(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.
In Hindu mythology ram is the seventh incarnation of Vishnu and the warrior hero of the holy Hindu epic, the Ramayana. He is also regarded as the embodiment of righteousness.
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.
Hero of the Hindu epic Ramayana Rama. A designation for all pervasive Nirankar God.
An incarnation of Lord Vishnu.
The Avatar whose life is the subject of the Hindu epic, The Ramayana. (1a)(Du)(Gr)(N2) The Avatar (q.v.) whose life is the subject of the Hindu epic The Ramayana and whose teachings come to us through Hinduism. See also Sita - Ram. (1b) An incarnation of the Avatar; the subject of the Hindu epic The Ramayana The Avatar who lived in India, dates unknown. His consort was Sita. (L)
name of the Absolute Truth as the source of transcendental unlimited pleasure; incarnation of the Supreme Lord, Lord Ramachandra, as a perfect, righteous king, who appeared in Ayodhya in the Treta-yuga.