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Sunder Kand Videos (Ramayan)

This page has the Sunder Kand videos.  If you are looking for the Sunderkand text, please visit the SunderKand - text page.  For those looking to do the Sunderkand paath - listening and reading - best way would be to open to 2 videos.  One of this page and the other of the text page.

 

In Ramayan, the fifth chapter is called Sunderkand.    The Ramayana is made up of the following chapters

  1. Balyakand
  2. Ayodhyakand
  3. Aranyakand
  4. Kishkindhakand
  5. Sunderkand
  6. Lankakand
  7. Utarakand

 

Find the complete Sunderkand in video format below.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Sunder Kand - Part 1 of 8

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Sunder Kand - Part 2 of 8

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Sunder Kand - Part 3 of 8

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Sunder Kand - Part 4 of 8

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Sunder Kand - Part 5 of 8

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Sunder Kand - Part 6 of 8

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Sunder Kand - Part 7 of 8

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Sunder Kand - Part 8 of 8

 

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Below is a very short synopsis of the Sunderkand in English**

Sunder Kānd

The Pleasant Episode

Hanuman approves of Jambavan's suggestion. He immediately takes off for Lanka by climbing onto the mountain and using it as a pivot, launches himself into the air. He meets Surasa, the mother of serpents and passes her test. The ocean she-demon tries to capture Hanuman, thinking of him as a bird. He quickly kills her and then lands on the shore of the ocean in Lanka. He sees beautiful lush gardens, groves, lakes and reservoirs. Hanumanji takes a minute form and, remembering Lord Ram, enters Lanka. He is accosted by the she demon Lankini whom he hits with his fist and causes her to fall to the ground.

Hanuman flies through the various palaces and gardens for his search of Sita, and amongst all the demonic activities going on in Lanka, Hanuman sees a palace where Sri Hari's name is being chanted. He is drawn towards the palace and decides to visit the inhabitant. The palace belongs to Ravan's brother, Vibhishan. Hanumanji narrates Ram katha and then introduces himself. Hanuman proceeds to Ashok vatika where he finally sees Sita. He takes position on a branch of a tree, above Sita, and contemplates his next move. He sees Ravan walk towards Sita and beg her to glance at least once toward him. She simply looks at a blade of grass to insult him. Ravan threatens to behead Sita but is calmed down by his wife, Mandodari. Hanumanji has to use all his powers of calm not to react to Ravan's threats. When all is quiet again, Hanuman begins to sing Ram katha in sweet tones. He then approaches Sita and explains who he is. He presents the ring Lord Ram had given him and Sita is overjoyed. She blesses Hanumanji with many kind words and boons.

Hanuman tells Sita that he is hungry and asks for her permission to eat fruits from the grove. He not only eats but manages to destroy large parts of it. He easily kills one of Ravan's sons, prince Aksaya. Indrajit arrives in the grove and Hanuman allows himself to be captured. He is brought in front of the king of Lanka, Ravan. Ravan orders his death, however, Vibhishan reminds him that Hanuman is an envoy and cannot be killed according to religious principle. Ravan decides to humiliate Hanuman be setting his tail on fire. Large amounts of cloth are tied to his tail and soaked in oil. Hanumanji chants the name of Lord Ram and his tail gets longer, and more cloth and oil is used. He changes from his small form into a gigantic form and decides to torch alight the whole of Lanka.

He returns to the ocean to extinguish his tail and then goes to Sita to reassure her that the next time she sees him, it will be with Lord Ram. He bids farewell to Sita and leaps back towards Angad and Jambavan. The monkey army then ventures back to where Sugriva, Lord Ram and Laksman are waiting. On arrival Hanumanji explains all that happened and immediately an army is prepared to go south towards Lanka.

Meanwhile in Lanka, both Mandodari and Vibhishan ask Ravan to hand Sita back to Lord Ram. Ravan takes great exception to this suggestion and begins to insult Vibhishan particularly. He tells him he has no need for a weakling like him and that he is no longer needed. Vibhishan decides to join Lord Ram at Kishkindha. Vibhishan falls at Lord Ram's feet and asks him for protection. The army deliberate over how to cross the ocean to Lanka. The deity of the seas tells Lord Ram of the boon obtained by the monkey brothers Nila and Nala, and that they have the power to build a bridge to link the seashore to Lanka.

 

** - Source Wikipedia

 

 


 

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