kiskiKAHANI (the Ramayana Project)

300 Ramayanas and Counting . . .
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Books

The Library at Kiski Kahani

 Arni, Samhita and Moyna Chitrakar. Sita’s Ramayana. Tara Books, 2011.

Bharucha, Rustom. Rajasthan an Oral History. Penguin, 2003

Chakravarty, Bishnupada and Debjani Banerjee. The Penguin Companion to the Ramayana. Penguin Reference, 2006

Doniger, Wendy. The Hindus: An Alternative History. Penguin Books, 2009

Dharwadker, Vinay (ed). The Collected Essays of AK Ramanujan. Oxford, 1999

Dwyer, Rachel. Filming the Gods: Religion and Indian Cinema. Routledge, 2005

Glucklich, Ariel. The Strides of Vishnu: Hindu Culture in Historical Perspective. Oxford University Press, 2008

Joseph, Sarah. Retelling the Ramayana: Voices from Kerala. Oxford Univerity Press, 2005

Keith, A Berriedale. A History of Sanskrit Literature. Motilal Banarsidass, 2007

Krishna, Nanditha. The Book of Demons. Penguin, 2007

Lutgendorf, Philip. The Life of a Text: Performing the Ramcaritmanas of Tulsidas. University of California, 1991

Lutgendorf, Philip. Hanuman’s Tale: The Message of a Divine Monkey. Oxford, 2007

Narula, Joginder. Hanuman: God and Epic Hero. Manohar, 1991

O’Flaherty, Wendy. Hindu Myths. Penguin, 1975

Patel, Sanjay. Ramayana: Divine Loophole. Chronicle Books, 2010

Pollock, Sheldon (trans) Rama’s Last Act by Bhava Bhuti. Clay Sanskrit Library, 2007

Pai, Anant (ed) Valmiki’s Ramayana. Amar Chitra Katha, 1978

Richman, Paula. Ramayana Stories in Modern South India, An Anthology. Indiana University Press, 2008

Richman, Paula. Many Ramayanas: The Diversity of a Narrative Tradition in South Asia. University of California,1991

Sattar, Arshia. Lost Loves: Exploring Rama’s Anguish. Penguin, 2011

Sattar, Arshia (trans) The Ramayana – Valmiki. Penguin, 1996

Sastri, VS Srinivasa. Lectures on the Ramayana. Madras Samskrit Academy, 1949

Singh, Avadesh Kumar. Ramayana Through the Ages. New Delhi, 2007

Sundaram, PS (trans) The Kamba Ramayana. Penguin, 2002

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