I reverence the
Goddess of Speech Saraswati & God Brahma, Goddess Parvati and Her Concert
Lord Shankar, Goddess
Lakshmi & Her concert Lord
Vishnu and I bow on the lotus feet of my Guru, who is an ocean of mercy and in
no way other than Lord Hari Himself in human form.
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Sri Ramcharitmanas is a great Hindu scripture
and poetic classic written by Goswami Tulsidas. It elaborates the life and deeds
of the Supreme Power - Lord Ram, the incarnation of Lord Vishnu. It is immortal
poetic classic that is one of the best in the world literature. Mahatma Gandhi
considered it as the best work on Devotion. It is universally accepted &
respected by all classes from all parts of India. It is one of the best works to
understand the way of life of people of Upper India.
The script used is Devanagari and
the language used by Goswami Tulsidas is Awadhi - spoken in parts of eastern
Uttar Pradesh along the river Saryu. This is language is very similar to Hindi
and is easily understandable by the Hindi speaking masses of
Ramcharitmanas bestows upon its readers the gifts of Devotion (bhakti), Divine
Knowledge (Gyan) and Salvation (Mukti).
After millions of births in
different living forms we get the life/birth as a human being by the divine
grace of the Lord. The sole purpose of human life is to do the supreme work -
attain bhakti, gyan and mukti (salvation) from the cycle of life and death.
Apart from human birth, the living beings only spend lives in materialistic
pleasures according to the deeds (karma). Only humans have been given the
privilege and power of wisdom and deed by the Lord's grace.
manus tan pava, sur durlabh sab granthin gava - After great luck one gets
the human body. All the scriptures sing that it is difficult even for Gods to
get the human body.
The purpose of this website is to impart the knowledge given in Sri
Ramcharitmanas and other Hindu scriptures for the benefit of mankind.
How to navigate on this site
website has been divided into 4 major sections - Sri Ramcharitmanas, Devotion
(Bhakti), Divine Knowledge (Gyan) and Salvation (Mukti). Interconnecting links
are available on every page.
Comments, questions and
suggestions are most welcome.
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