Sunday, August 1, 2010

Seventh Incarnation Vishnu-Rama Avtar

Rama Avtar

Story of Rama Avtar

Rama incarnation, the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu who incarnated in a form of a great ideal King. He played a vital role as a main character in the epic Ramayana in the era of Tretayuga. The main purpose of this incarnation was to present the ideal character in every role such as an ideal person, an ideal son, an ideal husband, an ideal king.

Rama, the prince of Ayodhya, was the son of great king Dashrath and queen Kaushalya. Lord Vishnu was incarnated himself as RAMA to destroy the all demons (asura) main the King of Lanka (presently known as Shree Lanka)named Ravana-with ten head who had blessed with a boon from Brahma and also from some other celestial beings. Ravana had so proud of his power and illusion that no body can kill him and he was vainglorious by nature and wished to be vanquished or won by man.

In Tretayuga Lord Vishnu was in form of Rama and his consort (wife) Goddess Laxmi in form of Sita. In Ramayana, the story of war between a Demon Ravana and Lord RAMA is so exciting. Rama was banished by his step mother to a forest so he went away with her wife Sita and brother Laxmana.  As Ravana snatched Sita, Rama released her with Hanuman-his loyal devotee and Laxman-his brother by a war.  By this war he removed all evil elements from the Universe including the main Demon RAVANA

In Ramayana, the role of Shree Rama epitomises the ideal behavior of man. In this incarnation he focused on the relation of man-wife, son-father, son-mother, brother-brother, master-loyal sevak (servant) and main relationship between king-people (Raja-praja) with his rules for ideal governance as a king.

Lord Rama is one of the most famous gods in the Hindu religion as he was the mythical, fabulous and real King in the ancient India. He has given the message of equality, Hindu devotion and mainly the rules of Dharma.

Lord Vishnu's incarnation as Rama was really in ideal form.

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