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despotism ended."
Brahma knew that he had granted to
Ravana the boon prayed for by him that
he should be invulnerable and invincible
against Devas, Asuras, Gandharvas and
other such beings. In his arrogance,
Ravana did not care to ask for security
against mankind. As Brahma revealed this
fateful omission all the Gods rejoiced and
turned to Vishnu.
Absolutely surrendering themselves to
Hari, the Devas begged him to be born as
a man and put an end to Ravana and his
atrocities. Hari agreed and assured the
Devas that he would be born as four sons
of King Dasaratha who was then
performing a sacrifice for progeny. As the
ghee was poured into the fire and the
flames shot up to meet it, from out of the
flames came a majestic figure, resplendent
like the noonday sun, holding a bowl of
gold.
Calling King Dasaratha by his name,
the figure said: "The Devas are pleased
with you and are answering your prayer.
Here is payasam sent by the gods for your
wives. You will be blessed with sons if
they drink this divine beverage." With joy
unbounded, Dasaratha received the bowl
despotism ended."
Brahma knew that he had granted to
Ravana the boon prayed for by him that
he should be invulnerable and invincible
against Devas, Asuras, Gandharvas and
other such beings. In his arrogance,
Ravana did not care to ask for security
against mankind. As Brahma revealed this
fateful omission all the Gods rejoiced and
turned to Vishnu.
Absolutely surrendering themselves to
Hari, the Devas begged him to be born as
a man and put an end to Ravana and his
atrocities. Hari agreed and assured the
Devas that he would be born as four sons
of King Dasaratha who was then
performing a sacrifice for progeny. As the
ghee was poured into the fire and the
flames shot up to meet it, from out of the
flames came a majestic figure, resplendent
like the noonday sun, holding a bowl of
gold.
Calling King Dasaratha by his name,
the figure said: "The Devas are pleased
with you and are answering your prayer.
Here is payasam sent by the gods for your
wives. You will be blessed with sons if
they drink this divine beverage." With joy
unbounded, Dasaratha received the bowl

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