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However, when it comes to the Ramayana and the history of Lord Rama, there have been numerous authors who have accepted the Ramayana as a history of ancient events.
For example, the first Governor General of India, Sri Rajaji, wrote on the Ramayana and called it a history, as also did the English Indologist Sir William Jones.
By Stephen Knapp As of late, in the year 2007, the idea of whether Lord Rama exists or not has been called into question, by no less than some of the politicians in India.
So it is a wonder how such persons can be accepted as leaders of the people of India who should be concerned with preserving and protecting the culture of the country.
Many people accept these sites as the locations for the events described in the Ramayana.
So how can this be unless there are not some reality behind it?
Or, they are really attempting to dismantle or destroy the authority of the timeless nature of the civilization of the country.However, why is there not more archaeological evidence that points towards Ramas existence?Because such an effort has not been made in India and systematic excavations have never been carried out, says historian Nandita Krishnan.She says that to doubt the existence of Rama is to doubt all literature.Various other western authors have made a study of the culture and history of the Ramayana, such as Philip Lutgendorf in his book Ramas Story in Shivas City, California University; Joe Burkhalter Flueckiger and Laurie Sears in The Boundaries of Traditional Ramayana and Mahabharata Performances in South and Southeast Asia, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; W. Smith on Ramayan Traditions in Eastern India, University of Stockholm, and others.
There are also numerous places that are indicated as the locations where various events happened in reference to the pastimes of Lord Rama and Sita. I have personally visited many of these places, such as Ramesvaram, Nasik, Hampi, and others where there are particular locations and sites that are related to the events that took place in the life and adventures of Lord Rama.