I want my son, Bharat to be king and your eldest son, Rama, to be banished for 14 years
I'm sorry Rama I have to banish you with your wife, Sita, and your brother Lakshman to the forest.
OH NO! What should I do?
Finally, a home.
Alright, coming Sita.
Once Bharat's mothers had saved King Dashratha's life, in return he offered her two wishes.
Rama catch me this beautiful deer
She will be mine soon..
What, a demon...Oh No...Sita!!!!
The king was unsure about what to do: he wanted to be a honest man, yet he knew that he was being tricked.
Must...get ...this...deer ...for...Sita
After a very long journey, the three outcasts found refuge in a cottage, deep in the forest.
They lived a good and simple life, until one day Ravana, the demon king, was so entranced by Sita's beauty that he lured her with a golden deer.
With Rama gone, Ravana tricked Sita out of the magic circle Rama had given her and took her away on his chariot. Little did he know, Sita dropped her jewellery piece by piece over the side of the chariot so Rama could rescue her.
Rama then raced after Sita's trail with Hanuman, the monkey king, who sent out messages to all animals until he found where Ravana was hiding: a secret island where all the animals helped to build a bridge to get across to the hideout and see Sita. THE TIME OF RAMA'S EXILE PASSED AFTER THIS AND HE RETURNED HOME TO BE RIGHTFUL KING.