Ramayana: A Tale of Gods and Demons

Ramayana A Tale of Gods and Demons From the kingdom of Ayodhya to the isle of Lanka we are transported to a land that has inspired morality and spiritual tradition for thousands of years On the eve if his enthronement Rama the belov

  • Title: Ramayana: A Tale of Gods and Demons
  • Author: Ranchor Prime B.G. Sharma
  • ISBN: 9781932771022
  • Page: 419
  • Format: Paperback
  • From the kingdom of Ayodhya to the isle of Lanka, we are transported to a land that has inspired morality and spiritual tradition for thousands of years On the eve if his enthronement, Rama, the beloved prince of Ayodhya, is banished to the forest as a result of a sinister plot Along with his wife Sita and brother Lakshmana, Rama accepts his destiny and departs as the kiFrom the kingdom of Ayodhya to the isle of Lanka, we are transported to a land that has inspired morality and spiritual tradition for thousands of years On the eve if his enthronement, Rama, the beloved prince of Ayodhya, is banished to the forest as a result of a sinister plot Along with his wife Sita and brother Lakshmana, Rama accepts his destiny and departs as the kingdom mourns his loss His exile, however, proves to have a deeper meaning as Rama becomes the protector of the forest sages and sparks the fury of Ravana, the seemingly invincible demon who terrorizes both humans and gods alike In a vengeful act, Ravana kidnaps Sita, taking her across the ocean to Lanka Now Rama, with the help of an army of monkeys, must fight to reclaim his dear bride and his honor.

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    1. It's almost impossible to escape the story if you are even remotely tied to Indian culture. The story is so wide spread and inculcated at an early age that people take it in and breathe it out like air.So, even though I'd never read it, I knew about Rama and Sita and Hanuman. I knew about the trials and the battles and the sacrifice and devotion. But Prime's prosaic translation may be an underwhelming way to take in the powerful poetry and epic scale of it all it is just as effective in conveyin [...]

    2. "Whoever hears the noble story of Rama's deeds will be blessed with success in this life and peace in the next."

    3. A story of love, honor, pain and desire, the "Ramayana" delves into the mystic world of ancient Hindu mythology, influencing the majority of Hindus and those who read it. This version of the story, "Ramayana- A tale of Gods and Demons" by Ranchor Prime, is translated into english, and is simplified with added illustrations, making it readable and enjoyable, including for children.The story has a very mystic view on things, with no science backing up the events in this story, which as a result en [...]

    4. Very beautiful and sophisticated illustrations but the literature itself is cut down a little too much, so you can't really appreciate the story without some background knowledge of the actual novel beforehand. If you already read Ramayana, then this one is a very good choice I guess, as again, the focus of the whole book is all the paintings, not the story itself.

    5. This is the most wonderful story of love, loss, duty, honor and devotion. This version is short, concise and easy to read but still maintains the messages of this beloved story that has had a profound impact on everyone who has read it over the centuries. Read it again and again - it's like the bedtime story that you asked your parents to read to you every night.

    6. The story is ancient, which always makes it difficult to relate to. However, the illustrations are fantastic, which makes it easier to slip into the world of the story.

    7. I just wanted to get the basic story and I enjoyed this easy-to-read retelling of this great tale. The illustrations were a lot of fun.

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