[A] rollicking, often rude and riveting version of an epic that is as much an instruction manual on how to live as a graphic adventure narrative of war. (Arifa Akbar Independent
'Here, with a long story, a large canvas and many different scenes, [Nagra] can draw on a great range of forms and styles in a virtuoso display ... For some the Ramayana
is a sacred text. Nagra's version is a new blessing.' (Margaret Reynolds The Times
Recounted with energy, wit and bold imagination, this version is a joy. (Philip Maughan New Statesman
'In Nagra's adaptation of the ancient religious text, which has its origins in Indian oral storytelling, he aimed to capture the same passion as the version he heard as a child. He borrowed several countries' Ramayanas and the freedom and energy of his approach leaps from the page.' (Angel Gurria-Quintana Financial Times, Books of the Year
Ramayana by Daljit Nagra is a lively, vibrant translation of one of the great epics of the ancient world, by the award-winning author of Look We Have Coming to Dover!