Rajaram Ramachandran

Gold Star - 14,846 Points (13-7-31 (see reverse) / Chennai born, now at Juhu, Mumbai, India)

Rajaram Ramachandran Poems

441. Tirukkural Chapter 126 - Couplets 7,8,9,10 12/31/2016
442. Tirukkural Chapter 127 - Couplets 1,2,3 1/1/2017
443. Tirukkural Chapter 127 - Couplets 4,5,6 1/1/2017
444. Tirukkural Chapter 127- Couplets 7,8,9,10 1/1/2017
445. Tirukkural Chapter 128 - Couplets 1,2,3 1/2/2017
446. Tirukkural Chapter 128 - Couplets 4,5,6 1/2/2017
447. Tirukkural Chapter 128 - Couplets 7,8,9,10 1/2/2017
448. Tirukkural Chapter 129 - Couplets 1,2,3 1/3/2017
449. Tirukkural Chapter 129 - Couplets 4,5,6 1/3/2017
450. Tirukkural Chapter 129 - Couplets 7,8,9,10 1/3/2017
451. Tirukkural Chapter 130 - Couplets 1,2,3 1/4/2017
452. Tirukkural Chapter 130 - Couplets 4,5,6 1/4/2017
453. Tirukkural Chapter 130 - Couplets 7,8,9,10 1/4/2017
454. Tirukkural Chapter 131 - Couplets 1,2,3 1/5/2017
455. Tirukkural Chapter 131 - Couplets 4,5,6 1/5/2017
456. Tirukkural Chapter 131 - Couplets 7,8,9,10 1/5/2017
457. Tirukkural Chapter 132 - Couplets 1,2,3 1/6/2017
458. Tirukkural Chapter 132 - Couplets 4,5,6 1/6/2017
459. Tirukkural Chapter 132 - Couplets 7,8,9,10 1/6/2017
460. Tirukkural Chapter 133 - Couplets 1,2,3 1/7/2017
461. Tirukkural Chapter 133 - Couplets 4,5,6 1/7/2017
462. Tirukkural Chapter 133 - Couplets 7,8,9,10 1/7/2017
463. Spgm 001 - Silappadigaram, The Killer Anklet 1/24/2017
464. Spgm 002 - The Kannagi Statue 1/24/2017
465. Spgm 003 - Brief Story Poem 1/24/2017
466. Spgm 004 - Narration By Poet Sathanar 1/24/2017
467. #04 (Thyagaraja) His First Song 7/25/2009
468. #07 (Thyagaraja) The Saint's Married Life 7/28/2009
469. #14 (Thyagaraja) Rama Taps The Door 8/4/2009
470. #15 (Thyagaraja) Gift From Sage Narada 8/5/2009
471. #19 (Thyagaraja) Gifts From The King 8/9/2009
472. #23 (Thyagaraja) Obeisance To Great Persons 8/13/2009
473. #28 (Thyagaraja) Dead Man Came Alive 8/18/2009
474. #30 (Thyagaraja) The Saint's Last Days 8/20/2009
475. #(Buddha) 10 Sight Of A Mendicant 9/4/2009
476. ##12 (Vivekananda) The Guru And The Disciple (Ii) 11/5/2009
477. ##13 (Vivekananda) The Guru And The Disciple (Iii) 11/6/2009
478. ##14 (Vivekananda) Tragedy At Home 11/7/2009
479. ##09 (Vivekananda) Guru Ramakrishna (I) 11/2/2009
480. ##16 (Vivekananda) In The Company Of Master 11/9/2009

Comments about Rajaram Ramachandran

  • Sriranjani Mohan (3/18/2005 12:39:00 AM)

    Rajaram Ramachandran writes poems with simple words and shorter lines, finishing with a message at the end of each poem. His poetry appeals to even the students from the middle school. He tells stories to children thro' his poetries. His poems talk about variety of subjects like ethics, philosophy, nature, love, jokes, life history of prominent people, etc. He breaks sentences in such a way that one can easily capture the idea behind each and every stanza, what he wants to say to the people of all walks of life. His 'Ramayana' in particular is a master piece, which every reader would admire for its simplicity and meaningful. His compilation of 'A Boquet of Oriental Poems' contains several Eastern thoughts and practices, mainly meant for the Western world to know more about the Indians way of life. He is one of the modern poets, whose prose poems have reached the nook and corners of the poetry world. Wish him all the success he richly deserves in this field.

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  • Dr John Celes Dr John Celes (2/22/2005 8:06:00 AM)

    'RAMAYANA' in simple poems has been well-written and applauded by a number of great Indian minds.In spiritual poetry, the message is more important than the structure and finer aspects of a literary value.Shri Rajaram Ramachandran has done a splendid job in this direction. Truly, it needed a Raja Ram to versify the story of Bhagwan RAM, a glorious epic, in a simplistic, endearing way.May Lord RAM shower His blessings on poet Rajaram as a token of his love for his great rendition.

  • Krishnakumar Sankaran (11/16/2004 8:06:00 AM)

    I have read only 4 of your poems, and I already don't feel like reading any more. Forced rhymes, unnecessary line breaks, mediocre verse. What's the point of writing more than a 100 poems if you continue making the same mistakes over and over again?

  • Dr John Celes Dr John Celes (5/6/2004 12:36:00 AM)

    'Uncle' RAJARAM R. is the first major, living Indian Poet whom I met by serendipity at the website: www.poemhunter.com.Doubtlessly, he has written more than a hundred wonderful poems with morals and good messages with a religious tenor- maintaining brevity and remaining simplistic throughout- so that they are readable by the average reader of poetry! The Poet has endeavoured to read a lot in depth before selecting the best themes that are most useful to every man. His poems show his greatness and his love of God and his love for all religions and men alike.The best quality I liked in him was his immense condescension at his elderly age of more than seventy when he made a trip to my place to see me and personally congratulate me on my poetic achievements.This is an act of unusual greatness that I simply adore in him. May his poems live for centuries in the coming generations and may readers find solace and the love of God through Shri Rajaram's Poetry forever. God bless him with many more active years! This are my humble comments - Dr John Celes (India) Physician Poet

Best Poem of Rajaram Ramachandran

Marriage's Made In Heaven

To make a glass cup
It takes few minutes,
But to break it up,
It takes split seconds.

We smell the rose
Not by crushing it,
But thro' the nose,
By handling it soft.

The baby with care
Her mother fondles
As she wants to share
Her love with kisses.

Likewise, a marriage
That's made in Heaven,
Confirms a life bondage
Between man and woman.

Marriage's a sacred institution,
A bachelor wants to get in
But feeling it a great burden,
Thereafter, out he wants to run.

The wife's like a rose
The husband should ...

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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,

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