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The Ramayana story in pictures – Kishkindha kand (4)

As a proof, he showed Ram a hole in a saal tree which Bali had made in one shot. On hearing the kishkkndha Bali did not tolerate and came out in all his anger to kill the demon. He also told Hanuman that he was born to accomplish the work of his master, Ram. A fierce battle ensued between Bali and Sugriv, In the battle, Bali proved his might making Sugriva run for cover. Leave this field empty. Ram encouraged Sugriv to challenge Bali for a duel kad bring him outside Kishkindha.

He discusses with Hanuman as to whether they have been sent by his brother Bali. Bali was then convinced and also asked his son Angada to stand by Sugriv and assist Ram in the searc of Sita. Tara advises Sugriva to help Laxman Sugriva instructed Hanumana to send the messenger in all directions and to bring the news of Sita within fifteen days.

Hanuman departing for Lanka in search of Sita. While the discussion was on, Hanuman was seated in silence. After crossing the trees, the arrow even made a strike on a huge rock and splits it into pieces. The two hatched a plan to topple Bali from kanf throne. Next Seven supreme sacrifices from Indian mythology. As a result, Sampati was wingless He told the monkeys that he was sure that Sita was captive in Lanka.


After encouraging Sugriv to challenge Bali for a second time duly wearing a flower garland as a mark of identification between the two brothers, Sugriv challenged Kanf for duel.

Sugriva made king of Kishkindha Rama also taught him nuances of statesmanship. Sugriv formed an alliance with Ram. Sugriv was full of doubts whether Ram could kill Bali. They searched Sita in the caves of every mountain but did not find her.

There oishkindha a conversation during which Angad told that Jatayu died serving Ram and thereafter Sampati narated his story. Shabri offers fruits which have been tested by her so the Lord does not get a bitter fruit. Sugriva forgot his promise. Sugriv asked Ram why he did not come to his rescue.

Hanuman disguises himself ikshkindha a brahmin and approaches Ram and Laksman. Sugriv soon forgot his promise and spent his time in debauchery which filled Ram with great anger.

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Hanuman took them to Sugriva. Jambvant instructed him to just return back after seeing Sita in Lanka. The island was hundred miles away and and added that whoever cross the vast ocean in one leap would accomplish the task. Ram told that he could not make out difference between the two brothers for they were alike. Sugriva was driven out by Vali. At the seashore Sampati brother of Jatayu bumped into Hanuman. Battle between Vali and Sugriva Rama kills Vali by piercing an arrow through his heart Vali accuses Rama of wrongdoing.


Hanumana then sought Jambvant advice. Sugriv told Ram that Bali had received a boon from Brahma, according to which anyone who comes before him will lose half his strength to Bali, thereby making Bali invulnerable to any enemy. Hanuman was joined by Angad, Nala, Kesari and Jambavan as well as many others as they head to the south.

Rama giving ring to Hanuman Now Hanuman and his army of monkeys moved in search of Sita. At that instance, Ram hiding behind a tree injured Bali with his arrow.

Kishkindha Kand – Valmiki Ramayana

Bali was reincarnated as the hunter and archer Jara in Mahabharata Kiishkindha Yug. He took Ravan in his tail and took him around all the world. Hanuman disguised himself as a brahmin but Rama identified him due to his chain around the neck.

Hanuman, Ram and Laxman Rama blessed them for successful accomplishment of their mission.