“Jagamohan Ramayan Ba Dandi Ramayan,Lankakanda” is a remarkable Odia book written by the eminent poet Balaram Das. This literary masterpiece holds a special place in Odia literature and has captivated readers for centuries with its vivid storytelling and profound messages.
The book revolves around the sixth chapter of the epic Ramayana, known as “Lankakanda.” Balaram Das beautifully reimagines the events that unfold during Lord Rama’s quest to rescue his beloved wife Sita from the clutches of the demon king Ravana. With his exceptional poetic prowess, Balaram Das brings life to the characters, their emotions, and the intricate plot.
Through this book, readers are transported to the mythical land of Lanka, where they witness the intense battle between good and evil. The author’s eloquent descriptions of the battles, the valor of Lord Rama and his allies, and the treacherous schemes of Ravana create a captivating narrative that keeps readers engrossed till the very end.
Balaram Das skillfully weaves spiritual and moral teachings into the story, conveying valuable life lessons through the adventures of Lord Rama. His poetic verses touch upon themes of righteousness, devotion, loyalty, and the triumph of good over evil. Readers are inspired and enlightened as they delve into the pages of this timeless work of literature.
“Jagamohan Ramayan Ba Dandi Ramayan, Lankakanda” is a testament to Balaram Das’ literary genius and his deep understanding of the Ramayana. It stands as a tribute to his contribution to Odia literature and continues to be cherished by readers seeking a profound connection with ancient mythology and wisdom.
|Books name||Jagamohan Ramayan Ba Dandi Ramayan,Lankakanda|
|No Of pages||927|