Ayodhya Kand Part 1

Ayodhya Kand Part 1

"Ayodhya Kand is the second book in Valmiki’s Ramayana. It tells the story of Lord Rama’s exile from Ayodhya and the grief that grips, not just his family, but the entire city. In the first part of this book, Ayodhya Kand I, we find out how and why King Dasharatha is forced by Queen Kaikeyi to banish his son Rama. Even though the people condemn her for her cruelty and the broken-hearted king tries to appeal to her better sense, Kaikeyi is unmoved. Determined to protect his father’s honour, Rama accepts the harsh decision and prepares to leave. He is joined by Sita and Lakshmana, who decide to follow him during his exile. We trace the beginning of their journey from Ayodhya, even as the people of the city sink into despair. Ayodhya Kand I continues Valmiki’s story from the first book in the series, Bala Kand, which tells us of Rama’s childhood. It will be followed by Ayodhya Kand II "
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In This Book

Rama


Title
Ayodhya Kand Part 1
SKU
ACKAYOD5638
Weight
0.2500
Pricefactor
No
ISBN
9789350855638
Binding
Hardback
Author
Reena Ittyerah Puri
Editor
Reena Ittyerah Puri 
Illustrator
No
Publisher
Amar Chitra Katha
Publication Year
2014
Pages
104
Language
English
Genre
Comics
Age Group
8-16 Years
Volume Number
No
Price
Rs.250
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No
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A Great Comic. Should be read by every person.

Jai

Reviewed on 9/28/2015

The second part of Ramayana, very beautifully return, illustrated awesomely. If an epic like this can be told in such a way, then every child and adult will find reading epics interesting.
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EXCELLENT BOOK

RAVINDRA

Reviewed on 8/29/2015

VERY KNOWLEDGEABLE BOOK ,AND GOOD NARATION OF RAM KATHA.
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A great epic. Must read for kids and adults alike.

Shilpi

Reviewed on 1/17/2015

Amar Chitra Katha has done a great job in depicting the story in a very interesting and intricate manner that takes anyone`s breath away with the beautifully illustrated pictures.
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Nice series coming up

Abhiroop De

Reviewed on 1/7/2015

This is the second part of a much needed elaborate Ramayana. The illustrations are brilliant. But, it is getting too long I feel. If AK is in two parts, I wonder what more important kands like Lanka Kand and Kishkinda Kand would number to.
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All time Classic retold ACK style

Sandy

Reviewed on 12/9/2014

The one thing that strikes me about this book is the fine balance that ACK has been able to achieve between Art and Story Telling.
This book is contemporary yet classic. Excellent read for kids and grownups alike.
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