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Rama was the son of King Dasaratha and Queen Kausalya of the Ishvaku Dynasty. The Ishvaku were a glorious dynasty that descended from the Sun God, Surya.
Mahiravana was the brother of Ravana and a powerful sorcerer who ruled over the underworld, deep beneath the earth’s surface.
Hanuman was the son of the Wind God, Vayu, and Anjana, a celestial monkey spirit. Being the son of the Wind God, Hanuman could fly at will!
Sugriva ruled over Kishkinda, alongside his brother Vali. Kishkinda was the glorious and beautiful kingdom of monkeys that flourished well under their rule. One day, a war-mongering giant bull, Dundubi, attacked Kishkinda.
While ploughing the fields for a ceremony, King Janaka found a casket in the ground with a baby girl inside it! The King was delighted and readily adopted the baby as his own daughter. He called her Sita, which means furrow or plough. The King told his people that she must be the daughter of the earth goddess Bhoomi sent to him as a gift and so Sita is also known as the daughter of Bhoomi.
Jatayu and his brother Sampati were two gigantic and formidable vultures. Jatayu lived in the Dandaka forests and was a friend of King Dasaratha, Rama’s father. When Rama, Sita and Lakshmana came to live out their exile in the forest, Jatayu promised them his protection. Jatayu gave Rama one of his bracelets as a token of friendship. Rama in turn gave this bracelet to Sita to wear.
Lakshmana was Rama’s younger brother. He was born to King Dasaratha and queen Sumitra. He was very close to Rama and accompanied Rama during his 14-year exile to the forest, to guard him and princess Sita.
Indrajit was Ravana’s eldest and most powerful son. When he was born, Ravana called him Meghnada. As a young prince, Indrajit was unequalled in his prowess in the battlefield. He was an ace archer and a powerful swordsman. He possessed various celestial weapons at his disposal.
Ravana was the son of the sage Vishrava and his asura wife Kaikeshi. As a young asura prince, Ravana gained many powerful boons from Bramha that made him invincible against the gods. Emboldened by these boons, he gathered an asura army and approached Kubera, the god of wealth, and his half-brother, who was then the ruler of Sri Lanka. Ravana forced Kubera to handover Sri Lanka to him which Kubera had to, as Ravana was too powerful.
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