Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Good Design Practices with Rama dan Sinta

In the epic Ramayana, Dasaratha, Emperor of Ayodhya, has three wives named Kausalya, Sumitra and Kaikeyi in Treta Yuga, who follow Satya Yuga and are replaced by Dwapara Yuga.

Their biggest worry is that they have no children for the throne someday in Ikshvaku Kula or the great, pious, virtuous emperor kingdom. Rishi Vasistha advised him to perform Puthra Kamesti Yagna, through which he could have the desired child. He also tells him to invite Maharshi Rishyasringa to do this yagna for him.

Dasaratha approval and head to the ashram Maharshi Rishyasringa, to invite him. Maharshi agreed and accompanied Emperor Dasaratha to Ayodhya (the Capital of Avadha) and performed the yagna. As a result of this yagna, Yagneshwara appeared and gave Dasaratha a bowl of the divine pudding (Khidir / payasam) and asked him to give it to his wives.

Dasaratha gave one and a half Payasam to his elderly wife Kausalya, and the other half for his young Kaikeyi's wife. They both gave half of their portion to Sumitra. After the third day of the queen was pregnant. On the ninth day (Navami) of Chaithra Masa (first month of the Vedic calendar), by day Kausalyaa gave birth to Rama, Kaikeyi gave birth to Bharata, and Sumitra twin boys, Laksmana and Shatrughna.Rama was The seventh incarnation of Vishnu, who takes birth by his own will, on the Bhuloka (Earth) when Adharma rules over the Dharma. He protects all his followers by conquering the roots of Adharma. Rama decides to incarnate to destroy the Asuras or people by forming demons and evil, called Ravana.

Keep your text paragraphs at a reasonable length. If a paragraph is too long, you should split it into separate paragraphs so that the text blocks will not be too big. This is important because a block of text that is too large will deter visitors from reading your content.


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