Ramayana 4 - The great war
Ramayana is an epic poem written by Sage Valmiki, which narrates the journey of virtue to destroy the vice. The term 'Ramayana', literally means the journey of Rama in search of human values.Â The characters and incidents inÂ RamayanaÂ teach people about the invaluable ideals of love and wisdom.
This part narrates the story of the beginning of the war of Ramayana by Lord Rama to free his loving wife Sita from the clutches of the Lanka King Ravana. After Ravana denies giving away Sita in order to avoid war, Lord Ramaâ€™s army proceeds to enter in the city palace and succeeds in killing many demons, including Ravanaâ€™s powerful brother Kumbhkarana. Lord Ramaâ€™s ally Vibhishan informs Lord Rama about Ravanaâ€™s son Indrajeetâ€™s special ceremony to defeat their army, which Lord Rama plans to violate.
The everlasting values taught by Lord Rama in this epic tale have been celebrated through the centuries, and continues to have an impact on Indian art and culture.