1. 16

    अनुरक्तजनाकीर्णा सुखालोकप्रियावहा | राजव्यसनसंसृष्टा सा पुरी विनशिष्यति || २-५१-१६

    That city (of Ayodhya) is full of loyal people. It brings them happiness. It is dear to them. It will perish due to the sad demise of the king. [2-51-16]

  2. 17

    कथं पुत्रं महात्मानं ज्येष्ठं प्रियमपश्यतः | शरीरं धारयिष्यन्ति प्राणा राज्ञो महात्मनः || २-५१-१७

    How can the noble king survive unable to see his high souled, beloved, eldest son? [2-51-17]

  3. 18

    विनष्टे नृपतौ पश्चात्कौसल्या विनशिष्यति | अनन्तरं च माताऽपि मम नाशमुपैष्यति || २-५१-१८

    Subsequent to the death of the king, ( queen ) Kausalya will die and my mother will follow her. [2-51-18]

  4. 19

    अतिक्रान्तमतिक्रान्तमनवाप्य मनोरथम् | राज्ये राममनिक्षिप्य पिता मे विनशिष्यति || २-५१-१९

    Past is past (irreversible). My father, brooding over his desire of installing Rama as king unfulfilled, will perish. [2-51-19]

  5. 20

    सिद्धार्थाः पितरं वृत्तं तस्मिन्कालेऽप्युपस्थिते | प्रेतकार्येषु सर्वेषु संस्करिष्यन्ति भूमिपम् || २-५१-२०

    Those who will remain present around the king, my father, at the time of his death and perform the funeral rites have their desires fulfilled (for they could attend the king's obsequies). [2-51-20]