All rights reserved. No part of this book may bereproduced or utilised in any form or by any means,electronics or mechanical including photocopying,recording or by any information storage and retrievalsystem, without permission in writing from thepublishers.This is not a publication. This is a pre-publication draftmanuscript of a proposed book and is being distributedfor editing, comments, critics and suggestions. Thedistribution is within a limited group of experts,resource persons, people who are familiar with theRamayana, the aspects of the incarnation of Vishnu asRama, and those who are interested in the aspects ofdevelopment of a story.Those who receive this pre-publication draftmanuscript may forward it those who may be able tocontribute to the editing and development of the story.There will be errors, mistakes and contextual wrongsgalore. Please do not hesitate to point them out andinform the author email@example.com About the bookThe Birds of the Ramayana is a series that presents themost prominent bird-characters associated with theRamayana. Sampati, brother of Jatayu, waited formore than an age to await the arrival of the vanaras toshow them the route to Lanka and be of help to Rama.About the author
Environment Scientist, Ornithologist. Birder,Birdwatcher, Teacher, Trainer. Eclectic andSerendipitous Vagrant Traveller. On land, throughbooks, inside the internet, and deep within the mind.