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  Lakshmana
While Rama and Lakshmana were living in the wilderness, a Rakshasi named Surpanakha, sister of Ravana, fell in love with Rama and made advances to him.
Rama then called upon Lakshmana to disfigure the Rakshasi, and accordingly he cut off her nose and ears.
Lakshmana knowing his fate, retired to the river Sarayu and resigned himself.
www.mythfolklore.net /india/encyclopedia/lakshmana.htm   (521 words)

  
 LAKSHMANA
Lakshmana was such that during the first two days after his birth, he was not taking food and was crying for the sake of Rama.
Lakshmana, who was under orders to keep out visitors, told Durvasa in great humility that as Rama was in conversation with someone else, he should wait for a while.
Lakshmana used to display his strength only in the presence of human beings or rakshasas, but would never display even a fraction of his strength in the presence of Rama.
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 Aranyakand - 98   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Lakshmana warned Rama that it is all Maricha in disguise, however, Rama in his eagerness to please his wife and remembering Sage Agastya’s instructions to take care of sita in every way, goes after the deer leaving strict instructions to Lakshmana to guard sita.
Lakshmana refused to go as his brother had instructed him to guard sita and he suspected that it is part of a deep scheme.
Lakshmana was frightened to see his brother losing sight of dharma and talked in length to his brother.
www.hindunet.org /ramayana/discourse/aranyakand.htm   (1463 words)

  
 Hindu Deities 3
Lakshmana was a half brother to Rama whose story is told in the Ramayana, one of the most popular stories in the Hindu tradition.
Lakshmana accompanied Rama and Sita in their exile and shared their struggles.
In the great battle with ten-headed demon Ravana, Lakshmana was fatally wounded but was restored to health when Hanuman, the god-king of the monkeys, brought to the battle field the mountain on which grew special healing herbs.
www.iloveulove.com /spirituality/hindu/hindudeities3.htm   (686 words)

  
 Introduction -  Lakshmana   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Lakshmana and Shatrughna were born to Dasharatha’s second queen Sumitradevi while Bharata was the offspring of the juniormost queen Kaikeyi.
Lakshmana grew up with Sri Rama, as the latter’s constant companion since early Childhood, so much so that it appeared as if he was the outer soul of Sri Rama.
Lakshmana came to be recognized as an ideal younger brother.
www.freeindia.org /biographies/greatpersonalities/lakshmana/index.htm   (323 words)

  
 MantraOnNet.com: Tales Of Wisdom - Sri Ram Jayam
Lakshmana was sitting in his seat, happy and joyous, for he had eagerly waited for years to see the coronation of his beloved brother.
Lakshmana was dear to all and everybody knew the devotion with which he served Ram in the forests.
Lakshmana must be thinking that I am putting on an act and is mocking at me." She covered her eyes and shed bitter tears.
www.mantraonnet.com /tales/sri-ram.html   (1489 words)

  
 Tamil New Year Discourse 2002
Lakshmana went to her and called her by her name in a raised voice.
Lakshmana asked her as to what she was painting.
When Lakshmana fainted in the battlefield, Rama lamented, saying, "If I were to search in the world, I may get another wife like Sita, but not a brother like Lakshmana".
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 Pearls from the Ramayana
Lakshmana was looking at the wife of his brother as his own mother and was looking only at her feet.
Lakshmana, Bharatha and Satrughna one day went to Sita and made a complaint and said that Hanuman was with Rama all the twenty-four hours, and that he is not giving them any opportunity for doing service to Rama.
When the Princes were in their teens, Dasaratha sent Rama and Lakshmana along with Sage Viswamitra to the forest, to guard from demons the sacred rituals then being performed by the Sage.
www.saibaba.ws /articles1/pearlsramayana.htm   (3526 words)

  
 Summer Course Discourse - 18 May
What Lakshmana meant was that, when Rama raised the bow, there was a sudden tilt in earth's balance leading to the turbulence.
Lakshmana was the incarnation of Adisesha- the heavenly serpent that had the strength to bear the entire world on its coils.
Lakshmana had already informed her that Sita too was accompanying Rama to the forest.
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 Indian Mythology - Hindu Mythology Articles, Facts @ Indian Divinity.com >> RAMA AVATAR
Lakshmana brought his chariot and stationed it at the door of Sita's palace.
Lakshmana in reply asked, "Mother, why did you desire to go to the hermitages?" Sita did not understand him fully.
Lakshmana was tired carrying the heavy package Sita had brought.
www.webonautics.com /mythology/avataar_rama7.html   (694 words)

  
 Sri Lakshmana Swamy - jnani of Ramana Maharshi Lineage   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Sri Lakshmana Swamy - jnani of Ramana Maharshi Lineage
Sri Lakshmana realized the Self in Sri Ramana's presence in 1949 at the age of 24.
She surrendered completely to Sri Lakshmana Swamy and realized the Self at the age of 18.
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 Sathya Sai Baba - Rama Katha Rasavahini - The Rama Story - Panchavati
Off and on, he raised Lakshmana to the role of a vehicle for spreading his teachings, intended for the uplift of humanity and instructed him on the ideals of morality and progress.
As soon as her eyes fell on Lakshmana, she was allured by the halo of goodness and the splendour that illumined his body.
Rama raised Lakshmana gently from the ground and described to him the fate of the fourteen thousands and their masters, during the battle that lasted barely half an hour.
laluni.helloyou.ws /askbaba/ramakatharasavahini/r1022.html   (5829 words)

  
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When Lakshmana found that Sini was losing ground in his battle against sleep he smilingly lulled the kid, transferred him to his wife’s arms gently lifting him over the front seat.
Lakshmana could only see the man’s back and what he saw more than the back was his graying tied-up tuft on his clean-shaven head, sitting like a duck on the plain sands of a placid lake.
As Lakshmana looked at Gopal he thought he recognized the boy and that weak recognition was quickly bolstered by the sight of the mildly swollen left cheek of Gopal, where he thought he saw the marks of his own fingers like the marks on a cow-dung cake.
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 Lakshmana - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Lord of Serpents, Sheshanaga was incarnated to the earth in the form of Lakshmana and during the Dwapara Yuga, he incarnated as Balarama.
Early in their exile, when Bharata enters the forest with the royal entourage to persuade Rama to return to rule Ayodhya, Lakshmana initially mistakes his intentions; he jumps to the conclusion that the former was approaching with malicious intent.
Lakshmana is revered for his absolute devotion to Rama.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lakshmana   (950 words)

  
 Divine Discourse, May 18 2002, Summer Course - Ramayana - II
Lakshmana was the incarnation of Adisesha - the heavenly serpent that had the strength to bear the entire world on its coils.
Lakshmana resided in the forests with Sita and Rama for fourteen years.
As Rama let Lakshmana relax and calm down under a tree', he explained to the perplexed Lakshmana, "This is the kingdom of Ravana's sister, Soorpanaka.
www.eaisai.com /baba/docs/d020518.html   (4744 words)

  
 My Rama is My All — Sri Chinmoy
SITA (angrily): Lakshmana, you have come into the forest, and you are making everybody feel that you are my husband's greatest friend, his dearest brother.
Here the author explores the depth of Lakshmana's love for his brother and it is because of this love that all the other sacrifices are possible.
LAKSHMANA: O Rama, you are my eldest brother, but I have always considered you to be my father.
www.srichinmoy.org /resources/library/plays/my_rama_is_my_all   (3048 words)

  
 Lakshmana - Heroes' Hero   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
A bridge had to be built across the ocean to reach there The Bridge was constructed and the army under the leadership of Rama and Lakshmana, landed in Lanka.
When on occasion they had to retreat in the face of heavy attack of the Rakshasa, Rama and Lakshmana came forward, carried on the battle and protected their soldiers.
Hanuman went and brought the herb, which was applied, to Lakshmana who woke and asked whether Ravana had been killed.
www.freeindia.org /biographies/greatpersonalities/lakshmana/page8.htm   (435 words)

  
 Lakshmana, the Support of Rama quiz -- free game   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Lakshmana is one of Shri Rama's younger brothers, and is the one who lives with him for 14 years in the forests.
Only twice in his entire life did Lakshmana disobey Shri Rama's orders.
Who was Lakshmana able to slay because he had not eaten, slept, or seen the face of a woman for 14 years?
www.funtrivia.com /playquiz.cfm?qid=201157   (135 words)

  
 Rama, Sita, and Lakshmana in the Forest   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
This folio depicts the forest exile of Rama, Sita, and Rama's brother Lakshmana, who left the kingdom clad in the stark bark-and-leaf garments of ascetics.
In spite of his repose, Rama keeps his sword on his lap and a bow by his side, while his quiver of arrows hangs from a nearby branch.
To the left, Lakshmana attentively skins a fl buck in preparation for a meal of roasted venison kebabs.
www.asia.si.edu /devi/fulldevi/deviFor71.htm   (165 words)

  
 Sathya Sai Baba - Rama Katha Rasavahini - The Rama Story - Lakshmana - Too
Lakshmana was standing at the door and listening to the words spoken inside the room.
Lakshmana was watching the anguish of Kausalya and listening to her words.
Meanwhile, Lakshmana was greatly moved; his eyes turned red; he lost all awareness of where he was and amidst whom; his lips became dry; his tongue was tied; he had a fixed stare; he bowed his head and looked on the ground; tears flowed without let or hindrance.
laluni.helloyou.ws /askbaba/ramakatharasavahini/r1013.html   (8903 words)

  
 Lakshmana prepare food for Rama: Ramayana Painting: Indian Epic: Epic Painting: Paintings - Art of Legend India Product ...
He was happy with the company of Sita and lakshmana and do not miss his friends and family.
Lakshmana scaled a tall tree and gazed to north.
Lakshmana prepare food for Rama and Sita in the jungle
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 INDOlink Kidz-Korner -RAMAYANA -Part 3: Abduction of Sita
Lakshmana swiftly intervened, and cut off her nose with his dagger.
Lakshmana warned that the golden deer may be a demon in disguise.
On seeing Rama and Lakshmana from a distance, and not knowing the purpose of their visit, Sugriva sent his close friend Hanuman to find out their indentity.
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 Ramayana - A True Story of Lord Rama & Goddess Sita
When Lord Rama is offered kingdom, he tells Lakshmana to also rule the kingdom as he was his second self.
When Sita behaves as a mad-women and accuses Lord Lakshmana of leaving Lord Rama alone to die, so he could enjoy with her.
When Lord Rama and Lakshmana are treated with varieties of food by ascetic women Sabari.
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 Lakshmana   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Lakshaman(far left) with [[Rama(center) and Sita (far right) and Hanuman(kneeling)-Bhaktivedanta Manor, Watford, England ]] Lakshmana was the son of Dasaratha, King of Ayodhya and Sumitra.
He had a brother named Shatrughna who killed Lavnasur and was the younger brother of Rama.
Lakshmana is the ideal brother in Hinduism and was known for serving his brother for 14 years in exile, after leaving his wealth and his wife.
lakshmana.kiwiki.homeip.net   (216 words)

  
 Lakshmana
He is said to be the incarnation of Sesha or the thousand-headed Naga upon whom reclines Lord Vishnu in the primordial ocean of milk.
Thus, Lakshmana is the incarnation of Sesha (also known as Adisesha or Seshanaga) while Bharata is the incarnation of Vishnu's conch (snail).
Article "Lakshmana" created on 22 September 2002; last modified on 22 September 2002 (Revision 1).
www.pantheon.org /articles/l/lakshmana.html   (107 words)

  
 American Forum - Ramayana
Lakshmana was sure that his brother had come to kill them.
Lakshmana said sadly, "The dharma law is difficult to know and sometimes more difficult to follow.
Panchavati - Rama, Sita and Lakshmana abode in the forest.
www.globaled.org /curriculum/story2a.html   (6862 words)

  
 Ram Lakshmana
The story of Rama and Lakshmana, the idolized relationship between brothers is the subject that appeals without qualification to all.
There Ravana abducted Sita and thereon Ram and Lakshmana remained together, consoled each other and did their best to free Sita.
During the period, many a times their love foe each other was put to test, and each time they emerged winners.
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 Hindu Deities: Sita, Rama, Lakshmana   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The worship of Lord Rama is very popular among all Hindus, as is evident by the numerous temples dedicated to him in India.
In the temple images, Rama is usually shown with his faithful wife Sita, devoted brother Lakshmana, and his beloved devotee Hanuman.
The life story of Rama and the main purpose of his incarnation (to destroy the demon king Ravana) is described in the great epic Ramayana.
www.koausa.org /Gods/God4.html   (227 words)

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