Lord Rama


Lord Rama










Hindu God Lord Rama is the 7th incarnation of Hindu God lord Vishnu and the central figure of the Ramayana (Ramayan) epic. The Ramayan is the very soul of India. It is a complete guide to God-realization, the path to which lies in righteousness. The ideals of man are beautifully portrayed in it. Everyone should emulate those ideals and grow into ideal human beings and ideal citizens.

Hindu God Lord Rama took birth to free the earth from the cruelty and sins of the demon King Ravana (Ravan). Ravana had practiced austerities in order to propitiate Lord Shiva and Lord Brahma, who had granted him immunity from being killed by gods, gandharvas or demons. One of the gods had to take on a human form in order to be able to defeat Ravana.

Hind God Lord Rama was born as the first son of Dasharatha, king of Ayodhya. Rama's mother was Kausilya. Lord Rama had three brothers : Bharata (Bharat) born from the second wife Kaikeyi, and Lakshmana (Lakshman) and Shatrughna born from the third wife Sumitra.

One day Saint Vishwamitra visited Ayodhya and asked Dashratha to send Lord Rama and Lakshmana with him because the Yakshini (demon) Tarka - with her two sons Mareech and Subahu - were terrifying him and the other saints at his ashram. They were not letting them worship and meditate. Lord Rama went with Lakshmana and Vishwamitra to kill Tarka. On the way to Saint Vishwamitra's ashram there was a dense forest. When they entered the forest Tarka came to kill them but Lord Rama killed her and her son Subahu with a weapon given to him by Vishwamitra. Lord Rama also shot an arrow at Mareech and threw him 100 yojan far away.

Later Lord Rama went with Saint Vishwamitr to Mithila where the wise King Janak ruled. King Janak had organized a svayamvaraa (an acient custom wherein the bride chose her husband of her own accord from amongst a number of suitors). It was announced that whosoever will bend the bow of Lord Shiva will marry King Janak's daughter Sita. Sita was an incarnation of Lakshmi, the consort of Lord Vishnu. But none of the suitors was able to lift Lord Shiva's bow, except Rama. Lord Rama lifted the bow with his one hand and bended it so hard that it even broke.

So Lord Rama got married to Sita, and his brothers got happily married to Sita's sisters. After returning and living happily in Ayodhya the old King Dashrath decided that it was time to give his kingdom to his beloved son Rama. There Kaikeyi, the third and youngest wife of the King, claimed the throne for her son Bharat. A long time before the young Queen had saved the King's life and he had promised to fulfill her two wishes. Manthara, the crooked and evil-minded maid-servant of Kaikeyi influenced the queen to claim her wishes now in favor of her son and to request Dashrath to banish Lord Rama from the kingdom for fourteen years, and to install Bharat on the throne instead. The King was shocked, his heart was broken, but he knew that truth is the highest Dharm, and that he had to fulfill his promise to his wife. So Lord Rama went to exile happily, knowing that to obey and serve his father was the highest duty of a son.

After Lord Rama left to the forest, Dashrath died from the pangs of separation from his beloved son Rama. Bharat went to the forest to meet his brother Rama and to request him to come back to Ayodhya. When hindu god lord Rama refused to return, in honor of the promise to his father, Bharat took Ram's "khadau" (wooden sandals) and placed them symbolically on Ayodhya's throne. Until his brother returned from the exile Bharat served the kingdom as a true and honest caretaker of Lord Rama.

Once Surpnakha, the sister of Ravana, passed by the place where Lord Rama was living. She saw Lord Rama and became impressed by his beauty. She transformed herself into a beautiful lady and went to God Rama and asked him to marry her. When God Ram refused and told her he is already married to Goddess Sita, she became angry. Coming back to her original form she ran towards Sita to kill her. When Lakshman saw that he cut her nose and one ear. Surpnakha then send her brother Khardushan with fourteen thousand rakshasas to avenge her. But all were killed by Lord Rama.

Surpnakha now sought vengeance through her older brother Ravana, but only got his interest by pointing out that the beautiful Goddess Sita would be a fitting wife for him. Ravana lured God Rama and Lakshman away from Goddess Sita by sending an enchanted deer of extreme beauty and then took Sita to his kingdom of Lanka.

On the way, Jatayu, a vulture bird and old friend of God Ram's father Dashrath, fought Ravan but was fatally wounded. He lived only long enough to tell God Ram what had happened upon his return.

In Lanka, Ravana tried to threathen Goddess Sita into marrying him, but was rejected again and again. Meanwhile, God Rama made an alliance with the monkey King Sugreeva, who had been exiled from his kingdom by his brother Bali. Lord Rama helped Sugreeva to regain his kingdom and in return Sugreeva raised an army of monkeys and bears, led by hindu God Lord Hanuman. When they reached the sea, God Hanuman flew across. On the way he had many adventures, which can be found on the Lord Hanuman page.

In Lanka, Lord Hanuman promised Goddess Sita that help would come soon. When he was then captured by the rakshasas, Ravana ordered them to set fire to God Hanuman's tail, wrapping it with oily rags. But Lord Hanuman increased the length of his tail so much that there seemed no end to it. He escaped and used his burning tail to set fire to all of Lanka.

Meanwhile, Lord Ram's army had build a huge bridge between Lanka and the mainland. They crossed the ocean and attacked Ravana's army.

During the battle, Lakshmana was heavily wounded, but he was cured by a magic herb which Lord Hanumana flew all the way to the Himalayas to obtain. Not finding the herb at first, Lord Hanumana brought the entire mountain just to be sure.

Finally, all rakshasa generals were killed and the battle become a single combat between Ravana and Lord Rama. Finally, Hindu God Lord Rama killed Ravana with a special weapon given to him by saint Agastya.

This was a moment of great rejoicing. God Rama and Goddess Sita were finally crowned King and Queen of Ayodhya, though people were doubting that Sita had preserved her virtue while being Ravana's captive, which is another story in itself.

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Hindu God Lord Rama

 

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Hindu God Lord Rama And Lord Hanumana

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Hindu God Lord Rama

Hindu God Lord Rama

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Hindu God Lord Rama

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Lord rama fight with god of ocean

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Lord ram with Lord hanumana and Lord Lakxamana

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Hindu God Lord Rama

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Hindu God Lord Rama With Goddess sita

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Hindu God Lord Rama

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Hindu God Lord Rama

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Hindu God Lord Rama And laksamana worshiped Lord shiva lingam

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Hindu God Lord Rama With sabari and laksamana

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Hindu God Lord Rama With Lord Shiva

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Hindu God Lord Rama

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Lord rama fight with god of ocean

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Hindu God Lord Rama worshiped Lord shiva And godees Parvati

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Hindu God Lord Rama

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Hindu God Lord Rama

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Hindu God Lord Rama

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Hindu God Lord Rama

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Hindu God Lord Rama With Lord hanumana

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Hindu God Lord Rama

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Hindu God Lord Rama

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Hindu God Lord Rama

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Hindu God Lord Rama

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Hindu God Lord Rama

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Hindu God Lord Rama

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Hindu God Lord Rama

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Hindu God Lord Rama

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Hindu God Lord Rama


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Hindu God Lord Rama

 

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