Ramcharit Charit DLXXII

II Shree Guruvey Namah II

 

Jai Shri Ram,

 

II Sri Ram jai Ram Jai Jai Ram II

II Sri Ram jai Ram Jai Jai Ram II

II Sri Ram Jai Ram Jai Jai Ram II

 

बिकसे सरसिज नाना रंगा। मधुर मुखर गुंजत बहु भृंगा।।
बोलत जलकुक्कुट कलहंसा। प्रभु बिलोकि जनु करत प्रसंसा।।
चक्रवाक बक खग समुदाई। देखत बनइ बरनि नहिं जाई।।
सुन्दर खग गन गिरा सुहाई। जात पथिक जनु लेत बोलाई।।
ताल समीप मुनिन्ह गृह छाए। चहु दिसि कानन बिटप सुहाए।।
चंपक बकुल कदंब तमाला। पाटल पनस परास रसाला।।
नव पल्लव कुसुमित तरु नाना। चंचरीक पटली कर गाना।।
सीतल मंद सुगंध सुभाऊ। संतत बहइ मनोहर बाऊ।।
कुहू कुहू कोकिल धुनि करहीं। सुनि रव सरस ध्यान मुनि टरहीं।।
दो0-फल भारन नमि बिटप सब रहे भूमि निअराइ।
पर उपकारी पुरुष जिमि नवहिं सुसंपति पाइ।।40।।

We covered up to Doha 40 of Aranya Kand in Ramcharit manas of Tulsidas in the last post and this is further to it.

The Pampasar had full blown lotuses of many shades, on them hovered many bees making sweet sounding humming noise. The quacking  and chirping of swans and other water birds seemed like they were praising the Lord after having looked at Him. Host of other types of birds had gathered there and their beauty can only be appreciated by looking at them not by description. They made noises while flying high in the sky as if calling the passers by to come and visit the spot. Near by the lake, Munis had their huts in the midst of abounding beautiful trees of various kinds namely  Campaka,  Bakula,  Kadamba,  Tamåla, the Patal, Panasa,  Palash and Rasala (mango) and rest. These flowering trees had just had new leaves and Chanchreeks (a kind of birds) sang sitting over their branches. The lovely air, fragrant and cool, flowed slowly and continuously there. The cuckoos cooed, their lovely sound drew hearts of Munis disturbing their meditation (the distractions have to be faced even in deep jungles so more than the peace in surroundings the related level of strength in keeping focus and concentration matters).

Most of the trees had their branches bending towards ground because of weight of the fruits on them (to let the people enjoy their fruits easily) like a person with charitable mind becomes all the more humble and courteous when he has riches generated through right means to offer (with a view to helping others).

We have now covered up to Doha 40 of Aranya kand.

 

Bhavani Shankar ki jai!

Shri Jnkivallabho Vijayatey!

Sant Samaj ko pranam!

Goswami tulsidas Ki Jai!

 

HariOm,

Krishna Khandlewal

 

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