9781683839200

Mahabharata

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  • ISBN13:

    9781683839200

  • ISBN10:

    168383920X

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2020-05-26
  • Publisher: Mandala Pub Group
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Summary

In this exciting rendition of the renowned classic, Krishna Dharma retells this epic as a fast-paced novel, but fully retains the majestic mood of the original.
 

As the divinely beautiful Draupadi rose from the fire, a voice rang out from the heavens foretelling a terrible destiny. “She will cause the destruction of countless warriors.” And so begins one of the most fabulous stories of all time. Mahabharata plunges readers into a wondrous and ancient world of romance and adventure. A powerful and moving tale, it recounts the history of the five heroic Pandava brothers and their celestial wife. Cheated of their kingdom and sent into exile by their envious cousins, they set off on a fascinating journey on which they encounter mystical sages, mighty kings, and a host of gods and demons. Profound spiritual themes underlie the enthralling narrative, making it one of the world’s most revered texts. Culminating in an apocalyptic war, Mahabharata is a masterpiece of suspense, intrigue, and illuminating wisdom.

Author Biography

Krishna Dharma is a practicing Hindu priest and renowned translator of the world’s most popular, award-winning editions of India’s great epics, the Mahabarata and the Ramayana. Appearing regularly on the radio, Krishna Dharma is also a frequent contributor to the international press. For nearly a quarter of a century, he has offered lectures and seminars on the Vedas and their associated disciplines. In 1986 he established a center of Vedic study in Manchester, England. He currently lives with his wife and three children in Radlett, England.

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