RamavijaysL 69 has carried of! the little wealth T had ? Who has carried off the stick of a blind and lame woman 1If my father, Valmika, were here, he would go to his rescues but unfortunately he has gone to patal. Kusha has also gone to the forest, what shall I do now ? Who will get my son back." In the meantime, Kusha returned from the forest and asked his mother where his brother was, when she, with tears in her eyes, informed him of what had happened to Lahu. As soon as he was informed of the fate of his brother, he took up his bow and arrow and ran after Shatrughna and the other warriors. Kusha called out and said, " Who are you, thieves. Where are you going to take the stolen thing ?" So saying he let off arrows at the army of Shatrughna, when the latter turned round and loudly said, " Child, I shall immediately seize and carry you off with us/ So saying Shatrughna let off ten arrows at Kusha, which the latter cut off and broke the chariot and killed the four horses of the former ' with nine arrows ; and with three arrows his helmet and chap * were broken. Shatrughna fell on the.ground and combated with Kusha, when the latter let off two arrows and cut off his two hands ; and at the same time his head was cut off with another arrow. On the fall of Shatrugh- na his brother, Nagendranath, let off twenty arrows at the boy but the latter broke off the arrows with one arrow &nd cut off the head of Nagendranath with an arrow of the size of the half moon. Having done this, he continued the letting off arrows at the warriors, who could not overcome Kusha. The boy killed many billions of war- riors and all the kings who had submitted to Rama. Kusha then went and searched his brother, whom he found in the chariot of Shatrughna. He was insensible. Kusha brought him to senses and embraced him affectionately* Lahu said, "Let us now go home with the shamakarna." * Bow.