Mahabharata (3 Vol. Set)

Mahabharata (3 Vol. Set)

Mahabharata Is The World'S Longest Epic Poem. In This Complete 3-Volume Hardbound Set, The Epic Is Narrated In Its Full Glory Over More Than 1300 Pages. Volume 1: The 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, A Great-Grandson Of Vyasa, And The Many Learned Sages Who Had Assembled For Janamejaya'S Sarpa Satra (A Twelve-Year-Long 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 Preformed By Bheema, And Arjuna'S 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 Skilful Archer, Wins Draupadi'S Hand. In Order To Obey Their Mother'S 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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Title
Mahabharata (3 Vol. Set)
SKU
ACKCMAHA9016
Weight
3.6520
Pricefactor
Yes
ISBN
9788190599016
Binding
Hardbound
Author
Anant Pai
Editor
No
Illustrator
Various
Publisher
Amar Chitra Katha
Publication Year
2010
Pages
1328
Language
English
Genre
Comics
Age Group
9-19 Years
Volume Number
No
Price
Rs.2,499
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Sanjoy

Reviewed on 12/24/2014

The book is extremely good with respect to print quality content etc. My son likes it very much. Though parental guidance is required for kids to fully take advantage of the Mahabharatha rendered here.
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Very nice

Sankar

Reviewed on 1/31/2016

superb book at a good price
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Dhananjai

Reviewed on 12/12/2015

This is the book which is the best book of Mahabharata I have read till now.
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soooooooooooooooooooooooooooo gooooooooooooooooooooooooood

purusotham

Reviewed on 12/3/2015

nice
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love this

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Reviewed on 12/3/2015

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Abhinay

Reviewed on 11/4/2015

if u wanna know few solutions for the questions raised in your life den it is must to go thru this collection

truly interesting & inspiring
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Best Volume from ACK

Rajesh

Reviewed on 9/2/2015

Best creation, Nice Narration. Accurate details
Am loving this volumes
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good

Nandeeswar

Reviewed on 8/19/2015

price has to be reduced..
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The complete story with excellent illustrations

Rinil.A.V

Reviewed on 8/13/2015

Story given detailed and characters illustrated are live. Over all excellent. My suggestion is that every body should read this book. This book can compete with any other Mahabharatha books. And also i recommend to read other books like Tulsidas Ramayan, Bhagavath The KrishnaAvatar and other Mythological books
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Nandeeswar

Reviewed on 8/7/2015

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