The Two Kinds Of Evidence Of Shri Rama’s Ability In Battle

Krishna's Mercy

[Shri Rama in battle]“I have both heard about and seen the power of that great-soul in destroying His enemies on the battlefield. Neither the demigods, nor the Gandharvas, nor the serpents, nor the Rakshasas are equal to Him in conflict.” (Sita Devi speaking to Hanuman, Valmiki Ramayana, Sundara Kand, 37.63)

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श्रुता हि दृष्टाश्च मया पराक्रमा महात्मनस्तस्य रणावमर्दिनः।
न देवगन्धर्वभुजङ्गराक्षसा भवन्ति रामेण समा हि संयुगे।।

śrutā hi dṛṣṭāśca mayā parākramā mahātmanastasya raṇāvamardinaḥ।
na devagandharvabhujaṅgarākṣasā bhavanti rāmeṇa samā hi saṃyuge।।

Sita Devi is consistent. From the very beginning she stressed the point anytime the mention was necessary about her husband’s ability. In one famous conversation the reminder was given to Rama Himself, as if He needed to know. He tried to dissuade His faithful and dedicated wife from following Him into the forest, as it was known to be a dangerous place; certainly not anywhere for a king’s…

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