Valmiki

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Val·mi·ki

 (väl-mē′kē) fl. c. 300 bc.
Indian epic poet, traditionally considered the author of the Ramayana.
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10 (ANI): Madhya Pradesh Women and Child Development Minister Archana Chitnis on Tuesday invited the wrath of Valmiki community after she called sage Valmiki, author of Ramayana, a dacoit.
Summary: Sawant is facing a case related to alleged objectionable remarks against sage Valmiki
And they range wildly, from the Indian sage Valmiki to Chinese historical figures named Chang, and from nearly book-length pieces to this one-sentence essay, named "The Sahara": "Camels' feet leave lotus-pad prints in thesand.
The right-wing outfit has made the Ramlilas to include the worship of Sage Valmiki along with Lord Rama at Ramleela events across the national Capital.
It follows the story of a bloodthirsty bandit who renounces violence and greed and transforms into the pious sage Valmiki.
It follows the story of a blood-thirsty bandit who renounces violence and greed and transforms into the pious sage Valmiki.
Places of interest around the tiger reserve include the hermitage of sage Valmiki, Sofa temple, Nardevi temple, Madanpur Devi Asthan and the Someshwar temple.
First time on Indian celluloid, Lava Kusa: The Warrior Twins is the tale of two endearing twins, Lava and Kusa, growing up in the forest with their mother Sita and sage Valmiki.
Sage Valmiki, who wrote the great epic Ramayana, is another example.