This is a city is Armenia.
It is not surprising that "A-Rama-n-ia" means the one which do not worship Rama - like the Rama-n-ia". Ignore the 'n" as in "Atma" and "Atman", and "Rama" and "Raman". One is Singular and weak form and the other is Plural and Strong Form.
There are two of major camps of ancient worships, "Vaishvainites" and "Shaivites". I will one day also write about "Vaishvanites" spread till Egypt, Arabia and even Italy! Ram is from the Vaishvanites camp, he being the incarnation of Lord
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