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. Rama combined in his life his personal life as son, husband, manager, and father as well as his professional life of King/leader, people manager, resource manager, and significantly, as maintainer of dharma - both at the home and in the kingdom. Ram Rajya is extolled because of his ability to lead by example. These are recordings of talks from the workshop 'Life Management and Leadership Lessons from Valmiki Ramayana' held at Chinmaya Vibhooti in April 2018.
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