This book looks into the narrative of Buddhism that it is about an account of two thousand and six hundred years ago when Buddha was conceived who later on became one of a kind psychotherapist. It further illuminates the concept and purpose of Buddhism is not as philosophy only rather the practical and authentic way of life also within the circumference of the Nature. The people in general have been taught and made convinced that the Buddhism is an atheistic philosophy whereas it does not concern whether there is the existence of God or not rather the human being and other creatures have been suffering. Practical ways and methods with regard intuition and meditation have been explored through Zen Buddhism. More over the impression and influence are perfectly contained in the fictions which the author has selected to be contemplated for research work in hand.
"The author Dr. Ram Sarup Sailani is the son of Late Shri Amar Chand.
He was born in the village of Hazampur in Hisar District, Haryana, and presently permanently residing at 72 Green City, P.O. – Dhakoli Zirakpur, Tehsil- Derabassi, District- S.A.S Nagar, Mohali, Punjab, India, 160104,
Education:- Phd. in English Literature Vidya Vachaspati (Honorary Phd. Degree)* Vidya Sagar (Honorary D.Lit Degree)* Gold Medalist* M.A.(Hindi and English)* Prabhakar* Sahitya-Ratn* PGDCA* M.Sc (IT), M.C.A* J.B.T* B.Ed* LL.B. (Professional)* Diploma in Acupressure therapy (DAT)* M.D.(Acupressure) Pursuing
Other books by the author: -
‘ Bolte Shram Bindoo’ (Poetry)* ‘ Benaqab’ (Satire)* ‘Bhagirathi ‘ (Epic)* ‘Khalis Hala’ (Spiritual Poetry)
Medal, Dr. Ambedkar fellowship and appreciation letter awarded by Bhartia Dalit Academy* Appreciation letters and Honours by ‘Haryana Rajya Patrakar Sangh’ and Vice Chancellor Madhepura University Madhepura (Bihar)* A number of times honoured for editorship, literary writings and cultural activities* Many poems and short stories published in leading literary magazines* Award of ‘Srijan Shri’ awarded by ‘Shabd Ganga Abhiyan and Sahityik Sansthan Unnav (U.P)* Honour of ‘Bharat-Gaurav’ by Vikramsheela Hindi Vidyapaath* Poems published in different poetry books namely ‘Anubhooti ke Swar’, ‘Pyas’, ‘Trun Hastakshra’,’Madhu Samriti’ etc.* Two C.Ds on ‘Bhagirathi’.
Broad Casting :- Recitation of self composed Gazals from Radio Station Rohtak(Haryana)
B :-Some books available in New York Library* One International Kavya Sankalan- ‘Sooraj Nahi Doobega Ab’ selected for Higher Education Syllabus* Once invited for International Kavi Sammelan in Taiwan* well command on magic art.
Career – Dr Saiani has been serving as a lawyer at Punjab and Haryana High Count in Chandigarh since 1998. Before this he practised at district counts for 14 years. He has also served as a teacher and lecturer at various esteemed institution for about 16 years.
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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 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).
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.