Evidence Supporting the Historical Validity of Ramayan

Ram Setu's Scientific Confirmation

Dhanushkodi serves as the location where Lord Ram commanded the Vaanar Sena to build the bridge to Lanka. NASA images and the presence of floating stones provide compelling evidence of Ram Setu's historical existence.

Precision in Pushpak Vimaan's Route

The coordinates of Nashik, Hampi, Lepakshi, and Sri Lanka align perfectly with the route taken by the Pushpak Viman during the abduction of Maa Sita, raising intriguing questions about how Valmiki knew this thousands of years ago.

Hanuman's Giant Footprints

Giant footprints believed to be Hanuman ji's presence are etched in stone, spanning from Andhra Pradesh to Sri Lanka and throughout Asia, leaving physical traces that researchers find compelling.

Ashok Vatika's Remnants

Present-day Nuwara Eliya is identified as the site of Ashok Vatika, where giant footprints believed to be Hanuman's were discovered. These footprints are thought to be from his visit to meet Maa Sita in Sri Lanka.

Sigiriya: Ravan's Gold Palace

The Sigiriya rock fortress in Sri Lanka is believed to be the location of Ravan's gold palace designed by Kuber. A cave at the plateau bottom is considered one of the places where Sita Maa was held captive.

Cobra-Headed Cave Connection

The Cobra Hood cave in Sigiriya Rock Fortress features an inscription, “Parumaka Naguliya Lena,” referencing Maa Sita. While etched after the Ramayan period, it is said to refer to her, establishing a connection.

Kannaiya Hot Wells: Raavan's Worship Site

Hot water springs at Kannaiya are believed to be the location where Raavan and his mother worshipped Bhagwan Shiv. Local legends and research suggest Raavan created these springs for water supply.

Lepakshi Mandir: Jatayu's Battle Site

The Lepakshi Mandir is identified as the site where Jatayu fell while battling Raavan. The soot black soil near Raavan's kingdom indicates fire destruction, offering additional historical context.

Sanjeevani Mountain in Dronagiri

The Sanjeevani Mountain, housing the Sanjeevani Buti and containing exotic herbs and medicinal plants, is believed to exist in Dronagiri, Himalayas, aligning with the Ramayan's geographical references.

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