26. Pûja-yasvainam ekâgro deva-devam jagat-patim
etat trigunitam japtva yuddheshu vijayi-shyasi
Worship this Lord of the universe (your Âtman), the Supreme of all the celestials, with a concentrated mind. Chanting this praise three times one will be victorious in combats.
27. Asmin kshane mahâbâho râvanam tvam vadhishyasi
eva muktvâ tadâgastyo jagâma cha yathâgatam
O! mighty-armed (Râma)! This very moment you will be able to slay Râvana. Saying so, the sage Agastya thereupon left in the same way as he had come.
28. Eta-cchrutvâ mahâ-teja nashta-s’oko ‘bhavat-tadhâ
dhârayamâsa suprito raghavah: prayat-âtmavan
Hearing this advice, S’rî Râm, who is endowed with extraordinary energy, and has a subdued mind, finds his grief immediately dispelled. Feeling greatly delighted he retains (this hymn) in his memory.
29. Âdityam prekshya japtva tu param harsham avâptavân
trirâ-chamya shuchir bhûtvâ dhanu-râdhâya vîryavân
Sipping water thrice (with the name of the Lord on his lips) and getting purified by looking intently on the orb of the sun (which represents the Âtman) and repeating this prayer, the valiant one (Râm) experiences supreme joy, seizing hold of his bow (gaining control over his mind).
30. Râvanam preshya hrishtâtmâ yuddhâya samupâgamat
sarva yahnena mahatâ vadhe tasya dhrito ‘bhavat
Fixing his eyes on Râvana, (S’rî Râm) who fells delighted in mind, advances onto the battle-field and stands, vowing to slay Râvana with an intense and all-sided effort.
31. Atha ravi ravadan nirikshya râmam
muditamanâh: paramam prahashymânah:
Nis’icharapati samkshayam vidhitvâ
Delighted in mind, seeing S’rî Râm feeling supremely exhilarated on perceiving the destruction of Râvana, the ruler of the night stalker, at hand, the sun-god (Âtman) standing (in person) in the midst of a host of devas, exclaims: ‘Make haste!'