Analysis Of Ramayana

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The Ramayana is a myth poem written in Sanskrit by Valmiki, it belongs to the Hindu culture. The Indian culture is full of myths, and stories that carry lessons and experience from generation to another. Most of those myths are oral; however, this popular myth (Ramayana) has been written and documented, which is one of the reasons that make it sacred by the Hindu nation, and popular in the world of literature.
The Ramayana consists of twenty four thousand verses in seven books, and five hundred cantos. It tells the story of Rama (The seventh avatar of the Hindu supreme god Vishnu) whose wife Sita was kidnapped by the king of Lanka (Current Sri Lanka) and his name was Ravana.
This myth defines the culture and style life of Hindu people, it also explores human worries, concerns, values, in a dramatic concept. This myth has great influence on Hindu life and culture. It is not just a story it presents the teaching of ancient Hindu Mentors in narrative story.
This myth represents moral and religious elements as one can notice the hero’s of the story Rama, Sita, Lakshman, Bharata, Hanuman, and Ravana are all faithful and conscious of the Indian and Nepal culture. This story also covers the regional country around India, such as Thailand and Indonesia. This concept covers all myths and cultural stories around the world because they don’t address a nation but a whole regent. We can find this in the Arabic myths and folks story. This explains the shared values and human concerns
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