1. 76

    पुष्पितान्पुष्पिताग्राभिर्लताभिरनुवेष्टितान् | ददर्श रामः शतशस्तत्र कान्तारपादपान् || ३-११-७६

    Rama saw tree tops coiled with creepers in full bloom. He saw some trees of the forest..... - [3-11-76]

  2. 77

    हस्तिहस्तैर्विमृदितान्वानरैरुपशोभितान् | मत्तैः शकुनि संघैः च शतशश्च प्रणादितान् || ३-११-७७

    - echoing with notes of hundreds of intoxicated birds. He saw hundreds of trees crushed by the trunks of elephants and by monkeys. [3-11-77]

  3. 78

    ततोऽब्रवीत्समीपस्थं रामो राजीवलोचनः | पृष्ठतोऽनुगतं वीरं लक्ष्मणं लक्ष्मिवर्धनम् || ३-११-७८

    Then the lotuseyed Rama said to the chivalrous, graceful Lakshmana who stood behind him : - [3-11-78]

  4. 79

    स्निग्धपत्रा यथा वृक्षा यथा क्षान्ता मृगद्विजाः | आश्रमो नातिदूरस्थो महर्षेर्भावितात्मनः || ३-११-७९

    - 'The leaves of the trees here are glossy, the animals and birds are peaceful. It appears the hermitage of the selfrealized great sage Agastya is not very far from here. [3-11-79]

  5. 80

    अगस्त्य इति विख्यातो लोके स्वेनैव कर्मणा | आश्रमो दृश्यते तस्य परिश्रान्तश्रमापहः || ३-११-८०

    Here is the hermitage of Agastya, wellknown in the world for his deeds a place of rest for those tired with hard work. [3-11-80]