Backdrop to the beginning of Sunderkand:- When the Vanar sena were searching for Sitaji and reached the south coast in their search. Ramkaj kine bina mohe kahan vishram!! Jaat pawansuth devan dekha, Jane kahoon bal buddhi bisesha! Sursa nam ahin ke mata, pathain aaye kahi thehi bata! Learning Feasibility Study, assessment of the problem areas, competition, a new territory, survey to determine and estimate the demand, finding solution, assessing the need for launching a new product or service etc.
Very Important verse for the top management Sachiv, Baid, Guru teen jo preya bolen bhay aas! Raj, Dharm, Tan teen kar hoie baigaye nash!! Learning The management should build and encourage an inclusive and participative style of mamangement, difference of opinion should be welcomed and should not be viewed as non cooperation, an autocratic leadership will lead to business loss and will eventually lead to self destruction.
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Like this: Like Loading This entry was posted in Management lessons from the Ramayana. Bookmark the permalink. April 8, at am. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here More than the instance or the incident, it is the intent that defines ethics. While those big volumes and references in management literature may not be able to vividly explain ethics or do justice to the subject, the ancient Indian scriptural text Ramcharitmanas , the saga of life and times of lord Ram written by Goswami Tulsidas, can be a valid reference book on ethics. The country recently celebrated Ram Navami and it is time to draw lessons from the classical text.
A society is said to be ideal when the social actors perform their acts in the ideal way. That is to say that they play the roles assigned to them in the right way. But what is the right way is often not clear and ethical dilemmas arise. Reading the Ramcharitmanas may offer clear insights into what is right and what is wrong for a particular role.
The greatest difficulty is that the same person performs many roles, and dilemmas arise when the demands of one role come in conflict with the demands of another role. Ramcharitmanas helps us resolve these role conflicts with beautiful insights.
Ram as a son, Ram as husband, Ram as a king, Ram as a brother, and Ram as a father had encountered many such conflicts which were not easy to resolve, yet he could come up to the expectations of all these roles in the best possible way. When Ram was asked to go into exile, he had options. Yet he chose the ideal path. Similarly, Bharat, his younger brother, also had many ethical dilemmas but he resolved them in the most objective and ideal way. At times, for a casual reader, the actions of these persons would appear to be out of sync on standards of social desirability.
But that is the precise lesson of Ramcharitmanas. Socially desirable may not always be ethically desirable. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email.
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India — challenges and opportunities Uncategorized. Jaaki sahej swas shruti chari, so hari padh yeh koutuk bhari Vidya Binay Nipun Gun seela, Khelanhi khel sakal nripa leela. Praatkaal uthi ke raghunatha, matu pita guru naaviye maatha. VERSE Baalkanda, part 4 The verse says, that every morning for him would start with paying respectful greetings to his father, mother and the teacher.
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