A Question from Ramayana

…I love the stories of Lord Ram and Krishna, but, I could’nt help but wonder at one specific act of Rama.

Even though he knew that Sita was pure, why didnt he accept her? Didnt he value his wife? Did he think that setting an example for the others was more important than his wife? Even after Sage Valmiki requests Rama to take back Sita ,he doesnt say one loving or sweet word to her.Why did he do so?

I have asked so many people but most of them shared the same doubt.Please,can you clear my doubt? I would be very grateful. Thank you

My Reply: 

For a long time I carried the same doubt, and got no answer that was good enough, until I asked Sri Ram Kinkarji. (Read my book ‘In Touch with Masters’ It is under ‘Books’ on my website: www.dalsabzi.com to know more about Him. He is no more in the body)

You asked:…Even though Sri Ram knew that Sita was pure, why did’nt He (Sri Ram)  accept her?

My answer: Sri Ram knew that Sita was pure, but He felt that his duty as a king was greater than his duty as a husband. Even though I am not fully convinced at this point, what dropped my further questioning, is the following:

To live by ones truth is: When one lives by ones truth despite what others believe (is right or wrong) and despite the fact that one derives NO BENEFIT.

Sri Ram truly believed (by the norms of the times when He lived) that what He was doing was His duty as a king.

Yet, even though it was the norm to take other wives, Sri Ram did not do so.

Even when He performed a Yajna and it was required that a wife sit by His side, He made a ‘Golden Sita’

I am told that as a king he went through hardships like probably what Sita went through in the forest.

Regards,

Shakun

…I love the stories of Lord Ram and Krishna, but, I could’nt help but wonder at one specific act of Rama.

Even though he knew that Sita was pure, why didnt he accept her? Didnt he value his wife? Did he think that setting an example for the others was more important than his wife? Even after Sage Valmiki requests Rama to take back Sita ,he doesnt say one loving or sweet word to her.Why did he do so?

I have asked so many people but most of them shared the same doubt.Please,can you clear my doubt? I would be very grateful. Thank you

My Reply: 

For a long time I carried the same doubt, and got no answer that was good enough, until I asked Sri Ram Kinkarji. (Read my book ‘In Touch with Masters’ It is under ‘Books’ on my website: www.dalsabzi.com to know more about Him. He is no more in the body)

You asked:…Even though Sri Ram knew that Sita was pure, why did’nt He (Sri Ram)  accept her?

My answer: Sri Ram knew that Sita was pure, but He felt that his duty as a king was greater than his duty as a husband. Even though I am not fully convinced at this point, what dropped my further questioning, is the following:

To live by ones truth is: When one lives by ones truth despite what others believe (is right or wrong) and despite the fact that one derives NO BENEFIT.

Sri Ram truly believed (by the norms of the times when He lived) that what He was doing was His duty as a king.

Yet, even though it was the norm to take other wives, Sri Ram did not do so.

Even when He performed a Yajna and it was required that a wife sit by His side, He made a ‘Golden Sita’

I am told that as a king he went through hardships like probably what Sita went through in the forest.

Regards,

Shakun