"Seeta Sheel", a Maithili-language, poetic epic book depicts the life, struggles and ideals of goddess Seeta who is revered for her devotion in the Hindu mythology. The complete life story is presented in two-liner verses. Seeta, the legendary wife of Lord ShreeRam was born in ancient Mithila and spoke Maithili. The rhythm, word-choice and vocabulary that the author has adopted in the book makes it an exilerating, smooth read. The life-sketch of Seeta is based on TulsiDas’ Ram Charit Manas. Beyond the central contents, the author devotes a page on depicting the god names in terms of numbers; and another on showcasing how a full poem could be written without using any “matras” (vowels) in Devanagri script.
The 244 page hardcover edition was first published by Vidyarjun Publications in 1986. Reprinted with minor modifications.
Binding: Hard Cover (Case Binding)
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