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If sri Hanuman could have fly to mountains and move them to places. Why did he not took Sri Rama and his people to Sri Ravana's Palace flying.Why they build Ramsetu.
I request to my friends there is no intention of hurting any one but a doubt since i saw on TV.

Asked by Zafar, 27 Jun '08 02:50 am
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these are tales afterall so believe it or forget it
Answered by Prakash Mehendale, 27 Jun '08 03:14 am

 
  
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Lord Sri Ram sent Hanuman as a messenger. Hanuma(Sanskrit for muscular power)n crossed the ocean . Met Sita Devi and offered her to lift her to Sri Rama (Sundarakandam -Valmiki Ramayan) Ma Sita refused as that would bring a bad name to Lord Sri Rama of secretly lifting Ma Sita without Ravan`s knowledge.Ramsetu was needed for others.
Answered by IRAGAVARAPU JAGANNATHASWAMY, 27 Jun '08 04:15 am

 
  
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most probably it ws due to the huge army
Answered by Tariq Ali, 27 Jun '08 06:01 am

 
  
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dear,it needs a reply in detail,and space here is less -in brief the construction of ram setu was the need of time to move with the army (VANAR SENA) in srilanka
Answered by Pardeep kapoor, 27 Jun '08 02:54 am

 
  
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Tv people just imageine accoridng to the mytholiogical books and make it wiwhout thinking in the deep.there was mention a pushpak viman so many years back so tell me is it not there now?
Answered by krish, 27 Jun '08 09:46 am

 
  
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let belief be belief,dear friend, even though you claim that it is not your intention to hurt, all your questions point to only one thing that you have doubts about belief of Hindus only and not any doubt about the islam that you are following. I would request you to please dwell on so many other subjects that do not hurt the feelings of the others.
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 29 Jun '08 06:27 pm

 
  
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Tke it easy yaar , all they accept ,
thats a stories, ,means no question, thats a imagination,
AS , JAY VEERU, AND GABAR,
JAB BACHA ROTA HAI TU MA KAHTI HAI , SUJA NAH ITU GABAR AJEYEGA,
Answered by wajid ali, 28 Jun '08 01:01 pm

 
  
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its a mythological story ! if you ask karunanidhi down south he will say that rama did not exist at all and it is a figment of a potes/writers imagination.
Answered by Stone Heart, 27 Jun '08 02:33 pm

 
  
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Everything has its own purpose why Ram as he himself is God can kill ravan in any second but he went through all the difficulties and you should also consider the help which is done by Squirrels which've done a great help in crossing the sea that is remembered till now and hanuman himself can kill ravan and brought sita but he didnt do that thats not the fate so everythin has its own reasons
Answered by vijay, 27 Jun '08 06:29 am

 
  
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Dont notiece all these things while watching TV.
Answered by mohammed assadi, 27 Jun '08 03:01 am

 
  
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