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CONTENTS.
Page
Dedication.
Introduction.
Invocation.
BOOK I.
CANTO i. Narad.
i{._ Brahma's Visit,
iii. The Argument.
j v> __The Rhapsodista.
v. Ayodhya.
vi.The King.
vii.The Ministers,
viii. Sumantra's Speech. ...
ix. Rishyasring.
x. Rishyasring Invited. ...
xi. The Sacrifice Decreed,
xii. The Sacrifice Begun...
xiii. The Sacrifice Finished,
xiv. Ravan Doomed,
xv. The Nectar,
xvi.-The Vanars,
xvii. Rishyasring's Return,
xviii. Rishyasring's Depar-
ture.
x ix. The Birth of thePrinces.
xx. Visvamitra's Visit. ...
xxi. Visvamitra's Speech...
xxii. Dasaratha's Speech....
xxiii. -Vasishtha's Speech,
xxiv. The Spells,
xxv. The Hermitage of Love,
xxvi. The Forest of Tadaka.
xxvii. The Birth of Tadaka.
xxviii. The Death of Tadaka.
xxix. The Celestial Arms. ..
xxx. The Mysterious Powers,
xxxi. The Perfect Hermitage.
xxxii. Visvamitra's Sacrifice,
xxxiii. The Sone.
xxxiv. Brahmadatta.
xxxv. Visvamitra's Lineage,
xxxvi. The Birth of Ganga.
xxxix. The Sons of Sagar.
xl. The 01 caving of the Earth,
xli. Kapil.
xlii. Sagar's Sacrifice.
Page
ANTO xlii i. P>hagi rath. ... 53
xliv. The Descent of Ganga. 54
xlv. The Quest of the Amrit. 56
xlvi. Diti's Hope. ... 58
xlvii. Sumati. ... 59
xlviii. Indra and Ahalya. 60
xlix. Ahalya Freed. ... 61
1. Janak. ... 6l
li. Visvamitra. ... 62
Iii. Vasishtha's Feast. ... 63
liii. Visvamitra's Request. 64
liv. The Battle. ... 65
lv. The Hermitage Burnt. 66
Ivi. Visvamitra's Vow. ... 67
Ivii. Trisanku. ... 68
Iviii. Trisanku Cursed. ... 69
lix. The Sons of Vasishtha. 70
Ix. Trisanku's Ascension. ... 71
Ixi. Sunahsepha. ... 72
Ixii. Ambarisha's Sacrifice. 73
Ixiii. Menaka. ... 74
Ixiv. Rambha. ... 75
Ixv. Visvamitra's Triumph. 76
Ixvi. Janak's Speech. ... 77
Ixvii. The Breaking of the
Bow.
Ixviii. The Envoys' Speech.
Ixix. Dasaratha's Visit. ...
Ixx. The Maidens Sought.
Ixxi. Janak's Pedigree. ...
Ixxii. The Gift of Kine. ...
Ixxiii. The Nuptials.
Ixxiv. Rama with the Axe.
Ixxv. The Parle.
Ixxvi. Debarred from
Heaven,
Ixxvii. Bharat's Departure.
BOOK II.
CANTO i. The Heir Apparent. ...
ii. The People's Speech. ...
iii. Dasaratha's Precepts. ...
iv. Rama Summoned,
v. Rama's Fast,
vi. The City Decorated. ...
vii. Manthara's Lament. ...

Page
CANTO viii. Manthara's Speech. ... 97
ix. The Plot. ... 98
x. Dasaratha's Speech. ... 100
xi. The Queen's Demand. ... 102
xii. Dagaratha's Lament. ... 103
xiii. Uaaaratha's Distress. 106
xiv. Rama Summoned. ... 107
xv. Tlie Preparations. ... 109
xvi. Rama Summoned. ... Ill
xvii. Rama's Approach. ... 112
xviii. The Sentence. ... 113
xix. Rama's Promise. ... 114
xx. Kausalya's Lament. ... 116
xxi. Kausalya Calmed. ... 118
xxii. Lakshman Calmed. ... 120
xxii. Lakshman's Anger. 121
xxiv. Kausalya Calmed. ... 122
xxv. Kausalya s Blessing. 124
xxvi. Alone with Sita. ... 125
xxvii. Sita's Speech. ... 126
xxviii. The Dangers of the
Wood 127
xxix. Sita's Appeal. ... 128
xxx. The Triumph of Love. 129
xxxi, Lakshman's Prayer. 131
xxxii. The Gift of the
Treasures 132
xxxiii. The People's Lament. 133
xxxiv. llama in the Palace. 134
xxxv. Kaikeyi Reproached. 136
xxxvi. Siddharth's Speech. 137
xxxvii. The Coats of Bark. 138
xxxviii. Care for Kausalya. 139
xxxix. Counsel to Sita. ... 140
xl. Rama's Departure. ... 141
xli. The Citizens' Lament. 143
xlii. Dasaratha's Lament. 144
xliii. Kausalya's Lament. 145
xliv. Sumitra's Speech. ... 143
xlv. The Tamasa. ... 147
xlvi. The Halt 148
xlvii. The Citizens' Return. 149
xlviii. The Women's Lament 150
xlix. The Crossing of the
Rivers lol
. The Halt under the Ingudi. 15 1
H. Lakshman's Lament. ... 153
Hi. The Crossing of Ganga. 153
liii. Rama's Lament. ... 157
liv. Bharai vaj a'a Hennitage.153
Page
CANTO lv. The Passage of YamunA. 159
Ivi. Ohitrakuta 161
Ivii. Sumantra's Return. 102
Iviii. Rama's Message. ... 163
lix Dasaratha's Lament. 164
Ix. Kausalya Consoled. ... 165
Ixi Kauaalya's Lament. ... 166
Ixii. Dasaratha Consoled. 167
Ixiii. The Hermit's Son ... 168
Ixiv. Daaaratha's Death. 170
Ixv. The Women's Lament. 172
Ixvi, The Embalming. ... 173
Ixvii. The Praise of Kings. 174
Ixviii. The Envoys. ... 175
Ixix. Bharat's Dream. ... 176
Ixx. Bharat's Departure. 177
Ixxi. Bharat's Return. ... 178
Ixxii. Bharat's Inquiry. ... 180
Ixxiii. Kaikeyi Reproached. 181
Ixxiv.Bharat's Lament ... 182
Ixxv. The Abjuration. ... 183
Ixxvi. The Funeral. ... 185
Ixxvii. The Gathering of the
Ashes 186
Ixxviii. Manthara Punished. 187
Ixxix. Bharat's Commands. 188
Ixxx. The Way Prepared. 188
Ixxxi. The Assembly. ... 189
Ixxxii. The Departure. ... 190
Ixxxiii. The Journey Begun. 191
Ixxxiv. Guha's Auger. ... 192
Ixxxv. Guhaand Bharat. 192
Ixxxvi. Guha's Speech. ... 193
Ixxxvii. Guha's Story ... 194
Ixxxviii. The Ingudi Tree. 195
Ixxxix. The Passage of
Ganga 193
xc. The Hermitage. ... 197
xci. Bharadvaja's Feast .. 197
xcii. Bharat's Farewell. ... 200
xciii. Chitrakuta in Sight. 201
xciv. Chitrakuta. ... 202
xcv. Mandakini 203
xcvi. The Magic Shaft. ... 204
xcvii. Lakshman's Anger. 206
xcviii. Lakshman Calmed. 207
xcix, Bharat's Approach. 208
c. The Meeting 209
ci. Bharat Questioned. ... 210
cii, Bharat's Tidings. ... 211

CONTENTS.
CANTO ciii. The Funeral Libation
c iv t The Meeting with the
Queens
cv. Rama's Speech
cvi. Bharat's Speech,
cvii. Rama's Speech,
cviii. Javali's Speech,
cix. The Praises of Truth,
ex. The Sons of Ikshvaku.
cxi. Counsel to Bharat. ...
cxii. The Sandals
cxiii. Bharat's Return. ...
cxiv.Bharat's Departure,
cxv. Nandigram
cxvi. The Hermit's Speech
cxvii. Anasuya.
cxviii. Anasuya's Gifts,
cxix. The Forest.
BOOK III.
TO i. The Hermitage,
ii. Viradha.
iii. Viradha Attacked,
iv. Viradha's Death.
v. Sarabhanga.
vi. Rama's Promise,
vii. Sutikshna.
viii. The Hermitage,
ix, Sita's Speech.
x. Rama's Reply,
xi. Agastya.
xii. The Heavenly Bow.
xiii. Agastya's Counsel,
xiv. Jatayus.
xv. Pane hav ati.
xvi. Winter,
x vii. Surpanakha.
xviii. The Mutilation.
xix, The Rousing of Khara.
xx. The Giants' Death,
xxi. The Rousing of Khara.
xxii. Khara's Wrath,
xxiii. The Omens,
xxiv. The Host in Sight,
xxv. The Battle,
xxvi. Dushan's Death,
xxvii. The Death of Trisiras.
xxviii. Khara Dismounted,
xxix. Khara's Defeat,
xxx. Khara's Death.
Page
Page
, 211
CANTO xxxi. Ravan. ... 265
xxxii. Ravan Roused. ... 267
 
xxxiii. Surpanakha's Speech. 268
 
xxxiv. Surpanakha's Speech. 269
 
xxxv. Ravan's Journey. ... 270
 
xxxvi. Ravan's Speech. ... 271
 
xxxvii. Marie ha's Speech. 272
 
xxxviii. Marieha's Speech. 273
 
xxxix. Marioha's Speech. 274
 
xl. Ravan's Speech. ... 275
 
xli.Mancha's Reply. ' ... 276
 
xlii. Maricha Transformed. 277
 
xliii. The Wondrous Deer. 278
 
xliv. Maricha's Death. ... 280
i. 225
xlv. Lakshman's Departure. 281
 
xlvi. The Guest. ... 282
 
xlvii. Ravan's Wooing. 284
 
xlviii. Ravan's Speech. ... 285
xlix . The Rape of Sita. ... 286
. Jatayus. ... 288
, 229
. The Combat. ... 289
. 230
Iii. Ravan's Flight. ... 290
. 231
liii. Sita's Threats. ... 292
. 232
liv. Lanka. ... 293
. 233
Iv. Sita in Prison. ... 294
 
Ivi. Sita's Disdain. ... 295
. 236
Ivii. Sita Comforted. ... 293
. 237
Iviii. The Brothers' Meeting. 297
. 237
lix. Rama's Return. .. 298
. 239
Ix. Lakshman Reproved. 299
. 239
]xi. .Rama's Lament. ... 300
. 243
Ixii. Rama's Lament. ... 301
. 244
Ixiii. Rama's Lament. ... 302
. 245
Ixiv. Rama's Lament. ... 303
. 247
Ixv. Rama's Wrath. ... 304
. 248
Ixvi. Lakshman's Speech. 306
 
Ixvii. Rama Appeased. ... 307
 
Ix viii. Jatayus. ... 308
i. 251
Ixix. The Death of Jatayus. 309
 
Ixx. Kabandha. ... 310
i. 253
Ixxi. Kabandha's Speech. 312
 
Ixxii. Kabandha's Tale. ... 312
 
Ixxiii. Kabandha's Counsel. 314
 
Ixxiv. Kabandha's Death. 315
 
Ixxv. avari. 316
 
Ixxvi. Pampa 317
ts. 260
. 261
BOOK IV.
, 262
CANTO i. Rama's Lament. ... 319
, 263
ii.Sugriva's Alarm. ... 324

Page
CANTO Ixxv.The Night Attack. . . 434
xciii. Ravan's Lament. ... 485
xcvi. Ravan's Sally. ... 486
c. Ravan in the Field. ... 487
ci. Lakshman's Fall. ... 487
cii. Lakshman Healed. ... 4S8
ciii. Indra's Car. ... 488
cvi. Glory to the Sun. ... 489
cviii The Battle. ... 490
cix. The Battle ... 491
ex. llavan's Death. ... 491
cxi. Vibhishan's Lament ... 491
cxii. The Rakshas Dames. 492
cxiii. Mandodari's Lament. 492
cxiv. Vibhishan Conse-
crated. ' ... 493
cxv. Sita's Joy. ... 494
cxvi. The Meeting. ... 495
cxvii. Sita's Disgrace. ... 495
CANTO cxviii. Sita's Keply.
cxix. Glory to Vishnu. ...
cxx. Sita Restored.'
cxxi. Dasaratha
cxxii. Indra's Boon,
cxxiii. The Magic Car. ...
cxxiv. The Departure.
cxxv. The Return.
cxxvi. Bharat Consoled. ...
cxxvii Rama's Message
cxxviii. Hanuiuan's Story,
cxxix. The Meeting with
Bharat.
cxxx. The Consecration.
APPENDIX
Uttarakanda.
Additional Notes.
Index of Principal Names.