Treasure Island

jayaraman balasubramaniam

(6TH MARCH 1952 / SALEM, INDIA)

Ramayanam – An Epic Of India.


Rama Laxmana, Baratha Sathrukan were the sons - Of
Ayodthi King – sent them to Gurugula to won! – Rama’s
Marriage with Seetha happened by broking Siva’s Bow!
Against the wish of all, Rama left for forest for an owe!
Yearn the friendships of Guga, Suka, Veba, Anuman to mingle! - When
Against Dharma, Rawana took Seeth to Lankan Jungle!
Negotiation with Rawana failed, then Anuman made lanka fire! - Before
Anuman fly over the sea, consoled Seetha who was in fear!
Made the Dharma to Win! At last Rama fulfills peoples’ Will!

Submitted: Thursday, October 31, 2013
Edited: Friday, November 01, 2013

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