He was a great speaker and propagator of Madhwa ideology. His passion towards Sanskrit and Kannada were admirable. Email: email@example.com Got Questions ? [1-1-23], sa jagaama vanam viirah pratijnaam anupaalayan |, pitur vacana nirdeshaat kaikeyyaah priya kaaranaat || 1-1-24, "Such a brave one as he is, that Rama repaired [went] to forest for the reason of appeasing Kaikeyi, and as directed by the verbal directive of his father, and to follow his father's word of honor. The original epic of Ramayan has been the ââ¬ÅValmiki Ramayanââ¬ . In the first chapter of Bala Kanda the gist [the main points] of Ramayana is imbibed [absorbed] and it called samkshepa [summarized] Ramayana, or also called Bala Ramayana. (2007). [, niyata aatmaa mahaaviiryo dyutimaan dhritimaan vashii ||, "One emerged from Ikshvaku dynasty and known to people as Rama by his name, and he is conscientious [upright], highly valorous, resplendent [shining brilliantly], and steadfast and a controller of vice and vile... and his own senses, as well... [, vipulaa.mso mahaabaahuh ka.mbu griivo mahaahanuh ||, "He is an adept one, moralist, learned, propitious [auspicious], and a destroyer of enemies. Balakanda - Book Of Youthful Majesties. Govindacharya was also known for his expertise in Veda Bhashya, Upanishad Bhashya, Mahabharata, Ramayana, and Puranas. for a total of eleven thousand years, Rama voyages to the abode of Brahma... [1-1-97], idam pavitram paapaghnam punyam vedaih ca sa.mmitam |, yah pathet raama caritam sarva paapaih pramucyate || 1-1-98, "This Ramayana is holy, sin-eradicating, merit-endowing, and conformable with the teachings of all Vedas... and whoever reads this Legend of Rama, he will be verily liberated of all his sins... [1-1-98], etat aakhyaanam aayusyam pathan raamaayanam narah |, sa putra pautrah sa ganah pretya svarge mahiiyate || 1-1-99, "Any man who reads this lifespan-enriching narrative of actuality [reality], Ramayana, the peregrination [walk or journey] of Rama, he will be enjoying worldly pleasures with his sons and grand sons and with assemblages of kinfolks, servants etc., as long as he is in this mortal world and on his demise [death], he will be adored in heaven... [1-1-99], janah ca shuudro api mahattvam iiyaat || 1-1-100, "A man reading this Ramayana happens to be a Brahman, one from teaching-class, he obtains excellence in his speech, and should he be Kshatriya person from ruling-class, he obtains land-lordship, and should he be Vyshya person from trading-class, he accrues monetary-gains, and should he be a Shudra person from working class, he acquires his personal excellence..." Thus Sage Narada gave a gist [the main points] of Ramayana to Sage-poet Valmiki. Well-known Sanskrit scholar and eminent discourser Bannanje Govindacharya passed away at his residence at Ambalpady in Udupi on Sunday. Paperback Nenapadalu Shakuntale. Knower of Probity, you alone shall be the king... ‘[1-1-35, 36a], raamo.api paramodaarah sumukhah sumahaayashaah || 1-1-36, na cha icchat pitur aadeshaat raajyam raamo mahaabalah |, "Even though Rama is a really benevolent [organized for the purpose of doing good] one, even though he is a readily willing one, even though he is a greatly reputed one for endowments, even though he is a highly capable endower of whatever sought by his adherers, even then Rama did not desire the kingdom, to keep up his own pledge [promise] and also owing to his father's directives... [1-1-36b, 37a], paaduke ca asya raajyaaya nyaasam dattvaa punah punah || 1-1-37, nivartayaamaasa tato bharatam bharata agrajah |, "On giving his sandals to that Bharata for custodial [relating to guardianship] care of kingdom till his return after the period of exile, then the elder brother of Bharata, namely Rama, persuasively [tending to persuade] turned away Bharata. Bengaluru, Dec 13 (IANS) Karnatakaâs renowned Sanskrit scholar and Kannada poet Bannanje Govindacharya died at the age of 84 years on Sunday at Udupi on the southern stateâs west coast. He has written Bhashyas or commentaries on Veda Suktas, Upanishads, ShataRudriya, BrahmaSutra Bhashya, Gita Bhashya and is an orator. Find charities worthy of your support and donate, Kannada Discourse Snippets By Sri Bannanje Govindacharya, Chapter 1: The Sage Narada Summarizes the Ramayana to Valmiki, Chapter 3: Valmiki Summarizes the Ramayana, Chapter 4: Rama Hears the Ramayana Recited by His Own Sons, Chapter 5: Description of the City of Ayodhya, Chapter 6: The Prosperity of Ayodhya During King Dasharatha’s Reign, Chapter 7: The Qualities and Upright Character of the King’s Ministers, Chapter 8: The King’s Proposal to Perform a Horse Sacrifice to Obtain a Son, Chapter 9: A Conversation Between Dasharatha and Sumantra, Chapter 10: How Rishyashringa Was Brought to Anga and Married to Shanta, Chapter 11: King Dasharatha Goes to Anga to Bring Back Rishyashringa and Shanta, Chapter 12: The King Orders Preparation for the Sacrifice, Chapter 13: Vasishtha Prepares for the Sacrifice, Chapter 14: King Dasharatha Begins the Sacrifice, Chapter 15: Rishyashringa Performs a Sacrifice for King Dasharatha, Chapter 16: Vishnu’s Messenger Approaches Dasharatha, Chapter 17: The Demigods Engender Monkey Warriors, Chapter 18: Birth of Rama, Bharata, Lakshmana and Shatrughna, Chapter 19: Vishvamitra Asks King Dasharatha for Rama, Chapter 20: King Dasharatha Refuses Vishvamitra’s Request, Chapter 21: Vishvamitra’s Anger At Dasharatha’s Refusal, Chapter 22: Rama and Lakshmana’s Departure with Vishvamitra, Chapter 23: Passing the Night at the Confluence of the Ganges and Sarayu, Chapter 24: History of the Rakshasi Tataka, Chapter 25: How Tataka Married Sunda and Gave Birth to Marica, Chapter 27: Vishvamitra Bestows Divine Weapons to Rama, Chapter 28: Vishvamitra Teaches Rama How to Retract the Weapons, Chapter 29: The History of Siddhashrama and Their Arrival There, Chapter 30: Rama Protects Vishvamitra’s Sacrifice, Chapter 31: Vishvamitra, Rama and Lakshmana Depart for Mithila, Chapter 32: The Story of the Four Sons of Kusha, Chapter 33: The Marriage of Kushanabha’s Daughters to Brahmadatta, Chapter 34: The Birth of Gadhi to Kushanabha, Chapter 35: Vishvamitra Narrates the Origin of the Ganges, Chapter 36: How Uma Cursed the Demigods and Earth, Chapter 37: The Birth of Karttikeya from the Ganges, Chapter 38: The Birth of King Sagara’s Children, Chapter 39: How King Sagara’s Sons Divided the Earth, Chapter 40: Kapila Destroys the Sons of King Sagara, Chapter 41: Amshuman Retrieves the Stolen Horse, Chapter 42: Amshuman and His Grandson Practice Austerities, Chapter 43: Shiva Catches the Ganges on His Head, Chapter 44: King Bhagiratha Offers Ganges’ Water to His Ancestors, Chapter 47: How the City of Vishala Was Built, Chapter 49: Lord Rama Relieves Ahalya of Her Curse, Chapter 50: Rama and His Associates Enter Mithila, Chapter 51: Shatananda Begins to Relate to Rama the Story of Vishvamitra, Chapter 52: Vasishtha Receives King Vishvamitra, Chapter 53: Vishvamitra Asks Vasishtha for the Desire Cow, Chapter 54: Vishvamitra Forcibly Takes the Desire Cow, Chapter 55: Vishvamitra Performs Austerities to Defeat Vasishtha, Chapter 56: Vasishtha Defeats Vishvamitra With His Staff, Chapter 57: Trishanku’s Desire for Bodily Ascension to Heaven, Chapter 58: Cursed by Vasishtha’s Sons, Trishanku Approaches Vishvamitra, Chapter 59: Vishvamitra Agrees to Perform the Sacrifice for Trishanku, Chapter 60: The Elevation of Trishanku and Other Feats by Vishvamitra, Chapter 61: How Shunahshepa was Taken to be Sacrificed, Chapter 62: Shunahshepa Approaches Vishvamitra for Help, Chapter 63: Vishvamitra Becomes a Rishi and then a Maharshi, Chapter 65: Vishvamitra Attains the Status of a Brahmana, Chapter 66: Janaka Related to Rama the Appearance of Sita, Chapter 68: King Dasharatha Informed of Rama’s Impending Marriage, Chapter 69: Dasharatha Proceeds to Mithila for the Wedding, Chapter 70: Vasishtha Recounts the Lineage of King Dasharatha, Chapter 71: Janaka Recounts His Genealogy, Chapter 72: Wives for Bharata and Shatrughna, Chapter 73: Vasishtha Performs the Marriage Ceremony, Chapter 74: The Wedding Party Meets Parashurama, Chapter 75: Parashurama Challenges Rama to String Vishnu’s Bow, Chapter 76: Parashurama Recognizes Rama to be Lord Vishnu, Chapter 77: The Return of the Wedding Party to Ayodhya, Chapter 1: King Dasharatha Decides to Install Rama as Regent, Chapter 2: King Dasharatha Informs the Assembly of His Desire, Chapter 3: Preparations for the Installation, Chapter 4: Rama Visits His Mother Kausalya, Chapter 5: Vasishtha Visits Rama to Instruct Him about Fasting, Chapter 6: The Citizens of Ayodhya Rejoice, Chapter 8: Manthara Turns Kaikeyi Against Rama, Chapter 9: Kaikeyi Enters the Sulking Chamber, Chapter 10: Dasharatha Consoles Kaikeyi in the Sulking Chamber, Chapter 11: Kaikeyi Requests Her Two Boons, Chapter 12: King Dasharatha Tries to Dissuade Kaikeyi, Chapter 13: Further Lamentation of King Dasharatha, Chapter 15: Sumantra’s Sudden Return to the Palace, Chapter 16: Rama Goes to See King Dasharatha, Chapter 17: Rama Enters His Father’s Palace, Chapter 18: Kaikeyi Informs Rama of His Exile, Chapter 19: Rama Agrees to Go to the Forest, Chapter 20: Rama Informs Kausalya of His Exile, Chapter 21: Rama Defends His Decision to Leave, Chapter 22: Rama Attributes His Misfortune to Destiny, Chapter 23: Lakshmana Insists that Personal Effort is Greater than Destiny, Chapter 24: Rama Instructs Kausalya to Stay, Chapter 26: Rama Informs Sita of His Exile, Chapter 27: Sita Requests Rama to Take Her Along, Chapter 28: Lord Rama Describes the Hardships of Forest Life, Chapter 29: Sita’s Reasoning for Accompanying Rama to the Forest, Chapter 30: Rama Agrees to Take Sita in Exile, Chapter 31: Lakshmana Seeks Permission to Accompany Rama, Chapter 32: Sita, Rama and Lakshmana Give Away Their Wealth, Chapter 33: Sita, Rama and Lakshmana Go to See King Dasharatha, Chapter 34: Rama, Lakshmana and Sita Approach King Dasharatha for Permission to Leave, Chapter 36: King Dasharatha Orders His Army to Accompany Rama, Chapter 37: Sita, Rama and Lakshmana Done Bark Cloth, Chapter 38: King Dasharatha Chastises Kaikeyi Regarding Sita’s Plight, Chapter 41: The People of Ayodhya Lament Rama’s Exile, Chapter 42: Kausalya Consoles King Dasharatha, Chapter 43: Kausalya Laments Her Misfortune, Chapter 44: Sumitra Assuages Kausalya’s Grief, Chapter 45: The Citizens of Ayodhya Try to Persuade Rama to Return, Chapter 47: The Citizens Return to Ayodhya, Chapter 49: Rama Continues Toward the Forest, Chapter 50: Rama Meets Guha, King of the Nishadas, Chapter 51: Lakshmana Passes the Night Talking with Guha, Chapter 52: Rama Sends Sumantra Back and Crosses the Ganges, Chapter 53: Rama Tries to Persuade Lakshmana to Return, Chapter 54: At the Hermitage of Bharadvaja, Chapter 58: Sumantra Delivers Rama’s Message, Chapter 59: Sumantra Describes the Plight of Kosala, Chapter 61: Kausalya Chastises Dasharatha, Chapter 62: Dasharatha Begs Kausalya for Forgiveness, Chapter 63: Dasharatha Recounts His Misdeed, Chapter 66: Mourning the Death of King Dasharatha, Chapter 67: Deliberation on the Future of Ayodhya, Chapter 70: The Message Conveyed to Bharata, Chapter 71: Bharata Alarmed at the Sight of Ayodhya, Chapter 72: Kaikeyi Informs Bharata of the King’s Death, Chapter 74: Bharata Resolves to Bring Back Rama, Chapter 77: Disposing of the King’s Ashes, Chapter 78: Shatrughna Chastises Manthara, Chapter 79: Bharata Decides to Bring Back Rama, Chapter 80: The Engineers Construct a Road, Chapter 81: The Royal Bards Eulogize Bharata, Chapter 85: Bharata Reveals His Mind to Guha, Chapter 87: Guha Relates How Rama Passed the Night, Chapter 88: Bharata Decides to Become an Ascetic, Chapter 89: Bharata’s Army Crosses the Ganges, Chapter 91: Bharadvaja Entertains Bharata, Chapter 92: Bharadvaja Shows Bharata the Way to Citrakuta, Chapter 94: Rama Describes Citrakuta to Sita, Chapter 95: Rama Describes the Mandakini River, Chapter 96: Lakshmana Spies Bharata’s Army, Chapter 101: Bharata Requests Rama to Accept the Kingdom, Chapter 102: Rama Requested to Perform Funeral Rites, Chapter 103: Rama Offers Water to His Deceased Father, Chapter 104: Vasishtha, Kausalya and Others See Rama, Chapter 105: Bharata Implores Rama to be King, Chapter 106: Bharata Vows Not to Return to Ayodhya, Chapter 107: Rama’s Reasons for not Returning, Chapter 109: Rama Rejects Jabali’s Philosophy, Chapter 110: Vasishtha Requests Rama to be King, Chapter 111: Bharata Offers to Take Rama’s Place, Chapter 112: Bharata Receives Rama’s Sandals, Chapter 115: Bharata Retires to Nandigrama, Chapter 116: The Ascetics Abandon Citrakuta, Chapter 119: Entering the Heart of the Dandaka Forest, Chapter 1: Reception of Rama, Lakshmana and Sita by the Sages, Chapter 2: The Demon Viradha attacks Rama, Lakshmana and Sita, Chapter 3: Rama and Lakshmana Attack Viradha, Chapter 4: Rama and Lakshmana Kill Viradha, Chapter 5: Rama, Lakshmana and Sita Visit the Sage Sharabhanga, Chapter 6: The Sages Request Rama for Protection From Rakshasas, Chapter 7: Rama Reaches Sutikshna’s Hermitage, Chapter 8: Rama, Lakshmana and Sita Take Leave of Sutikshna, Chapter 9: Sita Requests Rama to Practice Nonviolence, Chapter 10: Rama Reiterates His Commitment to Protect the Sages, Chapter 11: The Story of the Sage Mandakarni at Pañcapsara Lake, Chapter 12: Rama and the Others Enter Agastya’s Hermitage, Chapter 15: Constructing a Cottage at Pañcavati, Chapter 17: Shurpanakha Arrives at the Cottage, Chapter 18: Lakshmana Disfigures Shurpanakha, Chapter 19: Shurpanakha Appraises Khara of the Situation, Chapter 20: Rama Kills the Fourteen Rakshasas, Chapter 21: Khara Desires to Fight with Rama, Chapter 22: The Rakshasa Army Approaches Pañcavati, Chapter 26: Rama Slays the Remaining Rakshasas and Dushana, Chapter 29: Rama and Khara Exchange Insults, Chapter 31: Ravana Informed about the death of Khara and Others, Chapter 32: Shurpanakha Approaches Ravana, Chapter 34: Shurpanakha Induces Ravana to Kidnap Sita, Chapter 36: Ravana Asks for Marica’s Help, Chapter 37: Marica Tries to Dissuade Ravana, Chapter 38: Marica Narrates His Encounter with Rama, Chapter 39: Marica Continues Trying to Dissuade Ravana, Chapter 41: Maareecha Further Advises Ravana, Chapter 42: Maareecha Assumes the Form of a Golden Deer, Chapter 45: Lakshmana Leaves Sita to Help Rama, Chapter 46: Ravana Approaches Sita to Abduct Her, Chapter 47: Sita Tells Ravana About Herself, Chapter 48: Ravana Boasts About Himself to Sita, Chapter 56: Ravana Sends Sita to the Ashoka Garden, Chapter 57: As He Returns, Rama Meets Lakshmana, Chapter 58: Rama and Lakshmana Reach the Cottage, Chapter 59: Discussion Between Rama and Lakshmana, Chapter 60: Rama Asks the Trees About Sita, Chapter 61: Rama Continues Looking for Sita, Chapter 63: Rama Continues to Lament for Sita, Chapter 66: Lakshmana Further Consoles Rama, Chapter 67: Rama and Lakshmana Find Jatayu, Chapter 69: Lakshmana Disfigures Ayomukhi, Chapter 70: Rama and Lakshmana Defeat Kabandha, Chapter 72: Kabandha Tells Rama to Meet Sugriva, Chapter 73: Kabandha Shows Rama the Way to Rishyamuka Mountain, Chapter 74: Rama and Lakshmana Meet Shabari, Chapter 75: Rama and Lakshmana Go to the Shore of Lake Pampa, Chapter 1: Sugriva Detects the Presence of Rama, Chapter 2: Sugriva Sends Hanuman to Meet Rama, Chapter 3: Hanuman Meets Rama and Lakshmana, Chapter 4: Hanuman Inquires from Rama about His Visit, Chapter 5: Rama and Sugriva Become Friends, Chapter 6: Sugriva Shows Sita’s Veil and Jewelry, Chapter 8: Sugriva Relates His Problem with Vali, Chapter 10: Vali’s Undue Anger Toward Sugriva, Chapter 11: Sugriva Tests Rama’s Strength, Chapter 12: Rama’s Pierces the Seven Sala Trees, Chapter 13: Rama Visits the Hermitage of the Saptajanas, Chapter 14: Sugriva Again Challenges Vali, Chapter 15: Vali’s Wife Begs Him Not to Fight, Chapter 16: Vali Goes Out to Fight Sugriva, Chapter 19: Tara Rushes to the Side of Her Dying Husband, Chapter 20: Tara Intends to Fast Until Death, Chapter 23: Tara Laments for Her Dead Husband, Chapter 24: Tara Also Wants to be Slain by Rama, Chapter 26: Rama Gives Instructions for the Consecration of Sugriva, Chapter 27: Rama Resides in a Cave on Mount Prasravana, Chapter 28: Rama Describes the Rainy Season, Chapter 29: Hanuman Urges Sugriva to Search for Sita, Chapter 30: Rama Sends Lakshmana to Remind Sugriva, Chapter 31: Lakshmana Angrily Goes to Kishkindha, Chapter 36: Sugriva Begs Lakshmana for Forgiveness, Chapter 37: Monkey Warriors Assemble at Kishkindha, Chapter 40: Sugriva Sends Vinata to the East, Chapter 41: Sugriva Sends Hanuman, Nila & Angada to the South, Chapter 42: Sugriva Sends Sushena and Others to the West, Chapter 43: Sugriva Sends Shatabali and Others to the North, Chapter 44: Rama Gives His Signet Ring to Hanuman, Chapter 45: The Monkeys Depart in Search of Sita, Chapter 46: Sugriva Explains How He Learned Geography, Chapter 47: The Monkeys Fail to Find Sita, Chapter 48: The Monkeys Explore the Vindhya Mountains, Chapter 49: The Monkeys Search the Silver Mountain, Chapter 50: The Monkeys Meet the Ascetic Woman Svayamprabha, Chapter 51: Svayamprabha Relates the History of the Cave, Chapter 52: Hanuman Explains His mission to Svayamprabha, Chapter 53: Svayamprabha Delivers the Monkeys from the Cave, Chapter 54: Hanuman Warns the Monkeys to Return to Kishkindha, Chapter 55: The Monkeys Again Decide to Fast Until Death, Chapter 56: Sampati Swoops Down to Devour the Monkeys, Chapter 57: Angada Narrates the Story of Rama to Sampati, Chapter 59: Sampati Explains his Knowledge of Sita’s Abduction, Chapter 60: Sampati’s Meeting with the Sage Nishakara, Chapter 62: The Sage Nishakara’s Prediction About Sampati, Chapter 64: The Monkeys Dispirited on Seeing the Ocean, Chapter 65: The Monkeys Proclaim Their Jumping Skills, Chapter 66: Hanuman Requested to Jump Across the Ocean, Chapter 67: Hanuman Prepares to Jump Across the Ocean, Chapter 1: Hanuman Leaps Across the Ocean, Chapter 2: Hanuman Enters the City of Lanka, Chapter 4: Hanuman Reaches the Royal Palace, Chapter 5: Hanuman Sees Many Rakshasas in the City, Chapter 6: Hanuman Enters Ravana’s Palace, Chapter 7: Description of Ravana’s Palace, Chapter 8: Description of the Pushpaka Vehicle, Chapter 9: Hanuman Searches Ravana’s Palace, Chapter 11: Hanuman Searches Elsewhere in the Palace, Chapter 12: Hanuman Becomes Despondent About Finding Sita, Chapter 13: Hanuman Notices an Ashoka Grove, Chapter 14: Hanuman Hides in the Ashoka Grove, Chapter 17: Hanuman Continues Waiting in the Tree, Chapter 18: Hanuman Sees Ravana Approach Sita, Chapter 19: Ravana Approaches Sita to Woe Her, Chapter 21: Sita Speaks to a Blade of Grass, Chapter 22: Ravana Gives Sita Two Months to Decide, Chapter 24: Sita Proclaims Her Fidelity to Rama, Chapter 26: Sita Continues Defying the Rakshasis, Chapter 27: Trijata Tells of Sita’s Impending Triumph, Chapter 29: The Omens Which Sita Experienced, Chapter 30: Hanuman Considers How to Approach Sita, Chapter 32: Sita is Bewildered by Hanuman, Chapter 34: Sita Doubts Hanuman’s Bona fides, Chapter 35: Hanuman Narrates His Life to Sita, Chapter 36: Hanuman Gives Rama’s Ring to Sita, Chapter 37: Sita Requests Hanuman to Bring Rama, Chapter 39: Hanuman Promises to Bring Rama, Chapter 41: Hanuman Destroys the Ashoka Garden, Chapter 42: Ravana Informed of Hanuman’s Intrusion, Chapter 43: Hanuman Destroys the Rakshasa Shrine, Chapter 45: Hanuman Kills the Chief Minister’s Sons, Chapter 46: Hanuman Battles More Rakshasas at the Ashoka Garden, Chapter 47: Hanuman Kills Ravana’s Son, Aksha, Chapter 48: Ravana’s Son, Indrajit, Subdues Hanuman, Chapter 49: Hanuman Amazed by Ravana’s Splendor, Chapter 50: Hanuman Identifies Himself to Ravana, Chapter 51: Hanuman Advises Ravana to Return Sita, Chapter 52: Vibhishana Intercedes on Behalf of Hanuman, Chapter 53: The Burning of Hanuman’s Tail, Chapter 56: Hanuman Sees Sita Again and Then Leaves, Chapter 57: Hanuman Returns to the Mainland, Chapter 58: Hanuman Recaps His Adventures, Chapter 59: Hanuman Incites the Monkeys to Attack Lanka, Chapter 60: Jambavan Dissuades the Monkeys from Attacking Lanka, Chapter 61: The Monkeys Enjoy Themselves at Madhuvana, Chapter 62: Dadhimukha Reports to Sugriva, Chapter 63: Sugriva Asks Dadhimukha to Summon the Monkeys, Chapter 64: Prince Angada and the Monkeys Return, Chapter 65: Hanuman Relates Everything to Rama, Chapter 66: Rama Asks Hanuman to Repeat Sita’s Message, Chapter 67: Hanuman Recounts the Incident of the Crow, Chapter 3: Hanuman Describes Lanka to Rama, Chapter 4: The Monkey Army Marches Southward, Chapter 5: Rama Remembers Sita and Laments, Chapter 6: Ravana Consults with his Rakshasas, Chapter 8: The Rakshasas Vow to Kill Rama, Chapter 9: Vibhishana Addresses the Rakshasas, Chapter 10: Vibhishana Pleads with Ravana, Chapter 11: Ravana Consults with His Ministers, Chapter 12: Ravana Orders the Defense of Lanka, Chapter 13: Ravana Refrains from Violating Sita, Chapter 14: Vibhishana Pleads with Ravana to Return Sita, Chapter 17: Vibhishana Seeks the Shelter of Rama, Chapter 18: Rama Decides to Accept Vibhishana, Chapter 20: Ravana Dispatches Shuka as a Spy, Chapter 21: Rama Shoots Arrows into the Ocean, Chapter 22: The Construction of Nala's Bridge or Rama Sethu or Rama's Bridge, Chapter 23: Rama Informs Lakshmana of Inauspicious Omens, Chapter 24: Shuka Informs Ravana of Rama’s Military Strength, Chapter 25: Ravana Sends Shuka and Sarana to Spy on Rama’s Army, Chapter 26: Ravana Observes Rama’s Army from His Rooftop, Chapter 27: Sarana Describes Other Commanders to Ravana, Chapter 28: Shuka Describes the Monkey Commanders, Chapter 30: Shardula Informs Ravana about the Monkey Army, Chapter 31: Ravana Frightens Sita with Rama’s Head, Chapter 32: Sita Wails at the Sight of Rama’s Head, Chapter 33: Sarama Assures Sita that Rama is Alive, Chapter 34: Sarama Discloses Ravana’s Plans to Sita, Chapter 35: Malyavan Urges Ravana to Make Peace, Chapter 37: Vibhishana Reveals Ravana’s Defense Plans, Chapter 38: Rama Surveys Lanka from Mount Suvela, Chapter 39: The Monkeys Reach the Outskirts of Lanka, Chapter 40: Sugriva Jumps from Mount Suvela to Attack Ravana, Chapter 41: The Monkeys Reach the City Gates, Chapter 42: Ravana Informed about the Siege of Lanka, Chapter 43: Rama Kills Durdharsha, Mitraghna, Agniketu and Yajñakopana, Chapter 45: Indrajit Binds Rama and Lakshmana with Serpent Arrows, Chapter 46: Indrajit Returns to Lanka, Believing Rama Dead, Chapter 48: Trijata Assures Sita that Rama will Survive, Chapter 50: Garuda Releases Rama and Lakshmana, Chapter 51: Ravana Informed of Rama’s Recovery, Chapter 53: Vajradamshtra Attacks the Monkeys, Chapter 55: Akampana and Other Rakshasas Attack the Monkeys, Chapter 59: Ravana Confronts Rama on the Battlefield and Flees, Chapter 61: Rama Informed About Kumbhakarna, Chapter 62: Ravana Warns Kumbhakarna About Rama, Chapter 63: Kumbhakarna Reprimands Ravana, Chapter 65: Kumbhakarna Sallies Forth to Fight, Chapter 66: Kumbhakarna Disperses the Monkeys, Chapter 68: Ravana Laments Kumbhakarna’s Death, Chapter 69: Ravana’s Sons and Brothers Sally Forth, Chapter 70: Devantaka, Trishira, Mahodara and Mahaparshva Killed, Chapter 72: Ravana Feels Unsafe from Rama, Chapter 73: Indrajit Shoots a Brahmastra at Rama and Lakshmana, Chapter 74: Hanuman Brings Herbs to Revive the Army, Chapter 76: Death of Kampana, Prajangha, Yupaksha, and Kumbha, Chapter 78: Makaraksha Assaults Lord Rama, Chapter 80: Indrajit Battles with Rama and Lakshmana, Chapter 81: Indrajit Kills an Illusory Form of Sita, Chapter 82: After Fighting the Rakshasas, Hanuman Returns to Rama, Chapter 83: Rama Informed of Sita’s Supposed Death, Chapter 84: Vibhishana Explains Indrajit’s Trick, Chapter 85: Lakshmana Sent to Destroy the Sanctuary of Nikumbhila, Chapter 86: Storming the Sanctuary of Nikumbhila, Chapter 87: Altercation Between Vibhishana and Indrajit, Chapter 88: Altercation Between Lakshmana and Indrajit, Chapter 89: Lakshmana Kills Indrajit’s Charioteer, Chapter 93: Rama Slaughters the Rakshasa Troops, Chapter 95: Ravana Enters the Battlefield, Chapter 99: Encounter Between Rama and Ravana, Chapter 100: Lakshmana Rendered Unconscious by Ravana, Chapter 101: Lakshmana Revived by an Herb from the Himalayas, Chapter 102: Indra Presents a Chariot to Rama, Chapter 103: Rama Rebukes Ravana for Leaving the Battlefield, Chapter 104: Ravana Reprimands His Charioteer and Returns to the Battle, Chapter 105: Rama Recites a Hymn to the Sun (Aditya Hridaya), Chapter 106: Omens Indicating Ravana’s Death, Chapter 107: Fierce Encounter Between Rama and Ravana, Chapter 109: Vibhishana Laments the Death of His Brother, Chapter 111: Mandodari’s Lament and Ravana’s Cremation, Chapter 113: Hanuman Delivers Rama’s Message to Sita, Chapter 117: Lord Brahma Reveals Rama’s Divinity, Chapter 119: The Spirit of King Dasharatha Appears, Chapter 120: Lord Indra Revives all the Dead Monkeys, Chapter 121: Rama Prepares to Return to Ayodhya, Chapter 122: Rama and Company Depart for Ayodhya, Chapter 123: Rama Points out to Sita the Different Regions, Chapter 124: Rama Meets the Sage Bharadvaja, Chapter 125: Hanuman Informs Bharata of Rama’s Return, Chapter 126: Hanuman Relates Rama’s Exploits to Bharata, Chapter 127: Preparations for Rama’s Return, Chapter 128: Rama’s Return to Ayodhya and Coronation. 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