Ram kaha anujahi samuchhayi/ Raj dehu Sugreevahi jaayi//
Raghupathy charan nayi kari maadha/ Chale sakal prerit Raghunaadha//
Then Lord SreeRam asked his younger brother Laxman to coronate Sugreev as the King. Following the Lord’s exhortation, everyone paid obeisance to Him and left the place.
Lacchiman turat bolaye purjan bipra samaj/
Raju deenh Sugreev kah Angad kah jubraj//
Laxmanji immediately convened a meeting of all citizens and the Brahmins. He coronated Sugreev as the King, and made Angad the crown prince (yuvraj).
Uma Ram sam hit jag maahim/ Guru pitu matu bandhu prabhu naahim//
Sur nar muni sab kai yeh reethy/ Swardh laagi karhi sab preethy//
Hey Uma! ( Says Lord Shiv) In the world, there is no one like SreeRam who always does good to everyone- no Guru, father, mother, relative or mentor will be as well wishing as Him. Whether it is Gods, Humans or Sages, typically everyone is selfishly motivated and acts pleasingly from his or her self-interest.
Baali thraas byakul din raathy/Tan bahu bran chintham jar chaathy//
Soyi Sugreev keenh kapiravu/ Athi kripal Raghubeer subhavu//
Sugreev, who used to be terribly afraid of Bali both night and day, whose body was full of grievous wounds, whose chest would burn due to anxiety always, The Lord made that very Sugreev the King of the Monkeys! SreeRamji is extremely compassionate in nature.
Jaanathu as Prabhu pariharahaim/Kahe na bipati jaal nar parahim//
Puni Sugreevahi leenh bolayi/Bahu prakaar nripneethi sikhayi//
Those who do not seek the protection of such a Lord (those who let go of such a Lord), it is but obvious that they will get trapped in the illusionary traps of this mortal world. Lord Ram called Sugreev to his side and taught him the various wise principles of Ruling (Art of ruling).
Kah Prabhu sunu Sugreev hareesa/ Pur na jaavu das chaari bareesa//
Gat greesham barsha ritu aayi/ Rahihavu nikat sail par chhaayi//
Then the Lord said-Hey King of the monkeys, Sugreev! I shall not be returning to my home for the next fourteen years. The summer has passed and the rains have begun. I shall reside in the mountain nearby.
Angad sahit karahu tumh raaju/ Santat hridayam dharehu mam kaaju//
Jab Sugreev bhavan phiri aaye/Ramu Prabhashan giri par chhaye//
You rule the kingdom along with Angad. Keep my work in your heart at all time. When Sugreevji returned to his abode, the Lord went to the mountain called Prabharshan and took up residence there.
Pradhamahim devanah giri guha rakhevu ruchir banaayi/
Ram kripanidhi kacchu din bas karahinge aayi//
The Gods had already made a cave in that mountain beautifully suitable for the Lord’s rest. They had known that SreeRamji would be staying for a few days therein.