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Sundarakanda Sarga 59

  Dec 1, 2023


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Sundarakanda Slokas of Sarga 59, along with the word meanings and commentary in English and Telugu are uploaded this week.

Fifty ninth Sarga is a continuation of Hanuman's narration of the events after he took leap from the Mahendragiri mountain. Although he completed the narration of events in Sarga 58, Hanuman had more to say. He proposes to Jambavan that they should go to Rama, taking Sita with them, completely forgetting Sita's repeated request about making Rama come and take her back. Fortunately, he leaves the proposal as a suggestion to the Vanara elders.

This is the 568th issue.

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Kasarabada Sundarakanda Project :

The Kasarabada Sundarakanda Project, also known as the Kasarabada Project, includes the following objectives:
• To create a shorter version of Sundarakanda, which will consist of about 300 slokas that encompass the entire story told in the nearly 3,000 slokas of Valmiki Ramayan's Sundarakanda.
• To create a Telugu version of this shortened version, followed by an English translation, which will be called Sankshipta Sundarakanda.
• To develop an online version of Sundarakanda with all the slokas for daily Parayan, which will be available in multiple languages starting with Telugu, Kannada, Devanagari, and Gujarati.
• To rearrange all the slokas in a prose order form to make it easier for Sanskrit students to understand the meaning. This will also make it easier to translate Sundarakanda into other languages and create a Sanskrit version of Sundarakanda in prose form.
• To create a version of Sundarakanda with an English translation and sloka text in multiple languages, starting with Telugu. This will be the Kasarabada version.
• To create a Telugu translation of Sundarakanda.
• To create a complete Telugu Sundarakanda in prose that covers the meanings of all the slokas in Valmiki Ramayanam.
• To create a complete English version of Sundarakanda that covers the meanings of all the slokas in Valmiki Ramayanam.
• To create a Sanskrit version of Sundarakanda in prose form that covers all the slokas in Valmiki Ramayan.
• To create a version of Sundarakanda that brings out its inner meaning in Telugu and English. This version could be called "Anatarartham" or Tattva Dipika, and its main reference will be the Tattva Dipika of Sri Bhashyam Appalaacharyulu garu.
The Kasarabada Sundarakanda Project has been in progress since 1994, when the first project of making a Samkshipta Sundarakanda began.

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