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“O best of the monkeys, bring here soon my husband along with Lakshmana and the army troops. O chief of the monkeys, I have been suffering grief for a long time because of Rama, so in this way bring happiness to me.” (Sita Devi, Valmiki Ramayana, Sundara Kand, 37.66)

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Mr. Reliable

“O chief of the Vanaras, who can withstand Rama, the destroyer in battle, fixed in determination like the elephants of the quarters of the earth, whose arrows resemble the rays of the sun at the end of a yuga, along with Lakshmana?” (Sita Devi, Valmiki Ramayana, Sundara Kand, 37.65)

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Fixed In Orbit

“O chief of the Vanaras, who can withstand Rama, the destroyer in battle, fixed in determination like the elephants of the quarters of the earth, whose arrows resemble the rays of the sun at the end of a yuga, along with Lakshmana?” (Sita Devi, Valmiki Ramayana, Sundara Kand, 37.65)

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“I have both heard about and seen the power of that great-soul in destroying His enemies on the battlefield. Neither the demigods, nor the Gandharvas, nor the serpents, nor the Rakshasas are equal to Him in conflict.” (Sita Devi speaking to Hanuman, Valmiki Ramayana, Sundara Kand, 37.63)

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“If Rama kills the ten-headed one along with his relatives and then departs taking me, that would be suitable for him.” (Sita Devi speaking to Hanuman, Valmiki Ramayana, Sundara Kand, 37.62)

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“O best of the monkeys, how could any other ordinary person reach this land, crossing the immeasurable ocean?” (Sita Devi, Valmiki Ramayana, Sundara Kand, 37.41)

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“Seeing the son of the wind in that terrific form, the daughter of Janaka spoke: ‘O great monkey, I know of your valiance and strength, your movement like the wind, and your amazing brilliance like fire.’” (Valmiki Ramayana, Sundara Kand, 37.39-40)

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“These reasons are enough to give up your hesitation, O Devi. Of steady mind, O Vaidehi, remove the grief of Rama and Lakshmana.” (Hanuman, Valmiki Ramayana, Sundara Kand, 37.38)

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“Resembling a mountain, with a coppery-red face and teeth and nails with might like a thunderbolt, that monkey in the fearful form spoke to Vaidehi: ‘I have the potency to carry with me this entire Lanka, along with its mountains, deep forests, decorated arches, defensive walls and also its king.’” (Valmiki Ramayana, Sundara Kand, 37.36-37)

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Like Mount Meru

“That best of monkeys appeared like Mount Meru, shining brightly, as he stood in front of Sita.” (Valmiki Ramayana, Sundara Kand, 37.35)

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