Ahalya, the wife of sage Gautama Maharishi, was cursed to become a stone for her infidelity. However, she was redeemed by Lord Rama's touch, regaining her human form and reuniting with her husband. This story symbolizes the power of devotion and God's grace.
The story of the Dhobi in the Ramayana leads to the separation of Lord Rama and Sita, as Rama, despite knowing her purity, banishes her from the kingdom to uphold moral and ethical standards. Sita gives birth to twin sons and raises them in the forest. This story highlights the societal pressures and sacrifices made by Rama and Sita for the sake of their subjects, as well as the concept of 'Raj Dharma' that Rama adhered to.