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  1. Amar Chitra Katha Ultimate Collection

    Amar Chitra Katha Ultimate Collection

    Special Price Rs.15,199

    Regular Price: Rs.18,999

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    Author : Anant Pai
    Publisher : Amar Chitra Katha
    Publication Year : 2012
    Binding : Collection
    Get over 200 Stories in English in one box! Now available on EMI!
    The Ultimate Collection is a treasure chest of wonderful Indian stories!

    Your kids favorite place and one stop destination for comic book, bedtime stories and a variety of stories in English.

    With 210 titles plus ten special issues this pack promises to keep you hooked. From epic adventures and legendary battles to funny tales and wise stories this collection has something for everyone. This box set is a great way to introduce children to all that India has to offer – the historical places, mythology and inspirational real life and fictional characters.

    This mega pack comes with a bunch of amar chitra katha complete collection its latest titles and is a collector’s dream.

    This Collection Consists of the following titles:

    1. Abhimanyu
    2. Adi Shankara
    3. Adventures Of Baddu And Chhotu
    4. Agastya
    5. Ahilyabai Holkar
    6. Ajatshatru
    7. Akbar
    8. Albert Einstein
    9. Andhaka
    10. Angulimala
    11. Aniruddha
    12. Aruni And Uttanka
    13. Ashoka
    14. Ashwini Kumars
    15. Ayyappan
    16. Babasaheb Ambedkar
    17. Babur
    18. amar chitra katha bahubali
    19. Baji Rao I
    20. Baladitya And Yashodharma
    21. Beni Madho And Pir Ali
    22. Bhagat Singh
    23. Bhanumati
    24. Bheema And Hanuman
    25. Bheeshma
    26. Bidhi Chand
    27. Bimbisara
    28. Birbal the clever
    29. Birbal The Genius
    30. Birbal The Inimitable
    31. Birbal The Just
    32. Birbal The Wise
    33. Birbal The Witty
    34. Birbal To The Rescue
    35. Bird Stories
    36. Buddha
    37. Chanakya
    38. Chandra Shekhar Azad
    39. chandragupta maurya history
    40. Chandrahasa
    41. Chennamma Of Keladi
    42. Choice Of Friends
    43. Chokha Mela
    44. Crows And Owls
    45. Deer Stories
    46. Dhola And Maru
    47. Dhruva And Ashtavakra
    48. Draupadi
    49. Drona
    50. Eknath
    51. Elephant Stories
    52. Elephanta
    53. Ellora Caves
    54. Gandhari
    55. Ganesha
    56. Ganesha & The Moon
    57. Ganga
    58. Garuda
    59. Ghanshyamdas Birla
    60. Ghatotkacha
    61. Gopal And The Cowherd
    62. Gopal The Jester
    63. Hanuman
    64. Hanuman To The Rescue
    65. Harischandra
    66. Harsha
    67. Hitopadesha: How Friends Are Parted
    68. Hiuen Tsang
    69. Hothal
    70. How The Jackal Ate The Elephant
    71. Indra And Shachi
    72. Indra And Shibi
    73. Indra And Vritra
    74. J.r.d Tata
    75. Jackal Stories
    76. Jagadis Chandra Bose
    77. Jagannatha Of Puri
    78. Jallianwala Bagh
    79. Jamsetji Tata
    80. Jawaharlal Nehru
    81. Jayadratha
    82. Jayprakash Narayan
    83. Jim Corbett
    84. Kabir
    85. Kadambari
    86. Kalidasa
    87. Kannagi
    88. Kanwal And Kehar
    89. Karna
    90. Karttikeya
    91. konark
    92. Krishna
    93. Krishna And Jarasandha
    94. Krishna And Narakasura
    95. Krishna And Rukmini
    96. Krishna And Shishupala
    97. Krishna And The False Vaasudeva
    98. Krishnadeva Raya
    99. Kumbhakarna
    100. Lal Bahadur Shastri
    101. Legend of Lalitaditya
    102. Lokamanya Tilak
    103. Maarthanda Varma
    104. Magic Grove
    105. Mahabharata
    106. Mahavira
    107. Mahiravana
    108. Mangal Pande
    109. Mirabai
    110. Monkey Stories
    111. Mother Teresa
    112. Nahusha
    113. Nala Damayanti
    114. Nandi Vishala
    115. Narayan Guru
    116. Noor Jahan
    117. Paurava And Alexandar
    118. Prahlad
    119. prithviraj chauhan history
    120. Rabindranath Tagore
    121. Raja Bhoja
    122. Raja Raja Chola
    123. Ram Shastri
    124. Rama
    125. Raman Of Tenali
    126. Raman The Matchless Wit
    127. Ramana Maharshi
    128. Ramanuja
    129. Rana Kumbha
    130. Rana Pratap
    131. Rana Sanga
    132. Rani Abbakka
    133. Rani Durgavati
    134. Rani Of Jhansi
    135. Ranjit Singh
    136. Ravana Humbled
    137. Roopmati
    138. Sahasramalla
    139. Saraswati
    140. Sati And Shiva
    141. Savitri
    142. Sea Route To India
    143. Shah Jahan
    144. Shakuntala
    145. Sher Shah
    146. Shiva Parvati
    147. Shivaji
    148. Soordas
    149. Sri. Ramakrishna
    150. Stories Of Courage
    151. Stories Of Wisdom
    152. Subhas Chandra Bose
    153. Subramania Bharati
    154. Sudama
    155. Sultana Razia
    156. Surya
    157. Tales From The Upanishads
    158. Tales Of Arjuna
    159. Tales Of Balarama
    160. Tales Of Durga
    161. Tales Of Maryada Rama
    162. Tales Of Misers
    163. Tales Of Narada
    164. Tales of Saibaba
    165. Tales Of Shiva
    166. Tales Of Shivaji
    167. Tales Of Vishnu
    168. Tanaji
    169. Tansen
    170. Thanjavur
    171. The Blue Umbrella
    172. The Brahmin And The Goat
    173. The Celestial Necklace
    174. The Churning Of The Ocean
    175. The Dullard And Other Stories
    176. The Fools Disciples
    177. The Giant and the Dwarf
    178. The Gita
    179. The Golden Mongoose
    180. The Greedy Mother-In-Law
    181. The Hidden Treasure
    182. The Historic City Of Delhi
    183. The Jackal And The Wardrum
    184. The Lord Of Lanka
    185. The Magic Chant
    186. The Mouse Merchant
    187. The Pandava Princes
    188. The Pandavas In Hiding
    189. The Prince And The Magician
    190. The Sons Of Rama
    191. Tiger And The Woodpecker
    192. Tipu Sultan
    193. Tirupati
    194. Tripura
    195. True Friends
    196. Tulsidas
    197. Two Oxen
    198. Udayana
    199. Uloopi
    200. Urvashi
    201. Vaishno Devi
    202. Vali
    203. Vasantasena
    204. Veer Savarkar
    205. Velu Thampi
    206. Verghese Kurien
    207. Vidyasagar
    208. Vikramaditya
    209. Vishwamitra
    210. Vivekananda
    211. Dasha Avatar
    212. Jesus Christ
    213. Mahatma Gandhi
    214. Leave it to Birbal
    215. Tulsidas Ramayana
    216. Valmikis Ramayana
    217. Param Vir Chakra
    218. Mahabrarat complete set I + II + III
    219. Divine Beings
    220. Bhagwat - The Krishna Avatar

    Estimated time for delivery 4 weeks

  2. Amar Chitra Katha 1 Year Subscription + FREE Tinkle Double Digest Pack of 10

    Amar Chitra Katha 1 Year Subscription + FREE Tinkle Double Digest Pack of 10

    Special Price Rs.1,799

    Regular Price: Rs.2,520

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    Publisher : Amar Chitra Katha
    Publication Year : 2015
    Binding : Paperback

    Amar Chitra Katha 1 Year Subscription + FREE Tinkle Double Digest Pack of 10

    Buy an Amar Chitra Katha subscription and gift your child the treasures of India!

    Amar Chitra Katha announces the launch of its “Treasures of India” subscription programme across India and worldwide

    Our unique subscription programme makes it possible for every Indian family to access and read hundreds of exciting stories in the comfort of their homes. 

    Indian Mythology

    The subscription offers home delivery of 3 select ACK titles every month. These titles,handpicked by the editor, include a wide-ranging mix of stories from the epics and the Puranas, from the wisdom of the Panchatantra, the Jataka, the Hitopadesha and the Kathasaritasagara, from the best of Indian classical literature and from the exciting pages of Indian history

  3. Valmiki's Ramayana (6 volume set)

    Valmiki's Ramayana (6 volume set)

    Special Price Rs.1,539

    Regular Price: Rs.2,199

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    Author : Harini Gopalaswami Srinivasan
    Publisher : Amar Chitra Katha
    Publication Year : 2017
    Binding : Paperback

    Valmiki's Ramayana - our most awaited release in the last decade!

    Join the growing line of Amar Chitra Katha readers to order your set. - The time is now!

    Product Highlights

    • Valmiki's great epic presented as never before in the graphic format.
    • 960 pages of colour and visual action as Amar Chitra Katha unfolds the ever-relevant story of Maryada Purushottam Rama, prince of Ayodhya.

    A must for every home. Perfect for family reading and sharing. 

    Come together with Amar Chitra Katha!

  4. Padmini (3 D Comic)

    Padmini (3 D Comic)

    Author : Yagya Sharma
    Publisher : Amar Chitra Katha
    Publication Year : 1973
    Binding : Paperback
    Hers Was A Face That Made Powerful Monarchs Lose Their Wits. Having Seen Padminis Reflection In A Mirror, Sultan Ala-Ud-Din Khilji Wanted Her More Than Anything Else In The World. But She Was Already The Queen Of Brave Ratnasen, Ruler Of Chittor. In An Unfolding Drama Of Lust And Treachery, Ratnasen’S Band Of Rajput Warriors Displayed The Outstanding Courage For Which They Were Rightly Famous. And Padmini Showed The World What Love And Honour Mean To A Woman.
  5. YUDDHA KAND

    YUDDHA KAND

    Author : Harini Gopalaswami Srinivasan
    Publisher : Amar Chitra Katha
    Publication Year : 2017
    Binding : Paperback

    Hanuman returns to Rama with Sita’s choodamani and a message from her asking Rama to make haste and rescue her. Rama and Lakshmana set out immediately with Sugriva and a mammoth army of vanaras and bears. Crossing the ocean they arrive at Ravana’s golden city of Lanka

    Both sides prepare for war and the stage is set for a terrible conflict which even the gods and sages are watching. Both armies are equipped with the best of generals and warriors, and the result is a war that is fought on many levels with each side losing thousands of its best soldiers

    Rama and Lakshmana are skilled in warfare and have been blessed by the sages with many divine weapons. Ravana, who is a celebrated scholar, a devotee of Shiva and a courageous warrior, is surrounded by his valiant sons and brothers. But he has two fatal flaws – those of arrogance and lust As the war progresses, Valmiki paints for us one of the grandest ‘epicscapes’ in world literature

  6. SUNDARA KAND

    SUNDARA KAND

    Author : Harini Gopalaswami Srinivasan
    Publisher : Amar Chitra Katha
    Publication Year : 2017
    Binding : Paperback

    It is said that reading the Sundara Kand is as good as reading the whole of the Ramayana. Sundara Kand or the Beautiful Episode tells the story of Hanuman and his flight to Lanka in search of Sita

    Hanuman’s search for Sita takes us through the prosperous streets of Lanka and into Ravana’s splendid palace where the valiant demon king lives with his beautiful wives and sons. When he finally finds Sita sitting lonely and forlorn in Ashoka Vana, he is overwhelmed with anger and sorrow at her grief. Consoling her by speaking about Rama and taking from her an ornament as proof of their meeting, Hanuman gives vent to his fury. He uproots Ashoka Vana and destroys everything in sight. He then allows himself to be captured by Ravana’s guards. They take him to Ravana’s court where he admonishes Ravana and tells him to release Sita or face the wrath of Rama

    Enraged by Hanuman’s audacity, Ravana orders his tail to be set on fire. Hanuman breaks his bonds and with the flaming tail leaps from one mansion to another setting each one on fire till the whole of Lanka is caught in a raging blaze

  7. KISHKINDHA KAND

    KISHKINDHA KAND

    Author : Harini Gopalaswami Srinivasan
    Publisher : Amar Chitra Katha
    Publication Year : 2017
    Binding : Paperback
    Hanuman shows Rama some jewels the vanaras saw falling from the sky. Rama recognises them to be his beloved Sita’s and strikes a deal with Sugriva. He will help Sugriva kill Vali and win back Kishkindha if Sugriva and his army will help him find Sita. After a bitter conflict, the brave king Vali is mortally wounded by Rama’s arrow and gives up his life. Before he dies he hands over the kingdom to Sugriva and asks him to look after his son, Angad Sugriva’s coronation is celebrated with great pomp and pageantry and Rama and Lakshmana retire to a cave in the mountains where they wait out the monsoon season. As the dark clouds move away and the sun breaks through, Rama sends Lakshmana to Kishkindha with a message – that it is time for Sugriva to honour his side of the bargain

  8. ARANYA KAND

    ARANYA KAND

    Author : Harini Gopalaswami Srinivasan
    Publisher : Amar Chitra Katha
    Publication Year : 2017
    Binding : Paperback

    Banished from Ayodhya for 14 years, Prince Rama, his wife, Sita and brother Lakshmana, wander through the Dandaka forest trying to find a place where they can settle down. They meet many sages and holy men who welcome them and guide them on their way. The sages tell Rama that they are plagued by demons and ogres who destroy their houses, wreck their rituals and prayers and have even killed many of them. They ask him to protect them since, even though in exile, he is their king

    Sure enough the three encounter the invincible Viradha, and then the dangerous Suparnakha Both are defeated, but Suparnakha is no ordinary demoness. She is the sister of Ravana, the demon king of Lanka Infuriated by her humiliation and angered by the killing of his brothers Khara and Dooshana, along with 14000 more rakshasas, Ravana plots a terrible revenge

  9. Ack - Timeless Ten

    Ack - Timeless Ten

    Special Price Rs.719

    Regular Price: Rs.799

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    Author : Anant Pai
    Publisher : Amar Chitra Katha
    Publication Year : 2010
    Binding : Collection

    Timeless Ten Includes The Following 10 Ack Titles:
    Krishna
    Mirabai
    Shakuntala
    Vishnu to the Rescue
    Ganesha
    The Brahmin and the Goat
    Rani of Jhansi
    Prithviraj Chauhan and
    Shivaji
    Valmiki's Ramayana

  10. Tales Of Birbal & Other Stories

    Tales Of Birbal & Other Stories

    Special Price Rs.630

    Regular Price: Rs.700

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    Author : Anant Pai
    Publisher : Amar Chitra Katha
    Publication Year : 2012
    Binding : Collection

    This pack consist of the following titles :
    Birbal the Wise
    Birbal the Clever
    Birbal the Witty
    Birbal the Just
    Birbal the Genius
    Birbal the Inimitable
    Birbal to the Rescue
    Raman of Tenali
    Raman the Matchless Wit
    Gopal the Jester