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India's epic poem, the Ramayana, is a dramatic, ever-evolving tale of a prince and his bride, their adventures and . A great boon to all who seek to better understand the creative genius of India. Philip Lutgendorf, author of The Life of a Text).

India's epic poem, the Ramayana, is a dramatic, ever-evolving tale of a prince and his bride, their adventures and dilemmas. Series: California Studies in the History of Art (Book 34). Hardcover: 330 pages.

The Two-Headed Deer book. Joanna Williams studies the art of the Ramayana in Orissa, a region known for its elegantly carved temples. With depth and originality India's epic poem, the Ramayana, is a dramatic, ever-evolving tale of a prince and his bride, their adventures and dilemmas, and demons.

India's epic poem, the Ramayana, is a dramatic, ever-evolving tale of a prince and his bride, their adventures and dilemmas, and demons. With depth and originality, Williams considers how Indian art tells a story in distinctive ways.

The Two-Headed Deer: Illustration of the Ramayana in Orissa. In the more recent years, I have been inquiring into the religion of the Mother Goddess. This has brought me to Orissa for fieldwork in a living tradition-that of the village goddess

The Two-Headed Deer: Illustration of the Ramayana in Orissa. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1996. This has brought me to Orissa for fieldwork in a living tradition-that of the village goddess. Annapurna Ma, Priestess and Healer: Women's Agency in Folk Culture of Rural Orissa.

The Two-Headed Deer: Illustrations of the Rāmāyana in Orissa. xxiv, 210 pp. 289 plates. Recommend this journal. The Journal of Asian Studies.

in Orissa, including temple carvings, dance traditions, shadow theater, and dra­ matic Ramlila performances, but her main focus is on the sequential series of illustrations found on palm-leaf folios, in temple paintings, and on playing cards from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The principal illustrations that she discusses are seven illustrated versions of the. Adhyatma Ramayana, four illustrated versions of the. Lavanyavati.

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The lyrics for the performance are taken from the Bichitra Ramayana by the Oriya poet Biswanatha Khuntia. The Two-headed Deer: Illustrations of the Rāmāyaṇa in Orissa. Download as PDF. Printable version. That it has been named after the villain of the Ramayana has been ascribed variously to the influence of the Jains and the Tamils, both of whom view Rabana with greater sympathy than other Hindus  . Berkeley: University of California Press.

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