Hero of the Ramayana epic poem.
Lakshmi, the "giver of pleasure" to Lord Narayana.
(lit., one who is pleasing, delightful) The seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu, Rama is seen as the embodiment of dharma and is the object of great devotion. He is the central character in the Indian epic Ramayana.
An incarnation of the Supreme Lord as a perfect righteous king, born as the son of Dasharatha and Kaushalya. Rama is also a name of Lord Krishna, meaning "the source of all pleasure," and a name of Lord Balarama and Lord Parashurama. As part of the Hare Krishna maha-mantra, refers to the highest eternal pleasure of Lord Krishna; may also refer to Lord Balarama or Lord Ramacandra.
Reincarnation of Vishnu.
Lord Ram, a manifestation of God on earth, in India, prior to Lord Krishna's manifestation. The Ramayana, one of the greatest epics of world literature, contains the story of His life.
The seventh avatar of Vishnu; one of the most popular Hindu gods, the model of righteousness. As son of Dasaratha and husband of Sita, he is the great hero of the Ramayana.
seventh avatar of Vishnu and hero of the epic The Ramayana
There are three Ramas; Parasurama, Ramchandra and Balarama, but it is to the second of these that the name is specially applied
A popular hero god who is an avatar of Vishnu. His wife is Sita.
Great Hindu avatar, Seventh avatar of Visnu, Divine warrior; related to the sun
The incarnation of the Lord, and hero of the Ramayama. (Avoid using the variant 'Ram' for obvious reasons.
popular short form for Ramacandra, a celebrated avatara of Visnu].
avatar of Vishnu whose name is synonymous with God; any of three incarnations: Ramachandra or Parashurama or Balarama; "in Hindu folklore Rama is the epitome of chivalry and courage and obedience to sacred law"
name of hero of Ramayana poem
1) a name of Lord Krsna meaning "the source of all pleasure" 2) Lord Ramacandra, an incarnation of Krsna as a perfect righteous king.
an incarnation of Vishnu; the leading character in the Ramayana
A god and mythical king; a form of Vishnu.
The hero of the HIndu epic Ramayana; regarded by Hindus as a Divine Incarnation ( avatara).
The seventh incarnation of Vishnu and the hero of the great epic Ramayana (Adventures of Rama).
Hero of epic Ramayan
the protagonist of the Indian epic poem Ramayana (the story of Rama), sometimes considered a Hindu god and an avatar of Vishnu
An incarnation of Lord Vishnu
(sometimes referred to as Lord Rama and also as Shri Rama) is a Hindu incarnation of God, said to be one of the ten avatars of Vishnu. There is debate, existing mainly in the Western countries, as to whether he was a real or mythical king in ancient India. In Eastern countries, he is largely regarded as real. His life and heroic deeds are related in the Hindu Sanskrit epic the Ramayana.
an incarnation of God Vishnu preceding Krishna; the principal hero of the Ramayana
Major figure in the popular Indian epic Ramayana. (p. 176)
The kings in the current Chakri dynasty of Thailand are often referred to as Rama followed by Roman ordinal in English translation. The name Rama was adopted from the name of Hindu god Rama.