Everything you need to understand or teach Gods, Demons and Others by R. K. Narayan.
Written by R.K. Narayan, who is regarded as one of India's greatest English language novelists, Gods, Demons and Others is a collection of some of the most well-known stories of Hindu mythology. They are taken, in part, from the ancient texts of 'The Ramayana', an epic hero's tale starring Rama, which is known in one form or another by every man, woman and child in the Indian society, and 'The Mahabharata', which is the other major epic tale of the culture, starring two rival families and chronicling their struggles. The stories of 'Viswamitra', 'Ravana' and 'Valmiki' are all taken from 'The Ramayana'. 'Yayati', 'Draupadi', 'Nala', 'Savitri', 'Shakuntala', 'Harischandra' and 'Sibi' are out of 'The Mahabharata'. The source of 'Lavana' and 'Chudala' is the 'Yoga-Vasishta'. The source of 'Devi' is the 'Devi Bhagavatam', and the source of 'Manmata' is the 'Shiva Purana'. Finally, 'The Mispaired Anklet' is from the Tamil epic... View more of the Gods, Demons, and Others Summary
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