Meanwhile in Lanka, Ravana refused to listen to the wise counsel of his younger brother, Vibheeshana. Vibheeshana knew that if war broke out, it would mean the end of the demon race. But Vibheeshana’s words hurt Ravana’s ego and he accused Vibheeshana of being a traitor. Hurt by this, Vibheeshana went to Rama, and sort refuge under him Sri Rama accepted Vibheeshana. And promised him that, upon Ravana’s death he would be the king of Lanka. Vibheeshana asks Rama to pray to the Sea God to build a bridge across the ocean. Rama prays for a whole day but there is no response from the Sea god. Rama gets dejected he gets angry, and gets ready to attack the ocean. Then suddenly the sea God emerges, and asks Rama to build the bridge over the sea. The vanaras build the bridge across the sea by placing stones, trees and sand. The bridge was ready in five days. Cheering with excitement, the vanara army crossed the sea, and reached Lanka. Ravana sent many more demons, who were very good at warfare. A fierce battle broke out, between the vanaras and the demons. Each one of the vanaras fought bravely, and injured or killed many demons. The demons fought equally well. Ravana felt very humiliated. Ravana now woke up the sleeping giant Kumbakarna. He was Ravana’s brother. He ate for six months and slept for six months. Ravana knew that only he could save Lanka from ruin. When Kumbakarna came to know that he was woken up because of the war he walked towards the battlefield. He was very huge and massive, the vanaras were terrified of his size and form They were no match for him After seeing the panic in the vanaras, Rama rose to face Kumbakarna. A fierce battle was waged. Rama used one of his powerul weapons and chopped Kumbakarna’s arms and legs, Kumabakarna died. The vanaras felt very happy at the success.