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This Is How Yoga Is Connected To Lord Rama, Sita & Other Characters Of Ramayana. Use This Knowledge To Unlock Your Potential

Kirti Tarang Pande | Last Modified - Apr 18, 2017, 06:26 PM IST

Love him or hate him, but you can't ignore the real essence of Lord Rama. We put him under a yogic scanner in this article
  • Lord Rama: Metaphorical significance
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    Lord Rama: Metaphorical significance
    The most interesting thing about Rama is that everyone feels strongly about him, because he is different to different people. A scientist may look at him as a mastermind of ‘Ram-Setu’ bridge; a historian may look at him as a people’s king; romantic at hearts may see him as a passionate lover who walked across jungles all the way to Sri Lanka for Sita; a feminist may look at him as the man who disowned his wife.
    In present India, your views on Rama maybe shaped by your political allegiance or vice-versa. You may love him or hate him, but you can't ignore the real essence of Lord Rama. Today, let's put him under a yogic scanner in this article.
    Who is Rama?
    As always, the simplest answer lies in Yoga. Sankhya Darshan, the philosophy from which Yoga & Ayurveda have emerged, uses Rama as a metaphor for self realization. Goswami Tulsidas has said,
    Ja ki rahi bhawana jaisi,
    Prabhu moorat dikhe tin waisi
    Everyone paints Rama with their own brush
    Click on the next slides to know how to find Lord Rama through yoga...
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    The most interesting thing about Rama is that everyone feels strongly about him, because he is different to different people. A scientist may look at him as a mastermind of ‘Ram-Setu’ bridge; a historian may look at him as a people’s king; romantic at hearts may see him as a passionate lover who walked across jungles all the way to Sri Lanka for Sita; a feminist may look at him as the man who disowned his wife.
    In present India, your views on Rama maybe shaped by your political allegiance or vice-versa. You may love him or hate him, but you can't ignore the real essence of Lord Rama. Today, let's put him under a yogic scanner in this article.
    Who is Rama?
    As always, the simplest answer lies in Yoga. Sankhya Darshan, the philosophy from which Yoga & Ayurveda have emerged, uses Rama as a metaphor for self realization. Goswami Tulsidas has said,
    Ja ki rahi bhawana jaisi,
    Prabhu moorat dikhe tin waisi
    Everyone paints Rama with their own brush
    Click on the next slides to know how to find Lord Rama through yoga...
  • +5 See more slides
    The most interesting thing about Rama is that everyone feels strongly about him, because he is different to different people. A scientist may look at him as a mastermind of ‘Ram-Setu’ bridge; a historian may look at him as a people’s king; romantic at hearts may see him as a passionate lover who walked across jungles all the way to Sri Lanka for Sita; a feminist may look at him as the man who disowned his wife.
    In present India, your views on Rama maybe shaped by your political allegiance or vice-versa. You may love him or hate him, but you can't ignore the real essence of Lord Rama. Today, let's put him under a yogic scanner in this article.
    Who is Rama?
    As always, the simplest answer lies in Yoga. Sankhya Darshan, the philosophy from which Yoga & Ayurveda have emerged, uses Rama as a metaphor for self realization. Goswami Tulsidas has said,
    Ja ki rahi bhawana jaisi,
    Prabhu moorat dikhe tin waisi
    Everyone paints Rama with their own brush
    Click on the next slides to know how to find Lord Rama through yoga...
  • +5 See more slides
    The most interesting thing about Rama is that everyone feels strongly about him, because he is different to different people. A scientist may look at him as a mastermind of ‘Ram-Setu’ bridge; a historian may look at him as a people’s king; romantic at hearts may see him as a passionate lover who walked across jungles all the way to Sri Lanka for Sita; a feminist may look at him as the man who disowned his wife.
    In present India, your views on Rama maybe shaped by your political allegiance or vice-versa. You may love him or hate him, but you can't ignore the real essence of Lord Rama. Today, let's put him under a yogic scanner in this article.
    Who is Rama?
    As always, the simplest answer lies in Yoga. Sankhya Darshan, the philosophy from which Yoga & Ayurveda have emerged, uses Rama as a metaphor for self realization. Goswami Tulsidas has said,
    Ja ki rahi bhawana jaisi,
    Prabhu moorat dikhe tin waisi
    Everyone paints Rama with their own brush
    Click on the next slides to know how to find Lord Rama through yoga...
  • +5 See more slides
    The most interesting thing about Rama is that everyone feels strongly about him, because he is different to different people. A scientist may look at him as a mastermind of ‘Ram-Setu’ bridge; a historian may look at him as a people’s king; romantic at hearts may see him as a passionate lover who walked across jungles all the way to Sri Lanka for Sita; a feminist may look at him as the man who disowned his wife.
    In present India, your views on Rama maybe shaped by your political allegiance or vice-versa. You may love him or hate him, but you can't ignore the real essence of Lord Rama. Today, let's put him under a yogic scanner in this article.
    Who is Rama?
    As always, the simplest answer lies in Yoga. Sankhya Darshan, the philosophy from which Yoga & Ayurveda have emerged, uses Rama as a metaphor for self realization. Goswami Tulsidas has said,
    Ja ki rahi bhawana jaisi,
    Prabhu moorat dikhe tin waisi
    Everyone paints Rama with their own brush
    Click on the next slides to know how to find Lord Rama through yoga...
  • +5 See more slides
    The most interesting thing about Rama is that everyone feels strongly about him, because he is different to different people. A scientist may look at him as a mastermind of ‘Ram-Setu’ bridge; a historian may look at him as a people’s king; romantic at hearts may see him as a passionate lover who walked across jungles all the way to Sri Lanka for Sita; a feminist may look at him as the man who disowned his wife.
    In present India, your views on Rama maybe shaped by your political allegiance or vice-versa. You may love him or hate him, but you can't ignore the real essence of Lord Rama. Today, let's put him under a yogic scanner in this article.
    Who is Rama?
    As always, the simplest answer lies in Yoga. Sankhya Darshan, the philosophy from which Yoga & Ayurveda have emerged, uses Rama as a metaphor for self realization. Goswami Tulsidas has said,
    Ja ki rahi bhawana jaisi,
    Prabhu moorat dikhe tin waisi
    Everyone paints Rama with their own brush
    Click on the next slides to know how to find Lord Rama through yoga...

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