Conceptual Aspect of Hydrological Cycle in Indian Mythology of Kishkindha Kanda, Ramayana

Sadhan Malik


Science and technological studies in ancient India has covered all the major branches of human knowledge and activities. The of geographical studies in India, began with the drawn of Indian civilization in ancient times, though a systematic account of classical Indian geographical concepts is not available, yet some valuable information can be found in Hindu mythology, philosophy, epics, history and scared laws (Rana, L., 2008). In this paper the main task is to extract and analysis the concept of hydrological cycle in the Ramayana Epic, reflecting ancient Indian since and culture about 5th to 8th century B.C..

Keywords: Ancient Indian Geographical concepts, Hindu, Hindu mythology, epic, Ramayana, Hydrological


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