Could Rama of Hinduism be Ramesses II? Seti sounds similar to Sita of Ramayana.Was Rome Rama's kingdom?

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  • Yamini
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    7 years ago
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    No..Rome was not Rama's Kingdom.

    Ramesses II:

    Ramesses II (1303 BC – July or August 1213 BC) was an Egyptian referred to as Ramesses the Great, was the third Egyptian pharaoh (reigned 1279 BC – 1213 BC) of the Nineteenth dynasty. He is often regarded as the greatest, most celebrated, and most powerful pharaoh of the Egyptian Empire. His successors and later Egyptians called him the "Great Ancestor." Ramesses II led several military expeditions into the Levant, re-asserting Egyptian control over Canaan. He also led expeditions to the south, into Nubia, commemorated in inscriptions at Beit el-Wali and Gerf Hussein.At age fourteen, Ramesses was appointed Prince Regent by his father Seti I.He is believed to have taken the throne in his late teens and is known to have ruled Egypt from 1279 BC to 1213 BC for 66 years and 2 months.

    Ramesses II married several women.

    http://euler.slu.edu/~bart/egyptianhtml/kings%20an...

    Ramesses II was the son of Seti. Seti was not a woman.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seti_I

    Kosala Proper is the kingdom of the celebrated personality of Treta Yuga, Raghava Rama. Ayodhya was its capital, presently in Faizabad district, Uttar Pradesh,India.Lord Rama's date of birth was 10th January 5114 BC

    Rama married Sita. He married only one. If you wish to know about Rama's Ramayana, i gave you reference in the source.

    Hence, there is no connection between Rama of Hinduism with Ramesses II. Rome was not Rama's kingdom. Rama's kingdom was Ayodhya kingdom in india.

    The Egyptian pharaohs had names like Ramses I, Ramses II, etc.because Rama was universally accepted as an ideal ruler. India’s Lord Rama. Rama was considered an Enlightened Incarnation.In following Ancient India’s tradition, the Egyptians considered their rulers to be incarnations of God.

  • 5 years ago

    The Rama in Hinduism seems to be the same person as Raamah (son of Cush or grandson of Ham) in the Bible. In both the Bible and the Hindu texts, Rama and Raamah had two sons. The names of Raamah's two sons, according to the Bible, are Sheba and Dedan. The names of Rama's two sons according to the Hindu texts are Lava and Cusha (sometimes spelt as Kush, Cusha). In the two cases, both characters have two sons. In the two cases, the name Cush is also mentioned, although in the Bible, Cush is the father of Raamah and in Hinduism, Cush is the son of Rama.

    Some genetic evidence also seem to link the Raamah of the Bible with the Rama in Hinduism. In the Bible, the descendants of Raamah are purported to occupy the lands surrounding Yemen and the Horn of Africa (Ethiopia and Somalia. Coincedentally, y dna haplogroup T is found in the highest concentrations in the Horn of Africa and in parts of North and East India, including an area near to the ancient city of Ayodhya.

    So in conclusion, Rama in Hinduism as well as the Raamah of the Bible could be the same person who can be identified as the ancestor of the first settlers to India, known by historians to be the Dravidians.

  • 5 years ago

    more than likey the same person Ramesses the First!

    there Great many connection bewteen EGYPT and INDIA

    such has bull worship/not killing bulls(the horned god worship)and Nut and holy cow!

    green and blue skin showing holyness

    rebirth and reincarnation etc

    book of the dead of egypt and book of the dead of Buddhist and death schools

  • Anonymous
    7 years ago

    Atheists usually reserve that kind of connection, on the flimsiest of evidence, for the supposed origin of Christianity.

    If it was possible to recover the original pronunciations, they probably wouldn't even sound the same.

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  • the story of rama is older then the story Ramesses...

  • Anonymous
    7 years ago

    same dogs, different fleas.

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