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Sundara Kanda talks of the qualities that an Acharya should have. It is sweet for this reason, for to talk of great men is a pleasant task indeed.The entire Ramayana may be said to be contained in Sundra Kanda. With this assurance Hanuman commences his attempts to search Sita. From here our Sundara Kandam begins.
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Hanuman God of Strength, Knowledge and Bhakti; Lord of Celibacy and Victory; Supreme destroyer of evil; and protector of devotees; ...
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Jan 19, 2015 · Finding The Mother. Book: Finding The Mother, H.H. Valmiki’s Sundara Kanda in English Verse – English translation by Mahathi (Mydavolu V.S. Sathyanarayana). Finding The Mother is a book written by Mahathi (Mydavolu V.S. Sathyanarayana), not in any obtuse sense as free verse, but as a superlatively spiritual endearment of an English poet, translating in English verse H.H. Valmiki’s Sri ...