1. 11

    मध्येनमुदितं स्फीतं रम्योद्यानसमाकुलम् | राज्यं भोग्यं नरेन्द्राणां ययौ धृतिमतां वरः || २-५०-११

    Rama, the greatest among those endowed with fortitude, travelled through the middle of the kingdom which was pleasing, prosperous and full of ravishing gardens fit to be enjoyed by kings. [2-50-11]

  2. 12

    तत स्त्रिपथगां दिव्यां शिवतोयामशैवलाम् | ददर्श राघवो गङ्गां पुण्यामृषिनिषेविताम् || २-५०-१२

    There Rama saw the holy Ganga flowing in three (worlds) with her sacred waters, free from moss, and worshipped by sages. [2-50-12]

  3. 13

    आश्रमैरविदूर्स्थैः श्रीमद्भिः समलम् कृताम् | कालेऽप्सरोभिर्हृष्टाभिः सेविताम्भोह्रदां शिवाम् || २-५०-१३

    The holy Ganga, adorned with graceful hermitages situated not far away is visited at times by delightful nymphs who sport in her lakes. [2-50-12]

  4. 14

    देवदानवगन्धर्वैः किन्नरैरुपशोभिताम् | नानागन्धर्वपत्नीभि सेवितां सततं शिवाम् || २-५०-१४

    The Ganga is graced by devatas, danavas, gandharvas and kinneras. Wives of several gandharvas always visit this auspicious river. [2-50-14]

  5. 15

    देवाऽऽक्रीडशताकीर्णां देवोद्यानशतायुताम् | देवार्थमाकाशगमां विख्यातां देवपद्मिनीम् || २-५०-१५

    Since this river flows through heavens for the gods, it is wellknown as 'Devapadmini' where celestial lotuses grow. The river embraces hundreds of hills serving as sporting places and pleasure-gardens for gods. [2-50-15]