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The “War of Lanka” refers to the epic battle depicted in the Hindu epic, the Ramayana. In the Ramayana, the kingdom of Lanka, ruled by the demon king Ravana, becomes the central focus of the conflict between the virtuous Prince Rama and the evil Ravana.

The story begins when Ravana, driven by his desire for power and the beautiful Princess Sita, kidnaps her and takes her to his kingdom of Lanka. In response, Prince Rama, accompanied by his loyal brother Lakshmana and an army of monkeys and bears, sets out to rescue Sita and defeat Ravana.

The war between Rama’s forces and Ravana’s army is fierce and epic, with numerous battles, strategies, and supernatural elements. Eventually, Rama emerges victorious, aided by the divine intervention of various gods and goddesses.

The “War of Lanka” is a significant and dramatic episode in the Ramayana, symbolizing the eternal struggle between good and evil, righteousness and unrighteousness. It is celebrated in Hindu culture as the triumph of dharma (righteousness) over adharma (unrighteousness) and continues to be retold and revered in various forms of literature, art, and religious observance.

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The "War of Lanka" refers to the epic battle depicted in the Hindu epic, the Ramayana. In the Ramayana, the kingdom of Lanka, ruled by the demon king Ravana, becomes the central focus of the conflict between the virtuous Prince Rama and the evil Ravana. The story begins when Ravana, driven by his desire for power and the beautiful Princess Sita, kidnaps her and takes her to his kingdom of Lanka. In response, Prince Rama, accompanied by his loyal brother Lakshmana and an army of monkeys and bears, sets out to rescue Sita and defeat Ravana. The war between Rama's forces and Ravana's army is fierce and epic, with numerous battles, strategies, and supernatural elements. Eventually, Rama emerges victorious, aided by the divine intervention of various gods and goddesses. The "War of Lanka" is a significant and dramatic episode in the Ramayana, symbolizing the eternal struggle between good and evil, righteousness and unrighteousness. It is celebrated in Hindu culture as the triumph of dharma (righteousness) over adharma (unrighteousness) and continues to be retold and revered in various forms of literature, art, and religious observance.

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The "War of Lanka" refers to the epic battle depicted in the Hindu epic, the Ramayana. In the Ramayana, the kingdom of Lanka, ruled by the demon king Ravana, becomes the central focus of the conflict between the virtuous Prince Rama and the evil Ravana. The story begins when Ravana, driven by his desire for power and the beautiful Princess Sita, kidnaps her and takes her to his kingdom of Lanka. In response, Prince Rama, accompanied by his loyal brother Lakshmana and an army of monkeys and bears, sets out to rescue Sita and defeat Ravana. The war between Rama's forces and Ravana's army is fierce and epic, with numerous battles, strategies, and supernatural elements. Eventually, Rama emerges victorious, aided by the divine intervention of various gods and goddesses. The "War of Lanka" is a significant and dramatic episode in the Ramayana, symbolizing the eternal struggle between good and evil, righteousness and unrighteousness. It is celebrated in Hindu culture as the triumph of dharma (righteousness) over adharma (unrighteousness) and continues to be retold and revered in various forms of literature, art, and religious observance.

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