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The Sons Of Rama
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Author Amar Chitra Katha
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Rama as king affirmed - " To make the people happy, I could give up anything - love, pleasure and even Sita." So, when whispers doubting Sita's chastity in Ravana's captivity, came to Rama he sent away the pregnant Sita. She was given refuge by sage Valmiki, author of the 'Ramayana'. There she gave ... Read More...
3 In 1 - Heroes To Be Remembered
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Author Anant Pai
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Hemu was born a grocer's son. Armed with shrewdness and grit he battled the Mughals to become the emperor of Delhi. In 326 B.C, Alexander the Great led his marauding army to conquer India. But first, he had to face the mighty warrior, King Paurava. As the ravaging armies of the Hunas swept acros... Read More...
Shiva Parvati
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Author Kamala Chandrakant
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Parvati was born a maiden of the mountain. The mighty god Shiva was practicing meditation in the dense forest. Desiring to win over Shiva, Parvati went to serve him. But Shiva paid no attention to her. At this time, the gods were being tortured by an invincible demon, so the prayed to the supreme go... Read More...
Ellora Caves
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Subhas Chandra Bose
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The national movement for independence in India threw up figures larger than life, who surrendered themseles to a cause bigger than anything they had ever known. Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose stands out as a dynamic, restless force in an era which had chosen the path of Gandhi, the path of peace and no... Read More...
Raja Bhoja
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Bhoja, King of Malwa during the 11th Century A.D., is well known to us as the central figure of the Vikramacharita. The original version of this work was probably written during his reign in his honour. In Vikramacharita, Bhoja discovers the throne of Vikramaditya, which is adorned by 32 statues. Ea... Read More...
Tales Of Shivaji
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Shivaji is one of the most inspirational historical figures in contemporary India. This is especially true for the Marathi speaking region to which he belonged. He was born in the 17th century in Western India at a time when the area was under the oppressive rule of the neighboring states of Bijapur... Read More...
Bahubali
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Bahubali's is a two-fold story: of the son of the first of 24 prophets of the Jains and of his statue of ten times man's height, sculpted in granite. The first prophet was a king who made Bahubali's brother Bharata his successor to the throne and renounced the world. Bahubali's brother, driven by th... Read More...
Ravana Humbled
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The three stories retold in this Chitra Katha anticipate in a sense, the tragedy that was to strike Ravana, the Rakshasa king, when he abducted Sita and took on an adversary like Rama. Ravana failed to learn the lessons of humility from these early confrontations. These encounters are significant as... Read More...
Uloopi
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Uloopi was the daughter of Kauravya, the King of the Nagas. The Nagas are a historical race and there are many references to them in the Puranas and Mahabharata. According to mythology, Nagadwipa was one of the seven divisions of India. There were Naga kingdoms in Mathura, Padmavati and Eastern Indi... Read More...
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