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On seeing that best Vanara Hanuma, who is burgeoning to cross over the hundred Yojana ocean and who is also quickly, progressively, and stupendously maximising his body, the other Vanaras instantly shunning off their sadness, raved and rhapsodized over that staggeringly mighty Vanara, Hanuma. (4 67 1, 2) Those Vanaras available all over there are altogether buoyed up

and utterly astounded, and as with the people who have enthusiastically seen Narayana when He maximised His physique to tread the triad of worlds in His Trivikrama incarnation, these Vanaras too are looking at Hanuma who is now maximising his body. (4 67 3) Hanuma who is already an outmatching Vanara by way of his energy, has now accrued added energy obtained through the gladness derived by the way of extolment from other Vanaras, and then he impetuously lashed his tail and oversized himself. (4 67 4)

His physique which is being reinforced with resplendence while all the Vanara chiefs are eulogising him has become unsurpassed in its form. (4 67 5) Hanuma, the lineal son of Vayu, is now prancing about as with a lion prancing around a wide open den of a mountain. (4 67 6)

While he is inflating the face of that clever Hanuma shone forth like a red hot frying pan and like the fumeless white hot Ritual fire. (4 67 7) On bestirring himself from among the Vanaras, and on reverencing the elderly Vanaras, Hanuma said this, with a spine tingling sensation in his body. (4 67 8)

He who is an inestimable one in his formidableness, and an expeditious one in his meandering in the skies, that Vayu who is the friend of Agni will be toppling mountaintops…… (4 67 9) I am the lineal son of that high speeded, brisk paced, life sustaining Vayu, hence I am a coequal to him in flights… (4 67 10) Indeed shall I venture to go round the Mountain Meru, which is

standing like a broad and lofty scribe pawl scribing on the sky, for thousands of times, that too, unremittingly… (4 67 11) Or, shall I venture to skew down the ocean with the speed of my undulating arms to spiral up its waters, in order to completely inundate the world together with its mountains, rivers and lakes… (4 67 12) Shall I shove up the ocean, the abode of Rain god, with the

speed of my thighs and calves in order that its underwater beings like sharks, alligators and crocodiles will be shoved up and spilled all over… (4 67 13) Shall I make circumambulations for thousands of times around the Lord of Birds and the viper diner, Garuda, while he is on the wing in the sky… (4 67 14) Oh, best fly jumpers, just by my astounding and astonishing

impetuosity shall I venture to start with the Sun who starts his journey of the day from Mountain Sunrise, and shall I go to Mountain Dusk before Sun, and again shall I venture to comeback even before the sundown towards the same day s flaming Sun when he is garlanded with flaming sunrays around him in midday, that too without my touching the land… (4 67 15, 16) Shall I overtake all the wayfarers in skyway, or shall I parch down the ocean, or pare off the earth… (4 67 17)

Or, shall I pulverise the mountains while fly jumping on them, or oh, fly jumpers, shall I splash out the waters great ocean just by the speed of my thighs while I fly over it, by which all of its water will trail after my tail… (4 67 18) Or, shall I now let divers flowers of every climbing plant and tree straggle after me when I fly by the sky… then my flight path will become like that of Star Swati and its constellate stars twinkling in the sky…

(4 67 19) Oh, vanara s, shall I make all beings see my northerly ascent to the sky, my movement across the vast of sky, and my southerly descent from the sky… (4 67 20b, 21a) Oh, fly jumpers, shall I show you a prodigious me spanning the sky like massive Mountain Meru and flying with a propulsive force as though to

swallow the sky… (4 67 21b, 22a) While flying self assuredly shall I swipe at the cloudscape helter skelter, or shall I swirl the mountains topsy turvy, or shall I sere the ocean pell mell… (4 67 22b, 22c) Which forcefulness either the Divine Eagle, Garuda, or Vayu has, mine vies with that… and no being is tangible who can follow up

on me to overtake while I am on the wing, excepting for the king of Eagles, Garuda and the almighty Vayu… (4 67 23) Shall I penetrate the supportless sky in a split second, like an electric flash rocketing from a black cloud in a trice? (4 67 24) When I am jumping over the ocean, now my aspect will indeed become like that of Vishnu who in those days easily paced the triad of worlds

just in three paces… (4 67 25) Oh, fly jumpers, I am clearly perceiving by my percipience and the different strokes of my perspicacity are similarly prognostic… and I avouch that I will descry Vaidehi… hence, rejoice yourselves… (4 67 26) I who am a coequal of Vayu in speediness, and of Garuda in fleetness, can traverse ten thousand Yojana s at a stretch… that is my

certitude… (4 67 27) I will fetch that Elixir from the hands of Self created Brahma, or from hands of Indra even if he is wielding his Thunderbolt just on fleetly triumphing over him… or, I can even bring isle of Lanka itself extracting it from the ocean… thus is my confidence… So said Hanuma to other Vanaras. (4 67 28)

While that choicest vanara with illimitable resplendence, namely Hanuma, is roaring out his capabilities in the matter of leaping ocean on enormously increasing his physique, all the other Vanaras are stunned to stare overhead at his aggrandized form and thus they are extremely gladdened.. (4 67 29b) On hearing the avouchment of Hanuma, which itself is an annihilator of the anguish of his kinsmen, then the king of fly jumpers Jambavanta is very much gladdened and said. (4 67 29b, 30a)

Oh, brave one, oh, son of Kesari, oh, son of Vayu, oh, dear boy, you have wiped out the boundless bother of your kinsmen in its entirety… (4 67 30b, 31a) The Vanara leaders forgathered here are enamoured of your blessedness, and for the purpose of your attainment of the object, they all obsecrate orisons, devoutly… (4 67 31b, 32a)

You will leap over the extensive ocean with the compassion of sages, choice of elderly Vanaras, and with the consideration of our oracular teachers… (4 67 32b, 33a) Each of us will stay here on one s own single foot till you arrive, as the lives of all the forest dwelling Vanaras are following you… Thus Jambavanta blessed Hanuma to initiate action. (4 67 33b, 34a)

Then that tigerly Vanara Hanuma said to the forest dwelling Vanaras, Even so, in this world whosoever he might be, either animate or inanimate being, he cannot possibly bear the brunt of my bouncing… (4 67 34b, 35a) This Mountain Mahendra is beaming forth with boulders and altitudinal cliffs, and the crests of this mountain are indeed tough, and even

towering… (4 67 35b, 36a) Diversely outspreaded are its trees, and divers are its transuding ores, thus this mountain is shining forth… hence, from the peaks of this Mountain Mahendra I will gain speed for my kick start… (4 67 36b, 37a) On the verge of my upstart from here for a hundred Yojana s, these sturdy crags are sure to withstand the impetus of that

kick start… (4 67 37b, 38a) Then that Vanara who is the son of Vayu and a selfsame of Vayu shinned up that towering mountain Mahendra, as he is an enemy subjugator about to subjugate the arch rival Ravana, where that mountain is hedged in with diverse flowers, its pastures are the sweethearts of deer, it is constrictive with diverse flowers of ever flowering, ever fruiting trees and with the flowers of climbers as well, and where Lions and Tigers are freely moving and ruttish Elephants love it, and where the flights of Birds are uproarious, and pent up

rapids are clangourous. (4 67 39, 40, 41) He who is equal in valour to the Paradisiacal Mahendra, that highly energetic and grand Vanara Hanuma ambled on loftiest and towery crags of such a mountain. (4 67 42) When squeezed by both the arms and hands of that high souled Hanuma, that lofty mountain trumpeted, as if it is a lion paw hit

brutish elephentine Elephant. (4 67 43) Virtually and widely bestrewn are the heaps of boulders, essentially scared are all the animals and Elephants, and actually rocked are the gigantic trees, and its rapids and waterfalls have spouted out of that mountain by the impact of foot stepping of Hanuma. (4 67 44) Then, the numerous Gandharva couples and the hoards of

vidhyaadhara s even, that are indulged in drinking and inebriated on that mountain are forsaking those lofty cliffs of that mountain, and even the Birds are put to flight, spanking snakes are completely slouching, and rising up and falling down are the stones of that mountaintops to each step of Hanuma, and thus that colossal mountain is desolated. (4 67 45, 46) With snakes popping up halfway through their snake pits with their hoods swaying and tongues hissing that earth borne mountain Mahendra appeared to be a gleaming mountain with flying flags. (4 67 47)

While the sages are forsaking that towering mountain as their own scare bewildering them, that mountain appeared to be one who is desolated by his associates in the vast of a thick of forest, as a wilting wayfarer. (4 67 48) And he who is an importantly brave Vanara among all the Vanaras, an eliminator of enemy stalwarts, that highly proficient, expeditious, and conscientious Hanuma, on stabilising his impulses and making soul is quite staid in speediness, he made head away to Lanka, instinctually. (4 67 49).

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