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When Lord Rama Got Angry….

Friday, 16 September 2016 22:39



Lord Rama has a persona of a calm person who was found humble in most of the adverse situation.

 Lord Rama has a persona of a calm person who was found humble in most of the adverse situation. He was considered to be the obedient son. He was known for his patience and calmness. In Ramayana, Lord Rama had faced many problems when Sita mata was kidnapped by Ravana. During that, many times he lost his temper and showed his anger aspect. As we all know that Lord Rama is an avatar of Lord Vishnu, means he was a God itself. Thus there might be a significant message behind his anger.

According to Ramayana, Lord Rama spent three days on the banks of the ocean as he was waiting to reach Lanka. Rama has prayed and patiently waited for 3 days to find a solution. But he found that Samundra Raja did not come and discarded his request. And Samundra Raja did not even turned up to his prayers. his first two steps of Sama Dhana approach as outlined Dharma for an action, has not responded positively, he has become furious and exhibited the third dharma Bedham (means threatening); incidentally this could be the other side of normal human. But still the last action – Dhandam – has not been applied. The application of the dharma bedham itself was so frightening the whole universe, everyone pleaded for his calming down and as well the Samudra Raja came out and pleaded ignorance and given the solution.

However, it was decided that a bridge in the name of Ramar Palam (Bridge) was built; the rest of the part is well known to everybody. It is said that the arrow which he had kept ready to let loose on Samundra king was, at the behest of Samundra king let loose on the demons, who were residing under the Ocean. Thus, the arrow meant to destroy Samundra raja was diverted to destroy the enemies.

Lord Rama was an obedient an ideal husband. He taught us how to live our lives in accordance with dharma and divine principles. Lord Rama was considered as an embodiment of compassion, gentleness, kindness, righteousness and integrity. Although he had all the powers in the world, but still he remained gentle and Humble even when he got angry. Thus it is very important for a person to control his anger. We learn from him that how to be the perfect son, the perfect brother, the perfect husband and the perfect King. 

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