Teachings of Ramayana | What you can learn from Ramayana

Teachings of Ramayana 

There is a lot of difference between reading Valmiki's Ramayana and seeing Ramanand Sagar's Ramayana. While reading Ramayana, read and learn many things of life, knowledge and righteousness

1. The name of Rama in Kalikal is Tarnahar: There is a discussion about the life character of Rama in South India and examples are given by considering him as an ideal. There is a lot of curiosity about the life of Ram there, but in North India, people do not take any education from the life of Ram, but they have made Ram worshipable. That is, confined to worship. Rama's memory also comes only when Ramnavami arrives. Ironically, Shani's temples are more crowded than Ram's temples. You scare the one who scares you and you ignore the one who loves you. What will you learn from Ram then? Except Lord Shree Ram, savior and devotee Vatsalya, go to the shelter of Saturn.

2. Have a feeling of renunciation: We do not talk about the country and society, but at least keep a feeling of renunciation towards your family. Lord Shree Rama left the palace and took exile. Seeing this, Laxman also renounced all happiness with him, India abandoned Ayodhya and lived like a forest dweller in Nandigram for 14 years. Bharat ji resides in Nandigram, then Shatrughan ji runs the kingdom under his command. If Laxman's wife had wanted, she would have gone to her father Janak, but she did not give up all happiness. Seeing this, Shatrughan distanced himself from his wife Shrutikirti. India's wife Mandvi also lived a life of asceticism with India. When the elder brother faced a crisis, all the brothers also took the crisis.

In this epic, the three queens of King Dasharatha and the four sons have different character. But despite this diversity, the kind of solidarity that remains in them is a lesson for every family to come out of times of grief.

3. Be afraid of evil: The greatest lesson of Ramayana was the victory of good over evil. Always be good and honest. Do not act badly According to Ramayana, when a person commits evil, there are two people who see him. One himself and the other Kaal Purush or Ishtadeva of that person. Therefore be afraid of evil.

4. Avoid the feeling of lowliness: Lord Shri Ram told this from his life and taught that there is no one small or big in the world. There is no upper class or no lower class. Prabhu Shri Ram remained like the forest dwellers and tribals in the forest. They were joined by many tribes such as Kewat, Jatayu, Sampati, Shabari, Vanar, Richh etc. He lived in the ashram of many sages as well as in the hut of tribals. Not only Ram, every character in the entire Ramayana is free from the thoughts of high and low.

Lord Shri Rama treated everyone equally and fairly in his life. Neither was he considered a king nor a rake. Neither considered powerful nor weak. They also treated animals and birds the same way as a human. His humble demeanor and giving respect to all the elders and the younger, gives us a lesson.

5. Avoid bad company: Ramayana teaches us to be in good company. Mahapanditas also become demons by staying in Kusangati. Just as Ravana's company was wrong, similarly Kaikeya's company was also wrong. It is better to stay away from negative and criminal types of people. That is why we learn that we should live in good company so that negativity does not dominate us.

6. Shakti is in devotion: It is difficult to find devotees like Lakshmana, Bharata and Hanumanji in the whole universe. Unselfish service and devotion is amazing that the great sea can be crossed, mountains can be raised and bridges can be tied on the sea.

The people whose devotion keeps changing, they die in vain. The devotion of Lord Shri Ram in the world is only to be avoided and saved from troubles. That devotee is the best among the devotees who is a devotee of Shri Ram and his devotees.

The devotion of Hanumanji tells us that we should surrender ourselves without any doubt at the feet of our worship. When we surrender ourselves at the feet of that omnipotent, we attain nirvana or salvation and get rid of birth and death.

7. Do not have feelings of revenge : Surpan Khan wanted to take revenge on Lord Shri Ram. Ravana also had a feeling of revenge for his sister Surpanakha's humiliation. The vengeful person gets entangled in his own web of anger, betrayal and vengeance. Often people burn themselves in revenge fires in order to harm others. Many people start thinking about taking revenge only on a very small thing, which is a very bad situation.

8. Patience and peace: Prabhu Shriram's patience is seen. He never showed anger, anxiety, or restlessness, but showed patience in the opposite situation and thought of a solution to the problems. Not only Ram, every character of Ramayana shows this.

Only brave men have patience. Due to this patience, there is absolute peace on the face of Lord Shri Ram.

His calm and compassionate discharge of the responsibilities of a son, husband, brother and a king makes us aware of human qualities like mutual love and respect. A happy and fulfilling life requires patience and calm.

9. Obey the word: It is learned from Shri Rama that the word should not be passed on life. Prabhu Shriram pledged and fulfilled many people in his life. Gave the kingdom to Sugriva, made Vibhishan a Lankesh and when Jamwant said that the Lord did not sweat me in this war, then Shri Ram promised that I will fulfill your wish in Dwapar. Then Shriram fought with Jamwantji in the form of Shri Krishna and made him sweat.

10. Every character gets education: We get education from every character in Ramayana. Kaikeyi teaches that do not keep a spoon or consult a mentor like Manthara. From Dasharatha it is taught that do not make any promise that causes trouble. It is taught from Hanumanji and Lakshman ji that every word of God is our life and order. Our goal is to hit the target.

11. Obeying Raj Dharma: Prabhu Shri Ram had abandoned Mata Sita to follow Raj dharma. He kept the subjects of his kingdom happy in every way.
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In the end, Ramayana will say that we have to obey the parents, love the brothers, respect the guru, love and respect the little ones, follow a virtuous religion, have full devotion towards the husband, Performing Rajdharma and duty. We all get education from Ramayana, except evils, living devotional lives and adopting lesser means instead of material happiness.  The entire Ramayana teaches the glory of sacrifice and penance against unrighteousness culture.

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