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Hothal (The Story of A Celestial Dancer)
Hothal (The Story of A Celestial Dancer)
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In Indian mythology, apsaras are beautiful dancers who live in heaven. Hotahal is different. Though an apsara, she longs to live on earth like a mortal.

Hothal gets her wish when Indra sends her to live on earth. She finds that life as a human is harder and evehn more sorrowful than she can imagine. Her father is evicted from his kingdom, and they live as exiles. Even When her beloved father dies, Hothal remains brave and strong. She decides to disguise herself as a man and avenge the injustice done to her father. While in disguise, she allies herself with the valiamt Odha and soon falls deeply in love with him.

This story from Kutch is an exciting mixture of war, wit, and romance.

Hothal (The Story of A Celestial Dancer)

Item Code:
NAD613
Cover:
Paperback
Edition:
2010
ISBN:
9788184824209
Size:
9.5 inch X 7.0 inch
Pages:
32
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Weight of the Book: 73 gms
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About the Book

In Indian mythology, apsaras are beautiful dancers who live in heaven. Hotahal is different. Though an apsara, she longs to live on earth like a mortal.

Hothal gets her wish when Indra sends her to live on earth. She finds that life as a human is harder and evehn more sorrowful than she can imagine. Her father is evicted from his kingdom, and they live as exiles. Even When her beloved father dies, Hothal remains brave and strong. She decides to disguise herself as a man and avenge the injustice done to her father. While in disguise, she allies herself with the valiamt Odha and soon falls deeply in love with him.

This story from Kutch is an exciting mixture of war, wit, and romance.

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