JIM Indore Tries to Depict the Life of Lord Rama through Ramleela

HTCampus Expert updated on : 20 Oct 2016

Jaipuria Institute of Management showcased a play on Ramleela on the auspicious of Dussehra.

To mark the victory over evil on the commemorate day of Dussehra, Jaipuria Institute of Management, Indore showcased a play on Ramleela.
 
The Ramayana is based on the life, times and values of lord Rama and all those circumstances which he faced during Vanvas. Rama is the hero of the Ramayana epic, an incarnation of the God Vishnu. 
 
The play was coordinated by cultural committee under the guidance of Prof. Rekha Attri.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The first scene of the play showed how Rama ,the prince of Ayodhya won the hand of the beautiful princess, Sita, after defeating other princes came in swayamvara of Sita. After that the play continued by all other scene as- When Rama is about to ascend the throne of Ayodhya, kaekai step mother of Rama forced her husband king Dasaratha to exile Rama for fourteen years to the forest so that bharat, kaekai’s own son and one of the princes of Ayodhya becomes the king. Following Rama, his wife Sita and his younger brother Lakshmana went for 14 years of Vanvas.
 
 
 
In the forest Surpnakha sister of Ravan got attracted towards both the prince and on their rejection she tried killing Sita but lost her nose when attacked by Lakshmana and then Surpnakha complained Ravan about all these and so Sita was abducted by Ravan for taking revenge from both the princes, then Rama met with hanuman, his devotee and gathered an army of Vanar sena and bears to search Sita.
 
 
 
 
The allies attacked Lanka, killed Ravan, and rescued Sita. In this way Lord Rama by his patience and braveness hosted the flag of victory on good over evil by Ravan dahan. The epic ripe the moral to Never give up. Be prepared for overcoming all the obstacles that arises on our way and do good to all because what goes around come backs around.
 
Source: Insiya Ali, HTCampus Specialist 
 

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