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28 Aug

What happened to Ravana after his death?

Everyone is fascinated by discovering the Ramayana's underlying details. Many said signs and evidence pertaining to the Ramayana and Lord Rama are still allegedly extant in Sri Lanka, and everyone is curious about them.


 Many realities about Ravana and Lord Shri Ram are revealed at this location. The tenth day, known as Vijayadashami, after Navratri, is when Dussehra is celebrated. On the day of Dashami, Lord Rama is said to have destroyed Ravana.

According to a study, there are around 50 locations with Ramayana origins. This study suggests that Ravana's dead body is still secure in a highland cave. This cave may be found in the region's thick trees in Raglan, Sri Lanka. The death of Ravana by Lord Shri Ram is reported to have taken place more than 10,000 years ago.

The cave where Ravana's remains are preserved is located in the Ragla woods at an altitude of 8,000 feet. Here, Ravana's body is mummified and preserved in a coffin.

It has a unique coating on it, which has preserved its appearance over a long period. The International Ramayana Research Center of Sri Lanka conducted this study. According to this story, the body of Ravana is reportedly preserved in a casket that is 18 feet long and 5 feet broad. It's also rumoured that Ravana's magnificent treasure is hidden underneath this casket. Numerous dreadful creatures, including a vicious snake, defend this wealth.

It's said that after killing Ravana, Lord Rama gave Vibhishana custody of the body so that he might perform the funeral ceremonies. But Ravana's last rituals were not carried out by Vibhishana since he was eager to ascend the throne and depart the body.

The people of Nagkul are reported to have carried Ravana's body after this because they thought his death was temporary and that he would soon reincarnate. But it never transpired. After that, he mummified Ravana's corpse to preserve it for a long time.

Additionally, it has been asserted in the investigation as to where Ravana's Pushpak Vimana and Ashok Vatika were located. Additionally, it has been asserted that Lord Hanuman's footsteps are there. However, none of these claims has yet been proven to be true.