1. 21

    तथाऽमात्यानभिप्रेतान्विश्वास्यांश्च गुणान्वितान् | ददावश्वपतिः क्षिप्रं भरतायानुयायिनः || २-७०-२१

    Similarly his maternal uncle Ashwapati quickly presented him amenable, trustworthy and virtuous counsellors as companions on his return journey. [2-70-21]

  2. 22

    ऐरावतानैन्द्रशिरान्नागान्वै प्रियदर्शनान् | खरान् श्रीघ्रान्सुसंयुक्तान्मातुलोऽस्मै धनं ददौ || २-७०-२२

    His maternal uncle gave him the wealth of goodlooking elephants born in Iravata and Indrasira mountains and swiftmoving and welltrained asses which can be yoked easily. He gave riches too. [2-70-22]

  3. 23

    अन्तःपुरेऽति संवृद्धान् व्याघ्रवीर्यबलान्वितान् | दंष्ट्राऽऽयुधान्महाकायान् शुनश्चोपायनं ददौ || २-७०-२३

    He also gave him a gift of wellraised dogs of the inner apartment hugebodied with the strength and courage of tigers who used their fangs as weapons. [2-70-23]

  4. 24

    स दत्तं केकयेन्द्रेण धनं तन्नाभ्यनन्दत | भरतः कैकयीपुत्रो गमनत्वरया तदा || २-७०-२४

    All the wealth given by the king of Kekaya did not delight Bharata, son of Kaikeyi who was in a hurry to depart for Ayodhya. [2-70-24]

  5. 25

    बभूव ह्यस्य हृदये चिन्ता सुमहती तदा | त्वरया चापि दूतानां स्वप्नस्यापि च दर्शनात् || २-७०-२५

    Then his heart was filled with extreme anxiety due to the haste of the messengers to depart and also due to the dream he had. [2-70-25]