Hanumaan with heart and eves overflowing and, when he had come to the end of his
"The deed done by Hanumaan none else in the world could even conceive of
attempting-crossing the sea, entering Lanka protected by Raavana and his formidable hosts
and accomplishing the task set him by his king not only fully but beyond the fondest hopes
And it saddened him to think that it was not in his power to reward Hanumaan at all
adequately for the supreme joy he had
brought. "O Hanumaan, let this embrace of mine stand as an acknowledgment of all that
my heart feels of gratitude for your great service to me."
So saying while his whole being thrilled with grateful love, he took Hanumaan into his
arms and clasped him to his breast.