Outline Of Ram Katha
Ram Katha consists of seven chapters namely Bal Kand, Ayodhya Kand, Aranya Kand, Kishkindha Kand, Sunder Kand, Lanka Kand and Uttar Kand. Bal kand deals with Bhakti Yoga. The aim and object of Bhakti Yoga is tenderly grooming of human values and human velour by austerity, self discipline, self surrender and getting rid of egoistic tendencies to lead a life of a perfect Nishkam Karmyogi and ultimately to attain the highest goal of life, that is moksha or nirvana. It creates a conducive atmosphere suiting to human nature, making it more and more comfortable, convenient perceptible, conceivable and actionable so that when one gets into Karm Kshetra and is called upon to lead a public life or social life, he should be able to discharge his social and public obligations with highest degree of self confidence and self dedication. Bhakti Yoga is a fore ground for Karma Yoga and Gyan Yoga. Without it, almost it is impossible to lead a life of a perfect Niskam Karmyogi and ultimately a Gyanyogi. The grooming by Bhakti Yoga, develops a balanced personality in its outlook, out of which he maintains a tranquility under any turbulence. Bhakti Marg has got three essential ingredients, namely ideal personality, full faith (shradha) in him and total surrender (samarpan).