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[A woman says to another] This morning I went to the door of the King of Avadha, Daśaratha, and he came out with Rāma in his lap. After seeing Rāma, Who is the destroyer of worldly passions, I almost lost my mind, and those who don’t should be shameful.
Rāma, Who entices the mind of Tulasīdāsa, had a beautiful mark of añjana (kājala or eyeliner) in His eyes and they appeared like the eyes of the baby Sukhañjana-bird. O Friend! His blue eyeballs in white eye looked like a pair of blooming lotuses in moonlight.
Rāma had anklets in feet, bracelets in His hands, and a beautiful jewel-studded necklace at chest. His charming blue body was wrapped in a beautiful silken yellow robe, and the king was very excited and enticed due to His charm.
The face of Rāma was like a lotus and the nectar of that lotus was drunk by my bumble-bee like eyes. If someone refuses to keep such a beautiful baby in mind, then O Tulasīdāsa! what is the use of such a life at all.
The body of Rāma was like a shining blue lotus and His eyes stole away the beauty of a red lotus. The soiled body of Ram (after playing) was very beautiful and defeated the beauty of immensely decorated cupid by a great order.
His teeth shone like lightening-bolts, and He played and chirped like any young baby plays. The four sons of Daśaratha, viz., Rāma, Lakṣmaṇa, Bharata and Śatrughna, always roam inside the temple like heart of Tulasīdāsa.
Translator: Animesh Kumar
Submitter: Animesh Kumar
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