Tulsidas Ramayana – By Margie Sastry, Anant Pai
Ramayana and RamCharitManas are great Indian Epics which tell us the Journey of Rama, Lord Vishnu’s incarnate on Earth. Sage Valmiki was a contemporary of Lord Ram. RamCharitManas was written by great Awadhi poet Goswami Tulsidas in Kaliyuga in Awadhi language.
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The Ramayana, written and composed by Valmiki, is one of the greatest works of literature in the history of ancient India. It has survived the test of time, and still continues to be one of the most critically acclaimed works of all generations. It strikes a chord with everyone’s lives and touches their inner soul with subtle delicacy. It has proved to be a classic in the standards of world literature and has been translated in over 300 languages. It is also one of the largest ancient epics in word literature, comprising of about 24,000 verses, divided into seven books (Kandas), consisting of 500 sargas (chapters). The importance of Ramayana in both Indian and world literature is a matter of great pride for India’s rich and diverse heritage. Writers of all generations have been greatly inspired by Valmiki’s piece of genius, and have created many works based on his great epic. One of the most popular reproductions of Ramayana has been Ramcharitmanas