Ramayana is an epic Hindu poem, which tells the story of Lord Rama, the seventh avatar of Lord Vishnu. Here are some interesting facts about Ramayana:

Ramayana is believed to be written by Sage Valmiki in Sanskrit language.

Lord Hanuman, who is known for his devotion to Lord Rama, plays a significant role in the Ramayana.

The Ram Setu, also known as Adam's Bridge, is a chain of limestone shoals that connects India to Sri Lanka. According to Hindu mythology, it was built by Lord Rama and his army to cross the sea.

Lord Rama's brother Lakshmana, who accompanied him in his journey, is believed to be the incarnation of Lord Vishnu's Shesha Naga (the serpent on which Lord Vishnu rests).

The Ramayana has been adapted into various languages and forms of art, including theater, dance, music, and television.

The Hindu festival of Diwali, which celebrates the victory of good over evil, is also based on the story of Ramayana.

According to some scholars, the story of Ramayana has a deeper spiritual meaning and teaches the importance of dharma (righteousness), karma (action), and bhakti (devotion) in one's life.