Maryada Purushottam – Shri Ram

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According to Hindu tradition, Lord Vishnu took incarnation as Lord Rama. Hindu deities have always worshipped Ram Darbar Marble Murti, who is an avatar of Vishnu, the Supreme Protector. As an individual of value and morals, Rama is a symbol of courtesy and virtue. Maryada Purushottam means the perfect man, and Ramachandra is it. According to Hindu mythology, Lord Rama was born on earth to destroy the evil forces of the age. “Ram Darbar Marble Murti is the embodiment of truth, of morality, the ideal husband, the ideal father, and most of all, the ideal king”. Ram Darbar Marble Statue has long been considered a historical figure – a tribal hero of ancient India whose exploits were the basis for the epic of the same name by ancient Sanskrit poet Valmiki. Hindus believe Rama lived during the Treta Yug. Rama was thought to have been particularly deified in the 11th century AD. The Ramayana translated by Tulsidas into the Ramcharitmanas greatly enhanced the popular appeal of Rama as a Hindu god, giving rise to various devotional groups.


Ram Darbar Marble Statue exemplified virtue in every way. His kindness and affection extended to generosity as well as consideration of others’ feelings. His body was magnificent, and his manners were captivating. Shri Ram was a magnanimous person. In addition to being noble, generous, and courageous, he was fearless. In his simplicity, he was free from flamboyance. Dasaratha, a god in every sense, is said to have been nothing less than Lord Rama in every respect. Over his lifetime, he never lied. People adored him and he always paid respect to scholars and elders. He possessed a transcendent body. Eloquence, beauty, and adaptability were the traits of his character. The omniscient God knew everyone’s heart (being omnipotent). The people valued him like their own hearts and he had all the attributes of a king’s son. He possessed transcendental qualities that were unparalleled. As the earth personified, he possessed the qualities of an indomitable king, a brave warrior, and the only Lord of all. Ram Darbar Marble Murti was among holy compliance, stainless purity, uncommon simplicity, commendable self-sacrifice, and remarkable renunciation, that’s how we can summarize it.

Why Is He Known As Maryada Purushottam?

In Sanskrit, Maryada Purushottam means “honor and righteousness”, and Purushottam means “the supreme man”. Together, the phrases refer to “the man who is supreme in honor”. Furthermore, it refers to a man who pursued righteousness to perfection.

Even today, Ram Darbar Marble Statue is the favorite of his devotees. His ideas are worth following, they say. In addition to this, Lord Rama was beloved by his family and the people of his kingdom. This was due to his perfection in each of his daily duties. He was an ideal in every role he played.

There are many episodes in the Ramayana. They all contributed to a smooth plot. Ram’s coronation as the King of Ayodhya followed his killing of Ravana.

Public feedback was used to make laws for the welfare of the people based on their efficient system of obtaining feedback. There were some very disturbing feedbacks. Almost all of them were about Sita’s stay with Ravana and how she was unable to return to her role as queen. This feedbacks were initially ignored. In time, this feedback increased and the level of dissatisfaction increased.

But Maryada Purushottam isn’t called that just out of respect for Ram. His work respects that time’s traditional belief (Maryada). His respect for the citizens was evident. His respect for the people’s talks was evident. As a condition for accepting Sita back, he stated that she must pass the Agni Pariksha test. Despite strong opposition, Laxman was not in favor of it. However, the victorious commander insisted that he could only accept her by placing his faith in Agni Pariksha. When the ritual of Agni Pariksha was satisfactorily completed, Sita returned to Shri Ram as a happy wife.

Unlike her father, Ram committed the act as a Maharaja to prove to his Praja (subject) that he was not a slave to a woman, that he was ready to make any sacrifices he needed to for their welfare as a Raja. For him as well, it was a sacrifice. Following his suffering, he led an ascetic life.

Firstly, Sri Rama didn’t harm His wife. Because Sita didn’t think he did, we have no right to pass judgment. The perfect couple, Sri Rama and Sita were so harmonious as to understand the thoughts of each other without having to speak! Therefore, even today, people invoke the blessing of God in wedding cards, regardless of all other forms of religion. It will never be possible to see the consort of Sri Rama without seeing Sita in the temple. Vishnu, Shiva, etc. are not the only forms of God. There is also the tradition of addressing Rama as Sri, rather than as Rama. The word “Sri” refers to Sita. It is also forbidden for anyone to come between a couple – not even their children. Walking around them is always a good idea. As a show of respect for Sita-Rama, this tradition was born.


Humans, not Gods, are the main focus of Maryada. There is a distance between God and human nature. It was because Rama never showed his avatar rahashya that he was treated as a respectable human, and therefore he was called Maryada Purushottam.

But Maryada Purushottam isn’t called that just out of respect for Ram. His respect for the existing tradition (Maryada) of that time was always unwavering. Also, Shri Rama respected the citizens and their talks.
Pandey Marble Arts is best known for its Ram Darbar Marble Murti in Jaipur & Ram Darbar Marble Statue in Jaipur.


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