Self-Growth by study of Ramayana - Page 2
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    Sir: while I find your insights fascinating, I think it important to recognize that first and foremost Ramayana is a human story. Indeed, Rama himself denies that he is an Avatara of Vishnu, proclaiming himself only a human being. Sri Vaishnava acharyas describe how each incident in Adikavi Valmiki Ramayana covers the good qualities of Rama and how we as human beings - to be truly human - should cultivate these good qualities in ourselves to live a long and happy life.

    Consequently, as Mareecha himself said, Sri Rama is dharma incarnate, and our serving him in our thoughts and actions is the proper dharma for us.
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