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Published by RoutledgeCurzon .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Interdisciplinary Studies,
  • Sociology,
  • Social Science,
  • Ethnic Issues,
  • Ethnic Studies - General,
  • Social Science / Ethnic Studies

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages356
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9414356M
ISBN 100947593020
ISBN 109780947593025

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About this Item: Royal Asiatic Society, Hardcover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Published by The Royal Asiatic Society in , this is the first English translation hardback printing of Judith Jacob's REAMKER (RAMAKERTI): The Cambodian Version of the Ramayana (Oriental Translation Fund New Series Volume XLV). pages, blue cloth binding, gilt lettering the book is in . The Cambodian Version of the Ramayana By Kuoch Haksrea, Jeanne Jacob, Reamker (Ramakerti) Reamker. First Published Hardback $ ISBN Book Description. First published in Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company. Book Series. Published in the year , The Cambodian Version of the Ramayana is a valuable contribution to the field of Asian Studies. Description: 1 online resource ( pages). Series Title: Royal Asiatic Society books. Ramayana, (Sanskrit: “Rama’s Journey”) shorter of the two great epic poems of India, the other being the Mahabharata (“Great Epic of the Bharata Dynasty”). The Ramayana was composed in Sanskrit, probably not before bce, by the poet Valmiki and in its present form consists of s couplets divided into seven books.

The Cambodian version of the Ramayana, Reamker (Khmer: រាមកេរ្ដិ៍ - Glory of Ram), is the most famous story of Khmer literature since the Kingdom of Funan era. It adapts the Hindu concepts to Buddhist themes and shows the balance of good and evil in the world. The Cambodian Version of the Ramayana. Stone reliefs on Cambodia's temples from as far back as the 10th century depict scenes from the epic narrative of Indian origin, the Ramayana. Statues of the poem's heroes were worshipped in temple sanctuaries. While the Ramayana has been an important epic in India for at least two thousand years, the. Hence any attempt at prioritising the Valmiki Ramayana as the authoritative version when Paula Richman titled her book the ancient capital of Thailand. The Cambodian. Learn about this topic in these articles: Khmer literature. In Khmer literature: Classical literature. The best-known epic is the Reamker (“Honour of Rama”; Eng. trans. Reamker), the Cambodian version of the Ramayana, one of the great epic poems of ing texts of the Reamker date from the 16th or 17th century, but bas-reliefs at Angkor Wat show that the Rama (Cambodian Ream) story.

  Coupons & Deals Book Annex Buy 1, Get 1 50% Off: Books for All Ages Bestsellers 30% Off. Customer Favorites. New Releases Coming Soon Boxed Sets Signed Books Books by Author Book Awards Celebrity Book Clubs & More Read Before You Stream Best Books of the Year Pages: Buy The Cambodian Version of the Ramayana (Royal Asiatic Society Books) 1 by Kuoch Haksrea, Judith M. Jacob, Reamker (Ramakerti) Reamker (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Kuoch Haksrea, Judith M. Jacob, Reamker (Ramakerti) Reamker. The Cambodian Version of the Ramayana (Royal Asiatic Society Books) (Hardcover) By Kuoch Haksrea, Jeanne Jacob, Reamker (Ramakerti) Reamker. $ Not On Our Shelves—Ships in Days. Book Groups Literary Organizations Local Restaurants Store History The Bookmark.   The Cambodian Rāmāyaṇa was composed anonymously by at least three authors over three centuries, and is divided into two parts. The earliest writer, of the sixteenth century, accounts for about a fifth of the first part, covering the main events of the Bālakāṇḍa and Ayodhyakāṇḍa.