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Akhand Ramayana Path is a continuous 24-Hour recital of the entire ‘Shri Ram Charit Manas’ without any break. The entire Shri Ram Charit Manas includes seven chapters i.e., Baalkand, Ayodhyakand, Aranyakand, Kishkindha, Sundarkand, Lankakand and Uttarkand. Each of the chapters depicts different stages in Lord Shri Ram’s life. Performing this Path brings auspiciousness and removes obstacles in one’s life. It is performed with bhajans and kirtan in Lord Shri Ram’s praise and his life teachings for his blessings and peaceful life.
‘Shri Ram Charit Manas’ is an epic historical text that represents Lord Shri Rama’s achievements during his lifetime. Lord Shri Rama is the seventh reincarnation of Lord Vishnu. Shri Ram is additionally referred to as ‘Maryada Purushottam’ (“Maryada” translates to “honour and righteousness,” and “Purushottam” translates to “the supreme man”) as he stands for truth, justice, morality and is an ideal example of a perfect son, husband, brother, friend and king. Akhand Ramayan Path praises Lord Shri Rama and his Bhakt Hanuman Ji for his devotion, bravery, and strength. Akhand Ramayan Path is frequently done to find out about Lord Rama’s life and learn and assimilate the characteristics of the supreme person inside ourselves.
According to the Hindus, a mere recital of this great Epic Ramayana is believed auspicious and is effective enough to remove various obstacles. It is believed that the benefits of reciting this Epic are increased manifold if it is recited nonstop from starting to end without any break. This recitation is known as “Akhand Ramayana Path.” Unmatched fruits are achieved by doing or getting done Akhand Ramayan Path. Provided Path should be appropriately done and does not get fragmented. One must get Akhand Ramayan Path done by a qualified expert priest or person. It commonly takes twenty-four hours to complete. After this, there should be havan, aarti, hymn, and food. One has the authority to say, do and hold the Path who have reverence and faith in Lord Shri Ram, Lord Hanuman, Shri Ram Charitra Manas, and Goswami Tulsidas Ji.
Swasti Vaachan, Shanti Path, Sankalp, Gauri, Ganesh, and Ram Darbar Pujan, Kalash Sthapan, Agni Sthapan, Shri Ram Charit Manas Akhand Path without any break. To be followed by Ram Ashtottarshat Namavali and then Purnahuti, Aarti, Prasad to Brahmins.
Akhand Ramayana Path is the nonstop recitation of the entire Shri Ram Charit Manas, which has seven Chapters (Kands). These seven Chapters are:
Baalkand: Baalkand is the first Chapter of Shri Ram Charit Manas. This Chapter covers the events from Birth, education up to Lord Shri Ram’s Marriage.
Ayodhyakand: Ayodhyakand is the second part of Ramayana. This Chapter covers the events from vanavaas (exile to forest) of Shri Ram to the famous Ram-Bhrat Milap (union).
Aranyakand: Aranyakand is the third Chapter of Shri Ram Charit Manas. In this Chapter, events ranging from the Shurpanakha incident to the Sita Haran (Kidnap) episode come.
Kishkindhakand: Kishkindhakand is the fourth part of the Ramayana. This Chapter covers events ranging from Hanuman Milan (union) to Bali Slaughter and Mata Sita’s search preparation.
Sunderkand: Sundarkand is the fifth part of Ramayana. In this part come events from Hanuman’s departure for Lanka searching for Mata Sita, Lanka Dahan (burning of Lanka) to his return from Lanka.
Lankakand: Lankakand is the sixth Chapter of Shri Ram Charit Manas. This Chapter covers events from construction of a bridge leading up to the Ram-Ravana battle and the return to Ayodhya.
Uttarkand: Uttarkand is the seventh part of the Ramayana. Events from the coronation of Shri Ram to Kakabhusundi come in this part.
Akhand Ramayan Path eradicates all types of adversity and agony of living beings and bestows all kinds of favour, honour, and wealth.