The advent of the lord supreme, Ram Navami. On this auspicious day, Bhagwan Vishnu took his seventh incarnation and arrived in this mortal realm as Dashrath & Kaushalya’s son; Ram. Mostly revered as Maryada Purshottam, his regime is still remembered as the paradigm of perfect
Once, Manu and his wife Shatrupa undertook severe penance in the forest in order to be blessed by a son. So sincere and severe was their penance, that Ananta (never-ending) Vishnu appeared before them and pleased with their devotion, blessed them with a boon. Manu
Suryavanshi Raja Dasharatha of the solar dynasty had three chief queens, Kaushalya, Sumitra and Kaikeyi, of whom Kaikeyi was the youngest and loveliest. Besides being beautiful, she was also a good warrior.
Kaushalya was the first queen of King Dashratha, ruler of Ayodhya. She was a princess from the land of Kaushal. Maryada Purushottam Rama was born as her son. Kaushalya was sweet-natured, devout, and devoted to her husband. Kaikeyi and Sumitra were her co-queens.
Sumantra was the chief minister in the court of King Dasharatha and was also his most trusted aide. When Dasharatha was married to Kaushalya, princess of Kaushal kingdom, Sumantra was also wedded to the daughter of the minister of Kaushal.
King Dashratha had three queens, Kaushalya, Sumitra and Kaikeyi. Sumitra was considered equal to Kaushalya in status. She was the daughter of the King of Magadha. She was serene, sweet-natured and courteous and therefore a favorite with everyone. She was balanced in her outlook and