Bishwa Nath Singh
Lord Ram is known for his virtues. Ram is the great lord of Hanuman, the ultimate disciple. Sri Ram is also known as Maryada Purushottam Ram because he is the epitome of righteousness. Lord Ram for ages has been the symbol of virtue and chivalry and the most preached God among the Hindus. He is the most famous incarnation of Lord Sri Vishnu.
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Bishwa Nath Singh :
Lord Ram is known as the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu who is the perfect avatar of the Supreme Protector Vishnu, has always been popular among the Hindu deities. Ram is the symbol of courtesy and virtue, a man of values and morals. Ra...machandra is Maryada Purushottama, which means the perfect man. Lord Ram is considered to have taken birth on the earth to destroy the evil forces of the age. Lord Ram is widely accepted to be an actual historical figure Goswami Tulsidas' wonderful version of the Sanskrit epic "Ramayana" into "Ramcharitmanas" greatly enhanced the popularity of Ram as a Hindu god and gave rise to various devotional groups. Lord Ram was a paragon of virtues. Ram was not only kind and affectionate but generous and considerate of feelings for all around him. Lord Ram had a marvelous physique and captivating manners.He had a magnanimous personality. He was extremely noble, generous, chivalrous and fearless. He was very simple and absolutely free from flamboyance. Lord Ram is considered as a son unequalled in the world, and resembled Dasaratha in each and every aspect of good qualities. He never spoke a lie throughout his life. He always offered respect to the scholars and the elders, people loved him and he adored the people. His body was transcendental and outstanding. He was eloquent, attractive and adjustable to circumstances. He knew the heart of each and every human being on the earth (being omniscient). He had all the conceivable qualities of a king's son and was dear to the people as their own hearts.Lord Ram was endowed with incredible transcendental qualities. The earth personified adored him, who was possessor of such virtues, who was indomitable, who was brave, and who was the unequalled Lord of all. To put succinctly, Sri Ram’s life was a life of holy compliance, of stainless purity, of matchless simplicity, praiseworthy contentment, commendable self-sacrifice and remarkable renunciation. According to the widespread legends, Lord Ram is considered as the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu, who took an Avatar to annihilate the demon king Ravana.Lord Ram is known for his stainless personality and matchless simplicity. Lord Ram is one of the popular gods of Hindu religion.Lord Ram is the one of the commonly worshipped gods of the Hindu religion. He is recognized as the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu, the preserver of the Universe. Lord Ram is known for his virtues. Ram is the great lord of Hanuman, the ultimate disciple. Sri Ram is also known as Maryada Purushottam Ram because he is the epitome of righteousness. Lord Ram for ages has been the symbol of virtue and chivalry and the most preached God among the Hindus. He is the most famous incarnation of Lord Sri Vishnu. Lord Ram is said to have taken birth on this earth in human form to obliterate the evil forces from here. It is believed that Sri Rama took birth in the kingdom of Kosala in Ayodhya to King Dashratha and his Queen Kaushalya. An ideal son and king, a man of virtues and morals he is popularly referred to as 'Maryada Puroshottam' literally meaning the perfect man. Lord Rama throughout his life stuck to Dharma to perform any action despite the many hardships as a result of this he had to face. Ramayana of Sage Valmiki and Ram Charitmanas of Tulsidas are the two principal texts from where we get all the information about Lord Sri Ram. Religious heads believe that Rama lived in the Treta Yuga; his worship was all the more popularized with the writing of Ramacharitmanas. In common parlance among the Hindus when people address each other they simply utter Ram! Ram! In the Ramayana the Lord is portrayed as fighting the evil Ravana of Lanka who abducted his wife Sita. The righteous Lord in the Great War defeats Ravana and frees the people of Lanka with the unjust rule of their king. The most devoted follower of Lord Rama is Sri Hanuman Ji who is always shown in the picture of Lord Sri Ram, Laxman and Sita. Ram Navami is celebrated every year on ninth day of Chaitra Masa Suklapaksha Navami. It is celebrated to mark the birth and marriage of Sri Ram to Sita. The most popular of Hindu festivals Dusshera and Diwali are associated with Lord Sri Rama. Dusshera is celebrated as the day the Lord exterminated the evil demon Ravana and Diwali marks the return of Prabhu Sri Ram to Ayodhya after an exile of fourteen years. The manifestation of love, devotedness and sacrifice, Lord Ram is deeply embedded in every Hindu heart. Let us join to pay our humble obeisances to the lotus feet of Lord Ram,His spouse Sita ,His brothers Bharat,Lakshman and Shatrughan and his ardent disciple Lord Hanuman and seek their bliss for well-being of all of us living far and wide!
Birendra Kumar :
pranam uncle ji........very nice