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Ramas Father King Dasaratha
1,173 wordsLord Rama was said to be the perfect being, as well as the perfect man, husband, brother, king, and obedient son. He is usually portrayed holding a bow and arrow, as an indicator that he is ready to fight off any evil or demons that he may come across or are put in his path. Along with his wife Sita, and his obedient brother Lakshmana, beside him. And one of his great disciples, Hanuman, bowing at his feet. Rama and Sita have been leaders and role models of character for many thousands of genera...
Rama And Laksmana
514 wordsLong ago in the far off land of Ayodhya a boy was born. His name was Rama, son of King Das artha. As he was growing up he met a young girl. The first time he saw her he was stunned by her beauty; it was love at first sight. Her name was Sita. The ended up getting married; there was a big elaborate ceremony. The person who married her had to bend a bow. Not only did Rama Bend it but he broke it. As the years went by they had a happy life King Dasaratha was getting old and wanted to chooses his so...
Fight To The End By Rama's Side
533 wordsRama as an Empire Builder The story of the Ramayana reminds me much of the hard times that USA is in today. I see many similarities between Rama and the USA. Rama is a warrior against evil, and so the United States are claiming. He creates a strong army, which fights by his side until the end. He has allies that contains people such as Sugreeva whom he helped to retain his kingdom from his evil brother. So Sugreeva felt a strong feeling of loyalty towards Rama and it made him fight to the end by...
Rama And Luke
646 wordsThe reason myths are studied in today's culture are because the stories are about the human condition, not about time or place. It is this versatility of myths, that allows Far East's Ramayana to be mirrored in many ways by a far away galaxy's Star Wars. The Ramayana's lead hero is Vishnu, in the human form of Rama. The birth of Rama is divined by priests. The goal of Rama will be to defeat the evil Ravana. Star Wars starts in a similar fashion with the jedi legend of a chosen one, who can bring...
Changing Ramayanas And Notions Of Rama
552 wordsOut of all the characters mentioned in Hindu mythology, the character of Rama is one of the most famous ones. It would probably be a difficult task to find a Hindu who is not familiar with this hero or his exploits. He is the main protagonist of the Ramayana, still considered to be one of the greatest Indian epics of all times. Till date his story is taught in schools in India in the form of history and to instill morality in children. Standards set by him, though hard to attain, are ones that a...
Blind On September 11
755 wordsWebster Journal # 3 Blindness in Ramayana Temporal Blindness is where we are "time blinded" to what actually is going on in life due to a focus on what is going on right now at this moment. It is as if we put something major important in the back of our minds and then our actions are greatly dependent on that important thing we put in the back of our mind. In the Ramayana, Ravana is temporally blind when he decides to capture Sita, which ultimately leads to his death. When Rama, his beloved wife...
Main Character Of Ramayana Rama
969 wordsAlexander Eisen 10.20. 00 UGC 111 Essay #2: Ramayana The epic of Ramayana and some of the Hindu virtues derived from it The poetic author, Val miki, does not calls Rama "the perfect man" in his well known tale of Ramayana for no reason. For this story has been a legendary epic that many generations of the Hindu culture have been modeling their society after, for over two thousand years. It has been an influential teaching for children and scholars of all ages because of its simplicity and exempl...
Protection Of The People Lord Krishna
5,015 wordsKamsa having known that the two sons of vasudeva to be his enemies, fastened vasudeva and devaki with iron chains. He sent a demon named keshi, commanding him thus "you go and kill Rama and Krishna". Then kamsa having gathered all the ministers and mahouts along with wrestlers chanura and mushtika Spoke to them thus "oh! You all please listen. The two sons vasudeva, Rama and Krishna are there in gokula. Let those two boys be killed, when they arrive here, by the sport of wrestling with the brave...
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