June 10, 2014

Professor Pramod Chandra

What is most striking is that this book appeals both to the cultivated public and the world of serious scholarship for whom it will become a kind of encyclopedic iconography.
Professor Pramod Chandra, former George P. Bickford Professor of Indian and South Asian Art, Harvard University

Other Specialists and officials articles

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  • Dr. Karan Singh

  • Dedication, devotion and scholarship Diane de Selliers puts into this work is quite amazing. It is a task that very […]

  • July 2, 2014
  • Manhaad and Surina Narula

  • This edition brings to the reader the subtle nuances of the Ramayana in a beautiful and easy to comprehend presentation. […]

  • June 21, 2014
  • Steven Kossak

  • The Ramayana is perhaps the most beloved of Indian epics and this lavish edition pairs the text with close to […]

  • June 20, 2014
  • Mr. Alain Juppé

  • A wonderful tribute to Indian culture Mr. Alain Juppé, former French Minister of Foreign Affairs, excerpt from his speech at […]

  • June 19, 2014
  • Professor Sheldon I. Pollock

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

  • June 15, 2014
  • B.N. Goswamy

  • It is truly something that needs to be savored, and celebrated. Everything in the set draws you to itself straight […]