Be a JAMBAVAN / JAMBAVATI of your Career and Life,
📖 The Epic of #Ramayan introduces us to the fierce & wise Jambavan 🐻 This bear king is known for his immense strength and loyalty, always willing to help those in need. Jambavan offers valuable advice to Lord Rama and Lakshman on their journey to rescue Sita and defeats the demon king Ravana. He fights alongside them, using his skills to protect them from harm. Jambavan’s wisdom, bravery and unwavering loyalty serve as an inspiration to us all. Even today, in the southern part of India, a skilled, wise, brave, loyal leader is called a Jambavan, King of all. 
Special Mention: The Wise, Loyal and Brave Bear King Lorek Byrnison from the legendary HIS DARK MATERIALS Novel / Web Series was genuinely inspired by the Jambavan character of Ramayana. 
Multiverse Crossover (Ramayan and Mahabharata):
"The Story of Jambavan, the Syamantaka gem, and Lord Krishna 🧔💎🙏

King Satrajit owned the valuable Syamantaka gem, which was said to bring good fortune and prosperity, but when the gem was lost, Satrajit accused Lord Krishna of theft. Determined to clear his name, Lord Krishna set out on a journey in search of the gem and during his journey, he engaged in combat with Jambavan, which lasted for 27/28 days (per Bhagavata Purana) or 21 days (per Vishnu Purana). After growing tired, Jambavan realized who Krishna was and submitted, giving him the Syamantaka gem and his daughter Jambavati, who became one of Krishna's wives.

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