1. 6

    उपासांचक्रतुर्वीरौ यत्तौ परमधन्विनौ | ररक्षतुर्मुनिवरं विश्वामित्रमरिंदमौ || १-३०-६

    On alertly patrolling nearby the Altar of Fire those two enemy-destroyers who are the wielders of great bows and valiant ones have protected the best sage Vishvamitra. [1-30-6]

  2. 7

    अथ काले गते तस्मिन् षष्ठेऽहनि तदागते | सौमित्रमब्रवीद्रामो यत्तो भव समाहितः || १-३०-७

    Time passed. When the sixth day arrived Rama cautioned Lakshmana and said "Sumitrananda ! be prepared and be on alert." [1-30-7]

  3. 8

    रामस्यैवं ब्रुवाणस्य त्वरितस्य युयुत्सया | प्रजज्वाल ततो वेदिः सोपाध्यायपुरोहिता || १-३०-८

    While Rama was saying thus himself quickening to combat, then the fire in the Altar of Fire flared up suddenly and highly, brightening the chief officiator of the ritual, namely Vishvamitra, and other priests around it. [1-30-8]

  4. 9

    सदर्भचमसस्रुक्का ससमित्कुसुमोच्चया | विश्वामित्रेण सहिता वेदिर्जज्वाल सर्त्विजा || १-३०-९

    The Altar of Fire, around which sacred grass, drink-vessels, oblation spoons, firewood-sticks, and heaps of flowers were kept, and around which Vishvamitra and the conductors of ritual were sitting, that altar flared high. [1-30-9]

  5. 10

    मंत्रवच्च यथान्यायं यज्ञोऽसौ संप्रवर्तते | आकाशे च महान् शब्दः प्रादुरासीद्भयानकः || १-३०-१०

    While the Vedic ritual was proceeding well towards its conclusion according to hymnal rendering and rules of conducting the ritual, a strident and frightening blare was generated in the sky. [1-30-10]