Ramayana

Ramayana
Ramayana

The Ramayana is an ancient Indian epic, composed some time in the 5th century BCE, about the exile and then return of Rama, prince of Ayodhya. It was composed in Sanskrit by the sage Valmiki, who taught it to Rama's sons, the twins Lava and Kush. At about 24000 verses, it is a rather long poem and, by tradition, is known as the Adi Kavya (adi = original, first; kavya = poem). While the basic story is about palace politics and battles with demon tribes, the narrative is interspersed with philosophy, ethics, and notes on duty. While in that other Indian epic, the Mahabharata, the characters are presented with all their human follies and failings, the Ramayana leans more towards an ideal state of things: Rama is the ideal son and king, Sita the ideal wife, Hanuman the ideal devotee, Lakshman and Bharat the ideal brothers, and even Ravana, the demon villian, is not entirely despicable.  Actual Meaning of Ramayan

Ramayana consists of seven kandas. Each Kandas is again Divided into Sarga and again each Sarga is divided into Slokas. In this post we provide you Ramayan Slokas in Hindi, Ramayan Slokas In Telgu, Ramayan 101 Chaupai, Ramayan Chaupai Lyrics in Hindi.

Bala kanda - The boyhood of Rama.
Ayodhya kanda - The life in Ayodhya until Rama went on exile.
Aranya kanda - Life in the forest with wife, Sita, and brother Lakshman and abduction of Sita by King Ravana.
Kishkindha kanda - The phase in the kingdom of Sugriva, a vanara, meaning "monkey"
Sundara kanda - The journey of Rama to Srilanka.
Yuddha kanda - Also called Lanka kanda, it is about the battle with King Ravana, rescue of Sita and return to Ayodhya.
Uttara kanda - Rama's life as king of Ayodhya, sons' births, testing the innocence of Sita who returns to her mother who is considered the earth goddess, and the demise of Rama.



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