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Srimad Vālmīki Rāmāyaṇa | Yuddha Kāṇḍa ~ Sarga 85 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): 85 of 128 || śloka (verses): 36

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Vālmīki (Sanskrit: वाल्मीकि)

Vālmīki (Sanskrit: वाल्मीकि)

Introduction

Vibhishana suggests Rama to send Lakshmana to kill Indrajit, even before Indrajit completes the sacrificial fire in the sanctuary of Nikumbhila. Rama then asks Lakshmana to proceed with the battle along with armies of Sugreeva, Hanuma, Jambavan and Vibhishana. Lakshmana proceeds to Nikumbhila along with Hanuma, Vibhishana and Jambavan to kill Indrajit. Lakshmana accompanied by Vibhishana, Angada and Hanuma penetrates that heterogeneous army of the enemies at the sanctuary of Nikumbhila.

तत्तस्य वचनं श्रुत्वा राघवः शोककश्मितः |
नोपधारयते व्यक्तं यदुक्तं तेन रक्षसा || ६-८५-१
tattasya vachanaM shrutvaa raaghavaH shokakashmitaH |
nopadhaarayate vyaktaM yaduktaM tena rakShasaa || 6-85-1


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.1

1. shrutvaa = hearing; tat vachanam = those words; tasya = of Vibhishana; raaghavaH = Rama; shoka kashmitaH = agonized with grief; nopadhaarayate = could not comprehend; vyaktam = clearly; yat uktam = that which was spoken; tena rakShasaa = by that demon.

Hearing those words of Vibhishana, Rama, agonized as he was with grief, could not understand clearly what was spoken by that demon.

ततो धैर्यमवष्टभ्य रामः परपुरंजयः |
विभीषणमुपासीनमुवाच कपिसंनिधौ || ६-८५-२
tato dhairyamavaShTabhya raamaH parapuraMjayaH |
vibhiiShaNamupaasiinamuvaacha kapisaMnidhau || 6-85-2


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.2

2. tataH = then; raamaH = Rama; parapuramjayaH = the conqueror of the cities of enemies; avaShTabhya = leaning upon; dhairyam = his courage; uvaacha = spoke; vibhiiShaNam = to Vibhishana; upaasiinam = sitting nearby; kapisamnidhau = and before the presence of the monkeys.

Then, Rama the conqueror of the cities of enemies, leaning upon his courage, spoke to Vibhishana who was sitting nearby and in front of the monkeys (as follows):

नैरृताधिपते वाक्यं यदुक्तं ते विभीषण |
भूयस्तच्छ्रोतुमिच्छामि ब्रूहि यत्ते विवक्षितम् || ६-८५-३
nairR^itaadhipate vaakyaM yaduktaM te vibhiiShaNa |
bhuuyastachchhrotumichchhaami bruuhi yatte vivakShitam || 6-85-3


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.3

3. naiR^itaadhipate = O lord of demons!; ichchhaami = I wish; shrotum = to hear; bhuuyaH = again; yat vaakyam = those words; te = of you; uktam = spoken; ichchhaami = I desire; shrotum = to hear; bhuuyaH = again; tat = that; yat = which; te vivakShitam bruuhi = you intend to tell (me).

“O lord of demons! I wish to hear again those of the words spoken by you. I desire to hear again, whatever you intend to tell me.”

राघवस्य वचः श्रुत्वा वाक्यं वाक्यविशारदः |
यत्तत्पुनरिदं वाक्यं बभाषेऽथ विभीषणः || ६-८५-४
raaghavasya vachaH shrutvaa vaakyaM vaakyavishaaradaH |
yattatpunaridaM vaakyaM babhaaShe.atha vibhiiShaNaH || 6-85-4


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.4

4. shrutvaa = hearing; vachaH = those words; raaghavasya = of Rama; udaahR^itam = spoken; sudiinavat = very sadly; saH vibhiiShaNaH = that Vibhishana; vaakya vishaaradaH = who was skilled in expression; punaH = again; babhaaShe = spoke; idam vaakyam = the following words; yatnaat = gently.

Hearing those words of Rama, spoken very sadly, that Vibhishana who was skilled in expression, again spoke his words gently as follows:

यथाज्ञप्तं महाबाहो त्वया गुल्मनिवेशनम् |
तत्तथानुष्ठितं वीर त्वद्वाक्यसमनन्तरम् || ६-८५-५
yathaajJNaptaM mahaabaaho tvayaa gulmaniveshanam |
tattathaanuShThitaM viira tvadvaakyasamanantaram || 6-85-5


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.5

5. mahaabaaho = O the long armed!; viira = O the valiant one!; yathaa = how; gulmaniveshanam = the marshalling of the troops; aaJNaptam = was ordered; tvayaa = by you; tat = the same; anuShThitam = was done; tathaa = accordingly; tvadvaakya samanantaram = and immediately after your words.

“O the long armed hero! Immediately after your orders, the marshalling of the troops was done by me in the manner as enjoined by you.”

तान्यनीकानि सर्वाणि विभक्तानि समन्ततः |
विन्यस्ता यूथपाश्चैव यथाअन्यायं विभागशः || ६-८५-६
taanyaniikaani sarvaaNi vibhaktaani samantataH |
vinyastaa yuuthapaashchaiva yathaaanyaayaM vibhaagashaH || 6-85-6


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.6

6. sarvaaNi = all; taani = those; aniikaani = armies; vibhaktaani = were divided; samantataH = and positioned at all places; yuuthapashchaiva = even the commanderes of those divisions; vinyastaaH = wee positioned; vibhaagashaH = and distributed; yathaanyaayam = as per their ranks.

“All those armies were divided and positioned at all places. Even the commanders of those divisions were arrayed and distributed according to their ranks.”

भूयस्तु मम विज्ञाप्यं तच्छृणुष्व महाप्रभो |
त्वय्यकारणसम्तप्ते सम्तप्तह्ऱिदया वयम् || ६-८५-७
bhuuyastu mama vijJNaapyaM tachchhR^iNuShva mahaaprabho |
tvayyakaaraNasamtapte samtaptahRidayaa vayam || 6-85-7


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.7

7. mahaaprabho = O great lord!; maama = to me; bhuuyaH viJNaapyam = there is more to be reported; tat shR^iNuShva = listen to it; tvayi akaaraNa samtapte = while you are lamenting causelessly are lamenting; vayam = we; samtapta hR^idayaaH = are painful at our hearts.

“O great lord! I have to report to you something further. Listen to it. While you are lamenting without any cause, we feel painful at our hearts.”

त्यज राजन्निमं शोकं मिथ्यासंतापमागतम् |
तदियं त्यज्यतां चिन्ता शत्रुहर्षविवर्धिनी || ६-८५-८
tyaja raajannimaM shokaM mithyaasaMtaapamaagatam |
tadiyaM tyajyataaM chintaa shatruharShavivardhinii || 6-85-8


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.8

8. raajan = O king!; tyaja = abandon; imam = this; shokam = lamentation; mithyaa santaapam = and false grief; aagatam = which came (to you); tat = therefore; iyam chintaa = let this worry; shatruharShavivardhinii = which augments the pleasure of the adversaries; tyajyataam = be abandoned.

“O king! Abandon this lamentation and false grief which came to you. Let your worry, which augments the pleasure of your adversaries be therefore abandoned.”

उद्यमः क्रियतां वीर हर्षः समुपसेव्यताम् |
प्राप्तव्या यदि ते सीता हन्तव्याश्च निशाचराः || ६-८५-९
udyamaH kriyataaM viira harShaH samupasevyataam |
praaptavyaa yadi te siitaa hantavyaashcha nishaacharaaH || 6-85-9


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.9

9. viira = O hero!; te siitaa praaptavyaa yadi = if you want to get back Seetha; nishaacharaaH hantavyaashcha = if the demons are to be destroyed; udyamaH kriyataam = raise up for the occasion; harShaH samupasevyataam = keep yourself cheerful.

“O hero! If you want to get back Seetha and if the demons are to be destroyed, raise up for the occasion. Keep yourself cheerful.”

रघुनन्दन वक्ष्यामि श्रूयतां मे हितं वचः |
साध्वयं यातु सौमित्रिर्बलेन महता वृतः || ६-८५-१०
निकुम्भिलायां संप्राप्तं हन्तुं रावणिमाहवे |
धनुर्मण्डलनिर्मुक्तैराशीविषविषोपमैः || ६-८५-११
raghunandana vakShyaami shruuyataaM me hitaM vachaH |
saadhvayaM yaatu saumitrirbalena mahataa vR^itaH || 6-85-10
nikumbhilaayaaM saMpraaptaM hantuM raavaNimaahave |
dhanurmaNDalanirmuktairaashiiviShaviShopamaiH || 6-85-11


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.10, 6.85.11

10; 11. raghunandana = O Rama!; vakShyaami = I will tell you; me hitam vachaH = let my benign words; shruuyataam = be heard; ayam saumitriH = this Lakshmana; vR^itaH mahataa balena = together with a large army; saadhu yaatu = has to go immediately; hantum = to kill; raavaNim = Indrajit; nikumbhilaayaam sampraaptam = who reached Nikumbhila; aaShiiviShaviShopamaiH = with arrows tantamount to serpentine poison; dhanurmaN^Dala nirmuktaiH = released from a snake-like bow; aahave = in battle.

“O Rama! Listen to my benign words I tell you. This Lakshmana together with a large army should go soon to kill Indrajit, who reached Nikumbhila, with arrows as deadly as the serpentine poison released from his snake-like bow in battle.”

तेन वीरेण तपसा वरदानात्स्वयंभुवः |
अस्त्रं ब्रह्मशिरः प्राप्तं कामगाश्च तुरंगमाः || ६-८५-१२
tena viireNa tapasaa varadaanaatsvayaMbhuvaH |
astraM brahmashiraH praaptaM kaamagaashcha turaMgamaaH || 6-85-12


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.12

12. viireNa tena = by the valiant Indrajit; tapasaa = by his penance; praaptam = was obtained; astram = a weapon; brahmashiraH = called Brahmashira; varadaanaat = by way of a gift; svayambhuvaH = from Brahma; turangamaaH = and horses; kaanngaaH = coursing at his will.

“By his penance, Indrajit obtained a weapon called Brahmashira, by way of a gift from Brahma and also horses, which are coursing at his will.”

स एष सह सैन्येन प्राप्तः किल निकुम्भिलाम् |
यद्युत्तिष्ठेत्कृतं कर्म हतान्सर्वांश्च विद्धि नः || ६-८५-१३
sa eSha saha sainyena praaptaH kila nikumbhilaam |
yadyuttiShThetkR^itaM karma hataansarvaaMshcha viddhi naH || 6-85-13


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.13

13. saH eShaH = that Indrajit as such; sainyena saha = along with his army; praaptaH kila = is reported to have reached; nikumbhilaam = Nikumbhila; karmakR^itam = after performing his sacrificial act uttiShThedyadi = if he comes forth; viddhiH = know (that); sarvaan = all; naH = of us; hataan = as destroyed!

“That Indrajit, as such along with his army, is reported to have reached Nikumbhila. If he comes forth after completing his sacrificial act, know that all of us as killed.”

निकुम्भिलामसंप्राप्तमहुताग्निं च यो रिपुः |
त्वामातायिनं हन्यादिन्द्रशत्रो स ते वधः || ६-८५-१४
वरो दत्तो महाबाहो सर्वलोकेश्वरेण वै |
इत्येवं विहितो राजन्वधस्तस्यैष धीमतः || ६-८५-१५
nikumbhilaamasaMpraaptamahutaagniM cha yo ripuH |
tvaamaataayinaM hanyaadindrashatro sa te vadhaH || 6-85-14
varo datto mahaabaaho sarvalokeshvareNa vai |
ityevaM vihito raajanvadhastasyaiSha dhiimataH || 6-85-15


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.14, 6.85.15

14; 15. varaH = a boon; dattaH = was given; sarva lokeshvareNa = by Brahma; tasya dhiimataH = to that intelligent demon; itvevam = thus; indrajito = O Indrajit!; yaH ripuH = which enemy; hanyaat = strikes; tvaam = you; aatataayinam = having your bow drawn; asampraaptam = before not arriving; nikumbhilaam = at Nikumbhila; ahutaagnimcha = or before offering your oblations to the sacred fire; saH = he alone; vadhaH = is the killer; te = to you; mahaabaaho = O the long armed!; eShaH = this; vadhaH = killing; vihitaH = is ordained.

“A boon was given by Brahma to that intelligent demon as follows: “O Indrajit! That enemy of yours, who strikes while you are marching with your bow drawn, and while you have not arrived at Nikumbhila, or even while you have not offered oblations to the sacred fire, will prove to be the cause of your killing.”

वधायेन्द्रजितो राम संदिशस्व महाबल |
हते तस्मिन् हतं विद्धि रावणम् ससुहृद्गणं || ६-८५-१६
vadhaayendrajito raama saMdishasva mahaabala |
hate tasmin hataM viddhi raavaNam sasuhR^idgaNaM || 6-85-16


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.16

16. mahaabala raama = O mighty Rama!; samdishasva = give your command; vadhaaya = for killing; indrajitaH = of Indrajit; tasmin hate = while he is killed; viddhi = know (that); raavaNam = Ravana; sa suhR^idgaNam = along with his associate-troops; hatam = as killed.

“O mighty Rama! Give your command for killing of Indrajit. When he is killed, know that Ravana along with his associate troops also as killed.”

विभीषणवचः श्रुत्वा रामो वाक्यमथाब्रवीत् |
जानामि तस्य रौद्रस्य मायां सत्यपराक्रम || ६-८५-१७
vibhiiShaNavachaH shrutvaa raamo vaakyamathaabraviit |
jaanaami tasya raudrasya maayaaM satyaparaakrama || 6-85-17


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.17

17. shrutvaa = hearing; vibhiiShaNa vachaH = the words of Indrajit; raamaH = Rama; atha = then; abraviit = spoke; vaakyam = (the following) words; satyaparaakrama = O Vibhishana of true prowess!; jaanaami = I know; maayaam = the conjuring trick; raudrasya tasya = of that terrific demon.

Hearing the words of Indrajit, Rama then spoke the following words:”O Vibhishana of true prowess! I know the conjuring trick of that terrific demon.”

स हि ब्रह्मस्त्रवित्प्राज्ञो महामायो महाबलः |
करोत्यसम्ज्ञान् संग्रामे देवान्सवरुणानपि || ६-८५-१८
sa hi brahmastravitpraajJNo mahaamaayo mahaabalaH |
karotyasamjJNaan saMgraame devaansavaruNaanapi || 6-85-18


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.18

18. saH = that Indrajit; brahmaastravit = knows how to employ Brahma’s missile; praajJNaH = intelligent; mahaamaayaH = has several conjuring tricks; mahaabalaH = mighty; karoti = he can make; asamJNaan = unconscious; devaanapi = even the celestials; savaruNaan- along with Varuna the king of gods; samgraame = in battle.

“That Indrajit is skilled in the use of the mystic missile presided over by Brahma. He is intelligent. He is a master of several conjuring tricks. He is so mighty that he can render unconscious in battle even the gods along with Varuna the king of gods.”

तस्यान्तरिक्षे चरतः सरथस्य महायशः |
न गतिर्ज्ञायते वीर सूर्यस्येवाभ्रसंप्लवे || ६-८५-१९
tasyaantarikShe charataH sarathasya mahaayashaH |
na gatirjJNaayate viira suuryasyevaabhrasaMplave || 6-85-19


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.19

19. mahaayashaH viiraH = O highly illustrious hero!; tasya = his; gatiH = movement; charataH = while drifting; antarikShaH = i the sky; sarathasya = along with his chariot; na JNaayate = is not known; suryasyeva = as the movement of the sun (is not known); abhrasamplave = under a dense mass of clouds.

“O highly illustrious hero! While he drifts in the sky, ascending his chariot, his movement is not known to others, as the sun is not seen beneath a dense mass of clouds.”

राघवस्तु रिपोर्ज्ञत्वा मायावीर्यं दुरात्मनः |
लक्ष्मणं कीर्तिसंपन्नमिदं वचनमब्रवीत् || ६-८५-२०
raaghavastu riporjJNatvaa maayaaviiryaM duraatmanaH |
lakShmaNaM kiirtisaMpannamidaM vachanamabraviit || 6-85-20


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.20

20. jJNaatvaa = having known; maayaaviiryam = the toughness of the conjuring tricks; duraatmanaH ripoH = of the evil-minded adversary; raaghavaH = Rama; abraviit = spoke; idam vachanam = these words; lakShmaNam = to Lakshmana; kiirti sampannam = endowed with glory.

Having known the toughness of the conjuring tricks of the evil-minded adversary, Rama spoke to the illustrious Lakshmana as follows:

यद्वानरेन्द्रस्य बलं तेन सर्वेण संवृतः |
हनूमत्प्रमुखैश्चैव यूथपैः सह लक्ष्मण || ६-८५-२१
जाम्बवेनार्क्षपतिना सहसैन्येन संवृतः |
जहि तं राक्षससुतं मायाबलसमन्वितम् || ६-८५-२२
yadvaanarendrasya balaM tena sarveNa saMvR^itaH |
hanuumatpramukhaishchaiva yuuthapaiH saha lakShmaNa || 6-85-21
jaambavenaarkShapatinaa sahasainyena saMvR^itaH |
jahi taM raakShasasutaM maayaabalasamanvitam || 6-85-22


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.21, 6.85.22

21; 22. lakShmaNa = O Lakshmana!; samvR^itaH = accompanied; tena = by that; sarveNa = entire; vaanarendrasya yat balam = army of Sugreeva; yuuthapashchaiva saha = along with the army = leaders; hanuumatpramukhaiH = with Hanuma as their head; jaambavena samvR^itaH = and accompanied by Jambavan; R^ikShapatinaa = the lord of bears; sahasainyena = together with his army; jahi = kill; tam raakShasasutam = Indrajit; that prince of demons; maayaabalasamanvitam = rich in the power of conjuring tricks.

“O Lakshmana! You, accompanied by that entire army which stands at the disposal of Sugreeva, along with troop-commanders with Hanuma as their head; and protected by Jambavan the lord of bears, who will be accompanied by his army, kill that Indrajit the prince of demons, rich in the power of conjuring tricks.”

अयं त्वां सचिवैः सार्धं महात्मा रजनीचरः |
अभिज्ञस्तस्य मायानां पृष्ठतोऽनुगमिष्यति || ६-८५-२३
ayaM tvaaM sachivaiH saardhaM mahaatmaa rajaniicharaH |
abhijJNastasya maayaanaaM pR^iShThato.anugamiShyati || 6-85-23


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.23

23. mahaatmaa = the great souled; ayam rajaniicharaH = Vibhishana; abhiJNaH = the knower; tasya maayaanaam = of his conjuring tricks; sachivaiH saardham = along with his counsellors; anugamiShyati = will follow; pR^iShThataH = behind; tvaam = you.

“The great souled Vibhishana, who knows all the conjuring tricks of Indrajit, along with his counsellors, will follow behind you.”

राघवस्य वचं श्रुत्वा लक्ष्मणः सविभीषणः |
जग्राह कार्मुकश्रेष्ठमत्यद्भुतपराक्रमः || ६-८५-२४
raaghavasya vachaM shrutvaa lakShmaNaH savibhiiShaNaH |
jagraaha kaarmukashreShThamatyadbhutaparaakramaH || 6-85-24


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.24

24. shrutvaa = hearing; vachaH = the words; raaghavasya = of Rama; lakShmaNaH = Lakshmana; atyadbhuta paraakramaH = of highly wonderful prowess; savibhiiShaNaH = along with Vibhishana; jagraaha = took hold; kaarmuka shreShTham = of his excellent bow.

Hearing the words of Rama, Lakshmana of highly wonderful prowess, along with Vibhishana, took hold of his excellent bow.v

संनद्धः कवची खड्गी सशरो वामचापभृत् |
रामपादावुपस्पृश्य हृष्टः सौमित्रिरब्रवीत् || ६-८५-२५
saMnaddhaH kavachii khaDgii sasharo vaamachaapabhR^it |
raamapaadaavupaspR^ishya hR^iShTaH saumitrirabraviit || 6-85-25


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.25

25. hR^iShTaH- the rejoicing; saumitriH = Lakshmana; samnaddhaH = who was prepared for the combat; kavachii = covered with armour; khaDgii = wielding a sword; sa sharaH = and arrows; vaamachaapa bhR^it = wearing a bow in his left hand; upaspR^ishya = having touched; raamapaadau = Rama’s feet; abraviit = spoke (as follows):

The rejoiced Lakshmana who was prepared for the combat, clad in an armour, wielding a sword and arrows, wearing his bow in his left hand and having touched Rama’s feet in salutation, spoke as follows:

अद्य मत्कार्मुकोन्मुक्ताः शरा निर्भिद्य रावणिम् |
लङ्कामभिपतिष्यन्ति हंसाः पुष्करिणीमिव || ६-८५-२६
adya matkaarmukonmuktaaH sharaa nirbhidya raavaNim |
laN^kaamabhipatiShyanti haMsaaH puShkariNiimiva || 6-85-26


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.26

26. adya = today; sharaaH = the arrows; matkaarmukonmuktaaH = released from my bow; nirbhidya = piercing; raavaNim = Indrajit; abhipatiShyanti = will drop towards; laN^kaam = Lanka; hamsaaH iva = as swans; puShkariim = (descend into) a lotus-pond.

“Today, the arrows released from my bow, piercing Indrajit, will drop into the City of Lanka, as swans descend into a louts-pond.

अद्येव तस्य रौद्रस्य शरीरं मामकाः शराः |
विधमिष्यन्ति भित्त्वा तं महाचापगुणच्युताः || ६-८५-२७
adyeva tasya raudrasya shariiraM maamakaaH sharaaH |
vidhamiShyanti bhittvaa taM mahaachaapaguNachyutaaH || 6-85-27


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.27

27. adyaiva = now itself; maamakaaH sharaaH = my arrows; mahaachaapaguNa chyutaaH discharged from the bow-string of the great bow; bhittvaa = splitting; tasya raudrasya shariiram = his terrific body; tam vidhamiShyati = will blow him away.

“Now itself, my arrows discharged from the bow-string of this great bow, duly splitting his terrific body, will blow him away.”

एवमुक्त्वा तु वचनम् द्युतिमान् भ्रातुरग्रतः |
स रावणिवधाकाङ्क्षी लक्ष्मणस्त्वरितं ययौ || ६-८५-२८
evamuktvaa tu vachanam dyutimaan bhraaturagrataH |
sa raavaNivadhaakaaN^kShii lakShmaNastvaritaM yayau || 6-85-28


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.28

28. evam uktvaa = thus speaking; bhraatuH agrataH = in front of his brother; saH dyutimaan lakShmaNaH = that resplendent Lakshmana; yayau = sallied forth; tvaritam = quickly; raavaNi vadhaakaaNkShii = with an intent to kill Indrajit.

Thus speaking in front of his brother, that resplendent Lakshmana, quickly marched forward, with an intent to kill Indrajit.

सोऽभिवाद्य गुरोः पादौ कृत्वा चापि प्रदक्षिणं |
निकुम्भिलामभिययौ चैत्यं रावणिपालितम् || ६-८५-२९
so.abhivaadya guroH paadau kR^itvaa chaapi pradakShiNaM |
nikumbhilaamabhiyayau chaityaM raavaNipaalitam || 6-85-29


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.29

29. abhivaadya = offering salutation; guroH paadau = to his brother’s feet; kR^itvaa = and doing; pradakShiNam cha = circumambulation too; saH = that Lakshmana; abhiyayau = went; chaityam = to the sancctuary; nikumbhilaam = called Nikumbhila; raavaNipaalitaam = protected by Indrajit.

Offering salutation to the feet of his brother and doing circumambulation too, that Lakshmana went to the sanctuary named Nikumbhila, which was protected by Indrajit.

विभीषणेन सहितो राजपुत्रः प्रतापवान् |
कृतस्वस्त्ययनो भ्रात्रा लक्ष्मणस्त्वरितो ययौ || ६-८५-३०
vibhiiShaNena sahito raajaputraH prataapavaan |
kR^itasvastyayano bhraatraa lakShmaNastvarito yayau || 6-85-30


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.30

30. kR^ita svastyayanaH = having obtained blessings; bhraatraa = from his brother; prataapavaan lakShmaNaH = the glorious Lakshmana; raajaputraH = the prince; tvaritaH = quickly; yayau = sallied forth; vibhiiShaNena sahitaH = along with Vibhishana.

Having obtained the blessings from his brother, the glorious Lakshmana, the prince, quickly sallied forth along with Vibhishana.

वानराणाम् सास्रैस्तु हनुमान् बहुभिर्वऋतः |
विभीषणश्च सामात्यो तदा लक्ष्मणमन्वगात् || ६-८५-३१
vaanaraaNaam saasraistu hanumaan bahubhirvaR^itaH |
vibhiiShaNashcha saamaatyo tadaa lakShmaNamanvagaat || 6-85-31


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.31

31. tadaa = then; hanumaan = Hanuma; vR^itaH = accompanied; bahubhiH sahasraiH = by many thousands; vaanaraaNaam = of monkeys; vibhiiShaNashcha = and Vibhishana saamaatyaH = along with his counsellors; lakShmaNam anvagaat = went behind Lakshmana.

Then, Hanuma accompanied by many a thousand of monkeys and Vibhishana along with his counsellors went behind Lakshmana.

महता हरिसैन्येन सवेगमभिसंवृतः |
ऋक्षराजबलं चैव ददर्श पथि विष्ठितम् || ६-८५-३२
mahataa harisainyena savegamabhisaMvR^itaH |
R^ikSharaajabalaM chaiva dadarsha pathi viShThitam || 6-85-32


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.32

32. abhisamvR^itaH = (That Lakshmana) surrounded; savegam = quickly; mahataa harisainyena = by a large army of monkeys; dadarsha = saw; R^ikSharaaja balamchaiva = also the army of Jambavan; viShThitam = stationed; pathi = in the way.

That Lakshmana, quickly surrounded by a large army of monkeys, saw the army of Jambavan also stationed in the way.

स गत्वा दूरमध्वानं सौमित्रिर्मित्रनन्दनः |
राक्षसेन्द्रबलं दूरादपश्यद्व्यूहमाश्रितम् || ६-८५-३३
sa gatvaa duuramadhvaanaM saumitrirmitranandanaH |
raakShasendrabalaM duuraadapashyadvyuuhamaashritam || 6-85-33


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.33

33. gatvaa = going; duuram = a long; adhvaanam = distance; saH saumitriH = that Lakshmana; mitranandanaH = the delight to his friends; apashyat = saw; raakShasendrabalam = the army of Ravana; aashritam = ranged; vyuudham = in battle-array; duuraat = from a dsitance.

After covering a long distance, that Lakshmana, the delight to his friends, saw the army of Ravana, ranged in battle-array, from a distance.

स तं प्राप्य धनुष्पाणिर्मायायोगमरिंदमः |
तस्थौ ब्रह्मविधानेन विजेतुं रघुनन्दनः || ६-८५-३४
sa taM praapya dhanuShpaaNirmaayaayogamariMdamaH |
tasthau brahmavidhaanena vijetuM raghunandanaH || 6-85-34


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.34

34. praapya = duly arriving at Nikumbhila; saH = raghunandanaH = that Lakshmana; arimdamaH = the foe-conqueror; tasthau = stood; dhanuShpaaNiH = bow in hand; vijetum = to conquer; tam = that Indrajit; maayaayogam = possessing conjuring tricks; brahmavidhaanena = in conformity with Brahma’s ordinance.

Duly arriving at Nikumbhila, that foe-conquering Lakshmana stood, bow in hand, to conquer that Indrajit, the possessor of conjuring tricks, in conformity with Brahma’s ordinance.

विभीषणेन सहितो राजपुत्रः प्रतापवान् |
अङ्गदेन च वीरेण तथानिलसुतेन च || ६-८५-३५
vibhiiShaNena sahito raajaputraH prataapavaan |
aN^gadena cha viireNa tathaanilasutena cha || 6-85-35


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.35

35. prataapavaan = the valiant; raajaputraH = Lakshmana; (tasthau = stood); sahitaH vibhiiShaNena = along with Vibhishana; viireNa aN^gadena = the heroic Angada; tathaa = and; anilasutena = Hanuma; the son of wind-god.

The valiant Lakshmana stood there along with Vibhishana, the heroic Angada and Hanuma, the son of wind-god.

विविधममलशस्त्रभास्वरं त |
द्ध्वजगहनं गहनं महारथैश्च |
प्रतिभयतममम्प्रमेयवेगं |
तिमिरमिव द्विषतां बलं विवेश || ६-८५-३६
vividhamamalashastrabhaasvaraM ta |
ddhvajagahanaM gahanaM mahaarathaishcha |
pratibhayatamamamprameyavegaM |
timiramiva dviShataaM balaM vivesha || 6-85-36


Show Description: Sloka 6.85.36

36. vivesha = (Lakshmana) entered; dviShataam balam = the army of enemies; vividham = which was of many kinds; amala shastra bhaasvaram = resplendent with spotless weapons; dhvajagahanam = thick with ensigns; mahaarathaishcha = and abounded with huge chariots; gahanam = exceedingly formidable; pratibhayatamam = very terrific; aprameya vegam = with unimaginable swiftness; timaramiva = even as one would enter a thick veil of darkness.

Lakshmana penetrated that heterogeneous army of enemies, resplendent with spotless weapons, thick with ensigns and abounded with huge chariots, exceedingly impenetrable, very terrific, with unimaginable swiftness, even as one would enter a thick veil of darkness.

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