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Sri Rama slaying Khara and Dushana

(Ref: Valmiki Ramayana - Aranya Kanda - 20 to 30)

Sri Rama fightingMeditation: I meditate on Sri Rama slaying demons Khara and Dushana single-handedly along with their entire army on the outskirts of Panchavati.

Events:
1. Surpanakha reporting to Khara: Supanakha tells about her condition to brother Khara and instigates him to take revenge. Khara sends fourteen demons to eliminate Sri Rama. (Valmiki Ramayana - Aranya Kanda - 19).

2. Sri Rama slaying the demons of Khara: The fourteen demons of Khara go to Panchavati with Surpanakha and wages a war with Sri Rama. Sri Rama slays them all (Valmiki Ramayana - Aranya Kanda - 20).

3. Surpanakha reporting to Khara: Supanakha goes to Khara and reports the death of the demons. She advises Khara to wage a war against Rama else Rama may eliminate the demons (Valmiki Ramayana - Aranya Kanda - 21).

4. Khara marching with fourteen thousand demons: Khara marches with fourteen thousand demons to wage a war with Sri Rama. On the way they see various evil omens (Valmiki Ramayana - Aranya Kanda - 20 to 23).

5. Sri Rama destroying the army of demons: Sri Rama destroys the army of demons single-handedly in the battle (Valmiki Ramayana - Aranya Kanda - 24 to 25).

6. Sri Rama slaying demon Dushana: Sri Rama slays demon Dushana and destroys his army in the battle (Valmiki Ramayana - Aranya Kanda - 26).

7. Sri Rama slaying demon Trishira: Sri Rama slays demon Trishira in the battle (Valmiki Ramayana - Aranya Kanda - 27).

8. Sri Rama slaying demon Khara: Sri Rama slays demon Khara in the battle after a long encounter. The devas shower flowers on Sri Rama (Valmiki Ramayana - Aranya Kanda - 28 to 30).


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