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  1. Naga Naga says:

    This is a set of 3 volumes book which covers whole Mahabharata with illustrations This comic book is just a simplified version of original epic The book is divided perfectly into three volumes Crisp and fast moving book once you are familiar with the characters of Mahabharata A must read for anyone who wants to read Mahabharata in a quick time Perfect 5 on 5 book.


  2. Jahan Thakur Jahan Thakur says:

    Whatever is found here may be found somewhere else, but what is not found here is found nowhere So says the Mahabharata, the longest epic in world literature Found this beautiful three tome comic which gives a simplified version of the story and acquired footage of Sadhguru explaining the events from a yogi s perspective This is not just a story, this is everyone s story To see jealousy, valour, love, hate, lust, friendship and divinity personified in different characters To learn from th Whatever is found here may be found somewhere else, but what is not found here is found nowhere So says the Mahabharata, the longest epic in world literature Found this beautiful three tome comic which gives a simplified version of the story and acquired footage of Sadhguru explaining the events from a yogi s perspective This is not just a story, this is everyone s story To see jealousy, valour, love, hate, lust, friendship and divinity personified in different characters To learn from their mistakes without suffering the consequences yourself truly a human story of the highest level It is too complex to fathom, past lives, future lives, boons, curses, complicated family trees, a story spanning several generations, different races from celestials, demons, gods and brave and weak men alike While reading about these valiant men, in their epic war, I was doing my best not to judge those from a different time period, but to live the experiences that they went through, so that I myself can grow A lovely way to learn the basic structure of this story, so that when I do my further reading viewing I have a some sort of idea of who is who, and what is going on


  3. Sanjev Sanjev says:

    I thought that these series of books refreshed me I also thought that it was well illustrated and factual I loved how it kind of had a prologue and an epilogue If there are anybooks like this, I would love to read it.


  4. Nik Nik says:

    Really enjoyed reading this to my kids It was a perfect way to learn about the epic story and cast of characters from the Indian classic This also was a perfect way for me to learn the contextual backdrop prior to reading the Bhagavad Gita Non Kid version Fascinating stories, as riveting as the Illiad and the Odysey.


  5. Raghunath Kalpana-Ananth Raghunath Kalpana-Ananth says:

    Superb Illustrations, Lots of back stories and explanations Enjoyed it through and through Best 1200 i ever spent


  6. Suhas G Suhas G says:

    Fantastic book, so many things to understand learn, and change your view about life and the society.Will read this book again after a few months Fantastic book, so many things to understand learn, and change your view about life and the society.Will read this book again after a few months


  7. Tanmay Tanmay says:

    Amazing book about Indian History Mythology.


  8. Jayakrishna Jayakrishna says:

    Fantastic illustrations to the world greatest story.With limited technology Amar Chitra Katha came up with great work I wish they try their hand with the latest technology too.


  9. Averill Averill says:

    a sexually charged violent romp through mystical India.


  10. Namratha Namratha says:

    One war.One EPIC war Of EPIC proportions.One war that was fought between the righteous Pandavas and the vile Kauravas.One war that lasted 18 days and wrecked untold havoc and anguish.One war that serves as a prototype for all future wars.The MAHABHARATA tells the tale of this great war and it is next to impossible to come away from this exemplary piece of work, unaffected.To review the Mahabharata effectively is difficult and frankly, a bit presumptuous It is a tale that should be read atleast One war.One EPIC war Of EPIC proportions.One war that was fought between the righteous Pandavas and the vile Kauravas.One war that lasted 18 days and wrecked untold havoc and anguish.One war that serves as a prototype for all future wars.The MAHABHARATA tells the tale of this great war and it is next to impossible to come away from this exemplary piece of work, unaffected.To review the Mahabharata effectively is difficult and frankly, a bit presumptuous It is a tale that should be read atleast once in a lifetime Populated with stalwart heroes who sometimes had feet of clay and dastardly villains who sometimes displayed great dignity, the Mahabharata churns up the age old struggle between good and evil Within it s pages, you will find heroes, anti heroes, heroines, villains, schemers, gods, demons, sages and warriors The Mahabharata unfolds on a grandiose scale and has so many effective twists and turns that a seemingly ancient tale appears to be realistically flawed with all the foibles that still plague humanity In this story, you find truth and lies, charity and greed, wisdom and foolishness, love and lust, revenge and forgiveness, peace and bloodshed You would be hard pressed to find another story that encompasses such a diverse range of emotions without ever appearing monotonous or tedious The Mahabharata is special because it is so very real And despite being a historical epic, it s themes are still present and throbbing and sculpting our day to day existence It has been rightly claimed thatanything that happens anywhere is an echo of what is in the Mahabharata and also that what is not found in the Mahabharata will not be found anywhere in the worldThis is not a vainglorious claim Having returned to the Mahabharata for the third time, I can vouch for the fact that the aforementioned statement holds true.And thanks to AMAR CHITRA KATHA s ever reliable storytelling prowess, a reader remains completely and utterly hooked from start to finish I was, am and continue to remain in awe of this story


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Amar Chitra Katha Mahabharata Vol. 1-3 [BOOKS] ✬ Amar Chitra Katha Mahabharata Vol. 1-3 ✶ Anant Pai – Thomashillier.co.uk The Mahabharata presents sweeping visions of the cosmos and humanity and intriguing and frightening glimpses of divinity in an ancient narrative that is accessible, interesting, and compelling for any The Mahabharata Katha Mahabharata PDF É presents sweeping visions of the cosmos and humanity and intriguing and frightening glimpses of divinity in an ancient narrative that is accessible, interesting, and compelling for anyone willing to learn the basic themes of Hindu culture The Mahabharata definitely is one of those creations of human language and spirit that has traveled far beyond the place of its original creation and will eventually take its rightful place on the highest shelf of world literature beside Homer s epics, the Greek tragedies, the Bible, Shakespeare, and Amar Chitra PDF/EPUB or similarly transcendent works This collection ofVolumes containsdifferent chaptersThe Kuru Princes of Hastinapura Veda Vyasa s epic on the Bharata race was first recited in public by his disciple Vaishampayana at the behest of the ageless seer Vyasa himself The recital took place in the august presence of king Janamejaya, great grandson of Vyasa, and the many learned sages who had assembled for Janamejaya s Sarpa Satra a twelve year long Yajnavv This volume describes the lineage of the Kuru princes When Pandu, the father of the Pandavas, dies Chitra Katha Mahabharata PDF ´ in the forest, his wife Kunti returns to Hastinapura with the five boysThe great Dronacharya trains the Kuru princes in the art of war The feats of strength preformed by Bheema, and Arjuna s skill at wielding the bow awake jealousy in the minds of Duryodhana and the other Kuru princesDuryodhana plots the exile of the Pandavas to the city of Varanavata Acting on the coded warning given by Vidura, the Pandavas manage to escape from the burning house of shellacThey live in the guise of mendicants at Ekachakrapura Later they proceed to Panchala to attend the Swayamvara of Draupadi Arjuna, the skilful archer, wins Draupadi s hand In order to obey their mother s words that they must share everything equally, all the five brothers are married with due ceremony to Draupadi The Pandavas are recalled to Hastinapura and are given half the Kingdom The Pandavas in Exile Volumedescribed the training of the Pandavas and Kauravas, the Pandavas escape from the burning house of shellac, their marriage to Draupadi and their subsequent return to HastinapuraIn this volume are described the slaying of Jarasandha by Bheema the subjugation of the other kings by the Pandavas and the Rajasooya Yajna performed by Yudhishthira Later, in the game of dice, the Pandavas lose their kingdom and live in exileAt the end of the period of exile, when the Pandavas come back to claim their kingdom, Duryodhana refuses to part with even five villages On the Battlefield of Kurukshetra The first two volumes of the Mahabharata described the growing animosity between the Kauravas and the Pandavas, the costly game of dice which led to the banishment of the Pandavas for thirteen years, the events during the exile and the proposal of peace from Dhritarashtra conveyed by Sanjaya to the PandavasThis volume describes the attempts of Krishna to bring about a peaceful settlement between the Kauravas and the Pandavas They fail and a bitter war is fought for eighteen days The Pandavas emerge victorious in the end.