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Dharma is said to be the central theme of the great epic called Ramanaya in the Hindu religion The word Dharma is said to have many profound meanings and comes in many forms One of the main definitions of Dharma can be classified as duty or what one is required to do according to their stage in life Sardesai 32 The Dharma that is classified in the form of duty can be considered to be one of the main themes of the ep Ramanya Thakrar which was written by the famous author Valmiki Pollet 193 There are many gods and goddesses in the Ramanya that follow their own Duty or Dharma according to their own characters The three prominent deities in the Ramanya to follow the Dharma in their own distinctive ways are Ram Sita and Hanuman Rama who is considered to be the most prominent god in the Ramanya is seen to uphold his Dharma through performing his duty as an ideal king Thakrar Along with Lord Rama his wife Sita was also able to fulfil her Dharma by portraying a role as an ideal wife This is seen through her role as an ideal patrivrata which is considered to be the ideal name for a woman who is considered as a loyal and devoted wife Reisenberger 62 Lastly Hanuman who is also considered to be an important character in the Ramanya is able to abide by his own Dharma through fulfilling his duty as an ideal servant ThakrarIn the Hindu religion Rama is considered to be a true follower of Dharma He presents his Dharma through having proven to be an ideal son an ideal brother ideal husband and most importantly as an ideal king Bisanuth 33 He is able to fulfill his most important role as an ideal king extremely well in the Ramanya This is mostly depicted in the time of Ram Rajya which is
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