Amar chitra katha: epics and mythology (10 vols. set)

Contributor(s): Pai, Anant [Editor]
Material type: TextTextSeries: Amar chitra katha: epics and mythologyPublisher: Mumbai Amar Chitra Katha 2014Description: Vol. 1: 32 p. Vol. 2: 31 p. Vol. 3: 32 p. Vol. 4: 31 p. Vol. 5: 32 p. Vol. 6: 32 p. Vol. 7: 31 p. Vol. 8: 31 p. Vol. 9: 32 p. Vol. 10: 30 p.ISBN: 9788184821628; 9788184821864; 9788184822892; 9788184820119; 9788184821826; 9788184821215; 9788189999407; 9788189999698; 9788189999315; 9788189999360Subject(s): Amar chitra katha | Epics and mythology | Hindu mythology - Fiction | Comic books, strips, etcDDC classification: 823.912 Summary: Son of the beautiful goddess Ganga, the giver of life, the lad was born to greatness. Not only was he handsome and wise, he was also equally adept on the battlefield or in a regal court. As this tale reveals, Bheeshma is best remembered for his exceptional honesty and kindness. Who else would have uncomplainingly suffered the trials of kingship without its comforts? Who else would have chosen long years of loneliness just to pander to a father's whim?
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Son of the beautiful goddess Ganga, the giver of life, the lad was born to greatness. Not only was he handsome and wise, he was also equally adept on the battlefield or in a regal court. As this tale reveals, Bheeshma is best remembered for his exceptional honesty and kindness. Who else would have uncomplainingly suffered the trials of kingship without its comforts? Who else would have chosen long years of loneliness just to pander to a father's whim?

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