Author: K N SubramanianPublisher: Samata Books/AdvaitaYear: 2003Language: Bi-LingualPages: 125ISBN/UPC (if available): N/A
Sri Hanuman-the great devotee and servant of Sri Rama is also a supreme strategist-a nay a pandita. It is to him primarily Sugriva and Vibhishana owe their thrones. Sri Rama's might played only a secondary role. Hanuman and Rama and to a lesser extent Hanuman and Sugriva had an insight into the working of the mind of one another and the convergent thinking that manifested between them decisively shaped the outcome of their endeavours. HANUMAN, the MOST SAGACIOUS, following Valmiki's authentic version, focuses precisely on the skill of Hanuman as a shrewd tactician-as a king maker in modern parlance.
Preface Note Foreword 1. Dhyana Slokas of Hanuman 2. Hanuman, the Most Sagacious 3. Introduction 4. Hanuman's Childhood 5. Hanuman Meets Rama 6. Hanuman Unites Rama and Sugriva 7. Hanuman's Southward Search 8. Hanuman Leaps Over the Sea 9. Hanuman's Exploits in Lanka 10. Hanuman Discovers Sita 11. Hanuman's Encounter with Ravana 12. Hanuman Reports to Rama 13. Vibhishana's Surrender to Rama 14. Hanuman's Feats in the Battle 15. Hanuman's Prayer to Rama 16. The 'Failures' of Hanuman 17. Hanuman's Meeting with Bhima 18. Hanuman's Laws of Right Action Appendix IAppendix II Appendix III Srinivasa Sastri's Talk