Shri Hanuman Bahuk: 29th Verse
Tookniko ghar-ghar dolat kangaal boli,
Baal jyon kripaal natpaal paali poso haai |
Keenhee haai sanbhaar saar Anjaneekumar beer,
Aapno bisaarihaain na merehoo bharoso haai ||
Itno parekho sab bhaanti samrath aaju,
Kapiraaj saanchee kahaaun ko Tilok toso haai |
Saasti sahat daas keeje pekhi parihaas,
Cheereeko maran khel baalkaniko so haai ||
Oh Kripanidhaan (store of grace) who looks after the poor! Stricken by poverty I wander from house to house for scraps of food. Beckoning me, you have brought me up like a child. Oh brave Anjani Kumar! Primarily you have protected me, and I have absolute faith that you will not forget your devotee. Oh Kapiraj! (Lord of the monkeys). You are competent in every fashion as of today.
I am telling the truth, who can be equated to you in the three lokas (cosmological regions)? But I am regret that this sevaka (devotee) is bearing such misery. The bird is dying like a child's prank and you are watching the spectacle.
Shri Ramraksha Stotra: 29th Verse
Shri Ram Chandra Charan
Shri Ram Chandra Charanau manasaa smaraami
Shri Ram Chandra Charanau vachasaa grinaami
Shri Ram Chandra Charanau Shirasaa namaami
Shri Ram Chandra Charanau Sharanam prapadye ||
I contemplate on the two feet of Rama with my mind, I sing the glories of Ramchandra's feet with my voice, I bow before them with my bent head plus I seek refuge in them.
Shri Hanuman Bahuk: 30th Verse
Aapne hee paaptein tritaapatein ki saaptein,
Barree haai baanhbedan kahee na sahi jaati haai |
Aaushadh anek jantra-mantra-totkaadi kiye,
Baadi bhaye devtaa manaaye adhikaati haai ||
Kartaar, bhartaar, hartaar, karm, kaal,
Ko haai jagjaal jo na maanat itaati haai |
Chero tero Tulsee too mero kahyo Ramdoot,
Dheel teree beer mohi peertein piraati haai ||
The pain in my arms has escalated due to my own sins, the three fevers and curses. Neither does it leave me nor is it bearable. Several medicines, charms-incantations-magical practices were resorted to, deities were propitiated but everything was in vain.The ache continues to increase.
Who amongst Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh, karmas or actions, kaal or ages and the illusionary entanglement of this world, not abide by your order. Oh Ramdoot! (envoy of Rama) Tulsi is your attendant and you have stated that he is your sevaka. Oh valiant hero! Your laxity in this matter is hurting me more than the pain.
Shri Ramraksha Stotra: 30th Verse
Maataa Ramo Matpitaa. Ram Chandrah
Swaami Ramo matsakhaa Ram Chandrah
Sarvasvam may Ram Chandra Dayaalur
Naanyam jaane naive jaane na jaane ||
Rama is my mother, he is my father,Rama is my master and my friend as well. The kind-hearted Rama means the world to me. I know of no one else except him-absolutely not.