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Family Tree of Bhagwan Shri Rama
We all know about Sri Rama & His family members. How many of us know Sri Rama’s ancestors? Let’s go with step by step said by Kulaguru Shri Vasishta Maharishi According to Srimad Valmiki Ramayana, Vasishta Maharshi introduces King Dasharatha’s Family Tree to King Janaka just before Sri Sita Rama
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Bhadrachalam Temple, Telangana
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