And the son of Sumitra also pierced Ravana's son with arrows of fiery energy.
In short, he is told that they still gossip and talk scandal about her and Ravana.
Ravana came to pay his respects and asked for definitions of virtue and vice which were given.
Ravana, baffled and mortified, is compelled to relinquish his design.
Ravana, on the other hand, planted in his city many appliances constructed according to the rules of military science.
Jatayu, the king of birds, beholds Sita carried off by Ravana.
And Ravana forcibly took from him the celestial chariot Pushpaka.
It is he, the felon Ravana—his train crowd from the groves; he seizes upon Sita—he mounts the car.
But the Rakshasa dames concealed the wife of Rama, and prevailed upon Ravana not to pollute his fame by slaying a woman.
Virupaksha and Mahodara, two of Ravana's ministers utter a string of moral and political sentences.