Shri Hanuman Bahuk : 7th Verse
Kamathkee peethi jaake gorhnikee gaarhain maano
Naapke bhaajan bhari jalnidhi-jal bho |
Jaatudhaan-daavan paraavanko durge bhayo,
Mahaameenbaas timi tomaniko thal bho ||
Tulsi prataap jaako prabal anal bho |
Bheesham kahat mere anumaan Hanuman-
Saarikho trikaal na trilok mahaabal bho ||
Hollows made on the tortoise's back (Hindu mythology endorses that the earth is supported on the back of a tortoise) with Hanumanji's feet became receptacles for storing the ocean's water. While destroying evil forces that very ocean became a stronghold where the demons fled and hid.
Tulsidasji says that the one whose raging valour became fire for burning the fuel of Ravan, Kumbhkaran and Meghnadh. Bheesham Pitamah affirms, “In my opinion there was no one as extremely powerful as Hanumanji in all the three worlds (cosmological regions) and ages (satva, treta and dvapara.)
Shri Ramraksha Stotra: 7th Verse
Karau seetapatih paatu hridayam jaamadagnyajit I
Madhyam paatu khara dhwansi naabhim jaambvadaashrayah || 7
May Rama the husband of Sita protect my hands and may the Rama who triumphed over Parshurama protect my heart. May Rama who killed the demon named Khara protect my centre portion and may Rama who gave refuge to Jambavad protect my navel.
Shri Hanuman Bahuk: 8th Verse
Doot Ramrayko, sapoot poot paunko, too
Anjaneeko nandan prataap bhoori bhaanu so |
Saran aaye avan, lakhanpriya praan so ||
Dasmukh dusah daridra daribeko bhayo,
Pratak tilok aok Tulsi nidhaan so |
Gyan-gunvaan balvaan sevaa saavdhaan,
Saaheb sujaan ur aanu Hanuman so ||
You are the envoy of King Ramchandraji, the perfectly capable son of the Wind God, giving joy to Anjani Devi, brilliantly energetic like innumerable suns, the one who alleviates Sitaji's sorrow, the destroyer of sins and vices, protecting those who seek refuge and dear to Lakshmanji like his very life.
To put an end to Tulsidasji's Ravana of unbearable wretchedness you incarnated in the three lokas (cosmological regions) as shelter. I say people! You must make a clever Lord like the knowledgeable, virtuous, mighty Hanumanji who is alert in attending to our needs (giving respite to others) dwell in your hearts.
Shri Ramraksha Stotra: 8th verse
Sugriveshah katee paatu sakthini hanumat prabhuh I
Uru Raghoot tamah paatu rakshakul vinaashkrit ||
May Rama who is the master of Sugriva shield my waist and may Rama who is the Lord of Hanuman protect my two hips. May Rama, the best of the Raghus, who annihilated the lineage of demons protect both my thighs.