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Adbhut Ramayana: attributed to the sage Valmiki

Contributor(s): Nagar, Shanti Lal [Translator].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Delhi B.R. Publishing Corporation 2001Description: xviii, 419 p.ISBN: 8176461806; 978-8176461801.Subject(s): Rama (Hindu deity)DDC classification: 294.5922 Summary: 1. Sri Rama and Janaki having eternal form. 2. Narayana’s boon to the King Ambarisa. 3. Arrival of Narada and Parvata in the royal court. 4. Reasons for Rama’s incarnation. 5. Reasons for the birth of Janaki. 6. The story of Harimitra. 7. Narada achieves knowledge of music. 8. Birth of Sita. 9. Parasurama views the Visvarupa of Rama. 10. Sri Rama displays his four-armed form to Hanuman. 11. Sri Rama explains the Samkhya-Yoga philosophy. 12. Description by Upanisads. 13. Sri Rama explains the theory of devotion. 14. Conversation between Sri Rama and Mahavira. 15. Hanuman eulogises Sri Rama. 16. Killing of Ravana by Sri Rama and the latter’s coronation. 17. Janaki narrates the story of a thousand-headed Ravana. 18. Marching of the army of Ravana. 19. The sons of thousand-headed Ravana march for the battle. 20. The description of the battle. 21. Ravana creates confusion in Rama’s army. 22. Sri Rama gets fainted. 23. Janaki kills the thousand-headed Ravana. 24. The Gods re-assure Rama. 25. Sri Rama eulogises Janaki with her thousand names. 26. Description of the victory of Rama. 27. Rama’s return to Ayodhya. "Of the various Ramayana works which came up after the Valmiki Ramayana, the Adbhut Ramayana happens to be one of them. The work is also attributed to the Sage Valmiki and contains twenty seven cantos as a sequel to the Ramayana and portrays the earlier part of the story, highlighting the real nature of Sita, who also appears in the terrific form having killed that Ravana, who had a thousand heads, whom Rama was unable to kill. This work presents the text of the Adbhut Ramayana in Roman script along with explanation and annotation in Hindi and English. This will help the Hindi and non-Hindi readers knowing English a great deal, especially the foreigners."
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1. Sri Rama and Janaki having eternal form. 2. Narayana’s boon to the King Ambarisa. 3. Arrival of Narada and Parvata in the royal court. 4. Reasons for Rama’s incarnation. 5. Reasons for the birth of Janaki. 6. The story of Harimitra. 7. Narada achieves knowledge of music. 8. Birth of Sita. 9. Parasurama views the Visvarupa of Rama. 10. Sri Rama displays his four-armed form to Hanuman. 11. Sri Rama explains the Samkhya-Yoga philosophy. 12. Description by Upanisads. 13. Sri Rama explains the theory of devotion. 14. Conversation between Sri Rama and Mahavira. 15. Hanuman eulogises Sri Rama. 16. Killing of Ravana by Sri Rama and the latter’s coronation. 17. Janaki narrates the story of a thousand-headed Ravana. 18. Marching of the army of Ravana. 19. The sons of thousand-headed Ravana march for the battle. 20. The description of the battle. 21. Ravana creates confusion in Rama’s army. 22. Sri Rama gets fainted. 23. Janaki kills the thousand-headed Ravana. 24. The Gods re-assure Rama. 25. Sri Rama eulogises Janaki with her thousand names. 26. Description of the victory of Rama. 27. Rama’s return to Ayodhya.

"Of the various Ramayana works which came up after the Valmiki Ramayana, the Adbhut Ramayana happens to be one of them. The work is also attributed to the Sage Valmiki and contains twenty seven cantos as a sequel to the Ramayana and portrays the earlier part of the story, highlighting the real nature of Sita, who also appears in the terrific form having killed that Ravana, who had a thousand heads, whom Rama was unable to kill. This work presents the text of the Adbhut Ramayana in Roman script along with explanation and annotation in Hindi and English. This will help the Hindi and non-Hindi readers knowing English a great deal, especially the foreigners."

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