Tuesday, November 1, 2011

19th & 20th Dohas of Uttar Kand

Chaupai:

bharata anuja saumitri sametå, pathavana cale bhagata krta cetå |

amgada hrdaya° prema nahi thorå, phiri phiri citava råma ki° orå ||1||

båra båra kara damda pranåmå, mana asa rahana kahahi mohi råmå |

råma bilokani bolani calani, sumiri sumiri socata ha°si milani ||2||

prabhu rukha dekhi binaya bahubhåsi, caleu hrdaya° pada pamkaja råkhi |

ati ådara saba kapi pahu°cåe, bhåinha sahita bharata puni åe ||3||

taba sugriva carana gahi nånå, bhå°ti binaya kinhe hanumånå |

dina dasa kari raghupati pada sevå, puni tava carana dekhihau° devå ||4||

punya pumja tumha pavanakumårå, sevahu jåi krpå ågårå |

asa kahi kapi saba cale turamtå, amgada kahai sunahu hanumamtå ||5||


Angada Wishes to Stay On in Ayodhya

Remembering the devotees' services, Bharata along with Shatrughana, his younger brother and Laksmana went to see them off. Angada's heart was full of love and he would turn over and over again to have another look at Lord Råma. He would repeatedly salute Him by prostrating on the ground and expect that Lord Råma might ask him to stay on. He was saddened on recalling the manner in which Lord Råma looked, talked, walked and smilingly welcomed His friends. But when he perceived the Lord's bent of mind, he left after uttering many courteous words and stashing the Lord's lotus feet in his heart. Having seen off all the monkeys with great respect, Bharata and his younger brothers returned.



Hanuman Begs Sugriv to Let Him Continue Serving Lord Ram

Then Hanumåna held the feet of Sugriva, and entreated him in several ways: O Dev! After spending a few more days in serving Lord Raghuvir's feet,I will come again and have darshan of your feet. (Sugriva said) O Son of the Wind God! You are a storehouse of merit (that the Lord has kept you in His service.) Go and serve Lord Rama, the abode of mercy. Saying so, all the monkeys departed. However, Angada said:O Hanuman! Listen!


Doha:

kahehu damdavata prabhu sai tumhahi kahau° kara jori |

båra båra raghunåyakahi surati karåehu mori ||19A||

asa kahi caleu bålisuta phiri åyau hanumamta |

tåsu priti prabhu sana kahi magana bhae bhagavamta ||19B||

kulisahu cåhi kathora ati komala kusumahu cåhi |

citta khagesa råma kara samujhi parai kahu kåhi ||19C||


Lord Raghunath

With folded hands,I request you to convey my prostrations to the Lord and remind Lord Raghunath (the Lord of the Raghus) of me, from time to time. Saying so, Angada,the son of Bali began his journey.That is when Hanumån came back and gave an account of Angada's love to the Lord.Listening to which the Lord was immersed in the ecstasy of love. (Kakbhusundi said) O Garuda! The heart of Rama is much harder than adamantine and more tender than a flower. Tell me therefore, He can be understood by whom.


Chaupai:

puni krpåla liyo boli nisådå, dinhe bhusana basana prasådå |

jåhu bhavana mama sumirana karehu, mana krama bacana dharma anusarehu ||1||

tumha mama sakhå bharata sama bhråtå, sadå rahehu pura åvata jåtå |

bacana sunata upajå sukha bhåri, pareu carana bhari locana båri ||2||

carana nalina ura dhari grha åvå, prabhu subhåu parijananhi sunåvå |

raghupati carita dekhi purabåsi, puni puni kahahi dhanya sukharåsi ||3||

råma råja baithe° trailokå, harasita bhae gae saba sokå |

bayaru na kara kåhu sana koi, råma pratåpa bisamatå khoi ||4||


Guha Adores Lord Ram

Thereafter the compassionate Lord Rama called for the chief of the Nishadas (Guha) and presented him with jewels and clothes as a token of His gratitude. He then said: Now you ought to also return home. You must remember Me there and follow the sanctions of religion in thought, word and deed. You are My friend and a brother to Me just like Bharata.You must continue to visit Ayodhya, always. Instantly on hearing these words, Guha was immensely gratified. His eyes brimming (with tears of joy and love), he fell at the Lord's feet. Then enshrining the lotus feet of the Lord in his heart, he returned home and raved about the lovable nature of the Lord to his kinsmen.



Lord Ramchandra

Seeing these virtuous actions of Lord Råma, the citizens repeatedly proclaimed, that blessed is Lord Ramchandra, the storehouse of joy. The enthronement of Lord Rama brought joy to the three lokas (worlds) and put an end to all their sorrows. No one was hostile to another. By the vigour of Lord Rama's glory, discord (inner discrimination) was wiped out.

Doha:

baranåsrama nija nija dharama nirata beda patha loga |

calahi sadå påvahi sukhahi nahi bhaya soka na roga ||20||


People of Ayodhya Were Religious & Happy During the Rule of Lord Ram

According to one's own caste and stage of life, everyone became eternally intent on religion. People walked on the path of the Vedas and attained happiness. They had no fear of anything, nor sorrow and neither any disease tormented them.

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