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Torvey Ramayana: Torvey Narahari (Kumara Valmiki) (A Workbook of 15th Century A.D.) / Nagar, Shanti Lal
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Torvey Ramayana: Torvey Narahari (Kumara Valmiki) (A Workbook of 15th Century A.D.)
Nagar, Shanti Lal
 
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  Book ID : 23879
  ISBN-10 : 81-7646-455-4 / 8176464554
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-7646-455-0 / 9788176464550
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2004
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  xxiv, 256p., 29 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:-

I. BALA-KANDA (SANDHIS 1 TO 17) :
1. Prayer
2. Valmiki Explains the Story of Ramayana to Lava and Kusa
3. The Story of the Birth of Kings of Manu’s Race
4. Dasaratha Feels Worried for Queens being Childless
5. Narration of the Story of Rsyasrnga by Sumantra
6. Invitation of Dasaratha to Rsyasrnga the Son-in-law of Rompada, the King of Anga
7. Performing of Yajna by Dasaratha
8. Birth off Sons of Dasaratha
9. Arrival of Visvamitra to take Rama and Laksmana with him
10. Killing of Tadaka and Protection of the Yajna
11. Protection of Yajna of Visvamitra Killing Subahu and Marica
12. Arrival of Kings from Many Countries to Participate in the Svayamvara of Sita
13. Decoration of the City of Mithila which Looked Quite Charming
14. Placing of Bow of Siva, in Svayamvara’s Stake by Janaka, Arrival of Sita in the Mandapa and Welcome the Kings
15. Rama Delighted Janaki, After Breaking the Bow of Siva
16. Janaka Extended Invitation to Dasaratha and Married his Daughters to the Princes of Ayodhya
17. Return of Dasaratha to Ayodhya, After Denouncing Parasurama, by the Valorous Rama

II. AYODHYA-KANDA (SANDHIS 1 TO 7) :
1. Dasaratha Desired to Crown Rama as the Crown Prince with a Delightful Mind and He Started Making Preparations in this Regard
2. Rama Accepted Exile as Per the Desire of Kaikeyi
3. Rama Who is Like The Sun for Demons in the form of Lilies, Left Ayodhya, Delighting the Gods and for the Killing of Ravana
4. Crossing the Auspicious River Ganga with the Help of Guha and Arrival of Citrakuta
5. Because of Earlier Curse of the Sage Tandava, Dasaratha, the Sun for the Solar Race, Which Made the Lotus Flowers to Blossom, was Set with the Separation from his Children
6. Turning down the Proposal of Coronation Bharata Reached before Rama of the Race of Raghu and Performing the Vrata They Returned to Nandigrama
7. Use of Trnastra over Kakasura, the Son of Indra and Protection of Sita

III. ARANYA-KANDA (SANDHIS 1 TO 12) :
1. Rama, Sita and Laksmana of the Solar Race, Accepted the Hospitality of the Sage Atri, Killed the Demon Viradha and Reached Pancavati
2. The Grief, Rama had been Facing After his Leaving Ayodhya and Separating from his Near and dear Ones, Besides the Travelling in the Forest was Removed After Meeting the Sage Jabali
3. Killing of Sambukasura, in the Dandaka Forest of the Solar Race
4. Surpanakha’s Nose Who had Arrived to Appease Rama, was Severed by Laksmana
5. Getting Immensely Humiliated by the Valorous Laksmana, Demoness Surpanakha’s Complaint Heard by Khara, Who Immediately Got Ready for the War
6. The Immensely Valorous Rama, Dispatched Khara, Dusana and Trisira to the Abode of Yama
7. Because of the Humiliation Meted Out to Her by Rama, Surpanakha Advised Ravana Having Temper to REACH the Abode of Demon Marica
8. The Head of the Illusory and Attractive Golden Deer was Cut off by Rama with his Arrows, Which was Tossed in the Air
9. Listening to the Harsh Words of Sita, When Laksmana left her, then Ravana Deceitfully Kidnapped Sita from the Forest
10. Defeating Jatayu the Intimate Fried of Dasaratha, Ravana the King of Demons Carried Janaki and Entered the City of Lanka
11. Rama, who is Beyond Illusion, Praised by the Vedas, Started Searching for Sita Lamenting Like an Ordinary Man
12. Meeting Jatayu, the Son of Aruna, Killing the Demon Kabandha, Rama Who was The Source of Rescue for the Noble people Reached the River Pampa

IV. KISKINDHA-KANDA (SANDHIS 1 TO 12) :
1. Rama of the Race of Raghu, Met Sugriva Through Hanuman and Assuring Protection to him. Rama Saved Sugriva
2. Cutting the Palm Tree, Kicking the Carcass of the Terrific Dundubhi, Rama Established the Supremacy over Sugriva
3. Sugriva Together with his Monkey Force Faced Bali, the Son of Indira and was Beaten by him; Getting Defeated he Rushed Back and Denounced Rama, the Husband of Janaki
4. Protecting Compassionately the One who had Taken Refuge with him, Rama Dispatched Bali, Sone of Indra to the Heaven
5. Lord Rama Removed the Mental Agony of Tara and Delightfully Installed Sugriva as the King of Kiskindha
6. The Rainy Season was Over, Thereafter Sugriva Together with his Monkey Army Reached the Place of Rama, the Enemy of Ravana, and was Engaged in Making Preparations for War
7. The Immensely Valorous Sugriva Earned Grace, with the Display of the Unusual Monkey Army before Rama
8. At the Command of the Lotus-eyed Rama, Sugriva Dispatched the Monkey Chiefs in Search of Sita
9. The Monkeys Who had gone to Different Directions in Search of Ravana, the Plunders of Gods, could not Find him in Those Directions, Returned in Separated Groups and Reported within the Prescribed Period to Rama
10. The Immensely Valorous Maruti and Other Monkey Chiefs Searched for Sita in the Country of Svayamprabha
11. Meeting Sampati and the Sage Mrkandu, the Immensely Valorous Monkey Warrior Reached the Seashore
12. For Meeting Sita, the Lotus Eyed Wife of Rama, Rambavan who was the Grand sire of the Monkeys, Deputed Hanuman to Lanka

V. SUNDRA-KANDA (SANDHIS 1 TO 9) :
1. The Valorous Hanuman Crossed the Ocean by the Grace of Rama, Who is the Ocean of Compassion for Crossing the Ocean of the Universe and is Born in the Race of Sagara
2. Hanuman Who is Like the Grinding Mil for the Enemy Kings and Like Bhairava in the Battlefield for the Enemies Searched for Sita, the Daughter of King Videha in the City of the Demon King
3. Finding Sita the Queen of Raghavendra, the Lorad of Universe, Hanuman the Sone of the Wind-god Handed Over the Ring to her Which was Inscribed with the Name of Rama
4. Hanuman, the Destroyer of the Forest of Ravanasura, Dispatched Jambumali Who had Come to Fight with him, to the Abode of Yama
5. Hanuman Who was Terrific in War, Killed Aksayakumara in the Battlefield and Earned the Title Aksantaka
6. After the Destruction of Innumerable Soldiers of the Demon Army Hanuman was Overpowered by the Brahmastra Shot by the Son of Ravana
7. The Extremely Valorous Hanuman Who was a Great Warrior in the Battlefield Denounced the Valorous Ravana in his Court and Displayed his Strength there
8. Maruti Displaying Five Times More the Prowess of Siva, the Killer of Tripura Having an Eye Over Forehead Put the City of the Enemy to Flames
9. Hanuman Who was Terrific in War, Brought the Best of Cudamani from Sita and Handed it Over to the Lord of the Solar Race, Witnessing which Indra and other Gods Felt Overjoyed

VI. YUDHA-KANDA (SANDHIS 1 TO 55) :
1. Lord Raghava, Accompanied with the Huge Army of Sugriva, Arrived over the Vast Sea-shore, for the Killing of Strong Ravana
2. Vibhisana Asked Ravana to Return Sita, the Wife of Rama to hi, Speaking Justified Words Which were Quite Appropriate, But Feeling Antagonished, he Drove Vibhisana out of Lanka, Insulting him
3. Accepting Vibhisana Who had Arrived to take Refuge with him, Lord Rama Bestowed the Glory of the Kingship of Lanka to Vibhisana
4. The Illustrious, Patient and Valorous Rama Placing the Arrow Over his Bow Made the Ocean to Agree to his Point, Shattering his Pride
5. Nala, the Killer of Enemies, Who Resembled the Fire of Dissolution, Compassionately Built a Bridge Over the Ocean, at Which All the Gods Rejoiced
6. Raghupati, Who was Sure of his Victory, Camped Near Lanka with the Monkey Army. Ravana Too Collected his Army
7. Collecting the Army Activating all the Vulnerable Points, Ravana Engaged Himself in Preparation of War
8. Suka Pointed out the Great Warriors of the King Rama to Ravana the King of Demons Giving the Details
9. Rama Cut off the White Chatra of Ravana and Sugriva the Lord of Monkeys Teased Ravana
10. The Exceptionally Courageous Angada, the Son of Bali, Possessing Immense Strength of Arms, Went with A Peace Proposal and Killed the Demons in Lanka
11. Ravana was Teased by the Monkey Army Razing the Strong Fort to the Ground and Surrounded the Entire City of Lanka by the Best of the Monkey Warriours
12. Ravana Displayed Wickedness by Throwing Illusory Severed Head of Rama Before Sita
13. Listening to the Thundering Sound of the Monkey Warriors as well as the Demon Warriors, the Gods, the Humans and the Nagas were Frightened
14. The Valorous Vibhisana Who Took Refuge with Rama, Who was Like a Kalparksa, Killed the Demon Mitraghna in the Battlefield
15. The Glorious Indrajit, a Great Warrior, Possessing Immense Strength of Arms Conquered the Entire Monkey Army with the use of Serpent-weapon
16. Garuda Prayed to Rama and Laksmana Who were Bound in the Nagapasa Displaying Glory of their Human Play and Brought them Back to Senses. The Gods then Praised Garuda Immensely
17. Hunuman and Angada, Conquered the Demons Dhumraksa and Advancing Vajradamstra Respectively in the Battle Ground
18. Displaying its Strength in the Battlefield Hanuman Killed the Terrific Warrior Akampana
19. Great Warrior Nila Killed the Demon Chief Commander Prahasta, Who had Always been Victorious in the Battle
20. The valorous, Ravana, Who was Terrific in the Battlefield, Resembling Bhairava, of the Time of Dissolution Got Ready for Waging a War with Rama
21. Ravana Who could Shatter the Pride of Indra, Tortured Surgriva, the Lord of Monkeys So Badly, that his Cries were Heard in the Three Lokas
22. Nila, the Son of Agni, Who Fought in a Terrific Way with Immensely Strong Demon King Ravana was Fainted in the Battlefield
23. Hanuman Screatched Ravana but Bearing the Pain of Scratching Ravana Injured Hanuman. The Injury So Caused by Ravana was Unbearable by Hanuman who was Fainted. Thereafater Ravana Saving his Life Escaped from there
24. The Demon King Ravana, the Immensely Valorous One, Fought with Laksmana of the Race of Raghu and Defeated him
25. Rama, Who is the Lord of All the Movables and Immovales, in the World, Humiliated Ravana, and Sent him Back to Lanka, While the Gandharvas Kept on Singing the Glory of the Lord
26. With the Firm Resolve of Being Victorioius in the Battlefield Ravana Woke up Kumbhakarna Who had been Terrific in the Battlefield
27. Defeating the Entire Monkey Army, Capturing the Monkeys in the Battlefield, Kumbhakarna Displayed Immense Prowess
28. The Valorous Demon Kumbhakarna Who had the Strength to Shatter the Indra Like Elephant, was Defeated by Rama
29. The Valorous Demon Warrioirs Like Devantaka, Narantaka, Violent Trisira, Mahodara and Others Got Ready for War
30. The Strong and Valorous Angada Son of Bali, Moving Swiftly in the Battlefield Attacked Ferociously and Defeated Narantaka
31. Driving out the Enemies in Different Directions, Hanuman Who was the Foremost of the Wreslers, Killed Trisira and Devantaka, the Sons of Ravana
32. Hanuman Destroyed Army of Elephants. The Elephant Named Sudarsana was Also Killed, While Nila Killed Mahodara
33. Vrsabha - Who was Like the Lion for the Intoxicated Elephants and Possessed Immense Strength of Arms, Killed the Demon Yuddhonmatta in the Battlefield
34. Laksmana, the King of Kings Who Achieved Victory Over the Demons, was Victorious Over Atikaya and Delighted Bhuja-Laksmi and Vijaya-Laksmi Both
35. Indrajit Who had Shattered the Pride of Indra, and Who was Like the Grinding Mill for the Enemies, Became Victorious Over the Entire Moneky Army with the Use of Brahmastra
36. Hanuman - the Second Brahman, Fetched the Sanjivani Osadhi and Brought All the Monkeys Back to Life, All the Gods Danced in Ecstasy
37. The Dead Monkey Warriors having been Brought to Life with the use of Osadhi Attached the City of Lanka Again on the Night
38. Overpowering the Enemies Fixing the Pillar of Victory, Valorous Kumbha was Killed by Sugriva in the Battlefield
39. Becoming Victorious Over Valorous Nikumba, Hanuman Pleased Vijaya-laksmi and Displayed Astonishing Prowess. Nila on the other Hand Killed Sronitaksa
40. Rama, the Holder of the Bow, Defeated Makaraksa
41. In his Battle with Maruti, Indrajit’s Pride was Shattered and After that he Frightened Rama by Killing the Illusory Sita
42. Laksmana the Brother of King Rama Destroying the Demon Army Desecrated the Yajna of Indrajit
43. As the Battle Fought between Narasimha and Valorous Hiranyakasipu the Battle between Laksmana and Indrajit was a Hundred Times More Dreadful. Both of them Fought Well
44. The Valorous Laksmana Who had Always been Victorious in War, was Victorious Over Indrajit and Pleased the Goddess of Vitory
45. Protecting the Life of Suka, Sardula and Sarana, Raghava Dispatched Suparsvaka to the Abode Yama
46. Disregarding the Advice of his Wife, Ravana Who had Arrived to Fight with Rama, Lost his Loving Sone Virupaksa in the Battle
47. Laksmana, Who was Victorious in the Battle, was Valorous, Beyond Destruction and Adisesa in Human form, was Defeated by Ravana, using the Sakti Weapon
48. Facing Defeat in the War, Ravana in Order to Increase his Prowess in the Future War, Started Marana-yajna in the Night
49. Rama Mounted Over the Chariot of Devendra Delighted All the Gods and Fought with Ravana
50. Spreading his Glory when Rama was Shooting the Arrows, the Entire Universe was Shaken Including the Gods
51. Raghava the Delilghted King of the Kings Conquered the Demon King Ravana in the Battlefield, and Protected All the Lokas
52. Hanuman was Deputed to the City of Lanka Who Assured the People There. Thereafter Rama Asked Vibhisana to Perform the Last Rites of his Brother Ravana
53. Bestowing Grace on the Devotee Vibhisana Allowing him to Occupy Lion-throne of Lanka, Accepted Sita. Then All the Gods Including Siva Danced in Delight
54. The People of the World Heaved a Sigh of Relief, All the Gods were Extremely Delighted. Rama then Arrived in Nandigrama Together with his Wife and the Brother
55. Rama, the King of Kings, Belonging to the Race of Raghu, Ruled the Country with the Princess of the Race of Nimi

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ABOUT THE BOOK:

The story of Rama has been dominating the Indian religious scene from the time immemorial. Though the scholars have tried to trace out the genesis of the story in fragments from the Vedic literature, but it goes to the credit of the Adikavi Valmiki to compose the theme in the form of a definite story of poetic excellence. With the composition of the work of Valmiki, its popularity went on increasing. Not only the same was played in audio-visual or performing art, but soon as urge was developed by the people speaking different languages to listen to the story in their own languages. As a result of this the story was composed in different languages of the various regions, besides Sanskrit. A number of Ramayana stories were composed in the medieval period and possible Kamba Ramayana (Tamil) was the earliest such work in the regional language. The Torvey Ramayana was composed in the fifteenth century A.D. in Kannada, by Torvey Narahari, the English version of which has been brought out and is likely to interest the readers.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Shantilal Nagar, a graduate of the Punjab University, served in the curatorial capacity in the Central Asian Antiquities Museum, New Delhi, the Archaeological Museum, Nalanda, and Archaeological Section of the Indian Museum, Calcutta for a number of years. He has to his credit the scientific documentation of over fifty thousand antiquities, in these museums, representing the rich cultural heritage of the country and comprising of sculptures, bronzes, terracottas, beads, seals and sealing, ancient Indian numismatics, wood work, miniatures and paintings, textiles and Pearce collection of gems, ranging from the earliest times to the late medieval period. He was awarded, in 1987, a fellowship, for his monograph on the Temples of Himachal Pradesh, by the Indian Council of Historical Research, New Delhi. He has authored more than fifty books.

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