Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Names signify

  1. Dasaratha is the chariot drawn by the ten senses. 
  2. The three wives of Dasaratha represent the three qualities, Kausalya symbolising Sathwik quality, Sumitra, Rajasik quality and Kaikeyi, Thamasik quality.
  3. Ravana is described as a demon with ten heads. These ten heads are the six vices, namely desire, anger, greed, infatuation, pride and jealousy and Manas (mind), Buddhi (intellect), Chitta (will) and Ahamkaara (Ego). Since these ten are present in every human being, all men are Ravana indeed! 
  4. Rama alone can behead ten heads! When a man surrenders himself to Rama, all these ten heads will go and he will attain Rama.


Ravana was the ten-headed demon. Was he the only demon? That demon is us with ten Indriyas out of control. They are five Janendriyas and five Karmendriyas.

Thursday, September 3, 2015


A copper coin dating back to the British era with images of Lord Rama, Sita, Lakshmana and Hanuman on one side was found in the hundi of the Sri Sitaramachandra Swamy shrine in Bhadrachalam.
The coin in the denomination of Rupees Two Annas Eight (Rs 2/8) was issued by the East India Company in 1762. The temple staff chanced upon the rare coin during the counting of hundi collection on Monday. They handed it over to the Executive Officer Bhadrinathacharyulu.

The EO told The coin was dropped in the hundi by an anonymous devotee. “We are planning to preserve it in the separate enclosure where the rare ornaments such as Kaliki Turai and Pachala Pathakam donated by the saint composer Ramadasu are put up for public display in the temple complex,” he said.

Sunday, August 23, 2015

Valmiki Vs Adhyatma Ramayana

1 Valmiki Ramayana Authored By Valmiki Vs Adhyatma Ramayana Authored By Vyasa
2 Valmiki Ramayana Shows Rama as Controller Vs Adhyatma Ramayana Shows Sita as Controller
3 Conclusion : Hanuman at Ayodhya by Tearing his Heart Shows Sita and Rama are One

Saturday, June 20, 2015

This Ram devotee was born a Muslim

He is called Hanuman because of his devotion towards Lord Ram. He can name all the Hindu gods and goddesses in a single breath, and he performs the priest's duties at a Bihar temple with unwavering dedication - no one can tell that Sidheswar Das was born Mohammad Sadique.

Born in a Muslim family, Mohammad Sadique developed an interest in Hindu religion when he was quite young. Today, in his 80s, he is the chief priest at Ram-Janki temple in Arwal district's Sohsa village.

'I adopted Hindu faith decades ago. I look after the temple and perform prayers everyday. Now my life is a temple. I have faith in Lord Ram, I was born to worship him,' Mohammad Sadique turned Sidheswar Das told IANS over phone.

Vinay Singh, a villager, says that Sidheswar Das is respected by everyone in the village.

'He spends most of his time offering prayers and reeling off names of Hindu gods and goddesses. His devotion and commitment to look after the temple made him a saint,' he says.

Another villager, Mahesh Prasad, says that some people call him Ram devotee and others call him Hanuman for his devotion.

'Everyday, he performs all the rituals of a priest, including aarti and distributing sweets among devotees. He is a rare priest,' Prasad said.

Dynasty of Lord Ram

Monday, June 15, 2015

Rama Rama Rama or Rama - Story

When traveling French philosopher was asked

Once when a traveling French philosopher was asked as to what he felt bound the muti-cultural and stratified India, he said:

  1. From the remote jungles to metropolises, 
  2. from mud huts to swish house of millionaires, 
  3. from the unlettered to intellectuals, 
  4. from those engaged in solitary musings to them who reveled at melas, 
  5. from urban youth to far flung tribals, 
all related with Ramayana - 
  1. had either recited it or heard it, 
  2. read it or watched it enacted; 
  1. religions, 
  2. regions, 
  3. races, 
  4. castes and 
  5. gender all throughout this great mass of land.

Sunday, April 26, 2015

'Ra', 'Aa' and 'Ma'

The three syllables 'Ra', 'Aa' and 'Ma' indicate the three causes for human birth, namely,
  1. the sins one has committed, 
  2. the troubles one experiences and 
  3. one's ignorance (Papa, Tapa, Ajnanam)

Rama" has the triple power of destroying sins, conferring peace and dispelling ignorance.
  1. "Ra" represents the root letter Agni;
  2. "Aa" represents the letter for Moon;
  3. "Ma" represents the letter for Sun.

  1. Agni (fire) destroys everything and reduces it to ashes. The letter "Ra" has the power to destroy all the sins committed by human. 
  2. The letter "Aa" (symbolizing the moon) has the power of cooling the fevers any human suffers from, and that of conferring peace on one. 
  3. "Ma" represents the Sun that dispels the darkness of ignorance and confers the illumination of wisdom. 

Many people think the origin of the name Rama was after the Rama avatar, but this name existed even before Lord Rama. It is absolutely fine to associate this name with Lord Rama. Lord Rama lived up to the name. For Krishna devotees this name sounds as Radha Madahavam. So this name is for everyone in the universe. (Living / non-living, moving / non-moving). Remember the name of Lord Rama with love. God can be realized only through love and by no other means.