1. 31

    तां महोल्कामिवाकाशे दीप्यमानां स्वतेजसा | जहाराऽकाशमाविस्य सीतां वैश्रवणानुजः || ३-५२-३१

    The younger brother of Vaisravana (Ravana), like a massive comet, carried Sita, who was glowing in the radiance of her own beauty, and entered the sky. [3-52-31]

  2. 32

    तस्यास्तान्यग्निवर्णानि भूषणानि महीतले | सघोषाण्यवकीर्यन्त क्षीणास्तारा इवाम्बरात् || ३-५२-३२

    Like the dim stars falling from the sky, her ornaments, bright as flame, scattered on the ground tinkling. [3-52-32]

  3. 33

    तस्यास्स्तनान्तराद्भ्रष्टो हारस्ताराधिपद्युतिः | वैदेह्या निपतन्भाति गङ्गेव गगनाच्च्युता || ३-५२-३३

    Sita's necklace shining like the bright Moon slipped from between her breasts like the river Ganga falling down from the sky. [3-52-33]

  4. 34

    उत्पातवाताभिहता नानाद्विजगणायुताः | माभैरिति विधूताग्रा व्याजह्रुरिव पादपाः || ३-५२-३४

    The trees filled with birds of all kinds, shaken at the top by stormy winds seemed to be saying to Sita, 'Be not afraid'. [3-52-34]

  5. 35

    नलिन्यो ध्वस्तकमलास्त्रस्तमीनजलेचराः | सखीमिव गतोच्छ्वासामन्वशोचन्त मैथिलीम् || ३-५२-३५

    Lotusponds with withering lotuses and with disturbed aquatic life like fishes in fright were as if grieving for Sita as one would grieve for a companion who is unable to breathe. [3-52-35]