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Popular Amar Chitra Katha titles that have been translated into Gujarati.
Pages: 32, Size: 9.5"X7"
  1. Hanuman (Gujarati)

    Hanuman (Gujarati)

    Author : Anant Pai
    Publisher : Amar Chitra Katha
    Publication Year : 2010
    Binding : Paperback
    Hanuman Stands For Extraordinary Physical Strength, Courage And Humility. Above All, He Is Known For His Devotion To Rama. So, It Was Little Wonder That Rama Entrusted Hanuman With The Task Of Carrying His Message To Sita In Lanka. Again, It Was Hanuman Who Brought Him The Life-Giving Sanjeevani To Revive His Beloved Brother Lakshmana Who Had Been Grievously Injured On The Battlefield. Even Today, Hanuman Is Regarded As The Epitome Of Unfaltering Devotion And Unparalleled Strength.
  2. Baba Saheb Ambedkar (Gujarati)

    Baba Saheb Ambedkar (Gujarati)

    Author : S.S Rege
    Publisher : Amar Chitra Katha
    Publication Year : 2010
    Binding : Paperback
    Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar Was Born In 1891, In An 'Untouchable' Caste. He Was A Bright Student In School And Encouraged By His Teachers. However He Had To Face Insults From Peers Because Of His Social Background. With Persistence And Help From Some Well- Meaning People, He Became The First Matriculate From His Community. He Went On To Study In University Of Mumbai, Columbia University In New York And The London School Of Economics Obtaining Multiple Degrees Including Doctorates In Political Science And Economics. He Was Also Admitted To British Bar As A Barrister. Back In India He Worked As A Professor And A Lawyer. While Pursuing His Professional Career He Started Several Publications And Organizations To Fight Caste Discrimination. He Secured Affirmative Action For Untouchables In Legislatures And Campaigned To Open Educational Institutions For Them. After Independence, Ambedkar Lead The Drafting Of The Indian Constitution As Chairman Of The Constitution Drafting Committee. Ever Concerned With Social Reform, He Declared Himself A Protestant Hindu And Engaged In Studies Of Buddhism. Finally He Embraced Buddhism And Converted Thousands Of His Followers To The Faith. Babasaheb Ambedkar Died In 1956, Mourned By Thousands. Forty Years Later, He Was Posthumously Awarded The Highest Civilian Honor Of Bharat Ratna (Jewel Of India).
  3. Chandrashekhar Azad (Gujarati)

    Chandrashekhar Azad (Gujarati)

    Author : Shail Tiwari
    Publisher : Amar Chitra Katha
    Publication Year : 2012
    Binding : Paperback
    Chandra Shekhar Was Only A Little Boy When He Ran Away To Bombay In Search Of Adventure. Little Did He Know How Much He Would Get Involved In The Country'S Freedom Struggle. Those Were The Days When The Non-Co Operation Movement Had Gathered Immense Momentum And It Was In Varanasi That Chandra Shekhar First Confronted British Authority. After That There Was No Looking Back. Assuming The Surname 'Azad' He And His Band Of Revolutionaries Did Much To Awaken In The Indian People The Desire For Freedom. Martyred At The Age Of 25, Chandra Shekhar Azad Has Left An Indelible Mark On The History Of Indian Independence.
  4. Bhagat Singh (Gujarati)

    Bhagat Singh (Gujarati)

    Author : Subba Rao & Rajinder Singh Raj
    Publisher : Amar Chitra Katha
    Publication Year : 2010
    Binding : Paperback
    Bhagat Singh Sang Gustily As He Walked To The Gallows. Backed By A Courageous Family, This Twenty-Three-Year-Old Firebrand Was Wedded To Death. A Free India Was His Heaven, And The Martyrs Of The Freedom Struggle Were His Gods. Using Disguise And Guile, Persuasion And Force, His Life Was A Roller-Coaster Ride Through An Unjust System. But Eventually, He Awakened India And The World To The Idea Of Liberty, And Brought The Mighty British Raj To Its Knees.
  5. Prithviraj Chauhan (Gujarati)

    Prithviraj Chauhan (Gujarati)

    Author : Anant Pai
    Publisher : Amar Chitra Katha
    Publication Year : 2010
    Binding : Paperback
    Jaichand Was Furious! His Daughter Samyogita Had Eloped With Prithviraj Chauhan, The Warrior King Of Delhi. She, Like Many Others, Was Smitten By Tales Of His Daring, His Nobility And His Sense Of Honour. Though The Young Couple’S Happiness Was Doomed, Even In His Dying Hour, It Was The Brave Prithviraj Who Chose How His Life Should End.
  6. Chatur Birbal (Gujarati)

    Chatur Birbal (Gujarati)

    Author : Anant Pai
    Publisher : Amar Chitra Katha
    Publication Year : 2010
    Binding : Paperback
    Birbal, Whose Real Name Was 'Maheshdas', Was One Of The 'Nine Gems' Of Court Advisers Of Akbar The Great. He Composed Poetry By Another Pen Name 'Brahma'. He Led A Famous Expedition Into Faraway Afghanistan And Managed To Subdue The Turbulence There. Hearing The News Of His Death There, Akbar Burst Forth: "Birbal, You Always Gave The Helpless Whatever You Had. I Am Helpless Now And Yet You Have Left Nothing For Me!" Birbal'S Name However Does Not Rest On These Achievements. He Turned Into A Legend By The Innumerable Stories Of His Wit And Wisdom, Sense Of Justice And Fair Play, And Above All, His Uncanny Skill In Turning The Tables On His Detractors. Here Is A Sampling Of Four Stories. In One Story, Some Evil Courtiers Try To Trick Akbar Into Executing Birbal So He Can Find Out How Akbar?S Ancestors Are Doing In Heaven. Read How Birbal Gets Out Of This And Many Other Traps.
  7. Subhash Chandra Bose (Gujarati)

    Subhash Chandra Bose (Gujarati)

    Publisher : Amar Chitra Katha
    Publication Year : 2012
    Binding : Paperback
    The National Movement For Independence In India Threw Up Figures Larger Than Life, Who Surrendered Themselves To A Cause Bigger Than Anything They Had Ever Known. Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Stands Out As A Dynamic, Restless Force In An Era Which Had Chosen The Path Of Gandhi, The Path Of Peace And Non-Violent Non-Co-Operation. Bengal Chose To Voice Its Protest Militantly And Subhas Chandra Bose Was A True Son Of Bengal. India Was Awakening To Its National Identity And Netaji Marshalled Foreign Aid And Sympathy For His Cause. His Plans Met With Insurmountable Obstacles, For He Was Pitted Against Circumstances Quite Beyond His Control. His Was A Lost Battle, Perhaps Even A Lost Life, But As Events Have Proved, Not A Lost Cause. Netaji'S Last Order Of The Day To The Indian National Army Puts It Eloqunetly, 'The Future Generations Of Indians Who Will Be Born, Not As Slaves But As Free Men, Because Of Your Colossal Sacrifice, Will Bless Your Names And Proudly Proclaim To The World That You - Their Forefathers - Who Fought And Lost In The Battles In Manipur, Assam And Burma Have Paved The Way To Ultimate Success And Glory.' His Stirring Victory Slogan 'Jai Hind' Drew India Into One United Whole. To This Day, On Occasions Of National Importance, It Reminds Us That We Are One People.
  8. Ganga (Gujarati)

    Ganga (Gujarati)

    Author : Lakshmi Seshadri
    Publisher : Amar Chitra Katha
    Publication Year : 2010
    Binding : Paperback
    Ganga'S Cleaning Waters Were Urgently Needed On Earth. But, The Dauntless Daughter Of The Mountain God Was Not To Be Easily Subdued As Her Waters Darted About Uncontrollably. Only Shiva Could Tame Her By Entangling Her In The Coils Of His Hair. When Her Waters Could Finally Wriggle Their Way Out, They Were Calmer And Purer. They Turned Arid Wastes Alive And Filled Up The Oceans. Since Those Ancient Times When King Bhagiratha Sought Her Help, Ganga, Whether Roaring Or Placid, Dancing Or Sombre, Continues To Enchant One And All With Her Incomparable Beauty.
  9. Buddha (Gujarati)

    Buddha (Gujarati)

    Author : Anant Pai
    Publisher : Amar Chitra Katha
    Publication Year : 2010
    Binding : Paperback
    King Suddhodana Was At His Wit'S End. He Had Surrounded His Handsome Young Heir With Comfort And Riches, Love And Respect, But Prince Siddhartha Was Still Not Content. One Night, The Prince Abandoned His Family. Exchanging His Royal Robes For A Begging Bowl, His Luxurious Palace For The Shade Of A Tree, Siddhartha Lived The Life Of An Ascetic To Seek The Ultimate Truth About Life And Suffering. His Search Led Him To Enlightenment And He Became Buddha - The Awakened One.
  10. Chanakya (Gujarati)

    Chanakya (Gujarati)

    Author : Anant Pai
    Publisher : Amar Chitra Katha
    Publication Year : 2010
    Binding : Paperback
    Was Chanakya A Demon Or A Man? His Opponents Had No Answer. They Would Plot And Plan, Coax And Connive, But The Scholar-Turned-Politician Was Always A Step Ahead, Confounding Both Their Motives And Their Ambitions. He Led His King, Chandragupta, To Greatness, And Set His Kingdom On The Road To Peace And Prosperity. Then, For Generations Of Future Rulers, He Compiled A Useful Guide - The Famously Canny Arthashastra.