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Grindmill songs of Maharashtra — Song #990 by Hundare Hira

Village: देवघर - Deoghar

A:I-1.9e (A01-01-09e) - Sītā / Kaikeyī, the heinous mother-in-law / Kaikeyī draws Rāvaṇ’s portrait on the wall

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कैकयी कवसल्या आळ घेती सीतेवरी
लंकेचा रावण त्यांनी काढीला भिंतीवरी
kaikayī kavasalyā āḷa ghētī sītēvarī
laṅkēcā rāvaṇa tyānnī kāḍhīlā bhintīvarī
Kaikeyi and Kausalya suspect Sita and puts the blame on her
They draw a picure of Lanka*’s Ravan* on the wall
▷ (कैकयी)(कवसल्या) here_comes (घेती)(सीतेवरी)
▷ (लंकेचा) Ravan (त्यांनी)(काढीला)(भिंतीवरी)
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LankaThe name given in Hindu epics to the island fortress capital of the legendary asura king Ravana in the epics of the Ramayana and the Mahabharata. The fortress was situated on a plateau between three mountain peaks known as the Trikuta Mountains. The site of Lanka is identified with Sri Lanka.
RavanA devotee of Shiva, an asura king of ancient Lanka, he is depicted as a great scholar, a Brahmin, a capable ruler and a maestro of the veena (plucked stringed instrument). He is also described as an extremely powerful king and has ten heads.

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