Krishna

Krishna

Retold From The Bhagawat Puran

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Throwing His Aged Father Into Prison, Kamsa Occupied The Throne Of Mathura. Commanding A Formidable Army He Thought He Was Unstoppable. The Threat To His Power Came From An Unexpected Quarter, From A Cowherd Boy Who Was Rumoured To Be His Cousin Devaki'S Eighth Child, Krishna. Moreover, There Was A Divine Prophecy That Kamsa Would Meet His End At The Hands Of The Eighth Child Of Devaki.
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Title
Krishna
SKU
ACKUCKRISH9230
Weight
0.0880
Pricefactor
No
ISBN
9.79E+12
Binding
Paperback
Author
Anant Pai
Editor
Anant Pai
Illustrator
Ram Waeerkar
Publisher
Amar Chitra Katha
Publication Year
1970
Pages
32
Language
English
Genre
Comics
Age Group
5 + Years
Volume Number
501
Price
$2.90
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Amar Chitra Katha was the first publication to combine the comics art style with ancient Indian stories.

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