Learn how and when to remove this template message Rama and Sita worship god Shiva at Rameshwaram as Vibhishana right looks on with Lakshamana, Tumburu and Narada Vibhishana had a sattvic pure mind and a sattvic heart. From his early childhood, he spent all his time meditating on the name of the Lord. Eventually, Brahma appeared and offered him any boon he wanted. Vibhishana said that the only thing he wanted was to have his mind fixed at the feet of the Lord as pure as lotus leaves charan kamal. He prayed that he should be given the strength by which he would always be at the feet of the Lord and that he would receive the darshan holy sight of Lord Vishnu. This prayer was fulfilled when he was able to give up all his wealth and family, and join Rama, who was Avatar of Lord Vishnu God incarnate.
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Ravana kidnaps Devi Sita during Vanavasa living in forest. Sri Rama wages war against him with the help of Sugriva. Ravana loses all his great warriors and generals including his mighty brother Kumbhakarna and son Meghanada. He then himself comes for final battle with Sri Rama riding a Yuddha-ratha war chariot , well protected by armour, and equipped with sophisticated weapons, while Sri Rama does not have a chariot, or armour or even shoes, except his bow and arrows.
How then are you going to conquer this valorous and mighty Ravana? The whole scenario and discourse is narrated by Goswami Tulasidas in the following melodious Caupais and Dohas Verses. Steadfastness Drdhata in truth Satya and good character Sila are its flag and banner Dhvaja-pataka. The horses Ghore of that chariot are strength Bala , discrimination Viveka , self-control Dama and care for others Parahita.
Its reins are made of the ropes Raju Jore of forgiveness Ksama , compassion Krpa and equanimity Samata. Dispassion Virati is the shield Carma and contentment Santosa is the sword Krpana.
Charity Dana is the axe Parasu , understanding Buddhi is the missile Sakti Pracanda and knowledge of the self Vijnana is the relentless bow Kathina Kodanda. Describing the armour and other weapons of the person riding Dharmaratha chariot of righteousness Sri Rama tells—A pure and steady Amala Acala mind Mana is like a quiver Trona Samana , while quietude Sama and the various forms of abstinence Yama and religious observances Niyama are a sheaf of arrows Silimukha Nana.
Vibhishana Gita From Ramayana Yuddha Kanda.