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Ramayana

  • Date Submitted: 04/23/2011 11:34 PM
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RAMAYANA retold by C. Rajagopalachari
(Edited by Jay Mazo, American Gita Society)

Contents
1. The Conception 2. Sage Viswamitra 3. Trisanku 4. Rama Leaves Home 5. Rama Slays The Monsters 6. Sita 7. Bhagiratha And The Story Of Ganga 8. Ahalya 9. Rama Wins Sita's Hand 10. Parasurama's Discomfiture 11. Festive Preparations 12. Manthara's Evil Counsel 13. Kaikeyi Succumbs 14. Wife Or Demon? 15. Behold A Wonder! 16. Storm And Calm 17. Sita's Resolve 18. To The Forest 19. Alone By Themselves 20. Chitrakuta 21. A Mother's Grief 22. Idle Sport And Terrible Result 23. Last Moments 24. Bharata Arrives 25. Intrigue wasted 26. Bharata Suspected 27. The Brothers Meet 28. Bharata Becomes Rama's Deputy 29. Viradha's End 30. Ten Years Pass 31. The Surpanakha Episode 32. Kamban's Surpanakha 33. Khara And His Army Liquidated 34. The Path Of Ruin 35. The Golden Stag 36. The Good Bird Jatayu 37. Closely Guarded 38. Rama Disconsolate 39. A Second Father Dies 40. Left Eyelids Throb 41. He Sees Her Jewels 42. Sugriva's Doubts Cleared 43. The Slaying Of Vali 44. Tara's Grief 45. Anger And Reconciliation 46. The Search Begins 47. Son Of Vayu 48. The Search In Lanka 49. Sita In The Asoka Park 50. Ravana's Solicitation 51. First Among The Astute 52. Sita Comforted 53. Sita And Hanuman 54. Inviting Battle 55. The Terrible Envoy 56. Hanuman Bound 57. Lanka In Flames 58. A Carnival 59. The Tidings Conveyed 60. The Army Moves Forward 61. Anxiety In Lanka 62. Ravana Calls A Council Again 63. Vibhishana 64. The Vanara's Doubt 65. Doctrine Of Surrender And Grace 66. The Great Causeway 67. The Battle Begins 68. Sita's Joy 69. Serpent Darts 70. Ravana's Defeat 71. The Giant Is Roused 72. Is This Narayana Himself? 73. The Death Of Indrajit 74. End Of Ravana 75. The End 76. Epilogue

AUTHOR'S PREFACE The Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan has added to the debt of gratitude owed it by undertaking the publication of the English version of my Tamil Ramayana. They achieved great success in the distribution of...

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