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10-yr-old rewrites 'Ramayana' in Odia

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10-yr-old rewrites 'Ramayana' in Odia

10-yr-old rewrites 'Ramayana' in Odia

A 10-year-old kid from Odisha's Bhubaneswar has rewritten the holy book of 'Ramayana'.

A student of fourth standard, Ayush Kumar Khuntia had done this work after watching the episodes of 'Ramayana' on television during the lockdown amid coronavirus pandemic.

He has named the holy book 'Pilaka Ramayana' (Ramayana for Children).

It has 104 pages in his mother tongue i.e, Odia.

It took Ayush two months to complete the religious book of Ramayana.


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