THADHIMUGAN IN RAMAYANA

INTRODUCTION
Thadhimugan was a great Vanara, who contains noble characteristics, and considered as a GEM among the Vanaras, similar to Lord Hanuman. He was mentioned in the great epic Ramayana as the uncle of Sukriva and also guards his beautiful garden with his monkey army. Similar to other Vanaras, he is considered to be an incarnation of a celestial Gandharva, and was a great devotee of Lord Vishnu. He came to know about Lord Rama from Sugriva, and from then onwards, he become a sincere devotee of Lord Rama, and he considered Lord Rama as the supreme avatar of Lord Vishnu, and began to worship him.
During the time of battle between Rama and Ravana, he also participated in the army of Vanaras, and helped in building the bridge also. Lord Rama also showed friendship with him and gave his blessings.
After the end of his life, he regained his Gandharva form, and went back to Gandharva Loka, and began to compose and sing songs on Lord Rama in the Gandharva Loka.
Let us worship the great Vanara and be blessed.
“OM SRI THADHIMUGANE NAMAHA”
“JAI SRIRAM”
“JAI MATA SITA”
WRITTEN BY
R.HARISHANKAR