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Once back in the castle, people told Rama that they thought Sita was unfaithful to him while she was held captive.
"I know of what you speak, I have heard the ugly rumors too."
Lakshmana took Sita to the forest as he was directed, and he left after saying goodbye.
"Why must this be so?"
"Do not enter the river."
"Who are you?"
One day, the river called to Sita and told her to step into it, but an older man saved her.
Sita had given birth to Rama's twin sons, and when they were older, the man taught them to perform a poem called the Ramayana.
The boys went to a festival in Ayodhya and ended up performing the poem for Rama. This lead him to find out that Lava and Kusa were his sons.
"These are my sons!"
This is the Ramayana.
One day, Rama decided it was time for him to go home to Vishnu and he walked into the river. All of his followers entered the river after him.
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