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Best Ram Darbar Traditional Painting On Canvas For Living Room

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Size : 36 inches x 24 Inch ..90 cm x 60 cm
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MPROTECH Branded Sree Ram Praying Lord Shiva Traditional Painting On Canvas For Living Room. Buy Beautiful paintings and wall stickers Decoration product for your high-class flat interior… MPROTECH is a Digital Painting manufacturing unit to bring you a fine line of Canvas and digital paintings. We are making high-quality images & trials until we achieve what we can impress you with. We just want you to feel awesome when you admire it hanging on the wall…we are using Export quality Cotton fabric Canvas for home decor canvas painting and ..We are also producing our Painting on silk material and Vinyl Sticker Synthetic Material. We are using two types of Canvas like UV and Eco

MATERIAL QUALITY

UV Canvas is a lifetime color base product not require glass for the frame and not require any restriction to hang on the wall its looks like the hand painting. it’s washable and moisture-proof…Eco Canvas color may be fade after 3 to 5 years if the painting placed a heated area or direct sunlight area… Require AC room For this canvas. for the frame, Eco Canvas also not require Glass for the frame it’s also washable

FRAME DETAIL

We are not providing a frame because having a 90 % possibility of damage from courier Handling and extra cost of courier charges because it’s to big size canvas… The Readymade frame is not good for high class flat and residential houses…Wall beauty depends on the frame and finishes so you can choose a good quality frame as you like...

You don’t necessarily need to use glass for saving the painting from dust… You can frame open canvas…because you can be cleaned with a damp cloth once in a while & no colors would come off… All are easy to maintain & clean By shampoo water.

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Free Shipping All Over India…We Will ship carefully rolled in PVC Tube

Best ram darbar painting Traditional Jai Sri Ram Painting 01Ram Darbar

Rama or Ram Sanskrit: राम, IAST: Rāma, also known as Ramachandra (रामचन्द्र, Rāmacandra), is a major deity of Hinduism. He is the seventh avatar of the god Vishnu, one of his most popular incarnations along with Krishna, Parshurama, and Gautama Buddha. Jain Texts also mentioned Rama as the eighth Bala Bhadra among the 63 salakapurusas. In Rama-centric traditions of Hinduism, he is considered the Supreme Being.

Rama was born to Kaushalya and Dasharatha in Ayodhya, the ruler of the Kingdom of Kosala. His siblings included Lakshmana, Bharata, and Shatrughna. He married Sita. Though born in a royal family, their life is described in the Hindu texts as one challenged by unexpected changes such as an exile into impoverished and difficult circumstances, ethical questions and moral dilemmas. Of all their travails, the most notable is the kidnapping of Sita by demon-king Ravana, followed by the determined and epic efforts of Rama and Lakshmana to gain her freedom and destroy the evil Ravana against great odds. The entire life story of Rama, Sita, and their companions allegorically discusses the duties, rights, and social responsibilities of an individual. It illustrates dharma and dharmic living through model characters.

Rama is especially important to Vaishnavism. He is the central figure of the ancient Hindu epic Ramayana, a text historically popular in the South Asian and Southeast Asian cultures. His ancient legends have attracted bhasya (commentaries) and extensive secondary literature and inspired performance arts. Two such texts, for example, are the Adhyatma Ramayana – a spiritual and theological treatise considered foundational by Ramanandi monasteries,[12] and the Ramcharitmanas – a popular treatise that inspires thousands of Ramlila festival performances during autumn every year in India.

Rama legends are also found in the texts of Jainism and Buddhism, though he is sometimes called Pauma or Padma in these texts,[16] and their details vary significantly from the Hindu versions.

Etymology and nomenclature

Rāma is a Vedic Sanskrit word with two contextual meanings. In one context as found in Atharva Veda, as stated by Monier Monier-Williams, means “dark, dark-colored, black” and is related to the term ratri which means night. In another context as found in other Vedic texts, the word means “pleasing, delightful, charming, beautiful, lovely”. The word is sometimes used as a suffix in different Indian languages and religions, such as Pali in Buddhist texts, where -rama adds the sense of “pleasing to the mind, lovely” to the composite word.

 

Rama as a first name appears in the Vedic literature, associated with two patronymic names – Margaveya and Aupatasvini – representing different individuals. A third individual named Rama Jamadagnya is the purported author of hymn 10.110 of the Rigveda in the Hindu tradition.[18] The word Rama appears in ancient literature in reverential terms for three individuals:

 

Parashu-rama, as the sixth avatar of Vishnu. He is linked to the Rama Jamadagnya of the Rigveda fame. Rama-chandra, as the seventh avatar of Vishnu and of the ancient Ramayana fame. Bala-rama, also called Halayudha, as the elder brother of Krishna both of whom appear in the legends of Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. The name Rama appears repeatedly in Hindu texts, for many different scholars and kings in mythical stories.  The word also appears in ancient Upanishads and Aranyakas layer of Vedic literature, as well as music and other post-Vedic literature, but in qualifying context of something or someone who is “charming, beautiful, lovely” or “darkness, night”. The Vishnu avatar named Rama is also known by other names. He is called Ramachandra (beautiful, lovely moon , or Dasarathi (son of Dasaratha), or Raghava (descendant of Raghu, solar dynasty in Hindu cosmology).  He is also known as Ram Lalla ( Infant form of Rama).

 

Additional names of Rama include Ramavijaya (Javanese), Phreah Ream (Khmer), Phra Ram (Lao and Thai), Megat Seri Rama (Malay), Raja Bantugan (Maranao), Ramudu (Telugu), Ramar (Tamil). In the Vishnu sahasranama, Rama is the 394th name of Vishnu. In some Advaita Vedanta inspired texts, Rama connotes the metaphysical concept of Supreme Brahman who is the eternally blissful spiritual Self (Atman, soul) in whom yogis delight nondualistically.

The root of the word Rama is ram- which means “stop, stand still, rest, rejoice, be pleased”.

According to Douglas Q. Adams, the Sanskrit word Rama is also found in other Indo-European languages such as Tocharian ram, reme, *romo- where it means “support, make still”, “witness, make evident”. The sense of “dark, black, soot” also appears in other Indo European languages, such as *remos or Old English romig.

Lord Rama worshipped Shiva.

Rameshwaram, an island off the coast of the state of Tamil Nadu in mainland India, is home to one of the twelve Jyotirlingas. Named Ramalingam, the Linga was worshipped by Shri Rama before he left for Lanka to wage a war against Ravana to free Mata Sita, who had been held captive by the demon king.

According to a legend, Lord Rama sent Hanuman to Varanasi (Kashi) to bring a Linga so that he could worship Lord Shiva before leaving for Lanka. However, soon after sending Hanuman to Kashi, Rama, anticipating that his prayer would get delayed, made a small linga of sand from the sea shore and worshipped it.

 

When Hanuman returned with a Linga from Kashi, he was upset to see Shri Rama already offering prayers. In a fit of rage, childlike Hanuman tried to destroy the Linga made of sand with his tail.

But his might couldn’t work against Lord Shiva, who had been invoked by Shri Rama in the Linga. The sand structure soon hardened and turned into stone and Hanuman fell a few feet away owing to the sheer force.

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