Ayodhya Kand – Doha 105
Sangamu sinhāsanu suthi sohā | Chhatru akhayabattu muni manu mohā ||
Chavanra jamun aru gang tarangā | dekhi hohin dukha dārida bhangā ||
संगमु सिंहासनु सुठि सोहा । छत्रु अखयबटु मुनि मनु मोहा ॥
चवँर जमुन अरु गंग तरंगा । देखि होहिं दुख दारिद भंगा ॥
The confluence of the Ganga and Yamuna constitutes his exquisite throne, while the immortal banyan tree (known by the name of Akshayvata) represents his royal umbrella, which captivates the heart even of sages. The waves of the Ganga and Yamuna constitute his chowries, whose very sight destroys sorrow and want.