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Popular Amar Chitra Katha titles that have been translated into different languages like Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, Bengali, Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Oriya
Pages: 32, Size: 9.5"X7"
  1. Ayodhya Kand Part II

    Ayodhya Kand Part II

    Author : Harini Gopalaswami Srinivasan
    Publisher : Amar Chitra Katha
    Publication Year : 2016
    Binding : Hardbound

    Dashratha, the king of Ayodhya, is grief stricken when he is compelled to send his beloved son, Rama, into exile. Unable to bear the sorrow, he breathes his last.

    Bharata who, along with his brother Shatrughna, is at the time visiting his maternal grandfather, returns to find a silent and brooding Ayodhya.

    Heartbroken to learn about the tragic events in the city, he sets out to find Rama. They are helped by the ruler of the Nishadas, Guha, and guided by Rishi Bharadwaja as they make their way to Chitrakoot where Rama, Sita and Lakshmana dwell. Alerted by the animals of the forest who flee before the approaching army, Lakshmana climbs a tree and sees the army of Bharata approaching. Fearing danger to his beloved brother Rama, he swears to decimate them.

    Will Bharata convince his brother to return to Ayodha?

    Or will he have to return, disappointed?

  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. Tales Of Sai Baba (Marathi)

    Tales Of Sai Baba (Marathi)

    Author : Anant Pai
    Publisher : Amar Chitra Katha
    Publication Year : 2013
    Binding : Paperback
    The Pious Flocked To Shirdi In Maharashtra. Sai Baba'S All-Encompassing Love Made Them Feel Better, Happier And More At Peace. He Could Reveal Himself As The Supreme Deity And Yet Assume The Form Of A Street Dog; He Could Turn Water To Oil And Save A Child Far Way From Burning Flames. However, By The Time He Left This World, In 1918, He Had Also Made Thousands Understand That Good Acts Are The Only Miracle Needed To Find God. Nobody Knows For Certain When Sai Baba Was Born Or Who His Parents Were, Or What His Real Name Was. He Arrived One Day In 1872 At Shirdi In Maharashtra. He Was Dressed Like A Fakir (Muslim Ascetic) And Lived In A Dilapidated Mosque, But Spoke Of A Hindu Guru, Whom He Called Venkusa. He Seemed To Be Well Acquainted With The Hindi Scriptures, But At The Same Time Was Heard To Quote From The Quran. The Word Sai Is A Persian Word Meaning 'Saint' And Baba Is A Hindi Word Meaning 'Father'. As His Name Indicates, Sai Baba Has Both Hindu And Muslim Disciples. He Did Not Approve Of Conversion And Believed That Everyone Had A Right To Follow His Own Path To God. Everything That Is Known About His Beliefs However, Is Deduced From His Actions. He Was Not Given To Theorising. Sai Baba Died In 1918. Even During His Lifetime He Had Become Famous, And After His Death, Shirdi (Where He Had Lived For Almost Half A Century) Has Become A Place Of Pilgrimage Where Hundreds Of Devotees Congregate Every Year. The Tales In This Amar Chitra Katha Are Based On Reports From Sai Baba'S Devotees.
  5. Veer Savarkar (Gujarati)

    Veer Savarkar (Gujarati)

    Author : Subba Rao
    Publisher : Amar Chitra Katha
    Publication Year : 2012
    Binding : Paperback
    No History Textbook Will Tell You The Hardships Indian Revolutionaries Had To Suffer And The Sacrifices They Had To Make For Their Country'S Freedom. This Amar Chitra Katha Highlights The Life Of Revolutionaries Who Were Exiled To The Dreaded Cellular Prison On Port Blair In The Andaman Islands. Many Went Insane And A Few Committed Suicide, But Veer Savarkar Refused To Be Daunted. He Valiantly Continued The Fight For Human Dignity And Freedom, Even In Prison. What Was The Secret Of Savarkar'S Strength? He Was Utterly Confident That India Would Achieve Freedom. That Conviction Gave Him Hope And Courage To Overcome Depression And Keep Fighting Wherever He Was - Inside The Prison, Or Outside. Much Of The Material For This Amar Chitra Katha Has Been Drawn From V.D. Savarkar'S Autobiography 'My Transporation For Life'.
  6. 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).
  7. Ganesh & The Moon (Marathi)

    Ganesh & The Moon (Marathi)

    Author : Prabha Nair
    Publisher : Amar Chitra Katha
    Publication Year : 2011
    Binding : Paperback
    The Moon Faced Ganesha Wrath For Laughing At Him, When The Elephant-Headed God Fell Off The Mouse He Rode. When Ravana Obtained The Atmalinga From Shiva, The Gods Were Perturbed And Turned To Ganesha For A Solution. Kind-Hearted, Benign And Always Ready To Help, Ganesha Can Also Display Anger At Injustice And Foolishness. This Amar Chitra Katha Features Stories That Revolve Around One Of The Most Popular And Endearing Figures In Indian Mythology
  8. Vaishno Devi (Hindi)

    Vaishno Devi (Hindi)

    Author : Aruna Balakrishna Singh
    Publisher : Amar Chitra Katha
    Publication Year : 2011
    Binding : Paperback

    Mata Vaishno Devi

    Bhoodevi, The Earth, Was Being Ravaged By Evil Asuras. She Turned To The Gods For Aid But Even The Powerful Trinity Of Brahma,

    Vishnu And Shiva, Were Helpless. Concerned By The Events, Their Consorts, Saraswati, Lakshmi And Parvati Combined Their Powers And Created Vaishnavi, A Woman Of Unsurpassed Strength. Vaishnavi Fought And Destroyed The Asuras But The Goddesses Asked Her To Stay On And Not Return To Heaven. Though Vaishnavi Did Not Realise It, Her Story Was Only Just Beginning. Amar Chitra Katha Tells The Story Of Vaishnavi’S Transformation Into The Meditating Goddess, Vaishno Devi, Whose Abode In The Himalayas Is Visited By Millions Of Pilgrims Every Year.

     

  9. 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.
  10. 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.