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Ravindra Jain Ji
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Vinod Aggarwal Ji
Gaurav Krishna Goswami Ji
Nikunj Kamra Ji
Jaya Kishori Ji
Mridul Krishna Shastri Ji
Devki Nandan Thakur Ji
Krishna Chandra Shastri Ji
Manoj Sharma Ji
The Mahabharata contains the Bhagawad Gita, the famous gospel of duty that was taught to the great warrior, Arjuna by Lord Krishna. The Mahabharata dwells on the aspect of the important goals of a human being in his mortal life. The epic aims at making people realize the relation between the individual and the society and how they both are inter dependent on each other. Read on further a summary of Mahabharata, the greatest epic ever.
The epic revolves around the struggle for the throne of the kingdom of Hastinapura. The struggle is between two branches of the same family, the Kauravas and Pandavas. The Kauravas were collectively the hundred sons of the blind king Dhritarashtra and the Pandavas were the five sons of Pandu, who died of a curse. The five brothers named Yudhisthira (eldest son), Arjuna, Bheema, Nakula and Sahdeva were always obedient and dutiful, which made them the most loved in the kingdom. Each of the Pandavas had a special virtue in them that made them stand apart from the rest of the world. This made the Kauravas hate them and they planned many devious ways to get rid of them. Mahabharata.
As time went by, the Pandavas got married and shared a common wife named Draupadi. The Kauravas got even more enraged and challenged the Pandavas to a game of gamble. The Pandavas lost and were banished from the kingdom for an exile of 12 years. There was a condition that if they were recognized by the end of 12 years, they would have to begin from scratch.
One of the most important and dramatic character in this epic is Lord Krishna. He was the sole advisor, guide and true friend of the Pandavas and helped them in each and every difficulty in their exile. He is said to be the incarnation of God, who came to earth in human form to relieve the world of evil people and restore faith in his devotees. During the great battle of Kurukshetra fought between the Kauravas and the Pandavas, Lord Krishna took upon himself the duty of driving Arjuna's chariot. He imparted the valuable and practical lessons of the Bhagawad Gita, a text of the conversation between Lord Krishna and Arjuna, where Lord Krishna shows Arjuna a glimpse of his majestic divine form.
The Pandavas won the battle and ruled over Hastinapura for a number of years. It is said that Dhritarashtra and his wife retired into the forest to lead a stress-free life of an ascetic and Krishna left after around thirty six years after the battle took place. When the Pandavas realized that it was time to leave this earth, they all set out on a journey towards the North on foot. It is said that the gates of heaven opened on the northern horizon. One by one they dropped dead, until Yudhisthira finally reached the gates of heaven to be united once again with his brothers and wife.
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Ram Charit Manas (Musical)
Here you can Watch Ram Charit Manas Musical Path by Bijender Chauhan Ji in Video Format. Ram Charit Manas is created by Tulsidas Ji. It is the Story of Shree Ram. Shree Ram was the son of Dashrath the King of Ayodhya who has 3 queens, on the them named Kaikei demands to send Shree Ram in the forest for 14 years. Shree Ram, Seeta and Luxman goes there. There the Demon Ravan kidnaped Seeta and then Shree Ram done an battle with the help of Sugreev, Hanuman, Jamvant etc and won the Lanka. After 14 years he came back in Ayodhya and be the King.
Musical Ramayan (Ravindra Jain)
Here you can listen Musical Ramayan by Ravindra Jain Ji. This Ramayan is written and Sung by Mr. Ravindra Jain, Sadhna Sargam, Suresh Wadekar and Tripti Shakya. This is a full story of Lord Shri Ram's life since BalKand to Luv-Kush Kand. Listen / Download this FREE of cost.