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  • Tano danti prachodayat. |
  • Om ekadantaya vidmahe, vakratundaya dhimahi,
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Lord Rama- God Vishnu incarnated this avatar to kill Ravana

Story of Lord Rama Avatar


Lord Ayodhya Rama is a major deity of Hinduism and the seventh avatar of Vishnu. He was born to kill the demon king Ravana. Lord Rama is also known as the king of Ayodhya. He is the central figure of the epic Hindu “Ramayana.”

Story of Lord Rama - the seventh avatar of Vishnu

Lord Rama is the seventh incarnation of Vishnu. He was the king of Ayodhya. He is the main character in Valmiki's epic, Lord Ramayana. In the classic, Lord Rama is describing as an ideal king and an perfect person. It is the most adored Hindu deity in India. The Lord Vishnu incarnation of Lord Rama is also the most celebrated. According to Lord Ramayana, the story of Lord Rama is as follows:

Lord. He married King Janaka's daughter Sita when he won her in a ceremony called "Swayamvara". At the ceremony, Sita's potential boyfriends were challenged to lay a giant bow. Princes of various kingdoms tried but could not move the bow.

Lord Rama Avatar Mantra:

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Ram Navami: Rama's Birthday:

Ramnavami is one of the most important festivals of the Hindus, particularly for the Vaishnava sect of the Hindus. On this auspicious day, the devotees repeat the name of Rama with each breath and promise to lead a righteous life. People pray to attain the final beatitude of life through intense devotion to Rama and invoke him for his blessings and protection.

When Lord Rama appears :

As Lord Rama was the incarnation of Lord Vishnu, he lifted the bow and tied it with one hand. Kalkeyi is the stepmother of Lord Rama, Kalkeyi wanted his son Bharata to be the king of Ayodhya, and that is why she planned to expel Lord Rama for fourteen years away from Ayodhya. Lord Rama along with his wife Sita and his brother Lakshman were in exile and lived in the forest.

One day, Lord Rama and Lakshman went hunting, leaving Sita alone. Sita was kidnapped by Ravana. Ravana was a knowledgeable but evil king. He was the ruler of ten heads of Lanka. He kept Sita captive as revenge for Lord Rama. Lord Rama, with the help of his brother Lakshman and Hanuman, attacked Ravana's army in search of rescuing Sita.

After a long and fierce battle, Lord Rama managed to kill the ten heads of Ravana and reunite with his wife. Having completed his exile, Lord Rama returned to Ayodhya with his wife and brother and was crowned as King. His government is known as Ram Rajya. Today, Lord Rama is revered for his courage, virtue, courage and absolute devotion for his wife and Ayodhya.

14 years exile:

King Dasaratha announces to Ayodhya that he plans to crown Rama, his eldest son, Yuvaraja (crown prince). While the news is welcomed by everyone in the kingdom, the mind of Queen Kaikeyi is poisoned by her wicked servant, Manthara. Kaikeyi, who is initially pleased with Rama, is made to fear for the safety and future of his son Bharata. Fearing that Rama would ignore or possibly victimize his younger brother by power, Kaikeyi demands that Dasaratha expel Rama to a forest exile for fourteen years, and that Bharata be crowned in the place of Rama.

Rama being Maryada Purshottam, he agreed with this and goes away for 14 years into exile. Lakshmana and Sita accompanied him.

Why "Shri" Rama avatar appears?:

The prefix "Shri" to Rama indicates that Rama is always associated with "Shri", the essence of four Vedas. Saying his name ("Ram! Ram!") While greeting a friend and invoking Rama at the time of death by chanting "Ram Naam Satya Hai!", He shows that his popularity surpasses that of Krishna. However, the sanctuaries of Krishna in India slightly surpass the temples of Rama and his devoted monkey, Hanuman.

For many, Rama is not very different in the appearance of Lord Vishnu or Krishna. Most often he is represented as a standing figure, with an arrow in his right hand, an arch in his left and a tremor in his back. A statue of Rama is also often accompanied by the statues of his wife Sita, his brother Lakshmana and the legendary monkey assistant Hanuman. He is stand for in generous knick-knacks with a 'tilak' or mark on his forehead, and with a dark, approximately bluish complexion, which shows his affinity with Vishnu and Krishna.

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