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Prof. P.M. Nayak
A Sahitya Academy Award winner Prof. P.M. Nayak who ranked first in MA (Eng.) in Orissa in 1962 was principal in three degree colleges and registrar in two Universities of the province. He was elected member of the all India university Administrators association New Delhi in 1997.

Dr. Nayak chaired tow session in the European association of commonwealth language and literature studies Austria in 1993. He is at present director of the centrally sponsored Valmiki Ramayana project under Rastriya Sanskrit University, Tirupati, countries visited Germany U.K. Switzerland and Austria.

With publications in national and international journals which include commonwealth Novel in English, Virginia, Indian writing in English, Karnataka, Orissa Review, Orissa historical research Journal etc. Prof. Nayak’s voice of silence sonepur Durbar & Indian cultural traditions from Donaldson an American Orientalist some of his important translations include Pavanadutam by Kaviraj Dhoyi (EZCC Kolkata and Orissa Sahitya Academy) Utkal Laxmi by Gangadhar Meher (Sambalpur University) The Prophet B Gibran Ben Hur by Lewis Wallace (Vidyapuri, Cuttack) My Gipsy life by Padmasri LN Sahu (LN Sahu Memorial trust cuttack) Etc. the works he has edited are celestial infancy and other Essays on wordsworth (Anmol, New Delhi) Feminism and Indian English Fiction (PBD, Bereilly), The Voyage Inward (Bahri New Delhi) Confluence (Gyan, Books, New Delhi) Tales of our times (Cambridge) Inscriptions of Sonepur (Readworthy New Delhi) Songs of the soul (LN Sahu Memorial trust Cuttack) Sangita O Lokagita (EZCC Kolkata) Etc.

Prof. P. Geervani
Born in Tiruttani on 15th November 1936 in a traditional family devoted to Sri Rama completed B.Sc in 1955. M.Sc in 1960 and Ph.D. in foods and nutrition in 1977 from Madras University.

Started career as lecturer in Sri Padmavathi Women’s College in 1957 moved to the post of dietitian in 1960, and to Andhra Pradesh Agricultural University in 1968 as associate Prof. Held position of Prof. and dean in Andhra Pradesh Agricultural University Hyderabad till 1994. Took Up the position of Vice chancellor at Sri Padmavathi Mahila University From 1994 and retired in 1997.

Received international prize for research on technology for child Nutrition published over a hundred scientific papers in addition to few chapters in books. Selected as a fellow of united Nations University, Tokyo in 1986 as Fulbright scholar in 1987 as FAO consultant in 1991-94 and as fellow of national academy of Agriculture Science in 1999.

Inspired by the teachings of H.H. Swamy Chinmayananda studied Bhagavat Gita and Upanishads and participated in discussion at spiritual camps of Chinmaya Mission. Awakened to the beauty of epics by the enlightening discourses on Ramayan and Bhagavatam of H.H. Swamy Tejomayananda Global head at Chinmaya Mission decided to study Ramayana of Valmiki in detail. Motivated by the wonderful presentation of Human values and philosophy in the epic, decided to undertake translation of valmiki Ramayana in 2000 and monitor the project Valmiki Ramayana undertaken by Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha Tirupati A.P.

 

Contents

 

1 Sarga 54 1
2 Sarga 55 17
3 Sarga 56 29
4 Sarga 57 44
5 Sarga 58 56
6 Sarga 59 70
7 Sarga 60 84
8 Sarga 61 93
9 Sarga 62 105
10 Sarga 63 113
11 Sarga 64 133
12 Sarga 65 162
13 Sarga 66 173
14 Sarga 67 186
15 Sarga 68 201
16 Sarga 69 209
17 Sarga 70 217
18 Sarga 71 228
19 Sarga 72 244
20 Sarga 73 263
21 Sarga 74 273
22 Sarga 75 286
23 Sarga 76 314
24 Sarga 77 323
25 Sarga 78 333
26 Sarga 79 343
27 Sarga 80 350
28 Sarga 81 358
29 Sarga 82 365
30 Sarga 83 377
31 Sarga 84 386
32 Sarga 85 393
33 Sarga 86 401
34 Sarga 87 410
35 Sarga 88 419
36 Sarga 89 429
37 Sarga 90 438
38 Sarga 91 447
39 Sarga 92 475
40 Sarga 93 488
41 Sarga 94 497
42 Sarga 95 507
43 Sarga 96 514
44 Sarga 97 525
45 Sarga 98 536
46 Sarga 99 543
47 Sarga 100 558
48 Sarga 101 598
49 Sarga 102 602
50 Sarga 103 619
51 Sarga 104 631
52 Sarga 105 641
53 Sarga 106 657
54 Sarga 107 671
55 Sarga 108 679
56 Sarga 109 686
57 Sarga 110 701
58 Sarga 111 713
59 Sarga 112 725
60 Sarga 113 736
61 Sarga 114 745
62 Sarga 115 756
63 Sarga 116 766
64 Sarga 117 776
65 Sarga 118 786
66 Sarga 119 805

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Valmiki Ramayana : Ayodhyakanda Volume-II ((With Sanskrit Text, Roman Transliteration, Word-to-Word Meaning and English Translation))

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About the Author

Prof. P.M. Nayak
A Sahitya Academy Award winner Prof. P.M. Nayak who ranked first in MA (Eng.) in Orissa in 1962 was principal in three degree colleges and registrar in two Universities of the province. He was elected member of the all India university Administrators association New Delhi in 1997.

Dr. Nayak chaired tow session in the European association of commonwealth language and literature studies Austria in 1993. He is at present director of the centrally sponsored Valmiki Ramayana project under Rastriya Sanskrit University, Tirupati, countries visited Germany U.K. Switzerland and Austria.

With publications in national and international journals which include commonwealth Novel in English, Virginia, Indian writing in English, Karnataka, Orissa Review, Orissa historical research Journal etc. Prof. Nayak’s voice of silence sonepur Durbar & Indian cultural traditions from Donaldson an American Orientalist some of his important translations include Pavanadutam by Kaviraj Dhoyi (EZCC Kolkata and Orissa Sahitya Academy) Utkal Laxmi by Gangadhar Meher (Sambalpur University) The Prophet B Gibran Ben Hur by Lewis Wallace (Vidyapuri, Cuttack) My Gipsy life by Padmasri LN Sahu (LN Sahu Memorial trust cuttack) Etc. the works he has edited are celestial infancy and other Essays on wordsworth (Anmol, New Delhi) Feminism and Indian English Fiction (PBD, Bereilly), The Voyage Inward (Bahri New Delhi) Confluence (Gyan, Books, New Delhi) Tales of our times (Cambridge) Inscriptions of Sonepur (Readworthy New Delhi) Songs of the soul (LN Sahu Memorial trust Cuttack) Sangita O Lokagita (EZCC Kolkata) Etc.

Prof. P. Geervani
Born in Tiruttani on 15th November 1936 in a traditional family devoted to Sri Rama completed B.Sc in 1955. M.Sc in 1960 and Ph.D. in foods and nutrition in 1977 from Madras University.

Started career as lecturer in Sri Padmavathi Women’s College in 1957 moved to the post of dietitian in 1960, and to Andhra Pradesh Agricultural University in 1968 as associate Prof. Held position of Prof. and dean in Andhra Pradesh Agricultural University Hyderabad till 1994. Took Up the position of Vice chancellor at Sri Padmavathi Mahila University From 1994 and retired in 1997.

Received international prize for research on technology for child Nutrition published over a hundred scientific papers in addition to few chapters in books. Selected as a fellow of united Nations University, Tokyo in 1986 as Fulbright scholar in 1987 as FAO consultant in 1991-94 and as fellow of national academy of Agriculture Science in 1999.

Inspired by the teachings of H.H. Swamy Chinmayananda studied Bhagavat Gita and Upanishads and participated in discussion at spiritual camps of Chinmaya Mission. Awakened to the beauty of epics by the enlightening discourses on Ramayan and Bhagavatam of H.H. Swamy Tejomayananda Global head at Chinmaya Mission decided to study Ramayana of Valmiki in detail. Motivated by the wonderful presentation of Human values and philosophy in the epic, decided to undertake translation of valmiki Ramayana in 2000 and monitor the project Valmiki Ramayana undertaken by Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha Tirupati A.P.

 

Contents

 

1 Sarga 54 1
2 Sarga 55 17
3 Sarga 56 29
4 Sarga 57 44
5 Sarga 58 56
6 Sarga 59 70
7 Sarga 60 84
8 Sarga 61 93
9 Sarga 62 105
10 Sarga 63 113
11 Sarga 64 133
12 Sarga 65 162
13 Sarga 66 173
14 Sarga 67 186
15 Sarga 68 201
16 Sarga 69 209
17 Sarga 70 217
18 Sarga 71 228
19 Sarga 72 244
20 Sarga 73 263
21 Sarga 74 273
22 Sarga 75 286
23 Sarga 76 314
24 Sarga 77 323
25 Sarga 78 333
26 Sarga 79 343
27 Sarga 80 350
28 Sarga 81 358
29 Sarga 82 365
30 Sarga 83 377
31 Sarga 84 386
32 Sarga 85 393
33 Sarga 86 401
34 Sarga 87 410
35 Sarga 88 419
36 Sarga 89 429
37 Sarga 90 438
38 Sarga 91 447
39 Sarga 92 475
40 Sarga 93 488
41 Sarga 94 497
42 Sarga 95 507
43 Sarga 96 514
44 Sarga 97 525
45 Sarga 98 536
46 Sarga 99 543
47 Sarga 100 558
48 Sarga 101 598
49 Sarga 102 602
50 Sarga 103 619
51 Sarga 104 631
52 Sarga 105 641
53 Sarga 106 657
54 Sarga 107 671
55 Sarga 108 679
56 Sarga 109 686
57 Sarga 110 701
58 Sarga 111 713
59 Sarga 112 725
60 Sarga 113 736
61 Sarga 114 745
62 Sarga 115 756
63 Sarga 116 766
64 Sarga 117 776
65 Sarga 118 786
66 Sarga 119 805

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