Ekanath

Ekanath

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A Little Boy Sat Outside A Shiva Temple One Day, When He Heard A Voice Telling Him To Leave His Family And Go Seek A Guru In Distant Deogarh. Obediently, He Left His Family And Went. The Boy Would Grow Up To Become Ekanath. He Was Known For His Stand Against Untouchability, And His View That All People Were Equal. At A Time When The Priestly Class Held A Monopoly Over The Sanskrit Scriptures, Ekanath Wrote Treatises Explaining Them In Marathi, So That Ordinary People Could Read Them And Discuss Them. Ekanath Is Also Known For His Devotional Songs, Or Abhangs, Many Of Which Are Still Sung Today.
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Title
Ekanath
SKU
ACKEKANA4803
Weight
0.0900
Pricefactor
No
ISBN
9788184824803
Binding
Paperback
Author
Subhas L Desai
Editor
Anant Pai
Illustrator
V. B. Halbe
Publisher
Amar Chitra Katha
Publication Year
1977
Pages
32
Language
English
Genre
Comics
Age Group
25-35 Years
Volume Number
790
Price
Rs.70
Special Price
No
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Facts & Trivia–

ACK has sold more than 90 million copies in 20 Indian languages.

Amar Chitra Katha was the first publication to combine the comics art style with ancient Indian stories.

Lord Vishnu Has a Thousand Names!

Anant Pai, our founder-editor, wanted to acquaint Indian children with their heritage. He believed that it would help develop self esteem.

The first 10 ACKs were European fairytales! The first Indian story started with 'Krishna', ACK no.11.

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