Hanuman Bahuk: 21st Verse
Baalak biloki, bali baareten aapno kiyo |
Deenbandhu dayaa keenheen nirupaadhi nyaariye |
Raavro bharoso Tulsike, Raavroee bal,
Aas raavreeyaai, daas raavro bichaariye ||
Barho bikraal kali, kaako na bihaal kiyo,
Maathe pagu baleeko, nihaari so nivaariye |
Kesreekisor, ranror, barjor beer,
Bahunpeer raahumaatu jyaun pachaari maariye ||
Oh Deenbandhu (friend of the poor)!I devotedly implore that since you made this boy Tulsi your own in boyhood itself, were uniquely merciful and not illusory on seeing him. Just consider him to be your slave, having implicit trust in you, your might and relying on you.Who has not been disturbed by the extremely terrifying kali yuga or age? Be kind enough to remove the foot of this powerful force trampling my forehead as well.Oh son of Kesri, the valiant hero! Because of you pandemonium breaks loose in battle.
Dash down the pain hurting my arms like the lioness who is the mother of Rahu (name of a demon supposed to seize the sun and moon in his mouth and so cause eclipses) and kill it.
Shri Ramraksha Stotra: 21st Verse
Sannadah kavachi khadagi chaap baan dharo yuvaa I
Gachhan manorathaa, nashch Ramah paatu salakshmanah ||
Ever ready and armoured, with a sword in his hand, carrying a bow and arrows,may the youthful Lord Rama walking ahead along with Lakshmana, safeguard our cherished desires.
Shri Hanuman Bahuk : 22nd Verse
Uthape thapanthir thape uthpanhaar,
Kesreekumar bal aapno sambhariye |
Ramke gulaamniko kaamtaru Ramdoot,
Mose deen doobareko takiyaa tihaariye ||
Saheb samarth toson Tulsike maathe par,
Sou apraadh binu beer, baandhi maariye |
Pokhree bisaal banhu, bali baarichar peer,
Makree jyaun pakrikaai badan bidaariye ||
Oh KesriKumar! You are the one settling those who have been ruined (Sugreev-Vibhishan) and uprooting those who are prospering (Ravana & others), contemplate on that power of yours. Oh envoy of Rama! You are like the kalpavriksha (a tree that grants all desires) for the sevakas or devotees of Ramchandra. The wretched and weak like me totally rely on you. Oh valiant one! Even with a powerful svami like you being resplendent on Tulsi's forehead, he is bound and thrashed.
I entreat that since my arms are like a huge pond and this pain is similar to an amphibious animal living in it, you catch hold of this amphibian and tear open its mouth very much like a female crocodile.
Shri Ramraksha Stotra: 22nd Verse
Ramo daashraltih shooro lakshmanaaru charo balee I
Kaakutsthah purushah purnah kausalyeyo raghuttmah |
God endorses that Ram, the son of Dashratha and Kausalya; a hero, accompanied by Lakshman and best of the Raghus, is most powerful and the skilled perfect man.