Shri Sundar Kaand ji Path
Lord Hanuman has a special place not only in the Hindu mythology but also in everybodys heart. As the most ardent devotee of Lord Rama, he epitomizes the ideal qualities a seeker should possess in order to please his Master effectively. Sundar Kaand meaning the beautiful episode, depicts the life and times of Lord Hanuman. During the discourse, Pujya Swami ji presents a very evocative account of unwavering faith of Lord Hanuman in his master, Lord Rama. The session is a story of an innocent yet powerful vaanar (forest dwelling creature) Hanuman whose only aim in life is to serve His master. His selfless endeavors and his impact on the epic battle between Lord Rama and Ravana is very graphically detailed by Pujya Shri in His discourse.
About Shri Sundar Kaand
Lord Hanuman was fondly called Sundar by His mother Anjani, hence sage Valmiki chose to name the story of Hanuman as Sundar Kaand which was later adapted by Goswami Tulsidas in his writing of the Ramcharitmanas. It is the fifth of the seven Kaands in Valmiki Ramayana and virtually forms the heart of the scripture. It is the only section of Ramayana where the hero is not Lord Rama himself, but his most ardent servant Lord Hanuman. The Sundar Kaand primarily details search of Goddess Sita in Lanka and his confrontation with Ravana. The super human powers of Lord Hanuman are described as he makes a giant leap across the ocean, jumping from Lanka back to Lord Rama.
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