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Shocking Ramayan fact: Lord Rama had many wives apart from Sita

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Valmiki Ramayan reveals other facts about Rama as well. Know more here
  • Ramayan
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    Ramayan

    The story of Tulsidas Ramayan is a very short one. Besides it is simple and in itself there is nothing sensational about it.

    According to it, Rama is the son of Dasharatha, the king of Ayodhya, the modern Banares. In due course Rama was married to Sita. He was then sent on an exile for 14 years. During his exile, Sita who had accompanied Rama was kidnapped by Lanka’s King Raavan. Then Rama with the help of Hanuman defeated Raavan and returned to Ayodhya with Sita and brother Lakshman.

    However, as per Valmiki Ramayan, written around 2000 years before Tulsidas Ramayan, things were quite different. Rama who is belived to have one wife, Sita as per Tulsidas Ramayan, actually had many wives as mentioned in Valmiki Ramayan.

    Not just that, the Valmiki Ramayan also reveals many secrets of Rama’s personal life. Rama was an ordinary man who became the King eventually in Valmiki Ramayan, but was potrayed as a God in Tulsidas’s Ramayan.

    Click on this slide show to know more about Rama’s wives and his personal life…

  • Translation of Valmiki Ramayan
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    Translation of Valmiki Ramayan

    The story of Tulsidas Ramayan is a very short one. Besides it is simple and in itself there is nothing sensational about it.

    According to it, Rama is the son of Dasharatha, the king of Ayodhya, the modern Banares. In due course Rama was married to Sita. He was then sent on an exile for 14 years. During his exile, Sita who had accompanied Rama was kidnapped by Lanka’s King Raavan. Then Rama with the help of Hanuman defeated Raavan and returned to Ayodhya with Sita and brother Lakshman.

    However, as per Valmiki Ramayan, written around 2000 years before Tulsidas Ramayan, things were quite different. Rama who is belived to have one wife, Sita as per Tulsidas Ramayan, actually had many wives as mentioned in Valmiki Ramayan.

    Not just that, the Valmiki Ramayan also reveals many secrets of Rama’s personal life. Rama was an ordinary man who became the King eventually in Valmiki Ramayan, but was potrayed as a God in Tulsidas’s Ramayan.

    Click on this slide show to know more about Rama’s wives and his personal life…

  • Many wives of Rama
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    Many wives of Rama

    The story of Tulsidas Ramayan is a very short one. Besides it is simple and in itself there is nothing sensational about it.

    According to it, Rama is the son of Dasharatha, the king of Ayodhya, the modern Banares. In due course Rama was married to Sita. He was then sent on an exile for 14 years. During his exile, Sita who had accompanied Rama was kidnapped by Lanka’s King Raavan. Then Rama with the help of Hanuman defeated Raavan and returned to Ayodhya with Sita and brother Lakshman.

    However, as per Valmiki Ramayan, written around 2000 years before Tulsidas Ramayan, things were quite different. Rama who is belived to have one wife, Sita as per Tulsidas Ramayan, actually had many wives as mentioned in Valmiki Ramayan.

    Not just that, the Valmiki Ramayan also reveals many secrets of Rama’s personal life. Rama was an ordinary man who became the King eventually in Valmiki Ramayan, but was potrayed as a God in Tulsidas’s Ramayan.

    Click on this slide show to know more about Rama’s wives and his personal life…

  • Ashoka Vana
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    Ashoka Vana

    The story of Tulsidas Ramayan is a very short one. Besides it is simple and in itself there is nothing sensational about it.

    According to it, Rama is the son of Dasharatha, the king of Ayodhya, the modern Banares. In due course Rama was married to Sita. He was then sent on an exile for 14 years. During his exile, Sita who had accompanied Rama was kidnapped by Lanka’s King Raavan. Then Rama with the help of Hanuman defeated Raavan and returned to Ayodhya with Sita and brother Lakshman.

    However, as per Valmiki Ramayan, written around 2000 years before Tulsidas Ramayan, things were quite different. Rama who is belived to have one wife, Sita as per Tulsidas Ramayan, actually had many wives as mentioned in Valmiki Ramayan.

    Not just that, the Valmiki Ramayan also reveals many secrets of Rama’s personal life. Rama was an ordinary man who became the King eventually in Valmiki Ramayan, but was potrayed as a God in Tulsidas’s Ramayan.

    Click on this slide show to know more about Rama’s wives and his personal life…

  • Apsaras
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    Apsaras

    The story of Tulsidas Ramayan is a very short one. Besides it is simple and in itself there is nothing sensational about it.

    According to it, Rama is the son of Dasharatha, the king of Ayodhya, the modern Banares. In due course Rama was married to Sita. He was then sent on an exile for 14 years. During his exile, Sita who had accompanied Rama was kidnapped by Lanka’s King Raavan. Then Rama with the help of Hanuman defeated Raavan and returned to Ayodhya with Sita and brother Lakshman.

    However, as per Valmiki Ramayan, written around 2000 years before Tulsidas Ramayan, things were quite different. Rama who is belived to have one wife, Sita as per Tulsidas Ramayan, actually had many wives as mentioned in Valmiki Ramayan.

    Not just that, the Valmiki Ramayan also reveals many secrets of Rama’s personal life. Rama was an ordinary man who became the King eventually in Valmiki Ramayan, but was potrayed as a God in Tulsidas’s Ramayan.

    Click on this slide show to know more about Rama’s wives and his personal life…

  • Tulsidas Ramayan
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    Tulsidas Ramayan

    The story of Tulsidas Ramayan is a very short one. Besides it is simple and in itself there is nothing sensational about it.

    According to it, Rama is the son of Dasharatha, the king of Ayodhya, the modern Banares. In due course Rama was married to Sita. He was then sent on an exile for 14 years. During his exile, Sita who had accompanied Rama was kidnapped by Lanka’s King Raavan. Then Rama with the help of Hanuman defeated Raavan and returned to Ayodhya with Sita and brother Lakshman.

    However, as per Valmiki Ramayan, written around 2000 years before Tulsidas Ramayan, things were quite different. Rama who is belived to have one wife, Sita as per Tulsidas Ramayan, actually had many wives as mentioned in Valmiki Ramayan.

    Not just that, the Valmiki Ramayan also reveals many secrets of Rama’s personal life. Rama was an ordinary man who became the King eventually in Valmiki Ramayan, but was potrayed as a God in Tulsidas’s Ramayan.

    Click on this slide show to know more about Rama’s wives and his personal life…

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