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Prasana-Raghava of Jayadeva is a drama in seven acts written around 12th century. Raghu-vilasa of Ramachandra written around 12th century. Raghavabhyudaya of Ramachandra written around 12th century.

There are other three dramas of same name written by Gangadhara - A. Janaki-Raghava written around 12th century. Another Janaki-Ragava of Yuvraja ramasinha written in A. Rama-vikrama also is a lost Ramayana drama known only through the reference made to it by Sagaranandin.

It is most likely a work of the 12th century A. Dutangada of Subhata. The Prologue of this play states that it was represented at the court of Tribhuvanapala, a Calukya king of Anhilvad who reigned in A.

Another Dutangada of Ramachandra. Amogha-raghava is a lost Ramayana-drama known only through the reference made to it by singabhupala. It may be assigned to the 13th century A. Abhirama-raghava is lost Ramayana-drama known only through the reference made to it by singabhupala. It seems to belong to the 13th cen. D Ullagha-raghava of Somesvara is a Ramayana drama belonging to the 13th century A. He was the- court-poet of Viradhavala and of Gujarat A.

Unmatta-raghava of Bhaskara written around 14th century. The Unmatta-raghava gives a curious tale of Rama.

Sita enters into a garden forbidden to the womenfolk and is transformed into a gazelle. Rama wanders in her search and his maddened soliloquies. The s'age Agasta takes pity and relieves Sita of the curse of Durvasa which was the cause of her transformation because once Durvasa disturb by gazelle.

Unmatta-raghava of Mahadeva sastri. Ananda-raghava is a drama on the Ramayana theme. Its author Rajacudamani Diksita was the son of Srinivasa and Kamakshi and was patronised by king Raghunatha of Tanjore.

He flourished in the last part of the 16th century. Anandaraghava describes in five acts the story of Rama from his marriage to coronation. Abhirama-mani of Sundaramisra is a drama in seven acts based on Ramayana written in A. Adbhuta-darpana of Mahadeva is a Ramayana-drama in ten acts. Mahadeva is the son of Krsna Suri of Tanjore and belongs to the 17th century A. Janaki-parinaya is a Ramayana-drama by Ramabhadra Diksita also belongs to the 17th century A. So, Hanuman received the necklace, presented to Sita by Rama, and which She wore briefly around Her neck, on this great occasion.

Page 16 of 29 This was Seetas way of acknowledging what Hanuman had done and expressing Her everlasting gratitude and honoring him in a very public way. Left: Hanuman tears up his heart to reveal Rama and Sita within. There are some other stories that are associated with this pearl necklace incidence.

Otherwise, it is useless to him. He was challenged to prove if he was such a great devotee.

Then, it is said, Hanuman tore upon his own chest to show that within his heart resides Rama at all times. To everyones surprise, within his heart, everyone saw Rama and Sita, just as they were seen seated on the throne in front of their eyes.

Page 17 of 29 A second story relates to why we offer vadamala, a garland made of vadas to Hanuman. All the other vanaras, and all the celestials, were also honored, likewise, by Rama and Sita and bestowed with choice gifts, pearls, and necklaces.

Thus ends the description of the coronation itself and everyone, Sugreeva, Hanuman, Vibhishana, Jambavaan, and others returned to their respective places with their hearts filled with joy having witnessed the great coronation verses 87 and The vanaraas and Sugreeva returned to Kishkinda and Vibhishana returned to Lanka.

In this context there is a story, not stated by Valmiki explicitly, that Vibhishana also received as a gift Lord Ranganatha to take with him to Lanka. Ranganatha had been worshipped by the family of Rama for many generations.

Interested readers can read about what happened as Vibhishana was on his way to Lanka and why we find now Lord Ranganatha in the holy kshetram known as Srirangam, near Tiruchy, in Tamilnadu.

The short version is that Vibhishana was told that he should not place the vigraham on the ground at any time and carry it at all times until he reached Lanka. Vibhishana, who had reached the island formed when Kaveri divides into two branches, placed the vigraham on the ground there, in order to perform his evening prayers, sandhya vandanam, and the Lord thus choice not to move from there. Of course, there are other stories related to this incidence as well, where the Lord is trying to fulfill the wishes Page 18 of 29 of many devotees simultaneously.

However, in order to please Vibhishana, the Lord promised to turn His gaze southwards, while in His reclining posture, and look towards Lanka.


The story is depicted in a series of paintings found within the Srirangam temple. This is the only temple where the deity faces south. In all other temples, deities face east, towards the rising sun. After the Coronation and Benefits of Chanting : -- -- Rama, of great fame and fortune and victories, who had conquered all His enemies, ruled over the entire kingdom world with great joy.

He asked Lakshmana to join Him in ruling and administering the world and become the Yuvaraaja, i.

But, Lakshmana refused and so Rama then turned to Bharata, who accepted, and installed the latter as the heir. Rama performed many yajnas, such as the PaunDarika, Ashwamedha, Vajapeya as in the family name of Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajapayee, who must have descended from a family of Brahmins who were experts in performing this specific yajna , during His reign which lasted for more than 10, years.

He performed Ashwamedha yajnas, a very difficult task to complete, especially the th, since Indra usually starts creating obstacles and will obstruct completion, certainly the th yajna, as we read from many stories in the Srimad Bhagavatam. He also gave away abundant charity while performing these yajnas. He enjoyed the earth, as its ruler, for thousands of years along with brothers, sons, and other relatives. Now, in several verses that follow, we are told some interesting specialties of Ramas reign.

The term Ramarajya the kingdom of Rama is often used to Page 19 of 29 describe the Hindu ideal of a king, or a reign.

This is described by Valmiki, as follows in verses 99 to , which I have converted into list form. There were no lamenting widows. There was no fear of wild animals tigers, lions or snakes, reptiles, etc. There were no diseases to fear like cancer, heart attacks, diabetes, blood pressure, etc. There were no thieves in the kingdom. No misfortunes anartha were experienced. Or, to state differently, no one wished anyone ill to create problems and misfortunes for others.

The old did not perform funerals for the young. Some people who are blessed with a long life have to experience the death of their children. A man or woman dying in his or her 60s is not considered unusual. But, if this person has a 90 year old mother or father, or both, it is a very sad situation for the parent. This was not seen during Ramas reign. There were no murders nor was there any violence inflicted by citizens upon each other.

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Recall the rise of gun violence in USA and other countries like Norway, and even the violence recently with kitchen knives in a high school. Everyone rejoiced and followed Ramas example and upheld dharma. People lived for thousands of years and enjoyed life with thousands of progeny, children, grandchildren, greatgrandchildren, etc.

People lived long and were free of disease and sorrows. The sloka that summarizes all these auspicious qualities of Ramas reign is given below covering points 9 and 10 above.

Some additional characteristics of Ramas reign are given in slokas that follow, through verse Trees were always flowering and bearing fruits in plenty, with their branches spreading afar. Rains came on time, in the right amounts, and in the right places.

The winds blew in a pleasant way i. People of the four castes, Brahmanas, Kshatriyas, Vaishyas, and Shudras lived happily fulfilling their duties and understanding their obligations and role in society and upheld dharma. People did not speak lies while Rama ruled na anrutaahaa, verse People were endowed with good qualities and characteristics sarve lakshaNa sampannaah and everyone followed dharma, upholding it at all times dharma paraayaNaahaa.

Page 21 of 29 In the concluding verses hereon from to Valmiki tells us about Rama Himself and also the benefits that will accrue to those who are dedicated to the reading and hearing of this divine work.

It was composed by Valmiki a long time ago puraa. One who reads this and one who listens to this will become sinless. Those who desires children will be so blessed and those who desire wealth will also be so blessed. Those who listen to the description of Ramas Divine Coronation will attain exalted positions in this world, will be victorious, will conquer enemies.

Attention, those who seek power and prestige, especially high office; organize the reading of this Rama Pattabhishekam sargam! Women will enjoy blessed life with their children like Kausalya, Sumitra, and Kaikeyi did with their own children and with Rama.

Those who listen to this will always be happy and enjoy a long life with many children and grandchildren. Page 22 of 29 [7] One who listens to this epic by Valmiki, and the story of the victory of Rama, who can fulfil all tasks effortlessly aklishTa karmaNaha will a.

Become devout and develop great faith b. Conquer anger.

Overcome all obstacles literally victory over all fortresses and citadels, the sign posts of enemies in days past. Get reunited with their relatives after being separated for a long time due to unavoidable travels for business and other reasons, for example, many fron the Indian community who are separated from their families, especially aging parents. Now, follow some more benefits of listening to the Ramayana, especially the Rama Pattabhishekam sargam. The Gods are pleased when one hears the Ramayanam.

Various gods, that even Krishna talks about in chapter 7 of the Gita, have been given the power to bestow all kinds of fortunes upon humans and grant them their wishes; thats what will follow when gods themselves are pleased. The Gods like Ganesha, who removes all obstacles from our lives, are pleased. They grant us freedom from even minor irritations such as internet not working, or problems with computers, cars, and what not that we have to go through daily; in days past, my biggest problem was the Xerox machine at the office NOT working and being up for repairs just as I was ready to make 10, 15, 0r 20 copies of handouts for a presentation!

Then I learned to never again do this in the last minute and on the day before the presentation! Kings will always be victorious in modern days, lifelong politicians will keep winning elections and attain higher and higher positions.

Travelers will find their travels to be safe and comfortable.

Ramayana is also about the travels of Rama! Women of childbearing age who listen to this will give birth to virtuous children of unparalleled qualities. Worshipping this ancient epic and reading this ancient epic o Will make one sinless o Will bless one with long life Page 23 of 29 The Kshatriyas should bow to and listen to this epic from a Brahmana. Now comes the conclusion and the most important of all.

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Valmiki tells us that those who read this epic, those who listen this epic, constantly, are indeed pleasing Shree Raama Himself. Who is Shree Raama? It is interesting to see here that Valmiki says ucyate which means he has heard it from others.

From whom? From Narada. Rama went to Mithila and got a chance to marry her by breaking the Shiv Dhanush bow while trying to tie a knot to it in a competition organized by King Janaka of Mithila. The competition was to find the most suitable husband for Sita and many princes from different states competed to win her.

Sita is the avatara of goddess Lakshmi , the consort of Vishnu.

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Sita is portrayed as the epitome of female purity and virtue. She follows her husband into exile and is abducted by the demon king Ravana. She is imprisoned on the island of Lanka , until Rama rescues her by defeating Ravana.

Later, she gives birth to twin boys Luv and Kusha. Bharata is the son of Dasharatha and Queen Kaikeyi. When he learns that his mother Kaikeyi has forced Rama into exile and caused Dasharatha to die brokenhearted, he storms out of the palace and goes in search of Rama in the forest. When Rama refuses to return from his exile to assume the throne, Bharata obtains Rama's sandals and places them on the throne as a gesture that Rama is the true king.

Bharata then rules Ayodhya as the regent of Rama for the next fourteen years, staying outside the city of Ayodhya. He was married to Mandavi. Lakshmana is a younger brother of Rama, who chose to go into exile with him. He spends his time protecting Sita and Rama, during which time he fights the demoness Shurpanakha. He is forced to leave Sita, who was deceived by the demon Maricha into believing that Rama was in trouble. Sita is abducted by Ravana upon his leaving her. He was married to Sita's younger sister Urmila.

Shatrughna is a son of Dasharatha and his third wife Queen Sumitra. He is the youngest brother of Rama and also the twin brother of Lakshmana. He was married to Shrutakirti. Allies of Rama[ edit ] Vanara Hanuman is a vanara belonging to the kingdom of Kishkindha.Everyone was dressed in beautiful Page 11 of 29 silks and adorned with precious jewels.

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