avatara-kale donhe donhate pravesa
rama-laksmana—Ramacandra and Laksmana; krsna-ramera amsa-visesa—particular expansions of Lord Krsna and Lord Balarama; avatara-kale—at the time of incarnation; donhe—both of Them (Rama and Laksmana); donhate pravesa—entered into Them both (Krsna and Balarama).
Sri Rama and Sri Laksmana, who are plenary portions of Lord Krsna and Lord Balarama, entered into Them at the time of Krsna's and Balarama's appearance.
With reference to the Visnu-dharmottara, the Laghu-bhagavatamrta explains that Rama is an incarnation of Vasudeva, Laksmana is an incarnation of Sankarsana, Bharata is an incarnation of Pradyumna, and Satrughna is an incarnation of Aniruddha. The Padma Purana describes that Ramacandra is Narayana and that Laksmana, Bharata and Satrughna are respectively Sesa, Cakra and Sankha (the conchshell in the hand of Narayana). In the Rama-gita of the Skanda Purana, Laksmana, Bharata and Satrughna have been described as the triple attendants of Lord Rama.
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