When Ram Rahman (himself an artist and photographer) wrote to me, I realized that the "Dashrath Jataka" exhibition which I had mentioned in my earlier article was infact designed by him. What a small world! The exhibition was part of "Hum Sab Ayodhya". You can read more about it here. I am attaching an excerpt below.
Meanwhile ‘Hum Sab Ayodhya’ was attacked in Faizabad by 15 Bajrang Dal activists looking for something to make an issue over. What they found was a text reference to the Dashrath Jataka, from the Buddhist tradition, the earliest known version of the Ram Katha, where the narrative and genealogy of Rama are at variance with the Valmiki Ramayan. A rumour was floated that we had made a ‘poster’ blaspheming Rama and Sita as brother and sister. Not having succeeded in scuttling ‘Mukt Nad’, the day after the programme, both in Parliament in Delhi and more effectively through the RSS machine, this rumour was spread across the country.Btw, Ram Rahman is the son of Indrani Rahman (1930-1999) , who was India's cultural ambassador, a legendary dance performer in various styles including Bharata Natyam, Mohini Attam, Kuchipudi and Odissi. She was Miss India 1952 ( along with Nutan ) and the first Miss India to participate in Miss Universe Pageant in California in 1952 :)