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रामायण ( Sanskrit Essay on Ramayana )


रामस्य अयनं (चरितं) रामायणम् । रामायणम् आदिकाव्यं सर्वेषां काव्यानां जीवातुभूतं च भवति । रामायणं महाभारतवत् कश्चित् इतिहासग्रन्थः भवति । संस्कृतसाहित्ये रामायणवत् प्रसिध्दः लोकप्रियः च अन्यः ग्रन्थः नास्तीति वक्तुं शक्यते । नीतिदृष्ट्या काव्यात्मकदृष्ट्या लोकोपकारकदृष्ट्या च रामायणस्य महत्त्वं वर्धते ।

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25 comments:

  1. twam shobhniyam karyam karosi.

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  2. ITI SRI RAMAYANA... JAI SRI RAM...

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  3. very useful. ati shobanam. by DIYA

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  4. realllyyyyy i don't know weather its prfctly correct or not but it helped me a lot.
    at least when i dont knowwhat to write at all

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  5. i dnt knw snskrit much its difficlt 2 undrstnd
    i need a essay about 2 pages on the behalf of ramayana
    other websit didnt prvide much easier than this i recomend this was the most wndrful essay

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  6. thank u 4 writing this blog

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  7. Konnichiwa. I am a japanese girl. I love Indian. Can you please translate into Japanese.From Yuki

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    1. OMG! I CAN'T BELIEVE IT , YOU'RE A JAPANESE! I LOVE JAPANESE LANGUAGE . DOUZO YOROSHIKU

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    2. dommo? hajimemashite? I'd like to be friends with you.Jaa, mata ne.BY THE WAY , i'm ashlien dsoza .you can search me on FB .


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  8. verrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrry nice wonderful and verrrrrrrrrrrrrrrry easy

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  9. Athyuththamam
    Ramayana is an epic and u have made it very brief as well as informative. Ati shobhaniyam

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  10. Thamk you!!!!!!!!
    It was very useful

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  11. Thank You SO MUCH!!!!!!! very useful

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  12. tnku sooooooooooooooooo mch.was my chrstms project.now i got smthng.tnku again

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  13. Ramayana is one of the most decorated pieces of the indian literature, a story of victory of dharma on adharma and hence is a very good for people of all ages. one who says this bad is either illiterate in sanskrit or has never read the ramaya

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  14. Konichiwa, Yuki
    Here is a short summary of the great epic "Ramayana"

    Summary
    Dasharatha was the King of Ayodhya and had three wives and four sons. Rama was the eldest and his mother was Kaushalya. Bharata was the son of Dasharatha’s second and favorite wife, Queen Kaikeyi. The other two were twins, Lakshmana and Shatrughna whose mother was Sumithra. In the neighboring city the ruler’s daughter was named Sita. When it was time for Sita to choose her bridegroom (at a ceremony called a swayamvara) princes from all over the land were asked to string a giant bow which no one could lift. However, as Rama picked it up, he not only strung the bow, he broke it. Seeing this, Sita indicated that she had chosen Rama as her husband by putting a garland around his neck. Their love became a model for the entire kingdom as they looked over the kingdom under the watchful eye of his father the king.

    A few years later, King Dasharatha decided it was time to give his throne to his eldest son Rama and retire to the forest. Everyone seemed pleased, save Queen Kaikeyi since she wanted her son Bharata to rule. Because of an oath Dasharatha had made to her years before, she got the king to agree to banish Rama for fourteen years and to crown Bharata, even though the king pleaded with her not to demand such a request. The devastated King could not face Rama and it was Queen Kaikeyi who told Rama the King’s decree. Rama, always obedient, was content to go into banishment in the forest. Sita and Lakshmana accompanied him on his exile.

    One day Rama and Lakshmana wounded a rakshasas (demon) princess who tried to seduce Rama. She returned to her brother Ravana, the ten-headed ruler of Lanka. In retaliation, Ravana devised a plan to abduct Sita after hearing about her incomparable beauty. He sent one of his demons disguised as a magical golden deer to entice Sita. To please her, Rama and Lakshmana went to hunt the deer down. Before they did though, they drew a protective circle around Sita and told her that she would be safe for as long as she did not step outside the circle. After Rama and Lakshmana left, Ravana appeared as a holy man begging alms. The moment Sita stepped outside the circle to give him food, Ravana grabbed her and carried her to his kingdom in Lanka.

    Rama then sought the help of a band of monkeys offer to help him find Sita. Hanuman, the general of the monkey band can fly since his father is the wind. He flew to Lanka and, finding Sita in the grove, comforted her and told her Rama would come to save her soon. Ravana’s men captured Hanuman, and Ravana ordered them to wrap Hanuman's tail in cloth and to set it on fire. With his tail burning, Hanuman escaped and hopped from house-top to house-top, setting Lanka on fire. He then flew back to Rama to tell him where Sita was.

    Rama, Lakshmana and the monkey army built a causeway from the tip of India to Lanka and crossed over to Lanka where a cosmic battle ensued. Rama killed several of Ravana’s brothers and eventually confronted the ten-headed Ravana. He killed Ravana, freed Sita and after Sita proved here purity, they returned to Ayodhya where Bharata returned the crown to him

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  15. Can u pls give a long sumary in Sanskrit

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  16. very nice efforts helped me alot

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  17. can u pls give me a paragraph on the ऋग्वेदः, यजुर्वेदः, सामवेदः, अथर्ववेदश्चेति separately

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