Shri Hanuman Bahuk; 5th Verse
Bharatmein paarthke rathketu kapiraaj,
Gaajyo suni kururaaj dal halbal bho |
Kahayo Dron Bheesham sumeersut Mahaabeer,
Beer-ras-baari-nidhi jaako bal jal bho ||
Baanar subhaay baalkeli bhoomi bhaanu laagi,
Phalang phalaanghoonten ghaati nabhtal bho |
Naai-naai maath jori-jori haath jodha johain,
Hanuman dekhe jagjeevanko phal bho ||
Kapiraj (lord of the monkeys), Hanumanji, posited himself in the flag on Arjuna's chariot and roared, hearing which Duryodhana's army was terrified, in the Mahabharata. Dronacharya and Bheesham Pitamah confirmed that this is the very powerful Pawan Kumar (the son of wind god), whose strength has been the water of the heroic ocean.
His instinctive jump from the earth to the sun made the vault of the sky appear less than a step away, just like child's play. All the valiant heroes bow their heads and adulate him with folded hands. Having darshan or sighting Hanumanji in this fashion they have got the fruition of living in this world.
Ramraksha Stotra 5th verse
Kausalyeyo Drishau Paatu Vishvaamitra priyah shrutee I
Ghraanam paatu makha traataa mukham saumitri vatsala ||
May Lord Rama, Kausalya's son protect my eyes, the one who is dear to Vishwamitra gaurd my ears. May Lord Rama who is the saviour of yagya (sacrificial offering) protect my nose, and he who is loving towards Saumitra (a title of Laksman, the son of Sumitra) shield my mouth.
Hanuman Bahuk: verse 6
Gopad payodhi kari holika jyon layee lank,
Nipat nisank parpur galbal bho |
Dron-so pahaar liyo khyaal hee ukhari kar,
Kanduk-jyon kapikhel bel kaaiso phal bho ||
Sankatsamaaj asmanjas bho Ramraaj
Kaaj jug-poogniko kartal pal bho |
Saahsee samatth Tulsiko naah jaaki banh,
Lokpaal paalanko phir thir thal bho ||
Making the ocean seem like a cow's hoof, the one who fearlessly burnt the well-guarded city of Lanka like Holika, leading to panic in the city of the foreigners (enemies). The one who playfully uprooted the heavy mountain Dron and lifted it like a ball.Soon enough it became a plaything for amusing that Kapiraj (lord of the monkeys) like a fruit of the wood-apple tree (bel).
During the reign of Lord Rama) uncertainty surfaced due to dire difficulties(Laxman shakti).The task which was to be accomplished in several eras came under their control in seconds(by his valiant deeds during that time).The Lord of Tulsi is very courageous and powerful, whose arms were used for supporting deities and were instrumental in settling them once again.
Shri Ramraksha Stotra: 6th verse
Jihvaam vidyaa nidhih paatu kanttham bharat vanditah |
Skandhau divyaayudhah paatu bhujau bhagnesh kaarmukah ||
May the treasure trove of knowledge protect my tongue, may the one who is adored by Bharata protect my throat, may the one who has waged divine battles protect my shoulders and may the one who broke Shiva's bow protect my arms.