KISHKINDHA KAND

KISHKINDHA KAND

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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

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Title
KISHKINDHA KAND
SKU
ACKKK8384
Weight
No
Pricefactor
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ISBN
9789386458384
Binding
Paperback
Author
Harini Gopalaswami Srinivasan
Editor
Reena Ittyerah Puri 
Illustrator
No
Publisher
Amar Chitra Katha
Publication Year
2017
Pages
136
Language
English
Genre
Comics
Age Group
Teens & above
Volume Number
No
Price
Rs.295
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