Pure Gems of Ramayanam
His first book' Srimad Valmiki Ramayanam' in English is a truthful but concise reproduction of the original work in Sanskrit by Sage Valmiki. It is a well-known Indian epic. His second book ' Ramayana Th oomanigal' in Tamil is an elaborate research work on the role of twelve characters of Valmiki Ramayanam. His third work is ' Mahabharathathil Krishnan' in Tamil dealing with the role of Lord Krishna in Mahabharatham, another great Indian epic. His fourth book is ' Kamban Kanum Th irumal' in Tamil . He has chosen three hundred and seventy five wonderful verses from the well-known Tamil masterpiece ' Kamba Ramayanam', in which the great poet Kamban depicts Rama, a man, as Lord Vishnu, the God. These verses are based on a very rich background in Tamil literature. The present work 'Pure Gems of Ramayanam' is an English translation of his 'Ramayana Th oomanigal' in Tamil, the second book written by him. It is a research work on the twelve characters of Valmiki Ramayanam.
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