Bal Kand – Doha 26
Apatu ajāmilu gaju ganikāu | bhae mukut hari nām prabhāu ||
अपतु अजामिलु गजु गनिकाऊ । भए मुकुत हरि नाम प्रभाऊ ॥
The vile Ajamila and even the celebrated elephant and the harlot of the legend were liberated by the power of Sri Hari’s name.
Uttar Kand – Doha 129
Tāhi bhajahi man taji kutilāi | rām bhaje gati kehi nahi pāi ||
तहि भजहि मन तजि कुटिलाई । राम भजें गति केहिं नहिं पाई ॥
Forswearing perversity, my soul adore him whose great vow it is to sanctify the fallen, as is declared by seers and saints, the Vedas and Puranas: who has not secured redemption by worshiping Sri Rama?
Uttar Kand – Chhand 129
Pāi na kehin gati patit pāvan rām bhaji sunu satha manā | Ganikā ajāmil byādh geedh gajādi khala tare ghanā ||
पाई न केहिं गति पतित पावन राम भजि सुनु सठ मना । गनिका अजामिल ब्याध गीध गजादि खल तारे घना ॥
Listen, my stupid soul: who has not been saved by adoring Sri Rama, the purifier of the fallen? The harlot (Pingala), Ajamila, the hunter (Valmiki), the vulture (Jatayu), the elephant and many other wretches have been delivered by him.