It tells that as soon as humans started to originate Hindu dharma was created even though Rama is the seventh incarnation. Hanuman’s devotion to Rama tells at the best possible but imagined evolution. Ramayana is the mixing of the most dominant animal species and humans.
Rama is the Adam’s God as per the Hindu dharma; the God of eternal. It so happens that Rama dissolved his preaching and distributed into various texts, including Vedas, Puranas, Upanishads, Ramayana and Gita. The Ramayana tells at the abduction of Sita by devil king Ravana and Rama’s fight with him to release Sita from the captivity.
In reality, Ravana should be a devil king in the South of India. He should be hurting the religious activities of the people there. He should have persecuted the people in the South. Hanuman should be a wisest person among them and knowing the story about Rama that he was very generous and ideal king he should have proposed the idea to request him to contain the devil. He must have gone to the Ayodhya to request Rama to defeat Ravana and teach a lesson to all those who are like him.
Rama was an investor and it gets explicit even in Valmiki’s Ramayana. Rama of the Ramayana of Valmiki did not want to kill Ravana. This gets clear by him sending his messengers and ambassadors to Ravana, including Hanuman. So the real Rama should have defeated Ravana but did not kill him. Instead, finding that Ravana was intelligent and symbolic he should have proposed him marriage with a fair Northern Indian Brahmin girl. In this way Rama introduced Brahminism and Vaishnavaism to the South. Rama wanted to establish a Hindu state based on the principles of Sanatana dharma.
This gets substantiated by the fact that purpose of dharma is not only to preach but to expand, preserve and continue. Rama by not killing Ravana fulfilled all the purposes of Sanatana dharma. The argument gets reflected in the fact that in Rama, Ramayana and Ravana all words have an alternate ‘a’ after a different alphabet. Ravana=AR+Vana, implying in the year of reign Rama went to forest. The successor to Ravana, according to Ramayana is Vibhisen, which implies that ‘We are fierce’. It suggests, though does not prove, that Ravana continued as the ruler of his kingdom after interaction with Rama. Also Sita becomes His Hat if two ‘h’ are added, implying cardinal person to Rama. Here two ‘h’ stand for Hindu and Hindi.
The modern poet of Ramayana, Tulsidas finds flaw in Valmiki’s Ramayana. According to Tulsidas in Ramacharitamanas, Sita and Rama decide to play an act for the betterment of the world and Sita takes the form of Maya Sita. This represents the effect of consciousness; the modern creative Hindu brain does not accept the theory that Sita, the incarnation of Laxmi, was abducted and they are right too. Moreover, Ravana had ten heads and it renders him completely fictitious character. But it has symbolic meaning too. Even though the Bhagavada accepts eighteen incarnations of Vishnu, the more common view is that there were only ten incarnations.
According to Hindu theories based on Manichean beliefs, Vishnu takes incarnations to end evil and devilism. Therefore, Ravana’s ten heads represent ten devils and his death end of ten devils. Rama is representative of Vishnu who by killing Ravana in epic Ramayana symbolizes the fulfillment of the dharma.
Rama dissolved his preaching to maintain the meaning of Sanatana dharma. In the word Sanatana, the word tana can not be changed because tana means idol and Hindus are fundamentally idol-worshippers. Since Sana is an Arabic word and since it has no direct meaning in Sanskrit it needs to be changed as per modern consciousness. One can not change ‘a’ in Sana as this alphabet is omnipresent in Hinduism. Now one operation backward is sacred because as it is argued that Krishna is considered the most important incarnation of Vishnu but in reality it is Rama. So one step backward in English alphabet would make ‘S’, ‘R’ and ‘N’, ‘M’ and the word becomes Ramatana dharma; implying religion based on the worship of Rama’s idol. Also dharma means hd+Rama, implying Rama of Hindu dharma. Ramatana has different meaning too as tangent function has value zero at zero degree and +/-infinity at +90/-90 degrees. Implying Rama is the origin of Hindu dharma with he extrapolated backwards he becomes Shiva and other incarnations of Vishnu. His future is Krishna and Siddhartha, if Siddhartha is considered to be an incarnation of Vishnu. There are plenty of Sanskrit words which can prove the arguments given here; the most notably is the word Pranava, which is the original word for Om. Pranava=P+Rana+Va which becomes Om+Rama+Aum, using the same argument with little effort.
Rama's genesis can be originated back to Shakti and Shiva which no other Hindu God has ever had. Rama was born on the ninth day of Chaitra Naravatri and the war with Ramayana started on the first day of Ashwin Navaratri and ended after the next day of the end of the nine day fasting festival. It not only tells the importance of Rama but also first there was Rama and then these nine-day long fasting festivals. Rama also worshipped Shivalingum in the deep South; it should be considered as the fact that Shiva is like his father. The worship promoted inter-sectarian relationship in India.
The Vijayadashmi has almost the same meaning with the condition that Rama did not kill Ravana but ended evil in him. The day should have a lot of meaning for Indian state other than that for Hindus as Rama was the biggest investor and champion of better North-South relations. He was the biggest Unionist till date India has produced as well. The investors are rarely socialists though Rama can not be considered as capitalist either. He was a humanist and only way to worship him is worshipping his idols as they are done in Ayodhya.
But Rama’s idols should be made of metal and should be two-sized; one for homes and one for temples. This should be uniform all over India. Hindus require institutionalization and integration to take into account newer consciousness. In addition, Rama is the only deity who can accept the heterogeneity of Indian demography so easily. Krishna would find it very difficult to tolerate Muslims while Rama can easily do. Moreover, the possibility of future incarnations of Vishnu, if they are soothing and helpful to Hinduism, unlike Buddhism, would resemble more like Rama, than like Krishna because Rama understands the complexity of state better than Krishna.
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