- When Raavarn went out to conquer the world, he killed Vidyujjihv during the fight with the daanavs in his fad. He realized the terrible he committed and so deported Shurpnakha to Dandkaranya to come out of his guilt. Shurpnakha was agitated but remained silent knowing her brother's strength.
- According to the legend, when Shurpnakha saw the first glimpse of Shri Ram, she was attracted towards him right there. She was an old-old lady whose contour was gruesome and he was in his mid thirties, whose persona could melt any heart. She approached him in a beautiful woman's guise bound in her lust, but her enchantment failed as Shri Ram showed no interest in her.
- When she failed to attract even Lakshmarn, her lust turned into frustration and she attacked Devi Sita to clear the interruptions. We all know what happened next, with Shri Ram's command, Lakshmarn sliced her nose and ears.
Still, she went to Raavarn and asked him to avenge her humiliation, she went further and told him about Devi Sita. Raavarn, a womanizer and known for his lechery, instantly fell for her words and was mesmerized with the description Shurpnakha gave about Devi Sita.
See you next thursday.
"Truth has only one shade, divine white; humans tend to color it in their accordance"'सियाराम'
Grammar Gyan -
Shurpnakha - sh-oorp-nakh-aa
Vishrava - vish-rav-aa
Kaiksi - kai-k-see
Brahmarn - brah-m-urn, here n will be silent
Rakshasi - raak-chas-ee
Raavarn - raa-varn, here n will be silent
Kumbhkarn - kum-bh-karn, here n will be silent
Vibhisharn - v-bhee-shern, here n will be silent
Vidyujjihv - vidyu-jivh
Ashm - ush-m
Lakshmarn - luc-sh-m-urn, here n will be silent
Shri - sh-ree
Khar - kha-r