Welcome to Ramayana Audio.com
Hosted by Vedic Audio Knowledge (VAK), Producers of Enlightened Audio Programs, and by
 The Fairfield Film Society, A Non-Profit Organization

The Ramayana Is
Meant To Be Heard!


First time available in Digital Audio

A full dramatic reading in English of the unabridged Ramayana of Valmiki 


"The story of Rama, which touches on the delights of love and expounds on the fruits of Dharma, is rich with gems like the ocean and ravishes all hearts and ears." 

 --Ramayana

Listen Now!

Purchase Online

Other Products

Win Free Ramayana

Digital Media Tips

E-Booklet

Background Info

HI/NEH Grant

he Ramayana is one of the greatest and most timeless epics in world literature. The heroic deeds of Rama have inspired generations of young and old. Now for the first time you can enjoy the unabridged Ramayana of Valmiki in this new digital audio series.Presentation Case If you love Vedic literature, you'll transcend on the inner silence and depth of this sublime knowledge. And if you love a great story, Rama's epic adventure has it all – love and devotion, good versus evil, the challenges of war, and the secrets of enlightened life.  The value of listening to this epic tale has been lauded by sages throughout the centuries. Now you can listen anytime to Rama's breaking of mighty

Shiva's bow, Hanuman's great leap across the ocean, and many other inspiring stories contained only in this unabridged version. The translation iPod chosen for this recording, by renowned Indian journalist N. Raghunathan, captures the power and richness of Valmiki's original. Leading professional actors and storytellers are the voices on this recording, featuring Richard Ross, Stephen White, and Michael Sternfeld on Volumes I, II, & III, respectively. Volume I of this 3-volume set contains the first two books of Ramayana: Bala Kanda & Ayodhya Kanda. Volume II continues the epic tale with the next three books: Aranya Kanda, Kishkindha Kanda, and Sundara Kanda. Volume III brings the Ramayana to its thrilling conclusion with the final two books: Yuddha Kanda and Uttara Kanda.

rule

Winner 2004 Project of the Year NEH Humanities Iowa

rule

iPod

One DVD with MP3 Data Files - the "No Frills" Version
Our newest format, which contains 75 hours of high fidelity compressed audio files on just one DVD. Includes the official Ramayana Audio e-booklet, which guides the listener through the entire program.                                             Regular price - $299.00

$129
DVD

Six MP3 CDs - Digitally Remastered - Beautifully Packaged
For portable listening on your MP3-Capable CD player, choose this 6-CD version. Beautifully packaged in a custom gold binder with annotated guide to the contents of each CD.                                                                         Regular price - $299.00

$159
Audio Cassette

Audio Cassette - Our Original Analog Production
Available in Three volumes totaling 47 cassettes. Beautifully packaged in custom gold binders with an annotated guide to the contents of each cassette. Regular price is $299.00. On sale now, in celebration of the introduction of our new digital format. Individual volumes are also available at $99.00 each

$249

Produced & Directed by Michael Sternfeld of Vedic Audio Knowledge (VAK) with express permission of Vighneswara Publishing House, India, the exclusive copyright holders of Srimad Valmiki Ramayana, by N. Raghunathan


To Order Call
VEDIC AUDIO KNOWLEDGE
Toll-Free at 1-888-867-4396

Or use our electronic order form
Visa, Mastercard & PayPal accepted

VAK
306 E. Madison
Fairfield, IA 52556 USA

Voice/Fax
(641) 472-8697


E-mail
ram1@lisco.com

rule

Read What Listeners Are Saying - Share Your Comments

Home    Listen Now    Testimonials    Guestbook    Audio Samples    Order Form    Children's Audio    Videos    HI/NEH Grant    Free Ramayana Contest    Listener's Guide   Ramayana Forum    Related Sites   Program Notes   Biographies    Behind -The-Scenes
Listening to DVD
    Listening to MP3 CDs    Audiophile Information

rule

The views and opinions expressed by this project do not necessarily reflect
those of Humanities Iowa or the National Endowment for the Humanities.