Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Ram Vijaya-Chapter 12.

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Here is chapter- 12 from the book Ram Vijaya. Readers who have missed out any chapter can read them by clicking on the link provided below this chapter . Jai Sai Ram

Ram Vijaya-Chapter 12.
Rama knew that Purusharam would come and fight with him on account of the dhanusha he had broken ; and, therefore, he did not like to stay any longer at Mithila. But at the request of his father-in-law he stayed there for a few days more. In the meantime, Narada went to Purusharam and told him that a man called Rama had broken his dhanusha.
He was greatly enraged at this news ; and having come to MithiJa, he kicked up a great row about the dhanusha.

To foment the quarrel Narada told him that Rama had broken the bow and that he was so proud that he did not even come down to receive him. Purusharam got indignant and let off arrows at Rama, which melted away, as soon as the latter saw them. Puru
sharam, knowing that his incarnation was over, laid down his arms and weapons, when Rama came down and embraced him heartily.

Soon after, Dasharatha, accompanied by his wives and sons, returned to Ayodya with exultation and joy. The king had invited to the marriage of Rama his brother-in- law, Sangramajit, who requested the former to send Bharat and Shatrughana to spend a few days with" him. Dasaratha bade his sons go with him, though they were unwilling to part with his brothers, Rama and Lakshuman even for a single moment. Kayakayi pressed her sons to go with her brother ; and they accordingly went with him. Rama and Lakshuman were very obedient to their parents and served them with all their heart and soul.

One day the king looking to his old age, made up his mind to install Rama in the throne of Ayodya. He made every preparation to perform the ceremony of installation and invited to it all the kings and Rishis on earth. All the gods and Brahmans were afraid that if Rama was installed in the throne of Ayodya, he would not go to Lanka and relieve them from the oppression of the demons.

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