Chinmaya International Foundation (CIF) is happy to bring to you the sixth set of online sessions on the Valmiki Ramayana with Swami Ramakrishnananda. In the next Camp in this series, Swamiji will expound on the Yuddha Kanda with references to Kamban and Kalidasa.
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The Ramayana is a manual on how a human being should lead his life in as perfect a manner as possible, which was exemplified by no less than Sri Rama Himself. Hence, he is also called Uttamapurusha, best among humans and thus Rama Rajya is extolled for his ability to lead by example, with honesty and integrity, so that people in his care lived without the threat of corruption, nepotism or injustice.
Valmiki brought these facets out with his sharp writing of the Ramayana that took place several thousand years ago. Though the Ramayana is ancient, it remains relevant to all ages of time. In this 3-part camp, Swami Ramakrishnananda will expound on Valmiki’s Ramayana with references to Kamba Ramayanam, a Tamil epic that was written by the Tamil poet Kambar during the 12th century, that is based on Valmiki's Ramayana.
The Yuddha Kanda (also referred to as Lanka kanda) is one of the main episodes in the great epic Ramayana. The Yuddha Kandam narrates the Ramayana War between the army of Rama and the army of Ravana.
Dates and Schedule :
Starting on: 16th December, 2023
Time: Every Saturday and Sunday 7:00 to 8:00 AM IST
Facilitator: Swami Ramakrishnananda
Suggested Webinar Fees: ₹3000, US$ 45
18 and above
About the Facilitator
Swami Ramakrishnananda, from Chinmaya Mission Nagapattinam, is a brilliant orator and teacher. His unique and jovial way of communicating is very popular with seekers of all ages and backgrounds. Swamiji has spent several years studying Valmiki Ramayana in great detail and depth, and his tremendous efforts will no doubt benefit countless seekers now, and, in the years to come. Swamiji has conducted many camps and workshops on the Valmiki Ramayana, enthralling, empowering and enlightening audiences around the world.
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Contact: +91 92077 11511