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Rama in Indian literature, art & thought

Priyatosh Banerjee

Rama in Indian literature, art & thought

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Published by Sundeep Prakashan in Delhi .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vālmīki,
  • Rāma (Hindu deity)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementP. Banerjee.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL1139.26 .B36 1986
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2359481M
    ISBN 108185055912, 8185055920, 8185055939
    LC Control Number86900857

      The next entry in our parade of heroes is Rama, the protagonist of the Ramayana, one of India’s oldest stories. We’re going to be talking about Rama’s importance to Hindu culture, and how.


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Banerjee (Author)Author: Priyatosh Banerjee. About Rama in Indian Literature, Art and Thought (2 Vols.): The present book is a monumental work on the Rama theme. The life of Rama, his great courage and qualities and his ideal rule based on truth and justice have exercised a profound influence on the life and thought of the people.

Genesis and evolution of the Rāma kathā in Indian art, thought, literature, and culture: from the earliest period to the modern times, Volume 2 Genesis and Evolution of the Rāma Kathā in Indian Art, Thought, Literature, and Culture: From the Earliest Period to the Modern Times, Shanti Lal Nagar, ISBNAuthor.

The narrative of Rama is recounted in the Sanskrit epic the Ramayana (“Rama’s Journey”), traditionally regarded The poem describes the royal birth of the god Rama in the kingdom of Ayodhya (Oudh), his tutelage under the sage Vishvamitra, and his success in bending Shiva ’s mighty bow at the bridegroom tournament of Sita, the daughter of King Janaka, thus winning her for his wife.

Rama as a first name appears in the Vedic literature, associated with two patronymic names – Margaveya and Aupatasvini – representing different individuals. A third individual named Rama Jamadagnya is the purported author of hymn of the Rigveda in the Hindu : Vaikunta, Ayodhya, and Saket.

Book Summary of Rama In Indian Literature, Art And Thought (Set In 2 Volumes) The Present book in two volumes by Dr. Banerjee is a monumental work on the Rama theme. The life of Rama, his great courage and qualities and his ideal rule based on truth and justice have exercised a profound influence not only on the life and thought of the Indian people but also of many neighbouring countries.

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Publishing Corporation: ISBN: ISBN Binding: Hardcover Book Condition: New. The modern period of Indian literature began in the 18th century with the colonization of India by the British. There was not a complete break with the past, however. The influence of the early Sanskrit classics could still be seen in the modern novels, poetry, and drama that were being reshaped by the Western political ideas and literary styles.

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However, due to the vastness of Indian Vedic literatures6 and philosophies many of the above studies are considered to be limited as several areas within the Indian literature are yet and needs to be explored. The Ramayana is undoubtedly the most popular and timeless Indian epic, read and loved by all.

The term Ramayana literally means "the march (ayana) of Rama" in search of human story is the narration of the struggle of Prince Rama to rescue wife Sita from the demon king, Ravana. As a literary work, it has been said to combine "the inner bliss of Vedic literature with the outer Author: Subhamoy Das.

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Narayan in the Introduction to this new interpretation, 'is aware of the story of The Ramayana/5(30). One of two major Sanskrit epic poems in ancient Indian literature, the other being the Mahabharata, the Ramayana ("Life of Rama") is thought to have been composed in Sanskrit between BCE and.

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and the Kathakali dance-dramas of Southern India, in puppet or shadow-puppet theatres, in the annual Ram-lilas or plays enacting Rama’s deeds of Northern India. It forms an integral part of Indians’ lives, religions and languages. Provided below is a brief account of the Rama stories in different vernaculars.

The literary art and the File Size: 1MB. The Ramayana is a great epic of the mankind. It is also known as Adi-kavya (first epic), written by the Adi-kavi (first poet) Valmiki. This famous Indian epic deals with social, moral, political, spiritual and philosophical aspects of human life, besides principally narrating the story of Rama.

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The Ramayama recounts the story of Rama, a legendary prince and king of Kosala, and. mamurti was the first fellow of the Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Fundwhen it was instituted, as he was specially chosen by the Trustees of this Fund in an endeavour to set a standard to Indian did a special exhaustive study of Nataraja,the dancing form of Siva, in all aspects as represented in Art,thought and literature.

Indian philosophy refers to ancient philosophical traditions of the Indian principal schools are classified as either orthodox or heterodox (), depending on one of three alternate criteria: whether it believes the Vedas as a valid source of knowledge; whether the school believes in the premises of Brahman and Atman; and whether the school believes in afterlife and Devas.

The Ramayana is an ancient Indian epic, composed some time in the 5th century BCE, about the exile and then return of Rama, prince of was composed in Sanskrit by the sage Valmiki, who taught it to Rama's sons, the twins Lava and about verses, it is a rather long poem and, by tradition, is known as the Adi Kavya (adi = original, first; kavya = poem).Author: Anindita Basu.

The Rama epic — recounting the struggle of Prince Rama to defeat a demonic king, rescue his abducted wife, and reestablish order in the world — has been a subject for visual and performing arts, literature and religious thought in the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia for.

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The travel of Rama's story to the far east islands, is worth Size: KB. (“Journey of Rama”), one of the classics of ancient Indian literature, is a Sanskrit epic poem consisting of 7 Books dating as far back as to the 5. BCE with additions as late as the 2. BCE. Its authorship is attributed to the Hindu sage Valmiki wh o appears in the epic as the hermit who gives Sita shelter after Rama banishes Size: 2MB.

Religion, Buddhism and Jainism, Indian philosophy – Vedanta and Mimansa school of Philosophy. Unit-II Indian Languages and Literature 1. Evolution of script and languages in India: Harappan Script and Brahmi Script. 2. Short History of the Sanskrit literature File Size: 2MB.Waldorf ~ grade ~ Ancient India ~ The Ramayana ~ Rama and Sita ~ main lesson book Goddess Sita weds Lord Rama in Karthiga month fifth day of Shukla Paksha Vivaha Panchami ritual is a divine homam that is suitable for couples, friends, relatives, business partners and family members Home - Book online Pujas, Homam, Sevas, Purohits, Astro.The Sundara Kanda, the fifth book in the Ramayana, focuses mainly on the adventures of Sri Hanuman, and the story is as follows: Hanuman meets Rama during the latter’s year exile in the forest.

With his brother Lakshmana, Rama is searching for his wife Sita, who had been abducted by Ravana.