Baby Rama, an incarnation of the god Vishnu, plays with his half-brother, Lakshman.
The sage Vishvamitra teaches Rama and Lakshman how to harness the weapons of the gods.
Rama marries Sita, a beautiful princess who is an avatar in her own right.
Rama's jealous stepmother banishes him to the jungle for 14 years.
Lakshman, Sita, and Rama enjoy gifts from the forest yogis.
The evil Ravana abducts Sita and carries her away to Lanka, the land of the demons.
Rama and Lakshman enlist the help of a black bear and two friendly monkeys.
The monkey Hanuman remembers that he's the son of the wind god and suddenly grows into a giant.
Rama's army faces off against Ravana's demon hordes.
Rama slays Ravana, wiping evil off the face of the earth.
Sita emerges from the fire and reunites with her husband.
Rama and Sita take their rightful places on the throne, reining over a new era of peace and prosperity.
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