Hanuman Bahuk: 15th Verse
Manko agam, tan sugam kiye kapees,
Kaaj mahaaraajke samaaj saaj saaje hain |
Dev-bandeechor ranror Kesreekisor,
Jug-jug jag tere birad biraaje hain ||
Beer barjor, ghati jor Tulsiki aur
Suni sakuchaane saadhu, khalgan gaaje hain |
Bigree sanvaar Anjanikumar keeje mohin,
Jaise hot aaye Hanumanke nivaaje hain |
Oh Kapiraaj! Maharaj Ramchandraji's task which was not mentally feasible for the entire armed troops, arrayed in finery, you accomplished that feat with the body and made it easily accessible. Oh KesriKishor (son of Kesri)! You are the one who freed the gods from prison, created an uproar in the battlefield, and since ages your fame is renowned the world over.
Oh valiant warrior ! Why did your power reduce for Tulsi, hearing of which the ascetics are embarrassed and the wicked are rejoicing. Oh Anjani Kumar (son of Anjani)! Set right my pitiable agony in the same way as it had improved earlier when you are pleased.
Shri Ramraksha Stotra: 15 Verse
Aadisht vaan yathaa swapne Ram rakshaimaam harah I
Tathaa likhit vaan praatah prabu dho budh kaushikah ||
In exactly the same manner in which Lord Shankar gave an order to Buddhakaushika in his dreams at night to compose this Ramraksha Stotra, the sage wrote this hymn when he woke up early in the morning.
Shri Hanuman Bahuk: 16th Verse
Savaaiya or Quatrain
Jaansiromani hau Hanuman sadaa janke man baas tihaaro |
Dhaaro bigaaro main kaako kahaa kehi kaaran kheejhat haun to tihaaro ||
Saaheb sevak naate te haato kiyo so tahaan Tulsiko na chaaro |
Dosh sunaaye tain aagehunko hoshiyaar havai hon man tau hiye haaro ||
Oh Hanumanji ! You are the paragon of knowledge and you forever dwell in the minds of sevakas or devotees.In which manner do I spoil anyone's matters.Why are you displeased when I am at your service. Oh Svami! You have dismissed me from the bond of a devotee, and Tulsi has no say in this matter. Even if the mind has lost in winning you over, tell me my fault so that I can be careful in the future.
Shri Ramraksha Stotra: 16th Verse
Aaraamah kalpa vrikshaanam viraamah sakalaapadaam I
Abhiraam strilokaanam Ramahi Shrimaansah nah prabhuh ||
The one who is considered an orchard of kalpavrikshas (a tree that is said to grant all desires) and who puts an end to all adversities, the one who is extremely handsome in the three lokas (cosmological regions), the same honourable Rama is our Lord.