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    ततस्स किङ्करान्हत्वा हनुमान्ध्यानमास्थितः | वनं भग्नं मया चैत्यप्रासादो न विनाशितः || ५-४३-१

    After killing the Kinkaras, Hanuman thought to himself (as follows): 'The grove was damaged by me. The lofty palatial mansion of the sanctuary (sacred to the guardian-deity of the demons) has not been destroyed. [5-43-1]

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    तस्मात्प्रासादमप्येवं भीमं विध्वंसयाम्यहं | इति सञ्चिन्त्य मनसा हनुमान्दर्शयन्बलम् || ५-४३-२

    For that reason, I will cause this mansion to crumble down in the same way.' Thus thinking himself, Hanuman showed his strength. [5-43-2]

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    चैत्यप्रासादमाप्लुत्य मेरुशृङ्गमिवोन्नतम् | आरुरोह कपिश्रेष्ठो हनुमान्मारुतात्मजः || ५-४३-३

    Hanuman the best among monkeys, son of the wind-godbounced up and ascended the lofty palatial mansion of the sanctuary, which was as high as a mountain-top of Meru. [5-43-3]

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    आरुह्य गिरिसङ्काशं प्रासादं हरियूथपः | बभौ स सुमहातेजाः प्रतिसूर्य इवोदितः || ५-४३-४

    The powerful vanara leader climbed the tall, palatial building which resembled a mountain. He looked like another Sun, just risen. [5-43-4]

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    संप्रधृष्य च दुर्धर्षं चैत्यप्रासादमुत्तमम् | हनुमान्प्रज्वलन्लक्ष्म्या पारियात्रोपमोऽभवत् || ५-४३-५

    Having destroyed the fine palace building, the indomitable Hanuman was blazing with glory like the mountain Pariyatra (one of the seven Kula mountains viz., Mahendra, Malaya, Sahya, Shuktiman, Riksha, Vindhya and Pariyatra). [5-43-5]