Ramayanam In Telugu Written By

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I am PSAPVSRS Swamy, aged 75. about 2 years back I downloaded Ramayanam published by sakthi peethas in telugu script on line. I read it and noticed many slokas were omitted. I wanted to make sampoorana valmiki ramayanam in telugu. I sought permission to do it and permitted. By Sree Seetha Rama's grace I could complete it. Now 6 kandas in 6 pdf. formats.I have also inserted drawings available in internet. I wish to send them to you on line as it can be used by devotees reading telugu and interested in reading Valmiki Ramayanam.
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The sage Narad tells him that there is a better Ramayan, written by Hanuman. Valmiki is devastated! As the story of Hanuman's Ramayan unfolds, humorously and gently, so does the idea that there is no one version of the well-loved story about Ram, Sita, Hanuman and Ravan, but many.

  • Complete 'Vachana Ramayanam ' Sarga by Sarga written. Chanting Slokas before Ramayanam inTelugu: View: Telugu: Samkshepa Ramayana Word to Word Meaning.
  • Bhanubhakta Ramayana, a Nepali version of Valmiki Ramayana, written by Bhanubhakta Acharya; Saptakanda Ramayana, the 14th century Assamese version, written by Madhava Kandali; Ranganatha Ramayanam, the Telugu version, written by Gona Budda Reddy; Ramcharitmanas, the 16th century Hindi version, written by Tulsidas; Ramavataram, the Tamil version, written by Kambar.

I have referred to Ramayanam moolam published by Sreeman Sribhashyam Applacharyulu garu in Telugu and also on line valmeeki ramayanam in sanskrit published on line for the purpose.
Sundara Kanda
Hanuman visiting Sita in Ashok Vatika, bazaar art, early 1900s.
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AuthorValmiki
LanguageSanskrit
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Sundara Kaanda (IAST: Sundara Kāṇḍa, Sanskrit: सुन्दरकाण्ड, Tamil: சுந்தரகாண்டம்lit. 'beautiful episode'), is the fifth book in the Hindu epic, the Ramayana. The original Sundara Kanda is in Sanskrit and was composed by Valmiki, who was the first to scripturally record the Ramayana. Sundara Kanda is the only chapter of the Ramayana in which the hero is not Rama, but rather Hanuman. The work depicts the adventures of Hanuman and his selflessness, strength, and devotion to Rama are emphasized in the text. Hanuman was fondly called “Sundara” by his mother Anjani and Sage Valmiki chose this name over others as the Sundara Kanda is about Hanuman's journey to Lanka.

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Summary[edit]

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The Sundara Kanda forms the heart of Valmiki's Ramayana and consists of a detailed, vivid account of Hanuman's adventures. After learning about Sita, Hanuman assumes a gargantuan form and makes a colossal leap across the ocean to Lanka after defeating Surasa, the Mother of the Nagas and Sinhika, who is sent by the Devtas.

In Lanka, Hanuman searched for Sita and finally found her in Ashok Vatika.

In the Ashok Vatika, Sita is wooed and threatened by Ravana and his demon mistresses to marry Ravana. Hanuman reassures her, giving Rama's signet ring as a sign of good faith. He offers to carry Sita back to Rama; however, she refuses, reluctant to allow herself to be rescued by any one other than her husband. She says that Rama himself must come and avenge the insult of her abduction.

Hanuman then wreaks havoc in Lanka by destroying trees and buildings, and killing Ravana's warriors. He allows himself to be captured and produced before Ravana. He gives a bold lecture to Ravana to release Sita. He is condemned and his tail is set on fire, but he escapes his bonds and, leaping from roof to roof, sets fire to Ravana's citadel and makes the giant leap back from the island. The joyous search party returns to Kishkindha with the news.

The act of reading[edit]

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It is traditional to begin the reading (pārāyaṇa) of the Ramayana with the Sundara Kanda.[1]

This lesson is recited by religious Hindus, preferably on Tuesdays or Saturdays, these days having been earmarked for special prayers to Hanuman. It happens to be for nullification of the malefic effects of the crow mounted, the son of Surya and Chhaya (Shadow), Lord Shani. Ramayana reveals that Shani Dev, who was captive at Ravana's palace, was rescued by Lord Hanuman. As a token of thanks, Shani Dev offered reprieve to all devotees of Lord Hanuman. Alternately once Shani Dev was caught between Hanuman's shoulders and the ceiling when attempting to mount the latter to influence his stars. Unable to bear the pain, Shani Dev offered gratitude in return to an immediate release.

The religious faith suggests that its recital brings harmony to the household. Many Hindus believe that if one does not have time to read the whole Ramayana, one should read the Sundara Kanda.

Other versions[edit]

Multiple variations of the Sundara Kanda exist in other languages as well, for instance in Awadhi, the language in which the saint Tulsidas wrote the Ramacharitamanas. The Sri Ramacharitamanas was written much later than Valmiki's Ramayana, in the 16th century.

Ramayanam In Telugu Written By

An earlier Tamil version, Ramavataram, by Kambar is also a prevalent text among the Sri Vaishnava and Smartha Brahmins in South India.

Ranganatha Ramayanam a Telugu version of valmiki Ramayan written by Gona Budha Reddy also described very well.

M. S. Ramarao wrote Telugu version for Hanuman Chalisa of Tulsidas and Sundara kanda of Valmiki Ramayana as 'Sundarakandamu' in Telugu during 1972-74. He sang Sundarakanda in the form of Telugu songs.

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A Malayalam independent translation of Sundara Kandam can be found in 'Adhyatma Ramayanam Kilipattu', written by Thunchaththu Ramanujan Ezhuthachan. Ezhuthachan, who is considered as the Father of Modern Malayalam language, had written the translation of the Adhyatma Ramayana, a Sanskrit text connected with the Ramanandi sect.


Hanuman Chalisa is a different poetic contribution towards the heroics of Hanuman by the poet, Tulasidas. Though it mentions his achievements during Ramayana, it goes beyond that as well, encompassing the complete life of Hanuman.

References[edit]

  1. ^Robert P. Goldman; Sally Sutherland Goldman, eds. (1996), The Ramayana of Valmiki: An Epic of Ancient India : Sundarkand, Princeton University Press, pp. 80–82, ISBN978-0-691-06662-2

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