Ram & Sita: An Epic Breakup Story This event has passed. May 11, 2022 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm Convert to your timezone here Register now for the free webinar… If you can’t attend this event live, all who register will receive a 48hr-active link to watch the recording. Ram & Sita: An Epic Breakup Story The Ramayana is a story that has shaped and reflected the cultural beliefs of Indians over millennia. But at the heart of it, the epic is a story of love lost, found, and then lost again. In this seminar, attendees will get a brief glimpse of how the Ramayana has shaped notions of love and relationships, and begin to understand how the Ramayana still impacts the lives of Indians today. In this talk, attendees will: Be introduced the plot of Ramayana. Learn the epic’s historical and cultural significance. Experience interesting ways in which it has been retold. See various kinds of art, ancient and contemporary, that the epic has inspired. Enter Your Details to Register: Once you have registered, you will be sent an email confirmation with information about how to view/attend the webinar. Please check your inbox and if it lands in “spam”, drag the email into your inbox to ensure you receive the emails you need to attend. For support, please reply to your confirmation email or contact email@example.com. When she was eight, Samhita Arni started writing and illustrating her first book. The Mahabharata – A Child’s View went on to be published in seven language editions and sell 50,000 copies. Samhita’s second book, Sita’s Ramayana, a graphic novel developed in collaboration with Patua artist Moyna Chitrakar, was on the New York Times Bestseller list for Graphic Novels. She is also the author of the speculative-fiction mythological thriller, The Missing Queen. The Prince, her fourth novel, recently won the 2019 Neev Book Award. Samhita lives in Bangalore with two cats and teaches creative writing at the Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology.