||Sundarakanda ||

|| Sarga 60|| (Summary in English)


(PS: This is a true translation of the Sanskrit epic which tends to have long descriptive sentences which are retained as they are)||om tat sat||

||om tat sat||

Sarga 60

Hearing those words of Hanuman , the son of Vali spoke as follows.

" Oh Vanaras ! Going near the great soul Raghava is not proper without the divine lady who has been seen. To inform that divine lady is seen but not brought is not proper for you all known for your valor. There are none in the Suras or Daityas who are a match to the noble Vanaras in flying or in a battle. Hence having killed the Rakshasa heroes what other action is left. Let us get Sita".

The noble Vanara Jambavan knower of ways of execution of tasks, having made up his mind very pleased spoke meaningful words.

" Oh Prince ! The way you thought of is not acceptable to my mind. Though we are capable we should follow the thinking of Rama and you should see that the task is accomplished".

Thus ends the Sixtieth Sarga of Sundarakanda in Ramayana the first poem ever composed in Sanskrit by the first poet sage Valmiki

||om tat sat||