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Lord Rama

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Item Code: HAW721
Author: Sunita Pant Bansal
Publisher: Diamond Books, Delhi
Language: English
Edition: 2007
ISBN: 9788189182144
Pages: 143
Other Details 8.5x5.5 inch
Weight 194 gm
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Ramayana, undoubtedly, is the most popular epic of India. It is the greatest human testament in Indian mythology. The saga of Rama's life and its poetic rendition in several languages speak volumes of its genial, abiding and deep influence on millions of people not only in India but also in the whole of South-East Asia. Its loud message of the ultimate victory of good over evil is universal and cuts across all kinds of possible boundaries.

This book presents the Rama story in its bare essentials. It is the best book on morals, human values and ideals that can be placed with much hope and confidence before our young generation. It will surely inspire them to be more righteous, honest, dutiful and be a real repository of what is best in Indian thought and culture.


The Ramayana and the Mahabharata are the major treasures of the Indian heritage. Out of these two, the Ramayana enjoys a greater measure of respect than the Mahabharatha as a devotional epic of major proportions. Although, in the Ramayana, Rama has been projected as the ideal godman and in the Mahabharata Lord Krishna has been projected as the supreme deity through the medium of the tale of the Kauravas and the Pandavas, the Ramayana enjoys greater mass appal because the character of its chief protagonist Ram is immensely imitable-both from the individual and the societal viewpoints.

In his composition of the Complete (Sampaurna) Ramayana, the ancient poet Valmiki presented Rama as the ideal godman. By doing so, he laid down a great cultural foundation, from where others took off. Subsequent to this, the epic of Rama continued to be moulded and remoulded in varied forms and guises. The followers of the Jain religion presented this great epic in their own distinctive way. Many creative persons have tried to present this epic in their own distinctive way, while preserving its core values. Goswami Tulsidas transformed the story of Rama into a practical and immensely popular centre of devotion. The Rama they presented is worth worshipping and his characteristics are eminently imitable. After Goswami Tulsidas, the influence of Ram continued to be experienced by many people in a variety of ways. In this vast ocean of emotion, the poets gave due attention to the weak/neglected areas and gave them renewed attention. As a result, further additions were made to the epic.

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