Krishna and Kaliya &  Rama and the Squirrel

Krishna and Kaliya & Rama and the Squirrel

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Krishna and his friends enjoy playing on the beautiful banks of the river Yamuna. Then, one day, the pure water of the Yamuna is poisoned by the venomous serpent king, Kaliya. Who can fight the mighty snake? For the mischievous Krishna it is a challenge that he would love to take.

Rama is worried. He has to cross the ocean to save his wife. She has been kidnapped by Ravana, the demon king of Lanka. Squirrel feels very sad. She wants to do something for Rama but what can a tiny squirrel like her do?

Especially since Rama has such huge army of monkeys and bears to help him.

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Title
Krishna and Kaliya & Rama and the Squirrel
SKU
ACKJR8742
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ISBN
9789386458742
Binding
Paperback
Author
Reena I. Puri
Editor
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Publisher
Amar Chitra Katha
Publication Year
2017
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Language
English
Genre
Comics
Age Group
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Price
Rs.150
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