shri rAma chAritra manjari – shloka II
Source: shri gururAja saMputa – Volume 1 – published by mantralaya matha
Ayan rAmaH sabhAryOdhvani nijasahajairbhArgavEShvAsarOpA-
ttadgaM hatvA surAriM puraga uta nutastApasairbhUpapRuShTaiH |
tyAdyuktashchAbhiShEkE purajanamahitO mahyatAM mE vachObhiH || 2 ||
Words in the shloka:
Ayan, rAmaH, sabhAryaH, adhvani, nijasahajaiH, bhArgavEshvAsarOpAt, tadgaM, hatvA, surAriM, puragaH, uta, tApasaiH, bhUpa, pRuSHTaiH, kalyANa, ananta, dharmaH, aguNalavarahitaH, prANiNAM, antarAtmA, ityAdyuktaH, cha, abhishEkE, purajanamahitaH, mahyatAM, mE, vachObhiH
Ayan – having left for (ayodhya)
rAmaH – LORD rAma
sabhAryaH – along with HIS wife (seeta dEvi)
adhvani – on the way
bhArgava – LORD parashurAma
iSHvAsa – HIS bow
rOpAt – by lifting
tadgaM – who was in HIM
surAriM – the daitya
puragaH – having reached ayodhya
uta – later
nutaH – ONE who was praised
tApasaiH – by vashishTa and other tapasvis
bhUpa – dasharatha
pruShTaiH – when asked (if pattabhishEka of LORD was ok)
kaLyAna – One who is auspicious
ananta – infinite
dharmaH – one who has jnAna and other guNas
aguNalavarahitaH – ONE who is free from even a trace of defect
prANiNAM – for all jeevas
antarAtmA – ONE who is the inner controller
ityAdyukta – having said this and other praise
abhiShEkE – on the issue of abhishEkE
purajana – the dwellers of ayodhya
mahitaH – worshipped
mahyatAM – let HIM be worshipped
mE – by my
vachObhiH – sentences
LORD rAma, along with HIS wife and family left for ayOdhya after HIS marriage. On the way, HE met LORD parashurAma, lifted HIS bow, and killed the daitya who was residing (by name tapOmaya) inside parashurAma.
He then reached ayOdhya.
The dwellers of ayOdhya welcomed HIM and worshipped HIM. King dasharatha then enquired with vaShiShTa and others on the issue of rAma’s abhishEka.
All of them expressed their happiness about this decision by glorifying HIM, calling HIM the one who is full of auspicious qualities, One who is free from even a trace of any defect, One who is the inner controller of all.
May such a LORD be pleased by our words!