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What is Ramayan Path

"Ramayana" is an important spiritual epic within Hinduism written by Maharishi Valmiki. Ramayan is the story of Maryada Purushottam Sri Ram, that's teach us how we should live our life with dignity and discipline.The whole story of Rayaman is divided into seven parts called as kandas, these are

  1. Balakand - The story of Lord Shri Ram's birth, his childhood and his marriage with Sita.
  2. Ayodhyakand - The story of what happened in Ayodhya after his marriage and how they got Vanvas and left Ayodhya
  3. Aranyakand - Story of Ram, Sita and Lakshman living in the forest, Sita Haran by Ravana.
  4. Kishkindhakand - Story of the search for Sita. "Kishkindha" - the kingdom of the monkeys where Shri Ram meets with Hanuman and Sugriv
  5. Sundarakand - Story of Hanuman's journey to Lanka, his meeting with Sita, and the destruction of Ashoka Vatika.
  6. Yuddhakand - Story of the great war between Rama and Ravana and Ravana's ultimate defeat.
  7. Uttarakand - The story of Sri Ram's return to Ayodhya, Sita's Agnipariksha, Ramrajya.

Ramayan Path refers to the reading of the epic Ramayana,Often people sit together in groups and recite Ramayana in a musical tone.

When and Why to do Ramayan Path

Ramayana Path organized by the Hindu community to express their deep devotion and gratitude and seek the blessings of Lord Shri Ram. It's believed that performing the Ramayan Path protects from wicked forces and brings success and happiness in the family and businesses.

Ramayana Path can be organized anytime, often it's organized on special occasions such as Navratri celebrations, Ram Navami celebrations, Diwali, Griha Pravesh, start new business, birthdays, anniversaries, retirement, New Year celebrations, or any moments of happiness.

How to organise Ramayan Path

There are mainly 3 ways to recite Ramayana

  1. Akhand Ramayan Path - In Akhand Ramayana Path, continuous reading the entire Ramayana without any breaks and it takes approximately 24 hours to complete. Usually a group of Pandits (Mandali) is booked for this. They reciting and singing the Ramayan chapters along with the musical instruments continuously for 24 hours. Other people and family members also participate in this. After completing Ramayan Havan, Purnahuti, Puja and Aarti are performed and distributing the Prasad to everyone.
  2. Saptahik Ramayan Path - In Saptahik Ramayana Path, Ramayana is recited for seven days in parts. Usually one Kand (chapter) per day, it takes around 3-4 hour per day.
  3. Sundarkand Path - In Sundarkand Path, the entire Ramayana is not recite, focus only the 5th chapter of Ramayana "Sunderkand". It is mainly related to the worship of Lord Hanuman. Some people or groups practice it periodically such as daily, weekly, or monthly.

You can consider the following points if you are going to organize the Ramayan Path:

  • Choose Date and Time
  • Select venue - it can be home, community center, temple, gardan, or any other space
  • Create and send invitations to frainds and relatives
  • Plan for decoration, lighting and seating arrangement
  • Plan for dinner/prasad
  • Shopping and booking - as per your plan do necessary arrangements by booking the venue and pandit mandali. Additionally, you may need to purchase puja and decoration items, sweets, musical instruments, and other essentials.

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