As Ravana is lamenting over the death of Kumbhakarna, Trishira (one of Ravana's sons) consoles him and says that he will go to the battle-field and kill Rama. Hearing the words of Trishira, Ravana's other sons (Devantaka, Narantaka and Atikaya) also come forward to join the fight. Then Ravana sends all them to the battle. He also sends Mahodara and Mahaparshva, his brothers to guard his sons. Mighty demons accompany them. The demons release arrows towards the monkeys, who see the demons coming in elephants, horses and chariots. The monkeys take huge rocks and trees to fight with the demons. Seeing several demons being killed in battle, Narantaka enters the field with his javelin and kills several monkeys. Meanwhile, those monkeys who were thrown down unconscious by Kumbhakarna earlier regain their consciousness and approach Sugreeva for help. Then, Sugreeva sends Angada for the fight. Narantaka hurls his javelin towards Angada's chest, but the javelin breaks and falls down. Angada strikes Narantaka's horse with his hand and the horse falls down dead. Then, Angada and Narantaka exchange the blows of their fists on each other in battle and finally, Narantaka dies.
evam vilapamānasya rāvaṇasya durātmanaḥ |
śrutvā śoka abhitaptasya triśirā vākyam abravīt || 6-69-1
1.shrutvaa = hearing; vaakyam = the words; raavaNasya duraatmanaH = of the evil-minded Ravana; vilapamaanasya = who was lamenting; shoka abhibhuutasya = overcome as he was with grief; evam = in this way; trishiraaH = Trishira (one of his sons); abraviit = spoke; vaakyam = (the following) words.
Hearing the words of the evil-minded Ravana, who was thus lamenting, as he was overcome with grief, Trishira (one of his sons) spoke as follows:
evam eva mahā vīryo hato nas tāta madhyamaḥ |
na tu sat puruṣā rājan vilapanti yathā bhavān || 6-69-2
2. evam eva = truly in such a manner; mahaaviiryaH = the highly valiant Kumbhakarna; naH taatamadhyamaH = the middle of our father and uncles; hataH = has been killed; raajan = O king!; tu = But; satpuruSaaH = a good persons; bhavaan yathaa = like you; na vilapanti = do not lament.
"Truly in such a manner, the highly valiant Kumbhakarna, (the middle of our father and uncles) has been killed. But good persons like you do not lament as you are doing, O king!"
nūnam tribhuvanasya api paryāptas tvam asi prabho|
sa kasmāt prākṛta;iva śokasya ātmānam īdṛśam || 6-69-3
3. prabho = O Lord!; tvam = you; paryaaptaH asi = are capable (of conquering); tribhuvanasya api = even the three words; kasmaat = why; iidR^isham saH = are you as such; shochasi = lamenting; aatmaanam = about yourself; praakR^itaH iva = as a common person?
"O Lord! You are capable of conquering even the three worlds. Why are you, as such, lamenting about yourself, as a common person?"
brahma dattā asti te śaktiḥ kavacaḥ sāyako dhanuḥ|
sahasra khara samyukto ratho megha sama svanaḥ || 6-69-4
4. te = to you; asti = is; shaktiH = javelin; brahmadatta = given by Brahma; kavacham = an armour; saayakaH = arrow; dhanuH = the bow; rathaH = a chariot; sahsra khara samyuktaH = yoked to a thousand donkeys; meghasamasvanaH = with a sound resembling the rumbling of a cloud.
"You do continue to have a javelin given by Brahma, an armour, a bow and an arrow together with a chariot yoked to a thousand donkeys, emitting a sound resembling the rumbling of a cloud."
tvayā asakṛd viśasteṇa viśastā deva dānavāḥ|
sa sarva āyudha sampanno rāghavam śāstum arhasi || 6-69-5
5. asakR^it = several times; devadaanavaaH = the celestials and giants; vishastaaH hi = were indeed destroyed; tvayaa = by you; shastreNa = with your weapons; saH = you as such; sarvaayudha sampannaH = endowed with all weapons; arhasi = are worthy; shaastum = to kill; raaghavam = Rama.
"The celestials and giants were indeed destroyed several times by you with your various types of weapons. As such, you can punish Rama, when endowed with all weapons."
kāmam tiṣṭha mahā rāja nirgamiṣyāmi aham raṇam|
uddhariṣyāmi te śatrūn garuḍaḥ pannagān iha || 6-69-6
6. mahaaraaja = O monarch!; tiSTha kaamam = you stay on; aham = I; nirgamiSyaami = shall set out; uddhariSyaami = and eradicate; te shatruun = your enemies; raNe = in battle; garuDah iva = as Garuda the eagle; pannagaaniva = eradicates the serpents.
"You stay on, O monarch! I will set out and eradicate your enemies in battle, as Garuda the eagle eradicates the serpents."
śambaro deva rājena narako viṣṇunā yathā|
tathā adya śayitā rāmo mayā yudhi nipātitaḥ|
7. nipaatitaH = beaten down; mayaa = by me; yathaa tathaa = as; shambaraH = Shambara; devarajaajena = by Indra; narakaH = and as Naraka; viSNu naa = by Vishnu; yudhi; in battle; adya = today; raamaH = Rama; shayitaa = will be lain down; mayaa = by me.
"Beaten down by me, as Shambara by Indra and Naraka* by Vishnu, I will lay down Rama today in battle."
* This Naraka was not naraka, the son of Mother Earth, who died at the hands of Lord Krishna. He was procreated through Simhika and Viprachitti. His six brothers were Vatapi, Namuchi, Ilwala, Shrimara, Andhaka and Kalanabha.
śrutvā triśiraso vākyam rāvaṇo rākṣasa adhipaḥ|
punar jātam iva ātmānam manyate kāla coditaḥ || 6-69-8
8. shrutvaa = hearing; vaakyam = the words; trishirasaH = of Trishira; raavaNaH = Ravana; raakSasaadhipaH = the king of demons; manyate = considered; aatmaanam = himself; jaatam iva = as though born; punaH = anew; kaalachoditaH = as summoned by Death.
Hearing the words of Trishira, Ravana the king of demons considered himself as though born anew, after being summoned by Death.
śrutvā triśiraso vākyam deva antaka nara antakau|
atikāyasḥ ca tejasvī babhūvur yuddha harṣitāḥ || 6-69-9
9. shrutvaa = heaving; naakyam = the words; trisharasaH = of Trisharas; devaantaka naraantakau = Devantaka and Narantaka; tejasvii atikaayashcha = and the energetic Atikaya; yuddhaharSitaaH = were rejoiced of war.
Hearing the words of Trishira, Devantaka, Narantaka and the energetic Atikaya were rejoiced of war.
tato aham aham iti evam garjanto nairṛta ṛṣabhāḥ |
rāvaṇasya sutā vīrāḥ śakra tulya parākramāḥ || 6-69-10
10. tataH = then; raavaNaaH sutaaH = Ravana's sons; viiraaH = the brave ones; shakratulya paraakramaaH = whose prowess; was equal to Indra; nairR^iturSabhaaH = and the foremost of demons; garjantaH = roared; aham aham ityeva = asserting their superiority saying "I will lead; I will lead."
Then, the brave Ravana's sons, whose prowess was equal to Indra and the foremost of demons, roared asserting their superiority saying "I will lead, I will lead!"
antarikṣa carāḥ sarve sarve māyā viśāradāḥ |1
sarve tridaśa darpaghnāḥ sarve ca raṇa durmadāḥ || 6-69-11
11. sarve = all; antarikSagataaH = were capable of passing through the sky; sarve = all; maayaa vishaaraaaaH = were skilled in magic; sarve = all; tridashadarpaghnaaH = had humbled the pride of gods; sarve = all; samaradurmadaaH = were fierce in battle.
All of them wee capable of passing through the sky. All were skilled in magic. All had humbled the pride of gods. All were fierce in battle.
sarve astra bala sampannāḥ sarve vistīrṇa kīrtayaḥ|
sarve samaram āsādya na śrūyante sma nirjitāḥ || 6-69-12
devairapi sagandharvaiḥ sakimnaramahoragaiḥ |
12. sarve = all; subala sampannaaH = were endowed with great strength; sarve = all; vistiirNa kiirtayaH = were widely renowned; sarve = all; na shrunyante sma = were such that they were never been heared of; nirjitaaH = having been conquered; daiverapi = by even celestials; sagandharvaiH = or by Gandharvas; sakimnara mahoragraiH = or by Kinnaras or large serpents; aasaadya samaram = while encountering a combat.
All were endowed with great strength. All were widely renowned. All were such as had never been heard of having been conquered by celestials or Gandharvas or Kinnaras or large serpents while encountering a battle.
sarve astra viduṣo vīrāḥ sarve yuddha viśāradāḥ || 6-69-13
sarve pravara jijnānāḥ sarve labdha varās tathā |
13. sarve = all; viiraaH = were valiant ones; astraviduSaH = well-versed in weaponry; sarve = all; yuddhavishaaradaaH = were skilled in war-fare; sarve = all; pravaraviJNaanaaH = were greatly knowledgeable; tathaa = and; sarve = all; labdhavaraaH = had obtained boons.
All the demons were valiant ones, well-versed in weaponry. All were skilled in war-fare. All were greatly knowledgeable and all had obtained boons.
sa tais tathā bhāskara tulya varcasaiḥ
sutair vṛtaḥ śatru bala pramardanaiḥ |
rarāja rājā maghavān yathā amarair |
vṛto mahā dānava darpa nāśanaiḥ vṛto || 6-69-14
14. raajaa = that Ravana the king; tathaavR^itaH taiH sutaiH = surrounded by his sons; bhaaskaratuladarshanaiH = who tormented the strength and fortune of the enemies; raraaja = shone; maghava yathaa = like Indra; vR^itaH = surrounded; amaraiH = by celestials; mahaadaanava darpanaashanaiH = who can destroy the pride of gigantic demons.
That Ravana the king, surrounded by his sons, who were radiant as the sun and who tormented the strength and fortune of the enemies, shone like Indra surrounded by celestials who can destroy the pride of gigantic demons.
sa putrān sampariṣvajya bhūṣayitvā ca bhūṣaṇaiḥ |
āśīrbhisḥ ca praśastābhiḥ preṣayām āsa samyuge || 6-69-15
15. sampariSvajya = embracing; putraan = his sons; bhuuSayitvaacha = embellishing them; bhuuSaNaiH = with ornaments; prashastaabhiH aashiirbhiH = and blessing them profusely; saH = Ravana; preSayaamaasa = sent them; raNe = to battle.
Embracing his sons, embellishing them with ornaments and blessing them profusely, Ravana sent them to battle.
yuddhonmattam ca mattaṃ ca bhrātarau ca api rāvaṇaḥ |
rakṣaṇa artham kumārāṇām preṣayām āsa samyuge || 6-69-16
16. rakSaNaartham = for the defence; kumaaraaNaam = of his sons; raavaNaH = Ravana; preSayaamaasa = sent; yuddhonmattama = YuddhonmattaH; mattam cha api = and even Matta; bhraatarau = his brothers; samyuge = to battle.
For the defense of his sons, Ravana sent Yuddhonmatta and Matta (better known as Mahodara and Mahaparshva), his brothers to the battle.
te abhivādya mahātmānam rāvaṇam ripu rāvaṇam |
kṛtvā pradakṣiṇam caiva mahā kāyāḥ pratasthire || 6-69-17
17. te mahaakaayaaH = those demons having colossal bodies; abhivaadya = paid obeisance; kR^itvaachaiva pradakSiNam = by circumambulating; raavaNam = Ravana; loka raavaNam = who caused the people to cry in terror; pratasthire = and departed.
Those demons with colossal bodies, paid obeisance (by circumambulating) to Ravana (who caused the people to cry in terror) and departed.
sarva oṣadhībhir gandhaisḥ ca samālabhya mahā balāḥ |
nirjagmur nairṛta śreṣṭhāḥ ṣaḍ ete yuddha kānkṣiṇaḥ || 6-69-18
18. samaalabhya = anointing their bodies; sarvauSadhiibhiH = with all types of herbs; gandhaiH cha = and perfumes; ete = these; SaT = six; mahaabalaaH = mighty; nairR^itashreSThaaH = and excellent demons; nirjagmuH = went away; yuddha kaanikSiNaH = eager to fight.
Anointing their bodies with all types of herbs and perfumes, those six mighty and excellent demons went away, eager to fight.
triśirāścātikāyaśca devāntakanarāntakau |
mahodaramahāpārśvau nirjagmuḥ kālacoditāḥ || 6-69-19
19. trishiraashcha = Trishira; atikaayashcha = Atikaya; devaantaka naraantakau = Devantaka; Narantaka; Mahodara mahaapaarshvau = Mahodara and Mahaparshva; kaala choditaaH = under the clout of destiny; nirjagmuH = set out.
Trishira, Atikaya, Devantaka, Narantaka, Mahodara and Mahaparshva, under the clout of destiny; set out for the battle.
tataḥ sudarśanam nāma nīla jīmūta samnibham |
airāvata kule jātam āruroha mahā udaraḥ || 6-69-20
20. tataH = thereupon; mahodaraH = Mahodara; aaruroha = mounted; naagam = an elephant; sudarshanam = called Sudarshana; airaavatakule jaatam = born in Airavata-race; niila jiimuuta samnibham = like unto a dark cloud.
Thereupon, Mahodara mounted an elephant called Sudarshana, like unto a dark-cloud and born in Airavata-race.
sarva āyudha samāyuktam tūṇībhisḥ ca svalamkṛtam |
rarāja gajam āsthāya savitā iva asta mūrdhani || 6-69-21
21. alamkR^itaH = (That Mahodara) adorned; tuuniibhishchaapi = with quivers; sarvaayudha samaayuktaH = endowed with all types of armoury; aasthaaya = mounting; gajam = the elephants; raraaja = radiated; saviteva = like the sun; astamuurdhani = on the peak of Asthachala mountain.
That Mahodara, adorned with quivers, endowed with all types of armoury and mounting the elephant, shone like the sun on the peak of Ashtachala mountain.
haya uttama samāyuktam sarva āyudha samākulam |
āruroha ratha śreṣṭham triśirā rāvaṇa ātmajaḥ|| 6-69-22
22. trishiraaH = Trishira; raavaNaatmajaH = the son of Ravana; aaruroha = ascended; rathashreSTham = an exquisite chariot; hayottama samaayuktam = yoked to excellent horses; sarvaayudha samaakulam = and filled with all types of armoury.
Trishira, the son of Ravana, ascended an exquisite chariot, yoked to excellent horses and filled with all types of armoury.
triśirā ratham āsthāya virarāja dhanur dharaḥ |
savidyud ulkaḥ sajvālaḥ sa indra cāpiva ambudaḥ || 6-69-23
23. trishiraH = Trishira; dhanurdharaH = wielding a bow; aasthaaya = and mounting; ratham = the chariot; viraraaja = shone; ambudaH iva = like a cloud; savidyudulkaH = with glittering met ears; sajvaalaH = illuminations; sendra chaapaH = and a rain-bow.
Trishira, wielding a bow and mounting the chariot, shone like a cloud with glittering meteors, illuminations and a rain-bow.
tribhiḥ kirīṭais triśirāḥ śuśubhe sa ratha uttame |
himavān iva śaila indras tribhiḥ kāncana parvataiḥ || 6-69-24
24. saH = that; trishiraaH = Trishira; tribhiH kiriiTaiH = with three diadems; rathottame = in that exquisite chariot; shushubhe = stood out; himavaaniva = like Mount Himavat; shailendraH = the king of mountains; tribhiH = with three; kaaN^chana parvataiH = golden hills.
That Trishira with three diadems in that exquisite chariot, stood out like Mount Himavat, the king of mountains with its three golden hills.
atikāyo api tejasvī rākṣasa indra sutas tadā |
āruroha ratha śreṣṭham śreṣṭhaḥ sarva dhanuṣmatām || 6-69-25
25. tadaa = then; atikaayaH = Atikaya; atitejasvii = having very fiery energy; raakSasendra sutaH = the son of Ravana; shreSThaH = and the foremost; sarvadhanuSmataam = among the wielders of bow; aaruroha = mounted; ratha shreSTham = an excellent chariot.
Then, Atikaya, having very fiery energy, the son of Ravana and the foremost among the wielders of bow, mounted an excellent chariot.
sucakra akṣam susamyuktam sānukarṣam sakūbaram |
tūṇī bāṇa āsanair dīptam prāsa asi parigha ākulam || 6-69-26
26. (Atikaya mounted the chariot); suchakraakSam = having first-rate wheels and axles; susamyuktam = well-yoked; svanukarSam = with good carriage-bottom; sukuubaram = with good wooden pole; tuuNiibaaNaasanaih = with quivers and bows; diiptam = flashingly; praasaasiparighaakulam = full of missiles; swords and maces.
Atikaya mounted that chariot, having first-rate wheels and axles, well-yoked, having a good carriage and pole, filled with quivers and bows and flashingly full of missiles, swords and maces.
sa kāncana vicitreṇa kirīṭena virājatā |
bhūṣaṇaisḥ ca babhau meruḥ prabhābhir iva bhāsvaraḥ || 6-69-27
27. saH = he; babhau = was radiant; kirriTena = with his diadem; viraajataa = shining; kaaNchana vichitreNa = in brilliant gold; bhuuSaNaishcha = and with ornaments; meruH iva = like Mount Meru; bhaasayan = causing to shine; prabhaabhiH = with its splendours.
He was radiant with his diadem, shining in brilliant gold and other ornaments, like Mount Meru, causing to shine with its splendours (by the sun).
sa rarāja rathe tasmin rāja sūnur mahā balaḥ |
vṛto nairṛta śārdūlair vajra pāṇir iva amaraiḥ || 6-69-28
28. tasmin rathe = in that chariot; saH mhaabalaH = that mighty; raajasunuH = prince; vR^itaH = surrounded; nairR^ita shaarduulaiH = by excellent of demons; raraaja = shone; vajrapaaNiH iva = like Indra; amaraiH = surrounded by celestials.
In that chariot, Atikaya that mighty prince, surrounded by the foremost of demons, shone like Indra surrounded by celestials.
hayam uccaiḥ śravaḥ prakhyam śvetam kanaka bhūṣaṇam |
mano javam mahā kāyam āruroha nara antakaḥ || 6-69-29
29. naraantakaH = Narantaka; aaruroha = mounted; hayam = a horse; uchchaishravaH prakhyam = similar to Uchchairshrava; shvetam = white in colour; kanakabhuuSaNam = adorned with gold ornaments; manojavam = with swift as thought; mahaakaayam = and having a gigantic body.
Narantaka mounted a white gigantic horse, similar to Uchchaishrava (the mount of Indra), adorned with gold ornaments and as swift as thought.
gṛhītvā prāsam ukla ābham virarāja nara antakaḥ |
śaktim ādāya tejasvī guhaḥ śatruṣv iva āhave || 6-69-30
30. naraantakaH = Narantaka; gR^ihitvaa = holding; praasam = a javelin; ulkaabham = resplendent like a meteor; viraraaja = appeared shining; guhaH yathaa = like Guha (the offspring of shiva); aadaaya = holding; shaktim = a spear; tejasvii shikhigataH = and riding a beautiful peacock.
Narantaka, holding a javelin, which was resplendent like a meteor, appeared shining, like Guha (the offspring of Shiva) holding a spear and riding a beautiful peacock.
deva antakaḥ samādāya parigham vajra bhūṣaṇam |
parigṛhya girim dorbhyām vapur viṣṇor viḍambayan || 6-69-31
31. devaantakaH = Devantaka; samaadaaya = holding; parigham hema bhuuShitam = a glided iron-bar; vDambayan = (marched) resembling; viSNoH vapuH = an incarnation of Vishnu; parigR^ihya = holding; girim = Mount Mandara; dorbhyaam = in his arms.
Devantaka, holding a glided iron-bar, marched ahead, resembling an incarnation of Vishnu holding Mandara-mountain in his arms.
mahā pārśvo mahā tejā gadām ādāya vīryavān |
virarāja gadā pāṇiḥ kubera;iva samyuge || 6-69-32
32. mahaapaarshvaH = Mahaparshva; mahaatejaaH = with a great splendour; viiryavaan = possessing vigour; gadaapaaNiH = wielding a mace in his arm; samyuge = in battle; viraraaja = shone; kuberaH iva = like Kubera the lord of wealth.
Mahaparshva, possessing a great splendour and vigour and wielding a mace in his arm in battle, looked like Kubera the lord of wealth.
te pratasthur mahātmāno balair apratimair vṛtāḥ |
tān gajaisḥ ca turamgaisḥ ca rathaisḥ ca ambuda nisvanaiḥ || 6-69-33
anujagmur mahātmāno rākṣasāḥ pravara āyudhāḥ |
33. te mahaatmaanaH = those distinguished demons; pratasthuH = set out (from Lanka); suraaH iva = like the gods; amaraavatyaaH = leaving Amaravati; mahaatmaanaH = mighty; raakSasaaH = demons; pravaraayudhaH = holding excellent weaponry; anuutpetuH = accompanied; taan = them; gajaishcha = on elephants; turaNgaishcha = horses; rathaishcha = and chariots; ambudaniH svanaiH = making rumbling sounds of clouds.
Those distinguished demons set out from. Lanka, like the gods leaving Amaravati. Mighty demons, holding excellent weaponry, accompanied them, mounting on elephants, horses and chariots making sounds of rumbling clouds.
te virejur mahātmāno kumārāḥ sūrya varcasaḥ || 6-69-34
kirīṭinaḥ śriyā juṣṭā grahā dīptā;iva ambare |
34. te mahaatmaanaH kumaaraaH = those mighty princes; suurya varchasaH = with brilliance of the sun; kiriiTinaH = wearing diadems; juSTaaH = possessed of; shriyaa = prosperity; virejuH = shone; diiptaaH grahaaH iva = like glowing planets; ambare = in the sky.
Those mighty princes, having sun's brilliance, wearing diadems and possessed of prosperity, shone like glowing planets in the sky.
pragṛhītā babhau teṣām catrāṇām āvaliḥ sitā || 6-69-35
śārada abhra pratīkāśām haṃsa āvalir iva ambare |
35. aavaliH = the row; teSaam shiraa vastraaNaam = of their auspicious attire; pragR^ihiitaa = worn; babhau = shone; sharadabhra pratiikaashaaH = like an autumn cloud; hamsaavaliH iva = or like a flock of cranes; ambare = in the sky.
The row of auspicious attire worn by them, shone like an autumnal cloud or like a flock of cranes in the sky.
maraṇam vā api niścitya śatrūṇām vā parājayam || 6-69-36
iti kṛtvā matim vīrā nirjagmuḥ samyuga arthinaḥ |
36. nishchitya = Determined; maraNamvaapi = either to die even; paraajayamvaapi = or to vanquish; shatruuNaam = their enemies; viiraaH = those valiant demons; nirjagmuH = went forward; iti = thus; matim kR^itvaa = making their courageous resolve; samyugaarthinaH = eager to fight.
Determined either to die or to vanquish their enemies, those valiant demons went forward, thus making their courageous resolve, eager to fight.
jagarjusḥ ca praṇedusḥ ca cikṣipusḥ ca api sāyakān || 6-69-37
jahṛṣusḥ ca mahātmāno niryānto yuddha durmadāḥ |
37. mahaatmanaH = those mighty demons; niryaataaH = set out; yuddhadurmadaaH = with a mad conception of war; jagarjushcha = roared; praNedushcha = and made a reverberating sound; jagR^ihuH cha = took up; saayakaan = arrows; chikSipushcha = and dispatched them.
Those mighty demons set out with a mad conception of war, roared and made a reverberatory sound, took up arrows and dispatched them.
kṣveḍita āsphoṭa ninadaiḥ saṃcacāla iva medinī || 6-69-38
rakṣasām simha nādaisḥ ca pusphoṭa iva tadā ambaram |
38. medinii = the earth; samchachaaleva = appeared trembled; kSveDitaasphoTitaanaam = by their battle-cries and clapping of arms; ambaram = the sky; samsphoTitam iva = appeared breached; simhanaadaiH = by the lion's roars; rakSasaam = of the demons.
The earth trembled as it were, by their battle-cries and clapping of arms. The sky appeared breached, by the lion's roars of the demons.
te abhiniṣkramya muditā rākṣasa indrā mahā balāḥ || 6-69-39
dadṛśur vānara anīkam samudyata śilā nagam |
39. te = those; mahaabalaaH = mighty; raakSasendraH = leaders of demons; abhiniSkramya = having set out; muditaa = were delighted and; dadR^ishuH = saw vaanaraaniikam = the army of monkeys; samudyata shilaayudham = having uplifted rocks as their weapons.
Those mighty leaders of demons, having set out, were delighted to see the army of monkeys having uplifted rocks as their weapons.
harayo api mahātmāno dadṛśur nairṛtam balam || 6-69-40
hasti aśva ratha sambādham kinkiṇī śata nāditam |
nīla jīmūta samkāśam samudyata mahā āyudham || 6-69-41
dīpta anala ravi prakhyair nairṛtaiḥ sarvato vṛtam |
40; 41. mahaatmaanaH = the mighty; haroyo.api = monkeys too; dadR^ishuH = saw; balam = the army; raakSasam = of demons; niilajiimuuta samkaasham = which appeared like a black cloud; sarvataH diiptaanala raviprakhyaiH = blazing like fire and the sun on all sides; hastyashvaratha sambaadham = abounding with elephants; horses and chariots; kiN^kiNiishata naaditam = made to resound with hundreds of small bells; samudyata mahaayudham = with well-raised great weapons.
The mighty monkeys too saw that army of demons, which appeared like a black cloud but blazing like fire and sun on all sides, abounding with elephants, horses and chariots, made to resound with hundreds of small bells and wielding well-raised great weaponry.
tad dṛṣṭvā balam āyāntam labdha lakṣyāḥ plavam gamāḥ || 6-69-42
samudyata mahā śailāḥ sampraṇedur muhur muhuḥ |
amṛṣyamāṇā rakṣāṃsi pratinardanta vānrāḥ || 6-69-43
42. dR^iSTvaa = seeing; tat = that; balam = army; aayaatam = which arrived; labdha lakSyaa = and as they got the target; plavaN^gamaaH = the mokeys; samudyatamahashai laaH = having the uplifted great mountains; sampraNeduH = roared; muhurmuhuH = again and again; vaanaraaH = the monkeys; amR^iShya maaNaaH = not tolerating; rakSaamsi = the demons; pratinardanta = shouted; standing opposite to them.
Seeing that army which arrived and as they got the target for their fight, the monkeys, having the great mountains uplifted, roared again and again. The monkeys, not tolerating the demons, thus shouted, standing opposite to them.
tataḥ samudghuṣṭa ravam niśamya |
rakṣo gaṇā vānara yūthapānām |
amṛṣyamāṇāḥ para harṣam ugram |
mahā balā bhīmataram vineduḥ || 6-69-44
44. nishmya = hearing; samutkR^iShTaravam = the enhanced noise; vaanarayuuthapaanaam = of the leaders of the army of monkeys; rakSogaNaaH = the troops of demons; ugramahaabalaaH = terrible in might; tataH = then; amR^iSyamaaNaaH = not tolerating; paraharSam = the rejoice of the enemies; vineduH = made a noise; bhiimataram = more terribly.
Hearing the enhanced noise of the leaders of the army of monkeys, the troops of demons who were terrible in might, not tolerating the rejoice of the enemies, then made a noise more terribly.
te rākṣasa balam ghoram praviśya hari yūthapāḥ |
vicerur udyataiḥ śailair nagāḥ śikhariṇo yathā || 6-69-45
45. pravishya = entering; ghoram = the terrific; raakSasabalam = army of demons; te hariyuuthapaaH = those leaders of monkeys; udyataiH shailaiH = with the mountains raised; vicheruH = roamed about; nagah yathaa = like mountains; shikhariNaH = with their peaks.
Entering that terrific army of demons, those monkey-leaders, with their raised mountains, roamed about like mountains with their peaks.
kecid ākāśam āviśya kecid urvyām plavam gamāḥ |
rakṣaḥ sainyeṣu samkruddhāsḥ cerur druma śilā āyudhāḥ || 6-69-46
46. kechit = some; plavangamaaH = monkeys; aavishya = entering; aakaasham = sky; kechit samkR^iddhaaH = and some others enraged; urvyaam = staying on earth; druma shilaayudhaaH = and taking trees and rocks as their weapons; cheruH = wandered; rakSaH sainyeSu = among the army of demons.
Some monkeys entering the sky and some others enraged, staying on earth with trees and rocks as their weapons, wandered among the army of demons.
drumāṃsca vipulaskandhān gṛhya vānarapumgavāḥ |
tadyuddhamabhavadghoraṃ rakṣovānarasamkulam || 6-69-47
47. vaanarapungavaaH = the foremost among the monkeys; gR^ihya = holding; drumaancha = trees; vipulaskandhaan = having extensive branches (roamed about the battle-field); tat = that; yuddham = battle; rakSovaanarasamkulam = filled with demons and monkeys; abhavat = was; ghoram = terrific.
The foremost among the monkeys, holding trees, having extensive branches, roamed about in the battle-field. That battle-front, filled with demons and monkeys, looked terrific.
te pādapa śilā śailaisḥ cakrur vṛṣṭim anuttamām |
bāṇa oghair vāryamāṇāsḥ ca harayo bhīma vikramāḥ || 6-69-48
48. te harayaH = those monkeys; bhiima vikramaaH = of terrific prowess; vaaryamaaNaaH = though impeded; baaNaughaiH = by a flood of arrows; chakruH = initiated; anuupamaam vR^iSTim = a matchless rain; paadapashilaashailaiH = of trees; rocks and mountains.
Those monkeys, of terrific prowess, though impeded by a flood of arrows, initiated a matchless rain of trees, rocks and mountains.
simha nādān vinedusḥ ca raṇe rākṣasa vānarāḥ |
śilābhisḥ cūrṇayām āsur yātu dhānān plavam gamāḥ || 6-69-49
49. raNe = in the battle; raakSasa vaanaraaH = the demons and the monkeys; vieduH = made a noise; simha naadaan = of lion's roars; plavangamaaH = the monkeys; chuurNayaamaasuH = pounded; yaatudhaanaan = the demons; shilaabhiH = with rocks.
In the battle, the demons and the monkeys made a noise of lion's roars. The monkeys pounded the demons with rocks.
nijaghnuḥ samyuge kruddhāḥ kavaca ābharaṇa āvṛtān |
kecid ratha gatān vīrān gaja vāji gatān api || 6-69-50
50. kruddhaaH = the enraged mokeys; nijaghnuH = killed; kavachaabharaNa vR^itaan = demons wearing armours and ornaments; kechit = some; (killed); viiraan rathagataan = valiant demons; sitting; or standing in chariots; (as also); gaja vaajigataanapi = and those mounted on elephants and horses.
The enraged monkeys killed demons wearing armours and ornaments. Some killed valiant demons, sitting or standing in chariots and also those demons mounted on elephants and horses.
nijaghnuḥ sahasā āplutya yātu dhānān plavam gamāḥ |
śaila śṛnga nipātaisḥ ca muṣṭibhir vānta locanāḥ || 6-69-51
celuḥ petusḥ ca nedusḥ ca tatra rākṣasa pumgavāḥ |
51. viiraan = Valiant; plavangamaaH = monkeys; nirjaghmuH = struck; yaatudhaanaan = demons; sahasaa = vehemently; te = those; raakSasapungavaaH = foremost of demons; tatra = there; cheluH = trembled; shaila shR^iNgaanvitaaNgaaH = as their bodies were attacked by mountain-peaks; muSTibhiH = and blows of fists; vaantalochanaaH = and having their eyes ejected out; petushcha = fell down; nedushcha = and rared.
Valiant monkeys struck the demons vehemently. Those foremost of demons trembled, as their bodies were attacked by mountain-peaks and blows of fists, down and roared.
rākṣasāśca śaraistīkṣṇairbabhiduḥ kapikuñjarān |
śūlāmudgarakhaḍgaiśca jaghnuḥ prāsaiśca śaktibhiḥ || 6-69-52
52. raakSasaashcha = those demons also; bibhiduH = pierced; kapikuN^jaraan = the foremost of monkeys; tiikSNaiH sharaiH = with sharp arrows; jaghnuH = they struck; shuula mudgarakhaDgaishcha = with spears; mallets; swords; shaktibhiH praasaishcha = javelins and lances.
Those demons also pierced the foremost of monkeys with sharp arrows, striking them with spears mallets, swords, javelins and lances.
anyonyam pātayāmāsuḥ parasparajayaiṣiṇa || 6-69-53
ripuśoṇitadigdhāṅgāstra vānararākṣasāḥ |
53. vaanara raakSasaaH = the monkeys and demons; tatra = there; ripushoNita digdhaaNgaaH = having their limbs smeared with the blood of their foes; paatayaamasuH = mowed; anyonyam = each other; paraspara jayaiShiNaH = with a desire to conquer each other.
There, the monkeys and demons having their limbs smeared with the blood of their foes, mowed each other with a desire to conquer each other.
tataḥ śailaisḥ ca khaḍgaisḥ ca visṛṣṭair hari rākṣasaiḥ || 6-69-54
muhūrtena āvṛtā bhūmir abhavat śoṇita āplutā |
54. tataH = thereupon; muhuurtena = within an instant; bhuumiH = the earth; abhavat = became; aavR^itaa = covered; shoNitokSitaa = and dampened with blood; visR^iSTaiH shailaishoba = by the mountains; khaDgaishcha = and swords; hariraakSasaiH = of monkeys and demons.
Thereupon, within an instant, the battle-field became dampened with blood and covered by the mountains and swords thrown by the monkeys and demons.
vikīrṇa parvata ākārai rakṣobhir ari mardanaiḥ || 6-69-55
āsīdvasumatī pūrṇā tadā yuddhamadānvitaiḥ |
55. tadaa = then; vasumatii = the earth; aasiit puurNaa = became filled; rakSobhiH = with (dead bodies) of demons; yuddha madaanvitaiH = who had an ardent passion for battle; parvataakaaraiH = having colossal forms; abhimarditaiH = devastated; vikiirNasH = and scattered.
Then the battle-field became filled with dead bodies of demons, who had an ardent passion for battle, having their colossal bodies devastated and scattered all over.
ākṣiptāḥ kṣipyamāṇāsḥ ca bhagna śūlāsḥ ca vānaraiḥ || 6-69-56
punaraṅgaistadā cakrurāsannā yuddhamadbhutam |
56. aakSiptaaH = the demons already thrown down; kSipyamaaNaashcha = and still being thrown down; vaanaraiH = by the monkeys; tadaa = at that time; bhagnashuulaiH = with their spears broken; aasannaaH = wee approached; chakruH = carried out; adbhutam = a wonderful; yuddham = combat; aN^gaiH = with their limbs (like arms and legs).
The demons, already thrown down and still being thrown down, with their spears broken by the monkeys at that time, approached the monkeys and carried out a wonderful combat with their limbs, arms and legs.
vānarān vānarair eva jagnus te rajanī carāḥ || 6-69-57
rākṣasān rākṣasair eva jaghnus te vānarā api |
57. te = those; nairR^itashreSTaaH = foremost demons; jaghnuH = struck; vaanaraan = monkeys; vaanaraireva = with the very monkeys; vaanaraaH api = Monkeys also; jaghmuH = struck; raakSasaan = the demons; raakSasaireva = with the very demons.
Those foremost of demons struck the monkeys with their own corpses and the monkeys also struck the titans with their own dead bodies.
ākṣipya ca śilās teṣām nijaghnū rākṣasā harīn || 6-69-58
teṣām ca āccidya śastrāṇi jaghnū rakṣāṃsi vānarāḥ |
58. tadaa = then; aakSipya = grabbing; shilaaH = the rocks; shailaan = and mountains; te raakSasaaH = those titans; jagmuH- struck; vaanaraaH cha = the apes too; aachchhidya = snatching away; teSaam shastraaNi = their weapons; jagnuH = struck; rakShaamsi = the titans.
Then, grabbing the rocks and mountains, those titans struck the monkeys with them. The apes too, snatching away their weapons, struck the titans.
nirjaghnuḥ śaila śūla astrair vibhidusḥ ca parasparam || 6-69-59
simha nādān vinedusḥ ca raṇe vānara rākṣasāḥ |
59. vaanararaakSasaaH = the monkeys and demons; bibhiduH = fractured; parasparam = each other; shailashR^iN^gaiH = with crags; vinedushcha = and made a noise; simhanaadaiH = with lion's roars.
The monkeys and demons fractured each other with crags and made a noise with lion's roars.
cinna varma tanu trāṇā rākṣasā vānarair hatāḥ || 6-69-60
rudhiram prasrutās tatra rasa sāram iva drumāḥ |
60. raakSasaaH = the titans; chhinnavarma tanutraaNaaH = with their armours broken; hataaH = as struck; vaanaraiH = by the apes; prasR^itaaH = emitted; rudhiram = blood; tatra = at that place; drumaaH iva = like trees (emitting); rasasaaram = their sap.
The titans, having their armours broken, as struck by the apes, emitted blood at that place, like trees oozing their sap.
rathena ca ratham ca api vāraṇena ca vāraṇam || 6-69-61
hayena ca hayam kecin nijaghnur vānarā raṇe |
61. kechit = some; vaanaraaH = monkeys; raNe = in the battle-front; nirjaghuuH = destroyed; ratham = chariot; rathena = with chariots; vaaraNaam = elephant; vaaraNenaapi = with the very elephants; hayam = and horse; hayena = by the very horse.
Some monkeys in the battle-front destroyed chariot with chariots, elephants with the very elephants and horse by the very horses.
kṣuraprair ardha candraisḥ ca bhallaisḥ ca niśitaiḥ śaraiḥ || 6-69-62
rākṣasā vānara indrāṇām cicciduḥ pādapān śilāḥ |
62. raakSasaaH = the tiatans; bibhiduH = broke; paadapaan = the trees; shilaaH = and rocks; vaanarendraaNaam = of monkeys-cheifs; nishitaiH = with their sharp; sharaiH = arrows; kSurapraiH = with hoe-shaped head; ardhachandraiH = those with cresecent-shaped head; bhallaishcha = and those with spear-like head.
The titans broke the trees and rocks of monkey-chiefs with their sharp arrows with their hoe-shaped head, those arrows with crescent-shaped head and those with spear-like head.
vikīrṇaiḥ parvata agraisḥ ca drumaisḥ cinnaisḥ ca samyuge || 6-69-63
hataisḥ ca kapi rakṣobhir durgamā vasudhā abhavat |
63. vasudhaa = the earth; abhavat = became; durgamaa = difficult to be traversed; vikiirNaa = as it was filled; taiH = with those; parvataiH = mountains; chinnaiH drumaiH = with broken trees; kapirakShobhiH cha = and with the apes and titans; hataiH = killed; samyuge = in battle.
The battle-field, filled with those mountains, broken trees and dead bodies of apes and titans, became difficult to be traversed.
te vānarā garvitahṛṣṭaceṣṭāḥ |
samgrāmamāsādya bhayaṃ vimucya |
yuddham sma sarve saha rākṣasai strai |
rnānāyudhaiścakruradīnasattvāḥ || 6-69-64
64. aasaadya = reaching; samgraamam = the battle-field; vimuchya = and abandoning; bhayam = their fear; te vaanaraaH = all those monkeys; garvita hR^iShTacheShTaaH = with their thrilled martial acts full of pride; naanaayudhaiH = who were having various weapons (like trees; rocks; teeth and nails); adiinasattvaaH = and undepressed in spirit; chakruH sma = carried out; yuddham = battle raakSasaiH saha = with the demons.
Reaching the battle-field and abandoning their fear, all those monkeys, with their thrilling martial arts full of pride, nay, who were having various weapons (like trees, rocks, teeth and nails) and unrepressed in spirit, carried out battle with the demons.
tasmin pravṛtte tumule vimarde |
prahṛṣyamāṇeṣu valī mukheṣu |
nipātyamāneṣu ca rākṣaseṣu |
maharṣayo deva gaṇāsḥ ca neduḥ || 6-69-65
65. valiimukheShu = (while) monkeys; prahR^iShyamaaNeShu = were rejoicing; tasmin tumule vimarde = in that tumultuous battle; pravR^itte = which commenced; raakShaseShu = and the demons; nipaatyamaaneShu = falling down; maharShayaH = the great sages; devagaNaaH = and troops of celestials; vineduH = emitted shouts (of triumph).
Seeing the monkeys rejoicing in that tumultuous battle which commenced and the demons falling down, the great sages and troop of celestials emitted shouts of triumph.
tato hayam māruta tulya vegam |
aruhya śaktim niśitām pragṛhya |
nara antako vānara rāja sainyam |
mahā arṇavam mīna;iva āviveśa || 6-69-66
66. tataH = then; aaruhya = mounting on; hayam = a horse; maarutatulyavegam = vying with the speed of the wind; pragR^ihya = and taking; naraantakaH = Narantaka; aavivesha = entered; ugram = the terrific; vaanarasainyam = army of monkeys; niinaH iva = as a fish; mahaarNavam = the ocean.
Meanwhile, mounting on a horse having speed equal to the wind, and taking a barbed javelin, Narantaka entered the terrific army of monkeys, as a fish entering the ocean.
sa vānarān sapta śatāni vīraḥ |
prāsena dīptena vinirbibheda |
ekaḥ kṣaṇena indra ripur mahātmā |
jaghāna sainyam hari pumgavānām || 6-69-67
67. saH = that; Narantaka; viiraH mahaatmanaH = the valiant and mighty demon; indraripuH = and the enemy of Indra; ekaH = alone; kShaNena = within an instant; nirbibheda = rent asunder; saptashataani = seven hundred; vaanaraan = mokeys; diiptena praasena = with that shining javelin; jaghaana = and killed; sainyam = the army; haripuNgavaanaam = of the foremost of monkeys.
That valiant and mighty Narantaka, the enemy of Indra, single-handedly within an instant, rent asunder seven hundred monkeys with that shining javelin and killed that army of the foremost of monkeys.
dadṛśusḥ ca mahātmānam haya pṛṣṭhe pratiṣṭhitam |
carantam hari sainyeṣu vidyā dhara maharṣayaḥ || 6-69-68
68. vidyaadhara smaharshayaH = Vidhyadharas; the super natural beings and great sages; dadR^ishuH = saw; mahaatmaanam = the mighty Narantaka; haya pR^iSTa pratiShThitam = seated on the back of horse; charantam = and wandering; harisainyeShu = through the army of monkeys.
Vidyadharas, the super natural beings and great sages, saw the mighty Narantaka, seated on the back of a horse and hacking a path way for himself through the army of monkeys.
sa tasya dadṛśe mārgo māṃsa śoṇita kardamaḥ |
patitaiḥ parvata ākārair vānarair abhisamvṛtaḥ || 6-69-69
69. saH tasya maargaH = his path-way; abhisamvR^itaH = covered with; maamsashoNita kardamaH = a mire of flesh and blood; vaanaraiH = along with (heaps of dead bodies) of monkeys; patitaiH = fallen down; parvataakaaraiH = in the shape of hills; dadR^ishe = was seen.
His path-way was covered with a mire of flesh and blood, along with heaps of fallen-down dead-bodes of monkeys, looking like hills.
yāvad vikramitum buddhim cakruḥ plavaga pumgavāḥ |
tāvad etān atikramya nirbibheda nara antakaḥ || 6-69-70
70. yaavat = whenever; plavagapuN^gavaaH = the foremost among the monkeys; buddhim chakruH = thought; vikramitum = of showing their valour; taavadeva = so often; naraantakaH = Narantaka; atikramya = overtook; nirbibheda = and cleaved; etaan = them.
Whenever the foremost of the monkeys thought of showing their valour, so often Narantaka overtook and cleaved them.
dadāha hari sainyāni vanāni iva vibhāvasuḥ |
yāvad utpāṭayām āsur vṛkṣān śailān vana okasaḥ || 6-69-71
tāvat prāsahatāḥ petur vajra kṛttā;iva acalāḥ |
71. dadaaha = (He) burnt away; harisainyaani = the army of monkeys; vibhaavasuH = as the fire (burns away); vanaani = the forests; yaavat = even before; vanaukasaH = the monkeys; utpaaTayaamaasuH = uplift; vR^ikShaan = the trees; shailaan = and the mountains; praasahataah = they were struck by the javelin; petuH = and fell down; aachalaaH iva = like mountains; vajra kR^ittaaH = riven by lighting.
He burn away the army of monkeys, as the fire burns away the forests. Even before the monkeys get time to uplift the trees and mountains, the javelin struck them and they fell down, as mountains riven by lightning.
jvalantaṃ prāsamudyamya saṃgrāmānte narāntakaḥ || 6-69-72
dikṣu sarvāsu balavān vicacāra nara antakaḥ |
pramṛdnan sarvato yuddhe prāvṛṭ kāle yathā anilaḥ || 6-69-73
72; 73. balavaan naraantakaH = that mighty Narantaka; naraantakaH = the destroyer of men; vichachaara = roamed; sarvaasudikShu = in all directions; yuddhe = in the battle-field; udyamya = holding up; jvalantan praasam = his shining javelin; pramR^idnan = ravaging; sarvataH = on all sides; anilaH iva = like the wind; praavR^iTkaale = in a rainy season.
That mighty Narantaka, the destroyer of men, roamed in all directions in the battle-field, holding up his shiny javelin, ravaging in all directions like the wind ravaging the earth in a rainy season.
na śekur dhāvitum vīrā na sthātum spanditum kutaḥ |
utpatantam sthitam yāntam sarvān vivyādha vīryavān || 6-69-74
74. viiraaH = the valiant monkeys; na shekuH = were unable; bhaaShitum = to talk; na = nor; sthaatum = to stand; kutaH = in what manner; spanditum = to move?; viiryavaan = that strong Narantaka; vivyaadha = struck; sarvaan = all; utpatantam = who were jumping up; sthitam = who were standing; yaantam = and who were marching.
Narantaka, a single demon, equal to so many demons, struck the armies of mokeys with his javelin, having the sun's splendour and they fell down on the earth.
ekena antaka kalpena prāsena āditya tejasā |
bhinnāni hari sainyāni nipetur dharaṇī tale || 6-69-75
75. anantakalpena = equal to so many demons; ekena = by Narantaka; a single demon; harisainyaani = the armies of mokeys; bhagnaani = having been struck; praasena = by his javelin; aadityatejasaa = having the sun's splendour; (they) nipetuH = fell down; dharaNiitale = on the earth.
Narantaka, a single demon, equal to so many demons, struck the armies of mokeys with his javelin, having the sun's splendour and they fell down on the earth.
vajra niṣpeṣa sadṛśam prāsasya abhinipātanam |
na śekur vānarāḥ soḍhum te vinedur mahā svanam || 6-69-76
76. te vaanaraaH = tose mokeys; na shekuH = wee unable; soDhum = to tolerate; abhinipaatanam = the down throw; praasasya = of the javelin; vajra niShpeSha sadR^isham = which was like the striking of a thunderbolt; vineduH = and shouted; mahaasvanam = with a great noise.
Those monkeys were unable to tolerate the down-onslaught of the javelin, which was similar to the striking of a thunderbolt and they shouted with a great uproar.
patatām hari vīrāṇām rūpāṇi pracakāśire |
vajra bhinna agra kūṭānām śailānām patatām iva || 6-69-77
77. ruupaaNi = the images; patataam hariviiraaNaam = of the falling monkeys; prachakaashire = were flashing; patataam shailaanaam iva = like the falling mountains; vajra bhinnagrakuuTaanaam = with their peaks shattered by a thunderbolt.
The images of the falling monkeys were flashing like those of falling mountains, with their peaks shattered by a thunderbolt.
ye tu pūrvam mahātmānaḥ kumbha karṇena pātitāḥ |
te asvasthā vānara śreṣṭhāḥ sugrīvam upatasthire || 6-69-78
78. ye = which; mahaatmanaH = great souled monkeys; paatitaH = were thrown down; puurvam = earlier; kumbhakarNena = by Kumbhakarna; te = those; vaanarashreShThaaH = foremost of monkeys; svasthaaH = regained their self; upatasthire = and approached; sugriivam = Sugreeva.
Those great-souled and the foremost of monkeys, who were earlier thrown down by Kumbhakarna, regained their self and approached Sugreeva.
prekṣamāṇaḥ sugrīvo dadarśa hari vāhinīm |
nara antaka bhaya trastām vidravantīm itas tataḥ || 6-69-79
79. saH = that; sugriivo prekSamaaNaH = Sugreeva looking on; dadR^ishe = saw; harivaahiniim = the army of monkeys; vidravantiim = running away; itastataH = hither and thither; naraantaka bhayatrastaam = as they were tormented of the fear of Narantaka.
That Sugreeva, while looking on, saw the army of monkeys running away hither and thither, as they were tormented of the fear of Narantaka.
vidrutām vāhinīm dṛṣṭvā sa dadarśa nara antakam |
gṛhīta prāsam āyāntam haya pṛṣṭhe pratiṣṭhitam || 6-69-80
80. dR^iShTvaa = seeing; vaahiniim = his army; vidrutaam = running away; saH = Sugreeva; dadarsha = saw; naraantakam = Narantaka; aayaantam = coming; hayapR^iShTha pratiShThitam = seated on the back of a horse; gR^ihiita praasam = taking a javelin.
To that Sugreeva who was seeing his army running away, Narantaka appeared, coming seated on the back of a horse, holding a javelin in his hand.
dṛṣṭvovāca mahā tejāḥ sugrīvo vānara adhipaḥ |
kumāram angadam vīram śakra tulya parākramam || 6-69-81
81. dR^iShTvaa = after seeing (Narantaka); mahaatejaaH = the vastly splendoured; sugriivaH = Sugreeva; vaanaraadhipaH = the king of monkeys; uvaacha = spoke; viiram kumaaram = to the valiant prince; aN^gadam = Angada; shakratulya paraakramam = having a prowess equal to Indra.
After seeing Narantaka, the vastly splendoured Sugreeva, the king of monkeys spoke thus, to Angada, the valiant prince, having a prowess equal to Indra's (as follows):
gacca enam rākṣasam vīra yo asau turagam āsthitaḥ |
kṣobhayantam hari balam kṣipram prāṇair viyojaya || 6-69-82
82. gachcha = go out; praaNaiH viyojaya = and detach the lives; kShipram = quickly; evam viiram raakShasam = of this valiant demon; bhakShayantam = who is consuming; parabalam = the army of his enemies; yaH isau = and who; aasthitaH = mounted; tuvagam = a horse.
"Go out and quickly detach the lives of this valiant demon, who is riding a horse and consuming the army of his enemies."
sa bhartur vacanam śrutvā niṣpapāta angadas tadā |
anīkān megha samkāśān megha anīkād iva aṃśumān || 6-69-83
83. shrutvaa = hearing; vachanam = the words; bhartuH = of Sugreeva; his sovereign; viiryavaan saH aN^gadaH = that valiant Angada; tadaa = then; niShpapaata = came bouncing; aniikaat = from his army; amshumaaniva = as the sun; meghasamkaashaat = looking like (coming out) of a cloud.
Hearing the words of Sugreeva his sovereign, that valiant Angada then came bouncing from his army, as the sun coming out of a cloud.
śaila samghata samkāśo harīṇām uttamo angadaḥ |
rarāja angada samnaddhaḥ sadhātur iva parvataḥ || 6-69-84
84. aN^gadaH = Angada; hariiNaamuttamaH = the excellent of monkeys; shailasamghaatasamkaashaH = resembling a rocky mass; aN^gadasamnaddhaH = wearing bracelets on his upper arms; raraaja = shone; parvataH iva = like a mountain; sadhaatuH = with its metallic streaks.
Angada the excellent of monkeys, resembling a rocky mass, wearing bracelets on his upper arms, looked brilliant like a mountain with its metallic streaks.
nirāyudho mahā tejāḥ kevalam nakha damṣṭravān |
nara antakam abhikramya vāli putro abravīd vacaḥ || 6-69-85
85. vaaliputraH = Angada the son of Vali; niraayudhataH = bereft of arms; mahaatejaaH = having a great splendour; nakhadamShTravaan kevalam = and having only nails and teeth; abhikramya = approaching; naraantakam = Narantaka; abraviit = spoke; vachaH = (the following) words:
Angada the son of Vali, bereft of arms but only nails and teeth besides having a great splendour, approached Narantaka and spoke the following words:
tiṣṭha kim prākṛtair ebhir haribhis tvam kariṣyasi |
asmin vajra sama sparśe prāsam kṣipa mama urasi || 6-69-86
86. tiShTha = stop!; kim = what; tvam kariShyasi = can you do; ebhiH prakR^itaiH haribhiH = with these common monkeys?; kShipa = throw; praasam = the javelin; vajrasama sparsham = having the sensation equal to a thunderbolt; asmin mama urasi = towards this; my chest.
"Stop! What can you do with these common monkeys? Throw your javelin, having the sensation equal to a thunderbolt, towards my chest."
angadasya vacaḥ śrutvā pracukrodha nara antakaḥ |
saṃdaśya daśanair oṣṭham niśvasya ca bhujamgavat || 6-69-87
abhigamyāṅgadaṃ kruddho vāliputram narāntakaḥ |
sa prāsamāvidhya tadāṅgadāya |
sa prāsam āvidhya tadā angadāya|
samujjvalantam sahasā utsasarja |
sa vāli putror asi vajra kalpe |
babhūva bhagno nyapatac ca || 6-69-88
87; 88. shrutvaa = hearing; vachaH = the words; aN^gadasya = of Angada; naraantakaH = Narantaka; prachukrodha = was very much enraged; saH naraantakaH = that Narantaka; kruddhaH = in anger; samdashya = tightly biting; oshTham = his lip; dashanaiH = with his teeth; niH shvasya cha = hissing; bhujaN^gavat = like a serpent; abhigamya = approaching; aN^gadam = Angada; samaavidhya = and firmly holding; samujjvalantam praasam = that highly radiant javelin; sahasaa = quickly; utsasarja = released; tadaa = then; aN^gadaaya = towards Angada; saH = that javelin; bhagnaH babhuuva = became broken into pieces; vaaliputrorasi = against Angada's chest; vajrakalpe = which was as hard as a diamond; nyapatashcha = and fell; bhuumau = to the earth.
Hearing the words of Angada, Narantaka was very much enraged. The enraged Narantaka, tightly biting his lip with his teeth, hissing like a serpent, approaching Angada and firmly holding that highly radiant javelin, then quickly released it towards Angada. That javelin broke against Angada's chest, that was as hard as a diamond and fell to the earth.
tam prāsam ālokya tadā vibhagnam |
suparṇa kṛtta uraga bhoga kalpam |
talam samudyamya sa vāli putras |
sturamgamasya abhijaghāna mūrdhni || 6-69-89
89. tadaa = then; aalokya = seeing; vibhagnam praasam = the broken javelin; suparNa kR^ittoraga viirya kalpam = having an ability equal to the ability of a serpent; which was cut off by Garuda the eagle; saH valliputraH = that Angada; udyamya = stretching out; talam = palm; abhijaghaana = struck; muurdhini = on the head; turangamasya = of the horse.
Then seeing his javelin shattered, like a serpent whose powerful coils were cut off by Garuda the eagle, Angada stretched out his palm and struck the head of the horse.
nibhagna pādaḥ sphuṭita akṣi tāro |
niṣkrānta jihvo acala samnikāśaḥ |
sa tasya vājī nipapāta bhūmau |
tala prahāreṇa vikīrṇa mūrdhā || 6-69-90
90. saH vaaji = that horse; tasya = of his; achalasamnikaashaH = whichw as mountain-like; talaprahaareNa = struck by a blow of the palm; vishiirNamuurdhaa = had its head shattered; vibhagna paadaH = feet broken; sphuTitaakShitaaraH = eyes and pupils put out; niShkraantajihvaH = and tongue come out; nipapaata = fell down; bhuumau = on the earth.
That mountain-like Narantaka's horse, struck by a blow of the palm, had its head shattered, feet broken, eyes and pupils put out and tongue come out. It fell down on the earth.
nara antakaḥ krodha vaśam jagāma |
hatam turagam patitam nirīkṣya |
sa muṣṭim udyamya mahā prabhāvo |
jaghāna śīrṣe yudhi vāli putram || 6-69-91
91. samiikShya = seeing; turagam = his horse; patitam = fallen down; hatam = killed; naraantakaH = Narantaka; jagaama = got; krodhavasham = submissive to the will of anger; udyamya = raising; muShTim = his fist; saH mahaaprabhavaH = the exceedingly powerful Narantaka; jaghaana = struck; vaaliputram = Angada; shiirShe = on his head; yudhi = in the battle.
Seeing his horse fallen down dead, Narantaka was enraged. Raising his fist, that exceedingly powerful Narantaka in battle struck Angada on his head.
atha angado muṣṭi vibhinna mūrdhā|
susrāva tīvram rudhiram bhṛśa uṣṇam |
muhur vijajvāla mumoha ca api |
samjnām samāsādya visiṣmiye ca || 6-69-92
92. atha = then; aN^gadaH = Angada; muSTivishiirNau muurdhaa = having his head shattered by the blow of the fist; tiivram susraava = heavily oozed out; bhR^ishoShNoam rudhiram = very hot blood; muhuH = repeatedly; vijajvaala = felt a burning sensation; mumoha chaapi = and swooned; samaasaadya = on regaining; samJNnaam = consciousness; visiShmiyecha = he was surprised.
Then, Angada having his head shattered by the blow of the fist, heavily oozed out very hot blood, repeatedly felt a burning sensation and swooned. On regaining consciousness, he was surprised.
atha angado vajra samāna vegam |
samvartya muṣṭim giri śṛnga kalpam |
nipātayām āsa tadā mahātmā |
nara antakasya urasi vāli putraḥ || 6-69-93
93. atha = thereupon; mahaatmaa aN^gadaH = the great-souled Angada; vaaliputraH = the son of Vali; samvartya = clinching; muShTim = his fist; tadaa = and then; mR^ityusamaana vegam = with a force equal to death; nipaatayaamaasa = rushed it; upari = on the chest; naraantakasya = of Narantaka.
Thereupon, the great-souled Angada, the son of Vali, clinching his fist and then with a force equal to death, rushed it against the chest of Narantaka.
sa muṣṭi niṣpiṣṭa vibhinna vakṣā |
jvālām vaman śoṇita digdha gātraḥ |
nara antako bhūmi tale papāta |
yathā acalo vajra nipāta bhagnaḥ || 6-69-94
94. muShTi nirbhinna nimagna nakShaaH = with his chest-deeply sunk by the fist-blow; vaman = giving out; jvaalaaH = flames; shoNitadigdha gaatraaH = and with his limbs smeared by blood; saH naraantakaH = that Narantaka; papaata = fell down; achalaH yathaa = as a mountain; vajranipaatabhagnaH = broken up by the falling down of a thunderbolt.
Having his chest deeply sunk back by that fist-blow, giving out flames and with his limbs smeared by blood, that Narantaka fell down as a mountain is broken up by the fall of a thundr-bolt.
thadāntarikṣe tridaśa uttamānām |
vana okasām caiva mahā praṇādaḥ |
babhūva tasmin nihate agrya vīre |
nara antake vāli sutena samkhye || 6-69-95
95. tasmin = (When) that; naraantake = Narantaka; agraviirye = of great prowess; nihate = was killed; vaalisntena = by Angada; samkhye = in battle; tridashottamaanaam = the chiefs of celestials; vanaukasaam chaiva = and the monkeys too; tadaa = then; babhuuva = emitted; mahaan = a great; praNaadaH = sound; (of triumph); antarikSa = in the sky.
When that Narantaka of great prowess was killed by Angada in battle, the chiefs of celestials and the monkeys too then emitted a great roar of triumph in the sky.
atha angado rāma manaḥ praharṣaṇam |
suduṣkaram tam kṛtavān hi vikramam |
visiṣmiye so api ativīrya vikramaḥ |
punasḥ ca yuddhe sa babhūva harṣitaḥ || 6-69-96
96. atha = then; saH aN^gadaH = that Angada; kR^itavaan = who showed; tam vikramam = that forcible means; suduShkaram = which was very difficult to do; raamamanaH praharShaNam = and which rejoiced Rama's intellect; visiShmaye = was surprised; atha = thereupon; saH api = Angada; bhiimakarmaa = who performed terrible acts punashcha = again; babhuuva = became; harShitaH = enthusiastic; yuddhe = in battle.
Then, that Angada, who showed that forcible means, which was very difficult to do, and which rejoiced Rama's intellect. So much so, Angada too was surprised. Thereupon Angada, of terrible acts, was infused with vigour and again showed enthusiasm in battle.
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