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  • Mahabharata 3 VOL. SET Mahabharata is the worlds longest epic poem. In this complete 3volume hardbound set, the epic is narrated in its full glory over more than 1300 pages. Volume 1 The Kuru Princes of Hastinapura Veda Vyasas 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, a greatgrandson of Vyasa, and the many learned sages who had assembled for Janamejayas Sarpa Satra (a twelveyearlong Yajna). This volume describes the lineage of the Kuru princes. When Pandu, the father of the Pandavas, dies in the forest, his wife Kunti returns to Hastinapura with the five boys. The great Dronacharya trains the Kuru princes in the art of war. The feats of strength performed by Bheema, and Arjunas skill at wielding the bow awake jealousy in the minds of Duryodhana and the other Kuru princes. Duryodhana 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 shellac. They live in the guise of mendicants at Ekachakrapura. Later they proceed to Panchala to attend the Swayamvara of Draupadi. Arjuna, the skillful archer, wins Draupadis hand. In order to obey their mothers words, all the five brothers are married with due ceremony to Draupadi. The Pandavas are recalled to Hastinapura and are given half the Kingdom. Volume 2 The Pandavas in Exile In 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 exile. At the end of the period of exile, when the Pandavas come back to claim their kingdom, Duryodhana refuses to part with even five villages. Volume 3 On the Battlefield of Kurukshetra This 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. https://floatproductimages.s3-ap-southeast-1.amazonaws.com/tile/54c8ca6a4ec0a40ed8ea07fc.jpg

    Mahabharata 3 VOL. SET
    INR. 1999

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    Mahabharata is the worlds longest epic poem. In this complete 3volume hardbound set, the epic is narrated in its full glory over more than 1300 pages.
    Volume 1 The Kuru Princes of Hastinapura
    Veda Vyasas 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, a greatgrandson of Vyasa, and the many learned sages who had assembled for Janamejayas Sarpa Satra (a twelveyearlong Yajna). This volume describes the lineage of the Kuru princes. When Pandu, the father of the Pandavas, dies in the forest, his wife Kunti returns to Hastinapura with the five boys.
    The great Dronacharya trains the Kuru princes in the art of war. The feats of strength performed by Bheema, and Arjunas skill at wielding the bow awake jealousy in the minds of Duryodhana and the other Kuru princes.
    Duryodhana 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 shellac.
    They live in the guise of mendicants at Ekachakrapura. Later they proceed to Panchala to attend the Swayamvara of Draupadi. Arjuna, the skillful archer, wins Draupadis hand. In order to obey their mothers words, all the five brothers are married with due ceremony to Draupadi. The Pandavas are recalled to Hastinapura and are given half the Kingdom.

    Volume 2 The Pandavas in Exile
    In 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 exile.
    At the end of the period of exile, when the Pandavas come back to claim their kingdom, Duryodhana refuses to part with even five villages.

    Volume 3 On the Battlefield of Kurukshetra
    This 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.

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  • Ayodhya Kand Part I Ayodhya Kand is the second book in Valmikis Ramayana. It tells the story of Lord Ramas exile from Ayodhya and the grief that grips, not just his family, but the entire city. In the first part of this book, Ayodhya Kand I, we find out how and why King Dasharatha is forced by Queen Kaikeyi to banish his son Rama. Even though the people condemn her for her cruelty and the brokenhearted king tries to appeal to her better sense, Kaikeyi is unmoved. Determined to protect his fathers honour, Rama accepts the harsh decision and prepares to leave. He is joined by Sita and Lakshmana, who decide to follow him during his exile. We trace the beginning of their journey from Ayodhya, even as the people of the city sink into despair. Ayodhya Kand I continues Valmikis story from the first book in the series, Bala Kand, which tells us of Ramas childhood. It will be followed by Ayodhya Kand. https://floatproductimages.s3-ap-southeast-1.amazonaws.com/tile/54c8ca6b4ec0a40ed8ea07fe.jpg

    Ayodhya Kand Part I
    INR. 250

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    Ayodhya Kand is the second book in Valmikis Ramayana. It tells the story of Lord Ramas exile from Ayodhya and the grief that grips, not just his family, but the entire city.
    In the first part of this book, Ayodhya Kand I, we find out how and why King Dasharatha is forced by Queen Kaikeyi to banish his son Rama. Even though the people condemn her for her cruelty and the brokenhearted king tries to appeal to her better sense, Kaikeyi is unmoved. Determined to protect his fathers honour, Rama accepts the harsh decision and prepares to leave. He is joined by Sita and Lakshmana, who decide to follow him during his exile. We trace the beginning of their journey from Ayodhya, even as the people of the city sink into despair.
    Ayodhya Kand I continues Valmikis story from the first book in the series, Bala Kand, which tells us of Ramas childhood. It will be followed by Ayodhya Kand.

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  • Jataka Collection The book is a collection of the following stories 1. Monkey Stories, 2. Bird Stories, 3. Elephant Stories, 4. Deer Stories, 5. Jackal Stories, 6. The Mouse Merchant, 7. The Giant and the Dwarf, 8. The Hidden Treasure, 9. Stories of Courage, 10. Stories of Wisdom. https://floatproductimages.s3-ap-southeast-1.amazonaws.com/tile/54c8ca744ec0a40ed8ea0802.jpg

    Jataka Collection
    INR. 500

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    The book is a collection of the following stories 1. Monkey Stories, 2. Bird Stories, 3. Elephant Stories, 4. Deer Stories, 5. Jackal Stories, 6. The Mouse Merchant, 7. The Giant and the Dwarf, 8. The Hidden Treasure, 9. Stories of Courage, 10. Stories of Wisdom.

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  • The Adventures of Suppandi 1 A 72 page collection of hilarious tales about Tinkles best loved comic character Suppandi, the goof, whose antics leave his bosses bothered and bewildered. Packed with puzzles and activities, colouring pages and craft ideas as well as a special introductory note about the origins of this iconic character. https://floatproductimages.s3-ap-southeast-1.amazonaws.com/tile/54c8ca784ec0a40ed8ea0806.jpg

    The Adventures of Suppandi 1
    INR. 125

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    A 72 page collection of hilarious tales about Tinkles best loved comic character Suppandi, the goof, whose antics leave his bosses bothered and bewildered. Packed with puzzles and activities, colouring pages and craft ideas as well as a special introductory note about the origins of this iconic character.

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  • Tales of Krishna Tales of Krishna is a collection of the following titles Krishna, Rukmini and Syamantaka. The stories are extracted from one of the ancient Hindu puranas known as the Srimad Bhagavad Maha Purana. Srimad bhagwat speaks about the greatness of Lord Vishnu and his 10 incarnations. Anant Pai or Uncle Pai, as he is popularly known as, was born on 17th September, 1929, in Karkala, Karnataka. He is the founder of the popular comic series Amar Chitra Katha and Tinkle. He propagated the tales of Indian mythology and folk among the children through comic books. Some of his other works include Ramu and Shamu, Little Raji, Funland and Rekha. He has been awarded with several prestigious awards in his lifetime. He died on 24th February, 2011. https://floatproductimages.s3-ap-southeast-1.amazonaws.com/tile/54c8ca6f4ec0a40ed8ea0800.jpg

    Tales of Krishna
    INR. 150

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    Tales of Krishna is a collection of the following titles Krishna, Rukmini and Syamantaka. The stories are extracted from one of the ancient Hindu puranas known as the Srimad Bhagavad Maha Purana. Srimad bhagwat speaks about the greatness of Lord Vishnu and his 10 incarnations.

    Anant Pai or Uncle Pai, as he is popularly known as, was born on 17th September, 1929, in Karkala, Karnataka. He is the founder of the popular comic series Amar Chitra Katha and Tinkle. He propagated the tales of Indian mythology and folk among the children through comic books. Some of his other works include Ramu and Shamu, Little Raji, Funland and Rekha. He has been awarded with several prestigious awards in his lifetime. He died on 24th February, 2011.

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