Then Rama took up the Brahma weapon which was presented to him by Agastya. The wind lay in its wings, the Sun and Fire in its head, in its mass the weight of Meru and with the chanting of Vedic mantras, Rama set it on his bow and loosed it, and it sped to its target and cleft the breast of Ravana, and, bathed in blood, returned and entered the quiver of Rama humbly. Thus, the lord of the rakshasas, the king of Lanka was slain, and the gods rained flowers on the car of Rama and chanted hymns of praise since their desired end was then accomplished. For that end Lord Vishnu had taken human form by taking birth as Rama in the kingdom of Ayodhya and as the son of Dasaratha and Kaushalya. Then the heaven became peaceful, the air became clear and bright, and the sun shone cloudless on the battlefield.
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