Lord Sreeraman

Rama or Sreerama Chandra is the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Lord Rama is one of the popular deities in Hindhuism. He is considered as the perfect man in the world. He is called ‘Maryadha Purushothaman’ in this sense. Our famous epic ‘Ramayana’ describes the story of Sreerama from his birth. Devi Sita, the avathar of Mahalakshmi, is the wife of Sreerama. Sita is here represented as a concrete example of perfect woman. Dasaradha, the king of Ayodhya is the father of Rama. Dasaradha has three wives, Kausalya, kaikeyee and Sumithra. Kausalya’s son is Rama, Bharatha, Lakshmana, Sathrughna are the brothers of Rama.

For keeping the word of his father, Rama even decided to avoid his kingdom and live in forest for 14 years. His wife Sita and brother Lakshmana accompanied him through the way. On the way devi Sita was kidnapped by Ravana, the king of Lanka. Then Rama made an army with the help of Hanuman and the monkey king Sugriva. Then they killed Ravana and demolished his kingdom. Lanka then handed over to Vibhishana, brother of Ravana. After 14 years Rama came back to Ayodhya and became the king. This full story is written in our epic ‘Ramayana’. Even though he is incarnation of Lord Vishnu, he lived as a human, with all qualities of an ideal man. He thus showed others, how to live like an ideal man.

Sreerama Temples in Kerala

  1. Alathiyur Sreeraman, Malappuram
  2. Chiralayam Sreeraman
  3. Chirangara Sreeraman
  4. Chittoor Thekke Gramam Sreeraman
  5. Chokoor Sreeraman
  6. Jeralathu Sreeraman
  7. Kadavallur Sreeraman, Thrissur
  8. Karimpuzha Sreeraman
  9. Kothallur Kunnu Sreerama, Wayanad
  10. Mattam Kadavalloor Sreeraman
  11. Ponkuzhi Sreeraman
  12. Ramapuram Sreeraman, Kottayam
  13. Ramapuram Sreeraman, Malapuram
  14. Sajivothamapuram Sreeraman
  15. Thirumani Venkitapuram Sreeraman
  16. Thirumarayoor Sreeraman
  17. Thiruvangadu Sreeraman
  18. Thrikkalathur Sreeraman
  19. Thriprayar Sreeraman, Thrissur
  20. Tripunithura Sreeraman, Ernakulam
  21. Velinellur Sreeraman
  22. Vellarakadu Sreeraman