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    Valmiki didn’t know was that there was a perfect man named Rama and he would be the mortal that destroyed Ravana. Since no immortal man could kill Ravana and end his tyranny, Rama was necessary to destroy Ravana definitely (Menon, Ramayana, Bk 1, 10). Even though Rama is the one who was made to destroy Ravana, they share many characteristics, as they are both good leaders, but, in my opinion, their most defining features are what sets them apart. Rama was considered the perfect man and was the reincarnation

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    lord rama

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    Lord Rama Lord Rama also known as Sri Ramchandra (Moon-Like Gentle Rama), Paraga (uplifted Of the Poor) and many more is the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu (one of the trinity god, the preserver), the central figure of the epic Ramayana and Ramcharitmanas, in which Lord Rama is beautifully portrayed. Lord Rama took birth to free the world from cruelty and sins of the demon King Ravana, the King of Lanka. Rama was the first son king Dashratha, the king of Ayodhya. Her mother was named Kausilya

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    Rama Vs Odyssey

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    Realism versus Perfection: Throughout history, different cultures have created heroes as representations of the ideals that these cultures value. Often times these heroes have very little or no flaws, such is the case with the Hindu hero Rama. On the other hand, some heroes have many virtuous attributes to them, while still containing flaws, creating a more realistic and achievable hero, such as with Odysseus. Both of these heroes represent the principles that were valued from their respective cultures

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    Rama- from Ramayana

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    Rama From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article is about the incarnation of Vishnu. For other uses, see Rama (disambiguation) and Ramachandra (disambiguation). | |It has been suggested that Raghava Rama be merged into this article or section. (Discuss) | |Rama | |[pic] | |Lord Rama (center)

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    belief of higher being(s) and must follow a path of righteousness. Rama and Jesus shared this among other things: they both honored their father’s and resisted temptations that arose throughout their journeys. The major difference noticed is the sacrifices: Jesus had to die to save the humans from our sins, while Rama brought this with his dharma. Dharma is the religious and moral law, Rama is devoted to this for his entire life. Rama is so dedicated to this life that he cannot deviate from it. “I

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    Ramayana: Rāma and Lakṣmaṇa Essay

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    One of the most striking relationships throughout the entire Rāmāyaṇa is that between India's epic hero Rāma and his half-brother Lakṣmaṇa. What is interesting about this affair is Lakṣmaṇa's pure fidelity toward his brother and all his goals. While Rāma is the king on leave throughout most of the Hindu epic, Lakṣmaṇa acts more or less as his royal servant and bodyguard of his most prized possession, that being Rāma's wife, Sītā. Interestingly enough, Lakṣmaṇa is very much an intelligent being

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    throughout history, but only the ones with the best qualities are able to stand out and deserving of their memory to live on through stories and monuments. They display qualities that are morally accepted and generally a man with a mission. Gilgamesh, Rama, and Aeneas come from Mesopotamian, Hindu, and Roman culture, respectively, and they all display heroic traits that make them deserving of a monument in their memory. Gilgamesh, especially, who at first to the people was not a deserving figure to have

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    Olivia Francis HUM 10 Jason File 28 July 2015 Rama Navami Rama Navami is one of the most popular, sacred festivals known to Hindu tradition. It celebrates the birth of Lord Rama, as well as the marriage between him and his consort, Sita. Rama is known for being noble, wise, kind, and ultimately a perfect god. Rama Navami celebrates the epic, Ramayana, because it tells the story of the great hero, Rama. There are many traditions that take place during the festival each year. These customs include

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    In the religion of Hinduism they believed in reincarnation and the purpose of another life since in the case of lord Rama also known as Ramachandra he is the seven reincarnation of Lord Vishnu is the second god in the Hindu triumvirate. The triumvirate consists of three gods who are responsible for the creation, upkeep and destruction of the world . . Lord Rama was said to be the perfect being, as well as the perfect man, husband, brother, king, and obedient son. He is usually portrayed holding a

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    after learning a lesson. Hero’s should also be relatable, which is why they often go through crisis and failures. Even though they contrast each other, Rama from the Ramayana and Gilgamesh from the Epic of Gilgamesh have similar archetypes of the hero. The characters of Rama and Gilgamesh have multiple similarities that are shown in their stories. Rama and Gilgamesh are both examples of Campbell’s hero because they both go through separation, initiation, return. To be considered a hero, the character

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