In the vedic culture the Gods of nature are worshipped, like Vasus (deity of elements: agni, jal, vayu and more), rudra, ashwini kumar and Aditya. Aditya means the son of devi aditi and this stotra pleases the Lord’s heart and hence called Aditya Hrudayam Stotram. In hinduism or any other culture sages always worship the Lord Sun as the presiding deity. In one of the oldest text, vedas (Rigveda) the mantras and stotras are there to worship the Surya Dev.
Aditya Hrudayam Stotram is the sacred praise to the essence of Surya Dev (Sun God). The stotra includes 31 verses. During the time of Rama and Ravana war, Rama was thinking the solution to kill ravana as the war was going non ending. Rishi Agastya came forward to help Him with the glory of Aditya Hridaya Stotra. The stotra is the glory of Sun God and also describes the fruit. It’s verses give the complete introduction, the praise and the goals one can achieve by praising Surya Dev. The glory is defined so beautifully that it pleases the heart of Sun God. Aditya Hrudayam Stotram is given in Valmiki Ramayana, the sacred scripture of describing the life of Lord Rama.
Stotram in Sanskrit with explanation
Ath Aditya Hrudayam Stotram…..
Sage Agastya saw Rama in deep thought
१. ततो युद्धपरिश्रान्तं समरे चिन्तया स्थितम्।
रावणं चाग्रतो दृष्ट्वा युद्धाय समुपस्थितम्॥
Tato yuddhapariśrāntaṃ samare chintayā sthitam
rāvaṇaṃ jāgrato dṛṣṭvā yuddhāya samupasthitam
And then looking at Lord Rama, who was exhausted in the battle field standing with deep thought to fight against Ravana.
Lord Rama had a great battle with intelligent demon Ravana. Getting exhausted and not still able to kill ravana is the cause of worry of Lord Rama. He was into deep thought and Rishi Agastya observed Him.
Rishi Agastya came to help with Glory of Aditya Hrudayam Stotram
२. दैवतैश्च समागम्य द्रष्टुमभ्यागतो रणम्।
उपागम्याब्रवीद्राममगस्त्यो भगवान् ऋषिः॥
Daivataiśca samāgamya draṣṭumabhyāgato raṇam
upāgamyābravīdrāmamagastyo bhagavān ṛṣiḥ
Accompanied by all the Gods who has come to see the war, Rishi Agastya approached Rama and said as follows
All the Gods, Goddesses and sages come along to see the war and end of Ravana. Ravana has caused harm to Gods and sages. Thus they were standing in the sky and watching. When the war was going on like never ending war, Lord Rama was thinking the solution. Rishi Agastya who was with other Gods came to Lord Rama and said
३. राम राम महाबाहो शृणु गुह्यं सनातनम्।
येन सर्वानरीन् वत्स समरे विजयिष्यसि॥
Rāma rāma mahābāho śṛṇu guhyaṃ sanātanam
yena sarvānarīn vatsa samare vijayiṣyasi
Oh powerful Rama listen to this eternal secret by which you will be able to destroy the enemy and get victory.
Oh my dear powerful Rama there is a solution for your worry. Listen to a perennial secret. How you would be victorious in this war. Rishi agastya was a revered Vedic sage of Hinduism. He saved humanity and helped Gods many times. He in himself is the God. All the mantras, stotras and wisdom are known to Rishi Agastya. Lord Rama is very dear to Rishi Agastya, so he came forward to tell the solution of ending the war.
Rishi gave solution – Chant Aditya Hridaya Stotra
४. आदित्यहृदयं पुण्यं सर्वशत्रुविनाशनम्।
जयावहं जपेन्नित्यम् अक्षय्यं परमं शिवम्॥
Adityahṛdayaṃ puṇyaṃ sarvaśatruvināśanam
jayāvahaṃ japennityam akṣayyaṃ paramaṃ śivam
Chanting this auspicious hymn Aditya Hrudayam will destroy all enemies and brings you victory and permanent happiness.
Rishi Agastya here introduces the Aditya Hrudayam Stotram saying that this holy stotra which is the heart of the essence of Sun is the solution of your worry. Chanting the stotra will destroy all the your enemies, makes you victorious and everlasting glory.
Chant and be prosperous
५. सर्वमङ्गलमाङ्गल्यं सर्वपापप्रणाशनम्।
This stotram will bring prosperity and auspiciousness. This is the resolver of all sins, worry and tensions. And eventually provides longevity.
Here Bhagwan Agastya glorifies the supreme prayer of Sun God. He said reciting this stotra will always give happiness, destroy all sins, worries, anxiety, promote health and eventually increase the longevity.
Praising God Sun
६. रश्मिमंतं समुद्यन्तं देवासुरनमस्कृतम्।
पूजयस्व विवस्वन्तं भास्करं भुवनेश्वरम्॥
Raśmimaṃtaṃ samudyantaṃ devāsuranamaskṛtam
pūjayasva vivasvantaṃ bhāskaraṃ bhuvaneśvaram
Worship the one who is bright, rises up in the sky and worshipped by all the Gods & Asura. Worship the illuminating one who is the lord of all worlds.
One who is the full of bright rays, who wakes up in the sky is the Sun God. He is the one who is worshipped not only by devas but also by asuras. Everyone in the universe pray to him because he is the ruler of all worlds and lord of the universe.
७. सर्वदेवात्मको ह्येष तेजस्वी रश्मिभावनः।
एष देवासुरगणाँल्लोकान् पाति गभस्तिभिः॥
Sarvadevātmako hyeṣa tejasvī raśmibhāvanaḥ
eṣa devāsuragaṇām̐llokān pāti gabhastibhiḥ
He has within him all the devas. He is luminous & bright, sustains all with His rays. Aditya nourishes and energizes the inhabitants of all the worlds.
He is the soul of all gods, all Gods are within Him. He is the brightest among the bright and sustains all worlds of Devas, Asuras human and all creatures of all the worlds. Sun is the said to be the essence of the world because if there is no sun there would be no life. He is the base of life. His rays are the life sustainer.
God of Gods
८. एष ब्रह्मा च विष्णुश्च शिवः स्कन्दः प्रजापतिः।
महेन्द्रो धनदः कालो यमः सोमो ह्यपां पतिः॥
Eṣa brahmā ca viṣṇuśca śivaḥ skandaḥ prajāpatiḥ
mahendro dhanadaḥ kālo yamaḥ somo hyapāṃ patiḥ
He is pervading in all, Brahma (the creator), Vishnu (the Sustainer), Shiva (the destroyer), Skanda (the son of Siva), Prajapati (progenitor of human race), the mighty Indra (lord of senses), Kubera (the God of prosperity), Kala (eternal time), Yama (the Lord of death), Soma (the moon god that nourishes), and Varuna (God of rain).
From trinity to the lokpal, Aditya represents all. As we know Trinity are the Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh and they create, preserve and destroy the universe. But Aditya represents all because he contains the aura of all the Gods.
९. पितरो वसवः साध्या ह्यश्विनौ मरुतो मनुः।
वायुर्वह्निः प्रजाप्राण ऋतुकर्ता प्रभाकरः॥
Pitaro vasavaḥ sādhyā hyaśvinau maruto manuḥ
vāyurvahniḥ prajāprāṇa ṛtukartā prabhākaraḥ
He is the ancestor of all: vasus, sadhyas, ashwini kumar, maruts, manu, vayu, agni, prana, the maker of seasons, giver of light.
Aditya is the ancestor of all. Vasus (they are eight in number: Anala, Anila, Soma, Ahas, Dhara, Dhruva, Pratyoosha and Prabhasa), sadhya, Ashwini Kumar (the physician of Gods), Marut (Storm Gods), Vayu (Wind God), Agni (Fire God), PrajaPrana (the life force of all beings), ritu karta or ṛtukartā (the creator of seasons) and the giver of light.
Other Names of Aditya
१०. आदित्यः सविता सूर्यः खगः पूषा गभस्तिमान्।
सुवर्णसदृशो भानुर्हिरण्यरेता दिवाकरः॥
ādityaḥ savitā sūryaḥ khagaḥ pūṣā gabhastimān
suvarṇasadṛśo bhānurhiraṇyaretā divākaraḥ
He is Aditya (the son of devi aditi), Savita (the ruler), Surya (the energy provider, the encourager), Khaga (travels in the sky), Poosha (who nurtures all), gabhistimaan (one with the bright rays), Suvarnasadrisha (looks like gold), Bhanu (pervaded in all), Swarnareta (radiant round shaped like golden egg) and Diwakara (one who is reason for day).
He is the son of Aditi (Aditi is the mother of Gods) and hence called Aditya. As he is the brightest one, so with his with supreme light he rules the world. Travelling in the sky and possessing bright rays he nurtures the world. Golden colored, always shining, he is the creator, nurturer and ruler. The day starts with him and eventually ends too. He is like a Golden egg or womb which signifies the womb of universe, which is the source of creation and manifestation.
Aditya on Chariot
११. हरिदश्वः सहस्रार्चिः सप्तसप्तिर्मरीचिमान्।
तिमिरोन्मथनः शम्भुस्त्वष्टा मार्तण्ड अंशुमान्॥
Haridaśvaḥ sahasrārciḥ saptasaptirmarīcimān
timironmathanaḥ śambhustvaṣṭā mārtāṇḍa aṃśumān
He has green horses and thousands of rays. Having seven horses, dispeller of darkness removes sufferings and gives a pleasant life. He pervades all with immeasurable amount of rays.
Aditya’s chariot has seven green horses (where green is a symbol of intelligence and seven means seven lokas). He has infinite rays radiating the light and warmth, dispelling the darkness, suffering, sorrow and ignorance. And providing the contented and happy life he pervades all.
The Cosmic Egg
१२. हिरण्यगर्भः शिशिरस्तपनो भास्करो रविः।
अग्निगर्भोऽदितेः पुत्रः शङ्खः शिशिरनाशनः॥
Hiraṇyagarbhaḥ śiśirastapano bhāskaro raviḥ
agnigarbho’diteḥ putraḥ śaṅkhaḥ śiśiranāśanaḥ
He is cosmic egg, the source of everything. The one who cools down the heat and bestows heat also. He is the illuminator who is praised by everyone. He has fire within, the son of Aditi who becomes cool (when sets) and eliminates cold.
As we mentioned above about the golden womb, hiranyagarbha represents the same. The womb (garbha) has everything and has the power to create. He cools down world with rain and on the other hand bestows heat. He illuminates the world by his rays everyday as is the illuminator (source of light). Everyone praises him as he is the life giver and sustainer. He who has fire within himself is the son of Devi Aditi and Sage Kashyapa. When he sets he becomes cool. He is the destroyer of the cold.
१३. व्योमनाथस्तमोभेदी ऋग्यजुःसामपारगः।
घनवृष्टिरपां मित्रो विन्ध्यवीथीप्लवङ्गमः॥
ghanavṛṣṭirapāṃ mitro vindhyavīthīplavaṅgamaḥ
Aditya (Sun) is the lord of the space (sky), dispeller of darkness. He has mastery over Vedas; Rigveda, Yajurveda and Samaveda. Heavy rains caused by him as he is the friend of the water God (Varuna), He swiftly courses in the direction South of Vindhya-mountains and sports in the Brahma Nadi.
Aditya has mastery over all the vedas, he rules the sky and dispels the darkness and negativity. Because he has friendship with the water God (Apam mitra: Varuna), he is able to cause heavy rains. In ancient times Vindhya is known as the southern mountains and aditya courses in the direction towards Vindhya mountains. They are one of the oldest mountains.
१४. आतपी मण्डली मृत्युः पिङ्गलः सर्वतापनः।
कविर्विश्वो महातेजाः रक्तः सर्वभवोद्भवः॥
Atapī maṇḍalī mṛtyuḥ piṅgalaḥ sarvatāpanaḥ
kavirviśvo mahātejāḥ raktaḥ sarvabhavodbhavaḥ
He is in the spherical shape produces lot of heat feels like the death. Yellow Golden in color he gives heat to all things. He is the poet pervades in whole universe with great radiance and red in color sustaining all the activities and existence.
The verse describes more qualities and form of aditya. It says Aditya is circular in shape, red and yellow colored with the immense heat within Him. He produces more and more heat and sustains the world with his heat. Life is based on the heat. When we die our bodies become cold, no heat. This the Aditya is one who is residing in all of us and entire universe to make us alive. On the other side he is the death (mrityu). His heat is too much that it can destroy, hence here He is stated as Death. He is highly radiant, shining and dear to all.
१५. नक्षत्रग्रहताराणामधिपो विश्वभावनः।
तेजसामपि तेजस्वी द्वादशात्मन् नमोऽस्तु ते॥
tejasāmapi tejasvī dvādaśātman namostute
He is the Lord of constellations (Nakshatra), planets (Graha) and stars (Tara). As well as the origin of everything in the universe. Salutations to Aditya who is the energetic than the energy and appears in twelve forms.
He is the Lord of universe because he is the originator of each and everything. He gives energy to everyone. All the nakshatras, planets and stars are ruled by him. Also we know he is the center of planetary system, he holds the system and maintains them moving rightly. We salute to the Sun God who manifest in twelve forms as the 12 months. His twelve forms are the 12 adityas which are also considered as Vedic Gods. They are Indra, Dhata, Bhaga, Pooshana, Mitra, Aryama, Archi, Vivaswan, Twastru, Savitha, Varuna and Vishnu (in shape of twelve months of the year).
Aditya – one who is the lord of the day
१६. नमः पूर्वाय गिरये पश्चिमायाद्रये नमः।
ज्योतिर्गणानां पतये दिनाधिपतये नमः॥
Namaḥ pūrvāya giraye paścimāyādraye namaḥ
jyotirgaṇānāṃ pataye dinādhipataye namaḥ
Salutations to the Lord who rises from the mounts of east and sets on mounts of west, Salutations to the Lord of the stellar bodies and to the Lord of daylight.
Rishi Agastya says to Rama “Salute to the God who rises from the east and sets on west mountains”. Further continuing Agastya Ji said that Aditya is the Lord of luminaries (Jyotirganaanaam pataye) and the ruler of day (Dinadhipataye). And we salute Him, the Surya Dev. As the sun rises and sets there is the tradition of prathah Vandana (Praising the Lord in morning time) and sandhya vandana (Praising the Lord at evening when he goes to west).
१७. जयाय जयभद्राय हर्यश्वाय नमो नमः।
नमो नमः सहस्रांशो आदित्याय नमो नमः॥
Jayāya jayabhadrāya haryaśvāya namo namaḥ
namo namaḥ sahasrāṃśo ādityāya namo namaḥ
Hail to Aditya who is the bestower of victory and auspiciousness. Salutations to the lord whose chariot is carried by green horses. Again and again salutations to the one having thousand rays and who is the son of aditi.
In this verse Rishi says that Aditya ensures the victory in the war and overall auspiciousness. Here he is indicating Rama that praise the Lord Sun to win the battle. Further Rishi Agastya tells how powerful and strong his aura is. He has thousand of rays and he is sitting on the charot of green horses.
Salutations to Aditya
१८. नम उग्राय वीराय सारङ्गाय नमो नमः।
नमः पद्मप्रबोधाय मार्तण्डाय नमो नमः॥
Nama ugrāya vīrāya sāraṅgāya namo namaḥ
namaḥ padmaprabodhāya mārtāṇḍāya namo namaḥ
Salutations to who is fierce and powerful one, to one who travels fast. Salutations to the one who blossoms the lotus and salutations to the Martand (born from the lifeless egg).
We salute to the Solar Deity who is praised in each and every culture as he is powerful and fierce to the enemies. He gives victory over enemies and therefore Rishi Agastya is telling the significance of Aditya Hridaya Stotra to Lord Rama. Lord Sun is the one who blooms the lotus by his presence. Lord Aditya is also named as Martand. ‘Maar’ means the dead, lifeless and ‘and’ means the egg. A temple in Anantnag, Jammu and Kashmir is dedicated to Lord Martand.
१९. ब्रह्मेशानाच्युतेशाय सूर्यायादित्यवर्चसे।
भास्वते सर्वभक्षाय रौद्राय वपुषे नमः॥
bhāsvate sarvabhakṣāya raudrāya vapuṣe namaḥ
Salutation to Him who is the Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh, one who is graceful and splendorous. The one who shines and consumes all, who is fierce like Rudra at the end of the creation is the Aditya and we salute Him.
Surya Dev is the Gods of God. In fact He has aura of all the Gods. Thus he is the most graceful, illuminating and shining. His aura is spreaded everywhere. Simultaneously He is as fierce as Rudra and consumes all at the end. All is created from him and eventually rest in Him.
Dispeller of darkness and enemies
२०. तमोघ्नाय हिमघ्नाय शत्रुघ्नायामितात्मने।
कृतघ्नघ्नाय देवाय ज्योतिषां पतये नमः॥
Tamoghnāya himaghnāya śatrughnāyāmitātmane
kṛtaghnaghnāya devāya jyotiṣāṃ pataye namaḥ
Aditya is the dispeller of the darkness (ignorance), cold, enemies. His extent is immeasurable (infinite atman). Salutations to the annihilator of the ungrateful and to the Lord of all the stellar bodies.
Ignorance is the cause of all problems and Surya (Sun) is the wisdom. Hence when the inner Sun rises we come out of inner darkness. Similarly when sun rises in morning, it takes away all the darkness. He is the remover of enemies. The shadripu (inner 6 enemies) are the most harmful one and eventually aditya removes them too along with outside. Being ungrateful is somewhere the sign of Ego. And as aditya is the God of pragya, he brings the false ego down and makes things clearer.
२१. तप्तचामीकराभाय वह्नये विश्वकर्मणे।
नमस्तमोऽभिनिघ्नाय रुचये लोकसाक्षिणे॥
Taptacāmīkarābhāya vahnaye viśvakarmaṇe
namastamo’bhinighnāya rucaye lokasākṣiṇe
Who has molten gold like color and shining, who is sustaining the activities of world. Salutation to who subdues darkness, adorable and witness to all.
Surya, Aditya has color of molten gold. So He shines like the gold. All the activities of world are sustained by Him only. He is the essence. Rishi Agastya pays Salutations to Vishvakarma who is the architect of the universe because he is the cause of all activities and creation in the world. Truly he destroys the ignorance and lights up the path therefore he is dear to all. He is the one who is the witness of the world. Hence is the one who knows everything.
Creator & Destroyer
२२. नाशयत्येष वै भूतं तदेव सृजति प्रभुः।
पायत्येष तपत्येष वर्षत्येष गभस्तिभिः॥
Nāśayatyeṣa vai bhūtaṃ tadeva sṛjati prabhuḥ
pāyatyeṣa tapatyeṣa varṣatyeṣa gabhastibhiḥ
Salutation to the Lord Aditya who destroys all beings and also create them. Also he produces the rain.
He is the one who is capable of destroying all the bhutas (all that exists) and then himself creates again. He heats up the water, drink it and then produces it in the form of rain via evaporation.
२३. एष सुप्तेषु जागर्ति भूतेषु परिनिष्ठितः।
एष एवाग्निहोत्रं च फलं चैवाग्निहोत्रिणाम्॥
Eṣa supteṣu jāgarti bhūteṣu pariniṣṭhitaḥ
eṣa evāgnihotraṃ ca phalaṃ caivāgnihotriṇām
He remains awake even in sleep of all beings as he resides in each and every being. He is only the sacrifice (agnihotra) and fruit of the sacrifice (agnihotra).
Aditya is the soul of all who is always awake within all beings. In fact in all cases, be it awake state, sleep state or dream state aditya is the witness to all. All the sacrifices, Yajna are Him. Moreover the fruits of yajna or agnihotra are Him only. There is nothing except Him. On the whole, He is all and all is Him.
The all pervasive
२४. वेदाश्च क्रतवश्चैव क्रतूनां फलमेव च।
यानि कृत्यानि लोकेषु सर्व एष रविः प्रभुः॥
Vedāśca kratavaścaiva kratūnāṃ phalameva ca
yāni kṛtyāni lokeṣu sarva eṣa raviḥ prabhuḥ
Behind the all Vedas, Yajnas and fruits of all yajnas, results of all actions of the world is Aditya only, he is the omnipresent.
He is the vedic sacrifice and the fruit of it. Whatever actions are happening in the world, he is behind everything. He is all pervasive.
The Saviour – Remover of hardships, fear and difficulties
२५. एनमापत्सु कृच्छ्रेषु कान्तारेषु भयेषु च।
कीर्तयन् पुरुषः कश्चिन्नावसीदति राघव॥
Enamāpatsu kṛcchreṣu kāntāreṣu bhayeṣu ca
kīrtayan puruṣaḥ kaścinnāvasīdati rāghava
O Raghav, chanting this prayer in difficult situations, hardships, lost in wilderness and in fear will overcome grief and bestow blessings.
In case of problems (physical, mental and spiritual), difficult timings, and when fear caught us and we feel lost, the aditya hrudayam stotram is the light and saviour. Praising Aditya and singing his glory will ward off all the difficulties. And also reset us to confident and strong self.
Solution – How to get victory?
२६. पूजयस्वैनमेकाग्रो देवदेवं जगत्पतिम्।
एतत् त्रिगुणितं जप्त्वा युद्धेषु विजयिष्यसि॥
Pūjayasvainamekāgro devadevaṃ jagatpatim
etat triguṇitaṃ japtvā yuddheṣu vijayiṣyasi
Worship Aditya with concentration, who is the God of Gods, Lord of universe. By chanting the Aditya Hridaya Stotra three times you will be victorious in war.
Here Rishi Agastya saying to Rama that chanting Aditya Hrudayam Stotram for three times will surely give you victory in the battle. So chant it with focussed devotion as Aditya is the God of all Gods and Lord of all worlds.
Rishi Agastya taught Aditya Hrudayam Stotram & left
२७. अस्मिन् क्षणे महाबाहो रावणं त्वं वधिष्यसि।
एवमुक्त्वा तदागस्त्यो जगाम च यथागतम्॥
Asmin kṣaṇe mahābāho rāvaṇaṃ tvaṃ vadhiṣyasi
evamuktvā tadāgastyo jagāma ca yathāgatam
O mighty armed (Rama) you will slay Ravana within a moment. And thus saying Rishi Agastya went back to the place he came.
Maharishi Agastya had come to solve the Rama’s problem. And He has given the solution to the problem “How he can win over Ravana demon by killing him”. For this reason He said to Rama that by chanting Aditya Hrudayam Stotra three times with concentration he would be able to kill Ravana within a moment. Bhagwan Agastya had come to Raghav to teach holy hymn of Sun God. After that he left the battlefield and went to his place in between the Gods.
With the grace of all the Gods Rishi Agastya encourages Rama with his meditation power and the stotra.
The Happy Rama
२८. एतच्छ्रुत्वा महातेजा नष्टशोकोऽभवत्तदा।
धारयामास सुप्रीतो राघवः प्रयतात्मवान्॥
Etacchrutvā mahātejā naṣṭaśoko’bhavattadā
dhārayāmāsa suprīto rāghavaḥ prayatātmavān
After hearing the teachings of Sage Agastya the powerful Rama become free from the worries. He became happy and rejuvenated.
All the clouds of despair thus shredded by hearing the solution and Lord Rama has returned to the happy and delighted state. The lustrous Lord Rama obeyed the saying of sage Agastya with great happiness. And with concentration he retained the stotra in his memory.
Shree Rama chanted Aditya Hridaya Stotra
२९. आदित्यं प्रेक्ष्य जप्त्वा तु परं हर्षमवाप्तवान्।
त्रिराचम्य शुचिर्भूत्वा धनुरादाय वीर्यवान्॥
Adityaṃ prekṣya japtvā tu paraṃ harṣamavāptavān
trirācamya śucirbhūtvā dhanurādāya vīryavān
Rama gazed at Sun God, after reciting the Aditya Hrudayam Stotra with aachaman (sipping water) thrice he lifted his bow.
Filled with the faith, Rama chanted the stotra as guided by Sage Agastya. After getting the blessing of Sun God he lifted his bow with confidence.
३०. रावणं प्रेक्ष्य हृष्टात्मा युद्धाय समुपागमत्।
सर्वयत्नेन महता वधे तस्य धृतोऽभवत्॥
30. Rāvaṇaṃ prekṣya hṛṣṭātmā yuddhāya samupāgamat
sarvayatnena mahatā vadhe tasya dhṛto’bhavat
Gladly Rama see the Ravana coming for the war. With all his collected efforts he is determined to kill Demon Ravan.
Finally after reciting the stotra Rama got faith that now it is the end of ravana. And hence with the happiness in his heart he saw Ravana coming to fight. So Rama put all his efforts with determination and intention to kill Ravana.
Time has come!
३१. अथ रविरवदन्निरीक्ष्य रामं मुदितमनाः परमं प्रहृष्यमाणः।
निशिचरपतिसंक्षयं विदित्वा सुरगणमध्यगतो वचस्त्वरेति॥
Atha raviravadannirīkṣya rāmaṃ muditamanāḥ paramaṃ prahṛṣyamāṇaḥ
niśicarapatisaṃkṣayaṃ viditvā suragaṇamadhyagato vacastvareti
Then Ravi (Aditya) surrounded with all Gods, looking at the Rama with delighted mind, knows that the time has come for ravana’s end said “Hurry Up – Make Haste!”
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