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
भय आतुर कपि भागन लागे। जद्यपि उमा जीतिहहिं आगे।।
कोउ कह कहँ अंगद हनुमंता। कहँ नल नील दुबिद बलवंता।।
निज दल बिकल सुना हनुमाना। पच्छिम द्वार रहा बलवाना।।
मेघनाद तहँ करइ लराई। टूट न द्वार परम कठिनाई।।
पवनतनय मन भा अति क्रोधा। गर्जेउ प्रबल काल सम जोधा।।
कूदि लंक गढ़ ऊपर आवा। गहि गिरि मेघनाद कहुँ धावा।।
भंजेउ रथ सारथी निपाता। ताहि हृदय महुँ मारेसि लाता।।
दुसरें सूत बिकल तेहि जाना। स्यंदन घालि तुरत गृह आना।।
दो0-अंगद सुना पवनसुत गढ़ पर गयउ अकेल।
रन बाँकुरा बालिसुत तरकि चढ़ेउ कपि खेल।।43।।
We covered up to Doha 42 of Lanka Kand in Ramcharit Manas of Tulsidas in the last post and this is further to it.
“The monkeys and bears, now fearful, began to runaway due to surge in assault by demons,” said Lord Shiv, “Uma, they will ultimately win in the end.”
Some called out for Angad, some for Hanuman, Nal, Neel, Dwivid and Mayank i e all the known brave soldiers in their own team. Hanuman, the brave one, learned of disenchantment of his own side in the latest round of battle when he was near the western door of the fort. Meghnad was in charge of the assault from enemy side and was posing much difficulty in breaking of the gate. This enraged Pawansut Hanuman to an extreme extent, and then this warrior having as much strength as the lord of death, roared; he climbed right on top of the fort jumping forcefully and holding a piece of the mountain rushed to attach Meghnad. Hanuman broke the chariot of Meghnad and killed the charioteer and struck with his leg at the heart region of Meghnad. The charioteer in waiting carried Meghnad, in state of delirium, in his chariot to safety at home.
When Angad gathered that Hanuman had gone alone on top of the fort, the expert warrior son of King Bali too, now defiant, climbed up there effortlessly (a true friend agitates immediately when he finds his friend in any kind of peril).
This covers up to Doha 43 of Lanka Kand.
जुद्ध बिरुद्ध क्रुद्ध द्वौ बंदर। राम प्रताप सुमिरि उर अंतर।।
रावन भवन चढ़े द्वौ धाई। करहि कोसलाधीस दोहाई।।
कलस सहित गहि भवनु ढहावा। देखि निसाचरपति भय पावा।।
नारि बृंद कर पीटहिं छाती। अब दुइ कपि आए उतपाती।।
कपिलीला करि तिन्हहि डेरावहिं। रामचंद्र कर सुजसु सुनावहिं।।
पुनि कर गहि कंचन के खंभा। कहेन्हि करिअ उतपात अरंभा।।
गर्जि परे रिपु कटक मझारी। लागे मर्दै भुज बल भारी।।
काहुहि लात चपेटन्हि केहू। भजहु न रामहि सो फल लेहू।।
दो0-एक एक सों मर्दहिं तोरि चलावहिं मुंड।
रावन आगें परहिं ते जनु फूटहिं दधि कुंड।।44।।
Now there were two angry monkeys engaged in combat with enemy forces; they however had memory of glories and influence of Shri Ram, the Lord, reflect in their hearts. Later they went over at top of Ravan’s palace proclaiming victory to the Lord Of Kaushala Shri Ram. They brought the palace crumbling down along with its decorative vessels on its top; this brought the master of demons under a frightful spell and his women folk began to beat their bosom and breast and cried that now two mischief-making monkeys had come together. The monkeys also frightened them with their pranks as is natural for moneys and also uttered for their benefit the glories and renown of Shri Ram (which take away fright and worries).
Next they balanced golden pillars in their hands and called out to resumed act of ruination. Then they growled and jumped right in the midst of enemy formations and began to smash and crush the enemy soldiers with might of their strong hands. They kicked some and thrashed some and admonished them for not chanting name of Ram and therefore suffer the consequence.
Competing with each other Hanuman and Angad killed many and hurled their severed heads which fell right in front of Ravan and burst like clay pots containing curd.
We have now covered up to Doha 44 of Lanka Kand in Ramcharit Manas of Tulsidas.
Bhavani Shankar ki Jai!
Shri Jankivallabho Vijayatey!
Pawansut Hanuman Ki Jai!
Sant Samaj Ko Pranam!
Goswami Tulsidas Ki Jai!