Legends of Anaranya
According to the Ramayana, many kings submitted to Ravana without fighting, but when Anaranya was challenged and summoned to submit, he chose to fight. He along with his army was defeated, and he was thrown away from his chariot. He cursed Ravana that one day Lord Vishnu will take form as the prince of Ayodhya and will kill him and he died. Ravana put his foot on the prostrate body of Anaranya, and at this point the defeated king retorted that he had been beaten by fate, not by Ravana, and predicted the death of Ravana at the hands of Lord Rama, a descendant of Anaranya.
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