Rama gives Hanuman his ring, as a token of identity to be shown to Sita; a modern Madhubani

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(downloaded Sept. 2008)

En route to Lanka, Hanuman makes himself tiny and flies into a demoness's mouth, in order to kill her

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(downloaded Dec. 2002)

Hanuman finds Sita in the ashoka grove, and shows her Rama's ring

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In the Ashoka-vatika: Hanuman has brought Rama's ring as a token of identity (a modern painting by Kailash Raj)

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(downloaded Oct. 2004)

Hanuman promises her that help is on the way; a modern Madhubani painting by Pushpa Kumari

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(downloaded July 2001)

Hanuman's visit, in bazaar art with a Marathi caption, early 1900's

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A modern bazaar art version

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Hanuman then allows himself to be captured by Ravana, who sets his tail on fire; bazaar art, c.1910's

Source: Dec. 2006

Lanka Dahan: Hanuman uses his burning tail to set all Lanka on fire; a modern Madhubani painting

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(downloaded June 2002)

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