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RAMAYANA KAKAWIN VOLUME 3 SOEWITO SANTOSO Issued under the auspices of the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore and the International Academy of Tndian Culture, New Delhi 577 XXII 58. San Nularsabha Gandhamadana Dhanurdhara Gawa Gawaya, ‘Tara Kréndana Indrajanu kalawan Satabali Winata, mnwaa san Dhtimra Gawaksa Bhimamuka Mainda Sarabha Wrésabha, san Sampati Darlmukadi nikanah prawagabala maso. Nila, Arsabha, Gandhamadana, Dhanurdhara, Gawa, Gawaya, Tara, Krendana, Indrajanu, Satabali, Winata, Dhimra, Gawaksa, Bhimamukha, Mainda, Sarabha, Wrésabha, Sampati, Darimuka were the commanders of the attacking monkey-army. 59. Sankép kapwa manunda parwwata wanth mamawa watu magon, {ita A wanara miéra masran anikél kayu-kayu kumupak, kapwa td umasd mantémbuli paréh sarabhasa mamalu, manduk len manibé gunui kaparupuh watu malatu-latu. a. ODE parbwata, mamaw’. ‘They were well-equipped with stones and mountains, followed by the ordinary monkey-soldiers who were armed with branches of trees. ‘They attacked simultaneously, beating and stabbing wildly or throwing stones and mountains which fell apart, emitting fire-sparks. 60, Tar pawyat sira sai dinuk ginuruman sana-sini liniput, béntar parwwata lén sildtala asin téka ri sira remuk, bhasmibhtta léba nya bhisana mélek gaganatala petea, mengu’ rat kumétug hudan awn ségén nira pinarébutan, b. BODE parbwata. ‘The one they attacked with their weapons was not injured, the mountains and stones were smashed on impact and turned to dust which billowed up into the air looking very terrifying. The earth shook, and dust whirled up when he was covered all over by monkeys. 61. Ghora a bayu riwut-siwat-siwut awa n bala ya mawalikan, tan ton désa nikan ranahgana pétéh patigaga-gagapi, sakrodhoddhata Kumbhakarnna magalak kadi liman awér6, rambah tan kapipil ya kédékan akik saka pitu saka pit ‘Thunderstorm was ranging, dust was rising in billows, the monkey host were in confusion. ‘They could not see anything in the battlefield as it was pitch dark, Kumbhakarnya was furious, like rutting elephant, The monkeys were trampled down and trodden, yelling out of pain by sevens or fours.