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9789354226380 60d19ba209532c46cd3a1f23 In The Footsteps Of Rama: Travels with the Ramayana https://cdn1.storehippo.com/s/607fe93d7eafcac1f2c73ea4/60d19ba409532c46cd3a1f59/webp/51oszu7k2-l-_sx324_bo1-204-203-200_.jpg Vikrant Pande and Neelesh Kulkarni's quest to retrace the trail of Rama's fabled travels during his years in exile began with their trying to locate Chitrakoot on the map and realizing that they had little idea where it might be. Curious about the places mentioned in the Ramayana, they set off on a journey of their own, following Rama's route from Ayodhya to the Dandakaranya forest and Panchavati (near Nashik) and on to Kishkindhya (close to Hampi), Rameshwaram and Sri Lanka. Along the way they would discover how closely the narrative of the Ramayana is linked to local folklore, and how the stories of the Ramayana and the moral framework that binds them together still speaks to the people who live in the land across which Rama, Sita and Lakshman made their journey. For the armchair traveller as well as the enthusiast for epic tales, this is a wonderful book with which to revisit the world of the Ramayana. 9789354226380
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In The Footsteps Of Rama: Travels with the Ramayana

In The Footsteps Of Rama: Travels with the Ramayana

ISBN: 9789354226380
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  • ISBN: 9789354226380
  • Author: Vikrant Pande, Neelesh Kulkarni
  • Publisher: HarperCollins India
  • Pages: 272
  • Format: Hardback

Book Description

Vikrant Pande and Neelesh Kulkarni's quest to retrace the trail of Rama's fabled travels during his years in exile began with their trying to locate Chitrakoot on the map and realizing that they had little idea where it might be. Curious about the places mentioned in the Ramayana, they set off on a journey of their own, following Rama's route from Ayodhya to the Dandakaranya forest and Panchavati (near Nashik) and on to Kishkindhya (close to Hampi), Rameshwaram and Sri Lanka. Along the way they would discover how closely the narrative of the Ramayana is linked to local folklore, and how the stories of the Ramayana and the moral framework that binds them together still speaks to the people who live in the land across which Rama, Sita and Lakshman made their journey. For the armchair traveller as well as the enthusiast for epic tales, this is a wonderful book with which to revisit the world of the Ramayana.

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