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Sunderkand is a chapter from the Ramcharitmanas which is written by the revered poet Goswami Tulsidas. It is one of the seven kands (sections) of what constitutes the epic Ramayana and it is believed that reciting Sunderkand on a regular basis can help ward off evils, remove obstacles in path and bestows one with happiness and prosperity. Sunderkand is one such text that mentions about a devotee’s victory. It highlights how Lord Hanuman crossed the ocean and survived the obstacles during his journey to Lanka to find Sita Maa. Since Lord Hanuman was successful in his mission to gather information about Sita, this chapter also depicts the wisdom and vigour of Lord Hanuman. Sunderkand also mentions a few significant life lessons. In Sunderkand, Lord says “Nirmal Man Jan So Mohe Paava, Mohe Kapat Chhal Chidra Na Bhaava,” which means that like himself, the Lord also likes those devotees who have a pure mind and noble thoughts.
Reciting Sunderkand does not only offer mental peace but also gives one the strength and determination to carry out their tasks. It can help you get rid of all your problems, grant your wishes and protect you from the malefic effects of unfavourable planetary positions. By reciting the verse given below daily, you can get relief from your sufferings.
Atulit Baldhamam Haim Shilabdeham
Danujvankrishanu Gyaninamgraganayam Sakalgunnidhanam
Vanaram Dhisham Raghupati Priya Bhaktam Vaatjaatam Namami
You can chant Sundarkand daily in the morning or evening. It has a lot of benefits which are as follows:
It gives peace and keeps tensions at bay. It can remove hurdles from your path and help you achieve success in your tasks.
It is very beneficial for restoring peace and harmony on the domestic front and also removes negativity.
If you don’t feel confident or get scared of things, then recital of Sunderkand will help you get rid of your fears and will make you more confident.
It can help improve your financial situation.
It protects against diseases and ensures good health.
It also confers moksha on the devotees.