The book ‘Insights of the Western Missionaries’Legacy in Manipur: Especial reference to Moyon of South East Manipur’ is an exposition of the historical, social account and missiological approach carried out by Western Missionaries and others. It also deals how Christianity begins and explores the church history in Manipur, and native leaders initiative in church planting.
By the Grace of Durga Mata and Sri Krishna, Arbinder Singh has authored a book called “God and Maya Digest”. It is a book with Spiritual Texts and Pictures of Gods and Goddesses to educate the masses. The Text consists of Teachings from various Holy Books like Saptsati, Ramayan, and Bhagwat Gita and how best to apply them in today’s ever-changing world. It also consists of my own experiences from around the World on Godhead and how Maya is a Power of God and yet an obstacle in the path of Moksha of Devotees.
Sundarakandam of Valmikiramayanam has a unique place in Hindu Puranas just like the Bhagavad Githa of Mahabharatham. This is a book read by all devoted Hindus in their daily morning prayers. Sundarakandam describes the courage, valour and the intelligence of Hanuman in full measure. Hanuman takes the air route in ying to Srilanka by crossing the ocean. He meets many obstacles onroute and he get over them skilfully. Hanuman hands over the ring of Rama to Sita. Hanuman ghts with many warriors of Ravana and wins them. Indrajit, son of Ravana captures Hanuman by using Brahmastra though Hanuman is not necessarily bound by that. Hanuman advises Ravana to release Sita in his own interest as otherwise he will be annihilated by the great Rama. Ravana refuses and punishes Hanuman by ordering his solders to lit re to his tail. Hanuman uses this re to engulf Lanka in ames. Hanuman after crossing the ocean gets back to Kishkinda. Hanuman hands over the jewel of her head given to him by Sita to be given to Rama.
Aranyakandam of Srimadvalmiki Ramayanam describes the trials and
tribulations of Rama in the Dandakaranya forest. Rama meets the Sages living
there who request him to protect them from the atrocities of Rakshasas in not
along them to perform their daily prayers and rituals. Rama and Lakshmana
reject the advances of Surpanaka, the evil Rakshasi to marry her and Lakshmana
cuts her nose. Rama kills Kara Dhushana, Trisiras and their 14000 warriors. On
hearing Surpanaka about the beauty of Sita, Ravana with the help of Maricha, his
uncle, by taking the garb of a mendicant and golden deer respectively divert the
attention of Rama and Lakshmana and abduct Sita to Srilanka after a ght with
Jatayu. Rama does the last rites of Jatayu, meets Sabari and gives her Mukthi.
On the advice of Kabandha, proceeds to Rishyamuka hill to meet Sugriva, the
monkey king, to take his help in searching for Sita’s whereabouts. Here ends the
story of Aranyakandam.