Lakshmana now asks Rama and Sita to come out and see their early history drawn on the terrace of the palace.
And Sita was carried off, weeping bitterly, to the treasurer's palace.
So the robe of bark was taken away from Sita; it was not permitted that she should be put to shame.
When peace was restored, Rama commanded that Sita should be brought forth.
His brother Sugriva is inaugurated as king and determines to assist Rama to recover Sita.
He obtained his wife, Sita, by snapping the bow of her gigantic father.
The narrative declared that Ravan stole only a false phantom of Sita.
Sita then feels tired and lays her head on the arm of her husband and sleeps.
He offered to carry her away with him, but Sita declared that Rama must himself come to her rescue.
Jatayu, the king of birds, beholds Sita carried off by Ravana.