Bharata delivers the kingdom back to Rama. All arrangements have been made for the grand coronation ceremony of Rama. Rama and Sita are seated on a magnificent throne studded with jewels. Vasishta and other rishis perform abhisheka on Rama with the water brought by the vanaras from four oceans and five hundred rivers. Vasishta puts the crown on Rama’s head. The king of gods sends a garland of jewels to Rama. Rama gives horses, bulls and cows, and thirty crores of gold coins to learned Brahmins. He then gifts a beautiful garland of pearls to Sita. With his permission Sita gifts it to the son of Vayu.
Sri Rama performs hundred Aswamedha sacrifices, and rules the land justly and wisely to the satisfaction of everyone for ten thousand years.
No wonder, the Father of our Nation was greatly inspired by the concept of Ramarajya.