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The Ramayan: A Modern Translation

The Ramayan: A Modern Translation

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The Ramayana A Modern Translation Author :Ramesh Menon
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Language English
Publication Date December 1, 2010
Publisher Harpercollins
Contributor(s) Ramesh Menon
Binding Paperback
Page Count 912
ISBN 10 8172239882
ISBN 13 9788172239886
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Product Dimensions 14.1 cm x 5 cm x 22.4 cm
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     Ramayan - Story Of Lord RAM (mythological Series) 19 September, 2013 On Junglee.com
    The Scriptures state that we are of the nature of Pure Bliss. But we keep seeking happiness in the petty things of the world, because we do not see how we can be Bliss. If I am happiness itself, why do I often become miserable ? Why is it that my life is really full of sorrow? Why dont I recognize myself as Bliss and remain ever happy ? These are some fundamental questions. If we observe carefully every one is seeking happiness alone. The means by which we seek happiness may vary. The objects we seek for happiness may vary. But the fact remains that all our search is geared towards finding happiness alone. And scriptures do not extend this search by adding one more object to the list of objects we are seeking. Scriptures state something thats diagonally opposite to the search. They state "Look within and you shall discover that you are the source of all happiness". How do we make this statement real ? Is it possible to realize this in one's own life ? Is this claim of the scriptures something we should dismiss as fancy thinking ?
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  2.  A fantastic read! 27 September, 2013 On Junglee.com
    Being n Indian and an ardent book reader, i have wanted to read the Ramayan from a long time. Although i have heard snippets from it from various places, it had remained a dillemma that i had to read for myself. So i bought myself a copy of this book and have not regretted since. It has been translated and written in plain, simple english so that reading it is fun instead of a task. the narration is done very well such that i could not put the book down and found myself so engrossed in the book. For those of you who want to read the Ramayan but do not have either the time and patience of reading the poetry form, this edition is a great acquisition, or investment rather.
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