The Ramayana and the Mahabharata Condensed Into English Verse

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Courier Dover Publications, 2002 - Philosophy - 335 pages
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Two great epics of the ancient Hindus offer a realistic image of Indian civilization and culture of India 3,000 years ago: the Ramayana, recounting the adventures of a banished prince, and the Mahabharata, based on the legends surrounding a war. Condensed version features selections linked with short notes.
  

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extremely nice. The language is extremely easy to understand, the poetry is a pleasure to read and the content is music to my ears.

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