Gyan Ganga: What did Lord Shriram do when he saw Sagar not agreeing?
What did Sagar find himself a little deep, he forgot the depth of his heart. His vastness is not a little in this, that there is no end to his boundaries. But its greatness lies in the fact that it is greater than the generosity of the heart.
Ravana also had a strange attitude. Whenever someone tried to reason with him, he retaliated by kicking him. And look, he kicked out Shuk too. He had no idea what the consequences could be. When Shuk got kicked, he did not stop in front of Ravana even for a moment. And at the same time he abandoned the city of Lanka. He was so angry with Ravana that he did not even bow down to Ravana while leaving. Lord Shankar, while narrating the story to Mother Parvati, reveals the secret regarding Shuk, that Shuk was actually a sage. But due to the curse of Agastya Muni, he had become a demon. But with the blessings of Shriram ji, Shuk regained the Muni form, and returned to his ashram.
Here Shriram ji was humbly praying to Sagar, to give him and the entire monkey army a way to reach Lanka. But even after such great divine efforts of Shriram ji, Sagar did not give way, and three whole days passed. Now Shriram ji got angry. His voice became high and serious. There was redness on the face. Seeing such a form of Shriram ji, there were fierce roars of clouds. The Lord said that three years have passed while we were pleading in front of the ocean. But it is as if he has become deaf. He feels that we are engaged in futile efforts. As if our humility has no value. Great men have rightly said that there is no love even without fear.
‘Binay na manat water got stuck three days passed.
Said Ram Sakop, then there would be no love without fear.
Shriram ji said to Shrilakshman ji in an angry voice, that our bow should be presented. We now dry up the entire ocean with just one arrow. The reason is that our politeness in front of the ocean does not benefit in the same way as politeness to a fool, kindness to a crooked person and beautiful policy to a miser.
What did Sagar find himself a little deep, he forgot the depth of his heart. His vastness is not a little in this, that there is no end to his boundaries. But its greatness lies in the fact that it is greater than the generosity of the heart. But the foolish root has forgotten the virtues due to arrogance. Convincing him is just like telling the story of knowledge to a person trapped in affection, description of quietness to the extremely greedy, peace to the grumpy and God’s story to the lustful. The result of all these is the same as sowing seeds in the desert.
By saying this, Shriram ji increased the arrow on his bow, Agni converted the arrow. The result was that the temperature started increasing deep inside the ocean. All the aquatic creatures started getting worried. The heat of the fire arrow was so much that no one could save the ocean from drying up in a few moments to come. Sagar also had to defend his existence. Now he had no choice but to hold the feet of Shriram ji. And only then, without delay, Sagar appears before Shriram ji in the form of a Brahmin. Fear on his face, but with a plate full of gems in his hands, he begs Shri Ram to please calm down. He has made a big mistake out of ignorance. Shriram ji’s statement is firm. Surely Shriram is Lord. They will definitely cross the ocean after leaving me dry. But the opportunity of service that came in my hands will go away.
Describing this condition of the ocean, Kakabhushundiji says, O Garuda ji, listen! Adding it at some places is also not beneficial. For example, no matter how much irrigation the banana has been brought up. But it bears fruit only when it is cut from the tree. In the same way, the lowly does not come on the way with humility, to bring him on the way, it is necessary to scold-
‘Katehin Pai Kadri Farai Koti Jatan Keu Sinch.
Binay na maan khages sunu datehin pai nav neech.
As long as Sagar also felt that what harm could Shri Ram ji do to him, he remained inert. But when I saw that my whole world would be destroyed in my sight, then Sagar lay down at the feet of Shriram ji. Apologized in many ways. And when Shriram ji saw that Sagar was really heartbroken. So the Lord said, O ocean god! Surely we were also looking for a way according to your interest. You delayed it. But no problem, now you tell me the solution, so that we and the whole monkey army can reach Lanka on the other side. So Sagar tells a very beautiful solution to Shriram ji. What was that beautiful remedy, we will know in the next issue —-(respectively)— Jai Shri Ram.