa mahaabalaaH |
anvayuu raakShasaa bhImaa bhiimaakShaaH shastrapaaNayaH || 6-65-37


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.37

37. bahavaH = many; raakSasaaH = demons; mahaasaaraaH = with great energy; mahaabalaaH = with great strength; bhiimaaH = with terrific form; bhiimaakSaaH = with fearful eyes; shastrapaaNayaH = and wielding weapons in their hands; anvayuH = accompanied; padaatayaH = as foot-soldiers.

Many demons, possessing a great energy and great strength, with terrific forms and fearful eyes, as also wielding weapons in their hands, accompanied him as foot-soldiers. .

रक्ताक्षाः सुमहाकाया नीलाञ्जनचयोपमाः |
शूरानुद्यम्य खड्गांश्च निशितांश्च परश्वधान् || ६-६५-३८
बहुव्यामांश्च परिघान् गदाश्च मुसलानि च |
तालस्कन्धांश्च विपुलान्क्षेपणीयान्दुरासदान् || ६-६५-३९
raktaakShaaH sumahaakaayaa niilaaJNjanachayopamaaH |
shuuraanudyamya khaDgaaMshcha nishitaaMshcha parashvadhaan || 6-65-38
bahuvyaamaaMshcha parighaan gadaashcha musalaani cha |
taalaskandhaaMshcha vipulaankShepaNiiyaanduraasadaan || 6-65-39


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.38,6.65.39

38; 39.raktaakSaaH = (they followed) with their red hot eyes; sumahaakaayaaH = with large colossal bodies; niilaaN^jana chayopamaaH = resembling a mass of collyrium in hue; udyamya = and lifting up; shuulaan = spikes; khaDgaamshcha = swords; nishitaan = sharp; parashvadhaan = axes; bhindipaalaamshcha = javelins; parighaan = iron rods; gadaashcha = maces; musalaanicha = mallets; vipulaan taalaskandhaamshcha = enormous trunks of palmyrah trees; kSepaNiiyaan = to be hurled at; duraasadaan = and difficult to be met.

The demons followed, with their red hot eyes, large colossal bodies resembling a mass of collyrium in hue, lifting up spikes, swords, sharp axes, javelins, iron rods, maces, mallets, enormous trunks of palmyrah trees to be hurled at and difficult to be met. .

अथान्यद्वपुरादाय दारुणम् लोमहर्षणम् |
निष्पपात महातेजाः कुम्भकर्णो महाबलः || ६-६५-४०
धनुःशतपरीणाहः स षट्शतसमुच्छितः |
रौद्रः शकटचक्राक्षो महापर्वतसंनिभः || ६-६५-४१
athaanyadvapuraadaaya daaruNam lomaharShaNam |
niShpapaata mahaatejaaH kumbhakarNo mahaabalaH || 6-65-40
dhanuHshatapariiNaahaH sa ShaTshatasamuchchhitaH |
raudraH shakaTachakraakSho mahaaparvatasaMnibhaH || 6-65-41


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.40,6.65.41

40; 41. atha = then; saH kumbhakarNaH = that Kumbhakarna; mahaatejaaH = of a great splendour; mahaabalaH = and a great strength; aadaaya = assuming; anyat vapuH = another body; daaruNam = of a formidable; ghoradarshanam = and terrific form; dhanuH shatapariiNaahaH = with a breadth of a hundred bows; SaTshatasamuchchhritaH = and six hundred bows in height; shakaTachakraakSaH = with eyes resembling the wheels of a cart; mahaaparvata samnibhaH = looking like a huge mountain; roudnraH = and terrible to look at niSpapaata = sallied forth.

Then, that Kumbhakarna, of a great splendour and a great strength, assuming another body of a formidable and terrific form, with a breadth of a hundred bows and six hundred bows in height, with his eyes resembling the wheels of a cart, looking like a huge mountain and terrible to look at, sallied forth. .

संनिपत्य च रक्षांसि दग्धशैलोपमो महान् |
कुम्भकर्णो महावक्त्रः प्रहसन्निदमब्रवीत् || ६-६५-४२
saMnipatya cha rakShaa.nsi dagdhashailopamo mahaan |
kumbhakarNo mahaavaktraH prahasannidamabraviit || 6-65-42


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.42

42. kumbhakarNaH = Kumbhakarna; mahaan = having a colossal body; mahaavaktraH = and a large mouth; dagdhashailopamaH = looking like a scorched hill; samnipatya = approaching; rakSaamsi = the demons; abraviit = spoke; prahasan = laughing loudly (the following words).

Kumbhakarna with his colossal body and a huge mouth, looking like a scorched hill, approaching the demons and laughing loudly, spoke as follows: .

अद्य वानरमुख्यानाम् तानि यूथानि भागशः |
निर्दहिष्यामि संक्रुद्धः शलभानिव पावकः || ६-६५-४३
adya vaanaramukhyaanaam taani yuuthaani bhaagashaH |
nirdahiShyaami saMkruddhaH shalabhaaniva paavakaH || 6-65-43


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.43

43. samkruddhaH = charged with anger; nirdahiSyaami = I shall burn up; taani = those; yuuthaani = troops; vaanaramukhyaan = of the foremost of monkeys; bhaagashchaH = in lots; adya = today; paavakaH iva = as a flash of ifre; (would burn up); pataN^gaaniva = the moths.

“Charged with anger, I shall burn up those troops of the foremost of monkeys, in lots today, as a flash of fire would burn up the moths.” .

नापराध्यन्ति मे कामम् वानरा वनचारिणः |
जातिरस्मद्विधानाम् सा पुरोद्यानविभूषणम् || ६-६५-४४
naaparaadhyanti me kaamam vaanaraa vanachaariNaH |
jaatirasmadvidhaanaam saa purodyaanavibhuuShaNam || 6-65-44


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.44

44. vaanaraaH = the monkeys; vanachaariNaH = roaming about in a forest; naaparaadhyanti kaamam = on their own accord; have not offended; me = me; saa jaatiH = that race of monkeys; purodyaanavibhuuSaNam = is an embellishment for gardens in city; asmadvidhaanam = like ours.

“The monkeys who are in the habit of roaming about in the woods, have not offended me of their own accord. That race of monkeys serves as an embellishment for the urban gardens in a city like ours.” .

पुररोधस्य मूलम् तु राघवः सहलक्ष्मणः |
हते तस्मिन्हतम् सर्वम् तं वधिष्यामि सम्युगे || ६-६५-४५
purarodhasya muulam tu raaghavaH sahalakShmaNaH |
hate tasminhatam sarvam taM vadhiShyaami samyuge || 6-65-45


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.45

45. raaghavaH = Rama; saha lakSmaNaH = together with Lakshmana; muulam = is the root-cause; purarodhasya = for attacking our city; tasmin hate = If he is killed; sarvam = all; hatam = is killed; vadhiSyaami = I shall kill; tam = that Rama; samyuge = in battle.

“Rama, together with Lakshmana, is the root-cause for the attack on our city. If he is killed, all will be destroyed. Therefore, I shall kill that Rama in battle.” .

एवम् तस्य ब्रुवाणस्य कुम्भकर्णस्य राक्षसाः |
नादम् चक्रुर्महाघोरं कम्पयन्त इवार्णवम् || ६-६५-४६
evam tasya bruvaaNasya kumbhakarNasya raakShasaaH |
naadam chakrurmahaaghoraM kampayanta ivaarNavam || 6-65-46


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.46

46. tasya kumbhakarNasya = that Kumbhakarna; evam = thus; bruvaaNasya = speaking; raakSasaaH = the demons; chakruH = made; mahaa ghoram = a very terrific; naadam = noise; aarNavam kampayantaH iva = as though making the ocean of tremble.

While Kumbhakarna was speaking in that way, the demons made a very terrific noise, as though they were agitating the ocean. .

तस्य निष्पततस्तूर्णम् कुम्भकर्णस्य धीमतः |
बभूवुर्घोररूपाणि निमित्तानि समन्ततः || ६-६५-४७
tasya niShpatatastuurNam kumbhakarNasya dhiimataH |
babhuuvurghoraruupaaNi nimittaani samantataH || 6-65-47


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.47

47. tasya dhiimataH kumbhakarNasya = as that intelligent Kumbhakarna; niSpatataH = was sallying forth; tuurNam = quickly; nimittaani = omens; ghora ruupaaNi = of terrific patterns; babhuuvaH = appeared; samantataH = on all sides.

As that intelligent Kumbhakarna was sallying forth quickly for the battle, omens of terrific patterns appeared on all sides. .

उल्काशनियुता मेघा विनेदुश्च सुदारुणाः |
ससागरवना चैव वसुधा समकम्पत || ६-६५-४८
ulkaashaniyutaa meghaa vinedushcha sudaaruNaaH |
sasaagaravanaa chaiva vasudhaa samakampata || 6-65-48


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.48

48. megharaH = clouds; gardabhaaruNaaH = ashy in colour like asses; ulkaashaniyutaaH = combined with meterors and strokes of lightning babhuuvuH = were formed; vasudhaacha = even the earth; samakamR^ita = trembled; sa saagara vanaa = together with its oceans and forests.

Clouds, ashy in colour like asses, combined with meteors and strokes of lightning appeared. Even the earth trembled, together with its oceans and forests. .

घोररूपाः शिवा नेदुः सज्वालकवलैर्मुखैः |
मण्डलान्यपसव्यानि बबन्धुश्च विहंगमाः || ६-६५-४९
ghoraruupaaH shivaa neduH sajvaalakavalairmukhaiH |
maNDalaanyapasavyaani babandhushcha vihaMgamaaH || 6-65-49


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.49

49. shivaaH = Jackals; ghoruupaaH = of terrific form; neduH = howled; sajvaalakabalaih = with flaming morsels; mukhaiH = in their mouths; vihamgamaaH = and birds; babandhuH = twirled; apasavyaani mandalaani = in circles from right to left.

Jackals of terrific form howled with flaming morsels in their mouths and birds twirled in circles from right to left. .

निष्पपात च गृध्रेऽस्य शूले वै पथि गच्छतः |
प्रास्फुरन्नयनम् चास्य सव्यो बाहुरकम्पत || ६-६५-५०
niShpapaata cha gR^idhre.asya shuule vai pathi gachchhataH |
praasphurannayanam chaasya savyo baahurakampata || 6-65-50


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.50

50. shuule = on the spike; asya = of Kumbhakarna; gachchhataH = sallying forth; pathi = along the road; gR^iddhraH = a vulture; niSpapaata = descended; asya = his; nayanam = (left) eye; praasphurat = twitched; savyaH = his left; baahuH = arm; akampata = throbbed.

A vulture descended on the spike of Kumbhakarna, as he was sallying forth along the road. His left eye twitched and his left arm throbbed. .

निष्पपात तदा चोक्ला ज्वलन्ती भीमनिस्वना |
आदित्यो निष्प्रभश्चासीन्न प्रवाति सुखोऽनिलः || ६-६५-५१
niShpapaata tadaa choklaa jvalantii bhiimanisvanaa |
aadityo niShprabhashchaasiinna pravaati sukho.anilaH || 6-65-51


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.51

51. tadaa = then; jvalantii = a blazing; ulkaa = meteor; niSpapaata = fell; bhiimaniH svanaa = with a dreadful noise; aadityaH cha = even the sun; aasiit = became; niSprabhaH = lusterless; anilaH = and the wind; na vaati cha = was not blowing; sukhaH = comfortably.

Then, a blazing meteor fell down with a dreadful noise. Even the sun became lusterless and the wind was not blowing comfortably. .

अचिन्तयन्महोत्पातानुत्थिताम्ल्लोमहर्षणान् |
निर्ययौ कुम्भकर्णस्तु कृतान्तबलचोदितः || ६-६५-५२
achintayanmahotpaataanutthitaamllomaharShaNaan |
niryayau kumbhakarNastu kR^itaantabalachoditaH || 6-65-52


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.52

52. achintayan = disregarding; mahotpaataan = those great portents; uditaan = indicated; roma harSaNaan = causing the hair to stand erect; kumbhakarNaHtu = Kumbhakarna on his part; niryayau = marched on; kR^itaanta balachoditaH = driven by the power of fate.

Disregarding those great portents indicated, causing the hair to stand erect, Kumbhakarna on his part marched on, driven by the power of fate. .

स लङ्घयित्वा प्राकारं पद्भ्यां पर्वतसंनिभः |
ददर्शाभ्रघनप्रख्यम् वानरानीकमद्भुतम् || ६-६५-५३
sa laN^ghayitvaa praakaaraM padbhyaaM parvatasaMnibhaH |
dadarshaabhraghanaprakhyam vaanaraaniikamadbhutam || 6-65-53


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.53

53. sah = Kumbhakarna; parvatasamnibhaH = looking like a mountain; laN^ghayitvaa = traversing; praakaaram = the rampart; padbhyaam = with his feet; dadarsha = saw; adbhutam = a wonderful; vaanaraaniikam = army of monkeys; abhraghanaprakhyam = similar to a thick coverage of clouds.

Kumbhakarna, looking like a mountain, traversing the rampart with his feet alone, saw a wonderful army of monkeys, looking similar to a thick coverage of clouds. .

ते दृष्ट्वा राक्षसश्रेष्ठम् वानराः पर्वतोपमम् |
वायुनुन्ना इव घना ययुः सर्वा दिशस्तदा || ६-६५-५४
te dR^iShTvaa raakShasashreShTham vaanaraaH parvatopamam |
vaayununnaa iva ghanaa yayuH sarvaa dishastadaa || 6-65-54


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.

54. dR^iSTvaa = seeing; raakSasashreSTham = that Kumbhakarna the excellent among demons; parvatopamam = looking equal to a mountain; te vaanaraaaH = those monkeys; tadaa = then; yayuh = ran away; sarvaaH dishaH = to all directions; ghanaaH iva = as clouds; vaayununnaaH = driven away by the wind.

Seeing that Kumbhakarna, the excellent among demons, looking equal to a mountain, the monkeys then ran away to all directions, as clouds are driven away by the wind. .

तद्वानरानीकमतिप्रचण्डं |
दिशो द्रवद्भिन्नमिवाभ्रजालम् |
स कुम्भकर्णः समवेक्ष्य हर्षान् |
ननाद भूयो घनवद्घनाभः || ६-६५-५५
tadvaanaraaniikamatiprachaNDaM |
disho dravadbhinnamivaabhrajaalam |
sa kumbhakarNaH samavekShya harShaan |
nanaada bhuuyo ghanavadghanaabhaH || 6-65-55


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.55

55. samavekSya = looking towards; tat vaanaraamiikam = that army of monkeys; atiprachaNDam = which were highly fierce; dravat = and running away; dishaH = to different quarters; bhinnam abhrajaalam iva = like a net-work of broken clouds; saH kumbhakarNaH = that Kumbhakarna; ghanaabhaH = with a hue of black cloud; harSaat = from a rejoice; bhuuyaH = repeatedly; nanaada = roared; ghanavat = like a cloud (thunder).

Looking towards that highly fierce army of monkeys, running away to different quarters, as a net-work of broken clouds, that Kumbhakarna with the hue of a black cloud, highly rejoiced, repeatedly emitted a roar-like thunder. .

ते तस्य घोरं निनदं निशम्य |
यथा निनादम् दिवि वारिदस्य |
पेतुर्धरण्यां बहवः प्लवम्गा |
निकृत्तमूला इव सालवृक्षाः || ६-६५-५६
te tasya ghoraM ninadaM nishamya |
yathaa ninaadam divi vaaridasya |
peturdharaNyaaM bahavaH plavamgaa |
nikR^ittamuulaa iva saalavR^ikShaaH || 6-65-56


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.56

56. nishamy = hearing; tasya ghoram = his terrific; ninadam = roar; vaaridasya ninaadam yathaa = similar to the rumbling of a cloud; divi = in the sky; te bahavaH plavaN^gaaH = many of those monkeys; petuH = fell down; dharaNyaam = on the floor; shaala vR^ikSaaH iva = like sal trees; nikR^itta muulaaH = cut-up by the roots.

Hearing his terrific roar, similar to the rumbling of a cloud in the sky, many of those monkeys fell down on the ground, like Sal trees cut-up by the roots. .

विपुलपरिघवान्स कुम्भकर्णो |
रिपुनिधनाय विनिःसृतो महात्मा |
कपि गणभयमाददत्सुभीमं |
प्रभुरिव किम्ण्करदण्डवान्युगान्ते || ६-६५-५७
vipulaparighavaansa kumbhakarNo |
ripunidhanaaya viniHsR^ito mahaatmaa |
kapi gaNabhayamaadadatsubhiimaM |
prabhuriva kimNkaradaNDavaanyugaante || 6-65-57


Show Description: Sloka 6.65.57

57. saH mahaatmaa kumbhakarNaH = that gigantic Kumbhakarna; vipulaparighaan = wielding a large iron-rod viniH sR^itaH = setting off; ripuniidhanaaya = for the destruction of the enemies; prabhuriva = like Yama the lord of death; kimkaradaN^Davaan = armed with a rod of punishment; waiting upon him like an attendant; yugaante = at the time of the dissolution of the world; aadadat = caused; subhiimam = a great terrific; kapigaNabhayam = fear to the troops of monkeys.

Wielding a large iron rod for the destroyable of the enemies, that gigantic Kumbhakarna looked like Yama the lord of death armed with a rod of punishment, waiting upon him as his attendant at the time of dissolution of the world and caused a great terrific fear to the troops of monkeys. .

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