Rama, Lord Vishnu’s Seventh Incarnation
In Hinduism, he is considered an important manifestation of God. Rama or Ram was also referred as Ramachandra and horrifically as Sri Rama, is a legendary/historical kind of ancient India. Vishnu came in the form of Rama to rescue the world from the demon, Ravana. Must I also point out that seven in the number of the universe, and ‘ram’ is the chant of the naval chakra.
Ram’s purpose was to ensure that justice and peace (dharma) ruled. He is the hero of the epic, Ramayana, and he is regarded as an example of morality and virtue. Rama is shown with a bow in his hand, symbolizing his strength, because he won the hand of his wife, Sita, using a bow in a contest. He is usually depicted with his brother Lakshmana, his wife Sita, and Hanuman (the monkey god).