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    तप्यमानं तथा रामं सीताहरणकर्शितम् | लोकानामभवे युक्तं सांवर्तकमिवानलम् || ३-६५-१

    Tormented and emaciated due to Sita's abduction, resembling the fire at the time of dissolution of the creation, ready to destroy the world, Rama..... - [3-65-1]

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    वीक्षमाणं धनुस्सज्यं निश्श्वसन्तं पुनः पुनः | दग्धुकामं जगत्सर्वं युगान्ते च यथा हरम् || ३-६५-२

    - looked at his bow strung again and again, breathing hot sighs like Lord Siva at the end of the creation, wishing to burn down the world in a rage. [3-65-2]

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    अदृष्टपूर्वं सङ्क्रुद्धं दृष्ट्वा रामं तु लक्ष्मणः | अब्रवीत्प्राञ्जलिर्वाक्यं मुखेन परिशुष्यता || ३-६५-३

    Lakshmana who had never seen Rama in such anger before said to him with folded hands and parched throat. [3-65-3]

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    पुरा भूत्वा मृदुर्दान्तस्सर्वभूतहिते रतः | न क्रोधवशमापन्नः प्रकृतिं हातुमर्हसि || ३-६५-४

    - 'Earlier you were gentle, self restrained and engaged in the welfare of all beings. ( Now ) it is not proper for you to give up your natural composure in anger. [3-65-4]

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    चन्द्रे लक्ष्मीः प्रभा सूर्ये गतिर्वायौ भुवि क्षमा | एतत्तु नियतं सर्वं त्वयि चानुत्तमं यशः || ३-६५-५

    In you are always present the grace of the Moon, the radiance of the Sun, the motion of the wind, the forbearance of the earth and reputation. [3-65-5]