Jatayu informed Lord Rama about Sita. Along the way, he and his brother Laxman meet Hanuman, (the monkey God known for his devoted love towards his Master Lord Rama) and his companions – Sugreev and Jambavant. Lord Rama recognises his devoted disciple Hanuman immediately as they meet in person.
Along with Hanuman, Lord Rama, Sugreev, his monkey clan – army come to their aid. To build a bridge that connects India and Lanka over the Ocean. The stones are magically placed and float on water, after each one writes “Sri Ram” on each stone, forming an unbreakable bridge. A squirrel also help Lord Rama in building this bridge. Lord Rama, with his compassionate and loving heart, strokes the back of the squirrel out of tender love, and that’s how the squirrel gets her stripes.
As they complete the bridge – Lord Rama reaches Lanka, and wages a massive war against the wicked evil demon king Ravana. The battle goes on for a long time, Lord Rama defeating Ravana’s son, other companions – and finally slaying Ravana, the 10-headed demon – finally banishing the evil King (Dusshera, the Victory of Good over Evil).
Lord Rama finally reunites with his Beloved wife and Twin Flame Sita. They both come back to India with his army, to his Kingdom Ayodhya after completing the exile, happily. They are welcomed home joyously with pomp, lighting the mud lamps in their honour and homecoming (Diwali).