1. 26

    प्रतिलोमानुलोमाश्च रुचिरा रोमराजयः | शोभन्ते मृगमाश्रित्य चित्राः कनकबिन्दवः || ३-४३-२६

    The stretches of hair on the deer's body bent both in the natural order and in the opposite direction look beautiful. The spots of gold on the skin are wonderful. [3-43-26]

  2. 27

    पश्यास्य जृम्भमाणस्य दीप्तामग्निशिखोपमाम् | जिह्वां मुखान्निस्सरन्तीं मेघादिव शतह्रदाम् || ३-४३-२७

    Look at his tongue stretched out of the mouth while yawning. It is glowing like flaming fire. It is like the lightning sparkling in the cloud. [3-43-27]

  3. 28

    मसारगल्लर्कमुखश्शङ्खमुक्तानिभोदरः | कस्य नामाभिरूप्योऽसौ न मनो लोभयेन्मृगः || ३-४३-२८

    His face is a drinking pot of emerald, the belly is a conch or a pearl. Whose mind will not be attracted by this indescribable beauty ? [3-43-28]

  4. 29

    कस्य रूपमिदं दृष्ट्वा जाम्बूनद मयप्रभम् | नानारत्नमयं दिव्यं न मनो विस्मयं व्रजेत् || ३-४३-२९

    Whose mind will not be filled with wonder on seeing this divine beauty glittering like lustrous gold and studded with a variety of gems ? [3-43-29]

  5. 30

    मांसहेतोरपि मृगान्विनोदार्थं च धन्वनः | घ्नन्ति लक्ष्मण राजानो मृगयायां महावने || ३-४३-३०

    Oh ! Lakshmana kings who wield bows in hunting expeditions kill deer in the forest for sport as well as for venison. [3-43-30]