Sri Laxmana is the very personfication of Death, the highest reality. King Sugreeva, in the ramayana is a representation of the common man, who has lforgotten his eternal duties towards God. He has given up Bhakti and has immersed himself in worldly activities. This is gross neglect of Dharma. It is important that man follows the teachings of the Ramayana and awaken to His pure conscience.
Sanatana Dharma is vast as the blue ocean. You cannot measure its extent, neither can you fathom its depth. It defines the whole of the universe within its fold. A person who understand Sanatana Dharma, the one who has realized Sanatana Dharma, becomes immortal. For him, there remains no unfinished duties.
The RigVeda, is the original Book of Revelation. It encapsulates within itself the code of eternal life. It is a sequenced framework that talks about the origin of man in relation with Gods. It is an organized system, a pathway from the mundane to the divine.
Sri Laxmana verily represents Death. In the form of Sri Sheshanaga, he is the eternal attendant of Sri Narayana in the milk ocean. As Sri Laxmana he is the faithful servitor of our eternal Lord Sri Rama. Understanding Sri Laxmana in the context of the Ramayana is vital towards the understanding of the concept of Death and Time.
Understanding Sanatana Dharma in all its dimensions is vital, towards the execution of the right and the display of character. Gobhila analyzes two stalwarts of the DHarma namely the Buddha and Jina, as He explores their teachings.
The glory of Sri Laxmana is perhaps the most important aspect of the Ramayana. Sri Laxmana is personfied Time and He is present with us at all times, as we continue to live our lives on earth. Understanding Sri Laxmana is an important aspect of our earhly life.