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In the sri valmiki ramayana who said "ramoh vigrahavaan dhramaha" : rama is the personification of dharma and to whom did he tell this.

Tags: religion & spirituality, sri valmiki, ramoh vigrahavaan
Asked by Haalayudha Dattuni, 01 Apr '12 09:37 pm
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Ramo Vigrahavan Dharma.
yad yad hi dharmasya

glnir bhavati bhrata

abhyutthnam adharmasya

tadtmnam srjmy aham

Sri Krishna the God himself said the above statement that means when ever Dharma is not followed and Adharma becomes prevalent I manifest myself to end the trend. God has incarnated in many avaratas out of which Dasavataras are important. Out of these 10 Avataras Rama Avatara is the most important one for mankind. As Rama, Lord Vishnu, relinquished all the divine powers and lead life of a normal man.
Answered by LIPSIKA, 01 Apr '12 09:41 pm

 
  
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