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Believed to have been written during the dawn of civilisations on planet Earth, the real origin of R?m?yan is still shrouded in mystery. An epitome of literary achievement from bygone epoch, the timeless story has been retold many times in the past.

Those who’ve never read the great epics of Asia may find this a good introduction to our ancient scriptures. On the other hand, readers who’re familiar with R?m?yan may approach the interpretations of this book with an open mind. It may also strike a chord among those who’ve grown up enjoying the drama of STAR WARS – long ago in a galaxy far, far away. Yet, unlike the Hollywood inspired fantasy, R?m?yan is based on what many believe to have really happened during mankind’s distant past.

Did the galactic adventures of R?ma actually occur aeons before the catastrophic global floods or Pralay destroyed most human settlements (triggered by meteor strikes and corresponding geological upheavals around 12000 BCE)? Did the Pralay compel mankind on Earth to restart their history from primitive levels? Was R?m?yan reconstructed by Valmiki many millennia later, based on fragmented remains of its original content? Was the translated version coloured by the retrograde socio-tech situation prevalent during his times, thereby limiting its scope to the terrestrial ambiance alone?

While the theme of this book is based on what we’ve learnt through astrophysics over the past century as well as cosmology mentioned in ancient scriptures, the author has attempted to project both science and spirituality as inseparable sides of the same coin. The reader may at times need to refer the glossary to understand the full meaning of a few Sanskrit words.

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M. Vizhakat is a decorated army veteran, who’s field of interests include the close connection between action, philosophy, science and spirituality.

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