A chronicle of my adventures with the Indian Epics in the year 2020. :-)
Hey Laura,Wow! Thanks for showing us all what a good start to a storybook looks life! I am excited to see you add even more stories to the collection! Firstly, I really liked the idea of using small stories to tell the story of the Ramayana, and limiting yourself to only 100 words is a great challenge and forces you to get creative! I thought it was especially fitting to include the two cranes story as your first website, which paralleled you and your project nicely to Valmiki's role as an ancient poet. In the second set of stories, I did like the connections back to the main story of the Ramayana. It really helps to expand upon what I read in the main story. The most interesting of those to me was the rape of Rambha, which explained why Ravana couldn't have forced himself on to Rama's wife Sita. I did also notice how you divided the pages between Rama and Ravana, and I liked this because it helped keep the various stories coherent to a larger theme. Good luck and can't wait to see more!
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