The Ramayana is one of the great epics of world literature—a story rich in characters and drama. It is one of the most renowned works of the Indian literary heritage, and focuses on the strength and nobility of Prince Rama, his bride, Sita, and brother, Laksmana, as they face the evil King Ravana.
The world of The Ramayana is a world of wise sages and spiritual masters, evil demons, supernatural deeds, and great accomplishments. But above all else, it is also a story relevant to the modern world—a story of family relationships that defines the ideals of love, fidelity, loyalty, and honor.
About the Author
Swami Rama, the founder of the Himalayan Institute, was one of the most remarkable figures of the twentieth century. His teachings, publications, and humanitarian efforts have rippled positive changes around the world, and have brought yoga into the lives of countless people. He was born in northern India in 1925, and was raised from childhood by the Himalayan sage Bengali Baba. Swami Rama later received higher education in both India and Europe. From 1949 to 1952 he held the prestigious position of Shankaracharya in South India. He then returned to his master to receive further training at his cave monastery. In 1969 he came to the United States and established the Himalayan Institute. His best-known work, Living with the Himalayan Masters, reveals the many facets of his wisdom and his embodiment of an ancient Himalayan tradition. View more of his teachings on the Himalayan Institute Wisdom Library.
Publisher: Himalayan Institute
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