My Favourite Book Brief Essay

My Favourite Book Brief Essay

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Brief Essay My Favourite Book

My Favourite Book Brief Essay
➽ At our age our reading is necessarily limited. Moreover, many of us are not great readers. My reading has so far been confined to a few books.

I found a collection of Premchand's stories excellent reading. Hindi translations of some Bengali novels also appealed to me.

But the most interesting book that I have read is the Ram Charit Manas by Tulsidas ( My Favourite). The book has rightly been called the 'Bible of Mankind'.

Tulsidas lived in the golden age of Akbar the Great. At about the same time in England, Shakespeare was writing his immortal plays.

➽ What is the secret of the charm of the Ram Charit Manas, popularly known as the Ramayana ? First of all there is the inspired ease and simplicity of style.

Tulsidas was a saint and his poetry has a hectared accent. The melody of the Ramayana takes ear and heart captive.

The poem is life-like. What is more, it is also life-giving. We feel while reading this poem that our life is being enriched.

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➽ Tulsidas has great powers as a narrative poet. The story of the Ramayana is a fascinating one. Then there is the charm of human relationships appealingly depicted in the Ramayana.
The love of father and son, mother and son, brother and brother, husband and wife.

In the Ramayana, there are animal characters who are also human, e.g., Hanuman, Jamawant (Jambavati), Jatayu and Angada. Tulsidas is unrivaled in making his characters alive and real.

➽ The demons or the Rakshasas (demons) have also been vividly presented. Tulsidas succeeds remarkably well in creating the right atmosphere of the scenes painted by him in this great poem.

The thoughts, the emotions and the inner character of men and women and of the other personages of the poem are made real and convincing by the magic pen of Tulsidas.

We not only read the poem but we also love the poem; so effective is the style. The poem is full of nobility of feeling and thought. It uplifts us.

It humanieses us and it has a touch of divinity. It has joy, moral power, pathos and the play of other human feelings and emotions. It is among the few greatest books of the world.

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