Rama Avatar Relationship with Sun According to Astrology
The Dashavatars of Lord Vishnu are said to have taken nine avatars, while the tenth incarnation is yet to be born. It is believed that Kalki will be the tenth incarnation of Vishnu, who will incarnate at the end of Kali Yuga and will destroy the wicked riding on a white horse. Of all the incarnations that Vishnu has taken so far, Shri Krishna is considered to be the best incarnation because in him all the sixteen arts that are possible in any person, i.e. sixteen arts were present. Rama Avatar He was known as Purna Purushottam. Let us know which incarnation of Lord Vishnu had so many arts.
Lord Shri Ram, considered to be the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu, has 12 arts. One reason for this is also believed that Lord Shri Ram was Suryavanshi and there are 12 Arts of the Sun. For this reason, it is believed that all the arts of the Sun God were present in Lord Shri Ram.
Ram Avatar: The Ideal Man
Lord Rama took birth in Treta Yuga in the abode of Dasharatha and Kaushalya. He is the hero of the epic Ramayana and is associated with the construction of Ram Setu as we probably know it today. Rama was an ideal king and ideal man. He killed Ravana and Kumbhakarna, another form of Jay and Vijay.
There was a lot of terror of the demon king Ravana in Tretayuga. Even the gods were afraid of him. To slaughter him, Lord Vishnu took birth in the form of a son from the womb of Mother Kaushalya to King Dasharatha. In this embodiment, Lord Vishnu killed many demons and lived his life following the limits.
He went into expulsion at the behest of his father Dashratha. While undergoing exile, the demon king Ravana kidnaps his wife Sita. Lord Rama reached Lanka in search of Sita, there was a fierce battle between Lord Rama and Ravana in which Ravana was killed. Thus Lord Vishnu took the incarnation of Rama and freed the deities from the fear of Ravana.
Rama Avatar's Connection with the Sun
The word Rama means "light" and is aptly identified with the Royal Sun, the provider of light and life to sustain the entire universe. Worshiping Lord Vishnu as the symbol of Rama increases the Sun-oriented vitality in our lives.
According to Vedic astrology, the Sun represents house authority and dominance. The Sun bestows will, courage, and confidence to the native and blesses the native with good leadership skills.
A strong Sun basically gives the power to face all the obstacles in the life of the native. It also lends aggression to self-centered tendencies. Apart from this, weak Sun can also bring about a lack of self-confidence, poor self-expression, and challenging situations. The Sun signifies the level of tolerance a person will have towards his father and the extent to which he can get benefits from his father.
The worship of the visible deity Lord Surya is also very abundant. Worshiping Lord Bhaskar i.e. Sun God with devotion and faith, by law and order, leads to pleasure, prosperity, and health. By offering Arghya to the rising Sun God every morning, the Sun God is delighted and showers His blessings on His devotees. Since ancient times, our revered sage Muni has described the worship of the Sun as extremely beneficial. According to revered sages, Lord Sun is the God of knowledge, whose vision we see every morning. The description of the glory of the Sun is found in detail in the scriptures and Puranas.
The sun is a symbol of power and a boon of victory. This is the reason that not only the common man but also the deities have been doing his sadhana since time immemorial. Maryada Purushottam Lord Ram also used to worship the Sun daily because he was a Suryavanshi. To know in detail about how to worship the Sun and its method, you can get information by doing an online phone consultation with astrology.