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Valmiki Ramayanam Online Edition

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Ram with mother

All the mothers rushed to see the God like the cows rushing to feed their calves with udders overflowing with milk. Shri Ram spoke to them lovingly. The dark night of separation was over and everyone cheered in teh light of divine presence of Shri Ram!

Raj tilak

Before the cornonation of Shri Ram, sage Vasishtha made an auspicious mark on his forehead. All the Brahmins followed Vasishtha. All the three mothers also worshipped their beloved son and donated gifts & presents to the Brahmins. As Ram, the Lord of the three world took seat on the throne of Ayodhya, the reverbrations of drums played by the gods filled the atmosphere with the thrill.


Lord Shankar Said, "O Shri Ram! O Lord of the Riches! O Destroyer of the agonies of the universe! Be victorious. Kindly protect your devotee from the agony of the world! You are the King of Ayodhya, the god of Gods, the Beloved of Seeta! I have come to request you to protect all the people."

Ram and Others

Everyone is dear to me. But you are dearer than anyone. I never tell untruth. This is my mature. A servant is always dear. But that is common. For me, a devotee is more lovable. Friends! Now please take leave and reach your homes! Worship me devotedly and regularly. Consider me as all-pervading and love me as your saviour!


On that beautiful mountain styas a bird called "Kak-Bhushundi". It is immortal. The evils of passion, temptation, discrimination created by illusion pervading the entire universe, never appear on that mountain. please listen from me, O Parvati! The story of Kak-Bhushundi's utmost devotion towards God.

Ram talked with the brahmins

"Ayodhya has witnessed extremely powerful kings like Raghu, Dilip and Sagar etc. During their reigning period, the sons never used to die before their fathers. Ram overheard this through intuition. He took the form of Hanuman beings and thought: How did his son die? He was very gloomy on seeing the sorrow on the Brahmin's face.

Ram and Seeta

Ram resolved: "Let me leave Seeta in the forest itself and fulfill the religious convictions and traditions." Quickly coming to Seeta with warmth and respect, he told her; " O sacred Seeta! Please leave behind you, your wordly shadow and go to your original place." Seeta touched the feet of Ram and disappeared in the sky, unnoticed by anyone around.

Seeta in van

"Don't worry, O daughter! You will meet Lakshman, who helps the helpless." Then Valmiki brought Seeta in his parnakuti with utmost respect and knew the details from her. He consloed Seeta in many ways and requested her to be patient. Then Seeta took bath in the river Ganga and remembered Shri Ram. Sage Valmiki blessed her and offered her fruits.

Shatrughna killed Lavanasur

Once again the enemy of gods viz. Lavanasur rose and screamed in anger with weapon in his hand. Everyone greeted Shatrughna with love and respect. Seeing everyone in dejected mood, Shtrughna drew back the arrows given by Shri Ram. Then remembering Ram's feet, he discharged two arrows, which disturbed the demon and dismembered his limbs. Ultimately the devil fell on the earth.

Lav and Kush

"O swan-like children of the safe! Please give up anger and relieve the horse. Shri Ram will feel very fortunate on seeing you.' The children said:
"O King! What is your name? what sort of a citizen you are, roaming with soldiers in the forest? which place you belong to and why have you come here? why have you tied this letter on his head?"

Lav and Kush and Seeta

They went towards Ashram with fine weapons, costumes, ornaments, bears and the horse. They were accompanied by Hanuman.
Both the sons bowed down before Seeta and touched her feet. They presented her with lovely ornaments, Seeta became unconscious and fell down on the earth. At the same moment sage Valmiki arrived from the forest. Seeta requested Lav & Kush to reliver Hanuman and Jambavant immediately. She also told them, "O Dear Sons! By defeating a sin and have made me a widow, Now forget the sorrow and bring sandalwood so that I can end my life by following my husband by buring myself in the pyre.
Sage Valmiki gently persuaded Seeta and took the boys Lav & Kush to the battlefield. He saw the adventures of children and smiled in delight. He recongnised the chariot and horses of Ram and approched him. Valmiki said, "Wake up, O Ram! Look at your innocent sons!" 


"O Brother! believe me and take an oath before Seeta. "Lakshman went to Seeta and bowed before her and also tried to persuade Lav-Kush, in various ways.
Seeta was convinced and she addressed Mother Earth like this. "If I have worhsipped Ram alone in thoughts, words and deeds throughout my life without even thinking about any other man even for a moment, then O mother Earth! Please gieve me shelter in your laps." Having heard this, the earth split into parts and Lord Shesh appeared with thousand underground. I am unable todescribe such a rare sight!


Countless chariots were flying in the sky. Their shadows on earth looked like the multitudes of licusts. People of Ayodhya were delighted at the divine sight of Lord Shri Ram. God took his plane and went to the Holy Abode. Even Indra, the God of gods, was stunned at this magnificent sight. There was heavy rain of flowers from the sky as  Brahmins were chanting the Mantras for Vedas.

Having just returned from the fourteen years exile, Sitaji was sent on yet another exile by the people of Ayodhaya. Malicious rumor and cruel gossip separated the loving pair. At least in the first exile Sitaji had the company of her husband and brother-in-law to protect her and comfort her. In this second exile, she was all alone. The pain and hurt of a pregnant woman, abandoned all alone in the jungles of central India, must have been intense. Yet, she did not falter. Perhaps the first "Single Parent" of the Hindu epics, she raised her childrens in the Ashram of Bhagwan Valmiki.


Sri Ram requested sage Agastya to tell about the means by which he could become liberated from the sins of killing brahmins. Sage Agastya advised him to perform Ashwamedha-yagya. He also described the rituals of performing Ashwamedha Yagya--- "Get a horse of white colour and after worshipping it on Vaishakh Purnima leave it to wander freely. Tie a piece of paper on its forehead on which your name and other details are mentioned. Soldiers should follow that horse wherever it goes. You should fight a battle against any king who dares to stop the horse. You should lead a celibate life till the horse returns back to the same place from where it had been let loose. It is customary for the performer of Ashwamedha yagya to indulge himself in benevolent deeds till the completion of Ashwamedha yagya." Sri Ram agreed to perform Ashwamedha yagya. He went to the seashore accompanied by numerous sages. He then cultivated a vast expanse of land with the help of a golden plough. A large oblation site was constructed and thus began Ashwamedha yagya under the supervision of Vashishth.


As per the advice of Sage Vashishth, Sri Ram instructed his soldiers to bring a white-horse. A white parasol was fixed on its back and the horse was decorated with colourful clothes. The horse was then let loose and the faithful soldiers of Sri Ram followed it wherever the horse went.A gold-sheet was hanged in the horse's neck and upon which was inscribed--This horse belongs to Sri Ram--the son of Dasharath. Anybody who dares to stop this horse will meet ruthless punishment.

Shatrughan followed the horse as per the instruction of his elder brother -- Sri Ram. Bharat and Pushkal also accompanied him. A huge army led by Kalnemi was marching behind the horse.


Some of the kings tried to stop the horse, but were defeated by Shatrughan. This way the horse continued to move ahead without any problem till it reached the bank of river Ganga.It was early morning and Lav after noticing the presence of horse become curious. He went near the horse and tried to read the inscription hanging down it's neck. He made fun of the might of Sri Ram and fastened the horse.The soldiers tried to release the horse but Lav severed their arms. They returned to Shatrughan and narrated the whole incident to him.


Shatrughan became extremely furious after seeing the condition of his injured soldiers. He instructed Kalnemi to teach Lav a lesson. Kalnemi confronted Lav with a huge army and a ferocious battle took place. Lav managed to kill Kalnemi, which created havoc in the rival's army. The surviving soldiers tried to hold their ground but were forced to flee on account of a fierce assault from Lav.

Shatrughan then ordered Pushkal to fight Lav but he became unconscious after being hit by Lav's arrow. Now, Shatrughan's anger crossed all limits and he ordered Hanuman to kill Lav. Hanuman uprooted a large tree and tried to hit Lav, but Lav cut that tree into hundred pieces with a volley of arrows. Lav then released many arrows in the direction of Hanuman. Hanuman fought valiantly but ultimately he fell down unconscious.


When Shatrughan learnt about Hanuman's fate he was infuriated and went to fight Lav. But when he saw a tender looking child in front of him he was surprised. Shatrughan asked --

'O brave child! Who are you! Who is your father?'

But Lav was not interested in his irrelevant queries and challenged him for a duel. Shatrughan was left with no other option but to fight. A tremendous battle was fought between them. Shatrughan released volleys of arrow towards Lav but all of them were neutralized by him. For a brief time Shatrughan lost his consciousness. After regaining his consciousness, he aimed his most lethal weapon towards Lav. The arrow hit Lav and he fell down unconscious. Lav's companions went and informed Sita about the whole incident. Kush came forward to fight against Sri Ram's army. When he reached the battlefield he saw Lav who was held captive by the enemy's army's. By that time, Lav had regained his consciousness and after seeing Kush he somehow managed to free himself from the clutches of his captors.

Now, both the brothers launched a fierce attack on the enemy. The whole army of Sri Ram started running helter and shelter. It did not take much time for Lav and Kush to vanquish the whole army. All the great warriors like Hanuman, Sugreeva, Pushkal, Angad Veermani and even Shatrughan were either held captive or injured in the battle. Both the brothers fastened Hanuman and Sugreeva with ropes and took them to Sita. Sita immediately recognized Hanuman and Sugreeva. She instructed both her sons to set them free as well as the horse. Lav and Kush followed the instruction of Mother Sita and released everybody from their captivity. Bhagwan Valmiki Ji shower the nector over the dead army and all the dead soldiers became alive once again. Shatrughan regained his consciousness too.


Shatrughan decided to return to Ayodhya. He instructed Sumati to make all the necessary arrangements for the safe return of the Caravan, which comprised not only of Sri Ram's army but also of all the defeated kings and their vanquished armies. When Sri Ram came to know about their arrival, he sent Laxman to receive them. Laxman received the victorious army with all the honour and the all of them came to the palace. Sri Ram curiously asked Sumati about everything that had happened.

Sumati paraded all the vanquished kings who had made the mistake of stopping the horse-- Sumad, Sabahu, Daman, Satyavan, Surath, etc. He then narrated the brave deed of Lav and Kush. He also revealed how mighty warriors like Hanuman, Sugreeva Shatrughan etc had been defeated by both of them.

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Bhagwan Valmiki was present in Ayodhya to attend the Ashwamedha yagya. Sri Ram asked him about the identity of the two children--Lav and Kush, Valmiki said --- Sita was pregnant at the time you had abandoned her. I gave her refuge in my hermitage where she gave birth to twins--Lav and Kush. Both the children were brought up in my hermitage with love and care. I taught them all the sacred texts and scriptures and made them masters of various weaponries. So, Lav and Kush are your sons. You must bring Sita back to Ayodhya with due honour, because she is pure and chaste."

Sri Ram's heart was filled with grief. He instructed Laxman to bring Sita along with Lav and Kush. Laxman went to Valmiki's hermitage and requested Sita to return to Ayodhya. Sita refused to return but sent Lav and Kush along with Laxman. When Sri Ram found that only Lav and Kush had come, he once again sent Laxman to bring Sita. Laxman followed his instruction and went to Valmiki's hermitage for the second time. Meanwhile, Bhagwan Valmiki instructed Lav and Kush to sing the praise of Sri Ram in their melodious voice. Everybody was moved by their soulful rendition. Sri Ram took Lav and Kush in his embrace.

At her final meeting with her Lord, Sitaji was firm in her resolve - never to be doubted again. With great confidence, she requested her mother - Goddess Earth, to reclaim her and vindicate her in public - Once and for all. When Mother Earth came to comfort her daughter, the universe witnessed Sitaji's piety and blameless past.

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