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Nama Ramayana



Ramayana is one of the greatest epics of the world and has a special place in Indian culture as well as Sanskrit literature. It is written in different languages by many writers and poets and also translated.There is a practice of reading Ramayana or part of Ramayana daily. Ramayana is a book of dharma and Rama is an embodiment of dharma and a paradigm of an ideal man. Ramayana clearly illustrates that Karta and karma can be enjoyed within the legitimate bounds of dharma.
Every one of us may be eager to read the whole Ramayana daily but it will take a very long time, In order to facilitate the devotees of RAMA to read Ramayana, . 'Nama Ramayana' is the story of Rama with all kandams of the great epic of Ramayanam written for this purpose where the whole Ramayana has been delivered in 108 Slokas. Apart from condensing the story, it helps the devotees to meditate on the different sterling aspects of Rama.

Reading Ramayana brings stability and strength to your mind. It sheds light on many aspects of human behavior. It provides guidance to navigate through the many challenges of life.Sri Nama Ramayanam is divided in similar kandas as that of Srimad Ramyana, which are as follows:


Bala Kanda (1-22)
   Bala-kanda: The boyhood and adolescence of Rama
 

Suddha-bhrama-parathpara - Ram

Kaalathmala-parameshwara - Ram

Shasathalpa-sukanithritha - Ram

Brahmathyamara-prarthitha - Ram

Chandaki-ranakundala-mandana - Ram

Srimad-Dasaratha-nanthana - Ram

Kausalya-suka-varthana - Ram

Viswamithra-priyadhana - Ram

Kora-Thadaka-kathaka - Ram

Marichathi-nipathaka - Ram

Kausika-magasam-rakshaga - Ram

Srimada-halyo-tharaga - Ram

Gautama-muni-samboojitha - Ram

Suramuni-varakama-samsthutha - Ram

Naavikathavitha-mruthupatha - Ram

Mithilapura jana-mokana - Ram

Vidhayaga-manasa-ranjika - Ram

Dharyampaga-karmuga-panjaga - Ram

Suutharpitha-varamalika - Ram

Kritha-vaivakika-gauduga - Ram

Bhargava-dharpa-vinasaka - Ram

Srimada-Ayodhya-Balaga - Ram

Ayodhya Kanda (23-34) 
The court of Dasaratha, and the scenes that set the stage for the unfolding of the story, including the swop between Dasaratha and Kaikeyi, and the exile of Rama.
 

Akanitha-Gunakana-poojitha - Ram

Avaneedhanaya-kaamitha - Ram

Ragachandra-samanana - Ram

Pithru-vakyachritha-kaanana - Ram

Priya-Guka-vinivaathitha-patha - Ram

Thathchaalitha-nijam-brutha - Ram

Bharathwaja-mukananthaka - Ram

Chitrakoota-thri-nikaathana - Ram

Dhasaratha-santhana-chinthika - Ram

Kaikeyi-dhanaya-thritha - Ram

Virachita-nija-pithru-karmaka - Ram
Bharatha-pthithanija-paathuka - Ram

Aaranya Kanda (35-48)
Life in the forest and the abduction of Sita by Ravana
 

Dhandayavana-jana-pavana - Ram

Dhusta-viratha-vinasana - Ram

Sarabanga-choothichana-arthita - Ram

Agastya-anugraga-varthita - Ram

Krithrathipa-samsavitha - Ram

Panchavadithada-choochitha - Ram

Soorpanakarthi-vidayaga - Ram

Kara-dhoochana-mukasuthaka - Ram

Sita-priya-harinanuka - Ram

Maaricharthi-krithaa-suka - Ram

Vinasta-soothan-vaasaka - Ram

Krithrathipa-gathi-dayaga - Ram

Sabari-tattha-balasana - Ram

Kabanta-baahu-chaatana - Ram

Kiskinda Kanda (49-53)
Rama’s residence in Kishkindhya, the quest for Sita, and the slaying of Vali.
 
Kabanta-baahu-chaatana – Ram

Hanumath-savita-nijapatha - Ram

Natha-Sugriva-beesdutha - Ram        

Garvita-Vali-samharaga - Ram

Vanara-dootha-prayachaka - Ram

Hithakara-Lakshmana-samyutha - Ram

Sundara Kanda (54-61)
  It depicts the adventures of Hanuman
 

Kapivara-santhatha-samsmrutha - Ram

Thatgathi-vigna-tvamsaka - Ram

Sita-prana-thaaraga - Ram

Dhusta-thasaanana-dhooshitha - Ram

Shista-Hanumath-bhooshitha - Ram

Seeta-veditha-khaakhaavana - Ram

Krutha-chutamani-dharshana - Ram

Kapivara-vasana-svasitha - Ram

Yudha Kanda (62-86)
Yuddha-kanda, also known as the Lanka-kanda: the book of war: the defeat of Ravana, the recovery of Sita, the return to Ayodhya, and the coronation of Rama .
 
Ravana-nithana-prsthitha - Ram

Vanara-sainya-samavrutha - Ram

Shochitha-saritheechaarthitha - Ram

Vibhishana-paya-dhayaga - Ram

Parvatha-sethu-nibhanthaga - Ram

Kumbhakarna-chirachethaga - Ram

Rakchasa-shanga-vimarthaga- Ram

Ahimahi-ravana-sarana - Ram

Samhratha-dasamuha-ravana - Ram

Vithibhava-muhasura-samhsthuta - Ram

Kasthitha-Dasaratha-veechitha - Ram

Seeta-dharshana-mothiga - Ram

Abishiktha-Vibhishana-natha - Ram

Puspaga-yana-rogana - Ram

Bharatvaja-pinishavana - Ram

Bharata-prana-priyakara - Ram

Saakathapuri-bhooshana - Ram

Sakala-sveera-samanatha - Ram

Rathna-lasath-peedasthitha - Ram

Pattabi-saaha-lankritha - Ram

Parthiva-kula-samaanitha - Ram

Vibhisanarpitha-rangaga - Ram

Keesa-kulaanu-gragakara - Ram

Sakala-jeeva-sam-rakshaga - Ram

Samasta-loka-taraka - Ram



Uttara Kanda (87-108)
T he later section detailing Rama’s life in Ayodhya, the banishment of Sita, the birth of Lava and Kusa, the reconciliation of Rama and Sita, her death or return to the earth, and Rama’s ascent into heaven.

 


Aagatha-munigana-samsthutha - Ram

Vichrutha-dasakandoth-pava - Ram

Seeta-lingana-nirvrutha - Ram

Neethisoora-shita-janapatha - Ram

Vipina-thyajita-janagaja - Ram

Kaaritha-lavanasura-vatha - Ram

Swargatha-sambuga-samsthutha - Ram

Svatanaya-Kusa-Lava-nithitha - Ram

Asvametha-kruutu-deeshitha - Ram

Kaalaavedika-soora-patha - Ram

Ayothya-gajana-mukthitha - Ram

Vidhimuga-vibutha-nanthaga - Ram

Tejomaya-nija-rupaka - Ram

Samsruthi-buntha-vimochaga - Ram

Dharma-staapana-taathpara - Ram

Bhakti-parayana-mukthitha - Ram

Sarva-sarachara-balaka - Ram

Sarva-bhavamaya-vaaraga - Ram

Vaikundalaya-samsthitha - Ram

Nithyananda-pathasthitha - Ram

Rama-Rama-jaya-raja - Ram

Rama-Rama-jaya-Seeta - Ram

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Prosperity that never diminishes, youth that does not whither, and a body that sees no disease,
A mind that is never vexed, a wife whose love wavers not, and children who never know disobedience,
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