The Trethayug avatar of Lord Vishnu is the Maryada Purushottama, SeethaPathi Sri Ram. He had faced a lot of hurdles in this avatar of his and came through it according to the ancient Indian mythology, the epic Mahakaavya Srimad Ramayana. Vanavasa, Seethaapaharana, Yuddhakaanda are some amongst the numerous examples of it. But that’s tretha yug, where the Gods are believed to have walked on earth.
But this kaliyug lawyer from Bihar wanted to pose more hurdles to the Lord as he tried to get Lord Sri Ram to the court. He wanted Ram to be tried for ” His cruelty towards Sita”. Well, probably he was over inspired by Khanji Lalji Mehta ( Oh my God). But the judge had a different set of questions in store for him.
1. What were the evidences to prove that Rama was indeed cruel on Sita?
2.Did the plaintiff know the exact date in Trethayug in which the marriage of Lord Sri Ram and Mata Sita happen?
3. The plaintiff was also asked if he knew the wildwood to which Seetha was sent after the Lord disowned her?
The plaintiff, the modern-day Khanji Lalji Mehta AKA Thakur Chandan Singh was perpetually perplexed as he tried to defend his accusations. But the judge who himself is named as Ram Bihari stated it as an act to waste the courts time and reprimanded the lawyer.
Moral of the story is ” You should seldom complain about Ram to Ram!! And you should probably watch a movie thinking that it is just a movie to avoid these kinds of embarrassments”.