Bhatti Kavya is worth reading for its comparative antiquity of composition and its classic purity and eloquence of style. It is not the poem without passages of great descriptive power and general poetical merit. It narrates the oft-told adventures of the subject of all verse, the beloved Man-God Rama, his birth, life, his sufferings and triumphs.
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