Lord Shri Ram is the adorable deity of Hindus. According to religious beliefs, Lord Shri Ram was born in Ayodhya in Treya Yug. Lord Rama is considered to be the 7th incarnation of Vishnu. It is said that Lord Rama was born in the Surya dynasty in Raghuvansh.
Vaivaswat Manu became the son of Vivaswan
Brahmaji gave birth to Marichi and Marichi’s son became Kashyap. After this Kashyap’s son became Vivaswan. Suryavansh is believed to have started from the time when Vivaswan was born. Vivaswat was the son of Vivaswat Manu. Vaivaswat Manu had 10 sons – Il, Ikshvaku, Kushanam (Nabhag), Arishta, Dhrishta, Narishyant, Karush, Mahabali, Sharyati and Prishad. Lord Rama was born in the clan of Ikshvaku, the second son of Vaivasvata Manu. Let us tell you that Tirthankar Nimi of Jainism was also born in this clan.
The city of Ayodhya was established during the time of Ikshvaku
Suryavansh continued to grow from Ikshvaku. Many sons were born in Ikshvaku dynasty, including Vikukshi, Nimi and Dandak sons. Gradually, with time, this family tradition continued to move forward, in which Harishchandra Rohit, Vrish, Bahu and Sagar were also born. The city of Ayodhya was established at the time of Ikshvaku. Ikshvaku Kaushal was the king of the country whose capital was Saket, which is called Ayodhya. In Ramayana, Guru Vashishtha has given a detailed description of Ram’s clan.
Mandhata, the son of Yuvnashwa
Kukshi was the son of Ikshvaku, Vikukshi was the son of Kukshi. After this Vikukshi’s child was Baan and Baan’s son was Anaranya. With time this sequence continued in which Prithu was born from Arananya and Trishanku was born from Prithu. Trishanku’s sons became dhundhumar. Dhundhumar’s son’s name was Yuvnashwa. Mandhata was the son of Yuvnashwa and Susandhi was born to Mandhata. Susandhi had two sons – Dhruvasandhi and Prasenjit. Dhruvasandhi’s son became Bharata.
Pratapi Bhagirath was the son of Dilip
After Bharat’s son Asit was born, then Asit’s son Sagar was born. Sagar was the mighty king of Suryavanshi of Ayodhya. King Sagar’s sons were confused. Similarly, Asmanj’s son became Anshuman, then Anshuman’s son became Dilip. Dilip had the son of Pratapi Bhagirath, who was successful in bringing Mother Ganga to earth on the strength of harsh penance. Bhagirath’s son became Kakutstha and Kakutstha’s son Raghu was born.
Dasaratha gave birth to four sons
This dynasty was named Raghuvansh only after the birth of Raghu because Raghu was a very powerful and vigorous king. His sons grew up with Raghu. Many dynasties passed from old age, in which Naabhaag became the son of Naabhaag. Aj had a son Dasharatha and Dasharatha became the king of Ayodhya. Dashrath gave birth to four sons. Lord Rama, Bharata, Lakshmana and Shutrughna. Thus Lord Rama was born in 67 generations of Brahmaji in Raghuvansh.
Shri Ramchandra had two sons, Luv and Kush
Bharata had two sons – Tarksha and Pushkar. The sons of Laxman were Chitrangad and Chandraketu and the sons of Shatrughan were Subahu and Shursen. Mathura’s name was earlier Shursen. Luv and Kush were the twin sons of Rama and Sita. When Ram decided to retire and wanted to coronate Bharat, Bharat did not agree. Hence Kush in Dakshin Kosala region (Chhattisgarh) and Luv in Uttar Kosala were anointed. Ram assigned Dakshin Kaushal, Kushsthali (Kushavati) and Ayodhya kingdom to Kush and then gave Punjab to Luv. Luv made Lahore his capital.
In today’s Taxila, then Bharat’s son Taksha and Pushkar were enthroned in Pushkaravati (Peshawar). In Himachal, Lakshman’s sons Angad ruled Angadpur and Chandraketu ruled Chandravati. Shatrughna’s son Subahu and second son Shatrughati ruled in Bhelsa (Vidisha) in Mathura. Raghav Rajputs were born from King Lava, in which the descendants of Badgujars, Jayas and Sikarwars started. Its second branch was the Sisodiya Rajput dynasty, in which Baichla (Baisla) and Gehlot (Guhil) dynasty became kings. The dynasty of Kushwaha Rajputs started from Kush.
Kush’s lineage proceeded Raghuvansh
In both the sons of Rama, Kush’s lineage proceeded, from Kush to Atithi and Atithi, to Nishadhan, to Nabha, to Pundarika, to Kshemandhwa, to Devanika, to Ahinaka, to Ruru, to Pariyatra, to Dal, to Chhal, to Uktha. , from Vajranabh, from Gana, from Vyushitashwa, from Vishvasah, from Hiranyanabh, from Pushya, from Dhruvasandhi, from Sudarshan, from Agrivarna, from Padmavarna, from Shudya, from Maru, from Prayushrut, from Udavasu, from Nandivardhan, from Saketu, from Devarat From, from Brihaduktha, from Mahavirya, from Sudhriti, from Dhrishtaketu, from Haryava, from Maru, from Pratindhaka, from Kutiratha, from Devamidha, from Vibudha, from Mahadhriti, from Kirtirat, from Maharoma, from Swarnaroma and from Hrasvaroma Siradhwaja was born. .
King Siradhwaj of Kush dynasty had a daughter named Sita. The Suryavansh extended even beyond this, in which Janak was the son of a king named Kriti, who had followed the path of Yoga. Kushwaha, Maurya, Saini, Shakya sects are considered to be established from Kush dynasty only. According to a research, Shalya was performed in the 50th generation of Kush, who fought on behalf of the Kauravas in the Mahabharata war. part from this, after surgery, Bahatkshay, Urukshay, Batsdroh, Prativyom, Diwakar, Sahadeva, Dhruvascha, Bhanurath, Pratishva, Supratip, Marudev, Sunakshatra, Kinnarashrava, Antriksh, Sushen, Sumitra, Brihadraj, Dharma, Kritjay, Vrata, Ranajjay, Sanjay, Shakya , Shuddhodhan, Siddharth, Rahul, Prasenjit, Kshudrak, Kulak, Surath, Sumitra. It is believed that those who call themselves Shakyavanshi are also the descendants of Shri Ram’s Raghuvansh.