The timeless story of the monkey-god Hanuman is that of a valiant superhero, best known for battling the demon Ravana in the classic tale Ramayana. Although Hanuman has the mystic ability to shrink and expand, and to leap great distances, it is his sensitivity and devotion to King Rama that make him such a memorable character. As a youth, Hanuman's mischievousness often landed him in trouble with the village elders. Finally they cast a spell causing him to forget his immense powers. Hanuman grew up thinking he was an ordinary monkey. His potential was realized only later when he was compelled to rescue Sita, the kidnapped wife of Rama, from the clutches of Ravana.
Joshua M. Greene is a renowned Holocaust scholar and filmmaker whose biographies have sold more than a half-million copies worldwide. He is a popular lecturer whose has spoken at the Pentagon and before the Judge Advocates College. His documentaries on Holocaust history have aired on PBS and Discovery. He has appeared in several national media outlets, from “Fresh Air with Terri Gross” and NPR to FOX News, CNN-TV, and more.