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Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 18 | Who is Bhageeratha? How did he bring Ganga to earth? What is gangavartarana ghatta in ramayana ?
10-11-2021
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 18 | Who is Bhageeratha? How did he bring Ganga to earth? What is gangavartarana ghatta in ramayana ?
Ramayan Episode 18:Ganga, Ganga Ma, Ganga mata, Ganges, Maa ganga - refer to goddess ganga. Who is Bhageeratha? How did he bring Ganga to earth? How did ganga arrive on earth? What is gangavartarana ghatta in ramayana ? Who is King Sagara? - All these topics are covered in the video which also presents Sargas 38-44 of Bala kanda in RamayanaYou can follow us on: https://twitter.com/OnlineNarada https://www.kooapp.com/profile/OnlineNarada https://www.facebook.com/OnlineNaradaFBSummary of Ramayana: This is the story of Rama, Sita, Hanuman, Lakshmana, Ravan, Lanka and Ayodhya filled with sanskrit slokas, weapons like brahmastra, etc. Once upon a time there lived a person named Sri Rama - He is the eldest son of Dasaratha who ruled Ayodhya. Dasaratha wanted to crown him the king but his wife Kaikeyi objected to this. Instead, she wanted to send Rama to exile and crown her son Bharata as the king. A weakened Dasaratha approved Kaikeyi's conditions. Rama left Ayodhya followed by his brother Lakshmana and wife Sita. Dasaratha was unable to live without Rama and passed away. Vasishta and other sages requested Bharata to become the king of Ayodhya - but Bharata declined. Bharata never had any intentions to become a king, and left Ayodhya in search of Rama. After meeting him, Bharata requested Rama to come back to Ayodhya and rule it as a king. Rama declined Bharata's request and instead offered bharata his "Padukas" as a symbol of representation. Bharata went back to Ayodhya, placed the padukas on the throne and continued ruling Ayodhya as a subject of Rama.One day, a rakshasi called Surphanaka visited their parnasala. Rama ordered Lakshmana to cut her nose and ears. A vengeful Surphanaka instigated her friends to attack Rama, Sita and Lakshmana. Rama alone defeated 14000 rakshasas in the ensuing battle. Ravana heard about the deaths of his subjects from Surphanaka. He met his friend Maricha and together they kidnapped Sita and left to Lanka. Searching for Sita, the brothers met Hanuman near Pampa river who introduced them to Sugriva. Rama and Sugriva exchanged their stories and promised friendship in the presence of Agni. Rama promised to kill Sugriva's brother Vali after hearing about him from Sugriva. Together, they all reached Kishkindha where Sugriva invited Vali for a fight. Rama killed Vali with his arrow and crowned Sugriva as the king of Kishkindha. Sugriva organized a search in all directions for Sita with all the vanaras in his kingdom. Hanuman who went south jumped across the ocean to reach Lanka. After looking in all places he finally found Sita in Asoka vana. He shared the story of Rama and Sugriva to Sita and gave her a ring from Rama as a proof of his identity. He then consoled Sita, wreaked havoc in Lanka and eventually burned it down. He flew back across the ocean and reached kishkindha to share his findings with Rama. Ready to fight, the vanara sena built a bridge across the ocean and reached Lanka. Rama defeated Ravana in a fierce battle. All the gods and sages blessed the couple and Rama coronates Vibhishana as the king of Lanka. They all board pushpaka vimana to head back home. Eventually the four brothers reunite at Nandigrama and Sri Rama is crowned as the King of Ayodhya. He ruled the land for 11000 years. Under his rule the people were always very happy, healthy and wealthy.The story of Rama is a very good tool to build character, correct our flaws and lead a dharmic life.
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 17 | Subramanya, Kartikeya, Skanda, kandasamy, Murugan, Kumaraswamy - refer to Subramanya. What is the powerful story of his birth?
06-11-2021
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 17 | Subramanya, Kartikeya, Skanda, kandasamy, Murugan, Kumaraswamy - refer to Subramanya. What is the powerful story of his birth?
Ramayan Episode 17:Subramanya, Kartikeya, Skanda, kandasamy, Murugan, Kumaraswamy - refer to Subramanya. What is the powerful story of his birth? How was subramanya born? How did Agni, Ganga, Bhoodevi and Shiva helped give birth to Subramanya? What was parvathis sapam to gods? What dd subramanya do? - All these topics are covered in the video which also presents Sargas 36-37 of Bala kanda in RamayanaYou can follow us on: https://twitter.com/OnlineNarada https://www.kooapp.com/profile/OnlineNarada https://www.facebook.com/OnlineNaradaFBSummary of Ramayana: This is the story of Rama, Sita, Hanuman, Lakshmana, Ravan, Lanka and Ayodhya filled with sanskrit slokas, weapons like brahmastra, etc. Once upon a time there lived a person named Sri Rama - He is the eldest son of Dasaratha who ruled Ayodhya. Dasaratha wanted to crown him the king but his wife Kaikeyi objected to this. Instead, she wanted to send Rama to exile and crown her son Bharata as the king. A weakened Dasaratha approved Kaikeyi's conditions. Rama left Ayodhya followed by his brother Lakshmana and wife Sita. Dasaratha was unable to live without Rama and passed away. Vasishta and other sages requested Bharata to become the king of Ayodhya - but Bharata declined. Bharata never had any intentions to become a king, and left Ayodhya in search of Rama. After meeting him, Bharata requested Rama to come back to Ayodhya and rule it as a king. Rama declined Bharata's request and instead offered bharata his "Padukas" as a symbol of representation. Bharata went back to Ayodhya, placed the padukas on the throne and continued ruling Ayodhya as a subject of Rama.One day, a rakshasi called Surphanaka visited their parnasala. Rama ordered Lakshmana to cut her nose and ears. A vengeful Surphanaka instigated her friends to attack Rama, Sita and Lakshmana. Rama alone defeated 14000 rakshasas in the ensuing battle. Ravana heard about the deaths of his subjects from Surphanaka. He met his friend Maricha and together they kidnapped Sita and left to Lanka. Searching for Sita, the brothers met Hanuman near Pampa river who introduced them to Sugriva. Rama and Sugriva exchanged their stories and promised friendship in the presence of Agni. Rama promised to kill Sugriva's brother Vali after hearing about him from Sugriva. Together, they all reached Kishkindha where Sugriva invited Vali for a fight. Rama killed Vali with his arrow and crowned Sugriva as the king of Kishkindha. Sugriva organized a search in all directions for Sita with all the vanaras in his kingdom. Hanuman who went south jumped across the ocean to reach Lanka. After looking in all places he finally found Sita in Asoka vana. He shared the story of Rama and Sugriva to Sita and gave her a ring from Rama as a proof of his identity. He then consoled Sita, wreaked havoc in Lanka and eventually burned it down. He flew back across the ocean and reached kishkindha to share his findings with Rama. Ready to fight, the vanara sena built a bridge across the ocean and reached Lanka. Rama defeated Ravana in a fierce battle. All the gods and sages blessed the couple and Rama coronates Vibhishana as the king of Lanka. They all board pushpaka vimana to head back home. Eventually the four brothers reunite at Nandigrama and Sri Rama is crowned as the King of Ayodhya. He ruled the land for 11000 years. Under his rule the people were always very happy, healthy and wealthy.The story of Rama is a very good tool to build character, correct our flaws and lead a dharmic life.
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 16 | Who is viswamitra? How was he born? Why is he known as Kousika? King Himavan and Menavati story
01-11-2021
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 16 | Who is viswamitra? How was he born? Why is he known as Kousika? King Himavan and Menavati story
Ramayan Episode 16:Vishwamitra ki kahani, Vishwamitra ki katha, Vishwamitra kaun the, who is viswamitra? How was he born? Why is he known as Kousika? King Himavan and Menavati story, Himavan and his daughters, Who is the father of Ganga river? - All these topics are covered in the video which also presents Sargas 34-35 of Bala kanda in RamayanaYou can follow us on: https://twitter.com/OnlineNarada https://www.kooapp.com/profile/OnlineNarada https://www.facebook.com/OnlineNaradaFBSummary of Ramayana: This is the story of Rama, Sita, Hanuman, Lakshmana, Ravan, Lanka and Ayodhya filled with sanskrit slokas, weapons like brahmastra, etc. Once upon a time there lived a person named Sri Rama - He is the eldest son of Dasaratha who ruled Ayodhya. Dasaratha wanted to crown him the king but his wife Kaikeyi objected to this. Instead, she wanted to send Rama to exile and crown her son Bharata as the king. A weakened Dasaratha approved Kaikeyi's conditions. Rama left Ayodhya followed by his brother Lakshmana and wife Sita. Dasaratha was unable to live without Rama and passed away. Vasishta and other sages requested Bharata to become the king of Ayodhya - but Bharata declined. Bharata never had any intentions to become a king, and left Ayodhya in search of Rama. After meeting him, Bharata requested Rama to come back to Ayodhya and rule it as a king. Rama declined Bharata's request and instead offered bharata his "Padukas" as a symbol of representation. Bharata went back to Ayodhya, placed the padukas on the throne and continued ruling Ayodhya as a subject of Rama.One day, a rakshasi called Surphanaka visited their parnasala. Rama ordered Lakshmana to cut her nose and ears. A vengeful Surphanaka instigated her friends to attack Rama, Sita and Lakshmana. Rama alone defeated 14000 rakshasas in the ensuing battle. Ravana heard about the deaths of his subjects from Surphanaka. He met his friend Maricha and together they kidnapped Sita and left to Lanka. Searching for Sita, the brothers met Hanuman near Pampa river who introduced them to Sugriva. Rama and Sugriva exchanged their stories and promised friendship in the presence of Agni. Rama promised to kill Sugriva's brother Vali after hearing about him from Sugriva. Together, they all reached Kishkindha where Sugriva invited Vali for a fight. Rama killed Vali with his arrow and crowned Sugriva as the king of Kishkindha. Sugriva organized a search in all directions for Sita with all the vanaras in his kingdom. Hanuman who went south jumped across the ocean to reach Lanka. After looking in all places he finally found Sita in Asoka vana. He shared the story of Rama and Sugriva to Sita and gave her a ring from Rama as a proof of his identity. He then consoled Sita, wreaked havoc in Lanka and eventually burned it down. He flew back across the ocean and reached kishkindha to share his findings with Rama. Ready to fight, the vanara sena built a bridge across the ocean and reached Lanka. Rama defeated Ravana in a fierce battle. All the gods and sages blessed the couple and Rama coronates Vibhishana as the king of Lanka. They all board pushpaka vimana to head back home. Eventually the four brothers reunite at Nandigrama and Sri Rama is crowned as the King of Ayodhya. He ruled the land for 11000 years. Under his rule the people were always very happy, healthy and wealthy.The story of Rama is a very good tool to build character, correct our flaws and lead a dharmic life.
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 15 | Who is Kusanabha ? What is the importance of forgiveness in this world? To forgive is divine
01-11-2021
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 15 | Who is Kusanabha ? What is the importance of forgiveness in this world? To forgive is divine
Ramayan Episode 15:Who is Kusanabha ? What is the importance of forgiveness in this world? To forgive is divine. Importance of forgiveness and power of forgiveness is explained through a Ramayan story. - All these topics are covered in the video which also presents Sargas 32-33 of Bala kanda in RamayanaYou can follow us on: https://twitter.com/OnlineNarada https://www.kooapp.com/profile/OnlineNarada https://www.facebook.com/OnlineNaradaFBSummary of Ramayana: This is the story of Rama, Sita, Hanuman, Lakshmana, Ravan, Lanka and Ayodhya filled with sanskrit slokas, weapons like brahmastra, etc. Once upon a time there lived a person named Sri Rama - He is the eldest son of Dasaratha who ruled Ayodhya. Dasaratha wanted to crown him the king but his wife Kaikeyi objected to this. Instead, she wanted to send Rama to exile and crown her son Bharata as the king. A weakened Dasaratha approved Kaikeyi's conditions. Rama left Ayodhya followed by his brother Lakshmana and wife Sita. Dasaratha was unable to live without Rama and passed away. Vasishta and other sages requested Bharata to become the king of Ayodhya - but Bharata declined. Bharata never had any intentions to become a king, and left Ayodhya in search of Rama. After meeting him, Bharata requested Rama to come back to Ayodhya and rule it as a king. Rama declined Bharata's request and instead offered bharata his "Padukas" as a symbol of representation. Bharata went back to Ayodhya, placed the padukas on the throne and continued ruling Ayodhya as a subject of Rama.One day, a rakshasi called Surphanaka visited their parnasala. Rama ordered Lakshmana to cut her nose and ears. A vengeful Surphanaka instigated her friends to attack Rama, Sita and Lakshmana. Rama alone defeated 14000 rakshasas in the ensuing battle. Ravana heard about the deaths of his subjects from Surphanaka. He met his friend Maricha and together they kidnapped Sita and left to Lanka. Searching for Sita, the brothers met Hanuman near Pampa river who introduced them to Sugriva. Rama and Sugriva exchanged their stories and promised friendship in the presence of Agni. Rama promised to kill Sugriva's brother Vali after hearing about him from Sugriva. Together, they all reached Kishkindha where Sugriva invited Vali for a fight. Rama killed Vali with his arrow and crowned Sugriva as the king of Kishkindha. Sugriva organized a search in all directions for Sita with all the vanaras in his kingdom. Hanuman who went south jumped across the ocean to reach Lanka. After looking in all places he finally found Sita in Asoka vana. He shared the story of Rama and Sugriva to Sita and gave her a ring from Rama as a proof of his identity. He then consoled Sita, wreaked havoc in Lanka and eventually burned it down. He flew back across the ocean and reached kishkindha to share his findings with Rama. Ready to fight, the vanara sena built a bridge across the ocean and reached Lanka. Rama defeated Ravana in a fierce battle. All the gods and sages blessed the couple and Rama coronates Vibhishana as the king of Lanka. They all board pushpaka vimana to head back home. Eventually the four brothers reunite at Nandigrama and Sri Rama is crowned as the King of Ayodhya. He ruled the land for 11000 years. Under his rule the people were always very happy, healthy and wealthy.The story of Rama is a very good tool to build character, correct our flaws and lead a dharmic life.
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 14 | What happened the day after Rama protected Viswamitra's yagna? Why did Viswamitra want to go to Mithila?
01-11-2021
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 14 | What happened the day after Rama protected Viswamitra's yagna? Why did Viswamitra want to go to Mithila?
Ramayan Episode 14:What happened the day after Rama protected Viswamitra's yagna? Why did Viswamitra want to go to Mithila? - All these topics are covered in the video which also presents Sarga 31 of Bala kanda in RamayanaYou can follow us on: https://twitter.com/OnlineNarada https://www.kooapp.com/profile/OnlineNarada https://www.facebook.com/OnlineNaradaFBSummary of Ramayana: This is the story of Rama, Sita, Hanuman, Lakshmana, Ravan, Lanka and Ayodhya filled with sanskrit slokas, weapons like brahmastra, etc. Once upon a time there lived a person named Sri Rama - He is the eldest son of Dasaratha who ruled Ayodhya. Dasaratha wanted to crown him the king but his wife Kaikeyi objected to this. Instead, she wanted to send Rama to exile and crown her son Bharata as the king. A weakened Dasaratha approved Kaikeyi's conditions. Rama left Ayodhya followed by his brother Lakshmana and wife Sita. Dasaratha was unable to live without Rama and passed away. Vasishta and other sages requested Bharata to become the king of Ayodhya - but Bharata declined. Bharata never had any intentions to become a king, and left Ayodhya in search of Rama. After meeting him, Bharata requested Rama to come back to Ayodhya and rule it as a king. Rama declined Bharata's request and instead offered bharata his "Padukas" as a symbol of representation. Bharata went back to Ayodhya, placed the padukas on the throne and continued ruling Ayodhya as a subject of Rama.One day, a rakshasi called Surphanaka visited their parnasala. Rama ordered Lakshmana to cut her nose and ears. A vengeful Surphanaka instigated her friends to attack Rama, Sita and Lakshmana. Rama alone defeated 14000 rakshasas in the ensuing battle. Ravana heard about the deaths of his subjects from Surphanaka. He met his friend Maricha and together they kidnapped Sita and left to Lanka. Searching for Sita, the brothers met Hanuman near Pampa river who introduced them to Sugriva. Rama and Sugriva exchanged their stories and promised friendship in the presence of Agni. Rama promised to kill Sugriva's brother Vali after hearing about him from Sugriva. Together, they all reached Kishkindha where Sugriva invited Vali for a fight. Rama killed Vali with his arrow and crowned Sugriva as the king of Kishkindha. Sugriva organized a search in all directions for Sita with all the vanaras in his kingdom. Hanuman who went south jumped across the ocean to reach Lanka. After looking in all places he finally found Sita in Asoka vana. He shared the story of Rama and Sugriva to Sita and gave her a ring from Rama as a proof of his identity. He then consoled Sita, wreaked havoc in Lanka and eventually burned it down. He flew back across the ocean and reached kishkindha to share his findings with Rama. Ready to fight, the vanara sena built a bridge across the ocean and reached Lanka. Rama defeated Ravana in a fierce battle. All the gods and sages blessed the couple and Rama coronates Vibhishana as the king of Lanka. They all board pushpaka vimana to head back home. Eventually the four brothers reunite at Nandigrama and Sri Rama is crowned as the King of Ayodhya. He ruled the land for 11000 years. Under his rule the people were always very happy, healthy and wealthy.The story of Rama is a very good tool to build character, correct our flaws and lead a dharmic life.
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 13 | How did Rama protect Viswamitra yagna? Who is Vamana and why was he born?
01-11-2021
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 13 | How did Rama protect Viswamitra yagna? Who is Vamana and why was he born?
Ramayan Episode 13:Why does vishwamitra ask rama to accompany him? why did vishwamitra ask for rama to dasaratha? How did Rama protect Viswamitra yagna? (Vamana avatar) Who is Vamana and why was he born? rama lakshmana viswamitra - All these topics are covered in the video which also presents Sargas 29-30 of Bala kanda in RamayanaYou can follow us on: https://twitter.com/OnlineNarada https://www.kooapp.com/profile/OnlineNarada https://www.facebook.com/OnlineNaradaFBSummary of Ramayana: This is the story of Rama, Sita, Hanuman, Lakshmana, Ravan, Lanka and Ayodhya filled with sanskrit slokas, weapons like brahmastra, etc. Once upon a time there lived a person named Sri Rama - He is the eldest son of Dasaratha who ruled Ayodhya. Dasaratha wanted to crown him the king but his wife Kaikeyi objected to this. Instead, she wanted to send Rama to exile and crown her son Bharata as the king. A weakened Dasaratha approved Kaikeyi's conditions. Rama left Ayodhya followed by his brother Lakshmana and wife Sita. Dasaratha was unable to live without Rama and passed away. Vasishta and other sages requested Bharata to become the king of Ayodhya - but Bharata declined. Bharata never had any intentions to become a king, and left Ayodhya in search of Rama. After meeting him, Bharata requested Rama to come back to Ayodhya and rule it as a king. Rama declined Bharata's request and instead offered bharata his "Padukas" as a symbol of representation. Bharata went back to Ayodhya, placed the padukas on the throne and continued ruling Ayodhya as a subject of Rama.One day, a rakshasi called Surphanaka visited their parnasala. Rama ordered Lakshmana to cut her nose and ears. A vengeful Surphanaka instigated her friends to attack Rama, Sita and Lakshmana. Rama alone defeated 14000 rakshasas in the ensuing battle. Ravana heard about the deaths of his subjects from Surphanaka. He met his friend Maricha and together they kidnapped Sita and left to Lanka. Searching for Sita, the brothers met Hanuman near Pampa river who introduced them to Sugriva. Rama and Sugriva exchanged their stories and promised friendship in the presence of Agni. Rama promised to kill Sugriva's brother Vali after hearing about him from Sugriva. Together, they all reached Kishkindha where Sugriva invited Vali for a fight. Rama killed Vali with his arrow and crowned Sugriva as the king of Kishkindha. Sugriva organized a search in all directions for Sita with all the vanaras in his kingdom. Hanuman who went south jumped across the ocean to reach Lanka. After looking in all places he finally found Sita in Asoka vana. He shared the story of Rama and Sugriva to Sita and gave her a ring from Rama as a proof of his identity. He then consoled Sita, wreaked havoc in Lanka and eventually burned it down. He flew back across the ocean and reached kishkindha to share his findings with Rama. Ready to fight, the vanara sena built a bridge across the ocean and reached Lanka. Rama defeated Ravana in a fierce battle. All the gods and sages blessed the couple and Rama coronates Vibhishana as the king of Lanka. They all board pushpaka vimana to head back home. Eventually the four brothers reunite at Nandigrama and Sri Rama is crowned as the King of Ayodhya. He ruled the land for 11000 years. Under his rule the people were always very happy, healthy and wealthy.The story of Rama is a very good tool to build character, correct our flaws and lead a dharmic life.
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 12 | What is an astra? How do astras look like? what do astras do? What special astras did Rama receive from Vishwamitra?
01-11-2021
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 12 | What is an astra? How do astras look like? what do astras do? What special astras did Rama receive from Vishwamitra?
Ramayan Episode 12:Who gave brahmastra to rama? What is an astra? How do astras look like? what do astras do? What special astras did Rama receive from Vishwamitra? - All these topics are covered in the video which also presents Sargas 27-28 of Bala kanda in RamayanaYou can follow us on: https://twitter.com/OnlineNarada https://www.kooapp.com/profile/OnlineNarada https://www.facebook.com/OnlineNaradaFBSummary of Ramayana: This is the story of Rama, Sita, Hanuman, Lakshmana, Ravan, Lanka and Ayodhya filled with sanskrit slokas, weapons like brahmastra, etc. Once upon a time there lived a person named Sri Rama - He is the eldest son of Dasaratha who ruled Ayodhya. Dasaratha wanted to crown him the king but his wife Kaikeyi objected to this. Instead, she wanted to send Rama to exile and crown her son Bharata as the king. A weakened Dasaratha approved Kaikeyi's conditions. Rama left Ayodhya followed by his brother Lakshmana and wife Sita. Dasaratha was unable to live without Rama and passed away. Vasishta and other sages requested Bharata to become the king of Ayodhya - but Bharata declined. Bharata never had any intentions to become a king, and left Ayodhya in search of Rama. After meeting him, Bharata requested Rama to come back to Ayodhya and rule it as a king. Rama declined Bharata's request and instead offered bharata his "Padukas" as a symbol of representation. Bharata went back to Ayodhya, placed the padukas on the throne and continued ruling Ayodhya as a subject of Rama.One day, a rakshasi called Surphanaka visited their parnasala. Rama ordered Lakshmana to cut her nose and ears. A vengeful Surphanaka instigated her friends to attack Rama, Sita and Lakshmana. Rama alone defeated 14000 rakshasas in the ensuing battle. Ravana heard about the deaths of his subjects from Surphanaka. He met his friend Maricha and together they kidnapped Sita and left to Lanka. Searching for Sita, the brothers met Hanuman near Pampa river who introduced them to Sugriva. Rama and Sugriva exchanged their stories and promised friendship in the presence of Agni. Rama promised to kill Sugriva's brother Vali after hearing about him from Sugriva. Together, they all reached Kishkindha where Sugriva invited Vali for a fight. Rama killed Vali with his arrow and crowned Sugriva as the king of Kishkindha. Sugriva organized a search in all directions for Sita with all the vanaras in his kingdom. Hanuman who went south jumped across the ocean to reach Lanka. After looking in all places he finally found Sita in Asoka vana. He shared the story of Rama and Sugriva to Sita and gave her a ring from Rama as a proof of his identity. He then consoled Sita, wreaked havoc in Lanka and eventually burned it down. He flew back across the ocean and reached kishkindha to share his findings with Rama. Ready to fight, the vanara sena built a bridge across the ocean and reached Lanka. Rama defeated Ravana in a fierce battle. All the gods and sages blessed the couple and Rama coronates Vibhishana as the king of Lanka. They all board pushpaka vimana to head back home. Eventually the four brothers reunite at Nandigrama and Sri Rama is crowned as the King of Ayodhya. He ruled the land for 11000 years. Under his rule the people were always very happy, healthy and wealthy.The story of Rama is a very good tool to build character, correct our flaws and lead a dharmic life.
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 11 | Story of Tataka in Ramayana. Who killed tataka in Ramayana? How Rama killed Tataka in Ramayana?
01-11-2021
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 11 | Story of Tataka in Ramayana. Who killed tataka in Ramayana? How Rama killed Tataka in Ramayana?
Ramayan Episode 11:Story of Tataka in Ramayana. Who killed tataka in Ramayana? How Rama killed Tataka in Ramayana? - This topic are covered in the video which also presents Sargas 24-26 of Bala kanda in RamayanaYou can follow us on: https://twitter.com/OnlineNarada https://www.kooapp.com/profile/OnlineNarada https://www.facebook.com/OnlineNaradaFBSummary of Ramayana: This is the story of Rama, Sita, Hanuman, Lakshmana, Ravan, Lanka and Ayodhya filled with sanskrit slokas, weapons like brahmastra, etc. Once upon a time there lived a person named Sri Rama - He is the eldest son of Dasaratha who ruled Ayodhya. Dasaratha wanted to crown him the king but his wife Kaikeyi objected to this. Instead, she wanted to send Rama to exile and crown her son Bharata as the king. A weakened Dasaratha approved Kaikeyi's conditions. Rama left Ayodhya followed by his brother Lakshmana and wife Sita. Dasaratha was unable to live without Rama and passed away. Vasishta and other sages requested Bharata to become the king of Ayodhya - but Bharata declined. Bharata never had any intentions to become a king, and left Ayodhya in search of Rama. After meeting him, Bharata requested Rama to come back to Ayodhya and rule it as a king. Rama declined Bharata's request and instead offered bharata his "Padukas" as a symbol of representation. Bharata went back to Ayodhya, placed the padukas on the throne and continued ruling Ayodhya as a subject of Rama.One day, a rakshasi called Surphanaka visited their parnasala. Rama ordered Lakshmana to cut her nose and ears. A vengeful Surphanaka instigated her friends to attack Rama, Sita and Lakshmana. Rama alone defeated 14000 rakshasas in the ensuing battle. Ravana heard about the deaths of his subjects from Surphanaka. He met his friend Maricha and together they kidnapped Sita and left to Lanka. Searching for Sita, the brothers met Hanuman near Pampa river who introduced them to Sugriva. Rama and Sugriva exchanged their stories and promised friendship in the presence of Agni. Rama promised to kill Sugriva's brother Vali after hearing about him from Sugriva. Together, they all reached Kishkindha where Sugriva invited Vali for a fight. Rama killed Vali with his arrow and crowned Sugriva as the king of Kishkindha. Sugriva organized a search in all directions for Sita with all the vanaras in his kingdom. Hanuman who went south jumped across the ocean to reach Lanka. After looking in all places he finally found Sita in Asoka vana. He shared the story of Rama and Sugriva to Sita and gave her a ring from Rama as a proof of his identity. He then consoled Sita, wreaked havoc in Lanka and eventually burned it down. He flew back across the ocean and reached kishkindha to share his findings with Rama. Ready to fight, the vanara sena built a bridge across the ocean and reached Lanka. Rama defeated Ravana in a fierce battle. All the gods and sages blessed the couple and Rama coronates Vibhishana as the king of Lanka. They all board pushpaka vimana to head back home. Eventually the four brothers reunite at Nandigrama and Sri Rama is crowned as the King of Ayodhya. He ruled the land for 11000 years. Under his rule the people were always very happy, healthy and wealthy.The story of Rama is a very good tool to build character, correct our flaws and lead a dharmic life.
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 10 | Why does Vishwamitra ask Rama to accompany him? What are Bala and Ati Bala vidyas? What happened on the first day of Rama's journey with Viswamitra?
01-11-2021
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 10 | Why does Vishwamitra ask Rama to accompany him? What are Bala and Ati Bala vidyas? What happened on the first day of Rama's journey with Viswamitra?
Ramayan Episode 10:Why does Vishwamitra ask Rama to accompany him? What are Bala and Ati Bala vidyas? What happened on the first day of Rama's journey with Viswamitra? - All these topics are covered in the video which also presents Sargas 22-23 of Bala kanda in RamayanaYou can follow us on: https://twitter.com/OnlineNarada https://www.kooapp.com/profile/OnlineNarada https://www.facebook.com/OnlineNaradaFBSummary of Ramayana: This is the story of Rama, Sita, Hanuman, Lakshmana, Ravan, Lanka and Ayodhya filled with sanskrit slokas, weapons like brahmastra, etc. Once upon a time there lived a person named Sri Rama - He is the eldest son of Dasaratha who ruled Ayodhya. Dasaratha wanted to crown him the king but his wife Kaikeyi objected to this. Instead, she wanted to send Rama to exile and crown her son Bharata as the king. A weakened Dasaratha approved Kaikeyi's conditions. Rama left Ayodhya followed by his brother Lakshmana and wife Sita. Dasaratha was unable to live without Rama and passed away. Vasishta and other sages requested Bharata to become the king of Ayodhya - but Bharata declined. Bharata never had any intentions to become a king, and left Ayodhya in search of Rama. After meeting him, Bharata requested Rama to come back to Ayodhya and rule it as a king. Rama declined Bharata's request and instead offered bharata his "Padukas" as a symbol of representation. Bharata went back to Ayodhya, placed the padukas on the throne and continued ruling Ayodhya as a subject of Rama.One day, a rakshasi called Surphanaka visited their parnasala. Rama ordered Lakshmana to cut her nose and ears. A vengeful Surphanaka instigated her friends to attack Rama, Sita and Lakshmana. Rama alone defeated 14000 rakshasas in the ensuing battle. Ravana heard about the deaths of his subjects from Surphanaka. He met his friend Maricha and together they kidnapped Sita and left to Lanka. Searching for Sita, the brothers met Hanuman near Pampa river who introduced them to Sugriva. Rama and Sugriva exchanged their stories and promised friendship in the presence of Agni. Rama promised to kill Sugriva's brother Vali after hearing about him from Sugriva. Together, they all reached Kishkindha where Sugriva invited Vali for a fight. Rama killed Vali with his arrow and crowned Sugriva as the king of Kishkindha. Sugriva organized a search in all directions for Sita with all the vanaras in his kingdom. Hanuman who went south jumped across the ocean to reach Lanka. After looking in all places he finally found Sita in Asoka vana. He shared the story of Rama and Sugriva to Sita and gave her a ring from Rama as a proof of his identity. He then consoled Sita, wreaked havoc in Lanka and eventually burned it down. He flew back across the ocean and reached kishkindha to share his findings with Rama. Ready to fight, the vanara sena built a bridge across the ocean and reached Lanka. Rama defeated Ravana in a fierce battle. All the gods and sages blessed the couple and Rama coronates Vibhishana as the king of Lanka. They all board pushpaka vimana to head back home. Eventually the four brothers reunite at Nandigrama and Sri Rama is crowned as the King of Ayodhya. He ruled the land for 11000 years. Under his rule the people were always very happy, healthy and wealthy.The story of Rama is a very good tool to build character, correct our flaws and lead a dharmic life.
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 9 | Sri Ram Navami in Ramayana, birth of Rama and childhood
30-10-2021
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 9 | Sri Ram Navami in Ramayana, birth of Rama and childhood
Ramayan Episode 9:Sri Ram Navami in Ramayana, birth of Rama and childhood, Viswamitra Dasaratha Vasishta conversation - All these topics are covered in the video which also presents Sargas 18-21 of Bala kanda in RamayanaYou can follow us on: https://twitter.com/OnlineNarada https://www.kooapp.com/profile/OnlineNarada https://www.facebook.com/OnlineNaradaFBSummary of Ramayana: This is the story of Rama, Sita, Hanuman, Lakshmana, Ravan, Lanka and Ayodhya filled with sanskrit slokas, weapons like brahmastra, etc. Once upon a time there lived a person named Sri Rama - He is the eldest son of Dasaratha who ruled Ayodhya. Dasaratha wanted to crown him the king but his wife Kaikeyi objected to this. Instead, she wanted to send Rama to exile and crown her son Bharata as the king. A weakened Dasaratha approved Kaikeyi's conditions. Rama left Ayodhya followed by his brother Lakshmana and wife Sita. Dasaratha was unable to live without Rama and passed away. Vasishta and other sages requested Bharata to become the king of Ayodhya - but Bharata declined. Bharata never had any intentions to become a king, and left Ayodhya in search of Rama. After meeting him, Bharata requested Rama to come back to Ayodhya and rule it as a king. Rama declined Bharata's request and instead offered bharata his "Padukas" as a symbol of representation. Bharata went back to Ayodhya, placed the padukas on the throne and continued ruling Ayodhya as a subject of Rama.One day, a rakshasi called Surphanaka visited their parnasala. Rama ordered Lakshmana to cut her nose and ears. A vengeful Surphanaka instigated her friends to attack Rama, Sita and Lakshmana. Rama alone defeated 14000 rakshasas in the ensuing battle. Ravana heard about the deaths of his subjects from Surphanaka. He met his friend Maricha and together they kidnapped Sita and left to Lanka. Searching for Sita, the brothers met Hanuman near Pampa river who introduced them to Sugriva. Rama and Sugriva exchanged their stories and promised friendship in the presence of Agni. Rama promised to kill Sugriva's brother Vali after hearing about him from Sugriva. Together, they all reached Kishkindha where Sugriva invited Vali for a fight. Rama killed Vali with his arrow and crowned Sugriva as the king of Kishkindha. Sugriva organized a search in all directions for Sita with all the vanaras in his kingdom. Hanuman who went south jumped across the ocean to reach Lanka. After looking in all places he finally found Sita in Asoka vana. He shared the story of Rama and Sugriva to Sita and gave her a ring from Rama as a proof of his identity. He then consoled Sita, wreaked havoc in Lanka and eventually burned it down. He flew back across the ocean and reached kishkindha to share his findings with Rama. Ready to fight, the vanara sena built a bridge across the ocean and reached Lanka. Rama defeated Ravana in a fierce battle. All the gods and sages blessed the couple and Rama coronates Vibhishana as the king of Lanka. They all board pushpaka vimana to head back home. Eventually the four brothers reunite at Nandigrama and Sri Rama is crowned as the King of Ayodhya. He ruled the land for 11000 years. Under his rule the people were always very happy, healthy and wealthy.The story of Rama is a very good tool to build character, correct our flaws and lead a dharmic life.
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 8 | What happened during Dasaratha's putrakameshti? What did the gods complain to Brahma?
30-10-2021
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 8 | What happened during Dasaratha's putrakameshti? What did the gods complain to Brahma?
Ramayan Episode 8:What did the gods complain to Brahma? Who can kill Ravana? What happened during Dasaratha's putrakameshti? - All these questions are answered in the video which also presents Sargas 15-17 of Bala kanda in RamayanaYou can follow us on: https://twitter.com/OnlineNarada https://www.kooapp.com/profile/OnlineNarada https://www.facebook.com/OnlineNaradaFBSummary of Ramayana: This is the story of Rama, Sita, Hanuman, Lakshmana, Ravan, Lanka and Ayodhya filled with sanskrit slokas, weapons like brahmastra, etc. Once upon a time there lived a person named Sri Rama - He is the eldest son of Dasaratha who ruled Ayodhya. Dasaratha wanted to crown him the king but his wife Kaikeyi objected to this. Instead, she wanted to send Rama to exile and crown her son Bharata as the king. A weakened Dasaratha approved Kaikeyi's conditions. Rama left Ayodhya followed by his brother Lakshmana and wife Sita. Dasaratha was unable to live without Rama and passed away. Vasishta and other sages requested Bharata to become the king of Ayodhya - but Bharata declined. Bharata never had any intentions to become a king, and left Ayodhya in search of Rama. After meeting him, Bharata requested Rama to come back to Ayodhya and rule it as a king. Rama declined Bharata's request and instead offered bharata his "Padukas" as a symbol of representation. Bharata went back to Ayodhya, placed the padukas on the throne and continued ruling Ayodhya as a subject of Rama.One day, a rakshasi called Surphanaka visited their parnasala. Rama ordered Lakshmana to cut her nose and ears. A vengeful Surphanaka instigated her friends to attack Rama, Sita and Lakshmana. Rama alone defeated 14000 rakshasas in the ensuing battle. Ravana heard about the deaths of his subjects from Surphanaka. He met his friend Maricha and together they kidnapped Sita and left to Lanka. Searching for Sita, the brothers met Hanuman near Pampa river who introduced them to Sugriva. Rama and Sugriva exchanged their stories and promised friendship in the presence of Agni. Rama promised to kill Sugriva's brother Vali after hearing about him from Sugriva. Together, they all reached Kishkindha where Sugriva invited Vali for a fight. Rama killed Vali with his arrow and crowned Sugriva as the king of Kishkindha. Sugriva organized a search in all directions for Sita with all the vanaras in his kingdom. Hanuman who went south jumped across the ocean to reach Lanka. After looking in all places he finally found Sita in Asoka vana. He shared the story of Rama and Sugriva to Sita and gave her a ring from Rama as a proof of his identity. He then consoled Sita, wreaked havoc in Lanka and eventually burned it down. He flew back across the ocean and reached kishkindha to share his findings with Rama. Ready to fight, the vanara sena built a bridge across the ocean and reached Lanka. Rama defeated Ravana in a fierce battle. All the gods and sages blessed the couple and Rama coronates Vibhishana as the king of Lanka. They all board pushpaka vimana to head back home. Eventually the four brothers reunite at Nandigrama and Sri Rama is crowned as the King of Ayodhya. He ruled the land for 11000 years. Under his rule the people were always very happy, healthy and wealthy.The story of Rama is a very good tool to build character, correct our flaws and lead a dharmic life.
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 7 | What is Aswamedha yaga? What are the basics of yagna?
29-10-2021
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 7 | What is Aswamedha yaga? What are the basics of yagna?
Ramayan Episode 7:What is Aswamedha yaga? What are the basics of yagna? What is Soma rasa? How did Dasaratha perform Aswamedha yaga ? - All these questions are answered in the video which also presents Sargas 13 & 14 of Bala kanda in RamayanaYou can follow us on: https://twitter.com/OnlineNarada https://www.kooapp.com/profile/OnlineNarada https://www.facebook.com/OnlineNaradaFBSummary of Ramayana: This is the story of Rama, Sita, Hanuman, Lakshmana, Ravan, Lanka and Ayodhya filled with sanskrit slokas, weapons like brahmastra, etc. Once upon a time there lived a person named Sri Rama - He is the eldest son of Dasaratha who ruled Ayodhya. Dasaratha wanted to crown him the king but his wife Kaikeyi objected to this. Instead, she wanted to send Rama to exile and crown her son Bharata as the king. A weakened Dasaratha approved Kaikeyi's conditions. Rama left Ayodhya followed by his brother Lakshmana and wife Sita. Dasaratha was unable to live without Rama and passed away. Vasishta and other sages requested Bharata to become the king of Ayodhya - but Bharata declined. Bharata never had any intentions to become a king, and left Ayodhya in search of Rama. After meeting him, Bharata requested Rama to come back to Ayodhya and rule it as a king. Rama declined Bharata's request and instead offered bharata his "Padukas" as a symbol of representation. Bharata went back to Ayodhya, placed the padukas on the throne and continued ruling Ayodhya as a subject of Rama.One day, a rakshasi called Surphanaka visited their parnasala. Rama ordered Lakshmana to cut her nose and ears. A vengeful Surphanaka instigated her friends to attack Rama, Sita and Lakshmana. Rama alone defeated 14000 rakshasas in the ensuing battle. Ravana heard about the deaths of his subjects from Surphanaka. He met his friend Maricha and together they kidnapped Sita and left to Lanka. Searching for Sita, the brothers met Hanuman near Pampa river who introduced them to Sugriva. Rama and Sugriva exchanged their stories and promised friendship in the presence of Agni. Rama promised to kill Sugriva's brother Vali after hearing about him from Sugriva. Together, they all reached Kishkindha where Sugriva invited Vali for a fight. Rama killed Vali with his arrow and crowned Sugriva as the king of Kishkindha. Sugriva organized a search in all directions for Sita with all the vanaras in his kingdom. Hanuman who went south jumped across the ocean to reach Lanka. After looking in all places he finally found Sita in Asoka vana. He shared the story of Rama and Sugriva to Sita and gave her a ring from Rama as a proof of his identity. He then consoled Sita, wreaked havoc in Lanka and eventually burned it down. He flew back across the ocean and reached kishkindha to share his findings with Rama. Ready to fight, the vanara sena built a bridge across the ocean and reached Lanka. Rama defeated Ravana in a fierce battle. All the gods and sages blessed the couple and Rama coronates Vibhishana as the king of Lanka. They all board pushpaka vimana to head back home. Eventually the four brothers reunite at Nandigrama and Sri Rama is crowned as the King of Ayodhya. He ruled the land for 11000 years. Under his rule the people were always very happy, healthy and wealthy.The story of Rama is a very good tool to build character, correct our flaws and lead a dharmic life.
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 6 | Why did Dasaratha perform Aswamedha yaga? Who is Rishyasringa?
28-10-2021
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 6 | Why did Dasaratha perform Aswamedha yaga? Who is Rishyasringa?
Ramayan Episode 6:Why did Dasaratha perform Aswamedha yaga? Who is Rishyasringa? How did Rishyasringa help Dasaratha? - All these questions are answered in the video which also presents Sargas 8-12 of Bala kanda in RamayanaYou can follow us on: https://twitter.com/OnlineNarada https://www.kooapp.com/profile/OnlineNarada https://www.facebook.com/OnlineNaradaFBSummary of Ramayana: This is the story of Rama, Sita, Hanuman, Lakshmana, Ravan, Lanka and Ayodhya filled with sanskrit slokas, weapons like brahmastra, etc. Once upon a time there lived a person named Sri Rama - He is the eldest son of Dasaratha who ruled Ayodhya. Dasaratha wanted to crown him the king but his wife Kaikeyi objected to this. Instead, she wanted to send Rama to exile and crown her son Bharata as the king. A weakened Dasaratha approved Kaikeyi's conditions. Rama left Ayodhya followed by his brother Lakshmana and wife Sita. Dasaratha was unable to live without Rama and passed away. Vasishta and other sages requested Bharata to become the king of Ayodhya - but Bharata declined. Bharata never had any intentions to become a king, and left Ayodhya in search of Rama. After meeting him, Bharata requested Rama to come back to Ayodhya and rule it as a king. Rama declined Bharata's request and instead offered bharata his "Padukas" as a symbol of representation. Bharata went back to Ayodhya, placed the padukas on the throne and continued ruling Ayodhya as a subject of Rama.One day, a rakshasi called Surphanaka visited their parnasala. Rama ordered Lakshmana to cut her nose and ears. A vengeful Surphanaka instigated her friends to attack Rama, Sita and Lakshmana. Rama alone defeated 14000 rakshasas in the ensuing battle. Ravana heard about the deaths of his subjects from Surphanaka. He met his friend Maricha and together they kidnapped Sita and left to Lanka. Searching for Sita, the brothers met Hanuman near Pampa river who introduced them to Sugriva. Rama and Sugriva exchanged their stories and promised friendship in the presence of Agni. Rama promised to kill Sugriva's brother Vali after hearing about him from Sugriva. Together, they all reached Kishkindha where Sugriva invited Vali for a fight. Rama killed Vali with his arrow and crowned Sugriva as the king of Kishkindha. Sugriva organized a search in all directions for Sita with all the vanaras in his kingdom. Hanuman who went south jumped across the ocean to reach Lanka. After looking in all places he finally found Sita in Asoka vana. He shared the story of Rama and Sugriva to Sita and gave her a ring from Rama as a proof of his identity. He then consoled Sita, wreaked havoc in Lanka and eventually burned it down. He flew back across the ocean and reached kishkindha to share his findings with Rama. Ready to fight, the vanara sena built a bridge across the ocean and reached Lanka. Rama defeated Ravana in a fierce battle. All the gods and sages blessed the couple and Rama coronates Vibhishana as the king of Lanka. They all board pushpaka vimana to head back home. Eventually the four brothers reunite at Nandigrama and Sri Rama is crowned as the King of Ayodhya. He ruled the land for 11000 years. Under his rule the people were always very happy, healthy and wealthy.The story of Rama is a very good tool to build character, correct our flaws and lead a dharmic life.
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 5 | How big was Ayodhya kingdom? Ayodhya during Ramayana and how Dasaratha ruled it?
25-10-2021
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 5 | How big was Ayodhya kingdom? Ayodhya during Ramayana and how Dasaratha ruled it?
Ramayan Episode 5:How big was Ayodhya kingdom? Ayodhya during Ramayana and how Dasaratha ruled it? - All these questions are answered in the video which also presents Sargas 5-7 of Bala kanda in RamayanaYou can follow us on: https://twitter.com/OnlineNarada https://www.kooapp.com/profile/OnlineNarada https://www.facebook.com/OnlineNaradaFBSummary of Ramayana: This is the story of Rama, Sita, Hanuman, Lakshmana, Ravan, Lanka and Ayodhya filled with sanskrit slokas, weapons like brahmastra, etc. Once upon a time there lived a person named Sri Rama - He is the eldest son of Dasaratha who ruled Ayodhya. Dasaratha wanted to crown him the king but his wife Kaikeyi objected to this. Instead, she wanted to send Rama to exile and crown her son Bharata as the king. A weakened Dasaratha approved Kaikeyi's conditions. Rama left Ayodhya followed by his brother Lakshmana and wife Sita. Dasaratha was unable to live without Rama and passed away. Vasishta and other sages requested Bharata to become the king of Ayodhya - but Bharata declined. Bharata never had any intentions to become a king, and left Ayodhya in search of Rama. After meeting him, Bharata requested Rama to come back to Ayodhya and rule it as a king. Rama declined Bharata's request and instead offered bharata his "Padukas" as a symbol of representation. Bharata went back to Ayodhya, placed the padukas on the throne and continued ruling Ayodhya as a subject of Rama.One day, a rakshasi called Surphanaka visited their parnasala. Rama ordered Lakshmana to cut her nose and ears. A vengeful Surphanaka instigated her friends to attack Rama, Sita and Lakshmana. Rama alone defeated 14000 rakshasas in the ensuing battle. Ravana heard about the deaths of his subjects from Surphanaka. He met his friend Maricha and together they kidnapped Sita and left to Lanka. Searching for Sita, the brothers met Hanuman near Pampa river who introduced them to Sugriva. Rama and Sugriva exchanged their stories and promised friendship in the presence of Agni. Rama promised to kill Sugriva's brother Vali after hearing about him from Sugriva. Together, they all reached Kishkindha where Sugriva invited Vali for a fight. Rama killed Vali with his arrow and crowned Sugriva as the king of Kishkindha. Sugriva organized a search in all directions for Sita with all the vanaras in his kingdom. Hanuman who went south jumped across the ocean to reach Lanka. After looking in all places he finally found Sita in Asoka vana. He shared the story of Rama and Sugriva to Sita and gave her a ring from Rama as a proof of his identity. He then consoled Sita, wreaked havoc in Lanka and eventually burned it down. He flew back across the ocean and reached kishkindha to share his findings with Rama. Ready to fight, the vanara sena built a bridge across the ocean and reached Lanka. Rama defeated Ravana in a fierce battle. All the gods and sages blessed the couple and Rama coronates Vibhishana as the king of Lanka. They all board pushpaka vimana to head back home. Eventually the four brothers reunite at Nandigrama and Sri Rama is crowned as the King of Ayodhya. He ruled the land for 11000 years. Under his rule the people were always very happy, healthy and wealthy.The story of Rama is a very good tool to build character, correct our flaws and lead a dharmic life.
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 4 | How many slokas are in ramayana? How did Valmiki write Ramayana?
25-10-2021
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 4 | How many slokas are in ramayana? How did Valmiki write Ramayana?
Ramayan Episode 4:How many slokas are in ramayana? How did Valmiki write Ramayana? What are the other names for Ramayana? These questions are answered in this video which also presents Ramayana Bala kanda Sarga 3 & 4You can follow us on: https://twitter.com/OnlineNarada https://www.kooapp.com/profile/OnlineNarada https://www.facebook.com/OnlineNaradaFBSummary of Ramayana: This is the story of Rama, Sita, Hanuman, Lakshmana, Ravan, Lanka and Ayodhya filled with sanskrit slokas, weapons like brahmastra, etc. Once upon a time there lived a person named Sri Rama - He is the eldest son of Dasaratha who ruled Ayodhya. Dasaratha wanted to crown him the king but his wife Kaikeyi objected to this. Instead, she wanted to send Rama to exile and crown her son Bharata as the king. A weakened Dasaratha approved Kaikeyi's conditions. Rama left Ayodhya followed by his brother Lakshmana and wife Sita. Dasaratha was unable to live without Rama and passed away. Vasishta and other sages requested Bharata to become the king of Ayodhya - but Bharata declined. Bharata never had any intentions to become a king, and left Ayodhya in search of Rama. After meeting him, Bharata requested Rama to come back to Ayodhya and rule it as a king. Rama declined Bharata's request and instead offered bharata his "Padukas" as a symbol of representation. Bharata went back to Ayodhya, placed the padukas on the throne and continued ruling Ayodhya as a subject of Rama.One day, a rakshasi called Surphanaka visited their parnasala. Rama ordered Lakshmana to cut her nose and ears. A vengeful Surphanaka instigated her friends to attack Rama, Sita and Lakshmana. Rama alone defeated 14000 rakshasas in the ensuing battle. Ravana heard about the deaths of his subjects from Surphanaka. He met his friend Maricha and together they kidnapped Sita and left to Lanka. Searching for Sita, the brothers met Hanuman near Pampa river who introduced them to Sugriva. Rama and Sugriva exchanged their stories and promised friendship in the presence of Agni. Rama promised to kill Sugriva's brother Vali after hearing about him from Sugriva. Together, they all reached Kishkindha where Sugriva invited Vali for a fight. Rama killed Vali with his arrow and crowned Sugriva as the king of Kishkindha. Sugriva organized a search in all directions for Sita with all the vanaras in his kingdom. Hanuman who went south jumped across the ocean to reach Lanka. After looking in all places he finally found Sita in Asoka vana. He shared the story of Rama and Sugriva to Sita and gave her a ring from Rama as a proof of his identity. He then consoled Sita, wreaked havoc in Lanka and eventually burned it down. He flew back across the ocean and reached kishkindha to share his findings with Rama. Ready to fight, the vanara sena built a bridge across the ocean and reached Lanka. Rama defeated Ravana in a fierce battle. All the gods and sages blessed the couple and Rama coronates Vibhishana as the king of Lanka. They all board pushpaka vimana to head back home. Eventually the four brothers reunite at Nandigrama and Sri Rama is crowned as the King of Ayodhya. He ruled the land for 11000 years. Under his rule the people were always very happy, healthy and wealthy.The story of Rama is a very good tool to build character, correct our flaws and lead a dharmic life.
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 3 | Why is Ramayana unique? What is the Origin of Ramayana?
25-10-2021
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 3 | Why is Ramayana unique? What is the Origin of Ramayana?
Ramayan Episode 3:Why is Ramayana unique? What is the Origin of Ramayana? Why is Ramayan Adi Kavya ? - These questions are answered in this video which also covers Ramayana Bala kanda Sarga 2You can follow us on: https://twitter.com/OnlineNarada https://www.kooapp.com/profile/OnlineNarada https://www.facebook.com/OnlineNaradaFBSummary of Ramayana: This is the story of Rama, Sita, Hanuman, Lakshmana, Ravan, Lanka and Ayodhya filled with sanskrit slokas, weapons like brahmastra, etc. Once upon a time there lived a person named Sri Rama - He is the eldest son of Dasaratha who ruled Ayodhya. Dasaratha wanted to crown him the king but his wife Kaikeyi objected to this. Instead, she wanted to send Rama to exile and crown her son Bharata as the king. A weakened Dasaratha approved Kaikeyi's conditions. Rama left Ayodhya followed by his brother Lakshmana and wife Sita. Dasaratha was unable to live without Rama and passed away. Vasishta and other sages requested Bharata to become the king of Ayodhya - but Bharata declined. Bharata never had any intentions to become a king, and left Ayodhya in search of Rama. After meeting him, Bharata requested Rama to come back to Ayodhya and rule it as a king. Rama declined Bharata's request and instead offered bharata his "Padukas" as a symbol of representation. Bharata went back to Ayodhya, placed the padukas on the throne and continued ruling Ayodhya as a subject of Rama.One day, a rakshasi called Surphanaka visited their parnasala. Rama ordered Lakshmana to cut her nose and ears. A vengeful Surphanaka instigated her friends to attack Rama, Sita and Lakshmana. Rama alone defeated 14000 rakshasas in the ensuing battle. Ravana heard about the deaths of his subjects from Surphanaka. He met his friend Maricha and together they kidnapped Sita and left to Lanka. Searching for Sita, the brothers met Hanuman near Pampa river who introduced them to Sugriva. Rama and Sugriva exchanged their stories and promised friendship in the presence of Agni. Rama promised to kill Sugriva's brother Vali after hearing about him from Sugriva. Together, they all reached Kishkindha where Sugriva invited Vali for a fight. Rama killed Vali with his arrow and crowned Sugriva as the king of Kishkindha. Sugriva organized a search in all directions for Sita with all the vanaras in his kingdom. Hanuman who went south jumped across the ocean to reach Lanka. After looking in all places he finally found Sita in Asoka vana. He shared the story of Rama and Sugriva to Sita and gave her a ring from Rama as a proof of his identity. He then consoled Sita, wreaked havoc in Lanka and eventually burned it down. He flew back across the ocean and reached kishkindha to share his findings with Rama. Ready to fight, the vanara sena built a bridge across the ocean and reached Lanka. Rama defeated Ravana in a fierce battle. All the gods and sages blessed the couple and Rama coronates Vibhishana as the king of Lanka. They all board pushpaka vimana to head back home. Eventually the four brothers reunite at Nandigrama and Sri Rama is crowned as the King of Ayodhya. He ruled the land for 11000 years. Under his rule the people were always very happy, healthy and wealthy.The story of Rama is a very good tool to build character, correct our flaws and lead a dharmic life.
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 1 | Who is Rama? What is Ramayana? Why is Ramayana special?
24-10-2021
Ramayan | Ramayana | Ramayanam | Short Stories | Bala kanda | Episode 1 | Who is Rama? What is Ramayana? Why is Ramayana special?
Ramayan Episode 1:Who is Rama? What is Ramayana? What are the 16 inspiring qualities of Rama? Why is Rama considered god? Why is Ramayana special? - These questions are answered in this video which also covers Ramayana Bala kanda Sarga 1You can follow us on: https://twitter.com/OnlineNarada https://www.kooapp.com/profile/OnlineNarada https://www.facebook.com/OnlineNaradaFBSummary of Ramayana: This is the story of Rama, Sita, Hanuman, Lakshmana, Ravan, Lanka and Ayodhya filled with sanskrit slokas, weapons like brahmastra, etc. Once upon a time there lived a person named Sri Rama - He is the eldest son of Dasaratha who ruled Ayodhya. Dasaratha wanted to crown him the king but his wife Kaikeyi objected to this. Instead, she wanted to send Rama to exile and crown her son Bharata as the king. A weakened Dasaratha approved Kaikeyi's conditions. Rama left Ayodhya followed by his brother Lakshmana and wife Sita. Dasaratha was unable to live without Rama and passed away. Vasishta and other sages requested Bharata to become the king of Ayodhya - but Bharata declined. Bharata never had any intentions to become a king, and left Ayodhya in search of Rama. After meeting him, Bharata requested Rama to come back to Ayodhya and rule it as a king. Rama declined Bharata's request and instead offered bharata his "Padukas" as a symbol of representation. Bharata went back to Ayodhya, placed the padukas on the throne and continued ruling Ayodhya as a subject of Rama.One day, a rakshasi called Surphanaka visited their parnasala. Rama ordered Lakshmana to cut her nose and ears. A vengeful Surphanaka instigated her friends to attack Rama, Sita and Lakshmana. Rama alone defeated 14000 rakshasas in the ensuing battle. Ravana heard about the deaths of his subjects from Surphanaka. He met his friend Maricha and together they kidnapped Sita and left to Lanka. Searching for Sita, the brothers met Hanuman near Pampa river who introduced them to Sugriva. Rama and Sugriva exchanged their stories and promised friendship in the presence of Agni. Rama promised to kill Sugriva's brother Vali after hearing about him from Sugriva. Together, they all reached Kishkindha where Sugriva invited Vali for a fight. Rama killed Vali with his arrow and crowned Sugriva as the king of Kishkindha. Sugriva organized a search in all directions for Sita with all the vanaras in his kingdom. Hanuman who went south jumped across the ocean to reach Lanka. After looking in all places he finally found Sita in Asoka vana. He shared the story of Rama and Sugriva to Sita and gave her a ring from Rama as a proof of his identity. He then consoled Sita, wreaked havoc in Lanka and eventually burned it down. He flew back across the ocean and reached kishkindha to share his findings with Rama. Ready to fight, the vanara sena built a bridge across the ocean and reached Lanka. Rama defeated Ravana in a fierce battle. All the gods and sages blessed the couple and Rama coronates Vibhishana as the king of Lanka. They all board pushpaka vimana to head back home. Eventually the four brothers reunite at Nandigrama and Sri Rama is crowned as the King of Ayodhya. He ruled the land for 11000 years. Under his rule the people were always very happy, healthy and wealthy.The story of Rama is a very good tool to build character, correct our flaws and lead a dharmic life.