Sugriva is an important character in the Hindu epic, Ramayana. He was the king of the monkey tribe, and he played a significant role in helping Lord Rama defeat the demon king, Ravana, and rescue his wife, Sita.
When Lord Rama and his brother Lakshmana were searching for Sita, who had been kidnapped by Ravana, they came across Sugriva and his followers. Sugriva had a feud with his brother Vali, who had banished him from his kingdom and taken his wife. Lord Rama promised to help Sugriva get his kingdom back in return for his help in finding Sita.
Sugriva then enlisted the help of his army of monkeys to search for Sita, and eventually, they discovered her whereabouts. Sugriva and his army played a crucial role in the war between Rama and Ravana. He provided valuable intelligence, helped to build a bridge to Lanka, and fought bravely in the final battle.
Sugriva’s loyalty and dedication to Lord Rama and his role in helping him defeat Ravana make him an important and revered character in the Ramayana.