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Pdf Book NameSundarakanda Telugu Pdf
LanguageTelugu
CategoryBook, Religious
Pdf Size17.3 MB
Total Page52
FormatPdf
Author NameMaharshi Valmiki

 

 

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शान्तं शाश्वतमप्रमेयमनघं निर्वाणशान्तिप्रदं

ब्रह्माशम्भुफणीन्द्रसेव्यमनिशं वेदान्तवेद्यं विभुम् ।

रामाख्यं जगदीश्वरं सुरगुरुं मायामनुष्यं हरिं

वन्देऽहं करुणाकरं रघुवरं भूपालचूड़ामणिम्।।1।।

 

नान्या स्पृहा रघुपते हृदयेऽस्मदीये

सत्यं वदामि च भवानखिलान्तरात्मा।

भक्तिं प्रयच्छ रघुपुङ्गव निर्भरां मे

कामादिदोषरहितं कुरु मानसं च।।2।।

 

अतुलितबलधामं हेमशैलाभदेहं

दनुजवनकृशानुं ज्ञानिनामग्रगण्यम्।

सकलगुणनिधानं वानराणामधीशं

रघुपतिप्रियभक्तं वातजातं नमामि।।3।।

 

 

॥ సుందరకాండ సంకల్పం, ధ్యానం ॥

గురుర్బ్రహ్మా గురుర్విష్ణుః గురుర్దేవో మహేశ్వరః |
గురుస్సాక్షాత్ పరం బ్రహ్మ తస్మై శ్రీ గురవే నమః ||

సంకల్పం |
మమ ఉపాత్త సమస్త దురిత క్షయద్వారా మమ మనస్సంకల్ప సిద్ధ్యర్థం శ్రీ సీతారామచంద్ర అనుగ్రహ సిద్ధ్యర్థం శ్రీమద్వాల్మీకీ రామాయణాంతర్గతే సుందరకాండే ___ సర్గ శ్లోక పారాయణం కరిష్యే |

 

 

శ్రీ రామ ప్రార్థనా |

 

 

(శ్రీ రామ స్తోత్రాలు చూ.)
రామాయ రామభద్రాయ రామచంద్రాయ వేధసే |
రఘునాథాయ నాథాయ సీతాయాః పతయే నమః |

రామం లక్ష్మణపూర్వజం రఘువరం సీతాపతిం సుందరమ్
కాకుత్స్థం కరుణార్ణవం గుణనిధిం విప్రప్రియం ధార్మికమ్ |
రాజేంద్రం సత్యసంధం దశరథతనయం శ్యామలం శాంతమూర్తిమ్
వందే లోకాభిరామం రఘుకులతిలకం రాఘవం రావణారిమ్ ||

ఆపదామపహర్తారం దాతారం సర్వసంపదాం |
లోకాభిరామం శ్రీరామం భూయో భూయో నమామ్యహమ్ ||

 

 

శ్రీ ఆంజనేయ ప్రార్థనా –

 

 

(శ్రీ హనుమాన్ స్తోత్రాలు చూ.)

గోష్పదీకృతవారాశిం మశకీకృతరాక్షసం |
రామాయణమహామాలారత్నం వందేఽనిలాత్మజమ్ ||

మనోజవం మారుతతుల్యవేగం
జితేంద్రియం బుద్ధిమతాం వరిష్ఠమ్ |
వాతాత్మజం వానరయూథముఖ్యం
శ్రీరామదూతం శరణం ప్రపద్యే ||

బుద్ధిర్బలం యశో ధైర్యం నిర్భయత్వమరోగితా |
అజాడ్యం వాక్పటుత్వం చ హనూమత్ స్మరణాత్ భవేత్ |

 

శ్రీ వాల్మీకి ప్రార్థనా –

కూజంతం రామ రామేతి మధురం మధురాక్షరమ్ |
ఆరుహ్య కవితాశాఖాం వందే వాల్మీకికోకిలమ్ ||

 

 

 

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In 1968, Prof. Sarabhai came to Thumba on one of his routine visits. He was shown the operation of the nose-cone jettisoning mechanism.
As always, we were all anxious to share the results of our work with prof. Sarabhai. We requested Prof. Sarabhai to formally activate the pyro system through a timer circuit.
Prof. Sarabhai smiled and pressed the button. To our horror, nothing happened. We were dumbstruck. I looked at Pramod Kale, who had designed and integrated the timer circuit.
In a flash, each of us mentally went through an analysis of the failure. We requested Prof. Sarabhai to wait for a few minutes, then we detached the timer device, giving a direct connection to the pyros. Prof. Sarabhaipressed the button again.
The pyros were fired and the nose cone was jettisoned. Prof. Sarabhai congratulated Kale and me, but his expression suggested that his thoughts were elsewhere.
We could not guess what was on his mind. The suspense did not last for long and I got a call from prof. Sarabhai’s secretary to meet him after dinner for an important discussion. Prof. Sarabhai was staying at the Kovalam Palace Hotel, his usual home whenever he was in Trivandrum.
I was slightly perplexed by the summons. Prof. Sarabhai greeted me with his customary warmth. He talked of the rocket launching station, envisaging facilities like launchpads, blockhouses, radar, telemetry, and so on—things which are taken for granted in Indian space research today.
Then he brought up the incident that had occurred that morning. This was exactly what I had feared. My apprehension of reproach from my leader, however, was unfounded. Prof. Sarabhai did not conclude that the failure of the Pyrotimer circuit was the outcome of insufficient knowledge and lack of skill on the part of his people or of faulty understanding at the direction stage.
He asked me instead if we were unenthused by a job that did not pose a sufficient challenge. He also asked me to consider if my work was possibly being affected by any problem of which I was hitherto unaware.
He finally put his finger on the key issue. We lacked a single roof to carry out system integration of all our rocket stages and rocket systems.
Electrical and mechanical integration work was going on with a significant phase difference—both in time and in space.
There was little effort to bring together the disparate work on electrical and mechanical integration. Prof. Sarabhai spent the next hour re-defining our tasks, and, in the small hours of the morning, the decision to set up a RocketEngineering Section was taken.
Mistakes can delay or prevent the proper achievement of the objectives of individuals and organizations, but a visionary like Prof.Sarabhai can use errors as opportunities to promote innovation and the development of new ideas.
He was not especially concerned with the mistake in the timer circuit, least of all with pinning the blame for it. Prof. Sarabhai’s approach to mistakes rested on the assumption that they were inevitable but generally manageable.
It was in the handling of the crises that arose as a consequence that talent could often be revealed. I later realized by experience, that the best way to prevent errors was to anticipate them.
But this time, by a strange twist of fate, the failure of the timer circuit led to the birth of a rocket engineering laboratory.
It was my usual practice to brief Prof. Sarabhai after every MissilePanel Meeting. After attending one such meeting in Delhi on 30 December 1971, I was returned to Trivandrum. Prof. Sarabhai was visiting Thumba that very day to review the SLV design.
I spoke to him on the telephone from the airport lounge about the salient points that had emerged at the panel meeting.
He instructed me to wait at TrivandrumAirport after disembarking from the Delhi flight and to meet him there before his departure for Bombay the same night.
When I reached Trivandrum, a pall of gloom hung in the air. The aircraft ladder operator Kutty told me in a choked voice that Prof.Sarabhai was no more.
He had passed away a few hours ago, following a cardiac arrest. I was shocked to the core; it had happened within an hour of our conversation. It was a great blow to me and a huge loss to Indian science.
That night passed in preparations for airlifting Prof.Sarabhai’s body for the cremation in Ahmedabad. For five years, between 1966 to 1971, about 22 scientists and engineers had worked closely with Prof. Sarabhai. All of them were later to take charge of important scientific projects. Not only was Prof. Sarabhai a great scientist, but also a great leader. I still remember him reviewing the bi-monthly progress of the design projects of SLV-3 in June 1970.

 

 

 

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