July 1, 2014

The Economic Times, Kolkata

Interest in Ramayana can never die. French publisher Diane de Selliers has accomplished the creation of a beautiful version of Valmiki’s Ramayana in French, illustrated with 660 exquisite reproductions of miniature paintings (16th-19th century) sourced from around the world.
The Economic Times, Kolkata
Narayani Ganesh
October 28, 2011
The Economic Times

Other Indian press articles

  • The Business Standard, New Delhi

  • The Ramayana published by Editions Diane de Selliers – perhaps the most ambitious illustrated project on the epic – undertaken […]

  • The Hindustan Times

  • India’s sacred epic found its way to French publisher Diane de Selliers a decade back who has now brought out […]

  • Asianage

  • Your jaw will fall slack when you see the grandeur of Madame de Selliers’ Ramayana. You need to go back […]

  • November 11, 2011
  • The Indian Express

  • A magnificent seven-volume series of the Ramayana with over 600 stunning illustrations from museums and private collections all over the […]

  • October 22, 2011
  • The New Indian Express

  • Valmiki’s magnum opus, Ramayana which epitomises the essence of ancient Indian philosophy now has a spanking new French edition, thanks […]

  • October 20, 2011
  • The Pioneer

  • A French tribute to Lord Rama. Ila Sankrityayan The Pioneer

  • The Hindu

  • The lavishly illustrated French translation of Valmiki’s epic in seven volumes epitomises Ms. Diane’s approach to book publishing. Having spent […]

  • October 19, 2011
  • Mail Today

  • The French renditions of Valmiki’s 48,000 verses have been lavishly illustrated with 660 miniatures shortlisted from 5,000 Ramayan-inspired paintings that […]

  • January 31, 2011
  • Times Of India

  • A discussion on ‘Many Ramayanas’ at the Jaipur Literature Festival (Jan 21-25) — among professor of Hindi and modern Indian […]

  • January 22, 2011
  • India Real Time

  • If a new edition of a book that’s been around for centuries is creating a buzz, there must be something […]