What is love, but being there for each other – SiyaRam

Whenever we mention love, we get reminded of an eternal love which surpassed all the difficult times and emerged as a bond of togetherness for life. This bond for all its pure heartedness is the most loved one and is very dearly called by one and all as SiyaRam.



Togetherness – A relation becomes strong when the husband and wife are together in all times. During the exile of Shri Ram, Mata Sita refuses to stay back and accompanies him which makes their bond of togetherness stronger. While Mata Sita never complains about the walks on barefoot and eats fruits and tubers alongside Shri Ram, in the same way Shri Ram takes complete care of her in giving her the best of comforts with love and affection and keeping her happy always. He never thinks of her as a burden in the forest, but instead makes her happiness and safety his first priority. Both reflected the same thoughts are the same when it comes to thinking of each other‘s comfort.

Trust – When Ravan abducts Mata Sita from Panchavati, the lives of both Shri Ram and Mata Sita plung into sorrow. But, with trust in each other, Shri Ram starts the search for Mata Sita, and Mata Sita waits for Shri Ram to come to her. It was the time when Shri Ram did not have a clue about her, where she was taken, who abducted her was and in which direction do they start searching. But Shri Ram does not abandon his duty of being loyal to her and starts search for her, and trusting in her to be waiting for him till he comes. Mata Sita refuses any hospitality from Mandodari and prefers staying under a tree in all weather conditions without any protection with the only trust that Shri Ram would come in search of her at all costs and never abandon her to her fate.



Honour and respect for each other – A relation grows strong when there is honour for each other. When Shri Ram hears from Jatayu that Ravan has abducted Mata Sita, he vows to free her and regain her honour. He does not turn back that she was being taken away by another man, but steps ahead, walks miles to reach Lanka. He not only upholds his duty as a husband, but stands for his wife’s honour and the respect of womanhood. Mata Sita upholds Shri Ram’s honour in refusing to come with Hanuman instead wait for Shri Ram. Here, she not gives value to her husband’s honour, but also wishes that he gets the glory and fame of ending a tyrant rule in the world. She stands for Shri Ram’s honour as a warrior and waits for him to do his duty in the right way, rather than an escape from Lanka.
Shri Ram and Mata Sita were there for each other and thought for each other and hence SiyaRam is the most beautiful bond of togetherness, which can be spoken, thought, heard and recollected a million times, but the beauty of their bond never stops bringing happiness to the heart.