Who is Lava or Kusha In Ramayana and who is bigger among them?

Lava and Kusha are the twin sons of Rama and Sita, the main characters in the Hindu epic Ramayana. They are believed to have been born in the forest during Rama and Sita’s exile, and were raised by Sita.

Lava and Kusha are both skilled in the arts of warfare and are trained in archery, sword-fighting, and other combat skills by their guru, Sage Valmiki. They are also talented musicians and singers.

In the story, Lava and Kusha play a key role in the reunion of Rama and Sita, who had been separated for many years. They perform the story of the Ramayana in front of Rama’s court, including the part where Sita was kidnapped by Ravana, which causes Rama to realize that they are his sons and Sita to reveal herself.

In terms of size, there is no clear indication in the Ramayana which twin is bigger or taller. However, both are portrayed as strong, capable warriors and leaders.

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