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Jagamohan Ramayan and Dandi Ramayan are two different versions of the Indian epic Ramayana that are popular in the eastern state of Odisha. This book contains both versions, with detailed descriptions of the various characters, events, and moral lessons that they convey.
The Jagamohan Ramayan, also known as the Sarala Mahabharata, was written by the renowned Odia poet Sarala Dasa in the 15th century. In this version, Lord Rama is portrayed as an avatar of Lord Vishnu, and the story focuses on his battles with the demon king Ravana to rescue his wife Sita.
The Dandi Ramayan, on the other hand, is a local rendition of the epic that has been passed down through generations of storytellers in the Dandeli region of Odisha. This version also depicts Lord Rama as an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, but the narrative differs from the mainstream Ramayana in several aspects, including the portrayals of the characters and the events leading up to the final battle.
This book provides a comprehensive account of both the Jagamohan and Dandi Ramayans, and is an excellent resource for readers interested in exploring the variations of the Ramayana in different parts of India.
|Book Title||Jagamohan Ramayan Ba Dandi Ramayan (ଜଗମ୍ମୋହନ ରାମାୟଣ ବା ଦାଣ୍ଡି ରାମାୟଣ)|
|No of Pages||489899|
|Binding Type||Hard Cover|
|Publisher||Dharma Grantha Store|
|Book Dimention||Packaging approx in cm – 22x30x5|
|Printing||Dharma Grantha Store|
|Layout Design||Dharma Grantha Store|