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श्रीकरवीर माहात्म्य

श्रीकरवीर माहात्म्य

करवीरे माहात्म्य पोथीचे पठन केल्याने साक्षात महालक्ष्मीची कृपा होते.
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ŚUKA II(शुक)

  • A messenger of Rāvaṇa. This Śuka had a friend named Sāraṇa. These two persons were expert spies who used to gather secret and important pieces of information from the strongholds of Rāvaṇa's friends and enemies and passed them on to Rāvaṇa. Soon after Śrī Rāma entered Laṅkā, Rāvaṇa sent Śuka and Sāraṇa to Śrī Rāma's camp. After taking a distant view of the surroundings, they entered the camp of Śrī Rāma in the form of monkeys. Taking care not to come within the observation of Vibhīṣaṇa, they went about the military camps, gathering secret information. Just then they were met by Jāmbavān and Hanūmān. After closely observing them for a considerable time, they understood that they were enemy spies. The monkey-heroes promptly seized them and produced them before Sugrīva. Confused and frightened under a shower of questions they sought the protection of Śrī Rāma. While Śrī Rāma was interrogating them, Vibhīṣaṇa happened to come there. At his sight, Śuka and Sāraṇa were alarmed. Grasping the whole situation in an instant, Vibhīṣaṇa kicked both of them when they assumed their former shapes as Rākṣasas. The monkey-leaders sprang at them. The Rākṣasas begged for pardon and prayed for Śrī Rāma's protection. Śrī Rāma forgave them and set them free. [Vālmīki Rāmāyaṇa, Yuddha Kāṇḍa];[ Kamba Rāmāyaṇa, Yuddha Kāṇḍa].  
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