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A Critical Inventory of Rāmāyaṇa Studies in the World: Foreign languages
Author: K. Krishnamoorthy
Publisher: Sahitya Akademi
ISBN: 8172015070
Pages: 128
Year: 1991
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This Is The Second Volume Of A Critical Inventory Of Ramayana Studies In The World In 28 Foreign Languages In Addition To Urdu & Nepali. The Volume Also Contains A Number Of Learned Articles On Ramayana Variations By Eminent Scholars.
The Cambodian Version of the Ramayana
Author: Kuoch Haksrea, Jeanne Jacob, Reamker (Ramakerti) Reamker
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113656683X
Pages: 352
Year: 2013-01-11
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Published in the year 2004, The Cambodian Version of the Ramayana is a valuable contribution to the field of Asian Studies.
Le Ramayana
Author: Valmiki, Parisot
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Pages: 332
Year: 1852
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Le Ramayana
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Pages: 379
Year: 1864
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LA VENUS de DANDAKARANYA
Author: Svetlana R. Dinges
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1456819089
Pages: 208
Year: 2011-01
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DANDAKARANYA est le territoire situé géographiquement sur le Deccan entre deux fleuves sacrés, la Narmada et la Godavari, divisant le sous-continent indien en Inde du Nord et Inde du Sud, mais il pourrait être situé dans un pays quelconque réel ou imaginaire comme son nom le présage: en terre de RAMAYANA
The Society of the Ramayana
Author: Ananda W. P. Guruge
Publisher: Abhinav Publications
ISBN: 8170172659
Pages: 349
Year: 1991
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The Social Conditions Of Ancient India Have To Be Patiently Reconstructed By Gathering Together The Data Available From Archaeology And Literature. It Is Impossible For One Individual, Even In A Lifetime, To Examine Critically All The Information At His Disposal .To The Archaeologist India Presents A Fund Of Sociological Data Covering, At Least, Five Thousand Years. And The Student Of Her Literature Finds More Elaborate And Informative Evidence In Literary Works, The Earliest Of Which Cannot Under Any Circumstances Be Dated Later Than 1000 B.C. A Careful Study Of The Facts So Available Is Absolutely Necessary If We Are To Have A Complete And Reliable Picture Of Ancient Indian Society. It Is For This Purpose That The Sociological Data Of The Ramayana Are Subjected To A Detailed Scrutiny In This Publication.Although The Ramayana Contains Very Valuable Information For The Study Of The Social Conditions Of India, It Had Been For Many Years Overshadowed By The Great Epic, The Mahabharata. There Are Fewer Works Dealing With The Sociological Data Of The Ramayana, Even Though The Scholars Who Worked On The Mahabharata Occasionally Referred To It.In This Publication, An Attempt Has Been Made To Discuss As Many Aspects Of The Ancient Indian Society As Practicable. While The First Chapter Has Been Devoted To Establish The History, The Date And The Historicity Of The Text, Which Is Our Source Book, The Other Eight Chapters Discuss The Evidence, Which Has Been Called From The Ramayana With Meticulous Care After Study Of All Three Recensions, Available Both In Printed Editions And Manuscripts. No Less Than Fifty-Five Different Aspects Are Dealt With In These Ten Chapters Ranging From Geographical Data To Religious And Philosophical Teaching. It Is Gratifying ,States One Of Its Critics, To Note That His Attitude In Respect Of The Problems Discussed By Him Is Quite Reasonable And Non-Dogmatic. The Society Of The Ramayana Contains The Results Of The Researches Conducted By Dr. Ananda Guruge During The Years 1951 And 1952 In Ceylon And India Under The Guidance Of Professor O.H.De A.Wijesekera, Professor Of Sanskrit, University Of Ceylon, Peradeniya. It Was Presented To The University Of Ceylon In 1953 Under The Title Social Conditions Of Ancient India As Reflected In The Ramayana And Was Accepted For The Ph.D. Degree.Since Its Publication In Sri Lanka In 1960, It Has Been Widely Used By Scholars Throughout The World, As Demonstrated By Scholars Throughout The World, As Demonstrated By Numerous References In Monographs And Articles. Referring To The Wealth Of Data In The Ramayana Translation, Describes In 1984 Dr. Guruge S Work As The Elaborate And Useful Treatment. In 1965. It Was Translated Into Tamil, As Ramayana Samudayam Dr. Guruge Is Currently Sri Lanka S Ambassador And Permanent Delegate To Unesco In Paris, France.
The Other Ramayana Women
Author: John Brockington, Mary Brockington
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317390636
Pages: 192
Year: 2016-05-20
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This book is the first to present current scholarship on gender and in regional and sectarian versions of the Rāmāyaṇa. Contributors explore in what ways the versions relate to other Rāmāyaṇa texts as they deal with the female persona and the cultural values implicit in them. Using a wide variety of approaches, both analytical and descriptive, the authors discover common ground between narrative variants even as their diversity is recognized. It offers an analysis in the shaping of the heterogeneous Rāma tradition through time as it can be viewed from the perspective of narrating women's lives. Through the analysis of the representation and treatment of female characters, narrative inventions, structural design, textual variants, and the idiom of composition and technique in art and sculpture are revealed and it is shown what and in which way these alternative versions are unique. A sophisticated exploration of the Rāmāyaṇa, this book is of great interest to academics in the fields of South Asian Studies, Asian Religion, Asian Gender and Cultural Studies.
Le Ramayana
Author: Valmiki
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Pages: 379
Year: 1864
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Ramayana
Author: Valmiki
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Pages: 190
Year: 1970
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Le Ramayana
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Year: 1864
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The Valmiki Ramayana
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Publisher: Himalayan Institute Press
ISBN: 0893891371
Pages: 520
Year: 1993-01-01
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Volume one of a beautiful translation of the story of Ramayana in a 2-volume set.
Le Ramayana
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Le Yoga du cœur subtil ou yoga de l’être
Author: Dominique Ramassamy
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ISBN: 2924024854
Pages: 520
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Après « Coeur subtil et intuitions naturelles », témoignant du chakra du coeur dans la vie quotidienne, Dominique Ramassamy nous présente une théorie inédite et magnifique : Le Yoga du coeur subtil. Loin d'une construction purement intellectuelle, le Yoga du coeur provient de nombreuses expériences authentiques, au sein des stages et séminaires. Il représente une synthèse s'appuyant sur la psychologie des chakras et la philosophie du Yoga, selon une science spirituelle d'il y a dix mille ans. L'auteur décrit avec simplicité les concepts nouveaux propres au Yoga du coeur : l'ouverture d'un 7ème sens, le règne du Ventral, la force d'âme, le coeur-tendre et ses désillusions, le sens de « je suis amour », l'impasse de l'affectif, le pouvoir des lumières, les idées fausses sur le mental, du bourgeon d'âme au vrai Moi, les mantras du coeur, le langage de l'âme, l'énergie de l'Amour-Compassion, etc. Émerveillé par la puissance de l'énergie du coeur, l'auteur crée le terme de médit'action, dont il décrit l'effet libérateur sur nos chaînes émotionnelles. Une nuance capitale est soulignée : le coeur est radicalement différent des émotions, bien que ses capacités permettent de clarifier les émotions. De plus, il nous relie à notre âme (la psyché) et ouvre la porte d'un Amour universel, en utilisant des techniques simples et accessibles à tous. Enfin, si le Yoga du coeur nous propose une nouvelle lecture de la vie, sur un plan individuel, il permet également un regard original sur la société et le monde, en proie aux symptômes exacerbés de violence et déshérence. Le Yoga du coeur n'est pas une religion, souligne l'auteur; il n'y a ni rituel, ni divinités, ni guru; simplement un art de vivre : Réaliser la présence de quelque chose qu'on appelle l'âme, le Moi intérieur, ou autre, c'est retrouver de la force, de la lumière, du soutien, pour faire de la vie non pas un défi permanent contre le stress, mais un moyen d'accomplissement, vers la jouissance radieuse de l'Existence.
The Ramayana : A Modern Translation
Author: Ramesh Menon
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 9350292793
Pages: 912
Year: 2010-07-02
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The Ramayana is certainly one of the world's oldest legends.Modern scholars claim that it was first composed around 300 BC.The devout hindu believes that Rama lived many hundred millenia ago,in the treta yuga, and that was also when the Valmiki first told his immortal story.The epic is called the Adi Kavya,the world's first poem.The God Brahma himself is meant to have inspired Valmiki to creat his classics,in twenty-four thousand slokas. The sages of India have always said that thye true purpose of the Ramayana is to awaken its reader spiritually, and to send him forth on the great journey that leads to moksha,to God. These masters of old held that listening to the Ramayana washes one's sins and purifies the body and the mind. They also believed that hearing or reading the epic with faith will give a man anything at all that his heart desires. Besides,the legend is a literary masterpiece in every sense,full of enchantment,mystery and wisdom. Hardly a handful of books in any language, from any age or part of the world, can be compared to it. The epic came through the mists of time in the ancient oral tradition of guru and shishya, before it was first written down. Alonng the way, surely, numberless variations and embellishments were introduces into it by a host of now forgotten rishis, pauranikas, and even grandmothers telling Rama's story to their grandchindren- in so many different languages and folk traditions. There is also a comparatively recent traditions of retelling the Ramayana in English, to which this volume belongs. Though he takes no liberties with the story, Ramesh menon's Ramayana is a novelist's lush, imaginative rendering of the epic, rather than a scholar's translation. Yet, even if the language he uses is modern and exciting, his book remains, first and last, a work of worship, of bhakti. As he wrote and rewrote it for ten years, this was his offering to Rama.

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