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1 S.P. Bahadur
Dohavali: Eng.trans. An anthology of verses on Dharma and Morality (Complete Works of Goswami Tulsidas, Vol. IV)
Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 1997; 812150709X / 9788121507097; Reprint; Hardbound; New; New; 
Dohavali contains 573 Dohas (couplets) based on dharma and morality. Dharma is a corollary of religion and morality is a corollary of dharma. All religions enjoin moral codes of living for human beings. Tulsidas commences Dohavali by reiterating his faith in Saguna Rama, designating him to be the Divine Author of Morality. He describes illusions and emotions of earthly life. He compares the Glory of Love to the chaatak bird's legendary unswerving devotion to a few drops of autumn's rain to allay its thirst. In this background of religion and dharma, Tulsidas enumerates specific moral qualities relevant to social life, individual behaviours and collective moralities concerning responsibilities of the state towards its citizens and duties to the state. The work concludes with a short epilogue. Printed Pages: 167. 000390

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2 S.P. Bahadur
Gitavali: Eng. Trans. (Complete Works of Goswami Tulsidas, Vol. III)
Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 1996; 8121506697 / 9788121506694; Reprint; Hardbound; New; New; 
Gitavali is of special significance to a devotee of Lord Rama. The Lord declared both in Ramacharitmanasa (VII.46) and in Srimad Bhagavadgita (IX.14) that by chanting His Glories one attains His Divine Bliss. Tulsi sings of the glory of the Saguna Form of Rama in highest ecstasy. He depicts the entire Creation: birds, beasts, Blossoms, trees, skies, clouds, fragrant breezes, day, night, Sun, Moon and stars paying obeisance to Rama, the Incarnated Lord of the Universe. Tulsi's love for Ayodhya is apparent in Gitavali. He sings of many events from the Deeds of Rama pertaining to Ayodhya. His songs of Holi, Diwali and jhoola (swing) festivals are unique. Printed Pages: 267. 000388

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3 S.P. Bahadur
Kavitavali: Eng. Trans. (Complete Works of Goswami Tulsidas, Vol. V)
Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 1997; 8121507022 / 9788121507028; Reprint; Hardbound; New; New; 
Kavitavali is an anthology of poems containing 325 verses. The first part comprises Rama-katha (Deeds of Rama) in which some events from the life of Rama are briefly narrated in 142 verses, bringing out the Purushottama aspect of Rama. The second part comprises Rama-guna-gatha (Glory of Qualities of Rama) in 183 verses. Hailing the Glory of Rama is a feature of bhakti sadhana (discipline of Devotion) of which Tulsidas was an ardent exposition. Printed Pages: 000389

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4 S.P. Bahadur
Minor Works: Baravai Ramayana, Janaki Mangal, Ramalala Nahachhu, Ramajna Prashna, Parvati Mangal, Krishna Gitavali, Hanuman Bahuka, Hanuman Chalisa, Sankata Mochana, and Vairagya Sandipini: Eng. Trans. ( Complete Works of Goswami Tulsidas, Vol. VI )
Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 1998; 8121507057 / 9788121507059; Reprint; Hardbound; New; New; 
In ten short works contained in this volume, Tulsi composes verses on themes which evaluate his religious perspectives. Only three of these works are based on the deeds of Rama: In Baravai Ramayana, the rapture of devotion in the Name of Rama is brought out; in Ramalala Nahachhu Tulsi reiterates his faith in the Saguna form of Rama; in Ramajna Prashna, he ostensibly reads omens from the Deeds of Rama but concludes that all welfare depends on the devotion of Rama. Three of the works: Sankata Mochana, Hanuman Bahuka and Hanuman Chalisa are dedicated to Sri Hanuman. Tulsi's avowed principle was 'greater than Lord, the Lord's devotee take to be.' In the long poem Janaki Mangal Tulsi sings of the wedding ceremony of adi-shakti Sita to Rama. In Parvati Mangal, he departs from the story of Rama and sings on the wedding ceremony of adarsha-nari Parvati to Lord Shiva. In Vairagya Sandipini Tulsi observes that vairagya is not renunciation of the worldly duties but of Ego and bonds of 'I and mine.' Krishna Gitavali is a work totally unconnected with the story of Rama, the only common link between them being the supremacy of devotion and bhakti which is the reason for this work finding place in this anthology. Printed Pages:218. 024542

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5 S.P. Bahadur
Ramacharitmanasa: Eng. Trans. (Complete Works of Goswami Tulsidas, Vol. I)
Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 2008; 8121506352 / 9788121506359; Reprint; Hard Cover; New; New; 
Ramacharitmanasa is the magnum opus of Tulsidas. It has the distinction of being the only work in Hindi which is widely accepted as a Scripture. Translation of Ramacharitmanasa is difficult, because its simple verses contain, as it were between lines, theological expositions of the Rama symbol. The literal equivalent is sometimes unsuited to the theological intent. An attempt has been made in this translation to preserve the original without impairing the theological content. The serialization of dohas in the translation is according to Ramacharitmanasa published by Gita Press. Some parts of the original text not connected with the deeds of Rama have been abridged. Such dohas have not been serialized. It is hoped that this volume will stimulate in some measure devotion to Rama which Tulsi desired to convey. Printed Pages: 444. 031753

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6 S.P. Bahadur
Vinaya Patrika: A Letter of Plaint: Eng. Trans. (Complete Works of Goswami Tulsidas, vol. II)
Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 1995; 8121506344 / 9788121506342; Reprint; Hardbound; New; New; 
In Vinaya Patrika Tulsi submits a mercy petition in the court of Rama. Ostensibly he is the plaintiff but evidently he represents humanity. His complaint is against Kaliyuga who has abetted with maya to cause turbulence on earth driving mankind inexorably in the net of delusion and inevitable life-death cycles. In such times discernment through knowledge, yoga, renunciation have receded and bounty of Rama's causeless mercy is the only recourse for redemption. Ramacharitmanasa is a scripture of the Rama, Symbol of Divinity, Vinaya Patrika is a scripture of devotion in the Rama tradition. It is an important work for evaluating Tulsi's religious viewpoint. His hymns analysing onslaught of 'adversaries of virtue'. helplessness of mankind in withstanding passions, fervent prayers in the vinaya mode of devotion, cannot fail to reveal the infallibility of divine love, of which Tulsi was one of the most ardent exponents. Vinaya Patrika has no thematic content but has many mythological references. Asterisks (*) against verses in the text indicates availability of more information on these references in Explanatory Notes contained in the volume. Printed Pages: 355. 000393

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