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There are a lots of stories related to lord rama still which has not shown in any version of ramayan simply we can post here ,i want these stories should be include in this new version of zee tv ramayan.Smile

Those members which are interested to participate here, they can post their beautiful stories here.Tongue

members can post others stories also from different-different forum related to lord rama but plez don't forget to mention the name of original post.



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Edited by chahat22 - 27 November 2012 at 9:18pm

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This is my story already posted by me here
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At the time of construction of ramsetu all the monkeys was writing lord rama's name on stone and than throw it in water so that stone did'nt engrosse in the water,stone floats over it.lord rama also try's this thing and writes his name on stone and then throw it into water but the stone gets engrossed in it so lord rama felt so sad . when hanumanji observe his lord's face sad than he comes and asks the cause of sadness than lord rama replies and askes a quistion from hanumanji.
or we can say lord rama wants to examine the intelligence y  of his  devotee.
lord rama askes?????hanuman plez tell me when all others or u throws the stone into water than it gets floats over it but when i try this fact than it does'nt float, it gets engrossed why is it so???????????can u give me answer of this quistion??
than hanumanji also was so intelligent he smiles , and understand everything and gives very nice answer which poet has written something as...

"PAAR HOGA WAHI JISKO PAKDOGE RAM
JISKO CHHODOGE PAL BBHAR MAI DOOB JAYGA"

it means
 "hey prabhu paar wahi hoga jise aap  pakdoge 
parantu jise aap swayam hi chhod denge bo bhala kaise paar ho sakta hai ,uska doobna to nischit hai"




Edited by chahat22 - 28 November 2012 at 11:59pm

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originally posted by luminous02
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This is a real and true story of lord Rama and vaishno devi .

vaishno devi  prayed to Lord Vishnu in the form of Rama who reached the seashore alongwith his army in search of Sita, his eyes fell on this divine girl in deep meditation. Rama asked Trikuta her name and reason for penance. She replied that she had accepted Rama as her husband by mind and heart.
On hearing this Ram told her that he had vowed to be faithful to wife. However, Ram ji wished that penance of Trikuta should no go waste and unfruitful. Therefore he said to her, "I will definitely come to see you in a disguised form. If you can recognise me at that time then I will accept you." 

It is said that on his return from Lanka, Lord Rama went to see the girl in the form of an old monk (Sadhu) but she did not recognise him as God. 

He revealed his identity and assured Trikuta that in 'Kaliyug' he would manifest himself as 'Kalki' would marry her. 

He asked Trikuta to meditate in Trikuta range of Manik Mountains, situated in north India. He said that Trikuta would become immortal forever and would become famous as 'Vaishno Devi'.
 


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thanx dear for this nice thread 
thanx for including my story here my cute darling chahat


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Thanks For Posting The Stories. I Will Be Reading More Stories. From This Thead.

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lord rama's 108 names

  1. Adipurusha: Primordial being
  2. Ahalyashapashamana: Remitter of Ahalya's curse
  3. Anantaguna: Full of virtues
  4. Bhavarogasya Bheshaja: Reliever of all earthly ailments
  5. Brahmanya: Supreme Godhead
  6. Chitrakoot Samashraya: Creating Chitrakoot's beauty in the Panchvati forest
  7. Dandakaranya Punyakrute: One who ennobled the Dandaka forest
  8. Danta: Image of serenity
  9. Dashagreeva Shirohara: Slayer of the ten-headed Ravana
  10. Dayasara: Embodiment of kindness
  11. Dhanurdhara: One with a bow in hand
  12. Dhanvine: Born of the Sun race
  13. Dheerodhata Gunothara: Kind hearted valiant
  14. Dooshanatrishirohantre: Slayer of Dooshanatrishira
  15. Hanumadakshita: Depends and trusts Hanuman to fulfil his task
  16. Harakodhandarama: Armed with the curved Kodhanda bow
  17. Hari: The omnipresent, omniscient, omnipotent one
  18. Jagadguruve: Spiritual teacher of the universe of Dharma, Artha and Karma
  19. Jaitra: One who symbolises victory
  20. Jamadagnya Mahadarpa: Destroyer of Jamadagni's son Parashuram's price
  21. Janakivallabha: Janaki's consort
  22. Janardana: Liberator from the cycle of birth and death
  23. Jaramarana Varjita: Free from the cycle of births and deaths
  24. Jayantatranavarada: Boon provider to save Jayanta
  25. Jitakrodha: Conqueror of anger
  26. Jitamitra: Vanquisher of enemies
  27. Jitamitra: Vanquisher of enemies
  28. Jitavarashaye: Conqueror of the ocean
  29. Jitendra: Conqueror of the senses
  30. Jitendriya: Controller of the senses
  31. Kausaleya: Kausalya's son
  32. Kharadhwamsine: Slayer of demon Khara
  33. Mahabhuja: Giant armed, broad chested lord
  34. Mahadeva: Lord of all lords
  35. Mahadevadi Pujita: Worshipped by Lore Shiva and other divine lords
  36. Mahapurusha: Great Being
  37. Mahayogine: Supreme Meditator
  38. Mahodara: Generous and kind
  39. Mayamanushyacharitra: Incarnation of the human form to establish dharma
  40. Mayamareechahantre: Slayer of demon Tataka's son Mariachi
  41. Mitabhashini: Reticent and mellifluous speaker
  42. Mrutavanarajeevana: Reviver of dead monkeys
  43. Munisansutasanstuta: Worshipped by sages
  44. Para: The Ultimate
  45. Parabrahmane: Supreme Godhead
  46. Paraga: Uplifter of the poor
  47. Parakasha: Bright
  48. Paramapurusha: The supreme Man
  49. Paramatmane: The supreme soul
  50. Parasmaidhamne: Lord of Vaikuntta
  51. Parasmaijyotishe: Most radiant
  52. Parasme: Most Superior
  53. Paratpara: Greatest of the greats
  54. Paresha: Lord of the lords
  55. Peetavasane: Wearing yellow attire signifying purity and wisdom
  56. Pitrabhakta: Devoted to his father
  57. Punyacharitraya Keertana: Subject for hymns sung in His adulations
  58. Punyodaya: Provider of immortality
  59. Puranapurushottama: Supreme being of the Puranas
  60. Purvabhashine: One who knows future and speaks of events to come
  61. Raghava: Belonging to the Raghu race
  62. Raghupungava: Scion of Raghakula race
  63. Rajeevalochana: Lotus-eyed
  64. Rajendra: Lord of the lords
  65. Rakshavanara Sangathine: Saviour of boars and monkeys
  66. Rama: The ideal avatar
  67. Ramabhadra: The most auspicious one
  68. Ramachandra: As gentle as the moon
  69. Sacchidananda Vigraha: Eternal happiness and bliss
  70. Saptatala Prabhenthachha: Rid the curse of the Seven Tale Trees
  71. Sarva Punyadhikaphala: One who answers prayers and rewards good deeds
  72. Sarvadevadideva: Lord of all gods
  73. Sarvadevastuta: Worshipped by all divine beings
  74. Sarvadevatmika: Dwells in all gods
  75. Sarvateerthamaya: One who turns the water of ocean sacred
  76. Sarvayagyodhipa: Lord of all sacrificial offerings
  77. Sarvopagunavarjita: Destroyer of all evil
  78. Sathyavache: Always truthful
  79. Satyavrata: Adopting truth as penance
  80. Satyevikrama: Truth makes him powerful
  81. Setukrute: Builder of the bridge over ocean
  82. Sharanatrana Tatpara: Protector of devotees
  83. Shashvata: Eternal
  84. Shoora: The valiant one
  85. Shrimate: Revered by all
  86. Shyamanga: Dark skinned one
  87. Smitavaktra: One with a smiling face
  88. Smruthasarvardhanashana: Destroyer of devotees' sins through their meditation and concentration
  89. Soumya: Benevolent and calm faced
  90. Sugreevepsita Rajyada: One who recovered Sugreeva's kingdom
  91. Sumitraputra Sevita: Worshipped by Sumitra's son Lakshmana
  92. Sundara: Handsome
  93. Tatakantaka: Slayer of yakshini Tataka
  94. Trilokarakshaka: Protector of the three worlds
  95. Trilokatmane: Lord of the three worlds
  96. Tripurte: Manifestation of the Trinity - Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva
  97. Trivikrama: Conqueor of the three worlds
  98. Vagmine: Spokesman
  99. Valipramathana: Slayer of Vali
  100. Varaprada: Answer to all prayers
  101. Vatradhara: One who practises penance
  102. Vedantasarea: Embodiment of philosophy of life
  103. Vedatmane: Spirit of the Vedas rests in Him
  104. Vibheeshana Pratishttatre: One who crowned Vibheeshana as king of Lanka
  105. Vibheeshanaparitrate: Befriended Vibbeeshana
  106. Viradhavadha: Slayer of the demon Viradha
  107. Vishwamitrapriya: Vishwamitra's loved one
  108. Yajvane: Performer of Yagnas

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Lord ram has elder sister

The Vasistha Ramayana , which is one version of the Ramayana written by Valmiki , in its Adi parva refers to the ancestry of Dasaratha , his birth and how he became a king in the Solar dynasty . This reveals an unknown story about Dasaratha ' s youth , marriage and about his female child . Adbhuta Ramayana and Adhyatma Ramayana also refer to this subject .

                             When King Aja of Kosala died , his son Dasaratha was only eight months old . When he attained the age of 18 , he became the ruler of Kosala . He was a powerful king . The King of northern Kosala agreed to rule under his patronage . He had a beautiful daughter , Kausalya , whom Dasaratha wanted to marry . The King agreed ; but did not know that he and Dasaratha were closely related , coming from the same clan  ...  sagotra .

                            The demon King of Lanka , Ravana , wanted to marry Kausalya . He came to know from Brahma that his death would be at the hands of a divine son born to Dasaratha and Kausalya . Ravana became furious and decided to kill Kausalya even before her marriage . But Mandodari , his wife , pleaded with him not to commit stree hati  ( the sin of killing a woman ) . She suggested that the marriage could be prevented by separating Kausalya from Dasaratha . Ravana agreed . He sent a few demons to kidnap Kausalya , put her in a box and float it in  the river Sarayu so that she would not have a chance to survive and thereby preventing the marriage of Dasaratha with Kausalya .

                             One day Dasaratha was crossing the Sarayu river . He saw a box being thrown into the river by some persons from a hillock . Dasaratha jumped out of his boat and retrieved the box after fighting with the men . He was surprised to see Kausalya inside the box and thus saved her . Sage Narada who appeared there said it was the right time for the marriage of Dasaratha and Kausalya . Shortly the marriage was solemnised .

                            Soon Kausalya gave birth to a female child which unfortunately had a handicap in its leg . The child was named Shantai . The palace doctors could not remove the handicap . Sage Vashistha said the handicap was due to the marriage between close cousins -- of the same gotra . He suggested she would become normal if given in adoption to a divine couple ... ( ?  ) . Dasaratha and Kausalya gave the child in adoption to Romapada , the king of Angadesa . Shantai ' s disability vanished with due care and treatment . Romapada performed the marriage of Shantai with Rishyasringa Maharishi .

                             It was after Shantai was given in adoption that Dasaratha got married to Sumitra and Kaikeyi with the hope of getting  healthy children . As he had no issue even after that  Dasaratha arranged for the Putrakameshti  Yaga on the advice of sages . It was Rishyasringa who performed the Yaga and enabled Dasaratha to beget four sons .

                            The unknown story in the Ramayana highlights that Shantai was Sri Rama ' s elder sister  . It also brings to light the ancient wisdom in the ill effects of consanguine marriages .



Edited by superdil19 - 25 November 2012 at 9:21am

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