The Elusive Kaka

The Elusive Kaka

Adapted From The Kannada Classic, Kakana Kote
Kacha, Of The Kuruba Tribe, Saves The King From A Mad Elephant And Is Appointed Caretaker Of The King'S Elephants. Later, The Memory Of The Hills And Forests Which Are His Home Call Him Back. Kacha Goes Back To His People And Is Made The Kaka Or Village Chief. However, The Hegade Or Feudal Lord Authorised To Collect Tribute On Behalf Of The King, Exploits The Villagers By Demanding In Excess And Keeping More Than Half For Himself. Kacha Is Determined To Fight This Tyranny. The Elusive Kaka Is Adapted From The Kannada Play, Kakana Kote, Written By Masti Venkatesha Iyengar. It Speaks Of The Bond That The Kurubas Have With The Forest And How They Must Fight To Preserve It, If They Must Preserve Themselves.
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Title
The Elusive Kaka
SKU
ACKTHEE5381
Weight
0.0900
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ISBN
9788184825381
Binding
Paperback
Author
B. R. Kurkal
Editor
Anant Pai
Illustrator
Ram Waeerkar
Publisher
Amar Chitra Katha
Publication Year
1983
Pages
32
Language
English
Genre
Comics
Age Group
10-18 Years
Volume Number
816
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Rs.70
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