Lessons from the Ramayan

Special presentation by His Holiness Sacinandana Swami about “lessons from the Ramayan”

When: Friday 22nd April at 7.30am

Where: The Manor’s Temple room

The Ramayan is a Sanskrit epic poem ascribed to the sage Valmiki. It is regarded as one of the two great works of Indian traditional literature, along with the Mahabharat. The Ramayana also plays an important role in Vedic literature  . It depicts the duties of relationships, portraying ideal characters like the ideal father, the ideal servant, the ideal brother, the ideal wife and the ideal king. The name Ramayana is a compound of Rāma and ayana (“going, advancing”), translating to “Rama’s Journey“.



Sacinandanana Swami has been a monk in the bhakti tradition for 42 years. He is known saci2for his significant contribution to the practice of contemplation and meditation for modern practitioners of bhakti. Sacinandana Swami has published seven books and released two CDs, and offers an array of retreats, seminars, and workshops. Thousands of enthusiastic singers and dancers visit his kirtan concerts. He teaches at the Vrindavana Institute for Higher Education in India and the Bhaktivedanta College in Belgium.



Published onThursday, April 21st, 2016

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