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Ramayana: Ayodhya kand (Part-2)
Ramayana: Ayodhya kand (Part-2)
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About the Book:

Sage Valmiki created the greatest epic 'Ramayana'. Being in Sanskrit language it was beyond the comprehension of the commoners. Sint Tulsidas redrafted the epic in layman's language as the story of Rama for the benefit of the common folk. Rama has been presented as an incarnation in this version titled 'Rama Charita Manas'. Rama is God. He acts as a normal man with flashes of divinity. His character is a mine of divine spectacles from which emanate the massages of sacrifice, righteousness and love.

It is the character of Rama that inspired the poets world over to weave verses in his praise in various languages and translations followed.

We firmly believe that this creation based on Rama Charita Manas will be helpful in uplifting you morally and spiritually.

CONTENTS

Dasharatha Contemplates Making Lord Rama the Crown-Prince43
King Dasharatha consults Sage Vasishtha44
Uneasiness among gods45
Manthara Turns Hostile46
Manthara Successful in Her Venture47
Kaikeyi in Kopa-Bhavana48
Kaikeyi Asks to fulfill the promises 49
Dasharatha Tries to conciliate Kaikeyi50
Sumantra's massage to Lord Rama51
Lord Rama in the Palace of Kaikeyi52
Lord Rama avows obedience53
Woeful Ayodhya Town54
Lord Rama in the Chamber of Kaushalya55
Sita ji's Resolve to Accompany Lord Rama56
Lakshamana to Seeks Permission to Leave57
Lord Rama Bids Farewell to His Father58
Lord Rama's Departuere59
Lord Rama leaves Quietly in the Night60
Arrival into Shringaverpur61
Dialogue between Lord Rama and the Boatman63
Lord Rama reaches across the Ganges64
Bidding Farewell65
Lord Rama meets sage Bharadwaj66
The trio reaches Chitrakoot67
Sumantra Returns to Ayodhya68
Dasharatha's Consternation69
King Dasharatha Narrates the Story70
Cursed by the blind Parents71
King Dasharatha Passes away72
Dharatas' Arrival73
Bharata's Anger on Kaikeyi74
King Dasharatha's Cremation75
Bharata refuses to become a King76
Lakshamana reused to Anger77
Bharata Meets Lord Rama78
Libation by Lord Rama79
Bharata takes the Sandals of Lord Rama80

Ramayana: Ayodhya kand (Part-2)

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IDG564
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English
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10.9" X 8.6
Pages:
40
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About the Book:

Sage Valmiki created the greatest epic 'Ramayana'. Being in Sanskrit language it was beyond the comprehension of the commoners. Sint Tulsidas redrafted the epic in layman's language as the story of Rama for the benefit of the common folk. Rama has been presented as an incarnation in this version titled 'Rama Charita Manas'. Rama is God. He acts as a normal man with flashes of divinity. His character is a mine of divine spectacles from which emanate the massages of sacrifice, righteousness and love.

It is the character of Rama that inspired the poets world over to weave verses in his praise in various languages and translations followed.

We firmly believe that this creation based on Rama Charita Manas will be helpful in uplifting you morally and spiritually.

CONTENTS

Dasharatha Contemplates Making Lord Rama the Crown-Prince43
King Dasharatha consults Sage Vasishtha44
Uneasiness among gods45
Manthara Turns Hostile46
Manthara Successful in Her Venture47
Kaikeyi in Kopa-Bhavana48
Kaikeyi Asks to fulfill the promises 49
Dasharatha Tries to conciliate Kaikeyi50
Sumantra's massage to Lord Rama51
Lord Rama in the Palace of Kaikeyi52
Lord Rama avows obedience53
Woeful Ayodhya Town54
Lord Rama in the Chamber of Kaushalya55
Sita ji's Resolve to Accompany Lord Rama56
Lakshamana to Seeks Permission to Leave57
Lord Rama Bids Farewell to His Father58
Lord Rama's Departuere59
Lord Rama leaves Quietly in the Night60
Arrival into Shringaverpur61
Dialogue between Lord Rama and the Boatman63
Lord Rama reaches across the Ganges64
Bidding Farewell65
Lord Rama meets sage Bharadwaj66
The trio reaches Chitrakoot67
Sumantra Returns to Ayodhya68
Dasharatha's Consternation69
King Dasharatha Narrates the Story70
Cursed by the blind Parents71
King Dasharatha Passes away72
Dharatas' Arrival73
Bharata's Anger on Kaikeyi74
King Dasharatha's Cremation75
Bharata refuses to become a King76
Lakshamana reused to Anger77
Bharata Meets Lord Rama78
Libation by Lord Rama79
Bharata takes the Sandals of Lord Rama80

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