Death of Khumbkaran

Seeing the destruction of his army by the enormous Kumbhakarna, Rama turned to him with his bow and arrow. There was a fierce battle between the two.

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Seeing the destruction of his army by the enormous Kumbhakarna, Rama turned to him with his bow and arrow. There was a fierce battle between the two. In the end Rama used his amogh arrows (that never miss their mark) to kill Kumbhakarna and broke his body into two pieces.

Ravana lamented the death of his brave, beloved brother. His sons Atikaya, Narantaka and Devantaka tried to console him. They told him that he should be assured by their presence. We will destroy Rama and his entire army in the battlefield they said so Ravana allowed them to go to battle.

Atikaya, Narantaka and Devantaka entered the battlefield with blood curdling roars and angry cries.

Lakshman came forward to prevent the killing of their forces. Atikaya challenged Lakshman to fight. There was a terrible battle but in the end, Narantaka and Devantaka were killed.

Death of Khumbkaran, Ramayana – The Epic Story

Maharishi Valmiki
Valmiki (Sanskrit: वाल्मीकि, Vālmīki) is celebrated as the harbinger-poet in Sanskrit literature. The epic Ramayana, dated variously from 5th century BCE to first century BCE, is attributed to him, based on the attribution in the text itself. He is revered as Ādi Kavi, the first poet, author of Ramayana, the first epic poem.
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