Major deity in Hinduism.- Rama
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Sanskrit epic from ancient India.
The epic, traditionally ascribed to the Maharishi Valmiki, narrates the life of Rama, a legendary prince of Ayodhya city in the kingdom of Kosala.
One of the major Hindu denominations along with Shaivism, Shaktism, and Smartism.
Its followers are called Vaishnavites or Vaishnavas, and it includes sub-sects like Krishnaism and Ramaism, which consider Krishna and Rama as the supreme beings respectively.
The senior queen consort of Kosala in the Hindu epic Ramayana.
She was the mother of Lord Rama, the titular hero of the epic, and the senior wife of Dasharatha, who ruled Kosala from its capital Ayodhya.
Shatrughna is a prince of Ayodhya, and a brother of Lord Rama in the Hindu epic Ramayana.
Character in the ancient Indian epic Ramayana.
He is a younger half-brother of Rama and rules Ayodhya while Rama is banished from the country and fights to recover his wife Sita, kidnapped by Ravana.
One of the principal deities of Hinduism.
Out of the ten, Rama and Krishna avatars are most important.
Epic poem in the Awadhi language, composed by the 16th-century Indian bhakti poet Tulsidas (c.
1532–1623). (This work is also called, in popular parlance, Tulasi Ramayana.) The word Ramcharitmanas literally means "Lake of the deeds of Rama".
Ramlila (Rāmlīlā) (literally 'Rama’s lila or play') is any dramatic folk re-enactment of the life of Rama according to the ancient Hindu epic Ramayana or secondary literature based on it such as the Ramcharitmanas.
Concept within Hinduism that in Sanskrit literally means "descent".
The most known and celebrated avatars of Vishnu, within the Vaishnavism traditions of Hinduism, are Krishna, Rama, Narayana and Vasudeva.
The king of the Kosala kingdom and a scion of the Suryavanshi dynasty in Hindu mythology.
A maid of Queen Kaikeyi named Manthara convinced her that the throne of Maharaja Dasharatha belonged to her son Bharata, and that her stepson, crown prince Rama (the hero of the Ramayana)— should be exiled from the kingdom.