Sri Ram Gita     (Sanskrit Text with Roman Transliteration)

Sri Ram Gita (Sanskrit Text with Roman Transliteration)

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Author: Swami Chinmayananda
Publisher: Chinmaya Mission Trust
Year: 2006
Language: multilingual
Pages: 130
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8175972092


Sri Rama. The very mention of this name brings to our mind the image of the Sri Rama who was the embodiment of all perfection. We must have seen many persons ideal in their respective fields of work or in a particular role of human relationships. Sri Rama was the perfect ideal in each and every respect. He was an ideal son, husband, and disciple, ideal brother and friend, but his role as a spiritual teacher is not as well known as Sri Krsna’s is through his Bhagavad Gita addressed to Arjuna. Here, in Sri Rama Gita, found in the Uttarakanda of Adhyatma Ramayana, we meet Sri Rama in the role of an ideal teacher dispelling the ignorance of his most devoted and dear brother Laksmana by imparting the knowledge of the Self.

The subject is subtle, and the exposition by Sri Rama is brief but fully comprehensive. This text seems to have inspired even Bhagavan Sankaracarya, as we find many similar verses in his Atma Bodha. Gosvami Tulsidas has also given Sri Rama Gita in the Aranyakanda of his famous work Sri Ramacaritamanas. His source of inspiration is this Gita alone.

In this book, Pujya Gurudev provides insightful notes for the student of Sri Rama Gita, revealing the deep significance of each verse in an effective and enchanting manner. I feel greatly honored and privileged to have been asked by him to add a few words as a preface. How shall I express my gratitude to him? Words really fail. May his blessings be ever with me!