The Boyhood of Rama
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The king had no sons to take his place after death. He approached the magician and asked for his advice.
"Dasaratha, you will have sons, I will perform a sacred rite."
"I am growing old. I long for a son, a son who will take my place on the throne."
Ravana, a ten-headed demon was preventing holy men from performing sacred rites.
"Ravana, in his arrogance, protected himself only from those beings whom he thought could hurt him."
Ravana was creating trouble for all holy beings. Vishnu, the preserver was pondering on what actions he should take.
I, Vishnu, will be born as a human who can kill Ravana.
The king gave each of his wives part of the drink. No sooner had his wives finished, than each shone with the glow of a divine being in their womb.
There was great rejoicing in the city when four sons were born to their king. Their names were Rama, Lakshmana, Bharata, and Satrughna.
Rama was a perfectly perfect young man. He had all the noble qualities. He was patient with others' wrongs, but would not do wrong himself.
Become the king, Rama.
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