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2 REVIEW OF THE RAMAYANA Review of the Ramayana The book is about the traditional life of a people in south eastern Asia. There is a mixture of humans and other supernatural beings. There are humans such as Vishwamitra who had supernatural powers. Indeed, she is the one who helped the king to have four sons. There are also those who are capable of fighting demons. Rama is one of those. He has to go and fight a demons to rescue the people. Others such as the kind do not understand about such things and that is why we see the king suggesting that he and his army will fight the demons. The theme of the book is a relation between mortal and other supernatural powers. It portrays
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