Quotes from the ramayana about dharma

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Ramayana Quotes by Vālmīki

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Dasaratha not only snatched away Rama's right to govern the land, but also banished Him to the forest. And yet Rama never violated dharmic principles. He not only preached dharma, but also adhered to it.

The Ramayana Quotes and Analysis

Valmiki began in his inward way, enunciating each attribute carefully: "Integrity, bravery, righteousness, gratitude, dedication to his beliefs, a flawless character, compassion for all living, learning, skill, beauty, courage beyond bravery, radiance,control over his anger and his desires, serenity, a lack of envy, and valor to awe Indra's Devas. But I wondered if a man of this world could have all these, which not even the Gods possess. Narada still gazes out over the river' crisp currents. At last he said softly, "In these very times such a man was born into the world. His name is Rama. This quote presents a list of Rama's personal virtues, which are a central focus of the poem.

The Ramayana

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The Ramayana is one of the two great Indian epics. The hero, Rama, lived his whole life by the rules of dharma; in fact, that was why Indian consider him heroic. When Rama was a young boy, he was the perfect son. Later he was an ideal husband to his faithful wife, Sita, and a responsible ruler of Aydohya. Prince Rama was the eldest of four sons and was to become king when his father retired from ruling.

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  1. By the grace of the Lord we will look into the highlights of the Valmiki Ramayana, concentrating in particular on the Sundarakand.

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