Sushena in Ramayana

Sushena was the king of a small region belonged to King Sugriva, and he was the father of Thara and the father-in-law of Vali. He eagerly took part in the battle between Rama and Ravana, and he also killed many demons during the battle by chanting the glories of Lord Rama.

According to Ramayana, Sushena was mentioned as a mighty warrior, and contains all the good qualities, and was an ardent devotee of Lord Vishnu, and he strongly believed that Lord Rama was the incarnation of Lord Vishnu and gave great respects to him.

As per the orders of Sugriva, initially he was ready to search for Mata Sita along with other Vanaras, but he was unable to do it, since he didn’t know her whereabouts. Afterwards, due to the hint given by the eagle king Sampati, Lord Hanuman went to Lanka and found Mata Sita and returned back to Kishkinda, and informed the incidents to the Vanaras and to Rama and Lakshmana. Sushena has got great powers, and he could easily fly in the sky and can take any form as per his wish.

As per Ramayana, Sushena was a Gandharva King during his previous birth. Due to a curse, he was born as a Vanara. After his death, due to the grace of Lord Rama, he regained his Gandharva form, and went to the abode of Gandharva Loka.

Let us worship the great Vanara and be blessed.
“OM SRI SUSHENA NAMAHA”
“JAI SRIRAM”
“JAI HANUMAN”
WRITTEN BY
R.HARISHANKAR

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