Kavitta Ramayan narrates the classical story of Lord Ram, regarded as a human incarnation of the Supreme Being, in a poetic style known as Kavitta. ‘Kavitta’ means poetry. Hence, the entire legendary story is narrated in verses of four to eight lines, and follows the standard system of such compositions in accordance with the ancient tradition of writing poetry in India.
This book narrates the full story of the life and time of Lord Ram that is universally known as the Ramayan, and is divided into seven chapters, each dealing with a particular phase in the life of the Lord. It is fine example of an excellent form of poetry that has it roots in classical India. Its narrative is at once lucid, enchanting and captivating for the mind. The Book is primarily in English that is aided by Roman Transliteration of the verses and explanatory notes. At the end of the Book there is an appendix that presents a calculation which proposes the approximate speed by which Hanuman may have crossed the ocean to reach Lanka, the island capital of the demon race where Sita was held captive, and an