A Comical, Whimsical Twist to Diwali Mythology!

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Published on November 7, 2012

Author: JuliaSingh



The story of Ram and Sita, narrated by Goddess Laxmi: The story of Ram and Sita, narrated by Goddess Laxmi PowerPoint Presentation: The King of Ayodhya, Dasaratha, had four sons Ram, Laxman, Bharat and Satrugan by three different wives. PowerPoint Presentation: The oldest one was Ram, a noble prince, an embodiment of righteousness and a brave warrior. PowerPoint Presentation: Ram married to a lovely princess Sita, the daughter of King Janak, an epitome of beauty and purity. PowerPoint Presentation: When Ram married Sita, the old King decided to give up the throne and let his son take over. PowerPoint Presentation: The old king’s youngest wife, Kaikeyee, tricked him and asked for the throne for her son, Bharat, and to send Ram for fourteen years of exile. PowerPoint Presentation: Ram, Sita, and Lakshman went to live in the forest. PowerPoint Presentation: The forest was surrounded by all sorts of dangers. Every time Ram went to hunt, he would leave Sita in a magic circle that protected her. PowerPoint Presentation: Ravana, the Demon King with ten heads, heard of Sita's divine beauty and goodness. And planned to kidnap her. PowerPoint Presentation: By magic, Ravana conjured up a golden flown. She asked Ram to capture it. PowerPoint Presentation: The demon king disguised himself as an old sage and tricked Sita. PowerPoint Presentation: Ravana kidnapped her and flew away on his chariot back to his island, Lanka. PowerPoint Presentation: PowerPoint Presentation: Ram and Lakshman searched for Sita for many months. And Sita kept waiting for her prince to rescue her. PowerPoint Presentation: Evil Ravana tormented and tortured Sita. PowerPoint Presentation: When Ram could not find Sita, he asked Hanuman, king of the monkey for help. Hanuman found her whereabouts. PowerPoint Presentation: Hanuman burnt Lanka to rescue Sita. PowerPoint Presentation: But she refused to go with him. Sita wanted her man to rescue her. PowerPoint Presentation: Hanuman, Ram, and Lakshman prepared themselves for battle. PowerPoint Presentation: Then came her prince for a battle and put an end to the evil. PowerPoint Presentation: And Ram rescued Sita. PowerPoint Presentation: Finally, Ram killed Ravana. PowerPoint Presentation: And they returned to Ayodhya. PowerPoint Presentation: Diwali, the festival of lights and lamps, marks the arrival of Ram and Sita’s to Ayodhya. PowerPoint Presentation: PowerPoint Presentation: On auspicious day of Diwali, people also celebrate and welcome the arrival of Laxmi, the Goddess of good fortune, to their houses.,gods,art,goddess,lakshmi-960a7f354a97092b724c464d1d2f2c65_h.jpg PowerPoint Presentation: Image Source: “Sita Sings The Blues” Wish you all a happy and prosperous Diwali!

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