The LuvKush Ramleela reenact the scene of ‘Sita Haran

The LuvKush Ramleela reenact the scene of ‘Sita Haran’ from the Hindu epic, the ‘Ramayana’ at fifth day!


The Ramleela organized at Lal Qila Maidan, by LuvKush Committee starts from 6 pm every day. And today on the fifth day of Ramleela play, one of the most dramatic scenes of Sita Haran from the Hindu epic, the Ramayana reenacted by the cast of LuvKush Ramleela in a very intense manner. The story of Ramayana was narrated by very well known personalities of Bollywood. Vishal Kawar is portraying Lord Ram, Sija Ji is Shubhi Sharma, Laxman is Arun Mandola, Raavan is portrayed by Mukesh Rishi. Maarich was Ramesh Goyal along with several other peeps.

Apart from Sita Haran, today the entire cast of Ramleela also narrated the story of Lord Ram, Laxman and Sita Ji’s visit to Agastya Muni. The Jayanta, a crow’s not so good interaction with Sita Ji, Lord Ram, and Laxman and then his meeting with Indra Dev. The sister of Raavan, Supnakha’s communication with Ram Ji and Laxman regarding her marriage proposal and it goes along with dramatic argument when Laxman cuts her nose with his sword.

Khardushan’s revenge with Lord and Laxman turns into his death. On the other hand, the demon king Raavan kidnapped Sita Ji and took her to Lanka at Ashok Vatika with him. And the story narration of Jatayu Moksha, his fight with Raavan, the time he gets injured and informs Lord Ram about Sita Ji’s Haran by Raavan. Well, this is all happened in today’s play of World’s biggest Ramleela, happening this year.

The LuvKush Ramleela Committee is one of the oldest committees in Delhi. Since its inception, the committee has been organizing Ramleela at Red Fort, Delhi. The chairman of this committee Ashok Aggarwal Ji is leaving no bars to mesmerize audience as well as media from the purity of the Ramayana. The world’s biggest LuvKush Ramleela will be showcased till 1st October 2017.

By Naresh Sagar

Mentor MSME, Motivator, Media Event Org, Management fiscal & Water management.Social Media branding,Internet broadcasters,Propunder of Indian Philosophy

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