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Friday, February 5, 2010

Vishnu's Seventh Avatar, Ram

Vishnu's Seventh Avatar, Ram:


Ram was the Prince of Ayodhya, and the son of King Dasharatha and Queen Kausilya. He had three brothers, Bharata, Lakshmana and Shatrughna. The Hindu god Ram turned the bow of Lord Shiva at the swayamvara organized by King Janak, and accordingly, won the hand of the King's daughter, Sita.

While he returned to Ayodhya, on the demand of his father's third wife, Kaikeyi, he was sending away for 14 years. Throughout this period of banish, the brothers Ram and Lakshmana, and Sita, and several adventures. On one occasion, Ram reject Surpanakha's marriage offer. She was the sister of the King of Lanka, Ravana.

Enraged, Surpanakha try to kill Sita, but Lakshmana cut her nose and one ear. She then request to her brother to punish her. She tempted him by telling that Sita will make a correct bride for him. Ravana kidnapped Sita. To save her, Ram wanted the help of the monkey king, Sugreeva. Sugreeva arranged a huge army of monkeys and bears, led by Hanuman.

Hanuman flies across the ocean to Lanka. There he was captured by the rakshasas (demons), and his tail was located on fire.

Though, Hanuman used his powers to increase the length of his tail such that there was no end to it. He then escaped, setting Lanka on fire with his burning tail.
Meanwhile, Ram's army had constructed a bridge across the ocean. They go through Ravana's kingdom.

In battle, Lakshmana was dangerously injured. Hanuman flew to the Himalays to take back the herb that would treat him. Though, he was unable to find it, and hence, brought back the whole mountain. In the battle, Ram killed Ravana and save Sita. They return to Ayodhya, where they were crowned King and Queen.

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