Lord Rama As The Ideal Person

Lord Ram is the seventh avatar of Vishnu and is considered the most important avatar, he was an ideal man and a perfect human, not only physically but also mentally and spiritually. Rama was born during TretaYuga, Lord Rama is the most divine at all times and is considered as the most powerful avatars along with Lord Krishna.RAMA AS IDEAL SON

Rama was born to Kaushalya and Dashratha in Ayodhya, the ruler of the Kingdom of Kosala. Lakshmana, Bharata, and Shatrughna were his brothers He married Sita..Being the elder child Rama was taken much care and was shown great love and affection by Dasaharatha..even though Rama was born to Kaushalya ,kaikeyi loved Rama so much than anyone.. Dasaharatha decides to announce Rama as the king and everyone agrees to this and feel happy.kaikeyi also feels very happy but due to mandhara and other sins her mind changes dramatically and she dislikes Rama being the king kosala,she expects her son Bharata to be the king...so with her boons Kaikeyi demands Dasaharatha to announce Bharata as king and send Rama to exile.... Dasaharatha agrees unwillingly and passes this information to Rama with a lot of pain but Rama agrees to his Father words with the same love and gives great respect to his Father words and even to his mother Kaikeyi's decision....This show's the true and ideal love of a son towards his father and parents...

Rama had three brothers, according to the Balakhanda section of the Ramayana. These were Lakshmana, Bharata and Shatrughna. In the entire story of Ramayana, its protagonist, Rama has acted with responsibility, being an elder brother, and also gave his brothers a lot of love and care. He treated Lakshmana as his equal and did not dominate him, just because he was elder. He was devastated when Lakshmana was seriously injured in battle. He asked hanuman to make all the efforts to make sure that Lakshmana’s life is saved. The camaraderie he shared with Lakshmana throughout the Ramayana is one that remains the strongest pillar of strong brotherhood in the history of ancient India. He is also never envious or even slightly jealous of any of his brothers’ achievement or success. Even when Bharata becomes King, he wasn’t even slightly distressed about it. This is the reason all his brothers respected him and looked up to him as an awe-inspiring figure

 Now let us understand, inspite of this bad dicision, why Ram is not a bad husband. Because when Sita lived in vanavas, even Ram does not enjoy royal luxuries in his kingdom. Ram sleeps on pile of dry grass. It is said that Ram used to sleep on dry grass in the night and by morning entire pile of grass used to be wet with Ram's tears in Sita. Also for Ashwamedha yagya Everyone urged RaguRam for second marriage as no yagya is possible without yajmaan and his wife. But Ram instead of marriage made a golden statue of Sita and performed yagya. So if people feel pity for sita because she was sad in vanavas without her husband, please remember that even Ram was sad without his wife. Hence we can say Ram was not a bad husband.Rama waits for a few years before accepting his twin sons, Lava and Kusha, who are brought up by Devi Sita in the forest and train with Rishi Valmiki, the original author of the Ramayana. 

07 July 2022
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