- Love and Gender, According to the Hindu Epics
- In this form, he is called Tayumanavar (“He who became a mother too”). And there's the remarkable story of same-sex love in the god Ram's ancestry. We owe one version of the Ramayana, the story of Ram, to a 15th-century Bengali poet, Krittibas Ojha.
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