In this book we have tried to view Rama & Hanuman, with a slightly different angle, which has not been explored as much as it should have been, i e their professional management skills. A lot has been said about the philosophy of Krishna & Geeta for professional management. As far as Rama is concerned we have in general confined him as an ideal of maryada only which might be applicable in Satya Yug or Treta Yug, the period of Rama but is impractical in modern days of so called professionalism or KalYug. Here we have tried to prove that Rama and Hanuman were the professional management experts, Gurus and all the decisions and philosophy followed by them was based on scientific, logical and management principles which are very much true even today. Incidentally none of them ever showed or used any supernatural powers of being Gods, but behaved like a normal human being all the time. In one line we can say in very simple language, that Rama’s wife was kidnapped by the most powerful king on the earth at that time. Rama, being in exile, had no infrastructure, no means to search her and recover his wife from that powerful king. He had no army, no money or anything else. But using his professional management skills of leadership, statesmanship, diplomacy, motivational skills etc, developed a huge powerful army of unknown bears and monkeys and motivated them to that level that they were ready to fight and even lay down their lives for him, bare footed, bare hands against the most powerful, trained army equipped with the most dreaded arms and ammunition, raths, horses elephants etc. They not only fought but won the battle for him. During all this Rama or Hanuman never ever used their supernatural powers of being God or bhrum. The book has been designed like a management book, covering all the areas of personal management and administration like – Leadership, Decision making, Grievance Redressal, reward & compensation, Temperament, Stress management etc. Various instances ( dohas, chopais and sholokas ) have been quoted to support Ramcharitmanas, Ramayana & Geeta. As case study Bharat, Angad and Arjuna have been discussed.
The author is a B.Text. MBA who has served in various renowned textile industries from 1971 to 2018. He, apart from this book has also translated two more books written by the same author about his experience - " Cancer there's hope' & " GUIDE FOR CANCER SUPPORTS" as " cancer ummid abhi hai" & " cancer sahayko ki marg darshika'
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.
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.