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'Ramayana' to be made in English
TheWeek

'Ramayana' to be made in English

The story of Ramayana has been told and retold through TV series, movies, cartoons and animation films multiple times but now three young filmmakers are adapting the classic in English to cater to the global audience. Directors Vineet Sinha and ... TheWeek, 1 month ago
Ramayana to be made in English Hawkindia.com, 1 month ago
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A nation under siege

Yet another bloodbath, yet another day of mourning. It is the Pakistan story so regularly repeated that we have forgotten the count. From the Peshawar school massacre, to the Lahore park explosion, it is children who are bearing the brunt of the ...
 South Asia Monitor1 month ago

The never-ending story in Bangladesh

First, a story that ironically came out just as we passed our 45th birthday as an independent and free nation: In a village in Chandpur, it was discovered that women haven't been voting for generations because an Indian pir had come in the 70s and ...
 South Asia Monitor1 month ago
Times of India

History, myth or fiction: Where's the truth?

'Once upon a time, there was a king called Rama...' We all know the same story of the victory of good over evil. But what if the story started with a different protagonist - Ravana? How interesting would it be to read Ravana's side of the story or ...
 Times of India1 month ago
The Hindu

"Ramayana" to be made into an English film

Cost of making the film likely to be twice that of India's most expensive films, about USD 50 million The story of Ramayana has been told and retold through TV series, movies, cartoons and animation films multiple times but now three young ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
Mid Day

Devdutt Pattanaik: A political Durga

By Devdutt Pattanaik | Posted 27-Feb-2016 The story of Durga comes to us from the Sanskrit Devi Mahatmaya or Chandi Patha that is part of the Markandeya Purana and is around 1,500 years old. Her icons are also traced to the same period. Some ...
 Mid Day2 months ago Devdutt Pattanaik: Leveraging the Aryans  Mid Day1 month ago

Imbued with oodles of grace

The Ramayana, which is beyond any religion, has been eulogised with intense devotion by poets like Sant Tulsidas. He composed his prodigious work, Ram Charit Manas, in Awadhi — a dialect of Hindi — in the 16th century when the Bhakti movement ...
 The Statesman3 hours ago

Window To Culture

Did you know that the art of shadow puppetry originated in Kerala, and has its roots in mythology? Apparently, Goddess Bhadrakali, one of the most aggressive forms of the Devi,was upset that she could not witness the fight between Rama and Ravana as ...
 Speaking Tree11 hours ago

A Filipino Ramayana dazzles on the Asean stage

The Integrated Performing Arts Guild's Maranao take on the Indian epic gets hailed as the best Ramayana in the festival SHARES: Recommended By: Walter Ang (Contributor), April 30th, 2016 02:00 AM Scene from Ipag's Sita: The Ramayana ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer11 hours ago

Play of mudras and melody

Enthralling Kathakali, music and dance recitals were the highlights of a festival at Kottakkal Viswambhara Temple. Kathakali enthusiasts were treated to five nights of Kathakali performances as part of a week-long cultural fiesta at Kottakkal ...
 The Hindu1 day ago
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