Shri Hanuman Bahuk: 17th Verse
Tere thape uthapaai na mahes, thapaai thirko kapi je ghar ghaale |
Tere nivaaje gareebnivaaj biraajat baairinke ur saale |
Sankat soch sabaai Tulsi liye naam phataai makreeke-se jaale |
Boorh bhaye, bali, merihi baar, ki haari pare bahutaai natt paale ||
Oh king of the moneys! Even Lord Shankar can not ruin the person you have settled. And who can set up a household which you have doomed? Oh Lord, kind to the poor! The ones you are pleased with, dwell as pain in the hearts of enemies.
Tulsidasji affirms that by taking your name, all adversities and concerns are torn to shreds like a spider's web. Balihari ! (the affectionate one)! Have you grown old during my plight or else are you fatigued because of looking after so many poverty-stricken people? (Therefore you are lax in getting rid of my agony.)
Shri Ramraksha Stotra: 17th Verse
Tarunau roop sampannau sukumaarau mahaa balau I
Pundreek vishaalaakshau cheerkrishnaa jinaambarau ||
Those who are in the prime of their youth, are handsome to look at, tender, very powerful, large-eyed like the lotus, dressed in the bark of a tree and the skin of a black buck.
Shri Hanuman Bahuk: 18th Verse
Sindhu tare, barhe beer dale khal, jaare hain lankse bank mavaa se |
Taain ran-kehri kehrike bidle ari-kunjar chaail chavaa se ||
Toson samath susaaheb sei sahaai Tulsi dukh dosh davaase |
Baanar baaj barhe khal-khechar, leejat kyon na lapeti lavaa-se ||
After crossing the ocean and utterly destroying huge evil demons, and burning a fearsome stronghold like Lanka.Oh the lion of battle in the jungle! The demons our enemies seemed like the adorned young of an elephant, and you vanquished them like a lion.
It is shocking that Tulsi has to bear the fire of offence and sorrow while attending to the needs of a Lord as powerful and virtuous like you. Oh hawk in the form of a monkey! Several birds of wicked men have increased in number, why don't you entangle them like a quail?
Shri Ramraksha Stotra: 18th Verse
Fala moolaa shinau daantau taapasau brahma chaarinau I
putrau dashrathasyetau bhraatarau Ram Lakshmanau ||
May the ones who are eating roots and fruits, and practising self-control, penance along with asceticism. May both the brothers Ram and Lakshman, the sons of Dashratha and best of the Raghus, guard us.