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Ramcharitmanas: Love & Devotion


When Goswami Tulsidas wrote his Ramcharitmanas in the sixteenth century, he chose to convey his spiritual message using the story from Maharishi Valmikis Ramayana, an engrossing tale and one of the greatest epics of all time. It describes how the Lord took birth
in human form as Ram, grew up as a prince and married Sita. The epic then recounts how Ram was exiled to the forest, where Sita was kidnapped by Ravan, and then tells of Rams search for Sita and battle with Ravan and his demon army to rescue her. Since Tulsidas chose to retell the Ramayana in beautiful verse using the language of northern India at that time, his Ramcharit- manas gripped the minds of the people and remains one of the most treasured works of India. Radha Soami Satsang Beas has already published a book on the  amcharitmanas called The Teachings of Goswami Tulsidas by Dr K.N. Upadhyaya. This book provides a comprehensive exploration into the deep and and often hidden mystical aspects of Tulsidass teachings. But since Tulsidas presented his teachings through the medium of a powerful story, we decided to publish a new book that presents Tulsidass teachings interwoven into the tale of the Ramayana just as Tulsidas did to make his message accessible to readers today. In this new book, entitled Ramcharitmanas: Love and Devotion, the story has been summarized for ease of reading.The book presents the most significant spiritual teachings of the story as quotations given both in English and Tulsidass original Devanagari script. The Ramcharitmanas is a narra 

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Bibliographic information

Title Ramcharitmanas: Love & Devotion
Format Hardcover
Date published: 31.12.2019
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9789388733595
length xi+548p., 23cm.