Process Industry Consultant / Soft Skill
Training And Development
Bhardwaj Ramesh
Behavioral Training & Yoga
Hr Manager
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Dear Friends,
Ramayana, the sacred book is read at most of the houses. This month is celebrated as Ramayana month and Ramleela is played in the country. The book describes the heroic efforts of Lord Rama to kill the evil demon Ravana. Though it is a religious book, it also teaches us management and leadership lessons. An entrepreneur can implement these lessons to see his startup grow as a successful enterprise.

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Our All Holy books are not merely story or tales. They are teaching way to live life in any era, in any circumstances. Of course Ramayan telachs us about ideal Relationship between
Husband-Wife , Father-Son , Brother-Brother, Swami-Sevak , Raja-Praja, Nar -Vanar ,
Bhakt-Bhagvan, Guru-Raja, ..... and so on .
You made a great presentation, Congretulation
----- H.H.Chauhan

Dear Mr Bhardwaj Ramesh

Very good effort.

Cite HR is browsed from all over the World.

For the benefit of the fraternity at large slides can be made on the following as well.

Some of the Learnings that came to my mind are


Righteousness – Rama’s behavior

Renouncement – Bharatha’s renouncing of the kingdom

Commitment - Lakshmana’s service to Rama and Seetha

Friendship – Rama and Guha, Rama and Sugreev, Rama and Vibhishan

Chastity – Seetha

Courage and Valour – Rama and Lakshmana

Motivation – to praise Hanuman and make him fly to Lanka

Communication- Hanuman’s narration to Rama 'Seen Seetha...

Training – Vishwamitra trains Rama and Lakshmana in Archery and warfare

Scholarship - Rama and Lakshmana in gurukul

Loyalty – Khumbakarna in showing his allegiance to his brother

Obedience – Rama going to forest without grumbling

Patience – Rama’s waiting for Samudra Raj to respond

Promise – made by Rama to redeem and give Sugreeva his lost kingdom

Planning – the attack on Lanka

Sacrifice - Jatayu unsuccessfully fighting Ravana

Humility – Hanuman in his achievements

On spending time many more can be brought out.

Like wise the DON'TS list also will be a big one.

Thank you very much for the post.

V.Raghunathan..................................... ......................Navi Mumbai

Dear Fiiends,
Thanks for your comments.
Dear HHC and V R Excellent thoughts you have provided. .These are very excellent thoughts and lessons we must adopt in our day to day personal and and professional life.
Thanks again for very very valuable virtues.

The truth is we are all aware about the 'Do's & Dont's' of Success! but followers are few, As rightly indicated slowly & steadily the world is falling back on the conventional methods of understanding the basic fact 'Believe' & 'Patience' and things will fall in place. Ramayana or any other epic simply explains the 'said' fact with due deligince.
Thanks Ramesh for your effort in sharing this great thought.

Excellent Presentation, and points well covered...!
Also, I loved the points made by Raghunathan Sir, a few posts above, regarding the different other aspects that can be covered in the presentation. Nice thought, sincerely appreciated...! :-)

Please substitue in slide 8 as follows:
"Rama said that the horses of the chariot are strength, energy, and passion and zeal."
This is suggested because you have suggested four traits .
In another context - you can start straight like this : There is no greater strength than enthusiasm. You can cut the first line.
Dont mistake me. I am suggesting this only to add value.
Yours in training

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