Dear Readers of “The Indian Dharma”,
With the divine grace of Bhagawan Shri Rama and Sita Devi, we’ve so far witnessed four “Kaandas’ – “Baala Kaanda”, “Ayodhya Kaanda”, “Aaranya Kaanda” and “Kishkinta Kaanda” of the Valmiki Ramayana text in minute detail. We are currently witnessing through the all important “Sundara Kaanda” wherein, we are enjoying the beauty and significance of Hanuman – The “Aachaarya” or the “Guru”.
Today is an important day as we reach a milestone of 200 episodes as we’re looking into minute details of the Valmiki Ramayana text, in relevance with the modern-day life and also a few Management concepts that can be derived from this great Indian epic. So far, you readers have been gracious enough to spend your valuable time and effort to read and comment on the episodes that are being published regularly. My humble and sincere thanks to all of you!
Of course there were lot of challenges during the course of this blog reaching such a milestone – Of late I had been travelling, had become sick, had to be hospitalised, etc. However, with the infinite grace of Goddess Sita and Lord Rama, we are still chugging along despite the challenges and of course with all the love, support and encouragement from you readers! Thank you for everything that you’ve given me so far!
Also, there had been a number of queries put forward to me by many of our readers as to how to get access to all the archived episodes of our blog. Just for an information, all our previous episodes are archived at the “Home Page”of this blog site – “The Indian Dharma”. For your convenience, here is the link that you can directly access to:
If you are an active Facebook user, you can visit the Facebook Page titled “The Indian Dharma” and all the 200 episodes published so far are archived there! You can Like/Follow the page and get the access! For your convenience, I’m sharing the link to the Facebook page below:
Once again, thank you all for your valuable support and encouragement! I look forward for more of it as we progress further!
Dr. Jeayaram Subramanian.