Veer Dhaval

Veer Dhaval

An Adaptation Of Nath Madhav'S Famous Novel

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The Infant Heir Son Of The Chieftain Of Fort Ajinkya, Escapes A Political Blood-Bath Which Claims The Lives Of His Parents. Whisked Away By A Quick-Thinking Nurse, He Is Raised By Another Local Chieftain Who Is Not Aware Of His Identity. The Child Is Named Veer Dhaval. Veer Dhaval'S Life Takes A Twist When He Falls In Love With His Benefactor'S Daughter. But The Other Suitor For Her Hand Is The Wicked Chanda Varma, The Murderer Of His Parents. This Amar Chitra Katha Has Been Adapted From Nath Madhav'S (1882 – 1928) Famous Marathi Novel, Veer Dhaval.
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Title
Veer Dhaval
SKU
ACKVEER5374
Weight
0.0900
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N/A
ISBN
9788184825374
Binding
Paperback
Author
Malati Deshpande
Editor
Anant Pai
Illustrator
M. R. Fernandes
Publisher
Amar Chitra Katha
Publication Year
1976
Pages
32
Language
English
Genre
Comics
Age Group
10-18 Years
Volume Number
815
Price
Rs.70
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No
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