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Three- and seven-storied mansions lined the wide straight streets. The Kosalas had no enemies and Ayodhya was unconquerable. Flowers grew all over. Long-tusked elephants walked the streets wearing bells on their necks. There were rows of full shops with open doors, pale white palaces, and lordly trees; rattling chariots drove by and there was music; foreign cara­ vans came bringing merchants and rich tribute from lesser kings. Fair Ayodhya was filled with warriors, like a mountain cave filled with lions; her warriors were impatient and deadly to foes.

Ten thousand years and Ravana's life were about to end together. Ravana held the knife to his throat, when Brahma ap­ peared and said, "Stop! " "I am glad that I please you," said Ravana. " said Brahma. ''Your will is dreadful, too strong to be neglected ; like a bad disease I must treat it. Your pains make me burt. " said Brabma quickly. He gave Ravana back his burnt beads better looking than before. They rose living from the ashes and settled on Ravana's necks. Ravana smiled and smoothed down his black moustaches.

Then one cloudy winter's day, at noon, the heavenly sage Narada, the inventor of music, born from Brahma's mind, flew from heaven to Valmiki and said, "Come out! " "It's too cold," answered Valmiki. "Away with the worlds, where a little pleasure costs a lot of pain. " "Would I ever? " Narada knelt and looked in Valmiki's eyes. " said Narada. " "Rama rules as King in Ayodhya. He is born in the Solar race and a descendant of the Sun ; he is brave and gentle and firm in fight. By Rama's command his adorable Queen Sita is being brought here into the forest on a chariot, and though she suspects nothing yet, here she will be left abandoned.

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