The Ramayana is an ancient Sanskrit epic and it tells the story of a prince, Rama of Ayodhya, whose wife sita is abducted by the demon king of lanka, Ravana. Rama is the hero of his tale and he is portrayed as an incarnation of the god Vishnu. He is the eldest and the favorite son of the king of ayodhya, dasaradha. The Ramayana follows the life of Rama, his wife sita, and his brother Lakshmana and even today is a very important part of Indian mythology and culture.
This story depicts some interesting facts about the birth and childhood days of Sri Rama. The eldest son of king dasaradha and the hero of the great epic the Ramayana. This story also illustrates how Rama helps sage visvamitra by guarding his sacrifice. Slays ogress tataka, breaks the bow of Siva, marries sita, and destroys the pride of parasuram. Let us visualize this fascinating story of lord Rama.
This story describes the innumerable virtues of sir Ram, the idol of the heroic ages. The embodiment of truth, morality, and the ideal son. When preparations are made for crowning Rama so the prince of Ayodhya, a hunch backed maid poisoned the mind of kaikeyi who trapped king dasarathan into yielding to her boon that Ram should be sent to the forest for 14 Years while Bharatha, her own son should become the king. Grief for the banished Rama lay heavy on the heart of dasaratha as he pined away. Remembering and recounting on his death – bed how in his youth he had caused sorrow and death to an old hermit by killing his son. Let’s visualize this poignant story of prince Rama.