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Dating the divine
Times of India

Dating the divine

The Ramayana and Mahabharata make sense only when the concepts of rebirth and karma are presupposed. But by charting their chronology, the Indian Council of Historical Research is overlooking this unique, timeless perspective. God created the ... Times of India, 4 days ago

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Month of Ramayanabegins in Kerala

Statesman News Service Thiruvananthapuram, 17 July As Malayalammonth Karkitakamdawned today, Hindu homes and temples in Keralaresonated with the recital of the Ramayana. The famous Malayalamversion of the Ramayanatitled Adhyatma ...
 The Statesman1 week ago Now it is 'Ramayana month' in Kerala  Topnews.in2 weeks ago Now it is `Ramayana month` in Kerala  Zee News2 weeks ago ‘Ramayana month’ begins in Kerala  Asia Net India2 weeks ago
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Daily Bhaskar

25 unknown facts about Lord Rama, Sita, Raavan and Lakshman

One gets to know a lot about Lord Rama, Lakshman, Sita and Raavan in many texts written in Valmiki Ramayana and all of it is considered to be most accurate. However, there are some other interesting things mentioned in Valmiki Ramayana, which ...
 Daily Bhaskar3 days ago Lord Rama had never gone to Sita's swayamvar! 25 such facts are  Daily Bhaskar1 month ago 6 reasons for Raavan's death  Daily Bhaskar6 days ago
New Indian Express

Ramayana Through The Eyes of A Spy

CHENNAI: When you look at him, you may mistake him for a college student. But, wait a second; he's an economist and apparently, the youngest Indian to have given a new version of one of India's greatest epics Ramayana. Aged 25, M R Sharan, the ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago

Ramayana as history? Indian textbooks in grey zone again

t hasn't been the easiest week for history buffs. First, a few upstanding citizens of Twitter mucked up the Gaza debate rather expertly. Arabs are evil and must be rooted out, Israel deserves "payback"; you get the drift. Stentorian headmaster and ...
 The Sunday Guardian1 week ago
New Indian Express

An auditory tradition pays tribute to the epics

BANGALORE: Talamaddale. an ancient form of Yakshagana from coastal regions of Karnataka, revolves around epics like the Ramayana and Mahabharata. Traditionally, it's not rehearsed— artistes, who are well versed in these scriptures and literary ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago
Times of India

Understanding the Ramayana through Sita's eyes

Outstanding! There can be no other adjective for this book.
 Times of India2 weeks ago Penguin Books releases Devdutt Pattanaik's Ramayana retelling  Digital Journal3 weeks ago Book review: Understanding the Ramayana through Sita's eyes  Businessgyan1 month ago BOOK REVIEW  Woman's Era1 month ago
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We all need an exit

In the epic Ramayana, written in Tamil by the famous poet Kamban, the poet endows Rama with the following approximate translation: when he lets Ravana off at the end of a day's battle, he says "Go today and come tomorrow". Some scholars have debated ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
First Post.com

‘When the world somersaults about you’

Vikram Balagopal says his dynamic reimagining of the Mahabharata and Ramayana as a graphic novel, Simian is a product of the questions that cropped up in his multiple readings Vikram Balagopal has reimagined the epics as a kinetic graphic novel, Simian ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago Ramayana to be Retold in Graphic Novel Format  Outlook1 month ago Ramayana retold from Hanuman's point of view  First Post.com1 month ago Now, Ramayana retold in graphic format  Press Trust of India1 month ago
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Your Ashwamedha yagya

The Ramayana is not just a story which happened some time. It has a philosophical, spiritual significance and a deep truth in it. King Dasharatha had three wives. Dasharatha means one who can run ten chariots at a time. Your body is Dasharatha, the ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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