Tulsidas (1574) tells the story of Ram, the prince of Ayodhya, in Awadhi, a dialect of Hindi spoken in Awadh in Uttar Pradesh. The work consists of about a thousand stanzas, each about 12 to 18 lines, set in elegant rhyme. Every village and town in the Hindi heartland has a troupe that gives a theatrical performance, called Ramlila, based on Tulsidas' work. Ramlila is enacted as part of the Vijaya Dashami celebrations.
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|Number Of Pages||160|
|Publisher||Amar Chitra Katha Private Limited|
|Studio||Amar Chitra Katha Private Limited|
|Legal Disclaimer||Tusidas (1532-1623 AD) poet and philosopher told the story of ram prince of ayodhya, uttar pradesh ram charit manas consists of over a thousands stanzas each about 10 to 18 lines.|