Bharata Ramayana Exile Of Rama
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- King James Bible: Matthew, Chapter 2
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- Select Cross-Cultural and Historical Personifications of Death
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- Indian History Rewritten
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- Astrological Emphasis: Pisces, 2001
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- Matchless tribute
- Bharata is fated to be suspect in the Ramayana. For no fault of his, Dasaratha despises him as also those in the endless list of Rama's admirers who cannot bear to see Him exiled thus. Guha is suspicious as well when he sees Bharata advancing with an ...
- 6th-century Ramayana found in Kolkata, stuns scholars
- This Ramayana ends with the return of Rama and Sita from exile and his ascension to the Ayodhya throne," said Anasuya Bhowmick, lead scholar of the Asiatic Society, who is working with the manuscript. This Ramayana does not begin with the curse that ...
- Bihar court hears case against Lord Rama for exiling Sita, judge asks, 'Where
- Patna: As a Bihar court on Monday began hearing of a case against Lord Rama for exiling his wife Sita to forest as Ramayana narrates, it asked the petitioner who should be punished for an incident of such ancient times, a government lawyer said.
- Bharat Tripathi showcases Ramayana in his latest exhibition
- Just like Ramayana is divided into different chapters, so are Bharat's works. He explains, "Ramayana is divided into chapters called Kaand.
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