The book has received many honors including the highly prestigious literary award in Nepal, Madan Puraskar since its release. The book was originally written in Nepali, and later it was translated into English and Korean. On July 2012, the book has sold over 52,000 copies. Youth doing something in his own native land through the political status of the country was in the bad condition and was no security for the people. Love and care of young generation people to old aged people is clearly shown in the novel.
But for the Allahabad prasasti of Samudragupta, we would not have known the political conditions prevalent at that time. This inscription gives an exhaustive account of political career of Samudragupta and the kingdoms conquered by him. Inscriptions also give glimpses regarding the social conditions of the ages to which they belong. ERAN PILLAR INSCRIPTION OF
Vibhishana had a ‘sattvic’ nature and he was the one who stood beside Hanuman when he was humiliated by Ravana. After the downfall of Ravana, Vibhishana was coroneted as the new king of Lanka; he turned his disciples virtuous and made them follow the path of Dharma. Thus, he was able to establish peace and prosperity in the region what we know today as Sri
When the armies of Kauravas and Pandavas stood facing each other at the battleground in Kurukshetra, suddenly a chariot drew away from the side of Pandavas. To everyone’s surprise it was Arjuna. Arjuna looked at both the armies and broke down. He said ‘killing brothers, uncles and nephews over a piece of land cannot be dharma’ and lowered his bow. At this Krishna said to Arjuna ‘it is your duty as a Kshatriya, don’t be a weakling’, Arjuna moaned ‘I cannot’.
It has been proved that the history of kings have been described in those Puranas. Jataka stories and other Puranas have undergone changes through the ages. The reason behind those changes are religious practices, divine things and cultural policy followed by those dynasties. Every dynasty and princely states( ? ), according to their cultural and political goals, manipulated or rewrote the
Then Lord Krishna and Balarama went to the hermitage of sage Santhipini. There they were taught Vedas, Upanishads, the art of fighting, the rules of governing and so on. After He and Balarama completed their learning there, he again performed a miracle as a Guru Dakshina (Making some gift by the disciple to the teacher at the end of the period of his learning to show his gratitude for the knowledge that the teacher imparted to the disciple) to his teacher by bringing back his Teacher’s son who was supposed to have been kidnapped by a demon and whose whereabouts was not known. Then Lord Krishna went to Mathura. It was there that he came to know through His parents, all about his cousins the Pandavas who were the sons of Kunthi who was the sister of Vasudeva, Lord Krishna’s father.
The Ramayana is an ancient Sanskrit epic about Suryavanshi (descendant of the sun) Prince Rama. It is one of the two most significant Ancient Indian epics. The second, being the Mahabharata. Scientific analysis tells us that the Ramayana occurred anywhere about ten thousand to twelve thousand years ago, and the Mahabharata between 1100 and 800 BCE. Long ago, the wise and benevolent King Dashrath ruled over the kingdom of Ayodhya on the banks of the Sarayu River.
To this curse Dashratha rushed to Ayodhya and planned for Ram’s coronation but Kaikeyi reminded him of his promise of boons so she asked for Ram exile for 14 years and to make Bharat the king. Ram was joined by Lakshman and Sita to the exile. In this section of the book we get to see a father’s fear of getting separated from
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.