Angada kills Kampana and severely injures Shonitaksha, the demons in battle. Angada, along with Mainda and Dvivida the monkey-warriors encounter Shonitaksha, Yupaksha and Prajangha. Angada kills Prajangha. Shonitaksha dies in the hands of Dvivida and Youpaksha at the hands of Mainda. When Kumbha throws down Angada in the battle-field, Rama sends some more monkey-chiefs headed by Jambavan. Sugreeva, with his thunderbolt-like fist, strikes Kumbha with a heavy blow and kills him.
pravṛtte saṅkule tasminghore vīrajanakṣaye |
aṅgadaḥ kampanaṃ vīramāsasāda raṇotsukaḥ || 6-76-1
1. viirajanakShaye = destroying eminent heroes; tasmin ghore samkule = (When) that terrific battle; pravR^itte = was setting in motion; aN^gadaH = Angada; raNotsukaH = who was eager to fight; aasasaada = attacked; viiram = the valiant; kampanam = Kampana.
While that terrific battle, which destroyed many eminent heroes, was in progress, Angada, who was eager to fight, attacked the valiant Kampana.
āhūya so.aṅgadaṃ kopāttāḍayāmāsa vegitaḥ |
gadayā kampanaḥ pūrvaṃ sa cacāla bhṛśāhataḥ || 6-76-2
2. aahuuya = calling; aN^gadam = Angada; (to fight); saH kampanaH = that Kampana; taaDayaamaasa = struck; vegitaH = rapidly; kopaat = with fury; gadayaa = with a mace; puurvam = before hand; bhR^ishaahataH = violently hit (by him); saH = Angada; chachaala = was reeled.
Calling Angada to fight, Kampana with fury, rapidly struck him with a mace in anticipation. Violently hit by him, Angada was reeled.
sa saṃjñāṃ prāpya tejasvī cikṣepa śikharaṃ gireḥ |
arditaśca prahāreṇa kampanaḥ patito bhuvi || 6-76-3
3. tejasvii = the energetic; saH = Angada; prapya = obtaining; samJNaam = consciousness; chikShepa = hurled; gireH shikharam = a mountain-peak; arditaH = tormented; prahaareNa = by that stroke; kampanaH = Kampana; patitaH = fell down; bhuvi = on the ground.
Restoring consciousness, the energetic Angada hurled a mountain peak. Tormented by that stroke, Kampana fell down on the ground.
tatastu kampanaṃ dṛṣṭvā śoṇitākṣo hataṃ raṇe |
rathenābhyapatat kṣipraṃ tatrāṅgadamabhītavat || 6-76-4
4. tataH = then; dR^iShTvaa = seeing; kampanam = Kampana; hatam = killed; raNe = in battle; shoNitaakShaH = Shonitaksha; tatra = there; abhiitavat = fearlessly; abhyapatat = rushed towards; aN^gadam = Angada; kShipram = quickly; ratena = in a chariot.
Then, seeing Kampana killed in battle, Shonitaksha fearlessly rushed there towards Angada quickly in a chariot.
so.aṅgadaṃ niśitairbāṇaistadā vivyādha vegitaḥ |
śarīradāraṇaistīkṣaṇaiḥ kālāgnisamavigrahaiḥ || 6-76-5
kṣurakṣurapranārācairvatsadanaiḥ śilīmukhaiḥ |
karṇiśalyavipāṭhaiśca bahubhirniśitaiḥ śaraiḥ || 6-76-6
5; 6. saH = He; tadaa = then; vegitaH = swiftly; vivyaadha = struck; aN^gadam = Angada; nishitaiH tiikShaNaiH baaNaiH = with sharp pointed arrows; shariira daaraNaiH = which can tear up the body; tiikShNaiH kaalaagni samavigrahaiH = with fire-like forms which can destroy the world; bahubhiH nishitaiH sharaiH = (He struck) with many sharp arrows; (by the names of) kShurakShurapranaaraachaiH = Kshura (an arrow with a crescent-shaped head); naaraacha = Naracha (an arrow entirely made of steel); vatsadanta (an arrow with head slipped like the teeth of a calf; shiliimukhaiH = Shilimukha (an arrow with its head shaped like the feathers of a buzzard); karNishalya vipaaThaiH cha = Karni (an arrow provided with ear-like protuberances on both sides; Shalya (an arrow with a long head); vipaaThaiH = Vipatha (an arrow with its head resembling the leaf of a Karaveera tree.
He then swiftly struck Angada with sharp pointed arrows which can tear up the limbs and with fire-like forms which can destroy the world. He struck with many sharp arrows by the names of Kshura, Kshurapra, Naaraacha, Vatsatanta, Shilimukha, Karni, Shalya and Vipatha.
aṅgadaḥ pratividdhāṅgo vāliputraḥ pratāpavān |
dhanurugraṃ rathaṃ bāṇān mamarda tarasā balī || 6-76-7
7. balii = the strong; aN^gadaH = Angada; vaaliputraH = the son of Vali; pratividdhaaNgaH = with his wounded limbs; prataapavaan = who was powerful; mamarda = crushed; ugram = the terrific; dhanuH = bow; ratham = the chariot; baaNaan = and darts; tarasaa = with his might.
The strong and powerful Angada, the son of Vali, with his wounded limbs, crushed his terrific bow, chariot and darts with his might.
śoṇitākṣastataḥ kṣipramasicarma samādade |
utpapāta tadā kruddho vegavānavicārayan || 6-76-8
8. tataH = then; shoNitaakShaH = Shonitaksha; kShipram = quickly; samaadada = took; asi charma = sword and shield; tadaa = then; kruddhaH = enraged; utpapaata = he jumped down; vegavaan = swiftly; avichaarayan = unhesitatingly.
Then, Shonitaksha quickly took a sword and a shield. Enraged as he was, he swiftly jumped down (from his chariot) unhesitatingly.
taṃ kṣiprataramāplutya parāmṛśyāṅgado balī |
kareṇa tasya taṃ khaḍgaṃ samāccidya nanāda ca || 6-76-9
9. aaplutya = springing forward; kShiprataram = more swiftly; balii = the strong; aN^gadaH = Angada; paraamR^ishya = seizing hold of; tam = him; kareNa = with his hand; aachchhidya = and snatching away; khaD^gam = the sword; nanaada cha = made a (lion's) roar.
Springing forward more swiftly, seizing hold of him with his hand and snatching away the sword, the strong Angada made a lion's roar.
tasyāṃsaphalake khaḍgaṃ nicakhāna tato.aṅgadaḥ |
yajñopavītavaccainaṃ cicceda kapikuñjaraḥ || 6-76-10
10. tataH = thereupon; aN^gadaH = Angada; nichakhaana = dug; khaDgam = the sword; tasya amsaphalake = into the flat surface of his shoulder; kapikuN^jaraH = that foremost of monkeys; chichheda = divided; enam = him; yaJNopaviitavat = from left to right diagonally.
Angada the foremost of monkeys the sword into the flat surface of his shoulder and cut him from left to right diagonally.
taṃ pragṛhya mahākhaḍgaṃ vinadya ca punaḥ punaḥ |
vāliputro.abhidudrāva raṇaśīrṣaṃ parānarīn || 6-76-11
11. pragR^ihyam = taking; tam mahaakhaDgam = that large sword; punaH punaH = and repeatedly; vinadya = roaring; vaaliputraH = Angada; abhidudraava = rushed; paraanariin = towards other enemies; raNashiirSham = in the battle-front.
Taking hold of that large sword and repeatedly roaring, Angada rushed towards the other surviving enemies in the battle-front.
prajaṅghasahito vīro yūpākṣastu tato balī |
rathenābhiyayau kruddho vāliputraṃ mahābalam || 6-76-12
12. tataH = thereafter; yuupaakShastu = Yupaksha on his part; kruddhaH = was enraged; prajN^ghasahitaH = and together with Prajangha; abhiyayau = attacked; mahaabalam = the mighty; vaaliputram = Angada; rathena = in a chariot.
Taking hold of that large sword and repeatedly roaring, Angada rushed towards the other surviving enemies in the battle-front.
āyasīm tu gadām gṛhya sa vīraḥ kanakāṅgadaḥ |
śoṇitākṣaḥ samāśvasya tamevānupapāta ha || 6-76-13
13. saH = that; viiraH = valiant; shoNitaaH = Shonitaksha; kanakaaN^gadaH = wearing golden armlets; samaashvasya = regaining his consciousness; gR^ihya = and taking; aayasiim gadaam = an iron mace; anupaapata ha = rushed quickly; tameva = towards the same Angada.
That valiant Shonitaksha, wearing golden armlets, restoring his consciousness, took an iron mace and rushed quickly towards the same Angada.
prajaṅghastu mahāvīro yūpākṣasahito balī |
gadayābhiyayau kruddho vāliputraṃ mahābalam || 6-76-14
14. balii = the strong; mahaaviiraH = and the great warrior; prajaN^gha tu = Prajangha on his part; yuupaakSha sahitaH = along with Yupaksha; kruddhaH = was enraged; abhiyayau = rushed towards; mahaabalam vaaliputram = the mighty Angada; gadayaa = with his mace.
The strong and the great warrior, Prajangha on his part, along with Yupaksha, was enraged and rushed towards the mighty Angada with his mace.
tayormadhye kapiśreṣṭhaḥ śoṇitākṣaprajaṅghayoḥ |
viśākhayormadhyagataḥ pūrṇacandra ivābabhau || 6-76-15
15. kapishreShTaH = Angada; the chief of monkeys; madhye = in the middle; tayoH shoNitaakShaprajaN^ghayoH = of those two; Shonitaksha and Prajangha; aababhau = shone; puurNachandraH iva = like a full moon; madhyagataH = staying in the middle; vishaakhayoH = of two Vishakha asterisms.
Angada, the chief of monkeys, between the two warriors, Shonitaksha and Prajangha, shone like a full moon between the two asterisms known as Vishakhas.
aṅgadaṃ parirakṣanau maindo dvivida eva ca |
tasya tasthaturabhyāśe parasparadidṛkṣayā || 6-76-16
16. parirakShantau = protecting; aNgadam = Angada; maindaH = Mainda; dvividaH eva cha = and Dvivida; tasthatuH = stood; abhyaashe = in the vicinity; tasya = of Angada; parasparadR^ikShayaa = with an intent to exhibit each his own martial skill.
Protecting Angada, Mainda and Dvivida took their position near Angada, with an intent to exhibit each of their own martial skill.
abhipeturmahākāyāḥ pratiyattā mahābalāḥ |
rākṣasā vānarān roṣādasibāṇagadādharāḥ || 6-76-17
17. mahaabalaaH = the mighty; raakShasaaH = demons; mahaakaayaaH = with their colossal bodies; pratiyattaaH = in retaliation; abhipetuH = rushed; vaanaraan = towards the monkeys; roShaat = with rage; asibaaNagadaa dharaaH = wielding swords; arrows and maces.
The mighty demons with their colossal bodies retaliated and rushed in anger, wielding swords, arrows and maces, towards the monkeys.
trayāṇāṃ vānarendrāṇām tribhirākṣasapumgavaiḥ |
saṃsaktānām mahadyuddhamabhavadromaharṣaṇam || 6-76-18
18. mahat = a great; yuddham = battle; romaharShaNam = causing hair to stand on end; abhavat = was waged; trayaaNaam = by the three; vaanarendraaNaam = monkey-chiefs; samsaktaanaam = who encountered; tribhiH = the three; raakShasa puN^gavaiH = excellent demons.
A great battle, causing hair to stand on end, was waged by the three monkey-chiefs who encountered the three excellent demons.
te tu vṛkṣān samādāya sampracikṣipurāhave |
khaḍgena praticikṣepa tān prajaṅga mahābalaḥ || 6-76-19
19. te = those monkeys; aahave = in the battle; samaadaaya = having taken; vR^ikShaan = the trees; samprachikShipuH hurled (at the demons); mahaabalaH = the mighty; prajaN^ghaH = Prajangha; taan pratichikShepa = got rid of them; khaDgena = with a sword.
In the battle-field, the monkeys, seizing hold of trees, hurled them against the demon-chiefs. The mighty Prajangha, however, cut them down with his sword.
rathānaśvān drumān śailān praticikṣipurāhave |
śaraughaiḥ praticiccheda tānyūpākṣo mahābalaḥ || 6-76-20
20. aahave = (the monkeys) in the battle-field; pratichikShipuH = hurled; drumaan = trees; shailaan = and rocks; rathaan = towards chariots; ashvaan = and horses; mahaabalaH = the mighty; yuupaakShaH = Yupaksha; taan chichheda = chopped them off; shoraughaiH = with a flood of arrows.
The monkeys in the battle-field hurled trees and rocks towards chariots and horses. The mighty Yupaksha chopped them off with a flood of arrows.
sṛṣṭān dvivadamaindābhyāṃ drumānutpāṭya vīryvān |
babhañja gadayā madya śoṇitākṣaḥ pratāpavān || 6-76-21
21. shoNitaakShaH = Shonitaksha; viiryavaan = the valiant demon; prataapavaan = and the powerful demon; babhaaN^ja = chopped off; drumaan = the trees; utpaaTya = uplifted; sR^iShTaan = and hurled; dvivida maindaabhyaam = by Dvivida and Mainda; gadayaa = by his mace; madhye = in the mid-way.
Shonitaksha, the valiant and the powerful demon, chopped off the trees uplifted and hurled by Dvivida and Mainda with his mace in the midway itself.
udyamya vipulaṃ khaḍgaṃ paramarmavidāraṇam |
prajaṅgho vāliputrāya abhidudrāva vegitaḥ || 6-76-22
22. prajaN^ghaH = Prajangha; udyamya = lifting; vipulam = a large; khaDgam = sword; paramarma vidaaraNam = which can chop off vital parts of the enemies; abhidudraava = rushed; vegitaH = swiftly; vaaliputraaya = towards Angada.
Prajangha, lifting a large sword, which can chop off vital parts of the enemies, rushed swiftly towards Angada.
tamabhyāśagataṃ dṛṣṭvā vānarendro mahābalaḥ |
ājaghānāśvakarṇena drumeṇātibalastadā || 6-76-23
23. tadaa = then; mahaabalaH = the mighty; vaanarendraH = Angada; atibalaH = who was exceedingly strong; dR^iShTvaa = seeing; tam = him; abhyaashagatam = coming nearer; aajaghaana = struck (him); drumeNa = with a tree; ashvaarNena = called Ashvakarna.
Then the mighty Angada, who was exceedingly strong, seeing him coming nearer, struck him with an Ashvakarna tree.
bāhuṃ cāsya sanistriṃśamājaghāna sa muṣṭinā |
vāliputrasya ghātena sa papāta kṣitāvasiḥ || 6-76-24
24. saH = Angada; aajaghaana = struck; asya baahum = his arm; sanistrimsham = holding the sword; muShTinaa = with his fist; ghaatena = by the blow; vaaliputrasya = of Angada; saH asiH = that sword; papaata = fell; kShitau = on the ground.
Angada struck, with his fist, the arm of Prajangha, holding the sword. By that blow, the sword fell on the ground.
taṃ dṛṣṭvā patitaṃ bhūmau khaḍgam musalasaṃnibham |
muṣṭiṃ saṃvartayāmāsa vajrakalpaṃ mahābalaḥ || 6-76-25
25. dR^iShTvaa = seeing; tam khaDgam = that sword; musala samnibham = looking like a pebble in shape); patitam = which fell; bhuumau = on the ground; mahaabalaH = the mighty Prajangha; samvartayaamaasa = tightened; muShTim = his fist; vajrakalpam = equal to a thunder-bolt.
Seeing that sword looking like a pebble (in shape), which fell on the ground, the mighty Prajangha tightened his thunderbolt like fist.
sa lalāṭe mahāvīryamaṅgadaṃ vānararṣabham |
ājaghāna mahātejāḥ sa muhūrtaṃ ccāla ha || 6-76-26
26. saH = that Prajangha; mahaatejaaH = with great splendour; mahaa viiryam = of great valour; vaanararShabham = the excellent monkey; aajaghaana = struck; aN^gadam = Angada; lalaaTe = on his forehead; saH = Angada; chchaalaha = shuddered; muhuurtam = for a moment.
When that Prajangha of great splendour struck Angaa, the excellent monkey with a great strength on his forehead, Angada shuddered for a moment.
sa saṃjñām prāpya tejasvī vāliputraḥ pratāpavān |
prajaṅghasya śiraḥ kāyātpātayāmāsa muṣṭinā || 6-76-27
27. saH = that; vaaliputraH = Angada; tejasvii = of splendour; prataapavaan = and prowess; praapya = obtaining; samJNaam = consciousness; muShTinaa = and by his fist; prajaN6ghasya shiraH paatayaamaasa = caused Prajangha's head to fall; kaayaat = off his trunk.
That Angada of splendour and prowess, restoring his consciousness, struck with his fist and shattered Prajangha's head off his trunk.
sa yūpākṣo.aśrupūrṇākṣaḥ pitṛvye nihate raṇe |
avaruhya rathān kṣipraṃ kṣīṇeṣuḥ khaḍgamādade || 6-76-28
28. saH = that; yuupaakShaH = Yuupaksha; ashrupuurNaakShaH = with tears filled in his eyes; pitR^ivye nihate = because of the death of his paternal uncle; raNe = in battle; kShiiNeShuH = and since his arrows were exhausted; kShipram = quickly; aadade = took; khaDgam = a sword; avaruhya = after descending; rathaat = from his chariot.
That Yupaksha, with tears filled in his eyes because of the death of his paternal uncle in battle, quickly took a sword as his arrows were exhausted and descended from his chariot.
tamāpatantaṃ saṃprekṣya yūpākṣaṃ dvividastvaran |
ājaghānorasi kruddho jagrāha ca balādbalī || 6-76-29
29. samprakShya = seeing; tam yuupaakSham = that Yupaksha; aapatantam = rushing on him; dvividaH = Dvivida; tvaram = hurriedly; aajaghaana = struck; urasi = on his chest; kruddhaH = with rage balii = the strong Dvivida; balata = forcibly; jagraaha = caught hold of him.
Seeing that Yupaksha rushing on him, Dvivida hurriedly struck Yupaksha on his chest and with a rage, forcibly caught hold of him.
gṛhītaṃ bhrātaraṃ dṛṣṭvā śoṇitākṣo mahābalam |
ājaghāna mahātejā vakṣasi dvividaṃ tataḥ || 6-76-30
30. dR^iShTvaa = seeing; mahaabalam = his mighty; bhraataram = brother; gR^ihiitam = being seized; shoNitaakShaH = Shonitaksha; mahaatejaaH = of great splendour; tataH = then; aajaghaana = struck; dvividam = Dvivida; vakShasi = on his chest.
Seeing his mighty brother being seized, Shonitaksha, of great splendour, then struck Dvivida on his chest.
sa tato.abhihatastena cacāla ca mahābalaḥ |
udyatāṃ ca punastasya jahāra dvivido gadām || 6-76-31
31. saH mahaabalaH = that mighty; dvividaH = Dvivida; abhihataH = struck; tena = by him; tataH = then; chachaala = was tottered; jahaara = (but) pulled off; tasya gadaam = his mace; punaH = again; udyataam = lifted on him.
That mighty Dvivida, struck by Shonitaksha was tottered; but pulled off the platter's mace when lifted again on him.
etasminnantare maindo dvividābhyāśamāgamat |
yūpākṣaṃ tāḍamāmāsa talenorasi vīryavān || 6-76-32
32. etasmin antare = meanwhile; maindaH = Mainda; aagamat = came; dvividaabhyaasham = nearer to Dvivida; viiryavaan = that powerful Mainda; taaDayaamaasa = banged; yuupaakSham = Yupaksha; urasi = on his chest; talena = with his palm.
Meanwhile, Mainda came nearer to Dvivida and banged Yupaksha on his chest with his palm.
tau śoṇitākṣayūpākṣau plavamgābhyāṃ tarasvinau |
cakratuḥ samare tīvramākarṣotpāṭanaṃ bhṛśam || 6-76-33
33. tau = those; tarasvinau = violent; shoNitaakSha yuupaakShau = Shonitaksha and Yupaksha; samara = in battle; chakratuH = made a keen contest; plavaNgaabhyaam = with the two monkeys; aakarShotpaaTanam = in pulling and overthrowing; bhR^isham = vehemently; tiivram = and severely.
Those two demons, Shonitaksha and Yupaksha, who were full of violence, carried on a keen contest with the two monkeys in the battle field, by pulling and overthrowing them vehemently and severely.
dvividaḥ śoṇitākṣaṃ tu vidadāra nakhairmukhe |
niṣpipeṣa ca vīryeṇa kṣitāvāvidhya vīryavān || 6-76-34
34. viiryavaan = the valiant; dvividaH = Dvivida; vidadaara = split open; mukhe = the face; shoNitaakSham = of Shonitaksha; nakhaiH = with his nails; aavidhya = threw him down; kShitau = on the floor; viiryeNa = by his strength; niShpipeShacha = and crushed him.
The valiant Dvivida, after splitting open shonitaksha's face with his claws, threw him down on the floor by his strength and crushed him down.
yūpākṣamabhisaṃkruddho maindo vānarapuṃgavaḥ |
pīḍayāmāsa bāhubhyāṃ papāta sa hataḥ kṣitau || 6-76-35
35. maindaH = Mainda; vaanarapuN^gavaH = the foremost of monkeys; abhisamkruddhaH = was enraged; piiDayaamaasa = and pressed; yuupaakSham = Yupaksha; baahubhyaam = with his arms; saH = Yupaksha; hataH = was killed; papaata = and fell down; kShitau = on the floor.
Mainda, the foremost of monkeys, was enraged and pressed Yupaksha with his arms. Yupaksha fell down dead on the ground.
hataprapravīrā vyathitā rākṣasendracamūstadā |
jagāmābhimukhī sā tu kumbhakarṇātmajo yataḥ || 6-76-36
36. saa = that; raakShasendra chamuuH = army of demons; vyathitaa = which was perturbed; hatapraviiraa = with their great warriors killed; tadaa = then; jagaama = moved;abhimukhii = turning its faces; yataH = towards that side; on which side; kumbhakarNaatmajaH = the son of Kumbhakarna (was there).
That army of demons, which was perturbed with their great warriors killed, then moved with its face turned towards the place where Kumbha (the son of Kumbhakarna) was carrying on battle.
āpatantīm ca vegena kumbhastāṃ sāntvayaccamūm |
athotkṛṣṭaṃ mahāvīryairlabdhalakṣaiḥ plavamgamaiḥ || 6-76-37
nipātitamahāvīrāṃ dṛṣṭvā rakṣaścamūṃ tadā |
kumbhaḥ pracakre tejasvī raṇe karma suduṣkaram || 6-76-38
37; 38. kumbhaH = Kumbha; saantvayat = restored to confidence taam chamuum = that army; aapatantiim = which was coming; vegena = with speed; atha = then; dR^iShTvaa = seeing; rakShasachamuum = the army of demons; nipaatita mahaaviiraam = thrown down; mahaaviiryaiH = having their chief warriors plavaN^gamaiH = by the most powerful monkeys; labdhalakshyaiH = who attained their aim; kumbhaH = Kumbha; tejasvii = the powerful; tadaa = then; chakre = did; utkR^iShTam = a great; karma = feat; suduShkaram = which was very difficult to do; raNe = in a battle.
Kumbha, restored to confidence, that army which was coming towards him with speed. Then, seeing the army of demons whose chief-warriors were thrown down by the most powerful monkeys who could fulfill their aim, the powerful Kumbha then performed a great feat which was very difficult to do in a battle.
sa dhanurdhanvināṃ śreṣṭhaḥ pragṛhya susamāhitaḥ |
mumocāśīviṣaprakhyāñśarāndehavidāraṇān || 6-76-39
39. saH = that Kumbha; dhanvinaam shreshshThaH = the foremost among the wielders of bow; pragR^ihya = taking; dhanuH = his bow; susamaahitaH = and fully composed; mumocha = released; sharaan = arrows; aashiiviShaprakhyaan = resembling serpents; dehavidaaaNaan = which can split open the bodies.
That Kumbha, the foremost among the wielders of bow, taking his bow and fully composed, released serpentine arrows which can split open the bodies.
tasya tacchuśubhe bhūyaḥ saśaraṃ dhanuruttamam |
vidyudairāvatārciṣmaddvitīyendradhanuryathā || 6-76-40
40. tat = that; uttamam = excellent; dhanuH = bow; tasya = of his; sasharam = fitted with an arrow; shushubhe = shone; dvitiiyendradhanuH yathaa = like a second bow of indra (the rain-god); vidyudairaavataarchiShmat = illumined by flashes of lightning and the splendour of Airavata (the elephant carrying Indra on its back).
That excellent bow of his, fitted with an arrow, shone like a second bow of Indra (the rain-god), illumined by flashes of lightning and the splendour of Airavata (the elephant carrying Indra on its back).
ākarṇakṛṣṭamuktena jaghāna dvividaṃ tadā |
tena hāṭakapuṅkhena patriṇā patravāsasā || 6-76-41
41. tena = by that; patriNaa = arrow; haaTakapuNkhena = with a golden shaft; patra raasasaa = fastened with feathers; aakarNakR^iShTamuktena = drawn upto the ear and discharged; (he); tadaa = then; jaghaana = struck; dvividam = Dvivida.
By that arrow with a golden shaft and fastened with feathers, drawn upto his ear and discharged, he then struck Dvivida.
sahasābhihatastena vipramuktapadaḥ sphuran |
nipapātādrikūṭābho vihvalaḥ plavagottamaḥ || 6-76-42
42. abhihataH = struck; sahasaa = suddenly; tena = by that arrow; plavagamottamaH = that foremost of monkeys; trikuuTaabhaH = having a splendour of Mount Trikuta; vipramuktapadaH = with his feet swaying to and fro; vihvalan = and perturbed; nipapaata = fell down; sphuran = throbbing.
Suddenly struck by that arrow, that excellent monkey possessing a splendour of Mount Trikuta, was perturbed, with his feet swaying to and fro and fell down throbbing.
maindastu bhrātaraṃ dṛṣṭvā bhagnaṃ tatra mahāhave |
abhidudrāva vegena pragṛhya mahatīṃ śilām || 6-76-43
43. dR^iShTvaa = beholding; bhraataram = his brother; bhagnam = defeated; mahaahave = in that great battle; maindaH tu = Mainda on his part; tatra = there; pragR^ihya = taking; vipulaam = a large; shilaam = rock; abhidudraava = rushed; vegena = with speed (to attack the demon).
Beholding his brother defeated in that great battle, Mainda there on his part, taking a large rock, rushed with speed to attack the demon.
tāṃ śilāṃ tu pracikṣepa rākṣasāya mahābalaḥ |
bibheda tāṃ śilāṃ kumbhaḥ prasannaiḥ pañcabhiḥ śaraiḥ || 6-76-44
44. mahaabalaH = the mighty Mainda; pachikShepa = hurled; taam = that; shilaam = rock; raakShasaaya = towards the demon; kumbhaH = Kumbha; bibheda = broke; taam shilaam = rock; paN^chabhiH prasannaiH = with his five shining; sharaiH = arrows.
While that mighty Mainda hurled that rock towards the demon, Kumbha broke that rock into pieces with his five shining arrows.
sandhāya cānyaṃ sumukhaṃ śaramāśīviṣopamam |
ājaghāna mahātejā vakṣasi dvividāgrajam || 6-76-45
45. samdhaaya = stretching; anyam = another; sharam = arrow; sumukham = with a good pointed tip; aashiiviShopamam = resembling a serpent; aajaghaana = mahaatejaaH = Kumbha possessing a great splendour; aajaghaana = struck; vakShasi = on the chest; dvivijaagrajam = of Mainda the brother of Dvivida.
Stretching another arrow resembling a serpent and with a good pointed tip, Kumbha of a great splendour, struck it on the chest of Mainda the brother of Dvivida.
sa tu tena prahāreṇa maindo vānarayūthapaḥ |
marmaṇyabhihatastena papāta bhuvi mūrchitaḥ || 6-76-46
46. tena prahaareNa = by that blow; tena = of that Kumbha; saH maindaH = that Mainda; vaanarayuuthapaH = the chief of monkeys; abhihataH = was struck; marmaNi = on his vital parts; papaata = and fell; bhuvi = on the ground; muurchitaH = unconscious.
As that blow of Kumbha's arrow struck that Mainda, the monkey-chief, on his vital parts, he fell unconscious on the ground.
aṅgado mātulau dṛṣṭvā patitau tau mahābalau |
abhidudrāva vegena kumbhamudyatakārmukam || 6-76-47
47. dR^iSTvaa = seeing; mahaabalau = both his mighty; maatulau = maternal uncles; mathitau = wounded; aN^gadaH = Angada; abhidudraava = rushed; vegena = speedily; kumbham = towards Kumbha; udyata kaarmukam = having his bow uplifted.
Seeing both his mighty maternal uncles wounded, Angada rushed speedily towards Kumbha, who was standing with his bow uplifted.
tamāpatantaṃ vivyādha kumbhaḥ pañcabhirāyasaiḥ |
tribhiścānyaiḥ śitairbāṇairmātaṅgamiva tomaraiḥ || 6-76-48
48. paN^chabhiH aayasaiH = with five iron arrows; tribhiH anyaiH shitaiH baaNaiH = and with three other sharp arrows; kumbhaH = Kumbha; vivyaadha = pierced; tam = that Angada; aapatantam = who was coming near to him; maataN^gamiva = as (one would fierce) an elephant tomaraiH = with goads.
With five steel arrows and with three other sharp-edged arrows, Kumbha pierced that Angada advancing towards him, as on would pierce an elephant with goads.
so.aṅgadaṃ vividhairbāṇaiḥ kumbho vivyādha vīryavān |
akuṇṭhadhārairniśitaistīkṣṇaiḥ kanakabhūṣaṇaiḥ || 6-76-49
49. saH = that; viiryavaan = valiant; kumbhaH = Kumbha; vivyaadha = pierced; aN^gadam = Angada; bahubhiH = with many; nishitaiH = sharp; baaNaiH = arrows; kanaka bhuuShaNaiH = decked in gold; akuN^Tha dhaaraiH = with edges which were not blunt; nishitaiH = (but) sharp; tiikShaNaiH = and harsh.
That valiant Kumbha pierced Angada with a multiple of sharp arrows, decked in gold, with edges which were harsh and sharp.
aṅgadaḥ pratividdhāṅgo vāliputro na kampate |
śilāpādapavarṣāṇi tasya mūrdhni vavarṣa ha || 6-76-50
50. aN^gadaH = Angada; vaaliputraH = the son of wind-god; prativiShTaaN^gaH = though pierced all over the body with sharp arrows; na kampate = was not shaken; vavarShaha = (He) showered; shilapaadapavarShaaNi = a rain of rocks and trees; tasy muurdhni = on Kumbha's head.
Angada, the son of wind-god, though pierced all over the body with sharp arrows, was however not shaken. He showered a rain of rocks and trees on Kumbha's head.
sa praciccheda tānsarvānbibheda ca punaḥ śilāḥ |
kumbhakarṇātmajaḥ śrīmānvāliputrasamīritān || 6-76-51
51. shriimaan = the glorious; Kumbha = Kumbha; kumbhakarNaatmajaH = the son of Kumbhakarna; pravichheda = chopped off; sarvaan = all; taan = those (trees); vaaliputra samiiritaan = hurled by Angada; bibheda cha = and broke off; shilaaH punaH = the rocks further.
The glorious Kumbha the son of Kumbhakarna chopped off all those trees hurled by Angada and burst off the rocks further.
āpatantaṃ ca samprekṣya kumbho vānarayūthapam |
bhruvorvivyādha bāṇābhyāmulkābhyāmiva kuñjaram || 6-76-52
52. samprekShya = seeing; vaanarayuutham = Angada; the monkey-chief; aapatantam = rushing upon him; kumbhaH = Kumbha; vivyaadha = pierced; bhruvoH = his brows; baaNaabhyaam = his arrows; kuNjaram iva = as an elephant is struck; ulkaabhyaam = with flaming torches.
Seeing Angada the monkey-chief rushing upon him, Kumbha pierced his brows with his brows with his arrows, as an elephant would be struck with flaming torches.
tasya susrāva rudhiraṃ pihite cāsya locane |
aṅgadaḥ pāṇinā netre pidhāya rudhirokṣite || 6-76-53
sālamāsannamekena parijagrāha pāṇinā |
53. tasya = Angada's; rudhiram = blood; susraava = oozed out; asya = his; lochane = eyes; pihite cha = were covered with blood; pidhaaya = covering; netra = his eyes; rudhirokShite = dampened with blood; paaNinaa = with one hand; parijagraaha = he caught hold of; saalam = Sala tree; aasannam = which was nearby; aapannam = nearby; ekena = with one; paaNinaa = hand.
Since Angada's blood was oozing out, his eyes were covered with blood; Covering his eyes, dampened with blood, with one hand, he caught hold of a Sala tree nearby with another hand.
sampīḍyorasi saskandham kareṇābhiniveśya ca || 6-76-54
kiñcidabhyavanamyainamunmamātha mahāraṇe |
54. mahaaraNe = In that battle-field; sampiiDya = propping; saskandam = that tree with branches and all; urasi = on his chest; abhiniveshya cha = holding it; kareNa = with his hand; abhyavanamya = and bending; kiNchit = a little; unmamaatha = (he) uprooted; enam = it.
In the battle-field, propping that tree with branches and all, on his chest, holding it with his hand and bending a little, Angada uprooted it from the ground.
tamindraketupratimaṃ vṛkṣaṃ mandarasaṃnibham || 6-76-55
samutsṛjantaṃ vegena paśyatāṃ sarvarakṣasām |
55. sarvaraakShasaam = (While) all the demons; miShataam = were looking on; (Angada); vegena = swiftly; samutsR^ijata = hurled; tam vR^ikSham = that tree; mandarasannibham = looking like Mount Mandara; indraketupratimam = and imitating Indra's banner.
While all the demons were looking on, Angada hurled that tree-which was tall like Indra's banner and resembled Mount Mandara in size.
sa ciccheda śitairbāṇaiḥ saptabhiḥ kāyabhedanaiḥ || 6-76-56
aṅgado vivyathe.abhīkṣṇaṃ sasāda ca mumoha ca |
56. saH = that Kumbha; chichheda = chopped off; (that tree); saptabhiH shitaiH = with seven sharp; baaNaiH = arrows; kaayabhedanaiH = which were capable of splitting asunder the body; saH = that; aN^gadaH = Angada; abhiikShNam = was very much; vivyathe = perturbed; papaata = fell down; mumoha cha = and swooned too.
That Kumbha chopped off that tree with seven sharp arrows which were capable of splitting asunder the body. That Angada was very much perturbed and fell down, swooning.
aṅgadaṃ vyathitaṃ dṛṣṭvā sīdantamiva sāgare || 6-76-57
durāsadaṃ hariśreṣṭhā rāghavāya nyavedayan |
57. dR^iShTvaa = seeing; duraasadam vaaliputram = the unconquerable Angada; patitam = fallen down; siidantam = sinking into depression; saagaram iva = as an ocean; harishreShThaaH = the monkey-chiefs; nyavedayan = informed; raaghavaaya = Rama.
Seeing the unconquerable Angada fallen down and sinking into depression as though in an ocean, the monkey-chiefs informed the matter to Rama.
rāmastu vyathitaṃ śrutvā vāliputraṃ mahāhave || 6-76-58
vyādideśa hariśreṣṭhāñjāmbavatpramukhāṃstataḥ |
58. tataH = then; shrutvaa = hearing; vaaliputram = about Angada; vyathitam = being seized with anguish; mahaavahe = in that great battle; raamaH = Rama; tataH = thereafter; vyaadidesha = sent out; harishreShThaan = for help the leaders of monkeys; jaambavaatpramukhaan = headed by Jambavan.
Hearing of Angada being seized with anguish in that great combat, Rama sent out for help, leaders of monkeys, headed by Jambavan.
te tu vānaraśārdūlāḥ śrutvā rāmasya śāsanam || 6-76-59
abhipetuḥ susaṅkruddhāḥ kumbhamudyatakārmukam |
59. shrutvaa = hearing; raamasya = Rama's; shaasanam = message; te = these; vaanara shaarduulaaH = excellent monkeys; susamkruddhaaH = were very much enraged; abhipetuH = and rushed; kumbham = towards Kumbha; udyata kaarmukam = who was holding up a bow.
Hearing Rama's message, those excellent monkeys were very much enraged and quickly rushed towards Kumbha who was wielding a bow in his hand.
tato drumaśilāhastāḥ kopasaṃraktalocanāḥ || 6-76-60
rirakṣiṣanto.abhyapatannaṅgadaṃ vānararṣabhāḥ |
60. rirakShantaH = desirous of defending; aN^gadam = Angada; vaanararShabhaaH = the foremost of monkeys; tataH = then; druma shilaa hastaaH = wielding trees and rocks in their hands; kopa samrakta lochanaaH = and with their eyes reddened of fury; abhyapatan = rushed on.
With an intent to defend Angada, the monkey-chiefs then holding trees and rocks in their hands and with their furious blood-red eyes, rushed on.
jāmbavāṃśca suṣeṇaśca vegadarśī ca vānaraḥ || 6-76-61
kumbhakarṇātmajaṃ vīraṃ kruddhāḥ samabhidudruvuḥ |
61. kruddhaaH = the enraged; jaambavaamshcha = Jambavan; suSheNashcha = Sushena; vegadarshii cha = and Vegadarshi; vaanaraH = the monkey; sambhidudruvuH = ran up; kumbhakarNaatmajam = towards Kumbha the son of Kumbhakarna.
The enraged Jambavan, Sushena and Vegadarshi, the monkey ran up towards Kumbha the son of Kumbhakarna to attack him.
samīkṣyātatatastāṃstu vānarendrānmahābalān || 6-76-62
āvavāra śaraugheṇa nageneva jalāśayam |
62. viikShya = seeing; taan mahaabalaan = those mighty; vaanarendraan = monkey-chiefs; aapatataH = coming near him; (Kumbha) aavavaara = covered (them) sharaugheNa = with a flood of arrows; jalaashayam nageneva = as one would obstruct the course of a stream by means of a rock.
Seeing those mighty monkey-chiefs coming nearer to him, Kumbha covered them with a flood of arrows, as one would obstruct the course of a stream by means of a rock.
tasya bāṇacayaṃ prāpya na śokerativartitum || 6-76-63
vānarendrā mahātmāno velāmiva mahodadhiḥ |
63. praapya = reaching; tasya baaNapatham = the range of his arrows; mahaatmanaH = the great souled; vaanarendraaH = monkey-chiefs; na shekuH = were unable; ativartitum = even to look at him; much less advance towards him; mahodadhiH iva = any more than a great ocean (would overstep); velaam = its shore.
Reaching the range of his arrows, the great souled monkey-chiefs were unable even to look at him, much less advance towards him, any more than a great ocean would overstep its shore.
tāṃstu dṛṣṭvā harigaṇāñśaravṛṣṭibhirarditān || 6-76-64
aṅgadaṃ pṛṣṭhataḥ kṛtvā bhrātṛjaṃ plavageśvaraḥ |
abhidudrāva vegena sugrīvaḥ kumbhamāhave || 6-76-65
śailasānu caraṃ nāgaṃ vegavāniva kesarī |
64; 65. dR^iShTvaa = seeing; taan = those; harigaNaan = troops of monkeys; arditaan = being tormented; sharavR^iShTibhiH = with a flood of arrows; sugriivaH = Sugreeva; plavageshvaraH = the king of monkeys; aN^gadam bhraatR^ijam pR^iShTataH kR^itvaa = keeping Angada; the son of his brother in the rear; abhidudraava = rushed headlong; kumbhakarNaatmajam = towards Kumbha the son of Kumbhakarna; raNe = in the battle; vegavaan kesarii iva = as swift lion; (would bounce); naagam = upon an elephant; shailaanucharam = walking along with slopes of a mountain.
Seeing those troops of monkeys being tormented by a flood of arrows, Sugreeva the king of monkeys, keeping Angada his brother's son in the rear, rushed headlong towards Kumbha in the battle, as a swift lion would bounce upon an elephant walking along the slopes of a mountain.
utpāṭya ca mahāśailānaśvakarṇāndhavānbahūn || 6-76-66
anyāṃśca vividhānvṛkṣāṃścikṣepa ca mahākapiḥ |
66. utpaaTya = uprooting; bahuun = many; mahaavR^ikShaan = large trees; ashvakarNaadikaan = like Ashvakarna and so on; anyaan vividhaan = and many other kinds; vR^ikShaan cha = of trees; saH mahaakapiH = that king of monkeys; chikShepa = hurled (them on Kumbha).
Uprooting many large trees beginning with Ashvakarna and many kinds of trees, Sugreeva the king of monkeys hurled them on Kumbha.
tāṃ chādayantīmākāśaṃ vṛkṣavṛṣṭiṃ durāsadām || 6-76-67
kumbhakarṇātmajaḥ śrīmāṃściccheda niśitaiḥ śaraiḥ |
67. shriimaan = the illustrious; kumbhakarNaatmajaH = Kumbha the son of Kumbhakarna; nishitaiH sharaiH = with his sharp arrows; chichchheda = chopped off; taam = that; vR^ikShavR^iShTim = down pour of trees; chhadayantiim = which was obscuring; aakaasham = the sky; duraasadaam = and which was difficult to be attacked.
The illustrious Kumbha, the son of Kumbhakarna, with his sharp arrows, chopped off that down pour of trees, which was obscuring the sky and which was difficult to be assailed.
abhilakṣyeṇa tīvreṇa kumbhena niśitaiḥ śaraiḥ || 6-76-68
nirbhidyamānāste rejuryathā ghoraśataghnayaḥ |
68. te = those trees; nirbhidyamaanaaH = chopped off; nishitaiH sharaiH = with his sharp arrows; tiivreNa kumbhena = by the brutal Kumbha; abhilakSheNa = who was skilled in hitting his target; rejuH = shone; ghoraaH shatagniH yathaa = like terrific Shataghnis (stones or cylindrical pieces of wood studded with iron spikes).
The trees, chopped off with his sharp arrows by the brutal Kumbha, skilled in hitting his target, shone like terrific Shataghnis (stones or cylindrical pieces of wood studded with iron spikes).
drumavarṣaṃ tu tacchinnaṃ dṛṣṭvā kumbhena vīryavān || 6-76-69
vānarādhipatiḥ śrīmānmahāsattvo na vivyathe |
69. dR^iSTvaa = seeing; tat = that; druma varSham = shower of trees; bhinnam = chopped off; kumbhena = by Kumbha; mahaasattvaH = the mighty; shriimaan = and illustrious; vaanaraadhipatiH = Sugreeva; viiryavaan = of valour; na vivyathe = did not feel disturbed.
Seeing that shower of trees chopped off by Kumbha, the mighty and illustrious Sugreeva of valour was not disturbed.
sa vidhyamānaḥ sahasā sahamānaśca tāñśarān || 6-76-70
kumbhasya dhanurākṣipya babhañjendradhanuḥprabham |
70. sahamaanaH = enduring; taan = those; sharaan = arrows; vidhyamaanaH = being hit; saH = Sugreeva; aakShipya = taking away; Kumbha dhanuH = Kumbha's bow; indra dhanuShprabham = having the splendour of a rain-bow; babhaN^ja = broke it; sahasaa = all at once.
Enduring those arrows being hit, Sugreeva snatched away Kumbha's bow, possessing the splendour of a rain-bow and broke it all at once.
avaplutya tataḥ śīghraṃ kṛtvā karma suduṣkaram || 6-76-71
abravītkupitaḥ kumbhaṃ bhagnaśṛṅgamiva dvipam |
71. tataH = then; shiighram = swiftly; avaplutya = bouncing; kR^itvaa = and doing; suduShkaram karma = that most difficult act; kupitaH = the enraged Sugreeva; abraviit = spoke; Kumbha = to Kumbha; dvipam iva = who was looking like an elephant; bhagna shR^iN^gam = whose tusk was broken.
Thus bouncing swiftly and doing that most difficult task, the enraged Sugreeva spoke (as follows) to Kumbha, who was looking like an elephant with a broken tusk.
nikumbhāgraja vīryaṃ te bāṇavegaṃ tadadbhutam || 6-76-72
saṃnatiśca prabhāvaśca tava vā rāvaṇasya vā |
72. nikumbhaagraja = O Kumbha; the elder brother of Nikumbha!; te = your; viiryam = prowess; adbhutam = is wonderful; baaNavegavat; like the swiftness of an arrow; samnatishcha = the complaisance towards demons; prabhaavashcha = and majesty too; tava vaa = are with you; raavaNasya vaa = or even with Ravana.
"O Kumbha, the elder brother of Nikumbha! Both your prowess and the swiftness of your arrow are wonderful. Both Ravana and you are equal in complaisance towards demons and the majesty too exists.
prahrādabalivṛtraghnakuberavaruṇopama || 6-76-73
ekastvamanujāto.asi pitaraṃ balavattaraḥ |
73. prahlaada bali vR^itraghna kubera varuNopama = O Kumbha; compeer of Prahlada; Bali; Indra; Kubera and Varuna!; tvam = you; ekaH = alone; asi = are; anujaata = born with a likeness; balavattaram pitaram = of your stronger father.
"O Kumbha, the compeer of Prahlada, Bali, Indra (the destroyer of the demon Vritra), Kubera (the god of riches) and Varuna (the god of water)! You alone are born with a likeness of your father (Kumbhakarna) who was exceedingly strong."
tvāmevaikaṃ mahābāhuṃ śūlahastamarindamam || 6-76-74
tridaśā nātivartante jitendriyamivādhayaḥ |
vikramasva mahābuddhe karmāṇi mama paśya ca || 6-76-75
74; 75. tridashaaH = the celestials; naativartate = cannot surpass; tvaam ekameva = even you alone; shuula hastam = with a spike in hand; arindamam = who can destroy the enemy; mahaabaahum = with your large arms; aadhayaH iva = as mental agonies cannot overwhelm his senses; vikramasva = exhibit your prowess; mahaabuddhe = O; demon of a great intellect!; pashya = see; mama = my; karmaaNicha = exploits.
"The celestials cannot surpass even you alone, with a spike in hand, who can destroy the enemy with your large arms, as mental agonies cannot overwhelm the one who subdued his senses. Hence, exhibit your prowess, O demon of great intellect and see my exploits."
varadānātpitṛvyaste sahate devadānavān |
kumbhakarṇastu vīryeṇa sahate ca surāsurān || 6-76-76
76. te = your; pitR^ivyaH = uncle (Ravana); vara daanaat = due to receipt of a boon; sahate = is tolerating; devadaanavaan = celestials and demons; kumbhakarNastu = (But) Kumbhakarna on his part; viiryeNa = by his prowess; sahate = is tolerating; suraasuraan = celestials and demons.
"Because of the boon received by him, Ravana your uncle is able to attack the celestials and demons. But Kumbhakarna (your father) on his part is tolerating the celestials and demons."
dhanuṣīndrajitastulyaḥ pratāpe rāvaṇasya ca |
tvamadya rakṣasāṃ loke śreṣṭho.asi balavīryataḥ || 6-76-77
77. tvam = you; tulyaH = who are equal; indrajitaH = to Indrajit; dhanuShi = in archery; raavaNasya = and to Ravana; prataape = in prowess; asi = are; adya = now; shreShThaH = the foremost; balaviiryataH = in strength and heroism; rakShasaam loke = among the demon-folk.
"You are equal in archery to Indrajit and in prowess to Ravana. Hence, you are now the foremost in strength and heroism among the demon-folk."
mahāvimardaṃ samare mayā saha tavādbhutam |
adya bhūtāni paśyantu śakraśambarayoriva || 6-76-78
78. bhuutaani = (Let) the created beings; pashyantu = see; tava adbhutam mahaavimardam = your great wonderful fight; mayaa saha = with me; samara = in battle; adya = today; shakrashambavavoriva = like the fight occurred between Indra and Shambara; the demon.
"Let the created beings see your great wonderful fight with me in the battle field today, as they saw that fight between Indra and Shambara, the demon."
kṛtamapratimaṃ karma darśitaṃ cāstrakauśalam |
pātitā harivīrāśca tvayaite bhīmavikramāḥ || 6-76-79
79. apratimam = an incomparable; karma = task; kR^itam = has been done; tvayaa = by you; astra kaushalam cha = a skill in missile weaponry; darshitam = has been shown; ete = these; hariviiraashcha = monkey-heroes; bhiima vikramaaH = possessing a terrific prowess; paatitaaH = have been struck down.
"You have performed an incomparable task. You have also shown your skill in missile weaponry. You have struck down these monkey-heroes possessing a terrific prowess."
upālambhabhayāccāpi nāsi vīra mayā hataḥ |
kṛtakarmā pariśrānto viśrāntaḥ paśya me balam || 6-76-80
80. viira = O valiant demon; kR^itakarmaparishraantaH = you; who look tired in doing your martial duty; na asi hataH = were not killed; mayaa = by me; upaalambhabhayaat = with a fear of censure; pashya = see; me = my; balam = strength; vishraantaH = after taking some rest.
"O valiant demon! Since you look tired after performing your martial duty, I did not kill you, with a fear of public censure. Identify my strength, after taking some rest."
tena sugrīvavākyena sāvamānena mānitaḥ |
agnerājyahutasyeva tejastasyābhyavardhata || 6-76-81
81. maanitaH = (Kumbha) was honoured; tena Sugreeva saavamaanena vaakyena = with those insulting words of Sugreeva; tasya = His; tejaH = splendour; abhyavardhata = enhanced; agneH iva = like a splendour of the sacrificial (enhances); aajya hutasya = when a melted butter is offered as an oblation.
Kumbha was thus honoured with those insulting words of Sugreeva. Kumbha's splendour then enhanced, like the splendour of the sacrificial fire, when a melted butter is offered to it as an oblation."
tataḥ kumbhastu sugrīvaṃ bāhubhyāṃ jagṛhe tadā |
gajāvivātamadau niḥśvasantau muhurmuhuḥ || 6-76-82
anyonyagātragrathitau gharṣantāvitaretaram |
sadhūmāṃ mukhato jvālāṃ visṛjantau pariśramāt || 6-76-83
82; 83. tataH = then; kumbhaH = Kumbha; jagR^ihe = clasped; sugriivam = Sugreeva; baahubhyaam = by his arms; tadaa = then; miH shvasantau = (they stood) breathing heavily; muhurmuH = again and again; aviitamadau gajaaviva = like elephants whose rut was not worn out; anyonya gaatra grathitau = having their bodies wound each other; gharShantau = and rubbing; itaretaram = one another; vispajantau = and releasing; jvaalaam = a flame to blaze; sadhuumam = with smoke; mukhataH = from their faces; parishramaat = due to fatigue.
The reopen, Kumbha pressingly clasped Sugreeva in his arms. Then, they stood breathing heavily again and again as elephants in rut, having their bodies fastened against each other, rubbing one another and emitting a flame to blaze with smoke from their faces because of their fatigue.
tayoḥ pādābhighātācca nimagnā cābhavanmahī |
vyāghūrṇitataraṅgaśca cukṣubhe varuṇālayaḥ || 6-76-84
84. mahii = the floor; abhavat = became; nimagnaa = sunk down; tayoH = by their; paadaabhighaataat = trampling of the feet; vyaaghoorNita taraNgaH = with their waves whirled about; varuNaalayaH = the ocean; chukShubhe = became turbulent.
The battle-ground sank under the trampling of their feet. With their waves whirled about, the ocean became turbulent.
tataḥ kumbhaṃ samutkṣipya sugrīvo lavaṇāmbbhasi |
pātayāmāsa vegena darśayannudadhestalam || 6-76-85
85. tataH = then; samutkShipya = tossing up; kumbham = Kumbha; sugriivaH = Sugreeva; paatayaamaasa = threw him down; vegena = speedily; lavaNaambhasi = into the ocean; darshayan = showing; udadhaH talam = him the bottom of the sea.
Then tossing up Kumbha, Sugreeva threw him down speedily into the ocean, showing him the bottom of the sea.
tataḥ kumbhanipātena jalarāśiḥ samutthitaḥ |
vindhyamandarasaṃkāśo visasarpa samantataḥ|| 6-76-86
86. tataH = then; kumbhanipaatena = due to throwing down of Kumbha; samutthitaH = the fully risen; jalaraashiH = sea; vindhyamandara samkaashaH = equal to the height of Mount Vindhya; visasarpa = diffused; samantataH = on all sides.
Due to the hurling down of Kumbha, the fully risen sea, reaching a height of as to that of Mount Vindhya, diffused on all sides.
tasya carma ca pusphoṭa sañjajñe cāsya śoṇitam |
sa ca muṣṭirmahāvegaḥ pratijaghne.asthimaṇḍale || 6-76-87
87. tataH = then; kumbhaH = Kumbha; samutpatya = jumping up; abhipaatya cha = and throwing down; sugriivam = Sugreeva; kruddhaH = irritated; ajaghaana = struck him; urasi = on his chest muShTinaa = with his fist ; vajrakalpena = equal to a thunder-bolt.
The enraged Kumbha, then jumping up and throwing down Sugreeva, struck him on his chest with his thunderbolt-like fist.
tadā vegena tatrāsīttejaḥ prajvālitaṃ muhuḥ |
vajraniṣpeṣasañjātajvālā merau yathā girau || 6-76-88
88. tasya = his; varma cha = armour too; pusphoTa = was burst asunder; shoNitam vaapi = even blood; samjaJNe = appeared (oozing out); saH mahaa vegaH = that awfully forceful; muShTiH = fist; pratijaghne = was given a counter-strike; asthimaN^Dale = by the cage of bones.
Sugreeva's armour was burst asunder. Even blood appeared oozing out of his chest. His cage of bones gave a counter-strike to that awfully forceful fist.
sa tatrābhihatastena sugrīvo vānararṣabhaḥ |
muṣṭiṃ saṃvartayāmāsa vajrakalpaṃ mahābalaḥ || 6-76-89
89. tadaa = then; vegena = by the force (of the fist); tatra = there; prajvalitam = blazed up; mahat = a mighty; tejaH = flame; jvaalaa yathaa = resembling the fire; meroHgireH = (that bursts up) on Mount Meru; vajra niShpeShasamjaataa = born out of a stroke of lighting.
Then, by the force of that fist shot forth there, a mighty flame resembling the fire that bursts up on Mount Meru, was born out of a stroke of lightning.
arciḥsahasravikacaṃ ravimaṇḍalasaprabham |
sa muṣṭiṃ pātayāmāsa kumbhasyorasi vīryavān || 6-76-90
90. saH = that; mahaabala = mighty; sugriivaH = Sugreeva; vaanara shreShThah = the foremost of monkeys; abhihataH = struck; tatra = there; tena = by him; samvartayaamaasa = tightened; muShTim = his fist; vajrakalpam = equal to a thunderbolt.
Thus struck by Kumbha there, that mighty Sugreeva, the chief of monkeys, tightened his fist which appeared like a thunderbolt.
sa tu tena prahareṇa vihvalo bhṛśapīḍitaḥ |
nipapāta tadā kumbho gatārciriva pāvakaḥ || 6-76-91
91. viiryavaan = the valiant; saH = Sugreeva; paatayaamaasa = forcefully descended; muShTim = his fist; archiH sahasra vikacha ravimaN^Dala varchasam = which shone like the solar disc encircled by a thousand rays; urasi = on the breast; kumbhasya = of Kumbha.
The valiant Sugreeva forcefully descended his fist, which shone like the solar disc encircled by a thousand rays, on the breast of Kumbha.
muṣṭinābhihatastena nipapātāśu rākṣasaḥ |
lohitāṅga ivākāśāddīptaraśmiryadṛcchayā || 6-76-92
92. saH kumbhaH = that Kumbha; bhR^isha piiDitaH = very much hurt; tena prahaareNa = by that blow; vihvalaH = was exhausted; tadaa = and then; nipapaata = fell down; paavakaH iva = like a fire; gataarchiH = whose flame has gone.
That Kumbha, very much hurt by that blow, was exhausted and then fell down, like fire whose flame has extinguished.
kumbhasya patato rūpaṃ bhagnasyorasi muṣṭinā |
babhau rudrābhipannasya yathārūpaṃ gavāṃ pateḥ || 6-76-93
93. abhihataH = struck; muShTinaa = with fist; tena = by that Sugreeva; raakShasaH = that demon; nipapaata = fell down; aashu = suddenly; lohitaaNgaH iva = as the plant Mars; diiptarashmiH = of splendid rays; aakaashaat = (would drop down) from the sky; yard^ichchhayaa = accidentally.
Thus struck with Sugreeva's fist, that demon fell down suddenly, as the planet Mars, of splendid rays, would drop down from the sky accidentally.
tasminhate bhīmaparākrameṇa |
plavaṅgamānāmṛṣabheṇa yuddhe |
mahī saśailā savanā cacāla |
bhayaṃ ca rakṣāṃsyadhikaṃ viveśa || 6-76-94
94. tasmin hate = when he was killed; yuddhe = in battle; R^iShaNena = by Sugreeva the chief; plavaN^gamaanaam = of monkeys; bhiimaparaakrameNa = with a terrific prowess; mahii = the earth; chachaala = trembled sa shailaa = with its mountains; savanaa = and forests; adhikam bhayam = too much fear; vivesha = entered; rakShaamsi = the demons.
When Kumbha was killed in battle by Sugreeva the chief of monkeys, possessing a terrific prowess, the earth with its mountains and forests trembled. Too much fear seized the demons.
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