Ram3 48

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When Seetha spoke thus Ravana is embittered, and knitting his eyebrows he indeed spoke these rudish words to Seetha. (3 48 1) "I am known as Ravana, oh, lady with superb complexion, let safety betide you, the highly valorous and ten headed stepbrother of Kubera. (3 48 2) "I am that Ravana at whose sight all the Gods together with Gandharva s, Pisachas, Suparnas and Nagas will always be frightened and fleeing, as with the people frightened and fleeing from death. (3 48 3) "I am that Ravana who when infuriated for some other reason took up a duel with Kubera, his brother from stepparent, wherein that Kubera is set up against and completely trounced in a combat. (3 48 4)

"I am that Ravana by whom Kubera, the god for Wealth Management whose vehicular transport is handled by humans, is tormented fearfully and made to completely abandon his wealthiest place which is presided over by him till then, and I am the one who made that Kubera to flee to the excellent Mountain Kailasa where he is somehow living, because I will not cause any harm on Mountain Kailasa as I hold it sacred. (3 48 5) "I am that Ravana, oh, auspicious lady, who just by his valour acquired Kubera s auspicious Aircraft known as Pushpaka, whose pilotage is just by the wish of its aviator, with which I will be travelling in skies. (3 48 6) "Just by seeing rancour shot face of mine, oh, Maithili, all the Gods will quickly shoot off, even if Indra is leading them, then where is the question of their confronting me. (3 48 7)

"Where I will be staying there the Vayu wafts doubtfully, lest his gusts and blasts may hurt me, and the Sun also effectuates his singeing sunbeams as cooling moonbeams, lest I may abduct his wife Prabha, the Sunshine. (3 48 8) "At places where I will be staying or freely moving there the leaves of trees will be less of rustle, lest I may wilt them up, and there the gush of water of rivers too will quieten, lest I may dry them up. (3 48 9) "My magnificent city known as Lanka is there on the other shore of the ocean, plethoric with all kinds of amenities, as well as with ghastly Rakshasas, which city will be on par with Indra s Amaravati, but for meekly Gods and meaningless souls. (3 48 10)

"That gorgeous city is completely walled in with compound walls that are adorned with whitish silver, and its palace chambers are golden, and its archways are fully jewelled with lapis jewels. (3 48 11) "It is encumbered with Elephants, Horses and chariots, well sounded by the sounds of trumpets, and with trees which yield fruits that fulfil all the savours, and it is bedecked with chirrupy pleasure gardens. (3 48 12) "Oh, princess, oh, self respectful lady, if you reside there together with me, h, Seetha, then you will not think of yourself as one from among human females. (3 48 13) "Revelling in humanly luxuries, over and beyond in heavenly luxuries also, you will not recollect humanly Rama, whose longevity is lessened. (3 48 14)

"Though Rama is the eldest son, king Dasharatha established his dear son Bharata as king, and because Rama is spineless he is put to flight to forests, and now, what is he and what am I, in matter of sovereignty. (3 48 15) Rama" is subverted from kingdom, thus dwindled is valour, thus winded down is his anima, thus he has become a pitiable one, thus he became an ascetic as nothing else is there for him to undertake, oh, broad eyed lady, what do you aspire to do with such a Rama? (3 48 16) "I, the king of all the Rakshasas, am hit by the arrows of Kamadeva and came to you in love, and instead of beseeching me to love you, your rejection and speaking this way, is unapt of you. (3 48 18)

"He that Rama is merely a human, and in war he equals me not by my finger, oh, richly colourful lady, and I chanced here merely by your serendipity, thus you honour me and my desire to possess you…" Thus Ravana spoke to Seetha. (3 48 19) Vaidehi who is spoken thus is infuriated on her part and with her eyes bloodshot spoke these bitter words to the king of Rakshasas in that lonely lace. (3 48 20) "How you wish to commit sins although saying that Kubera, a god reverenced by all of the Gods, is your brother? (3 48 21)

"All the Rakshasas will perforce get completely destroyed, oh, Ravana, for whom you the cruel and culpable one with uncontrolled senses is the king, and you will be blameworthy for the elimination of righteous Rakshasas like Vibhishana, et al. (3 48 22) "It may be possible to live after abducting Shaci Devi, the wife of Indra, somehow and anyhow there will be no liveability after abducting me, the wife of Rama. (3 48 23) "Oh, Rakshasa, un mirrored is the prettiness of prettyish Shaci Devi, and one may live long on forcibly snatching her away from the hands of the wielder of Thunderbolt, Indra, but to him who intimidates or abuses me or women like me, there will be no Moksha, release from the cycle of rebirth, even if he has consumed Amrita Ambrosia." Thus Seetha spoke to Ravana. (3 48 24)

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