Ram (Sanskrit: राम Rām) or Ramachandr is the seivent avatar o the Hindu God Vishnu. He is the central figur o the Hindu epic Ramayana, which is the principal narration o the events connectit tae his incarnation on yird, his ideals an his greatness. Rama is ane o the mony popular deities in Hinduism an especially o the various Vaishnava sects. Releegious texts an scripturs based on his life hae been a formative component in numerous culturs o Sooth an Sootheast Asie.[1] Alang wi Krishna, Rama is conseedert tae be ane o the maist important avatars o Vishnu. In a few Rama-centric sects, he is conseedert the Supreme Bein, rather nor an avatar.

Morality, Virtue, Ideal son, Ideal keeng, Ideal student, Ideal teacher, Ideal brither, Ideal husband
Sanskrit transleeterationRāma
RegionIndian Subcontinent
FestivalsRama Navami
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SiblinsLakshmana, Bharata, Shatrughna


  1. Dimock Jr, E.C. (1963). "Doctrine and Practice among the Vaisnavas of Bengal". History of Religions. 3 (1): 106–127. doi:10.1086/462474. JSTOR 1062079.