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Family Tree of The Ramayana Gods

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on 15 November 2013

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Transcript of Family Tree of The Ramayana Gods

Ramayana Family
Children of the Ramayana Family
The "Helpers" and the Siblings

He is the king of Kosala; Father of Rama, Bharata, Lakshmana, and Satrughna
King of the Videhas; Husband of Mother Earth; Father of Sita
One earthly form of Vishnu; eldest and favorite son of Dasa-ratha; brother of Bharata, Lakshmana, and Satrughna; Husband of Sita
son of the wind; great monkey hero who helps Rama
youngest and good brother of Ravana; king of Lanka and the Rakshasas after Ravana's death
Ravana's adviser; a Rakshasa demon
giant brother of Ravana; greatest Rakshasa warrior
great wise man who tell Valmiki the story of Rama's life
Parents of the Ramayana Children
Second earthly form of Vishnu; seond son of Dasa-ratha; brother of Rama, Lakshmana, and Satrughna
Third earthly form of Vishnu; third son of Dasa-ratha; brother and companion of Rama; brother of Bharata and Satrughna
fourth earthly form of Vishnu; youngest son of Dasa-ratha; brother and companion of Bharata; bother of Rama and Lakshmana
earthly form of Lakshmi, Vishnu's wife; daughter of Mother Earth and Janaka; wife of Rama
Demon king of Lanka and the Rakshasas; enemy of both gods and mortals
monkey king who helps Rama fight Ravana
hermit; poet who composes
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