sampurna valmiki ramayanam (telugu) Book


sampurna valmiki ramayanam


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Ramayana (/rɑːˈmɑːjənə/;[1][2] Sanskrit: रामायणम्,[3] Rāmāyaṇam [ɽaːˈmaːjɐɳɐm]) is one of the two significant Sanskrit legends of antiquated India, the other being the Mahābhārata. Alongside the Mahābhārata, it shapes the Hindu Itihasa.[4]

The epic, customarily attributed to the Maharishi Valmiki, portrays the life of Rama, the amazing Kosala Realm. It follows his fourteen-year outcast to the woodland by his dad Ruler Dasharatha, on solicitation of his progression mother Kaikeyi, his movements across backwoods in India with his significant other Sita and sibling Lakshmana, the seizing of his better half by Ravana, the extraordinary lord of Lanka, bringing about a war with him and Slam’s possible come back to Ayodhya to be delegated lord. This is the zenith purpose of the epic. It is viewed as a sacrosanct book, and is perused by a great many individuals consistently.

There have been numerous endeavors to unwind the epic’s chronicled development and compositional layers; different late researchers’ assessments for the most punctual phase of the content territory from the seventh to fourth hundreds of years BCE,[5] with later stages stretching out up to the third century CE.[6]

The Ramayana is one of the biggest antiquated stories in world writing. It comprises of almost 24,000 refrains (generally set in the Shloka/Anustubh meter), isolated into six kāṇḍas: the bālakāṇḍa, the ayodhyakāṇḍa, the araṇyakāṇḍa, the kiṣkindakāṇḍa, the sundarākāṇḍa, and the laṅkākāṇḍa. what’s more, around 500 sargas (chapters).The uttarākāṇḍa, albeit habitually considered as a part of the fundamental ones, isn’t a piece of the first epic.[7] In Hindu custom, the Ramayana is viewed as the Adi-kavya (first sonnet). It delineates the obligations of connections, depicting perfect characters like the perfect dad, the perfect worker, the perfect sibling, the perfect spouse and the perfect ruler. The Ramayana was a significant effect on later Sanskrit verse and Hindu life and culture.

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