Ramayana is our ancient epic mythology which was first written by Mahrishi Valmiki, Later it was written by poet Shri Goswami Tulsidas Ji. Like Mahabharata, Ramayana is also a famous epic book.
the epic Ramayana tells of Lord Rama and Mother Sita, who is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu and Lord Lakshmi. in which the story of Lord Rama exile from Ayodhya and his victory over evil Ravana has been mentioned, In the Ramayana, we have been taught how to live our life.
In the Ramayana, every relationship and their attachment to each other is very beautifully told. In this article, we are going to tell about some very famous relationships of Ramayana, Whose example is still given today.
- RAM AND DASHARATHA
Ram’s love and sacrifice towards his father is an example even today. He accepted 14 years of exile to fulfill the promise given to his father. And after leaving his palace, he went to live in the forest without any complaint.
King Dasaratha also had the most love and affection for his son Rama.
He could not bear the pain of separation from his son Ram and gave his life in memory of Rama.
- RAM AND LAKSHMAN
Even today, when there is talk of love and sacrifice between brothers, examples of ram and Lakshman are given.
Rama and Laxman were shadows of each other Rama got 14 years of exile but Laxman also accepted to go with Rama and Sita in the forest
So that he can serve them.
- RAM AND BHARATH
Today, where the brother’s become each other’s enemies for money and property. Bharata had a golden opportunity to become king But he rejected it, And he chooses his brother Ram.
- LAKSHMAN AND URMILA
When Laxman decided to go to the forest to take care of his brother and sister-in-law, Urmila supported him. Urmila understood the attachment between Rama and Lakshman, She spent 14 years without her husband Laxman.
- RAM AND SITA
Ram and Sita’s relationship exemplifies the relationship between the ideal husband and wife. When Ram was going to the forest to fulfill the promise given to his father, Sita also went with him, she supported her husband Ram in every happiness and sorrow. Ravana kidnaps Sita and takes her to Lanka. Even when the entire society doubted Sita’s character, Rama’s faith in his wife Sita did not fade. he never doubted his wife’s character.
- RAVAN AND KUMBHKARAN
Kumbhakaran knew that Ravana is wrong and Rama is not an ordinary human but an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. And Ravana’s defeat in the battle between Rama and Ravana is certain. Still, he fought in favor of his brother Ravana.
Kumbhakaran tried his best to convince his brother Ravana and to make him aware of the crime committed by him. But when he did not agree, he supported him in the war, Knowing that he is going to die in battle He did not give up on Ravan and did the duty of a brother.
- RAM AND HANUMAN
The relationship between Lord Ram and devotee Hanuman is the idealism of true devotion.
There was so much power in Hanuman’s devotion to Rama that Lord Rama himself resides in Hanuman’s heart with Sita.
Best Scene Watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrxKTNXPmf8