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This series of texts titled as Manas Ke Moti is based on discourses by Swami Subodhananda on Tulsi Ramayana.

A comprehensive commentary on the different facets of Ramayana which covers Adhyatmic (Spiritual), Darshanik (Philosophical), Sahitik (Literary) and Samajik (Social) aspects.

The 1st Volume covers 4 contexts: Bharat Charitra (Ayodhyakand), Sri Rama Geeta & Teachings on Navadha Bhakti (Aranyakand) and Surrender of Sugriva (Kishkindakand). The 2nd Volume contains 4 parts: Hanuman Charitra (Sundarakand), the protection of Vishwamitra's yajna (Balakand), the discussion between Shri Rama and Valmikiji (Ayodhyakand) and Kagabhusundi Charitra (Uttarakand). The 3rd Volume covers 5 parts: Lakshman Charitra, Lakshman Geeta (Ayodhyakand), Vibhishan Geeta (Lankakand), Sati Parvati Prasang (Balkand) & Uttarkand. The 4th Volume explores the various forms of Lord Rama - a mellifluous nectar of Shri Ram's personality presented to readers in a unique format - Bal Ram (Balkand), Yuva Ram (Ayodhyakand), Vanvasi Ram (Aranyakand), Sharanagat Vatsal Ram (Sunderkand), Ranveer Ram (Lankakand) and Raja Ram (Uttarkand).

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मानस के मोती (भाग १ - ४)

मानस के मोती (भाग १ - ४)

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Publisher: Chinmaya Prakashan
Language: Hindi
Author: Swami Subodhananda
Binding: Paperback
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This series of texts titled as Manas Ke Moti is based on discourses by Swami Subodhananda on Tulsi Ramayana.

A comprehensive commentary on the different facets of Ramayana which covers Adhyatmic (Spiritual), Darshanik (Philosophical), Sahitik (Literary) and Samajik (Social) aspects.

The 1st Volume covers 4 contexts: Bharat Charitra (Ayodhyakand), Sri Rama Geeta & Teachings on Navadha Bhakti (Aranyakand) and Surrender of Sugriva (Kishkindakand). The 2nd Volume contains 4 parts: Hanuman Charitra (Sundarakand), the protection of Vishwamitra's yajna (Balakand), the discussion between Shri Rama and Valmikiji (Ayodhyakand) and Kagabhusundi Charitra (Uttarakand). The 3rd Volume covers 5 parts: Lakshman Charitra, Lakshman Geeta (Ayodhyakand), Vibhishan Geeta (Lankakand), Sati Parvati Prasang (Balkand) & Uttarkand. The 4th Volume explores the various forms of Lord Rama - a mellifluous nectar of Shri Ram's personality presented to readers in a unique format - Bal Ram (Balkand), Yuva Ram (Ayodhyakand), Vanvasi Ram (Aranyakand), Sharanagat Vatsal Ram (Sunderkand), Ranveer Ram (Lankakand) and Raja Ram (Uttarkand).

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