The Evidences of Ramayana – Proves That Rama Sita was real

Ramayan, an ancient text of the Hindu religion. We’ve been hearing about this since our childhood.

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Ramayan is an ancient Hindu religious book. We’ve been hearing about it since we were kids. Can we think such an old story is still true today? Is Maryada Purushottam Ram, Lord Hanuman, Mata Sita, and Ravan real or merely stories?

There are such evidences that you can use to determine whether Ramayan is factual or merely a tale.

The Sri lanka’s Soil & Ashok Vatika

When Ravan kidnapped Sita, he took her to Lanka and imprisoned her for 11 months and 14 days at Ashok Vatika. Today, Ashok Vatika may be found in Sri Lanka’s resort city of Seetha Eliya, near Nuvara Eliya. The astonishing reality is that the Ashok Vatika in Ramayan, which occurred in Treta Yug, can be observed in Kalyug.

A similar phenomenon can be found in Sri Lanka’s soil. It is stated that when Lord Hanuman arrived in Lanka to abduct Sita, he set fire to the entire island. Even today, where it was supposed to be Ravan’s Lanka, the soil is black in comparison to the rest of Sri Lanka. Actually, the soil turns black after thousands of years of decaying organic matter in high-temperature settings. So it is possible that Lord Hanuman truly burnt Ravan’s Lanka.

Lord Hanuman Supremecy

According to the Ramayan, Lord Hanuman possessed the blessing of altering his physical shape to little and large as well as flying in the air. So, per Lord Ram’s command, Hanuman assumed the appearance of an enormous person to find Sita and jumped a long distance to reach the seashores of Lanka. Lord Hanuman’s colossal form is supposed to have been so massive that pits developed on the ground where he jumped.

Lord Hanuman’s footprints can still be seen today in Sri Lanka’s Ashok Vanam. In different regions, these footprints are small and large. We learn from this that Lord Hanuman can change his physical shape from large to little. In reality, his footprints can be found across Asia, not only in Sri Lanka. One footprint can be found in Andhra Pradesh as a result of this.

The Floating Stones

Ram stones floating in the water? In general, all stones drown in water, thus why didn’t stones named Ram drown? Rameshwaram is a city located 1000 km from Andhra Pradesh. According to Ramayan, Lord Ram and his army of monkeys wrote ‘Ram’ on every stone from here, and those stones began to float in the stream.

These stones were used to build the Ram Setu Bridge, which they used to walk to Lanka. Those types of floating stones can still be seen in Rameshwaram’s coastal districts nowadays.

Many archaeologists believe that these are Pumice rocks, which are rocks formed by a volcanic eruption and naturally float in water. However, pumice rocks are discovered near sites where a volcanic eruption has happened, and there is no evidence of a probable volcanic eruption in Rameshwaram’s coastal districts.

There has been no volcanic eruption, but the rocks remain afloat. Logically, this appears to be impossible. And up until now, we’ve only discussed rocks floating in the water, but what if you find proof of an entire bridge built from these rocks? NASA had testified about the Ram Setu Bridge.

NASA Shuttle shared a photo of a mystery bridge that previously connected India and Sri Lanka. The bridge was 30 kilometres long, according to that photograph. NASA has also stated that the bridge’s composition and curvature violate scientific and physics rules. If you expand this using Google Maps’ Satellite Function or Google Earth, you will undoubtedly locate this evidence.

Temple of Raavan

You’ve probably heard about Ram Mandir. But did you know there are also temples dedicated to Ravan? Although Lord Ram demonstrated in the Ramayan by killing Ravan that good always triumphs over evil, there are several cities in India where Ravan’s temples are built and he is venerated.

But, when everyone worships Ram as God, why do they revere Ravan? It is because Ravan was a Rishi Putra and an erudite Brahmin who had performed Lord Shankar’s penance and received many benefits. He was well-versed in Shastra and Veda, and as a result of his virtues, Ravan is revered in several Indian states. Ravan is claimed to have been born in the Uttar Pradesh town of Bishrakh.

That is why, following Navaratri, the people perform ‘Yagya’ and, instead of burning Ravan’s sculptures during Dussehra, they pay their respects to him. A Ravan temple is built in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, and it only opens once a year. People there believe Ravan was born on the tithi of Dussehra and died on the same tithi. People adore him and burn his statues during the evening on Dussehra. After that, this temple closes and reopens on the next Dussehra.

Similarly, several places in Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, and Rajasthan revere Ravan for his great attributes.

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