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Little Monk's Krishna
Little Monk's Krishna
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About the Book

For centuries, the children of India have grown up hearing the adventures of Lord Krishna as a boy. Krishna has been the favourite of young and old alike because of his delightfully mischievous nature. Accompanied by richly intricate color illustrations, these meaningful stories of Krishna will transport children to a magical world of mysterious gods, unusual happenings and bountiful wisdom.

About the Author

Pooja Pandey, dwells deep into traditional Indian literature and mythology to bring it close to young readers by her lucid writing. As a storyteller, she is popular among school children's groups. Apart from entertaining children, she lays stress on inculcating moral values which are an inseparable part of Indian literature and mythology.

preface

Hindus believe that divine forces incarnate of Earth to remove evil and establish social order based on moral values. Krishna was one such divinity, who appeared on Earth in the Vraj region on the bank of River Yamuna famous for cattle grazing.

Krishna is highly revered by all Hindus, be they in the north or south, west or east. The only difference is that some revere him as Krishna himself, while others hold him in high esteem for being in incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Famous as a naughty child who stole butter from the houses of cowherd girls and played pranks upon them, he also freed the region from demons, who attacked the cowherd settlements on orders from the evil king of Mathura, named Kansa. In other words, this book contains short stories for children on how demons and asuras were killed by Krishna and his brother Balarama, who is normally not given as much importance in our mythology.

Contents
Preface5
1.Reign of Terror7
2.Kansa, the Cruel9
3.Akashvani from Heaven11
4.The Divine Birth15
5.Destruction of Putana19
6.Krishna Destroys Demon Shakatasura23
7.Encounter with Whirlwind27
8.Demons Vatsasura and Bakasura29
9.Eliminating Demon Aghasura33
10.Demon Dhenukasura37
11.Demon Pralambasura41
12.Demon Keashi and Vayomasura45
13.Krishna Finishes Kansa49
Glossary55

Little Monk's Krishna

Item Code:
IDK115
Cover:
Hardcover
Edition:
2008
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ISBN:
9788183280617
Size:
9.8" X 7.1"
Pages:
62 (Color Illustrations 13)
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Weight of the Book: 430 gms
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About the Book

For centuries, the children of India have grown up hearing the adventures of Lord Krishna as a boy. Krishna has been the favourite of young and old alike because of his delightfully mischievous nature. Accompanied by richly intricate color illustrations, these meaningful stories of Krishna will transport children to a magical world of mysterious gods, unusual happenings and bountiful wisdom.

About the Author

Pooja Pandey, dwells deep into traditional Indian literature and mythology to bring it close to young readers by her lucid writing. As a storyteller, she is popular among school children's groups. Apart from entertaining children, she lays stress on inculcating moral values which are an inseparable part of Indian literature and mythology.

preface

Hindus believe that divine forces incarnate of Earth to remove evil and establish social order based on moral values. Krishna was one such divinity, who appeared on Earth in the Vraj region on the bank of River Yamuna famous for cattle grazing.

Krishna is highly revered by all Hindus, be they in the north or south, west or east. The only difference is that some revere him as Krishna himself, while others hold him in high esteem for being in incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Famous as a naughty child who stole butter from the houses of cowherd girls and played pranks upon them, he also freed the region from demons, who attacked the cowherd settlements on orders from the evil king of Mathura, named Kansa. In other words, this book contains short stories for children on how demons and asuras were killed by Krishna and his brother Balarama, who is normally not given as much importance in our mythology.

Contents
Preface5
1.Reign of Terror7
2.Kansa, the Cruel9
3.Akashvani from Heaven11
4.The Divine Birth15
5.Destruction of Putana19
6.Krishna Destroys Demon Shakatasura23
7.Encounter with Whirlwind27
8.Demons Vatsasura and Bakasura29
9.Eliminating Demon Aghasura33
10.Demon Dhenukasura37
11.Demon Pralambasura41
12.Demon Keashi and Vayomasura45
13.Krishna Finishes Kansa49
Glossary55
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