ramayana

Sanatana Dharma- Framework-part5

The Great Indian Epic (Itihasa) of Ramayana and Mahabharata | What do the Ramayana and Mahabharata tell us?

The Ramayana and the Mahabharatha are beacons for the world. Unless one imbibes the principles and value systems enjoined in these works of wonder, it is impossible to dream of perfection. Perfection in man, simply means to perfect oneself in Truth , in character and Moral values. The Framework of Sanatana Dharma stands on the two pillars of the Ramayana and the Mahabharata and cemented by the mortar of the Bhagavad Gita.

Sri Laxmana-The Lord Who Could Never Wait

Story of Lord Lakshmana Angry with Sugriva | King Sugreeva Forgets his Promise

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.