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Ramayana is an inspiring Story – Valmiki Ramayana

Valmiki Ramayana πŸ“–Valmiki Ramayana 3:46-18
Your teeth are evenly, smooth and their tips are like jasmine buds, and your whitish broad eyes are spotless, reddish at ends, and pupils are black.

πŸ“–Valmiki Ramayana 3:46:19-20
Your hips are beamy, thighs burly akin to elephant’s trunks, and these two breasts of yours that are ornamented with best jewellery are rotund, rubbing and bumping each other, and they are swinging up and up, their nipples are brawny and jutting out, and they are smoothish like palm-fruits, thus they are covetable for they are beautiful.

πŸ“–Valmiki Ramayana 3:45:17
And you are an entrustment, oh, best lady Vaidehi, as the great-souled Rama has entrusted you in my security, as such I do not dare to leave you off now.

Ravana describing the beauty of Seetha Ji.
  1. Reference Valmiki Ramayana 3:46-18
  2. Reference Valmiki Ramayana 3:46:19-20
  3. Reference Valmiki Ramayana 3:45:17

πŸ“–Valmiki Ramayana 3:63-7
My noblewoman might be abducted by a demon, and on reaching the sky that lady who converses with a sweet voice might have wept a lot fearfully, and it is definite that she must have shouted a lot, untunefully.

Hindus consider and worship Ram Ji as a god but Rama himself did not know what Ravana was doing to Seetha, Ram could not take care of his wife, how can he take care of others? Then in the next verse where Ravana was describing the beauty of Sita, Rama also described the beauty of Seetha πŸ‘‡

πŸ“–Valmiki Ramayana 3:63-8
Those two roundish bosoms of my ladylove which always deserved the application of pleasantly looking red-sandalwood’s paste might definitely be unshiny, as they might be bedaubed with muddy blood when they are extricated from her body for devouring.

πŸ“–Valmiki Ramayana 3:63-9
She has a sweet, softish, and very clear talkativeness on her lips. That visage with such lips is crowned with a hairdo with hair lumped together and plaited, such as her visage is, it must have become unshiny on her going into the repression of demon, as with an unshiny moon when repressed in the mouth of eclipsing planet Raahu, it is definite.

What was the need of assuming & explaining such bad things to Lakshman about his Wife Sita ? In the verse Ramayana 3:63-8, Ram ji is talking about Sita’s two round breasts and Rama is afraid.

  1. Reference Valmiki Ramayana 3:63-8
  2. Reference Valmiki Ramayana 3:63-9

πŸ“–Valmiki Ramayana 6:48-10
My temples, eyes, arms, feet, ankles and thights are homogenous and well-proportioned. My fingers have well-rounded and glossy nails, having a right lenght.

Why Seetha talking about her body parts why the Author need to Mentioned all this ?

Reference Valmiki Ramayana 6:48-10

πŸ“–Valmiki Ramayan 5:15:28-29
Hanuma saw Seetha with a face like full moon, with beautiful eyebrows, with graceful rounded breasts, by the radiance making all directions without darkness, goddess like with black hair, with lips like bimba fruit, with a good waist, very firm, with eyes like lotus petals, like Rati the consort of god of love.

Why did hanuman Ji see Seetha is this way and what was the need of such explanation?

  1. Reference Valmiki Ramayan 5:15:28-29

πŸ“–Valmiki Ramayana 3:69-14-17
Drawing nigh of those valorous brothers who are journeying on their way, that demoness actually clung onto Lakshmana who is going ahead of his elder brother, saying, “come… let’s romance, Closeting Soumitri in her embrace she told him this sentence, “I am Ayomukhi, by my name… you won me by your heroic personality, by that way, none can win me over… thus, you alone are my lover… oh, hero, oh, my husband… you will romance with me on mountaintops, in rivers, and on sandy isles, till the end of this life…” So is the love prattle of that demoness Ayomukhi, When said that way that enemy-suppressor Lakshmana became furious, and upraising his sword he sheared off her nose, one ear, and one of her breasts.

After hearing all this, Lakshman cut off her nose, one ear, and one of her breasts.

Reference Valmiki Ramayana 3:69-14-17Β 

πŸ“–Valmiki Ramayana 6:115-12
In the midst of monkeys and demons, Rama spoke (as follows) to Seetha, whose eyes resembled the petals of a lotus, who wore dark curly hair and was endowed with fine hips.

πŸ“–Valmiki Ramayana 6:115-17
You, with a suspicion arisen on your character, standing in front of me, are extremely disagreeable to me, even as a light to one, who is suffering from a poor eye-sight.

πŸ“–Valmiki Ramayana 6:115-24
Seeing you, who are endowed with a beautiful form and attractive to the sense, detained for long in his abode, Ravana could not have endured your separation.”

When Rama brought back Sita from Lanka after jihad, Rama started doubting Sita’s character, Rama felt that Sita had been with Ravana for so long, so maybe she must have done sex with Ravana, Billions of Hindus say that Ram is a Purushottam the greatest man while they consider him as god, after reading the story does anyone think that Ram is the greatest man? If Rama is a god, did he not know what Ravanan had done with Sita? Then when Sita heard all of the Derogatory words from Ram.

  1. Reference Valmiki Ramayana 6:115-12
  2. ReferenceValmiki Ramayana 6:115-17
  3. Reference Valmiki Ramayana 6:115-24

Then what did Seetha Ji has said to Ram after she hearing the derogatory words, read the verses. πŸ‘‡

πŸ“–Valmiki Ramayana 6:116-5
“O valiant Rama! Why are you speaking such harsh words, which are violent to hear for me, like a common man speaking to a common woman?

πŸ“–Valmiki Ramayana 6:116-7
By the conduct of vulgar woman you distrust the entire race of women. Give up this doubt, if I have been actually tested (and found trustworthy) by you.

According to Seetha Ji, Whatever Ram said to Sita, all this applies on all woman’s & if something happens in Hindu family then the Hindu women’s should do what Sita ji has done. Valmiki Ramayana 6:116-7.

πŸ“–Valmiki Ramayana 6:116-11
“O king! Hanuma, the great hero, was sent by you as your search-agent. Why I, who was still in Lanka, was not abandoned then itself?

πŸ“–Valmiki Ramayana 6:116-13
This wasteful endeavour (in the form of crossing over to Lanka and waging war against the mighty Ravana, keeping your life in jeopardy), would not have been there, nor would have your friends been put to such fruitless hardship.

πŸ“–Valmiki Ramayana 6:116-2
Hearing the terrific words of her husband, which were never actually heard by her before, amidst a large gathering of people, Seetha stood bent low with shame.

πŸ“–Valmiki Ramayana 6:116-18-19
O Lakshmana! Create a pile of fire, for me, which is a remedy for this disaster. I no longer wish to survive, smitten as am with false blames, I will enter a fire, to obtain the only course appropriate for me, who has been abandoned amidst an assembly of men, by my husband who was not satisfied with my traits.

After hearing all kind derogatory words, Seetha ji stood bent low with shame and she decided to enter into the fire because her husband insulted her & made all kinds false statements against her, therefore finally seetha has said that now I don’t want to live anymore after so much derogatory from Rama.

πŸ“–Valmiki Ramayana 6:116–23
Thereupon, Seetha, after doing circumambulation to Rama, who was standing with his head bent low, proceeded towards the blazing fire.

When Sita was going to enter into the fire, even after that Ram did not said that do not do this, my dear lady.

πŸ“–Valmiki Ramayana 6:115-21
You were won by me with that end in view (viz. the retrieval of my lost honour). The honour has been restored by me. For me, there is no intense attachment in you. You may go wherever you like from here.

When everything is done, Ram got his kingdom and told to Sita, I have nothing to do with you, now go wherever you want.

  1. Reference Valmiki Ramayana 6:116-11
  2. Reference Valmiki Ramayana 6:116-13
  3. Reference Valmiki Ramayana 6:116-2
  4. Reference Valmiki Ramayana 6:116-18-19
  5. Reference Valmiki Ramayana 6:116–23
  6. Reference Valmiki Ramayana 6:115-21

When all this crying is over then Seetha ji has started saying πŸ‘‡

πŸ“–Valmiki Ramayana 6:115–19-20
Which noble man, born in an illustrious race, will take back a woman who lived in another’s abode, with an eager mind? While mentioning greatly about my lineage, how can I accept again, you who were harassed in Ravana’s lap (while being borne away by him) and who were seen (by him) with evil looks?”

πŸ“–Valmiki Ramayana 6:115–18
O Seetha! That is why, I am permitting you now. Go wherever you like. All these ten directions are open to you, my dear lady! There is no work to be done to me, by you.

But even after hearing all this sentimental words, Ram did not listen to seetha and he stood by his point, But then Ram changed his decision and took this decision in resolved mind. πŸ‘‡

πŸ“–Valmiki Ramayana 6:115–22-23
O gracious lady! Therefore, this has been spoken by me today, with a resolved mind. Set you mind on Lakshmana or Bharata, as per your ease, O Seetha! Otherwise, set your mind either on Shatrughna or on Sugreeva or on Vibhishana the demon; or according to your own comfort.

So Rama said to Sita with a firm mind, “You have nothing to do with me, but you can live with my brothers Lakshmana or Bharata (according to Hinduism both Lakshmana and Bharata are brothers of Rama), otherwise You can set your mind on the demon or whatever you like.

  1. Reference Valmiki Ramayana 6:115–19-20
  2. Reference Valmiki Ramayana 6:115–18
  3. Reference Valmiki Ramayana 6:115–22-23

πŸ“–Valmiki Ramayana 6:115–25
Hearing that unpalatable speech of her beloved husband, Seetha who used to hear pleasing words alone, was very much trembled for long, like a creeper attacked by the proboscis of an elephant and thereupon shed tears.

After reading all of the story, I just want to say that Ram is not even worthy of a good person, but justice should be given for what happened to Seetha ji.

  1. Reference Valmiki Ramayana 6:115–25

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