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Romapāda is also known as Lomapāda. He was a king of Candravanśa or lunar dynasty. He was a good friend of Daśaratha, the king of Ayodhyā. He is said to have adopted Sāntā, the daughter of Daśaratha as his daughter and later married her to the sage Rṣyaśṛṅga.  
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Romapāda is also known as Lomapāda. He was a king of Candravanśa or lunar dynasty. He was a good friend of [[Daśaratha]], the king of [[Ayodhyā]]. He is said to have adopted Sāntā, the daughter of [[Daśaratha]] as his daughter and later married her to the sage Rṣyaśṛṅga.  
  
Once there was a terrible famine in his kingdom. He then managed to bring the sage to his capital. As soon as the sage entered his kingdom there was heavy rain.<ref>Rāmāyana 1.9.11</ref><ref>Bhāgavata 9.23</ref>
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Once there was a terrible famine in his kingdom. He then managed to bring the sage to his capital. As soon as the sage entered his kingdom there was heavy rain.<ref>Rāmāyana 1.9.11</ref><ref>[[Bhāgavata]] 9.23</ref>
  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 03:08, 18 December 2016

By Swami Harshananda

Sometimes transliterated as: Romapada, RomapAda, Romapaada


Romapāda is also known as Lomapāda. He was a king of Candravanśa or lunar dynasty. He was a good friend of Daśaratha, the king of Ayodhyā. He is said to have adopted Sāntā, the daughter of Daśaratha as his daughter and later married her to the sage Rṣyaśṛṅga.

Once there was a terrible famine in his kingdom. He then managed to bring the sage to his capital. As soon as the sage entered his kingdom there was heavy rain.[1][2]


References

  1. Rāmāyana 1.9.11
  2. Bhāgavata 9.23
  • The Concise Encyclopedia of Hinduism, Swami Harshananda, Ram Krishna Math, Bangalore