Motilal Banarsidass Publ., 2000 - 432 mga pahina
Compared to the western epics, the Ramayana and Mahabharata are more complete story of Hindu, religious, cultural and social imagination and more exact narration of evolutionary rise of man. In this book, William Buck has succeeded better than anyone else in conveying the spirit of the original.The task of presenting a faithful image of the original text, its metaphysical nuances as well as its chronological sequence the world`s largest epic in a small book is a stupendous task.Mainly as a narration, the version of William Buck will serve as an interesting and complete tale to the English speaking reader. Valmiki was called the Adikavi or first poet of Sanskrit literature and some of his remarkable talent shines forth in the English rendering. The reader will find pleasure in reading it aloud to himself or the others.
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Agastya Angada animals arms arrows asked beautiful Bharata Brahma brahmana brother burned chariot Dandaka dark Dasaratha dead Death Demon King Dharma Earth elephants eyes face Fair Ayodhya father fell fire flew flowers forest Ganga Garuda gods gold golden grass Guha hair hands Hanuman happy head heart heaven hill Indra Indrajit Jambavan Janaka Jatayu Kaikeyi Kausalya killed Kishkindhya Kosala Kumbhakarna Kusa and Lava Lakshmana Lanka live looked Lord Malyavan Maricha monkeys and bears Moon Naimisha Forest Narayana never night Oh Rama palace Prahasta Pushpaka Queen Rakshasa Rama Rama and Lakshmana Rama's Ramayana Ravana river round Satrughna Shiva silver Sita Sita's sleep smiled stone stood Sugriva Suka Sumantra Surpanakha threw told took touched trees Trijata Vaishravana Vali Valmiki Vasishtha Vibhishana Viswakarman Viswamitra walked walls warriors waves wind
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