Ramayana Story - An Introduction to the Great Indian Epic

The Ramayana is one of the most important and revered ancient Indian epics. It is attributed to the sage Valmiki and is believed to have been composed around 500 BCE to 100 BCE, although the exact dates are debated. The Ramayana tells the story of Prince Rama, an avatar of the god Vishnu, and his adventures, including his exile with his wife Sita and his loyal brother Lakshmana.

The central narrative of the Ramayana revolves around Rama's quest to rescue Sita from the demon king Ravana, who abducted her and took her to his kingdom of Lanka. The epic is filled with moral, ethical, and philosophical teachings and is considered a guide for righteous living.

The Ramayana is divided into several books or chapters, the most famous of which is the Sundara Kanda, which focuses on Hanuman's exploits in Lanka. The epic has been retold and adapted in various forms, including literature, dance, music, and theater, and it continues to be a significant cultural and religious text in India and other parts of Southeast Asia.

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