As kahi chala maha abhimani/ Trin saman Sugreevahi jani//
Bhire ubhau Bali ati tarja/ Mudika maari mahadhuni garja//
Saying thus, the proud Bali went away to the battle field, considering Sugreev as a mere speck of dust.
Bali hit Sugreev with his fist and easily defeating him, let out a ferocious growl.
Tab Sugreev bikal koyi bhaaga/Mushti Praha are bajra sam laaga//
Mai jo kaha Raghubeer kripala/Bandhu na hoyi mor yeh Kala//
Sugreev was petrified and ran away. The hit by Bali he felt was like Indira’s Vajra!
Reaching SreeRamji, he said- Lord, I had told you that Bali was not a brother but the God of Death/ Kala.
Ekroop tumh bratha dovu/ Tehi bhram tem nahi marevu sovu//
Kar parsa Sugreev sareera/Tanu bha kulis gayi sab peera//
Lord Ram said- Both of You brothers look alike. I could not recognise who was who, and hence I could not kill Bali.
Sree Ramji gently touched Sugreev’s bleeding body, and his body felt as strong as Vajra ayudha. The pain started ebbing away.
Meli kanda suman kai maala/ Padva puni bal deyi bisaala//
Puni naana bidhi bhayi laraayi/Bitap aut dekhahim Ragurai//
Then SreeRamji put a garland of flowers around Sugreev’s neck and sent him to battle, blessing him with enormous strength.
Both brothers fought again in multiple ways. The Lord watched from behind a tree.
Bahu chal bal Sugreev kar hiyam haara bhay maani/
Maara Bali Ram tab hriday maach sar taani//
Sugreev tried many tricks and manoeuvres, but finally he lost his courage
Then SreeRamji Sen to his arrow forth which pierced the heart of Bali.