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Then on hearing the words of Angada those best Vanara s, namely Gaja, Gavaksha, Gavaya, Sharabha, Gandhamadana, Mainda and Dvivida, and Susheshana, and like that Jambavanta have individually said about their abilities in the matter of leaping the ocean according to their turn. (4 65 1) In that matter Gaja said, I can fly ten Yojana s… quot and Gavaksha said, I can go over twenty Yojana s… quot (4 65 3)

In that matter the vanara Sharabha said to the Vanaras, oh, fly jumpers, I can indeed go up to thirty Yojana s… The vanara Sharabha said, I can go up to forty Yojana s, undoubtedly… quot The great resplendent Gandhamadana said, I can go up to fifty Yojana s, no doubt… The vanara Mainda said the Vanaras in that matter, quot I venture to jump just sixty Yojana s… Then the great resplendent Dvivida informed, I can go up to seventy Yojana s, no doubt… quot But mighty Shushena, the best and the great resplendent Vanara said, I promise to

jump eighty Yojana s… (4 65 4) Jambavanta, the oldest one among all of them, appreciating them who are telling about their jumping capacities, has informed them in this way. (4 65 10) Previously there was some traversal daredevilry even for us, such as we were, we are presently on the other shore of our age… (4 65 11)

That being so, for which purpose the king of Vanaras Sugreeva and even Rama are decisively decided on this task, it is impossible for us to marginalize this task… (4 65 12) While we say you may hear what cruise we have at this age… we can go up to ninety Yojana s, undoubtedly… (4 65 13)

Jambavanta further said this to all of those best Vanaras, my capability in the stint of going was not definitely limited only thereunto… (4 65 14) Once I have performed circumambulation around the Omnipresent and Eternal Vishnu in His incarnation as Trivikrama, when He grandiosely increased His physique from that of a Divine Dwarfish Brahman boy to that of an Omnidirectional Being, thus filling whole of the Universe to tread

all the three worlds, during the time of Vedic ritual of Emperor Bali, the legatee of Vairochana… (4 65 15) Such as I was, I am presently old and decrepit and I have become slow jumping soldier of misfortune, though my energy in youth was unmatchable and unsurpassable. (4 65 16) Now, at this age it is possible for me to go on my own only

thereunto… and by that much endeavour that task will be unaccomplished… So said Jambavanta to Vanaras. (4 65 17) Then on reverencing the great Vanara Jambavanta, the highly intelligent Angada thereafter said these salutary words. (4 65 18) I can vault over this ocean which is broadwise in a hundred Yojana breadth, but whether I am capable of coming back or not, it is

indefinite… (4 65 19) That expert in sentence making, Jambavanta said to the best one among Vanaras namely Angada, oh, Angada, the best one among Vanaras and Rikshas, I know about your capability in traversal… (4 65 20) Why a hundred, if need be you are capable to go up to a hundred thousand Yojana s and come back… but this method of our sending you is

uncanonical… (4 65 21) Oh, dear Angada, in anyway lord assigner cannot be an assignee, hence oh, best fly jumper, all of these people are assignable by you… (4 65 22) You are notionally established as our lord and we have to become your protectionists and, oh, enemy inflamer Angada, lord becomes the

protectionist of army… this alone is the method… (4 65 23) Oh, enemy subjugator, really you are the linchpin to this mission, thereby oh, dear Angada, you are always to be protected like anything that needs safeguarding… (4 65 24) The prime mover of a task is to be safeguarded… is the byword of the taskmasters, and indeed if only the prime mover is there, all the

endowments are achievable that yield fruits… (4 65 25) Thereby, oh, truth valiant Angada, you are instrumental to this task and as you are privileged with sagacity and audacity, oh, enemy inflamer, you are the keystone for this task of searching Seetha… (4 65 26) For us you are indeed a respectable one by yourself, and as

the son of respected Vali too, and oh, best Vanara, sheltered by you we are indeed capable of achieving the objective of our task… So said Jambavanta to Angada. (4 65 27) When that highly scholarly Jambavanta has said thus, the great Vanara and the son of Vali Angada said this sentence in reply as an answer. (4 65 28)

If I am not proceeding to Lanka, nor any other Vanara is proceeding, then we have to undertake self immolation once again, isn t it! (4 65 29) I do not perceive any secure protection for our lives on our going to Kishkindha without fulfilling the bidding of that resolute king of Vanaras Sugreeva… (4 65 30)

Sugreeva is a lord who shows either forgiveness or furiousness immoderately… and our going to Kishkindha trespassing his bidding is as good as our entering into our own doom… (4 65 31) It will happen in that way only as our going back to Kishkindha results in no other way, thereby it will be apt of you to think deeply, as you can envision the implications… Thus Angada said to Jambavanta. (4 65 32)

When that best and valiant fly jumper Jambavanta is said that way by Angada, then Jambavanta advised him in this best sentence to Angada. (4 65 33) Oh, brave Angada, this mission of yours will not be thwarted in the least. I will motivate him who achieves success of this mission of searching Seetha… (4 65 34)

Then Jambavanta, the outstanding one among Vanaras started to motivate the exceptional fly jumper, and a marvellous one among all the Vanaras, and who by now is comfortably sitting abiding a lonely place, namely Hanuma. (4 65 35)

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