Naturally the question arises as to what that Dharm was?
After the death of Ravan, Shri Ram was able to dismantle the caucus of Brahmins which even Parashuram was unable to dismantle and abolish caste system. But to do all this even Ram had to pay the price. Mata Sita had to be disowned on the basis of physical evidence, though we all know Ram loved her and she was not at fault. This fact is important to be mentioned in Ramrajya as Sita was not guilty but could not present any physical evidence that she did not go with Ravan on her own free will. Ram, on the basis of physical evidence or lack of it, had to disown her.
1. One contains a set of rules which are to be followed by the people of that faith so that the societies can grow,
2. And the second contain set of rules to be followed by people of that faith for offering prayers and perform rituals.
‘The rules framed by religion, to be followed by individuals and societies, so that the individual and the societies can grow and have FAITH in the Almighty’.Having said that. let me add one thing further; Sanatan Dharm is NOT rule based. The rules can be framed by the current society on the basis of knowledge of VED; and Ved is GYAN for living in society.
Sanatan Dharm is always current Society centric.
a) During Ramrajya everyone had the right to worship any Dev or Devi, any stone or imageless God (Nirankaar). Worship was his personal choice. But one has to go, regularly, to the nearest temple situated in his society or Mohalla. In case one was not visiting regularly (regularly means daily, alternate day or weekly, depending on the choice of the person),the temple situated in the society or mohalla, he would not get any benefit of visiting Siddh temples, situated all over India, or, for that matter, any benefit of performing ‘TEERTH’(Pilgrimage). That was part one.
b) The other part, too, was also simple. One had to work, with honest and sincere intent, for the progress of his family, his larger family and the society (one can say mohalla, sector, sub sector, area) in which one was living, and show highest respect and regards to females.