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About The Book
"Ramcharit Manas se chun laayi kucch phool; karoon arpit Anjuri shraddha se bharpoor."
Ramcharit Manas is a code of ideals of the Indian culture and tradition. The study of this great epic laid the foundation of Ramcharit Anjuri's poetic composition.
Ramcharit Anjuri is an attempt to collect the blissful nectar of Ramcharit Manas through songs and hymns, for the upliftment of human values. Lord Ram is a pioneer of a liberal and ideological culture that paves way for pragmatic solutions to all human anxieties. If we can amass even a few droplets from his unfathomable life in our Anjuri (folded palms), we will definitely be able to lead a divine life.
About The Author
Mala Thakur was born in the town of Balaghat, situated in the heart of India - Madhya Pradesh. A B.A in qualification, she took retirement from a 29-year career in State Bank of India while serving as a Senior Assistant, in 2012. Known for her distinguished poetic abilities and a feminist voice, she has been a regular invitee at various poet conferences and at All India Radio, Balaghat. Apart from reading a plethora of books and writing poems, she enjoys listening to Morari Bapu's Ram Katha and living a simple life close to the nature.
|Title:||Ramcharit Anjuri||Publisher:||Notion Press|
|No. of Pages:||188|
Ramcharit Anjuri is simply put, a beautiful book. Right from the cover till the end of the page, you cannot resist the temptation to read the book once you get it into your hands. The book not only consists of Ramcharit Manas's story in an elegant poetic form, but also consists of various aartis, bhajans, geets, etc. Each chapter starts with a prayer, proceeds to develop the story as couplets, and consists of several songs that you cannot resist singing. In today's world, when the young people (well, like me!) don't have the patience to go over larger books, Ramcharit Anjuri serves the purpose of not only telling us the story, but also educating us by the various aspects of Lord Ram's, and the related characters', illustrative lives. Overall, Ramcharit Anjuri is a beautifully written gem of excellent Hindi art and indirectly teaches us how to find solutions to difficult situations by following the ideals of our cultural and spiritual ancestors. As the honourable Kavi Rajaram Bharadwaj writes in the Foreword, I too wish that the author keeps writing such exemplary works, which I am sure would keep inspiring generations to come.