Ravana Joins the Battle

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To kill Rama and Laxmana, Ravana sent Prahasta, his most powereful soldier to the battlefield. Unfortunately, he too was killed. Losing all his men one by one, Ravana decided to go to the battle field himself.

As he arrived with his collection of special weapons, arrows were coming from all directions. Resplendent in his chariot, Ravana positioned himself and started to strike back. Within minutes, he killed hundreds of monkeys. Ravana and RamaSeeing this, both Rama and Laxmana started firing their weapons at Ravana and gradually weakened him.

The rakshasa king was wounded and his golden crown and his chariot had broken. Without a weapon, Ravana stood helpless on the battlefield. Rama walked up to him and said, "It is not right to fight a soldier when he is unarmed. I shall spare you. Go back and come fully armed tomorrow." Ravana lowered his face in shame and went back to his palace.


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