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Ramayana: Uttarkand Lava-Kushakand (Part-5)
Ramayana: Uttarkand Lava-Kushakand (Part-5)
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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

Message from Hanuman to Bharata163
A word of praise for Ayodhya164
Coronation of Lord Rama165
Hanuman-the attendant of Lord Rama166
Decision to repudiate Sita Ji167
Lord Rama repudiates Sita Ji168
Sita alone in the dense forest169
Sita Ji in the hermitage of sage Valmiki170
Mothers leave for their heavenly abode171
Birth of Lava and Kusha172
The Ashwamedha Yajna of King Rama173
The horse of Ashwamedha Yajan174
Lava and Kusha catch the horse175
Combat between Lava-Kusha and Shatrughna176
Shatrughna defeated177
Lakshamana and Lava-Kusha face to face178
Combat between Lava-Kusha and Lakshamana179
Lord Rama's orders to Bharata180
Bharata falls in a faint181
Lord Rama on the battlefield182
Lord Rama's disinclination to fight183
War strategy of Lava and Kusha184
Sita Ji's consternation185
Arrival of sage Valmiki186
Father and sons reunite187
Lord Rama sends Lakshamana to Sita Ji188
Sita Ji's mental agony189
Sita Ji returns to the nether regions190
Lakshamana returns with Lava and Kusha191
Dharmaraja's arrival in Ayodhya192
Sage Durvasa in a fury193
Lakshamana leaves his body194
Indication of departure195
Coronation of Lava and Kusha196
Ayodhyaites supplicate197
Blessings to Hanuman198
Bharata and Shatrughna to to their abodes199
Lord Rama's 'Great Departure'200

Ramayana: Uttarkand Lava-Kushakand (Part-5)

Item Code:
IDG566
Cover:
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Language:
English
Size:
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

Message from Hanuman to Bharata163
A word of praise for Ayodhya164
Coronation of Lord Rama165
Hanuman-the attendant of Lord Rama166
Decision to repudiate Sita Ji167
Lord Rama repudiates Sita Ji168
Sita alone in the dense forest169
Sita Ji in the hermitage of sage Valmiki170
Mothers leave for their heavenly abode171
Birth of Lava and Kusha172
The Ashwamedha Yajna of King Rama173
The horse of Ashwamedha Yajan174
Lava and Kusha catch the horse175
Combat between Lava-Kusha and Shatrughna176
Shatrughna defeated177
Lakshamana and Lava-Kusha face to face178
Combat between Lava-Kusha and Lakshamana179
Lord Rama's orders to Bharata180
Bharata falls in a faint181
Lord Rama on the battlefield182
Lord Rama's disinclination to fight183
War strategy of Lava and Kusha184
Sita Ji's consternation185
Arrival of sage Valmiki186
Father and sons reunite187
Lord Rama sends Lakshamana to Sita Ji188
Sita Ji's mental agony189
Sita Ji returns to the nether regions190
Lakshamana returns with Lava and Kusha191
Dharmaraja's arrival in Ayodhya192
Sage Durvasa in a fury193
Lakshamana leaves his body194
Indication of departure195
Coronation of Lava and Kusha196
Ayodhyaites supplicate197
Blessings to Hanuman198
Bharata and Shatrughna to to their abodes199
Lord Rama's 'Great Departure'200

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