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Sita finds rama.

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Sita finds rama.

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When the news of Rama's exile spread through Ayodhya, Sita who could not imagine a life without Rama went to him.She begged and pleaded until she grew so furious that she burst out, “Rama! Countless Ramayanas have been written before this, have you heard of even one where I do not accompany you to the forest?” And so, Sita went with Rama to the forest. (16th century Adhyatma Ramayana) www.kiskikahani.o...

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For many years Ravana prayed to Brahma. Finally, Brahma noticed Ravana’s penance and was so pleased that he offered him a boon.“Immortality!” demanded Ravana. “Well, that’s out of the question. But let me give you some of this divine nectar which you can store under your navel. You will live as long as it lasts. And let me give you back the ten heads you sacrificed for me as well as the knowledge of divine weapons and powers of magic,” replied Brahma. www.kiskikahani.o...

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As though with golden whips the flashes of lightning are whipping the sky... and the sky is letting out its inward rumbles as thunders, in all its throes... That lightning relying upon that blue cloud is squirmy in its movements... like the squirming of penitent Vaidehi in the grasp of Ravana...

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