The tales of the witty Maryada Ramanna (not to be confused with Tenali Ram) are very popular in south India. Everyone considered Ramanna as an illiterate and innocent shepherd. But when he defeated a great pundit with his knowledge and wisdom everyone was surprised. He got commendations from the villagers. Ramanna’s parents were very happy as they never imagined that their son would become a judge at the king's court one day. The fame of Ramanna spread to all the corners of the village. The villagers used to approach Ramanna for resolving their disputes and quarrels. Everyone was impressed by the judgements of Ramanna. He never made a mistake in his verdict. This book contains some of these stories and are retold in simple language and accompanied with colorful illustrations.
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