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Sankshipta Sundarakanda in Sanskrit. Sankshipta Sundarakanda in Telugu. Sankshipta Sundarakanda in Kannada.
Sankshipta Sundarakanda in Malayalam. Sundarakanda Katha in Telugu. According to traditional folklore Ramayana text has twenty four thousand Slokas corresponding to the twenty four syllables of Gayatri mantra. The first Sloka of Sundarakanda has the twelfth syllable of the twenty four syllables of the Gayatri mantra, placing Sundarakanda in a way at the virtual center or the heart of Ramayana. Sundarakanda is probably the most widely read part of Ramayana and carries a widely known verse about itself saying.
In Sundarakanda Rama is beautifulSita is beautiful, Hunuman is beautiful. What is not beautiful in Sundarakanda? Considering the tradition of naming a book or chapter of a book after the main character, one can conclude Sundarakanda is about Sundarathe Hunuman who is the center piece of action in Sundarakanda.
Sundarakanda is the story of the determination of Hanuman in achieving the task he set out as stated in the opening stanza of Sundarakanda. The story built in Sundarakanda can be briefly stated as follows. Hanuman flies across the ocean overcoming several obstaclesenters Lanka, after intensive search finds Sitaidentifies himself as the messenger of Ramatakes her message and a token Chudamani from her as an identificationthen announces himself as the servant and messenger of Rama, destroys the palace garden of Ravana, gains audience with Ravana, conveys his own message to Ravana saying return Sita or face annihilation.
When his message of conciliation was rejected and his tail was set on firehe uses that to burn down the city of Lankareturns triumphantly to Kishkindha and conveys to Rama that Sita is safe but in the custody of the Rakshasa King Ravana in Lankacontinuously pining for Rama and awaiting action by Rama to get her released. Stripped of religious overtonesSundarakanda starts in the background where in Sri Rama and Sita have gone through relentless troubles and difficulties in terms of the abrupt cancellation of coronation, banishment to the foreststhe death of father Dasarathathe abduction of Sita.
Sri Rama himself says, ” Kingdom is Lost.
Now this Bird Jatayu is dead. This is all my misfortune which can even destroy fire.
This mood of despondency continues with the despondency of the search party led by Angada being unable to find Sita. They were also facing the daunting task of crossing the ocean to locate Sita.
From there the seeds of success are sown with Jambavaan prodding Hanuman to take upon himself the task of crossing the ocean. Starting in this backgroundthe exploits of Hanuman in crossing the ocean create a sense of exuberance. The long sought after success in locating Sitabringing peace to her agitated mindbringing peace to Rama by informing him of the safety of Sita provide a turning point in Ramayana.
So much so that the tradition has it that Sadhana connected with Sundarakanda creates a sense of peace and success for those who undertake the Saadhana of Sundarakanda. Over the ages Sundarakanda in Ramayan acquired an importance of its ownmuch like the Bhagavad-Gita in Mahabharata, which is an epic which came after Ramayana.
The two central images of Sundarakanda which created an aurawhich made it an entity in the daily parayana, the program of prayer in many families are the roles of Hanuman and Sita.
Hanuaman is depicted as the selfless ,devotedcourageousintelligentpowerfulbut simple Rambhakta devotee of Rama. Sita is portrayed as the deeply afflicted and sorrowing wife, yet endowed with an unflinching wifely devotion for Sri Rama such as when she declares. With such strong portrayals of unbounded loyalty and devotionnumber of beliefs have sprung up in the tradition bound Indian families.
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It is said that when a man has some great issue at stake that will either mend or mar his life, he reads Sundarakanda or hears it expounded. When a man is illpast medical help people believe if one reads Sundarakanda Maruti will bring him back to life and good health. This is only to illustrate the beliefs which grew over the ages about the power of Sundarakanda in the tradition bound Indian families.
But there is certainly more to Sundarakanda if one sudarakanda to look at the inner meaning or the buried message in Sundarakanda than the beliefs teluyu about its mystic powers.
While Sundarakanda occupies such prime place in the Indian family traditionfor some not so clear reasons it has not been adequately represented in the academic curriculum of Sanskrit Students except in terms of a sundarakandda or two.
This is possibly because of the size of Sundarakanda. There are no shortened versions of Sundarakanda solely using the slokas of Valmiki which capture the story in its entirety.
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Sundarakanda contains more than three thousand slokas covering wide variety of imagerythe flight of Hanuman across the seasearch for Sita in Lanka as well as the lengthy discourses between Hanuman and SitaHanuman and Ravana.
In addition there are Hanumans own soliloquies. This is not a critical effort and is not aimed at appreciation by critics. This could be seen as the first reading for uninitiated in the mysteries of Sundarakanda with the hope after going through this, one would go to the full Sundarakanda.
Home Ramayanam Bhagavatam Trust Contacts. The first Sloka of Sundarakanda has the twelfth syllable of the twenty four syllables of the Gayatri mantra, placing Sundarakanda in a way at the virtual center or the heart of Ramayana Sundarakanda is probably the most widely read part of Ramayana and carries a widely known verse about itself saying In Sundarakanda Rama is beautifulSita is beautiful, Hunuman is beautiful.
Sita is portrayed as the deeply afflicted and sorrowing wife, yet endowed with an unflinching wifely devotion for Sri Rama such as when she declares With such strong portrayals of unbounded loyalty and devotionnumber of beliefs have sprung up in the tradition bound Indian families. Kasarabada Kamaraju Charitable Trust.