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Ramayana Tours in Sri Lanka

Ramayana Trail in Sri Lanka 

Taught to all in schools throughout India and Sri Lanka as the epic love story that had being related over from generations in the poem accredited to the great Indian Poet Valmiki describes the battles, journeys and victories made by Rama, the Indian prince in search of his abducted princess Seeta, who was bought to Sri Lanka by the demon King of Ravana to Lanka.

The legend starts in Ayodhya in Indian an brings together a perfect blending of the South India landscape coupling its steeped history, Cultural bonds and ancient spirituality ending its final battle ancient Lanka.

The reality of the tale is a myth but the legend is so great that it wraps India’s main annual festival Dewali to its followings and so great and real are the leftover sites and localities described in the legend.

Historians for years have maps the journey and helped identify possible locations described in the poem. Many of the sites are scattered around Sri Lanka today and have fairly accurate references to their credit.

Ramayana Tours in Sri Lanka

Historians for years have maps the journey and helped identify possible locations described in the poem. Many of the sites are scattered around Sri Lanka today and have fairly accurate references to their credit.

These sites have been identified in relation to some of the main events that have been described in the epic tale from the place where Seetha devi’s was held captive to the location where Prince Rama brought done the demon King Ravana, the ruler of Lankapura.

What’s amazing is that no one knows for sure if the epic is real or a myth but even today locals in the region where Ramayan Sites are will known of the connection between their village and epic and will proudly talk about the historic details and facts as they have be thought over the years. Not surprisingly, the details of the descriptions may vary from villager to villager but the pride will be shared amongst all.

Many of the locations identified will still have remnants of what locals and historians believed to have been left behind. For instance, many of the battlefields identified in the Ramayana still holds the blood stained red colour soil surrounded by lighter coloured soil. Herbs endemic to the Himalayan mountain range found scattered at locations believed to be the sites where soil fell when Hanuman was carried the Himalayan Mountain that contained medicinal herbs to cur Seeta.

Join Ranfer Travels Sri Lanka is a historic journey to the past to uncover the hidden treasures and remnants of this classic love story. Our staff has studied the most prominent “Must-See” places of the Ramayana Trails and will take you through and unforgettable family holiday experience through the island of Sri Lanka.

We have a range of Ramayana Tours in Sri Lanka you can choose from. What’s more, we can tailor-make your holiday itinerary to include other destinations around Sri Lanka that may interest you during your stay.

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