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Great topic, and thanks for the information everyone. I remember reading an academic tome or two on this subject back in college. I took a class on the Ramayan's depiction in the art of South and South East Asia my freshman year and learned quite about about the many variants of the epic across the globe.

It's always surprising to learn that what I (and perhaps many others) consider to be the original story from Valmiki's Ramayan is actually penned from Tulsidas' Ram Charit Manas. Even the production of the story my kathak dance troupe performs contains verses sung from the Tulsidas version.

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Originally posted by .Vrish.

 1. Difference between Maanas and Raamaayan and other Issues


Who defeated Raavan? Raavan couldn't be defeated even by Indra, Yam, Varun etc Devtaa, but still he was defeated by three people. Who were they?

1. Daitya Raaj Bali of  Rasaatal  from where he came back hurt. 

2. Haihaya Vanshee Raajaa Sahastra Baahu or Sahastraarjun of Mahishmatee Nagaree from where Maharshi Pulastya Jee freed him. Arjun releases him and declares him his friend

3. Vaanar Raaj Baali of Kishkindhaa Puree from where Raavan accepts his defeat then becomes his friend...

... Brahmaastra to kill Raavan, but still Raam uses another weapon and just kills him.


Vrish,

Are these your words or have you extracted this post from somewhere?


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Originally posted by namrata1111

thansk to everyone for replying.

healthy discussion is always great to gain knowledge.

anyway, there is no doubt that ram woshipped shiv in rameshwaram is not there in valmiki rmayan.

there was no concept of idol worship in those times. it was started by jains.
 
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anyway, there is no doubt that ram woshipped shiv in rameshwaram is not there in valmiki rmayan.

In some sources such as Mahakavi Ojha's Krittivas Ramayan, Shri Ram is said to have worshipped Maa Durga:

Yet another legend of Navratri relates to the Hindu epic Ramayana. It goes that Lord Rama worshipped Goddess Durga in nine aspects, for nine days, in order to gather the strength and power to kill Ravana. He wanted to release Sita from the clutches of powerful demon king Ravana, who had abducted her. Those nine nights became to be known as Navratri and the tenth day, on which Lord Rama killed Ravana, came to be called Vijayadashmi or Dusshera, signifying Rama's (good) triumph over Ravana (evil).

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