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These pictures of Lord Shri Ram are very beautiful and interesting. You can download these images and use them anywhere.

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Details about Shree Ram have been written below. You can read it by going to the bottom.


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Shree Ramchandra:-

Ram is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, and is also known by the names of Sri Rama and Sri Ramachandra. According to the description in the Ramayana, the Suryavanshi king of Ayodhya, Chakravarti Emperor Dasharatha performed Putreshti Yagya (Son attainment Yagya) as a result of which his sons were born. Shri Ram was born in Ayodhya from the womb of Goddess Kaushalya. Shri Ram ji was the eldest of the four brothers. 

But he was younger than his sister. Lord Rama's real sister was Shanta who was the elder sister of Shri Ram and his three brothers. The festival of Shri Ram Jayanti or Ram Navami celebrated every year on the ninth day of Shukla Paksha of Chaitra month is described as the Sanskrit epic Ramayana. In the Ramayana, in the search of Sita, there is a mention of building a 48 km long 3 km wide stone bridge to go to Sri Lanka, which is called Ram Setu.

Goswami Tulsidas has also composed the well-known epic Ramcharitmanas of devotion, centered on his life. Apart from these two, Ramayana has also been composed in other Indian languages, which are also very famous. Shri Ram is very revered in India and is an ideal man and in many countries of the world, Shri Ram is also worshiped as an ideal like Thailand, Indonesia etc. He is also embellished with the word Purushottam.

Maryada-Purushottam Rama was the eldest son of King Dasharatha of Ayodhya and Queen Kaushalya. Rama's wife's name was Sita. He had three brothers- Lakshmana, Bharata and Shatrughna. Hanuman is considered the biggest devotee of Rama. Rama killed Ravana, the king of Lanka (who had adopted the path of unrighteousness). 

Shri Ram has a reputation as Maryada Purushottam. Shri Ram left the state, friends, parents, even wife to follow the dignity. His family represents the ideal Indian family. Ram was born in Raghukul, whose tradition Raghukul rituals always went, but life did not go[1]. Rama's father Dasharatha had promised his stepmother Kaikeyi to fulfill any two of his wishes. Kaikeyi, under the guise of the maid Manthara, sought the throne of Ayodhya for his son Bharata and fourteen years of exile for Rama from King Dasharatha in the form of these boons. 

To protect his father's promise, Rama happily accepted fourteen years of exile. Giving the example of an ideal wife, wife Sita considered it appropriate to go to the forest (vanvas) with her husband. Brother Lakshmana also spent fourteen years with Rama in the forest. Bharata rejected the mother's order for justice and went to the forest to the elder brother Rama and brought his footpaduka (stand). Then he ruled by keeping it on the throne.

When Rama was a forest dweller, his wife Sita was abducted (stolen) by Ravana. In the forest, Rama found a friend and devotee like Hanuman who completed all the tasks of Rama. Rama found Sita with the help of great men of Vanar caste like Hanuman, Sugriva etc. He reached Lanka by building a bridge across the sea and fought with Ravana. After killing him, they brought Sita back. When Rama returned to Ayodhya, Bharat handed over the kingdom to him. Ram was just. He ruled very well, so people even today give the analogy of good governance as Ram Rajya. His two sons Kush and Luv took over their kingdoms. Many festivals of Vedic religion, such as Dussehra, Rama Navami and Deepawali, are associated with the forest-tale of Rama.

There is no mention of 'Rama' in the Vedic literature in a popular form. The word 'Rama' is used only at two places in the Rigveda [4] (10-3-3 and 10-93-14). Among them also, one place is used in the sense of black color (darkness of night) [5] and the remaining one place is used in the sense of person [6]; 

But even there there is no sign of him being an avatara man or the son of Dasharatha. Although Neelkanth Chaturdhara has chosen many hymns of Rigveda at his discretion and gave them the meaning of Ramayana, but this is his personal belief. The Ramayana meaning of those mantras has not been proved by any indication received in those episodes of Rigveda itself or by any other commentator. In the Rigveda, the word 'Ikshvakuh' (10-60-4) [7] and at one place [8] the word 'Dasaratha' (1-126-4) has also been used. But there is no indication of his association with Rama. [9]

The word 'Rama' is used in Brahmanical literature at two places in the Aitareya Brahmana [10] (7-5-1{=7-27} and 7-5-8{=7-34}); But there he is called 'Ramo Margaveyah', which means the son of a woman named 'Mrigavu' according to Acharya Sayana. -1-7). Here 'Rama' is in the form of Acharya of Yagya and he has been called 'Rama Aupatapasvini'.

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