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Mount None Rama Sanskrit: Rama is also the protagonist of the Hindu epic Ramayana, which narrates his supremacy. Along with KrishnaRama is considered to be one of the most important avatars of Vishnu.
In a few Rama-centric sects, he is considered the Supreme Being, rather than an avatar. He is pictured as the ideal man and the perfect human.
His wife Sita and brother Lakshmana decide to join him, and all three spend the fourteen years in exile together. While in exile, Sita is kidnapped by Ravana, the Rakshasa monarch of Lanka.
In a war of powerful and magical beings, greatly destructive weaponry and battles, Rama slays Ravana in battle and liberates his wife. Having completed his exile, Rama returns to be crowned king in Ayodhya and eventually becomes emperor, rules with happiness, peace, duty, prosperity and justice—a period known as Ram Rajya.
The legend of Rama is deeply influential and popular in the societies of the Indian subcontinent and across Southeast Asia.
Rama is revered for his unending compassion, courage and devotion to religious values and duty. Etymology Edit The name Rama appears repeatedly in Hindu scriptures. Besides the name of the protagonist of the Ramayana subject of the current articlethe name is also given to other heroes including Parashu-Rama Bhargava Rama and Balarama Bala-Rama.
Literary sources Edit The primary source of the life and journey of Rama is the epic Ramayana as composed by the Rishi Valmiki. Additionally, the tales of Rama are reverently spoken of in the Mahabaratha.
The earliest documentation of Ram is in the Buddhist text of Dasharatha Jataka. However, other scriptures in Sanskrit also reflect the life of Ramayana. The followers of Madhvacharya believe that an older version of the Ramayana, the mula-Ramayana, previously existed.
They consider it to have been more authoritative than the version by Valmiki. Another important shortened version of the epic in Sanskrit is the Adyatma Ramayana. The epic has transformed across the diverse regions of India, which boast their own unique languages and cultural traditions.
The essential tale of Rama has also spread across Southeast Asia and evolved into unique renditions of the epic — incorporating local history, folktales, religious values as well as unique features from the languages and literary discourse.
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According to the Ramayana, Rama is the seventh avatar of Vishnu while Lakshmana, Bharata and Shatrughna are considered as part-incarnations of.
Ramayana. Valmiki Ramayana- Adhyatma Ramayana Tulasi Ramayana- Yogavasistha. Click on underscored words to open paragraph.
The Festival of Rama Navami. Relevance Of Ramayana To Modern Life. The whole universe is under the control of God. God is governed by Truth. Noble souls are the guardians of Truth. Dasharatha was the King of Ayodhya and had three wives and four sons.
Rama was the eldest and his mother was Kaushalya. Bharata was the son of Dasharatha’s second and favorite wife, Queen Kaikeyi. The famous poem the Ramayana, was first composed by Valmiki in the middle of the first millennium. The poem tells the story of Rama, an incarnation of Vishnu, who epitomises the Hindu concept of dharma or duty and is a model for Hindus of the perfect son, brother, husband and King.
Dasavatara. Dashavatara refers to the ten principal avatars. In Vaishnava philosophy, an avatar, most commonly refers to the 'descent' and dais refers to 'ten' in number. The ten most famous incarnations of Vishnu or sometimes Krishna are collectively known as the Dashavatara.
This list is included in the Garuda Purana () and denotes those avatars most prominent in terms of their.