Sage Valmiki has written Ramayana in Sanskrit language. Therefore it is called Srimad Valmiki Ramayanam. Sundara Kandam comprises of slokas or verses spread in 68 chapters. Ramayana: Story I will give a brief account of the story for you to ascertain the context. There he kept Sita in a place called Asoka Vanam forest. Rama was aggrieved by the separation of Sita.
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Sage Valmiki has written Ramayana in Sanskrit language. Therefore it is called Srimad Valmiki Ramayanam. Sundara Kandam comprises of slokas or verses spread in 68 chapters.
Ramayana: Story I will give a brief account of the story for you to ascertain the context. There he kept Sita in a place called Asoka Vanam forest. Rama was aggrieved by the separation of Sita. The brothers searched the forest after forest, place after place to find Sita. Hanuman assured them that finding Sita is his faithful duty. From here our Sundara Kandam begins. Reaches Sri Lanka and there he meets Sita.
At the court of Ravana Hanuman was disrespected and ill-treated. Hanuman took revenge by setting fire to the entire city of Sri Lanka. He gets back to Rama and shared the entire story and about his meeting with Sita as well as her eagerness for reunion with Lord Rama. For Hanuman nothing is impossible. His attitude always reminds us self-confidence, faith and devotion to Rama, fearlessness, and trustworthiness.
Benefits of Sundara Kanda Parayanam The events in this chapter bring confidence and hope from all corners. People started believing in Dharma good virtues. Only Lord Rama could destroy Adharma all evil virtues. The Kandam teaches us that, if we want to be successful in life we have to practice Dharma. The significance of performing Sundara Kandam Parayanam will definitely result in prosperity and it will mitigate all problems you face in your daily life.
Reading one chapter or sargam of Sundara Kandam is equal to chanting times Gayathri Japam. When to Recite? There are conventional methods for Sundara Kanda Parayanam. The Parayanam can be made either on a communal basis in temples, public mandapams halls or in your home. Parayana can either be made by a guru for the benefit of every listener to hear, or you yourself can recite the slokas in Sanskrit. Though it is desirable to represent Rama either by Dasavarana Yanthra or statue, it would be sufficient if you worship your Ramayana Book.
You may keep the Pattabhishekam image of Lord Rama. You must offer Naivedya submit boiled milk added with Sugar to God before and after the Parayana. If not at beginning at least offer Naivedya at the end of the Parayana. Lotus and Thulasi Ocimum flowers are the best to worship the Lord. If not available, any flower except Karavira Arali can be used. Offering to God Pomegranate would bring in immense benefits. You may commence with Chanting of Rama Gayathri or Shadakshari mantra before and after finishing you parayana.
Read chapter on the first day, on the second day, 38th chapter on the third day, on the fourth day and the rest on the FIFTH day. Start on a Friday, daily read 9 chapters and complete reading on the next Friday. Till 22 days read two chapters a day, 5 chapters on the 23rd day, 3 chapters on the 24th day, 6 chapters on the 25th day, 3 chapters on the 26th day, 4 chapters on the 27th day and the rest 3 chapters on the TWENTY-EIGHTH day.
The purpose is to recite the slokas and complete Sundara Kandam. You may mitigate your specific problems by reciting certain chapters. The details are found below. I am reproducing below what Lord Shiva told to Goddess Parvathy: Whoever reads or listens to this book on the Sundara Kanda Phala prapthi, would become a great devotee of Lord Rama and would lead a happy painless life.
Salvation can be achieved by reading the first chapter daily for six months. Effect of attack of devils, ghosts, and spirits can be warded off by reading 3rd chapter.
To get permanent wealth and happiness read chapter To get rid of bad dreams read Chapter To get good behavior read chapter To rejoin with lost relatives read chapters To get rid of impending danger read chapter To get pardon from god for insult done to him, knowingly and unknowingly read chapter Read chapters to win over enemies To become just and charitable read chapter 51 For improvement of assets like house, land, etc.
To get peace and happiness read Chapter 61 To get perennial happiness and to attain God read chapter To get what one wishes read chapter 41 To realize God and to become one capable of sweet words read chapter At the end of the parayana you recite this sloka: Yatra yatra Raghunatha KirtanamTatra Bhaspavaan paripurna lochanam Marutim namata rakshasanthakam Meaning: We bow the Maruthi, Sri Hanuman, who stands with his folded above his forehead with a torrent tears flowing down his eyes wherever the Names of Lord Rama is sung.
You may conclude your Parayana for the specified day with Karpura Harathi. In Sundara Kandam, sage Valmiki speaks about the achievements of Hanuman. His attitude always reminds us self-confidence, faith and devotion to Rama, fearlessness, and trust-worthiness. The events in this Kandam bring confidence and hope from all parts.
Sundara Kanda Parayanam
Saraswathi Dhorbhir Yuktha chathurbhi sphatika manimayi makshmaalaam dadhaana Hasthe naikena padmam sithamapi cha shukam pusthakam chaparena, Bhasa kundendu sankha sphatka mani nibha bhasamana samaana Saa mey vaag deva theyam nivasathu vadane sarvada suprasanna. Valmiki: Koojantham Rama Ramethi maduram madsuraksharam, Aaroohya kavitha shakhaam vande Valmiki kokilam. Valmike muni simhasya kavitha vana charina, Srunvan Rama kadha naadam ko na yathi paraam gathim. Ya pibhan Rama charithamrutha sagaram, Aruthastham munim vande, prachethasa makalmasham. Hanuman Goshpadi krutha vaareesham masaki krutha rakshasam, Ramayana maha mala rathnam Vande anilathmajam, 6 I pray to him who is born to the God of wind. Who made the king of lakes look like the hoof of a cow,Who made the great Rakshasas look like simple mosquitoes,And who is born to the God of wind. And is the greatest jewel in the garland of the story of Rama.
Sundara Kandam Parayanam and its magnificent results
Being compiled by the great Seer Valmiki , it possesses the power of granting the wishes of those who read or recite it with faith. There is interesting legend on Ramanama. The Ramayana has slokas or verses. Lord Shiva, being late could not take anything. When Uma asked him he is reported to have replied that in their hurry the Devatas have forgooten two important letters, Ra and Ma. Together they form Rama, the Bhjakshara of Lord Rama.
Sundara Kandam Parayana Procedure