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10 Most Powerful Shloka, Every Child Should Learn

Shloka are the Verses from great Ancient Indian texts like Vedas, Mahabharata and Ramayana. These verses introduce humans to a deeper understanding of life. Reciting Shlokas have diverse benefits which help us to integrate our understanding, feelings and emotional development together to live a purposeful and prosperous life....


Renewed Indian Interest In Ramayana

The Ramayana - just a part of Hindu “mythology”? It is strikingly important to understand the true significance of The Ramayana. The structure of Srimad Valmiki Ramayana is arranged into six Kaandas or Books, comprising 24,000 Shlokas or Verses. The Ramayana is read worldwide, having originally been written in Sanskrit and...


Why Did Kaikeyi Send Her Favorite Son To Exile?

As Ayodhya was gearing up for Ram’s coronation the next day there was joy and celebration everywhere but one person--Manthara--was not happy. When she found out about the coronation she stormed into Kaikeyi’s chambers and exclaimed, “Get up you Fool! How can you lie on the bed like that when danger is all...

The Moment When Dasharatha Told Lord Rama About Vanavaas

Rama arrived at the palace to meet his father Dashratha and his step-mother Kaikeyi. Together with Lakshmana, he rode across the three outer courtyards of the grand palace in his chariot and then walked down two more courtyards. Finally Rama went inside into the...

When Lakshmana proposed a Coup

Despite the deadly blow dealt by Kaikeyi, Rama was unmoved. His life had turned upside down but without a single lament he went about doing what had to be done to depart for the forest. He first went to meet his mother Kausalya. Kausalya of course had no inkling of this calamity that had befallen and so she was all ready for...

When Ayodhya Faced A Depopulation Crisis

Lakshmana had walked in while Sita and Rama were having a conversation. He knew that Rama was following Dasharatha and Kaikeyi’s order and was about to go to 14 years of exile but now even Sita was going to go with him. Hearing this, Lakshmana said, “I shall come with you. With this great bow in hand I shall clear the difficult...

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