1. 31

    अथ प्रविष्टः स्वगृहं जुष्टं स्वैः पूर्वराजभिः । अनन्ताखिलकोषाढ्यमनर्घ्योरुपरिच्छदम् ।। ९-११-३१ ।।

    Thereafter, Lord Rāmacandra entered the palace of His forefathers. Within the palace were various treasures and valuable wardrobes. ।। 9-11-31 ।।

  2. 32

    विद्रुमोदुम्बरद्वारैर्वैदूर्यस्तम्भपङ्क्तिभिः । स्थलैर्मारकतैः स्वच्छैर्भातस्फटिकभित्तिभिः ।। ९-११-३२ ।।

    The sitting places on the two sides of the entrance door were made of coral, the yards were surrounded by pillars of vaidūrya-maṇi, the floor was made of highly polished marakata-maṇi, and the foundation was made of marble. ।। 9-11-32 ।।

  3. 33

    चित्रस्रग्भिः पट्टिकाभिर्वासोमणिगणांशुकैः । मुक्ताफलैश्चिदुल्लासैः कान्तकामोपपत्तिभिः ।। ९-११-३३ ।।

    The entire palace was decorated with flags and garlands and bedecked with valuable stones, shining with a celestial effulgence. The palace was fully decorated with pearls and surrounded by lamps and incense ।। 9-11-33 ।।

  4. 34

    धूपदीपैः सुरभिभिर्मण्डितं पुष्पमण्डनैः । स्त्रीपुम्भिः सुरसङ्काशैर्जुष्टं भूषणभूषणैः ।। ९-११-३४ ।।

    The men and women within the palace all resembled demigods and were decorated with various ornaments, which seemed beautiful because of being placed on their bodies. ।। 9-11-34 ।।

  5. 35

    तस्मिन् स भगवान् रामः स्निग्धया प्रिययेष्टया । रेमे स्वारामधीराणामृषभः सीतया किल ।। ९-११-३५ ।।

    Lord Rāmacandra, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, chief of the best learned scholars, resided in that palace with His pleasure potency, mother Sītā, and enjoyed complete peace. ।। 9-11-35 ।।