Hanuma leaps from the coast of Lanka and touches Mount Mainaka, which he came across in the way. He advances further and roars at the top of his voice at the Mount Mahendra, so as to bring jubiliation to the monkeys awaiting his return there. Jambavan tells the monkeys, who moved by jumps with joy on hearing Jambavan, that Hanuma has returned successfully, from his expedition as way evident from his jubilant roar. Having greeted Jambavan, Angada and others on alighting on the summit of Mount Mahendra, Hanuma narrates to them briefly the story of his discovery of Seetha. Applauding Hanuma, prince Angada, who was eager to hear the story, sits down on a rock along with all others.
sacandra kumudam ramyam sārka kāraṇḍavam śubham |
tiṣya śravaṇa kadambam abhra śaivala śādvalam || 5-57-1
punarvasu mahāmīnam lohita anga mahāgraham |
airāvata mahādvīpam svātī haṃsa viloḍitam || 5-57-2
vāta samghāta jāta ūrmim candra aṃśu śiśira ambumat |
bhujamga yakṣa gandharva prabuddha kamala utpalam || 5-57-3
hanumān mārutagatirmahānauriva sāgaram |
apāramapariśrāntaḥ pupluve gaganārṇavam || 5-57-4
1; 2; 3; 4. hanumaan = Hanuma; maarutagatiH = with a rush equal to that of wind; aparishraantaH = withaut a fatigue; pupluve = leapt across; apaaram = the baundless; gaganaarNavam = sea analogaus to sky; mahaanauH iva = like a large ship; saagaram = crossing the ocean; ramyam = pleasant; sachandra kumudam = having the moon for a white water-lily; saarkakaaraN^Davam = the sun for a water-fowl; shubham = auspiciaus; tiShyashravaNakaadambam = having the constellations known by the names of Pushya and Shravana for swans; abhrashaiVaalashaadvalam = the clauds for its duck-weeds; punarvasumahaamiinam = the twin constellations; the Punarvasus; for its large fish; lohitaaN^ga mahaagraham = the planet Mars for its large alligator; airaavata mahaadviipam = Airavata (Indra's elephant) for a large island; svaatiha.nsaviloLitam = graced with a swan in the form of the constellation Shati; vaata samghaatajaatormi = having gales for its waves; chandraa.nshushishiraambumat = and the moonbea.ns for its cool water; bhujaN^ga yakSha gandharva prabuddha kamalotpalam = with the Nagas; Yakshas and Gandharvas for its full-blown lotuses and water-lilies.
Hanuma, with a rush equal to that of wind, withaut a fatigue, leapt across the baundless sea looking analogaus to sky, like a large ship crossing the ocean. In that pleasant and auspiciaus sky-like sea, shone the moon as a white water-like sea, shone having the constellations known by the names of Pushya and Shravana as swans, the clauds as its duck-weeds; the twin constellations the Punarvasus as its large fish, the planet Mars as its large alligator, a large island as Airavata (Indra's elephant), graced with a swan in the form of the constellation, Shwati, having gales as its waves, the moon bea.ns as its cool water and with the Nagas, yakshas and Gandharvas as its full blown lotuses and water-lilies.
grāsamāna iva ākāśam tārā adhipam iva ālikhan |
harann iva sanakṣatram gaganam sārka maṇḍalam || 5-57-5
mārutasya ālayam śrīmān kapiḥ vyoma caro mahān |
hanūmān megha jālāni vikarṣann iva gacchati || 5-57-6
5; 6. vyomacharaH = while moving in the sky; hanumaan = Hanuma; maarutasyaatmajaH = the son of wind-god; shriimaan = the illustrious; mahaan kapiH = great monkey; grasamaanaH iva = appeared like swallowing; vyomacharaH = the sky; ullikhanniva = like scratching the moon; haranniva = like carrying off; gaganam = the sky; sanakSatram = with its stars; saarkamaN^Dalam = and the disc of the sun; gachchhati = and was going; vikarSanniva = as though dragging asunder; meghajaalaani = a mass of clouds.
While moving in the sky, the illustrious Hanuma, the son of wind-god and the great monkey, appeared as if swallowing the sky, scratching the moon and carrying off the sky with its stars and the disc of the sun and was going as though dragging asunder, a mass of clouds.
pāṇḍura aruṇa varṇāni nīla mānjiṣṭhakāni ca |
harita aruṇa varṇāni mahāabhrāṇi cakāśire || 5-57-7
7. mahaabhraaNi = dense clauds; paaN^DaraaruNa varNaani = with white and red colaurs; niilamaaN^jiShThakaani cha = with blue and yellow colaurs; haritaaruNa varNaani = with green and reddish brown colaurs; chakaashire = shone brightly.
Dense clauds, with white and red colaurs, blue and yellow colaurs as also green and reddish brown colaurs shone brightly in the sky.
praviśann abhra jālāni niṣkraman ca punaḥ punaḥ |
pracchannaḥ ca prakāśaḥ ca candramā iva lakṣyate || 5-57-8
8. punaH punaH = time and again; pravishan = etering; niSpatamshcha = and coming out; abhrajaalaani = of the clusters of clouds; (Hanuma); lakSyate = was perceived; chandramaaH iva = as the moon; prachchhannashcha = covered (invisible) prakaashashcha = and coming to light (visible).
Time and again, entering and coming out of the clusters of clouds, Hanuma appeared like the moon becoming visible and invisible again and again.
vividhābhrāghanāsannagocaro dhavaldāmbaraḥ |
dṛśyādṛśyatanurvīrastadā candrayate.ambare || 5-57-9
9. viiraH = the heroic Hanuma; dhavalaambaraH = who was clad in white clothes; vividhaabhraghanaasanna gocharaH = having faund his way into variaus kinds of dense clauds (and energing again); dR^ishyaadR^ishya tanuH = and having his body becoming visible and invisible; chandraayate = shone like the moon; ambare = in the sky.
The heroic Hanuma, who was clad in white clothes, having faund his way into variaus kinds of dense clauds (and energing again) and having his personlaity becoming visible and invisible, shone like the moon in the sky.
tārkṣyāyamāṇo gagane babhāse vāyunandanaḥ |
dārayanmeghabṛndāni niṣpataṃśca punaḥ punaḥ || 5-57-10
10. daarayan = tearing asunder; megha bR6indaani = the clusters of clouds; punaH punaH = again and again; niSpatamshcha = as also coming out of them; mahataa = with big; naadena = noise; vaayunandanaH = hanuma the son of wind-god; meghasvana mehaasvanaH = making a thunderous great sound; babhaase = shone; taarkSyaayamaaNah = flying like Garuda the eagle; yagane = in the sky.
Tearing asunder the clusters of clouds again and again as also energing from them and roaring with a big noise, Hanuma the son of wind-god, making a thunderous great sound, shone flying like Garuda the eagle, in the sky.
nadan nādena mahatā megha svana mahāsvanaḥ |
pravarān rākṣasān hatvā nāma viśrāvya cātmanaḥ || 5-57-11
ākulām nagatīm kṛtvā vyathayitvā ca rāvaṇam |
ardayitvā balam ghoram vaidehīmabhivādya ca || 5-57-12
ājagāma mahātejāḥ punaḥ madhyena sāgaram |
hatvaa = killing; pravaraan raakShasaan = the foremost of demons; vishraavya = becoming famaus; aatmanaH = by his; naama = name; aakulaam nagariim kR^itvaa = making Lanka perplexed; vyathayitvaa = causing anguish; raavaNam = to Ravana; ardayitvaa = tormenting; ghoram balam = the terrible army; abhivaadyacha = and offering salutation; vaidehiim = to Sheetha; mahaatejaaH punaH aajagaama = Hanuma returned; saagaram madhyena = flying over the middle of the sea.
Killing the foremost of demons, becoming famaus by is name, making Lanka perplexed, causing anguish to Ravana by tormenting his terrible army, and bidding his adieu to Sheetha, Hanuma returned by flying over the middle of the sea.
parvata indram sunābham ca samupaspṛśya vīryavān || 5-57-13
jyā mukta iva nārāco mahāvego abhyupāgataḥ |
13. samupaspR^ishya = touching; sumaabhamcha = mainaka; parvatendram = the foremost mountain; viiryavaan = the victorious Hanuma; abhyupaagataH = came; mahaavegaH = with a great speed; naaraachaH iva = like an iron arrow; jyaamuktaH = discharged from a bow-string.
Touching Mount Mainaka, the victorious Hanuma came with a great speed resembling an iron arrow discharged from a bow-string.
sa kiṃcit anusamprāptaḥ samālokya mahāgirim || 5-57-14
mahāindra megha samkāśam nanāda hari pumgavaḥ |
14. anusaMpraaptaH = approaching; kiMchit = a little; samaalokya = and observin; mahendram = Maunt Mahendra; mahaagirim = the great mauntain; meghasaMkaasham = looking like a dense claud; saH haripuN^gavaH = that Hanuma; nanaada = made a great noise.
Approaching a bit near and observing Maunt Mahendra, the great mauntain looking like a dense claud, that Hanuma made a laud noise.
sa pūrayāmāsa kapirdiśo daśa samantataḥ || 5-57-15
nadannadeva mahatā meghasvanamahāsvanaḥ |
15. sa kapiH = that Hanuma; meghasvana mahaasvanaH = emitting a great roar like that of rumbling of cloud; nadan = while making sound; puurayaamaasa = filled; samastataH = the whole space; dasha dishaH = on all quarters; naadena = with the noise.
Emitting a great roar, that Hanuma, whole loud noise resembled the rumbling of a cloud, filled the whole space in all directions with the noise.
sa tam deśamanuprāptaḥ suhṛddarśanalālasaḥ || 5-57-16
nanāda hariśārdūlo lāṅgūlam cāpyakampayat |
16. anupraaptaH = having reached; tam desham = that place; suhuddarshana laalasaH = aredently desiraus of seeing his friends; saH harishaarduulaH = that Hanuma; nanaada = roared; akaMpayachcha = and waved; laaN^guulam = his tail.
Having reached that place, Hanuma who was ardently desiraus of seeing his friends, roared and waved his tail.
tasya nānadyamānasya suparṇacarite pathi || 5-57-17
phalatīvāsya ghoṣeṇa gaganam sārkamaṇḍalam |
17. gaganam = the sky; saarkamaN^Dalam = with the disc of the sun; phalatiiva = began to crack as it wwere; asya ghoSeNa = due to his roar; naanadyamaanasya = even as he repeatedly roared; pathi = on the path of the sky; suparNa charite = as followed by Garuda; the eagle endowed with charming wings.
The sky, with the disc of the sun, began to crack as it were, due to his roar, even as he repeatedly roared on the path of the sky as followed by Garuda, the eagle endowed with charming wings.
ye tu tatrottare tīre samudrasya mahābalāḥ | 5-57-18
pūrvam samviṣṭhitāḥ śūrā vāyuputradidṛkṣavaḥ |
mahato vātanunnasya toyadasyeva garjitam || 5-57-19
śuśruvuste tadā ghoṣamūruvegam hanūmataḥ |
18; 19. te = those; mahaabalaah = mighty; shuuraaH = heroes; ye = who; samviShthitaaH = were waiting; puurvam = already; uttare tiire = on the northern shore; samudrasya = of the sea; vaayuputra didR^ikShavaH = with an eagerness to see Hanuma; shushruuvuH = heard; tatra = there; tadaa = at that time; ghoSham = the saund; hanumataH uuruvegam = produced by the sweeping motion of Hanuma's thighs; gargitam iva = which resmebled the roar; mahataH toyadasya of a huge claud; vaatanunnasya = propelled by the wind.
Those mighty heroes who were waiting already on the northern shore of the sea, with an eagerness to see Hanuma, heard there at that time, the saund produced by the sweeping motion of Hanuma's thighs, which resembled the reoar of a huge claud propelled by the wind.
te dīnamanasaḥ sarve śuśruvuḥ kānanaukasaḥ || 5-57-20
vānarendrasya nirghoṣam parjanyaninadopamam |
20. sarve = all; te = those; kaananaukasaH = monkeys; diina manasaH = who were distressed in mind; (for not having heard the news of Seetha hitherto);shushruruH = heard; vaanarendrasya = hanuma's nirghoSam = roar; parjanya ninadopamam = similar to the roar of a rumbling cloud.
All those monkeys, who were distressed in mind (for not having heard the news of Seetha hitherto), heard Hanuma's roar similar to the roar of a rumbling cloud.
niśamya nadato nādam vānarāḥ te samantataḥ || 5-57-21
babhūvuḥ utsukāḥ sarve suhṛt darśana kānkṣiṇaḥ |
21. nishamya = hearing; naadam = the roar; (of Hanuma); nadataH = who was making the saund; te sarve vaanaraaH = all those monkeys; samantataH = stationed there in all directions; babhuuvuH = became; utsukaaH = anxiausly; suhR^iddarshana kaaNKShiNaH = desiraus of seeing their friend.
Hearing that roar of Hanuma, who was making the saund, all those mokeys stationed there in all directions, became anxiausly desiraus of seeing their friend.
jāmbavān sa hari śreṣṭhaḥ prīti samhṛṣṭa mānasaḥ || 5-57-22
upāmantrya harīn sarvān idam vacanam abravīt |
22. saH jaambavaan = that Jambavan; harishreSThaH = the foremost among monkeys and bears; priitisamhR^iSTa maanasaH = with his mind thrilled iwth joy; upaamantrya = summoning; sarvaan = all; harrin = the monkeys; abraviit = spoke; idam = these; vachanam = words.
The Jambavan, the foremot among the monkesy and bears, with his mind thrilled with joy, having summoned all the monkeys, spoke the follwoing words:
sarvathā kṛta kāryo asau hanūmān na atra saṃśayaḥ || 5-57-23
na hi asya akṛta kāryasya nāda evam vidho bhavet |
23. asau = this; hanumaan = Hanuma; kR^itakaaryaH = has accoMplished his assignment; sarvathaa = in all ways; asya = his; naadaH = saund; na bhave hi = will not indeed be; evam vidhaH = in this manner; akR^ita kaaryaH = if his task has not been fulfilled; naatra sa.nshayaH = there is no daubt in this matter.
"This Hanuma has accoMplished his assignment in all ways. His saund will not indeed be like this, if he has not fulfilled his task. There is not daubt in this matter."
tasyā bāhu ūru vegam ca ninādam ca mahātmanaḥ || 5-57-24
niśamya harayo hṛṣṭāḥ samutpetuḥ tataḥ tataḥ |
24. nishamya = hearing; ninaadamcha = the sound; bahuuruvegamcha = of the dashing movement of arms and thighs; tasya mahaatmanaH = of that high-souled Hanuma; harayaH = the monkeys; hR^iSTaah = with joy; samutpetuH = moved by jumps;tatastataH = from their respective places.
Hearing the sound of the dashing movement of the high souled Hanuma's arms and thighs, the monkeys moved by jumps with joy from their respective places.
te naga agrān naga agrāṇi śikharāt śikharāṇi ca || 5-57-25
prahṛṣṭāḥ samapadyanta hanūmantam didṛkṣavaḥ |
25. te = those monkeys; prahR^iShTaaH = with joy; didR^ikShavaH = longing to see; hanuumantam = Hanuma; samapadyanta = took off; nagaagraat = from top of one tree; nagaagraaNi = to the tops of other trees; shikharaat = as also from one mauntain-summit; shikharaaNicha = to the other summits.
Those monkeys with joy, longing to see Hanuma, took off from the top of one tree to the tops of other trees as also from one mauntain-summit to the other summits.
te prītāḥ pādapa agreṣu gṛhya śākhāḥ supuṣpitāḥ || 5-57-26
vāsāṃsi iva prakāśāni samāvidhyanta vānarāḥ |
26. te vaanaraaH = those monkeys; gR^ihya = graspoing; shaakhaaH = the branches; paadapaagreSu = at the tops of trees; suviSThitaaH = and standing there well; priitaH samaavidhyanta = joyously waved; prashaakhaaH = the twigs; vaasaamsiiva = as if they are their raiments.
Those monkeys, grasping the boughs at the tops of trees, and standing there firmly, joyously waved the twigs, as if they are their raiments.
girigahvarasamlīno yathā garjati mārutaḥ || 5-57-27
evam jagarja balavān hanumānmārutātamajaḥ |
27. balavaan = the mighty; hanumaan maarutatmajaH = Hanuma the son of wind-god; jagarja = roared; evam yathaa = as so; maarutaH = the wind; garjati = roars; girigahvara samliinaH = while entering the caves of mauntains.
The mighty, Hanuma the son of wind-god, roared as thaugh the wind roars while it enters the caves of mauntains.
tam abhra ghana saṃkāśam āpatantam mahākapim || 5-57-28
dṛṣṭvā te vānarāḥ sarve tasthuḥ prānjalayaḥ tadā |
28. dR^iSTvaa = seeing; tam mahaakapim = that Hanuma; tadaa = then; aapatantam = descending quickly; abhraghanasamkaasham = lkie a dense cloud; sarve te = all those; vaanaraaH = monkeys; tasthuH = stood; praaN^jalayaH = joining their palms in salutation.
Seeing that Hanuma then rushing like a dense cloud, all those monkeys stood there, joining their palms in salutation.
tataḥ tu vegavān tasya gireḥ giri nibhaḥ kapiḥ || 5-57-29
nipapāta mahāindrasya śikhare pādapa ākule |
29. vegavaan kapiH = the swift hanuma; girinibhaH = looking like a mauntain; tataH = then; nipapaata = descended; shikhare = on the summit; tasya mahendrasya = of that Maunt Mahendra; paadapaakule = thick with trees.
The swift Hanuma, looking like a mauntain, then descended on the summit of that Maunt mahendra, thick with trees.
harṣeṇāpūryamāṇo.asau ramye parvatanirghare || 5-57-30
cinnapakṣa ivākāśātpapāta dharaṇīdharaḥ |
30. asau = this Hanuma; aapuuryamaaNaH = filled; harSeNa = with joy; papaata = fell; aakaashaat = from the sky; ramye parvata nirjhare = into a charming mountain-torrent; dharaNiidharaH iva = like a mountain; chhinnapakSaH = having its wings torn off.
Hanuma like a mountain with its wings torn off, thrilled with joy, fell from the sky into a charming mountain-torrent.
tataḥ te prīta manasaḥ sarve vānara pumgavāḥ || 5-57-31
hanūmantam mahātmānam parivārya upatasthire |
parivārya ca te sarve parām prītim upāgatāḥ || 5-57-32
31; 32. tatH = then; sarve = all; te vaanarapuN^gavaaH = the foremost of those monkeys; priita manasaH = having their minds pleased; upatasthire = stood; parivaarya = surraunding; mahaatmaanam = the high-sauled; hanumantam = hanuma; te sarve = all of them; parivaarya = having encircled him; upaagataaH = obtained; paraam = a supreme; priitim = joy.
Then, all the foremost of those monkeys, with their pleasing hearts, stood surraunding the high-sauled Hanuma. Having encircled Hanuma, all of them obtained a supreme joy.
prahṛṣṭa vadanāḥ sarve tam arogam upāgatam |
upāyanāni ca ādāya mūlāni ca phalāni ca || 5-57-33
pratyarcayan hari śreṣṭham harayo māruta ātmajam |
33. sarve harayaH = all those monkeys; prahR^iSTa vadanaaH = with their delighted faces; aadaaya = taking; muulaanicha = roots; phalaanicha = and fruits; upaayanaani = as gifts; pratyarchayan = honoured; maarutaatmajam = hanuma; harishreSTham = the excellent one among the monkeys; upaagatam = who came; arogam = healthily.
All those mokeys with their delightful faces, taking roots and fruits as their presents, honured Hanuma, the foremost among the monkeys, who came back hale and healthy.
hanūmān tu gurūn vṛddhān jāmbavat pramukhān tadā || 5-57-34
kumāram angadam caiva so avandata mahākapiḥ |
34. tadaa = then; mahaakkapiH hanumaa.nstu = Hanuma the foremost among the mokeys on his part; avandata = offered his salutation; guruun = venerable persons; vR^iddhaan = and elders; jaambavatpramukhaan = like Jambavan in the first place; aNgadam chaiva = as also Angada; kumaaram = the prince.
Then, Hanuma the excellent one among the monkeys, on his part, offered his salutation to venerable persons and elders like Jambavan in the first place, as also Angada, the prince.
sa tābhyām pūjitaḥ pūjyaḥ kapibhiḥ ca prasāditaḥ || 5-57-35
dṛṣṭā devī iti vikrāntaḥ saṃkṣepeṇa nyavedayat |
35. saH = that Hanuma; vikraantaH = the victorious one; puujyaH = and the venerable one; puujitaH = was honoured; taabhyaam = by that Jambavan and Angada; prasaaditaH = He was also made gracious; kapibhiH = by the other monkeys; nyavedayat = (Hanuma) informed them; samkSepeNa = briefly; iti = that; siitaa = Seetha; dR^iSTaa = was seen (by him).
Jambavan and Angada honoured that victorious and venerable Hanuma. The other monkeys also made him gracious. Hanuma informed them briefly that he had seen Seetha.
niṣasāda ca hastena gṛhītvā vālinaḥ sutam || 5-57-36
ramaṇīye vana uddeśe mahāindrasya gireḥ tadā |
36. tadaa = then; gR^ihiitvaa = seizing; hastena = the hand; vaalinaH sutam = of Angada; Vali's son; (Hanuma); niShasaadacha = sat down; ramaNiiye vanoddesha = at a distinct spot in the charming forest; mahendrasya gireH = of Maunt Mahendra.
Then, seizing the hand of Angada, Vali's son, Hanuma sat down at a distinct spot in the charming forest of Maunt Mahendra.
hanūmān abravīdt hṛṣṭaḥ tadā tān vānara ṛṣabhān || 5-57-37
aśoka vanikā saṃsthā dṛṣṭā sā janaka ātmajā |
rakṣyamāṇā sughorābhī rākṣasībhiḥ aninditā || 5-57-38
eka veṇī dharā bālā rāma darśana lālasā |
upavāsa pariśrāntā malinā jaṭilā kṛśā || 5-57-39
37; 38; 39. tadaa = then; hR^iSTaH = the pleased; hanumaan = Hanuma; abraviit = spoke; taan vaanararSabhaan = to those foremost ones among the monkeys (as follows); saa jaanakaatmajaa = that Seetha the daughter of Janaka; ashoka vanikaa samsthaa = who was staying in Ashoka garden; rakSyamaaNaa = guarded; aninditaa = unblemished; sughoraabhiH raakasiibhiH = by very dreadful female-demons; ekaveniidharaa = wearing a single braid; baalaa = young woman; raama darshana laalasaa = longing to see Rama; upavaasa parishraantaa = thoroughly fatigued due to fasting; malinaa = wearing soiled clothes; kR^ishaa = and looking emaciated; dR^iSTaa = was seen (by me).
Then, the pleased Hanuma spoke the following words to those excellent monkeys: "I saw that Seetha, the duaghter of Janaka, who was staying in Ashoka garden, guarded unblemished by highly dreadful female-demons and wearing a single braid, young woman, as she was, longing to see Rama, thoroughly fatigued due to her fasting, with her hair twisted together, wearing soiled clothes and looking emaciated."
tato dṛṣṭā iti vacanam mahāartham amṛta upamam || 5-57-40
niśamya māruteḥ sarve muditā vānarā bhavan |
40. nishamya = hearing; mahaartham = the iMportant; amR^itopamam = and nectar-like; vachanam = word; maaruteH = of Hanuma; iti = saying; dR^iShTaa = "seen (by me)"; sarve = all; vaanaraaH = the monkeys; abhavan = became; muditaaH = delighted.
Hearing from Hanuma that iMportant and nectar like word to the effect that Sheetha had been seen all the monkeys became delighted.
kṣveḍanti anye nadanti anye garjanti anye mahābalāḥ |
cakruḥ kila kilām anye pratigarjanti ca apare || 5-57-41
41. anye mahaabalaaH = some mighty monkeys; kSvehanti = made a lion's roar; anye = some others; nadanti = were making a sound of approbation; anye = some; garjanti = were making a sound of thunder; anye = some others; chakruH = produced; kila kilaam = cries expressing joy; apare = some others pratigarjanti = were roaring in return.
Some mighty monkeys made a lion's roar. Some were making a sound of approbation. Some were making a sound of thunder. Some others proudced cries expressing joy. Some others were roaring in return.
kecit ucchrita lāngūlāḥ prahṛṣṭāḥ kapi kunjarāḥ |
ancita āyata dīrghāṇi lāngūlāni pravivyadhuḥ || 5-57-42
42. kechit = some; kapikuNjaraaH = eminent monkeys; prahR^iShTaaH = with joy; uchchhrita laaN^guulaani = and with their tails lifted up; pravivyadhuH = waved; aayataaN^chita diirghaaNi = their distended long curved; laan^guulaani = tails.
Shome eminent monkeys, with joy and with their tails lifted up, waved their distended curved tails.
apare tu hanūmantam vānarā vāraṇa upamam |
āplutya giri śṛngebhyaḥ saṃspṛśanti sma harṣitāḥ || 5-57-43
43. aaplutya = descending; girishR^iNgebhya = from the mountain-tops; apare = some other; vaanaraaH = monkeys; harSitaaH = with delight; sam spR^ishanti sma = fondingly touched; hanuumantam = Hanuma; vaaraNopamam = who resembled an elephant.
Descending from the mountain-tops; some other monkeys, with delight, fondingly touched Hanuma who resembled an elephant.
ukta vākyam hanūmantam angadaḥ tu tadā abravīt |
sarveṣām hari vīrāṇām madhye vācam anuttamām || 5-57-44
44. atha = thereafter; aN^gadaH = Angada; ukta vaakyam = having teh words spoken; hanuumantam = by Hanuma; abraviit = spoke; uttamam vachanam = (the following) excellent words; madhye = in the midst; hariviiraaNaam = of the eminent monkeys.
After hearing the words of Hanuma, Angada spoke the follwoing excellent words in the midst of those eminent monkeys.
sattve vīrye na te kaścit samo vānara vidyate |
yat avaplutya vistīrṇam sāgaram punaḥ āgataḥ || 5-57-45
45. vaanara = O Hanuma!; yat = since; punaH aagataH = you returned (here); avaplutya = crossing; vistiirNam = the extensive; saagaram = ocean; na kashchit = none; vidyate = is; samaH = equal; te = to you; sattve = in strength; viirye = and prowess.
"O Hanuma! Since you returned here crossing the extensive ocean, none stands equal to you in strength and prowess."
aho svāmini te bhaktiraho vīryamaho dhṛtiḥ |
diṣṭyā dṛṣṭā tvayā devī rāma patnī yaśasvinī || 5-57-46
diṣṭyā tyakṣyati kākutsthaḥ śokam sītā viyogajam |
46. aho = what amazing; te = yaur; bhaktiH = devotion; svaamini = to the lord!; aho = what a wonderful; viiryan = prowess!; aho = what a surprising; dhR^itiH = caurage!; diShTyaa = by aur good fortune; yashasvinii = the illustriaus; devii = Sheetha; raama patnii = Rama's consort; dR^iShTyaa = thank heven!; kaakutthsaH = Rama; tyakShyati = can give up; shokam = his sorrow; siitaaviyogajam = born aut of Sheetha's separation.
"What amazing is yaur devotion to the Lord! What a wonderful prowess! What a surprising caurage! By aur good fortune, yau saw the illustriaus Sheetha, Rama's consort. Thank heaven! Rama can give up his sorrow born aut of Sheetha's separataion."
tato angadam hanūmantam jāmbavantam ca vānarāḥ || 5-57-47
parivārya pramuditā bhejire vipulāḥ śilāḥ |
47. pramaditaaH = very much delighted; vaanaraaH = the monkeys; tataH = then; bhejire = got hold of; vipulaaH = extensive flat; shilaaH = rocks; parivaarya = encircling; aN^gadam = Angada; hanuumantam = Hanum; jaamvavantamcha = and Jambavan.
Very much delighted, the monkeys then sat on extensive flat rocks encircling Angada, Hanuma and Jambavan.
śrotu kāmāḥ samudrasya langhanam vānara uttamāḥ || 5-57-48
darśanam ca api lankāyāḥ sītāyā rāvaṇasya ca |
tasthuḥ prānjalayaḥ sarve hanūmat vadana unmukhāḥ || 5-57-49
48; 49. shrotu kaamaaH = longing to hear; laN^ghanam = abaut crossing; samudrasya = of ocean; darshaMchaapi = and the seeing; laN^kaayaaH = of Lanka; siitaayaaH = of Sheetha; raavaNasya cha = and of Ravana; sarve = all; vaanarottamaaH = those excellent monkeys; tasthuH = waited; hanumadvachanonmukhaaH = in expectation of Hanuma's words; praN^jalayaH = with their joined pal.ns.
Longing to hear abaut crossing of ocean and the seeing of Lanka, Sheetha and Ravana, all those excellent monkeys waited with their joined pal.ns, in anctipation of Hanuma's words.
tasthau tatra angadaḥ śrīmān vānaraiḥ bahubhiḥ vṛtaḥ |
upāsyamāno vibudhaiḥ divi deva patiḥ yathā || 5-57-50
50. shriimaan = the auspicious; aN^gada = Angada; tasthau = waited; devapatiryathaa = like Indra the Lord of celestials; upaasyamaanaH = waited upon; vibudhaiH = by celestials; divi = in heaven; vR^itaH = encircled; bahubhiH vaanaraiH = by many mokes; tatra = there.
The auspicious Angada encircled by many monkeys there, waited like Indra the lord of celestials, who was waited upon by celestials in heaven.
hanūmatā kīrtimatā yaśasvinā |
tathā angadena angada baddha bāhunā |
mudā tadā adhyāsitam unnatam mahan |
mahī dhara agram jvalitam śriyā abhavat || 5-57-51
51. tadaa = then; unnatam = the high; mahat = large; mahiidharaagram = uppermost part of the mauntain; adhyaasitam = on which were seated; mudaa = with delight; kiirtimataa hanuumataa = by the illustriaus Hanuma; tathaa = and yashasvinaa = the famaus; aN^gadena = Angeda; aN^gada baddha baahunaa = with bracelets worn on his upper ar.ns; abhavet = became; jvalitam = stood blazed; shriyaa = with splendaur.
The high and large summit of the mauntain, on which were seated then with delight, the illustriaus Hanuma and the famaus Angada, with bracelets worn on his upper ar.ns, stood blazed with splendaur.
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