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  1. Bhagavad Gita and Ramachritmanas

Bhagavad Gita and Ramachritmanas has molded and guided the way Hindu Dharma is practiced all over the world. While the principles of Hindu Dharma are detailed in Bhagavad Gita, they are played out in real life in Ramchritmanas. This talk will draw parallels between the two.

 

  1. Women of Ramayana

     Much of the ancient literature is written with ‘men’ as playing the central role, and ‘women’ as the second fiddle. Rama, Hanuman, Ravana for example in Ramayana; and Krishna, Arjuna, Bhisma in Mahabharata are some of the examples from our great epics. This talk will attempt to demystify this understanding, and will reveal that women had no less of a role in these great works. The great authors of these revered books in no way undermine women. Examples will be given to illustrate that women played critical role in shaping these literally works.

 

  1. Rama Leela: An Analysis

The talk will briefly cover history, style, formats, and geographic spread of Rama Leela. It will also address its significance in terms of religion, culture, and the spiritual context. The talk will close with a brief mention of local vision.  

 

  1. Realization of the Lord by Rama Charait Manas
    What is Realization? What are the means? How do we get there by following Shri Rama Charit Manas? For example, what should be done by us today, if we want to realize the Lord?

 

  1. Balance of What We Speak

The Paper is on author’s humble understanding that what we speak constitutes a major communication channel with the surrounding universe; hence balance of what we speak provides a powerful tool in dealing with the universe. Author uses examples from Tulsi Ramacharitmanas to elaborate on the topic and identifies options that can be utilized by us in dealing with complex conversations.

 
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