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  • SRIMADVALMIKI RAMAYANAM-BALAKANDAM (Sanskrit) by: SAGE VALMIKI 385.00

    “The Valmiki Ramayanam Balakandam written by the great Sage Valmiki
    describes in detail the birth of Sri Rama and his brothers, his accompanying
    Sage Viswamithra to annihilate the evil Rakshasi by name Thataka in order to
    protect his Yagam, relieving Ahalya from her curse, Rama breaking the great
    shiva Dhanush, his marriage with Sita etc., in his own unique inimitable style in
    Sanskrit.”

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    Valmiki concludes Rama’s story with Yuddhakandam. As the name suggests, this kandam describes the war strategies and actual war between the monkey
    army and Rakshasa army after Nala builds the Rama Sethu bridge with the help of monkeys to cross the ocean. Hanuman once again exhibits his heroics in bringing Sanjeevani hill to cure a seriously wounded Lakshmana. An important chapter is that of Adhithya Hrudayam in which the sage Agasthya blesses Rama. Ravana and Indrajit adopt deceptive methods in the war to kill Rama and Lakshmana. Finally, Rama kills Kumbakarna, Indrajit, Ravana, and all his army.
    Sita is made to enter the pyre by Rama to prove her purity in the eyes of the public. Returning to Ayodhya, Rama is crowned as the king of Ayodhya with his Pattabhishekam and he rules the kingdom in an excellent manner for many years. Valmiki Ramayanam ends here.

    SRIMADVALMIKIRAMAYANAM YUDDHAKANDAM by: SAGE VALMIKI 650.00

    Valmiki concludes Rama’s story with Yuddhakandam. As the name suggests, this kandam describes the war strategies and actual war between the monkey
    army and Rakshasa army after Nala builds the Rama Sethu bridge with the help of monkeys to cross the ocean. Hanuman once again exhibits his heroics in bringing Sanjeevani hill to cure a seriously wounded Lakshmana. An important chapter is that of Adhithya Hrudayam in which the sage Agasthya blesses Rama. Ravana and Indrajit adopt deceptive methods in the war to kill Rama and Lakshmana. Finally, Rama kills Kumbakarna, Indrajit, Ravana, and all his army.
    Sita is made to enter the pyre by Rama to prove her purity in the eyes of the public. Returning to Ayodhya, Rama is crowned as the king of Ayodhya with his Pattabhishekam and he rules the kingdom in an excellent manner for many years. Valmiki Ramayanam ends here.

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    In Kishkindakandam, a wailing Sri Rama continues his search for Sita. Sri Rama meets Sugriva and accepts him as his friend for killing his elder brother Vali, the vanara king of Kishkinda. Sugriva narrates his story of how he is being bullied by his brother Vali for no fault of Sugriva and his inability to enter Kishkinda and be with his wife Ruma. In order to clear the doubt about his valour, Vali being an in conquerable warrior, Sri Rama proves to Sugriva by piercing the seven trees and also effortlessly kicking the huge stone. Based on Sri Rama’s support, Sugriva calls Vali for a fight. Both being identical twins Sri Rama could not differentiate between the two during the fight. Sugriva is once again defeated by Vali. Sri Rama requests him to wear a garland to distinguish Sugriva and kills Vali by hiding behind a tree. Tara, the wife of Vali weeps and accuses Rama of his deceit. Sri Rama justifies his action. Sugriva is crowned as the king of Kishkinda with Angada, Vali’s son, as crown prince. Sugriva invites all the vanara warriors from all over India and directs them to proceed in search of Sita in all the four directions. Sri Rama gives Hanuman his ring to be given to Sita if he finds her. Hanuman and other vanara warriors proceed in the direction of South in search of Sita. On getting frustrated in not finding Sita, when they decide to commit suicide, they meet Sampati, the bird who tells them that Sita is in Srilanka. Hanuman prepares to cross the ocean.

    SRIMADVALMIKIRAMAYANAM KISHKINDAKANDAM by: SAGE VALMIKI 395.00

    In Kishkindakandam, a wailing Sri Rama continues his search for Sita. Sri Rama meets Sugriva and accepts him as his friend for killing his elder brother Vali, the vanara king of Kishkinda. Sugriva narrates his story of how he is being bullied by his brother Vali for no fault of Sugriva and his inability to enter Kishkinda and be with his wife Ruma. In order to clear the doubt about his valour, Vali being an in conquerable warrior, Sri Rama proves to Sugriva by piercing the seven trees and also effortlessly kicking the huge stone. Based on Sri Rama’s support, Sugriva calls Vali for a fight. Both being identical twins Sri Rama could not differentiate between the two during the fight. Sugriva is once again defeated by Vali. Sri Rama requests him to wear a garland to distinguish Sugriva and kills Vali by hiding behind a tree. Tara, the wife of Vali weeps and accuses Rama of his deceit. Sri Rama justifies his action. Sugriva is crowned as the king of Kishkinda with Angada, Vali’s son, as crown prince. Sugriva invites all the vanara warriors from all over India and directs them to proceed in search of Sita in all the four directions. Sri Rama gives Hanuman his ring to be given to Sita if he finds her. Hanuman and other vanara warriors proceed in the direction of South in search of Sita. On getting frustrated in not finding Sita, when they decide to commit suicide, they meet Sampati, the bird who tells them that Sita is in Srilanka. Hanuman prepares to cross the ocean.

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    The real-life story of Shri Rama was first written by Valmiki Maharishi thousands of years ago. This book details the portion of Ayodhyakandam. The Ayodhyakandam tells the story of Rama’s dropped incarnation as the crown prince of Ayodhya, Kaikaye, the step mother of Rama, demanding two boons given to her by Dasaratha when she helped him in a war long before. The demands are to incarnate Bharatha, as the crown prince of Ayodhya and also to exile Rama to the forest for 14 years wearing the robe of an ascetic. Lakshmana and Sita accompany him to the forest. Rama and Guha, become friends. Rama after meeting Bharadhwaja Maharishi in his ashram and based on his advice decides to stay in a place called Chitrakuta in the forest. In the meantime, Dasaratha, the king of Ayodhya passes away and Bharatha on return to Ayodhya, scolds Kaikaye for her evil designs. Bharatha meets Rama in the forest to hand over the reins of Ayodhya to him. Rama refuses in keeping with his promise given to their father. Bharatha with the blessing of Rama and his Padukas rules Ayodhya wearing the dress of an ascetic from Nandigramam, a small village on the outskirts of Ayodhya daily reporting to Rama’s Padukas. The Ayodhyakandam contains 4357 slokas in 119 Sargas(Chapters).

    SRIMADVALMIKI RAMAYANAM-AYODHYAKANDAM by: SAGE VALMIKI 575.00

    The real-life story of Shri Rama was first written by Valmiki Maharishi thousands of years ago. This book details the portion of Ayodhyakandam. The Ayodhyakandam tells the story of Rama’s dropped incarnation as the crown prince of Ayodhya, Kaikaye, the stepmother of Rama, demanding two boons given to her by Dasaratha when she helped him in a war long before. The demands are to incarnate Bharatha, as the crown prince of Ayodhya and also to exile Rama to the forest for 14 years wearing the robe of an ascetic. Lakshmana and Sita accompany him to the forest. Rama and Guha, become friends. Rama after meeting Bharadhwaja Maharishi in his ashram and based on his advice decides to stay in a place called Chitrakuta in the forest. In the meantime, Dasaratha, the king of Ayodhya passes away and Bharatha on return to Ayodhya, scolds Kaikaye for her evil designs. Bharatha meets Rama in the forest to hand over the reins of Ayodhya to him. Rama refuses in keeping with his promise given to their father. Bharatha with the blessing of Rama and his Padukas rules Ayodhya wearing the dress of an ascetic from Nandigramam, a small village on the outskirts of Ayodhya daily reporting to Rama’s Padukas. The Ayodhyakandam contains 4357 slokas in 119 Sargas(Chapters).

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    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.

    SRIMADVALMIKIRAMAYANAM SUNDARAKANDAM by: SAGE VALMIKI 450.00

    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.

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    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.

    SRIMADVALMIKI RAMAYANAM ARANYAKANDAM by: SAGE VALMIKI 385.00

    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.

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