Please take the Anguliya. I am Hanuman, the son of Vayu.
Who are you, oh great monkey ? Please give me the Anguliya without any delay.
Oh Sitadevi, I bow in front of your lotus
feet. All this is not illusion, Vaidehi…
Please be aware that I am the messenger
of Rama. I have got “Anguliya” with me
given by Lord Rama.
When Thrijada, the demoness, told thus, all the demonesses became frightened. Then, the son of Vayu, who was sitting atop the tree spoke thus.
Mandodari prevents Ravana from killing Sita
(Ragaalap in Thodi)
Where is my Chandrahasam?
Hey Sita, now I am going to cut you to pieces without any hesitation.
Do not talk to me like this. Go and talk to my lord who is the king of kings
Return me to Rama and fall at his feet. Or else, he will kill you.
Oh lady, your face is like a beautiful flower that decorates black hair which competes with darkness
Please do not think about the human being, Rama.
I am the lord of the three worlds, and please live with me.
I am enslaved at your feet
Thus Hanuman sat on the branches of the Shimshipa tree, overwhelmed with sorrow. At that time, when almost three fourth of the night was over, a debauched Ravana, dressed in all splendour, came near Sita and told her thus: