The Ramaayan A Summary Of Good And Evil In The Ramayana

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The Ramayana is a summary of good and evil in society. It mentions the importance of gods, demigods, warriors, etc. and what roles they played during the time. Ramayana shows both the good and evil in all characters and shows the significant roles they had. The Ramayana talks about ideas, concepts and values that are still used in modern Hinduism.
The Ramayana takes place in the city of Ayodhya. King Dasharatha was the king and had three wives with whom he had sons. Ram and Lakshmana were brothers and throughout the story are mostly the main characters. The other brothers had roles too but not as significant as Ram and Lakshmana. Once a king and now a sage, Vishwamitra comes for help. He asks King Dashartha if he can take along Rama and Lakhsmana to fight against demons that have been disturbing societies throughout the city. The king is reluctant but then allows his sons to along this trip with Vishwamitra.
Ram and Lakshmana are presented as the good characters, while there more other as well. It has been said that Ram had come into earth as a reincarnation of Vishnu, who is to one of the most powerful gods mentioned in Hinduism. I will be explaining why I believe both Ram and Lakhsmana are strongly the good characters of the story with
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He appeared to having ten heads. Each head represent something, six of them for the knowledge of Shastra’s (rules) and the other four for Vedas (religious texts). He was follower of Shiva, but someone who wished to overthrow the Devas (Brahmin, Vishnu, and Shiva). He takes revenge from Ram and Lakshmana for cutting the nose of his sister Shurpanakha by kidnaping Rama’s wife, Sita. As I was saying earlier, Lakshmana being naïve and listening to Sita’s request left her vulnerable to be kidnapped by Ravana (King of Lanka). It all happened because he disguised himself as a poor beggar and was able to take Sita captive as she passes the Lakshmana

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