Bichitra Ramayana: a voice from wilderness

Das, Siddheswar

₹ 1550.00

This book a special place in the larger tradition of Ramayana writing as much for its independent retelling practice as for its indigenous, secular distinctiveness. Originally written in Odia in the mid-fifteenth century by Siddheswar Das (later knows as Sarala Das), its owes its origins to the `Uttarakhanda' of Valmini Ramayana. Its great departure and divergence from the master text shows that is has an agenda and politics of its own.

ISBN 13: 9789388540988

ISBN 10: 9388540980

Year: 2020

Language: ENGLISH

Pages etc.: 400p., gloss., 22cm.

Binding: Hardbound

Subject(s): Epics

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