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The book, “Ramanand Sagar Dwara Prasarit Ramayana — Ek Adarsh Katha” is the story of Lord Ram’s life and teachings from His life time written in simple and lucid Hindi language. Reading this book will imbibe in the readers a clear understanding about the life and teachings of Lord Ram. In simple language the author has tried to generate amongst the readers a clear understanding on how an ideal family and its relationships thrive. Lord Ram who is considered as “Maryada Purshottam” exemplified through his life how the duties towards the family and the society are conducted. Readers of this book will get an insight into how an ideal relationship should be, in the context
of father and son, brothers, husband and wife and King and subjects. It provides a deeper appreciation towards the importance and the value of truth, religion and justice. This book will educate readers about the highest devotion, highest knowledge, highest asceticism and highest moral etc. The Author believes that this book will provide guidance to its readers in performing day to day activities and help in resolving family problems.
The Book is a detailed study of the dashavatar stories of Indian Mythology. It further explores the comparison of the dashavatar stories and the Theory of evolution laid out by Darwin. It follows a simple set of rules followed by generations of scientists and answers many of the philosophical questions including the purpose of human life.
This book is an amalgamation of psychology and mythology. The characters of Mahabharata are intricately woven with the emotions we feel today to enlighten us about the spectrum of human conscience. The book is divided into seven chapters, each chapter rich in its own theme.
*Authors note*: Try to read between the lines and understand the meaning of the book by putting yourself in each character’s shoes. I hope I am able to enchant you through my words spilt on 45 pages.
This is the only book based on Mahabharata which:-
1. Explains it’s hidden mysteries by answering its centuries-old unsolved questions.
2. Helps to understand the psychology and philosophy of its characters.
3. Removes famous misconceptions related to Mahabharata.
4. Helps to gain teachings from the immense wealth of knowledge of Mahabharata.
5. Generates a sense of pride in the youth towards our glorious Sanatan culture.