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Ramayana summary Ramayana , series Ramayana , book Ramayana , pdf Ramayana , Ramayana dc1da23c63 Artist And Veteran Pixar Animator Sanjay Patel Lends A Lush, Whimsical Illustration Style And Lighthearted Voice To One Of Hindu Mythology S Best Loved And Most Enduring Tales Teeming With Powerful Deities, Love Struck Monsters, Flying Monkey Gods, Magic Weapons, Demon Armies, And Divine Love, Ramayana Tells The Story Of Rama, A God Turned Prince, And His Quest To Rescue His Wife Sita After She Is Kidnapped By A Demon King This Illustrated Tale Features Over 100 Colorful Full Spread Illustrations, A Detailed Pictorial Glossary Of The Cast Of Characters Who Make Up The Epic Tale, And Sketches Of The Work In Progress From Princesses In Peril To Gripping Battles, Scheming Royals, And Hordes Of Bloodthirsty Demons, Ramayana Is The Ultimate Adventure Story Presented With An Unforgettably Modern Touch.


10 thoughts on “Ramayana

  1. says:

    Such a great retelling of this epic tale with beautiful illustrations I know that the students in my library will enjoy the story evenas the format and illustrations make it so accessible.


  2. says:

    Alright so chose this book next to read along with my 6th graders as they are getting into symbolism and hero motifs and exploring this epic tale of gods, demons, sacrifice and a quest for love.okay I typed as I read as I need a summary of this to reference in classes so warning looonnngg review ahead LOL..Act One The Blue Prince The story starts with a ten headed scholar who studies and meditate for years to be granted a wish and after nine thousand years and his sacrifice of one head for eac Alright so chose this book next to read along with my 6th graders as they are getting into symbolism and hero motifs and exploring this epic tale of gods, demons, sacrifice and a quest for love.okay I typed as I read as I need a summary of this to reference in classes so warning looonnngg review ahead LOL..Act One The Blue Prince The story starts with a ten headed scholar who studies and meditate for years to be granted a wish and after nine thousand years and his sacrifice of one head for each year the scholar is down to his last head when the god of creation Brahma grants his wish to never be defeated by any god ...


  3. says:

    The only familiarity I had with the Ramayana prior to reading this book was the names of some of the gods Vishnu and Brahma and a few of the other characters, Sita and Hanuman, but I had no idea what their story was or how they related to one another This is an epic tale and from what I gather from the introduction, the author of this version, Sanjay Patel, has streamlined the story I have no idea what he s left out, but what he s left in makes a fun and exciting read The author s great achi The only familiarity I had with the Ramayana prior to reading this book was the names of some of the gods Vishnu and Brahma and a few of the other characters, Sita and Hanuman, but I had no idea what their story was or how they related to one another This is an epic tale and from what I gather from the introduction, the author of this version, Sanjay Patel, has streamlined the story I have no idea what he s left out, but what he s left in makes a fun and exciting read The author s great achievement is not his condensation of the story but his incredible...


  4. says:

    This is a great illustrated book on the Ramayana.I learned why they celebrate Diwali in India.


  5. says:

    Oh my Gosh YES EVERYONE SHOULD READ THIS.Talk about the most breathtaking graphic novel the images and the story here are so beautiful What a painless way to learn about and appreciate a religious text Patel has a nice sense of pacing and humor I only wish the story wasfleshed out and detailed


  6. says:

    This is spectacular Engaging summary of some epic Hindu mythology, with really great illustrations The author didn t pretend to anything , and his hope that this book would be a good entry point to aintensive study of Hindu myths is spot on I definitely want to readnow.


  7. says:

    The art is amazing The text is okay, and also badly proofread.


  8. says:

    Gorgeous Gorgeous gorgeous Illustration and concise snappy down to earth re telling of a Classic Indian Myth make this a book that I want to OWN


  9. says:

    One of the most amazing children s books I have ever read.


  10. says:

    This book is beautiful I could stare at the art for hours and I did since it s not a very long read Unsurprising since Sanjay Patel works for Pixar I don t know much about Hindu mythology but this book was a good introduction ...


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