Shatrughna was one of the four sons of King Dasaratha and his wife Queen Sumitra in the Hindu epic Ramayana. He was the youngest of the four princes, and the brother of Lord Rama, Bharata, and Lakshmana.
Shatrughna is not as prominent a character in the Ramayana as his older brothers, but he played an important role in the story. According to the Ramayana, when Lord Rama was exiled from Ayodhya, Bharata, his younger brother, was given the responsibility of ruling the kingdom. Bharata, however, refused to become the king and instead went to the forest to convince Lord Rama to return to Ayodhya.
In Bharata’s absence, Shatrughna was entrusted with the responsibility of ruling Ayodhya. He remained in Ayodhya and carried out his duties as a responsible prince. Later, when Lord Rama defeated Ravana and returned to Ayodhya, Shatrughna played a supporting role in the celebrations and the coronation of Lord Rama.
Despite his limited role in the Ramayana, Shatrughna is regarded as an important character in Hindu mythology, and his life is seen as an example of devotion and duty towards family and country. He is also worshipped as a deity in some parts of India, particularly in Uttar Pradesh.