(Last Updated on : 13/01/2011)
Lord Rama is the most famous incarnation of God whose day of appearance is known as Rama-navami. he is known to be the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu, whose story is narrated in the Ramayana. Rama is known as Maryada Purusottama and is the emblem righteousness. His life and teachings of morality in office are equally relevant for us today as 20 million years ago. He was an avatar of Lord Vishnu
and he had all qualities of the all-pervasive Brahman
in him. He always spoke the truth and was very obedient of his parents. Due to some promise made by his father he went on an exile for 14 years just to keep the words and the respect of his father.
He married Sita
. Both husband and wife were very dutiful towards each other. They respected and trusted each other. Sita also accompanied her husband when he went to the exile. Ram was a just Kin and his subjects loved and respected him very much. Ram was God incarnate and he was sent to the world to fight all the evil spirits that were dwelling in this world during that period. The saints were troubled by the demons and they were not allowed to perform the religious rites. So ram killed all of them and helped the saints.
Ram was also sent to this world to set an example to the people of how an ideal man should be. He was a fair man in whatever relation we see it to be. He was an ideal son and husband and a very truthful and brave king. He also was a very caring and father like figure to his brothers.