Biography of Rajaram Ramachandran
Rajaram was born on 13-7-31 at Madras (Now Chennai) , India and is now settled at Mumbai, India
His interest is both studying and writing Poems. The first poem in English, 'A Song of the World' was written by him in the year 1965. Thereafter, he has written many story poems for the children, humourous poems for the adults and spiritual poems for the elders.
In his poems, wood, stone, bird, animals, stars, moon, sun, ocean, and trees-they speak.
He has written 'RAMAYANA' the great epic Indian story in easily readable English verses, which have become very popular and are posted here for the reading pleasure of all the poetry lovers.
He has also written in simple English poem several other ancient epic stories-Krishna Leela, Mahabarat, Silappadigaram or the Killer Anklet, Manimegalai-the details of which can be found in his website divinechannel.in
His biggest contribution to poemhunter is the stories from the Holy Bible posted under his pen name 'Simple Simon'
His latest addition to the poemhunter is the French Story 'Saint Bernadette Soubirous, ' based on the novel 'The Song of Bernadette, ' which came as a black and white film sixty years back.(The role of Bernadette was played by the famous actress Jennifer Jones) .
Till date (31-08-2009) , he has written 18 poetry books: (1) Ramayana, (2) Mahabharata, (3) Krishna Leela, (4) Silappadigaram or the Killer Anklet, (5) Manimegalai, (6) Adi Sankara, (7) Sakuntala, (8) Nala, (9) Harichandra, (10) Meera (11) Saint Thyagaraja, (12) The Holy Bible, (13) Saint Bernadette Sobirous, (14) A Bouquet of Oriental Poems. (15) Gautama Buddha. (16) Swami Vivekananda, (17) Mother Teresa (18) Srila Prabhupada, (19) Andal, (20) Lava Kusa
A vist to his website www.divinechannel.in will give a fair idea of some of his works.
The Reader's comments may kindly be sent to his email address: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Rajaram Ramachandran's Works:
His Ramayana in English poetry has been published and has become very popular, particulary among the children and the students, for its simplicity and clarity in the presentation of the entire story briefly.
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Rajaram Ramachandran Poems
(harichandran) 01 The Prayer Songs.
This story is from the famous epic Mahabharat and has been retold by many authours in several languages. The Father of Nation, Mahatma Gandhi loved this story for its moral that speaks of faith in the truth, honesty and courage. Some 600 years ago, a famous Tamil Poet Veerakavirayar wrote in Tamil Harichandran Puranam in the Tamil Venba style. He was an Aasu Kavi (Spontaneous Poet) next to Kalamegam of ancient times. It is next to impossible to translate his work in English word by word. He has written more than 1000 verses running to more than 600 pages. I have, however, brought in some of his excellence in about 76 pages in my own simple style for the reading pleasure of the world poetry lovers. The readers are requested to send their comments to my email address: firstname.lastname@example.org, for which I will be grateful to them. The story goes starting with a prayer song to Gods in the heaven. Prayer to Lord Ganesh.
#(Buddha) 01 The Birth Of Gautama Bud...
Gautama Buddha was the founder of Buddhism Religion. He was born in 560 BC and died at the age of 80 in 480 BC. His life story is known to the world as a popular reformer in the spiritual world. His life story goes: GAUTAMA BUDDHA
Marriage's Made In Heaven
To make a glass cup It takes few minutes, But to break it up, It takes split seconds.
##01 (Vivekananda) The Birth Of Hindui...
SWAMI VIVEKANANDA (A brief introduction) Swami Vivekananda (Narendranath Datta) was born on 12-01-1863 at Kolkata and died on 04-07-1902 at 39 years of age. He was a disciple of Guru Ramakrishna Paramahamsa, who worshiped Mother Kali. Swamiji was the first religious ambassador to America, in which land he was recognized for his talents and deep knowledge in the Hindu ancient scriptures and religion. He was advocating for Universal Religion. Every world citizen should read his speeches in 9 Volumes released by the Ramakrishna Mission Association.. His life story starts with the Birth of Hinduism.
A Cow Tells Its Story
A cow was tied to a peg But allowed to go on its legs. Its rope moved in cycle. It grazed inside this circle,
#(Buddha) 02 Gautama Buddha's Parents
Gautama Buddha was born, In the year 560 BC, as a son To King Suddhodana, his father, And Queen Maya, his mother.
A Bud Crushed Under The Foot
The day’s newspaper shook my heart. I can only shed a tear on my part. A heartless father shot his daughter. It was like an animal slaughter.
#26 (Thyagaraja) A Surprise Visit
Late one night, an old man Came with his old woman And his servant to visit Thyagaraja, the Saint.
(harichandran) 03 The Famous Ayodhya
Ayodhya, the Capital City Was famous for its gaiety, With its entrance gates Shining like ornaments.
Know The Game Of Life
A rich man built up a stadium, In a ground to play every game. On the day of inauguration, There was a big congregation.
(harichandran) 04 The King's Wedding (I...
After paying tax, other kings left. King Harichandran then kept For counseling a few courtiers On some important matters.
##04 (Vivekananda) The Young Narendra
Time waited for none. Years rolled on and on. Child Narendra grew up well, As a boy strong and tall.
A Day For The Lord
'Oh, Lord! By morn, I blossom, And by eve, I wither, Then, of what use, I'm? ' Cried the fluttering flower.
#(Buddha) 30 Pataki, The Outcaste
Once, Ananda, the disciple, Who was thirsty, went to a well To drink water and saw on the spot, A girl drawing water in her pot.
No Loss No Gain
The candle melts itself,
And the wick burns itself,
Just to give us away its light.
The incense stick ashes itself,
And turns to smoke itself,
Just to give us its aroma.
The sandalwood grinds itself,