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Sundarakandam - Bold Print - Sanskrit | Purana Book/ Hindu Religious Book

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SKU 9788179502532
Language Publisher Author Width Height Binding Depth Weight




7 inch

9.5 inch

Soft Bound

1 inch


• The book "Sundarakandam" is cherished and sacred literature that represents a vital element of the ancient Indian epic, the Ramayana.

• "Sundarakandam" is a key section of the epic Ramayana written by the sage Valmiki. It is essentially a story about Lord Hanuman's adventures and achievements as he travels to Lanka to find and deliver messages of hope and encouragement to Sita, Lord Rama's consort.

• This area is noted for its remarkable stories of bravery, commitment, and divine intervention.

• The book is offered in a bold print style, making it easily legible and accessible to devotees, academics, and fans of Sanskrit literature.

• It displays the Sundarakandam's original Sanskrit lines, allowing readers to appreciate the ancient text's linguistic elegance and beautiful language.

• The Sundarakandam recounts Hanuman's heroic exploits as he crosses the ocean, explores Lanka, meets Sita, and faces numerous difficulties and opponents.

• Along with the thrilling story, the Sundarakandam provides important spiritual truths, emphasising the strength of devotion, the bravery to endure misfortune, and the heavenly help that leads the believer.

• Devotees of Lord Rama and Lord Hanuman can improve their connection to these celestial characters by studying and reciting the Sundarakandam.

• Scholars and students of Sanskrit can investigate the language intricacies, poetry styles, and narrative tactics used in the Sundarakandam.

• Hanuman's brave and persistent commitment serves as an encouragement for readers on their spiritual path, urging them to overcome obstacles with faith and tenacity.

• It is a valuable resource for those seeking to explore the heroic tales, spiritual insights, and devotion expressed in this section of the Ramayana.