By Ashok K. Banker

The 1st whole COLLECTOR'S version OF the total RAMAYANA SERIES!

THIS great 3,000 web page whole version includes the entire textual content OF ALL BOOKS within the sequence.

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PRINCE OF DHARMA: RAMAYANA sequence half 1
which includes the whole textual content of Prince of Ayodhya & Siege of Mithila
PRINCE IN EXILE: RAMAYANA sequence half 2
which comprises the entire textual content of Demons of Chitrakut & Armies of Hanuman
PRINCE AT battle: RAMAYANA sequence half 3
which includes the full textual content of Bridge of Rama & King of Ayodhya
PRINCE OF DHARMA: RAMAYANA sequence half 4
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Ashok ok. Banker’s Ramayana sequence is gifted the following the way in which the writer initially meant for his retelling. this whole version comprises the entire 4 omnibus publication variations which in flip collect all of the 8 books during this highly well known and bestselling sequence. this huge Collector's variation includes over one million phrases of textual content and comprises all of the unique writer Introductions and Prefaces to the Indian print variants, home made via the writer himself and made on hand completely lower than his personal AKB eBOOKS imprint.

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Beside this temple wms a tope, bailt by Asoka, which thoagb in rains was still above 200 feet high. In front of the tope w u a stone pillar, on which were recorded the circamstancea of the Baddha's decease, but the day uid the month were not given. Tbe pilgrim, however, Mcertained from records that the Baddha lived 80 years, and died on the last day of the month Yauakha (April-M ay), but the SarvastiTadins held that be passed away on the 8th day of the second half of tbe month Karthika (October-NoTember).

S. 1901. pp. 80—84. 64 T 1TTIBA JATAKA. Near the tope of the Tnsk-extractiiig, the pilgrim proceeds, was another tope. This commemorated the action of the Ju-lai while fulfilling the career of a P‘usa when in pity for the want of ciyility in the world he took the form of a bird; as such he and hilt friends a monkey and a white elephant asked each other which had been the first to see the banyan tree under which they were sitting. Each gave his experience and according to their statements they took precedence:the good influence of this proceeding gradually spread, men got civil order, and reli­ gious and lay people gave in their adherence.

Buddhist Suttas, p. 99; Bockhill, Life, p. 186; Fo-pan-ni*iiaaiiching ck. 2 ; Ta-pan-nie^an-ching ch, 29 (No. 113). 4 J. R . A . S. for 1897 p. 919. The remains near Kasia in the Gorakhpur District &c. by Vincent A . Smith. 8ITB O P KUSINAIlL 45 writers. It is possible, as has been conjectured, that with the help of the recent discoveries in tixe Nepalese Terai the site of this place also vill be found in the TeraL In some Chinese translations Eapilavasta and Kuiinagara seem to be one place.

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