Sunahu Ram Swami san chal na chaturi mori/
Prabhu ajahu maim paapi anthkaal gati tori//
Bali said: Hey SriRamji! You will not be deceived by my worldly tricks ( explanations)! Tell me, inspite of being near You at the time of my demise, shall I remain sinful?
Sunat Ram ati komal baani/Baali sees parasevu nij paani//
Achal karaum tanu rakhavu praana/Baali kaha sunu Kripanidhaana//
Listening to the extremely pleasing words of Bali, the Lord touched the head of Baali gently.
He said, “I can spare your life, keep your body.” Baali said, Listen, Oh, Compassionate One!
Janam janam muni jatanu karahim/ Anth Ram kahi aavat nahim//
Jasu naam bal Sankar Kasi / Det samahi sam gati abhinasi//
Sages praise You in multiple ways in multiple lives. Yet many are not fortunate to utter thy name, ‘ Ram’ towards their end.
By the radiance of Whose name, in Kashi, Lord Shankara bestows moksha on everyone alike…
Mam lochan gochar soyi aava/ Bahuru ki Prabhu as banihi banaava//
That glorious SreeRamji himself is ( You, My Lord ) gracing me with his presence now! Would such a fortunate time occur ever again?
So nayan gochar jaasu gun nit neti kahi Shruti gavahim//
Jiti pavan mann go niras kari muni dhyan kabahuk pavahim//
Mohi jaani athi abhimaan bas Prabhu kahehu rakhu sareerahi/
As kavan sad hadi kaatu surataru bari karihi baboorahi//
The One whom Shrutis praise as ‘ Neti Neti’ ( Not this, neither that), The One , whom by meditation, saints who control all senses, over coming limitations of body and mind, even so rarely attain a glimpse of- that Lord himself stands by my side! Knowing my conceit, you allowed me to keep my body! Tell me, who can be such a fool who chooses to willingly to cut off the Kalpataru( eternal tree) and plant thorny babool trees in its place? ( Why would anyone demand the boon of keeping this mortal body before the Giver of Moksha?)