Et RAMA CHANDRA, The I deal King. CHAPTER I. I ntroduction. Two years ago we were studying together one of the greatest books in the world, theM ahd bhdrata. Now we are going to study the second great epic poem of I ndia, the RA rn yana. These two books stand out from the rest of Indian literature in a very marked way. The Veda$ the Institutes of Manu, are the great authorities for the learned, and only through the learned for the mass of the people. But theM ahdbhdrata and the Rdmdyana are wrought into the very life of every Indian man, woman and child. Mothers tell their stories to their children, teachers to their pupils, the old to the young. Every child grows up knowing the heroes of these poems as familiar friends, having been moved to tears and laughter from earliest days by these loved names.
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