Rāma or Ramachandra is 7th avatar of the Hindu God Vishnu. He’s the central figure of the Hindu epic Ramayana, that is principal narration of the events connected to his incarnation on earth, his ideals and his greatness. Rama is one among the various famous deities in Hinduism and particularly of the varied Vaishnava sects.
10 Amazing Facts About Lord Rama:-
1)Rama is hero of 1 of the foremost renowned and cherished books of Indian culture: The Ramayana.
2)Rama is 7th incarnation of the God Vishnu, and next to Krishna. Hence he’s thought of to be his most significant avatar (manifestation of a deity).
3)Rama thought of to be the perfect man and an ideal human; not only physically, however mentally and spiritually
4)Most Hindus believe that Rama lived 1.2 million years before, in Treta Yuga- tho’ the text is dated 7th-4th BC.
5)Rama’s principle lover was Hanuman, also a logo of devotion and right action.
6) Since Rama accepted 14 years in exile along with his mate Sita and brother Lakshmana, For the sake of Honoring his father.
7)Ramayana is the entire tale of the Rama’s journey to take back his mate that was kidnapped by the evil king Ravana, lord of Lanka. Since it’s all over believed that Rama (Vishnu) and Sita (an incarnation of Lakshmi) have one among the oldest and popular love stories of all time.
8)Rama’s bow was so much powerful that it might wipe out a complete army- and it did.
9)After defeating the evil Ravana, Rama dominated his kingdom Ayodhya for 11,000 years of complete peace and prosperity.
10)Hence the success of Rama over Ravana is celebrated in 10 day festival called Dussehra. And also his coming back to his kingdom and coronation is celebrated with the festival of lights known as Diwali.
Temples dedicated to Rama are found everywhere India and also in places wherever Indian migrant communities have resided. In most temples, the standing idol of Rama is in the middle of that of his mate Sita and brother Laxman. Hence in some instances, the monkey God, Hanuman sits at the feet of Rama or is placed facing the Rama family at a distance or at the doorway of the temple. Devotees of Lord Rama are present all over the world.
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