Shurpnakha Goes to Ravana

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When Shurpnakha heard the news that Ravana had dropped the idea of taking revenge, she rushed to him. The sight of Shurpnakha with a bleeding nose and severed ears aroused Ravana's Shurpnakha and Ravanapity. Weeping bitterly, Shurpnakha told Ravana that Rama attacked her because she had wanted to gift Sita to Ravana to make his queen. Knowing Ravana's liking for beautiful women, she also described Sita's beauty thereby arousing his curiosity about her. Shurpnakha's words hurt Ravana's pride. To increase his anger, she said it did not suit Ravana to sit with folded arms, scared of an ordinary man like Rama. She urged him to take revenge for this dreadful act. Before taking leave, Shurpnakha also gave hints about abducting Sita from panchavati, but warned him about Laxmana , Rama's devoted brother, who always guarded Sita.

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