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 Ram’s Horn (A).Rama-Yana. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Rama.
 
The seventh incarnation of Vishnu.   1
   The first was the fish; the second, the tortoise; the third, the boar; the fourth, the man-lion; the fifth, the dwarf; the sixth, Parus’u-Rama, son of Jamadagni; the seventh, RAMA, son of Das’aratha, King of Ayodhyâ; the eighth, Krishna or Crishna; the ninth, Buddha; and the last (tenth) will be Kalki, and the consummation of all things—a kind of millennium.   2
   Rama performed many wonderful exploits, such as killing giants, demons, and monsters. He won Sita to wife because he was able to bend the bow of Siva.   3
 


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