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Friday, June 27, 2014

Setubandham-42

सेतुबन्धम्-४२

धुअपव्व‍असिहरपडन्तमणिसिलाभग्गविद्दुमल‍आवेढम् ।
दरडड्ढविसहरुज्झिअविसपङ्कक्खुत्तविहलकरिम‍अर‍उलम् ॥ ५-८४ ॥
[ धुतपर्वतशिखरपतन्मणिशिलाभग्नविद्रुमलतावेष्टम् ।
  दरदग्धविषधरोज्झितपङ्कमग्नविह्वलकरिमकरकुलम् ॥]
The coral mass was broken by the gem stones falling from the peaks of mountains (due to the heat of arrows). Sea elephants and whales were distressed due to sinking into the poisonous excretions of poisonous snakes which were slightly burnt (by the heat of the arrows).

रुन्दावत्तपहोलिरवेलावडिएक्कमेक्कभिण्णमहिहरम् ।
णह‍अरुविलग्गवेविरधूमल‍आविसमलङ्घिअदिसा‍आलम् ॥ ५-८५ ॥
[ स्थूलावर्तप्रघूर्णमानवेलापतितैकैकभिन्नमहीधरम् ।
  नभस्तरुविलग्नवेपनशीलधूमलताविषमलङ्घितदिग्जालम् ॥]
The mighty waves (caused by the arrows) swirled the oceanic mountains which broke into pieces each piece falling on the shores. The smoke engulfed in all the directions and it looked as though creepers of smoke that got separated from the tree of sky had enveloped the surroundings.

पक्खपरिरक्खणुट्ठिअसरणिवहाह‍अदिसाप‍इण्णमहिहरम् ।
फुडिअजलमज्झणिग्ग‍अफुडर‍अणुज्जोअसंविउब्भडविवरम् ॥ ५-८६ ॥
[ पक्षपरिरक्षणोत्थितक्षरनिवहाहतदिक्प्रकीर्णमहीधरम् ।
  स्फुटितजलमध्यनिर्गतस्फुटरत्नोद्द्योतसंहितोद्भटविवरम् ॥]
Submerged mountains flew up trying to avoid their wings being cut (by Rama’s arrows) and in the process got hit by the stream of arrows and got scattered in all directions. In the extraordinary hollows (created by the flying mountains) the gems (in the ocean) sparkled.  

हुअवहपडित्तगोविअणिअण‍अणुम्हाविअण्ठुलमहग्गाहम् ।
परिवड्ढिएक्कमेक्काणुरा‍असरपहरणिव्वलिअसङ्ख‍उलम् ॥ ५-८७ ॥
[ हुतवहप्रदीप्तगोपितनिजनयनोष्मविसंष्ठुलमहाग्राहम् ।
  परिवर्धितेकैकानुरागशरप्रहारनिर्वलितशङ्खकुलम् ॥]
Large crocodiles affected by the fire were getting confused closing their eyes to avoid the heat. The conch-creatures which were revolving due to the striking of the arrows tried to group into clusters showing mutual love.

॥ इअ सिरिपवरसेणविर‍इए कालिदासक‍ए दसमुहवहे महाकव्वे
पञ्चमो आसासओ परिसमत्तो ॥
[ ॥इति श्री प्रवरसेनविरचिते कालिदासकृते दशमुखवधे महाकाव्ये पञ्चम आश्वासकः परिसमाप्तः॥ ]
[Thus ends the fifth chapter of the epic “Killing of the Ten-headed Demon” presented by Kalidasa and composed by Pravarasena.]
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