Welcome to Ramayana: The Thread of Luminance the exciting new interpretation of the ancient epic for the 21st Century.
Professor Vinay Lal from UCLA, who is currently working at Delhi University, writes:
"I like the art work by Adam. He is also undoubtedly right that the work belongs not just to Hindu culture and Indians, but to nearly all of south-east Asia and the global Indian diaspora... this is important work and he appears to me to have the imagination, intelligence, and dedication to produce something that could be novel and really unprecedented."
Read Book 1 Ayodhya
Introducing Rama and his brother Laksman on there first day of school where they befriend Sita and learn more than they bargained for...
Read Book 4 Beauty Part 1
The Search begins and Sita discovers more about her prison and those that seek to imprison her. Hanuman and his become stuck in a dark and long forgotten secret at he heart of Ayodhya.
The Vanara accompanied by Rama and Laksman make there down the southern most point of Ayodhya only to have Lanka City sit on the other side of the strait. All the time Ravana rebuilds and plots his revenge.
Read Book 2 Forest
In the second book events take a nasty turn for the worse as Rakasa princess takes a liking to Rama and the brothers lose a father whilst Sita beauty is noticed by an all powerful admirer.
An interlude as Hanuman by himself must find a way across the straits that separates Ayodhya from the only place that Sita must still be hidden.
The Vanara have made it onto LANKA ISLAND and the siege has begun whilst the evil KING RAVANA watches in anticipation for them to make a mistake in front of the world's media.
Read Book 3 KISHKINDHA
The Vanara Reveal themselves to Rama and Laksman as they undertake the first steps in finding their friend. and take a journey outside the city to meet a legendary figure.
Read Book 4 Beauty Part 2
Sita and Hanuman join forces in their attempt to escape from Lanka but the king and his heir will do anything to stop them.
The Raksasa Strike Back and the Vanara are forced to fight back whilst Rama and Laksman put themselves in the sights of King Ravana and Prince Indrajit are the epic comes to an explosive conclusion.