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Durga Saptshati

During 9 days of Navratri, it is significant to chant the sacred book of Durga Saptashati . It is a collection of 700 verses in glorification of Goddess Durga and the booked scribes various aspects of Devi. Due to number of Shloks the book is known as Durga Saptashati. As the book is about the magnificence of Goddess Durga, it is also known as Devi Mahatamya.

The book is recited loudly and clearly during Navratri, the process of reading the book  is known as Chandi Path. This Durga Saptshati path is done mainly in Navratras Which is celebrated twice a year.

Durga Saptashati is part of Markandeya Purana and the collection of 700 verses is divided into 13 chapters.

Raamcharit manas

Ramcharit manas (Devanagari: Ramacharit manasa),also spelt as Ramacharit manasa, is an epic poem in Awadhi dialect of Hindi,composed by the 16th-century Indian bhakti poet Goswami Tulsidas (c.1532–Ramcharit manas literally means "Lake of the deeds of Rama". Ramcharit manas is considered as one of the greatest works of Hindi literature. The work has been acclaimed as "the living sum of Indian culture", "the tallest tree in the magic garden of medieval Indian poetry", "the greatest book of all devotional literature", "the Bible of Northern India", and "the best and most trustworthy guide to the popular living faith of the Indian people.

The core of the work is considered by some to be a poetic retelling of the events of the Sanskrit epic Ramayana, centered on the narrative of Rama, the scion of the family tree of Raghu of the Sun Dynasty and the crown prince of Ayodhya who is also considered in Hindu tradition as one of the Avatar as of Vishnu. However, Tulsidas never alludes to Ramcharit manas as being a retelling of Valmiki Ramayana. He calls the epic Ramcharit manas as the story of Rama was stored in the mind (Manasa) of Shiva before he narrated the same to His consort Parvati. Tulsidas claims to have received the story through his guru, Narharidas. Tulsidas was unconscious(Acheta, Devanagari: ????) and the story was stored in his mind (Manasa) for long before hewrote it down as Ramcharit manas. The epic poem is, therefore, also referred to as Tulsi krit Ramayana (literally, The Ramayana composed by Tulsidas).

The Ramcharit manas consists of seven Kandas,tulsidas compared the seven Kandas or the epic to seven steps leading into the holy waters of Lake Manasarovar "which purifies the body and the soul at once".

Ramcharit manas, for the first time in the history of North India, made available the story of Rama to the common man tossing, meditate and perform on. Tulsidas was a great scholar of Sanskrit.However, he wanted the story of Rama to be accessible to the general masses and not just the Sanskrit-speaking elite. In order to make the story of Rama as accessible to the layman as to the scholar, Tulsidas chose to write in Awadhi,a local dialect of Hindi which was in vogue as the language of general parlance in large parts of north India during the composition of the work. Tradition has it that Tulsidas had to face a lot of criticism from the sanskrit scholars of Varanasi for being a bhasha(vernacular) poet. However, Tulsidas remained steadfast in his resolve for simplifying the knowledge of the Vedas and Upanishads to the common people and was subsequently accepted by all. The writing of Ramcharit manas also heralded many a cultural tradition, most significantly that of the tradition of Ramlila, the dramatic enactment of the text.


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