Story Of Lord Ram During His Exile

 Story Of Lord Ram During His Exile

  1. First stop - Kevat Context
  2. Second stop - at the Ghat of Chitrakoot
  3. Third stop - Ashram of Rishi Atri
  4. Fourth stage - Dandakaranya
  5. The fifth stop - Rama in Panchavati
  6. Sixth stop - Sitaharan's place 'Sarvatirtha'
  7. Seventh stop - Sita's search
  8. The eighth stop - Shabari's ashram
  9. The ninth stop - Meeting with Hanuman
  10. The tenth stop - Rameshwaram
  11. The eleventh stop - Dhanushkodi
  12. The twevlth stop - 'Nuwara Eliya' mountain range

Shri Ram got exiled for 14 years. During this exile, Shri Ram took schooling and got to know many sages, did penance, and prepared the tribal, wooded area dwellers and all types of Indian society of India and led them in the direction of religion.

He tied the whole of India in the thread of one ideology, but during this time something happened to him that changed his life. As mentioned in Ramayana and according to many researchers, when Lord Rama was exiled, he started his journey from Ayodhya to Rameshwaram and then to Sri Lanka.

During this, more than 200 incidents of incidents have been identified wherever they happened.
Renowned historian and archaeological researcher Dr. Ram Avtar has unearthed extra than two hundred such locations associated with the activities of the existence of Shri Ram and Sita, in which even these days there are memorial sites, in which Shri Ram and Sita stayed or stayed.

The time period of the places like monuments, frescoes, caves, etc. was investigated by scientific methods. Come let's know about some of the major places...

First stop - Kevat Context

When Rama was exiled, Valmiki Ramayana and according to researchers he first reached the Tamasa river, which is 20 km from Ayodhya. He then crossed the Gomti river and reached Shringverpur, 20–22 km from Prayagraj (Allahabad), which was the kingdom of Nishadraj Guha. It was here on the banks of the Ganges that he asked the boatman to cross the Ganges. 'Singraur': Located 22 miles (about 35.2 km) northwest of Allahabad, the place named 'Singraur' was known as Shringverpur in ancient times. This city is mentioned in Ramayana. The city was situated on the banks of the Ganges valley. In the Mahabharata, it's been known as a `pilgrimage'. 'Kurai': There is a place called Kurai in the Prayagraj district, which is situated on the bank of the river Ganges near Singraur. Singaur on the other side of the Ganges and Kurai on this side. After crossing the Ganges at Singraur, Shri Ram landed at this place.

Second stop - at the Ghat of Chitrakoot

After going ahead of Kurai, Shri Ram reached Prayag with his brother Lakshman and wife. Prayag is presently called Allahabad. Here is the confluence of Ganga-Jamuna. This is the biggest pilgrimage place for Hindus. Lord Shri Ram crossed the Yamuna river near the Sangam and then reached Chitrakoot.
The monuments positioned right here consist of Valmiki Ashram, Mandavya Ashram, Bharatkup, etc.

Unique Siddha Pahar

Siddha Pahar is located in the Birsinghpur area of ​​Satna district. Here Lord Shri Ram took the first vow to destroy the nocturnal people. Today society is refusing to accept it, but it is the same mountain, which has been described in the Ramayana.
Chitrakoot is the location in which Bharata reaches together along with his military to influence Rama. Then while Dasharatha died. India regulations from right here with the aid of using taking Ram`s footpad and maintaining his footpad.

Third stop - Ashram of Rishi Atri

Near Chitrakoot become the ashram of Atri Rishi positioned in Satna (Madhya Pradesh).
Maharishi Atri used to live in the Tapovan of Chitrakoot. There Shriram spent some time. Atri Rishi is the seer of the fifth division of Rigveda. The name of the wife of Rishi Atri is Anusuiya, who was one of the twenty-four daughters of Daksha Prajapati. After leaving Chitrakoot's Mandakini, Gupt Godavari, small hills, caves, etc., Lord Rama reached the dense forests.

Fourth stage - Dandakaranya

After staying for a few days in the ashram of Atri Rishi, Shri Ram made the dense forests of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh his shelter. This forest area was Dandakaranya. 'Dandakaranya' starts from 'Atri-ashram'. Some parts of Chhattisgarh were ruled by Ram's maternal grandfather and some parts by Banasur.

There is a lot of evidence of Rama's stay in the rivers, mountains, lakes and caves here. It is here that Rama cut his exile. It was named Dandakaranya because of the demon Dandaka. This area is now known as Dantewada.

Presently the Gond caste resides here and the entire Dandakaranya is now in the grip of Naxalism. Bhadrachalam, a city in Andhra Pradesh, is part of this Dandakaranya. Situated at the banks of the Godavari River, the town is well-known for the Sita-Ramchandra Temple. This temple is on the Bhadragiri mountain. It is stated that Shri Ram spent some days in the course of his exile in this Bhadragiri mountain.

According to neighborhood belief, there has been a struggle between Ravana and Jatayu withinside the sky of Dandakaranya and a few components of Jatayu had fallen in Dandakaranya. It is thought that that is the best temple of Jatayu withinside the world.

The fifth stop - Rama in Panchavati

After staying in the ashrams of the sages at Dandakaranya, Shri Ram went to the ashram of Agastya Muni in Nashik after crossing several rivers, ponds, mountains and forests. The sage's ashram was in the Panchavati area of ​​Nasik. In Tretayuga, Shri Ram along with Lakshman and Sita spent some time in exile here.

Sixth stop - Sitaharan's place 'Sarvatirtha'

It was only after the killing of Shurpanakha, Maricha, Khar, and Dushan in the Nashik region that Ravana abducted Sita and also killed Jatayu, whose memory is preserved even these days in an area known as 'Sarvatirtha' in Taked village, fifty-six km from Nashik.

Seventh stop - Sita's search

Sarvatirtha, where Jatayu was killed, was the first place to search for Sita. After that Shri Ram-Lakshman reached the region of the Tungabhadra and Kaveri rivers. He went in search of Sita to many places in the Tungabhadra and Kaveri river areas.

The eighth stop - Shabari's ashram

Rama and Lakshmana went in search of Sita while crossing the Tungabhadra and Kaveri rivers. After meeting Jatayu and Kabandha, they reached Rishyamook mountain. In the manner he additionally visited the Shabari Ashram close to the Pampa River, that's positioned in present-day Kerala. Shabri was a Bhilani by caste and her name was Shramana. The famous `Sabarimalaya Temple' shrine of Kerala is located at the banks of this river.

The ninth stop - Meeting with Hanuman

Crossing the Malay Mountains and the sandalwood forests, they proceeded towards Mount Rishyamook. Here he met Hanuman and Sugriva, saw Sita's ornaments and Sri Rama killed Bali. Rishyamook mountain and Kishkindha town are located in Hampi, District Bellary, Karnataka.

Kodikarai: After meeting Hanuman and Sugriva, Shri Ram formed his army and headed toward Lanka. After crossing the Malay mountains, sandalwood forests, many rivers, springs, and forest gardens, Rama and his army set out for the sea. Shri Ram first gathered his army at Kodikarai.

Sugriva Cave

The cave where Sugriva lived in fear of his brother Bali is known as Sugriva Cave. It was situated on the Rishyamook mountain.

The tenth stop - Rameshwaram

Rameshwaram seaside is a serene seaside and the shallow waters are best for swimming and sunbathing. Rameswaram is a well-known Hindu pilgrimage center. According to the epic Ramayana, Lord Shri Ram worshiped Lord Shiva right here earlier than ascending to Lanka. The Shivling of Rameshwaram is the Shivling established by Shri Ram. Ram Setu Ram Sethu, also known as Adams Bridge in English, is a chain of limestone bridges between Rameswaram Island off the southeast coast of India (Tamil Nadu) and Mannar Island off the northwest coast of Sri Lanka.
Geographical proof suggests that sooner or later this bridge used to attach India and Sri Lanka via way of means of land route. This bridge is about 18 miles (30 km) long.

The eleventh stop - Dhanushkodi

According to Valmiki, after searching for three days, Sri Rama found a place in the sea in front of Rameshwaram, from where Sri Lanka could be easily reached.
He determined to rebuild from the stated region to Lanka with the assist of Nal and Neel. . Dhanushkodi is a village located on the southern edge of Rameswaram Island on the east coast of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Dhanushkodi is located in the southeast of Pamban. Dhanushkodi is about 18 miles west of Talamannar in Sri Lanka.

The twevlth stop - 'Nuwara Eliya' mountain range

According to Valmiki-Ramayana, there has been a palace of Ravana withinside the center of Sri Lanka. The whirlpools of tunnels and caves are found in the middle of the high hills of central Lanka towards Bandravela, about 90 km from the 'Nuwara Eliya' hills.

Many such archaeological stays are determined to right here, whose duration has been extracted from carbon dating.

The secret of Ravana's Lanka

There are different beliefs about the Ramayana period. While some people deny it due to lack of historical evidence, some consider it to be true. Although it is given the name of faith, but the Ram Setu discovered in the sea by NASA further confirms the belief of such people.