Kamba Ramayanam: Sundara kandam
Dept. of Tamil Development-Culture, Govt. of Tamil Nadu, 1992 - Rāma (Hindu deity)
Extended narrative poem on the life and works of Rāma (Hindu deity); with exhaustive interpretative notes.
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