He will be there as a charioteer to Arjun.
Rama and Krishna were two different personalities.
Their times, their characters, their outlook to life, their circumstances were all different. Hence normally comparison is very difficult. But compare we must do, having set forth on this endeavor. The events in their lives shall be used to substantiate the comparison.
Such things as miracles, superhuman show of strength, looks and such have been discounted. The similar traits are analyzed first later moving on to the differences. Selflessness Selflessness is another highly valued characteristic in Indian dharma.
Both Rama and Krishna proved over and over, time and again, their selfless nature. Rama gave up his rightful throne and went away to the forests for fourteen years. He could have got control and rule Kishkinda and Lanka, but in both places, he places their rightful kings in their thrones and moves on.
Such is his selfless nature that upon the completion of 14 years forest stay, en route his return journey to Ayodhya, he sends his friend Hanuman ahead. He asks him to inform Bharata who is a caretaker king and see if there is any feeling of resentment in him.
The zenith of his selflessness is his highest sacrifice wherein he gives up his beloved pregnant wife for the sake of his citizens. Krishna slays or causes the slaying of other kings in the course of establishing dharma. In each case, he installs the rightful heir on the throne and moves on.
Throughout his life Krishna never becomes a king. The importance of this fact is better perceived when contrasted against the singular role he played in the Kurukshetra war, a war so great that all kings then ruling were pitted either on the side of Pandavas or the Kauravas. On selflessness, both Rama and Krishna stand at par with one another.
Equanimity and balance in thought In the most difficult situations, Rama keeps his head. When prompted to rebel, and take over the throne instead of going to the forest, by Lakshmana and verily by Dasharatha himselfhe refuses. When Lakshmana grows suspicious of Bharata coming with many men to their forest dwelling and gets agitated, he calms him down.
When Vibhishana comes in surrender, he gladly accepts him as a friend instead of killing him as advised. Rama and Sita Of course, there are times when he gets agitated, angry and suspicious. He first thinks that the bird Jatayu is a monster that must have kidnapped Sita while it had actually tried its best to save her.
Rama also gets angry at the ocean since it does not give him way to go to Lanka. There are times where Rama is seen expressing common human characteristics like anger and resentment. But his greatness is that he never acts on those base tendencies.
He always overcomes these failings to retain his equanimity. Krishna is also known for his ability to keep cool always and never lose his thinking to normal human failings. He is always composed. He then quickly slays Shishupala with utmost composure.
Similarly, his encounters with Jarasandha, Duryodhana, and others are perfectly balanced from his side. His actions are clean executions of his purposeful decisions.
Krishna also, at times, gets angry in face of adharma. He is not always the cool and fun-loving person. In the Kurukshetra war, when he sees Arjuna not fighting to his best against a belligerent Bhishma, Krishna gets angry and almost takes up his weapon, against his earlier vow not to bear weapons in the war.
On equanimity and balance in thought, Rama and Krishna are on par. Humility Humility, as per the ancient Indian ethical structure, is an important characteristic of a great leader. We shall now see how Rama and Krishna fare in this attribute.
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