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Translation of Valmiki Ramayana from Sanskrit to English. Jan 11, Valmiki Ramayana. Here you can browse through the great sanskrit epic - Valimiki's Ramayana in Devanagari script. This Devanagari version. Jul 31, Ramayana. The complete PDF version of the Hindu Epic tale of Ramayana in English. Written by: Valmiki. Published by: Manmatha Nath Dutt.
The book consists of the story of a Prince, Rama of Ayodhya who is sent to forest by his step mother. He accepted the decision of his step mother as her order. And went to jungle with his wife Sita and brother Laxman. In jungle he lived like a normal person without any luxury. The turning point comes in his life when his wife Sita was abducted. The demon king Ravana abducts Sita and put her in his kingdom.
Valmiki Ramayana, as the name indicates, was written by sage Valmiki. It is called Aadhi kavya because it was the first work in the form of Kavya. Before Valmiki's time even though sloka form existed there was no epic poem as such.
In fact the lakshana, definition and characteristics of kavya given by vyasa later, was based only on Ramayana The circumstance connected with the composing of Ramayana by Valmiki is interesting. The story goes that it was Sage Narada who told Valmiki about Rama. It was also Narada who was instrumental in the transformation of Valmiki into a sage from a hunter.
In Gita Krishna tells Arjuna, 'thadvidhdhi pranipaathena pariprasnena sevaya,know the truth by repeated asking with faith and humility.
The words of Narada here is known as samkshepa Ramayana reciting which, is supposed to give the same result as in reciting the whole Ramayana Valmiki, when he was going to the Thamasa river, saw two krouncha birds happily chirping together and his heart was filled with joy on seeing them At that instant an arrow came and struck the male bird which fell down dead. This pained the sage and seeing the. Valmiki considered their merirs and decided to teach them the epic.
This sloka has been interpreted by the learned acharyas to be the mangalasloka of Ramayana itself. But Seetha went one step ahead of him because. From his shoka of seeing the bird killed has sprung a sloka. Maa nishaadha prathishtaam thvam aganmah ssaasvatheessamaah yathkrounchmithunaadhekam avadheeh kaamamohitham This means. Thus came the great epic Ramayana into being.
To Valmiki in meditation later.
But to his surprise the words of the curse formed a sloka. Such is the richness of the sanskrit language. In olden days all the learning were oral only and the students committed to memory what they have learnt by reciting them every day.
Valmiki composed the whole Ramayana. And he said that Valmiki should relate the story of Rama in the same metre and rhythm and gave him the vision to see the events of the life of Rama as though it was happening in front of his eyes Valmiki repeated the sloka to fix his mind on its construction and composed Ramayana.
Raama specifies in yudhdhakaanda that it is his vow to give surrender to anyone who takes refuge in him even once but he protected only those who surrendered like Kakasura and Vibheeshana. Raamah ashayathe anena. Ravana and Mandodhari. Thus the curse itself being the leela of the Lord. They were raajaputrou. Maa nishaadha means the resort of Lakshmi.
The chanting of the Vedas required a good voice and pronunciation as the intonation is very important in veda because the wrong accent will change the entire meaning.
Adhikariis the one with sradhdha and without asooya. Happy and spheetha.
It was prosperous and fertile the residents of which were mudhitha. Prayojana is the four purushaarthas and the sambandha is made specific by the above.
Then starts the Ramayana as sung by Kusa and Lava 2. The singers were proficient in music as well as in expression. The kavya is rich in sentiments.
When they sang in front of Rama he praised them and took them to his yagasala and asked everybody to hear them. Every literary work must satisfy four requisites. Besides they were handsome with their resemblance to their father Srirama. The slokas of Ramayana are sweet sounding and render themselves beautifully to music.
All who heard it were very much impressed not only with the richness of the kavya but also about the skill of the singers.
While Valmiki only hinted at the splendour of Kosala. Then comes the description of the land of Kosala which is situated north of Ganga. Valmiki briefly mentions the greatness of. Valmiki then entreats the listener to hear it with sradhdha. Kamban has gone into raptures and dedicated a whole chapter for the description of Kosaladesa and its inhabitants. One of the most beautiful and oft quoted verse of Kamban about Kosala is. The description of the prosperity interesting.
Valmiki describes the people of Ayodhya. Since all were enjoying all riches there was no one who can be termed as poor nor as rich. Ayodhya means yodhdhum na shakyaa. The Ramayana is a useful source of information, giving details not only about mammals like monkeys, bears, etc. The epic mentions why some trees became sacred. She did not ask Rama to kill the golden deer. She merely wanted to play with it. Who would not, if they found such a strange animal?
Valmiki the biologist speaks as Rama the botanist and Sita the zoologist.
The panels that were prepared for the exhibition have been included in this book. Students of schools and colleges came in droves to see and learn from them. Sudhakar, the co-author, was invaluable in tracing the botanical and modern names for several of the plant species, which are named in Sanskrit. It was not enough to find the equivalents: In many cases, we found that the popular translations did not match the plant as it is known, and he had to find the correct equivalents.
At this point, it is worth examining who were the Vanaras, popularly called monkeys.
We are told that that the armies of Vali and Sugriva marched with the monkey emblem on the flags. Even Jambavan, the so-called bear, is called a vanara, or forest dweller. An author who knew his flora and fauna so well could not mistake a bear for a monkey. Obviously, the Vanaras — Vali, Sugriva, Hanuman, Jambavan and their people — were forest dwellers who helped Rama in his war.
Much later, they were designated as monkeys. But that development was not bad either. At least it resulted in the protection of primates and bears from human cruelty, a fate of several animal species.
We are happy to publish this book, a compilation of the panels and the paper presented at the Conference. The scientific correctness of the epic should be sufficient rebuttal for those who claim that the Ramayana is a myth and legend.
Nanditha Krishna Director C. Environmental Education Centre 6. Related Papers. Silencing Sita: Why the Ramayana's many voices provoke outrage. By Audrey Truschke.
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