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About the Book : “ Dandi Ramayana” also known as Jagamohana Ramayana is a work composed by Balaram Das in the 15th Century. It contains a) Adya and Ayodhya Kand b) Aranyaka Kanda c) Lanka Kanda d) Uttara Kanda e) Kiskindha Kanda. This master piece composed by Balaram Das is completely different from that of the great epic of Valmik.
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Dandi Ramayana is not a literal translation of the Valmiki Ramayan. Odia customs and tradition and folk tales are woven into the main story. Sri Ram during his search for Mata Sita visits numerous sacred places in Orissa – not part of the original Valmiki Ramayan. Link – Read Dandi Ramayana Online in Hindi
ramayana Where is it mentioned that Shabari offered to
Around the same time as Tulsidas wrote his Ramayana, Balaram Das wrote his Odia Dandi Ramayana. Here we find the storyof how Rama encounters Shabari and she scours the forest to find sweet mango (think of it as berries) for him. He eat those with "teeth marks" indicating they have been tasted and rejects those without teeth marks.
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If Odisha’s cultural scholar Asit Mohanty is to be believed, the 15th Century Odia Dandi Ramayana mentions the word Rasagola. It’s written by Odia medieval poet Balaram Das. Plus contrary to claims made by others, the ‘Chhena’ or Cheese was known to
Rasagola: The Ritual offering of Odisha
Balarama Das’s Odia Ramayana is known as Dandi Ramayana or Jagamohana Ramayana. There are ample descriptions of chhena and chhena products in it. Pundit Govinda Rath was the first scholar to edit and publish it. He was born in the Patapur (Padmanavapur) sasan in Banki in 1848. He did a lot of work for Odia language and literature and died on
Rasagola’s Odisha origin evidence in the ‘Dandi Ramayan
“Dandi Ramayan being an adaptation in Odia of the original Valmiki Ramayana, its composerpoet Balaram Das has mentioned delicacies including rasagola which was then prevalent in Odia homes to describe the feast offered by sage Bharadwaj to Bharata,” said Asit Mohanty, a research scholar on Jagannath cult and traditions.