Sunday, 1 February 2015

226. Hanuman executed his decision.

         Having decided the course of action after a very careful analysis of all the pros and cons, Hanuman started to execute the same.  He started to utter in as sweet and as melodious voice he could muster and just loud enough to be heard by Seetha but not by the guards around her "There was a king named Dasharatha who was very glorious among the kings of Ikshvaku dynasty and had a virtuous disposition. He owned very many chariots, elephants and horses. He became very famous, too. He was excellent in virtues among royal sages. He was equal to the seven sages in austerity. He was born in the lineage of emperors and was equivalent to Indra in prowess. He was keen on harmlessness. He was not vulgar. He was compassionate. He was truly mighty. He was an eminent king in Ikshvaku race. He was endowed with prosperity and was causing to increase prosperity.
    "The king Dasharatha was endowed with royal characteristics, highly prosperous, excellent among kings and famous on earth with its four borders. He was a happy man and gave happiness to others. His eldest son is named Rama. Rama is beloved having a moon-like face. He is the best among all the wielders of the bow and arrows.
      "That Rama who annihilates enemies, is a protector of his own mode of life, a protector of his own people, a protector of every living being and a protector of righteousness. Rama a brave and a true-speaking manby the command of  his old father Dasharatha went on exile to a forest along with his wife and brother. While hunting in that forest, that Rama killed many rakshashas who were valiant and who could assume any form at will.
          "Thereafter, hearing about the killing of the rakshashas including Khara and Dushana the more valiant rakshashas in Janasthana, a part of Dandaka forest, the enraged Ravana took away Seetha, the dear wife of Rama, by deceiving Rama by creating an illusive image of a deer in the forest. Searching the irreproachable lady, that Rama met a vanara called Sugreeva  in the forest. They became friends.
       "Thereafter, Rama the conqueror of enemy's cities and a very strong man, killed Vali and gave away that kingdom of vanaras to Sugreeva. As commanded and sent by Sugreeva, thousands of vanarass capable of assuming forms at their will, are searching for that lady Seetha in all the quarters of the earth. By the words of Saampaati, I, a vanara crossed the ocean having a length of one hundred yojanas for the sake of this broad eyed Seetha.
           "This Seetha has been found by me now according to the same comeliness, complexion and the bodily marks as I was told by Rama."
          Having executed his plan Hanuman waited for the outcome. Seetha was mightily surprised to hear Hanuman. Looking at the Shimshupaa tree, up and down, left and right, she located Hanuman, looking like the sun behind an eastern mountain.

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