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Srimad Vālmīki Rāmāyaṇa | Yuddha Kāṇḍa ~ Sarga 96 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): 96 of 128 || śloka (verses): 36

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Vālmīki (Sanskrit: वाल्मीकि)

Vālmīki (Sanskrit: वाल्मीकि)

Introduction

Having destroyed some monkeys in the battle-field, Ravana tries to approach Rama to continue his fight. Meanwhile, Sugreeva along with some monkeys attack some chiefs of demons and destroy them. Then, Virupaksha a demon comes and attacks Sugreeva. Sugreeva brings down a violent slap on the temple-bone of Virupaksha and kills him.

तथा तैः कृत्तगात्रैस्तु दशग्रीवेण मार्गणैः |
बभूव वसुधा तत्र प्रकीर्णा हरिभिर्वृता || ६-९६-१
tathaa taiH kR^ittagaatraistu dashagrIveNa maargaNaiH |
babhUva vasudhaa tatra prakIrNaa haribhirvR^itaa || 6-96-1


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.1

1. vasudhaa = the battle-field; tatra = there; babhuuva = became; prakiirNaa = dispersed; taiH = by those; haribhiH = monkeys; tadaa = then; kR^ittagaatraiH = by their bodies torn; maargaNaiH = with his arrows; dashagriiveNa = by Ravana; tathaa = in that manner.

The battle-field there, on its part, was strewn on that occasion with those monkeys whose bodies had thus been torn asunder by Ravana with his arrows. .

रावणस्याप्रसह्यन् तन् शरसम्पातमेकतः |
न शेकुः सहितुन् दीप्तं पतङ्गा इव पावकम् || ६-९६-२
raavaNasyaaprasahyan tan sharasampaatamekataH |
na shekuH sahitun dIptaM pata~Ngaa iva paavakam || 6-96-2


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.2

2. (Those monkeys); na shekuH = could not; sahitum = bear; tam = that; aprsahyam = irresistible; sharapaatam = descent of arrows; ekatam raavaNasya = loosed by Ravana alone; pataN^gaaH yathaa = as moths; (cannot bear); diiptam jvalanam = a blazing fire.

Those monkeys could not bear that irresistible descent of arrows loosed by Ravana, any more than moths would bear a blazing fire. .

तेअर्दिता निशितैर्बाणैः क्रोशन्तो विप्रदुद्रुवुः |
पावकार्चिःसमाविष्टा दह्यमाना यथा गजाः || ६-९६-३
tearditaa nishitairbaaNaiH kroshanto vipradudruvuH |
paavakaarchiHsamaaviShTaa dahyamaanaa yathaa gajaaH || 6-96-3


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.3

3. te = those monkeys; arditaaH = tormented; nishitaiH baaNaiH = by sharp arrows; vipradudruvuH = fled away; kroshantaH = roaring; gajaaH yathaa = as elephants (run away); paavaakaarchiH samaaviShTaaH = when enveloped in flames of fire; dahyamaanaaH = and getting scorched.

Those monkeys tormented by sharp arrows, fled away roaring, as elephants run away, when enveloped in flames of fire and getting scorched by them. .

प्लवङ्गानामनीकानि महाभ्राणीव मारुतः |
स ययौ समरे तस्मिन्विधमन्रावणः शरैः || ६-९६-४
plava~NgaanaamanIkaani mahaabhraaNIva maarutaH |
sa yayau samare tasminvidhamanraavaNaH sharaiH || 6-96-4


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.4

4. raavaNaH = Ravana; samyayau = was marching forward swiftly; tasmin samare = in that battle-field; vidhaman = blowing away; aniikaani = the army; plavaN^gamaan = of monkeys; maarutaH iva = like the wind; (blows away); mahaabhraaNi = large clouds.

Ravana was marching forward swiftly in that battle-field, blowing away the army of monkeys, like the wind blows away large clouds. .

कदनन् तरसा कृत्वा राक्षसेन्द्रो वनौकसाम् |
आससाद ततो युद्धे राघवन् त्वरितस्तदा || ६-९६-५
kadanan tarasaa kR^itvaa raakShasendro vanaukasaam |
aasasaada tato yuddhe raaghavan tvaritastadaa || 6-96-5


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.5

5. kadanam kR^itvaa = destroying; tarasaa = with his strength; vanaukasaam = the monkeys; tato yuddhe = in that battle; raakShasendraH = Ravana; tvaritam = quickly; aasasaada = approached; raaghavam = Rama; raNe = on the battle-field.

Having brought about with his might the destruction of those monkeys in battle, Ravana quickly approached Rama on the battle-field. .

सुग्रीवस्तान्कपीन्दृष्ट्वा भग्नान्विद्रवतो रणे |
गुल्मे सुषेणं निक्षिप्य चक्रे युद्धे द्रुतं मनः || ६-९६-६
sugrIvastaankapIndR^iShTvaa bhagnaanvidravato raNe |
gulme suSheNaM nikShipya chakre yuddhe drutaM manaH || 6-96-6


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.6

6. dR^iShTvaa = seeing; taan kapiin = those monkeys; vidraavitaan = running away; bhagnaan = in defeat; raNe = in the battle; sugriivaH = Sugreeva; nikShipya = keeping; suSheNam = Sushena; gulme = as a guard for his soldiers; drutam = and quickly; manaH chakre = threw his mind; yuddhe = into the fight.

Seeing those monkeys running away in defeat in that battle, Sugreeva kept Sushena in charge of his army and quickly threw his mind into the fight. .

आत्मनः सदृशन् वीरं स तं निक्षिप्य वानरम् |
सुग्रीवोअभिमुखः शत्रुं प्रतस्थे पादपायुधः || ६-९६-७
aatmanaH sadR^ishan vIraM sa taM nikShipya vaanaram |
sugrIvoabhimukhaH shatruM pratasthe paadapaayudhaH || 6-96-7


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.7

7. nikShipya = keeping; tam viiram vaanaram = that valiant Sushena; sadR^isham = who was equal; aatmanaH = to himself; saH sugriivaH = that Sugreeva; paadapaayudhaH = armed witht he tree as a weapon; pratasthe = marched forward; shatrum abhimukham = towards the enemy.

Keeping that Sushena who was equal to himself, his substitute, that Sugreeva, armed with the tree as a weapon, marched forward towards the enemy. .

पार्श्वतः पृष्ठतश्चास्य सर्वे यूथाधिपाः स्वयम् |
अनुजह्रुर्महाशैलान्विविधांश्च महाद्रुमान् || ६-९६-८
paarshvataH pR^iShThatashchaasya sarve yUthaadhipaaH svayam |
anujahrurmahaashailaanvividhaaMshcha mahaadrumaan || 6-96-8


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.8

8. mahaashailaan = (Taking) huge rocks; vividhaan vanaspatiimshcha = and various kinds of trees; sarve = all; vaanara yuuthapaaH = the monkey-warriors; anujagmuH = followed; (Sugreeva); asya paarshrataH = at his side; pR^iShThatashcha = and behind.

Taking huge rocks and various kinds of trees, all the monkey-warriors followed Sugreeva at his side and behind. .

स नदन्युधि सुग्रीवः स्वरेण महता महान् |
पातयन्विविधांश्चान्याञ्जघानोत्तमराक्षसान् || ६-९६-९
sa nadanyudhi sugrIvaH svareNa mahataa mahaan |
paatayanvividhaaMshchaanyaa~njaghaanottamaraakShasaan || 6-96-9


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.9

9. mahaan = the gigantic; sugreevaH = Sugreeva; manarda = roared; mahataa svareNa = at a high pitch; yudhi = in the battle-field; pothayan = striking with his blows; mamantha = (he) crushed; anyaan vividhaan = various other; uttama raakShasaan = chiefs of demons.

The gigantic Sugreeva roared at a high pitch in the battle-field. Striking with his blows, he crushed various other chiefs of demons. .

ममर्द च महाकायो राक्षसान्वानरेश्वरः |
युगान्तसमये वायुः प्रवृद्धानगमानिव || ६-९६-१०
mamarda cha mahaakaayo raakShasaanvaanareshvaraH |
yugaantasamaye vaayuH pravR^iddhaanagamaaniva || 6-96-10


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.10

10. mahaakaayaH = the colossal bodied; vaanareshvaraH = Sugreeva; mamarda cha = smashed; raakShasaan = the demons; pravR^iddhaan agamaaniva = as the grown-up trees; (are smashed); vaayuH = by the wind; yugaantasamaye = at the time of dissolution of the world.

The colossal bodied Sugreeva smashed the demons, as the grown-up trees are smashed by the wind at the time of dissolution of the world. .

राक्षसानामनीकेषु शैलवर्षन् ववर्ष ह |
अश्ववर्षन् यथा मेघः पक्षिसङ्घेषु कानने || ६-९६-११
raakShasaanaamanIkeShu shailavarShan vavarSha ha |
ashvavarShan yathaa meghaH pakShisa~NgheShu kaanane || 6-96-11


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.11

11. vavarSha = (Sugreeva) rained; shaila varSham = a hail of rocks; raakShasaam aniikeShu = on the army of demons; meghaH yathaa = as a cloud; (rains); ashvavarShaM = a shower of hail-stones; pakShisamgheShu = on a host of birds; kaanane = in a forest.

Sugreeva rained a hail of rocks on the army of demons, as a cloud rains a shower of hail-stones on a host of birds in a forest. .

कपिराजविमुक्तैस्तैः शैलवर्षैस्तु राक्षसाः |
विकीर्णशिरसः पेतुर्निकृत्ता इव पर्वताः || ६-९६-१२
अथ सङ्क्षीयमाणेषु राक्षसेषु समन्ततः |
सुग्रीवेण प्रभग्नेषु पतत्सु विनदत्सु च || ६-९६-१३
विरूपाक्षः स्वकं नाम धन्वी विश्राव्य राक्षसः |
रथादाप्लुत्य दुर्धर्षो गजस्कन्धमुपारुहत् || ६-९६-१४
kapiraajavimuktaistaiH shailavarShaistu raakShasaaH |
vikIrNashirasaH peturnikR^ittaa iva parvataaH || 6-96-12
atha sa~NkShIyamaaNeShu raakShaseShu samantataH |
sugrIveNa prabhagneShu patatsu vinadatsu cha || 6-96-13
virUpaakShaH svakaM naama dhanvI vishraavya raakShasaH |
rathaadaaplutya durdharSho gajaskandhamupaaruhat || 6-96-14


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.12,,6.96.13,6.96.14

12-14. raakShaseShu = (While) those demons; prabhagneShu = defeated; sugriiveNa = by Sugreeva; atha = and then; patasucha = falling on the floor; nadatsu = roaring; samkShiiyamaaNeShu = get diminished; samantataH = on all sides; durdharShaH = the indomitable; viruupaakShaH = Virupaksha; raakShasaH = the demon; dhanvii = holder of the bow; vishraavya = pronouncing; naama = his name; svam = himself; aaplutya = descending; rathaat = from his chariot; upaaruhat = mounted; gajaskandham = the back of an elephant.

While those demons, thus defeated by Sugreeva, falling on the floor and then roaring, get diminished in number from all sides, the indomitable Virupaksha the demon, holding a bow, pronouncing his name by himself, descended from his chariot and mounted the back of an elephant. .

स तन् द्विरदमारुह्य विरूपाक्षो महारथः |
विनदन्भीमनिर्ह्रालन् वानरानभ्यधावत || ६-९६-१५
sa tan dviradamaaruhya virUpaakSho mahaarathaH |
vinadanbhImanirhraalan vaanaraanabhyadhaavata || 6-96-15


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.15

15. saH mahaabalaH = that mighty; nirupaakShaH = Virupaksha; aaruhya = mounting; tam dvipam = that elephant; nanarda = roared; atha = then; bhiimanirharaadam = a terrific noise; abhyadhaavata = and rushed; vaanaraan = towards the monkeys.

That mighty Virupaksha, mounting that elephant, then roared a terrific noise and rushed towards the monkeys. .

सुग्रीवे स शरान्घोरान्विससर्ज चमूमुखे |
स्थापयामासा चोद्विग्नान्राक्षसान्सम्प्रहर्षयन् || ६-९६-१६
sugrIve sa sharaanghoraanvisasarja chamUmukhe |
sthaapayaamaasaa chodvignaanraakShasaansampraharShayan || 6-96-16


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.16

16. visasarja = (Virupaksha) released; ghoraan = dreadful; sharaan = arrows; sugriive = on Sugreeva; chamuumukhe = who was as the front-rank of the army; sthaapayamaasa = (He) strengthened his support; udvignaan = to the worried; raakShasaan = demons; sampraharShayan = by cheering them up.

Virupaksha released dreadful arrows on Sugreeva who was at the front-rank of the army. He strengthened his support to the worried demons, by cheering them up. .

सोअतिविद्धः शितैर्बाणैः कपीन्द्रस्तेन रक्षसा |
चुक्रोध च महाक्रोधो वधे चास्य मनो दधे || ६-९६-१७
soatividdhaH shitairbaaNaiH kapIndrastena rakShasaa |
chukrodha cha mahaakrodho vadhe chaasya mano dadhe || 6-96-17


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.17

17. saH kapiindvaH = Sugreeva; that king of monkeys; atividdhaH = when struck severely; shitaiH baaNaiH = with sharp arrows; tena rakShasaa = by that demon; chukrosha = shouted loudly; mahaakrodhaH = with profuse anger; dadhe manaH = he set his mind; asya vadhe = on killing him.

Sugreeva, the king of monkeys, when he was struck severely with sharp arrows by that demon, shouted loudly. With profuse anger, he set his mind on killing him. .

ततः पादपमुद्धृत्य शूरः सम्प्रधने हरिः |
अभिपत्य जघानास्य प्रमुखे तं महागजम् || ६-९६-१८
tataH paadapamuddhR^itya shUraH sampradhane hariH |
abhipatya jaghaanaasya pramukhe taM mahaagajam || 6-96-18


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.18

18. uddR^itya = uplifting; paadapam = a tree; abhipatya = and coming near; tam = that; mahaagajam = huge elephant; shuuraH hariH = the valiant Sugreeva; sampradhanaH = a thorough fighter; jaghaana = struck it; pramukhe = on its face.

Uplifting a tree and coming near that huge elephant, the valiant Sugreeva, a thorough fighter, struck it on its face. .

स तु प्रहाराभिहतः सुग्रीवेण महागजः |
अपासर्पद्धनुर्मात्रं निषसाद ननाद च || ६-९६-१९
sa tu prahaaraabhihataH sugrIveNa mahaagajaH |
apaasarpaddhanurmaatraM niShasaada nanaada cha || 6-96-19


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.19

19. saH = that; mahaagajaH = huge elephant; prahaara abhihataH = struck with the blow; sugriiveNa = by Sugreeva; apaasarpat = receded; dhanurmaatram = to a distance of four yards; niShasaada = sank down; nanaada cha = and roared too.

That huge elephant, struck with the blow of Sugreeva, receded to a distance of four yards, sank down and roared too. .

गजात्तु मथितात्तूर्णमपक्रम्य स वीर्यवान् |
राक्षसोअभिमुखः शत्रुं प्रत्युद्गम्य ततः कपिम् || ६-९६-२०
आर्षभन् चर्मखड्गं च प्रगृह्य लघुविक्रमः |
भर्त्सयन्निव सुग्रीवमाससाद व्यवस्थितम् || ६-९६-२१
gajaattu mathitaattUrNamapakramya sa vIryavaan |
raakShasoabhimukhaH shatruM pratyudgamya tataH kapim || 6-96-20
aarShabhan charmakhaDgaM cha pragR^ihya laghuvikramaH |
bhartsayanniva sugrIvamaasasaada vyavasthitam || 6-96-21


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.20,6.96.21

20; 21. apakramya = descending; tuurNam = quickly; mathitaat gajaat = from his wounded elephant; saH = that; viiryavaan = valiant; raakShasaH = demon; tataH = then; pragR^ihya = seizing hold of; khaD^gam cha = his sword; aarShabham charma = from a shield made of a bull’s hide; pratyudgmya laghuvikramaH = and advancing in rapid paces; abhimukhaH = facing; kapim = Sugreeva; the monkey; shatrum = his enemy; aasasaada = approached; sugriivam = Sugreeva; vyavasthitam = who stood firm; bhartsayanniva = threatening him as it were.

Descending quickly from his wounded elephant, that valiant demon then seizing hold of his sword from a shield made of a bull’s hide and advancing in rapid paces, facing towards Sugreeva his enemy, approached him, who stood firm, threatening him as it were. .

स हि तस्याभिसङ्क्रुद्धः प्रगृह्य महतीन् शिलाम् |
विरूपाक्षाय चिक्षेप सुग्रीवो जलदोपमाम् || ६-९६-२२
sa hi tasyaabhisa~NkruddhaH pragR^ihya mahatIn shilaam |
virUpaakShaaya chikShepa sugrIvo jaladopamaam || 6-96-22


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.22

22. abhisamkruddhaH = enraged; tasya = on that Virupaksha; saH sugriivaH = that Sugreeva; pragR^ihya = taking; shilaam = a rock; vipulaam = so extensive; jaladopamam = as a cloud; chikShepa = threw (it); viruupaakShasya = on Virupaksha.

Taking a huge rock, which looked like a cloud, that Sugreeva, who felt enraged, threw it on Virupaksha. .

स तान् शिलामापतन्तीन् दृष्ट्वा राक्षसपुङ्गवः |
अपक्रम्य सुविक्रान्तः खड्गेन प्राहरत्तदा || ६-९६-२३
sa taan shilaamaapatantIn dR^iShTvaa raakShasapu~NgavaH |
apakramya suvikraantaH khaDgena praaharattadaa || 6-96-23


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.23

23. dR^iShTvaa = seeing; taam shilaam = that rock; aapatantiim = falling; saH suvikraantaH = that highly valiant; raakShasapungavaH = excellent of demons; tadaa = then; apakramya = receding away; praaharat = struck (him); khaDgena = with a sword.

Seeing that rock falling, that highly valiant and excellent of demons then receding away, struck him with a sword. .

तेन खड्गेन सङ्क्रुद्धः सुग्रीवस्य चमूमुखे |
कवचं पातयामास स खड्गाभिहतोअपतत् || ६-९६-२४
tena khaDgena sa~NkruddhaH sugrIvasya chamUmukhe |
kavachaM paatayaamaasa sa khaDgaabhihatoapatat || 6-96-24


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.24

24. hataH = wounded; khaDga praaareNa = by the blow of the sword; balinaa tena rakShasaa = of that strong demon; vaanaraH = Sugreeva; abhavat = became; visamjJNaH iva = as though unconscious; bhuumau = on the ground; muhuurtam = for a moment.

Wounded by the blow of the sword of that strong demon, Sugreeva became as though unconscious on the ground, for a moment. .

सहसा स तदोत्पत्य राक्षसस्य महाहवे |
मुष्टिं संवर्त्य वेगेन पातयामास वक्षसि || ६-९६-२५
sahasaa sa tadotpatya raakShasasya mahaahave |
muShTiM saMvartya vegena paatayaamaasa vakShasi || 6-96-25


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.25

25. tadaa = then; utpatya = bouncing up; sahasaa = suddenly; mahaahave = in that great battle; saH = that Sugreeva; samvartya = tightening; muShTim = his fist; paatayaamaasa = brought it down; raakShasasya vakShasi = on the demon’s chest; vegena = violently.

Then, bouncing up suddenly in that great battle, Sugreeva, tightening his fist, brought it down on the demon’s chest violently. .

मुष्टिप्रहाराभिहतो विरूपाक्षो निशाचरः |
तेन खड्गेन संक्रुद्धः सुग्रीवस्य चमूमुखे || ६-९६-२६
कवचम् पातयामास पद्भ्यामभिहतोऽपतत् |
muShTiprahaaraabhihato viruupaakSho nishaacharaH |
tena khaDgena saMkruddhaH sugriivasya chamuumukhe || 6-96-26
kavacham paatayaamaasa padbhyaamabhihato.apatat |


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.26

26. samkruddhaH = enraged; muShTiprahaara abhihataH = when struck by the blow of the fist; viruupaakShaH = Virupaksha; nishaacharaH = the demon; paatayaamaasa = brough donw; kavacham = the armour; sugriivasya = of Sugreeva; tena khaDgena = by his sword; chamuumukhe = at the battle-front; abhihataH = Sugreeva; struck by him; apatat = fell down; padbhyaam = from his feet.

Feeling enraged, when struck by the blow of that fist, Virupaksha the demon brought down the armour of Sugreeva by his sword at the battle-front. Thus struck by him, Sugreeva fell down from his feet. .

स समुत्थाय पतितः कपिस्तस्य व्यसर्जयत् || ६-९६-२७
तलप्रहारमशनेः समानं भीमनिस्वनम् |
sa samutthaaya patitaH kapistasya vyasarjayat || 6-96-27
talaprahaaramashaneH samaanaM bhImanisvanam |


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.27

27. samutthaaya = getting up; patitaH = when fallen; saH kapiH = that Sugreeva; vyasarjayat = gave; tasya = him; talaprahaaram = a sharp; bhiimaniH svanam = with a terrific sound; samaanam = equal; aashaneH = to a thunder.

Getting up when fallen, Sugreeva gave him a slap, which produced a terrific sound similar to a thunder. .

तलप्रहारन् तद्रक्षः सुग्रीवेण समुद्यतम् || ६-९६-२८
नैपुण्यान्मोचयित्वैनं मुष्टिनोरस्यताडयत् |
talaprahaaran tadrakShaH sugrIveNa samudyatam || 6-96-28
naipuNyaanmochayitvainaM muShTinorasyataaDayat |


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.28

28. mochaitvaa = setting himself free; tala prahaaram = from that slap; samudyataat = which was about to be raised; sugreeva = by Sugreeva; naipuNyaat = with skill; tat rakShaH = Virupakha; that demon; ataaDayat = struck; enam = him; urasi = on the chest; muShTinaa = with his fist.

Setting himself free from that slap, which was about to be raised by Sugreeva skillfully, Virupaksha the demon struck Sugreeva on the chest with his fist. .

ततस्तु सङ्क्रुद्धतरः सुग्रीवो वानरेश्वरः || ६-९६-२९
मोक्षितन् चात्मनो दृष्ट्वा प्रहारं तेन रक्षसा |
tatastu sa~NkruddhataraH sugrIvo vaanareshvaraH || 6-96-29
mokShitan chaatmano dR^iShTvaa prahaaraM tena rakShasaa |


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.29

29. tataH = then; dR^iShTvaa = seeing; aatmanaH = his; prahaaram = blow; mokShitam = being escaped; sugriivaH = Sugreeva; vaanareshvaraH tu = the king of monkeys for his part; samkruddhataraH = was very much enraged.

Then, seeing that demon escaping his blow, Sugreeva the monkey-king for his part, very much enraged. .

स ददर्शान्तरन् तस्य विरूपाक्षस्य वानरः || ६-९६-३०
ततो न्यपातयत्क्रोधाच्छङ्खदेशे महातलम् | |
sa dadarshaantaran tasya virUpaakShasya vaanaraH || 6-96-30
tato nyapaatayatkrodhaachchha~Nkhadeshe mahaatalam


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.30

30.saH vaanaraH = that monkey; dadarsha = saw; antaram = an opportunity; tasya viruupaakShasya = (to strike) that Virupaksha; tataH = then; krodhaat = with anger; paatayat- (Sugreeva) brought down; anyat = another; mahaatalam = violent slap; shaNkha deshe = on his temple-bone.

That monkey saw an opportunity to strike that Virupaksha. Then, with anger, Sugreeva brought down another violent slap on his temple-bone. .

महेन्द्राशनिकल्पेन तलेनाभिहतः क्षितौ || ६-९६-३१
पपात रुधिरक्लिन्नः शोणितन् स समुद्वमन् |
स्रोतोभ्यस्तु विरूपाक्षो जलं रस्रवणादिव || ६-९६-३२
mahendraashanikalpena talenaabhihataH kShitau || 6-96-31
papaata rudhiraklinnaH shoNitan sa samudvaman |
srotobhyastu viruupaakSho jalaM rasravaNaadiva || 6-96-32


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.31, 6.96.32

31; 32. viruupaakShaH = Virupaksha; abhihataH = struck; talena = by that palm; mahendra ashanikalpena = like the thunderbolt of Indra the lord of celestials; papaata = fell; kShitau = to the ground; rudhira klinnaH = bathing blood; samudgiran = oozing; shoNitam = blood; bahu = profusely; srotobhyaH = from that apertures of his body; jalamiva = as water (flows); prasravaNaat = from the spring.

Virupaksha, struck by the blow of that palm, which was like the thunderbolt to the ground, oozing blood profusely from the (nine) apertures* of his body, as water flows from the spring.

* Nine apertures of body are two eyes, two nostrils, two ears, mouth, penis and anus. .

विवृत्तनयनन् क्रोधात्सफेन रुधिराप्लुतम् |
ददृशुस्ते विरूपाक्षन् विरूपाक्षतरन् कृतम् || ६-९६-३३
vivR^ittanayanan krodhaatsaphena rudhiraaplutam |
dadR^ishuste virUpaakShan virUpaakShataran kR^itam || 6-96-33


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.33

33. te = the monkeys; dadR^ishuH = saw; viruupaakSham = Virupaksha; vivR^itta nayanam = with his eyes rolling; krodhaat = through anger; saphenam rudhiaaplutam = bathed in foaming blood; viruupaakShataram kR^itam = and as such rendered all the more deformed.*

The monkeys saw Virupaksha, bathed in foaming blood, with his eyes rolling through anger and as such rendered all the more deformed.*

* There is a pun here on the word ‘Virupaksha’ which means one with deformed eyes. .

स्फुरन्तं परिवर्जन्तं पार्श्वेन रुधिरोक्षितम् |
करुणन् च विनर्दान्तं ददृशुः कपयो रिपुम् || ६-९६-३४
sphurantaM parivarjantaM paarshvena rudhirokShitam |
karuNan cha vinardaantaM dadR^ishuH kapayo ripum || 6-96-34


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.34

34. kapayaH = the monkeys; dadR^ishuH = saw; ripum = the enemy; rudhirokShitam = moistened with blood; parivartanam = turning to and from; sphurantam = as also throbbing; paarshvena = on his sides; vinardantam = and roaring; karuNam = piteously.

The monkeys saw their enemy, bathed in blood, turning to and from as also throbbing on his sides and roaring piteously. .

तथा तु तौ सन्यति सम्प्रयुक्तौ |
तरस्विनौ वानरराक्षसानाम् |
बलार्णवौ सस्वनतुः सभीमं |
महार्णवौ द्वाविव भिन्नवेलौ || ६-९६-३५
tathaa tu tau sanyati samprayuktau |
tarasvinau vaanararaakShasaanaam |
balaarNavau sasvanatuH sabhImaM |
mahaarNavau dvaaviva bhinnavelau || 6-96-35


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.35

35. samprayuktau = confronting together; samyati = in the battle-field; tathaa = in that way; tarasvinau bhiimau = those two violent and terrific; balaarNavau = armies which were extensive as seas; raakShasaanaam = of monkeys and demons; sasvanatushcha = roared; dvau mahaarNavau iva = like two large oceans; bhinna setuu = which had burst their bounds.

Confronting together in the battle-field in that way, those two violent and terrific armies which were extensive as oceans, of monkeys and demons, roared like two large oceans which had burst their bounds. .

विनाशितं प्रेक्ष्य विरूपनेत्रं |
महाबलन् तन् हरिपार्थिवेन |
बलन् समस्तन् कपिराक्षसानाम् |
उन्मत्तगङ्गाप्रतिमं बभूव || ६-९६-३६
vinaashitaM prekShya virUpanetraM |
mahaabalan tan haripaarthivena |
balan samastan kapiraakShasaanaam |
unmattaga~NgaapratimaM babhUva || 6-96-36


Show Description: Sloka 6.96.36

36. prekShya = beholding tam = that; mahaabalam = mighty; viruupanetram = virupaksha; vinaashitam = killed; haripaarthivena = by Sugreeva; balam = the army; kapiraakShasaanaam = of monkeys and demon; sametam = together; babhuuva = looked; udvR^itta gaN^gaapratimam = like the agitatd river of Ganga.

Beholding that mighty Virupaksha killed by Sugreeva, the army of monkeys and demons together looked like the agitated river of Ganga. .

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