despite blabbering at the horse's strange action, discreetly
introspected over his action. Then illumination dawned upon him that
his indifference to Lord Sri Rama was the cause of this mysterious
phenomenon. Poor steed: He was only to be blamed than his mount. He
at once alighted and went straight into the temple. He made amends
by offering special pujas. Later resumed his emergent duty. He
turned a great Rama bhakta like that of Vibheeshana soon.
spotlights Sri Rama's boundless grace for bhaktas and justifies the
claim of the epithet karunaikasindhu applied to him. He illumines
and guides his devotees at the right time in right manner. He is
Dharma, and Dharmadevata too emulated him showering encomiums on
him. Thus, this temple is supremely famous for demonstrating to the
world Rama's ennobling virtues of asritarakashana and dustasikshana.
And lo! they are inscribed in gold on the glittering pages of
history. So neither can they be contradicted, nor erased by any. If
the unbridled tongues of atheists or rationalists grow eloquent, Sri
Rama chuckling heartily illumines their minds to retract their ways,
if regretted. Else Dooms day decides what they deserved.