Item Code: IDE538
by Mathuram BhoothalingamPaperback (Edition: 2004)
Publications division Ministry of Information & Broadcasting Government of India
Size: 9.6" X 7.3"
Pages: 131 (Figures: 22)
weight of the book is 250 gm
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The Stories in the book are about the legendary King Vikramaditya of Ujjaini. He was known for his unequalled valour, dispensation of justice in a fair manner and generosity. Narrated down through the ages, the stories have timeless appeal and continue to be of interest to the readers, especially children.
The author Mathuram Bhoothalingam has based the stories from original Sanskrit text and suitably adapted them for young readers.
|1.||How King Vikramaditya's Throne was Found||1|
|2.||Vinodaranjita Relates How Vikramaditya Became a King||3|
|3.||The New Capital||8|
|4.||Madanabhishekavalli Relates How the Vetala Became the King's Friend||14|
|5.||The Story Told by the Figurine Komalavalli||39|
|6.||The Story Told by the Figurine Mangala Kalyani||50|
|7.||The Figurine Mantra Manonmani Talks||61|
|8.||The Figurine Ekabhogamadanavalli Tells How the God Saturn Treats Vikramaditya||89|
|9.||The Figurine Soundaravallil's Tale||108|
|10.||The Figurine Purnachandravalli at the Fourteenth Step||119|
|11.||What the Figurine Amritasanjeevini had to Say||122|
|12.||The Figurine Parimalamohini Stops King Bhoja||124|
|13.||The Figurine Manunithivalli Speaks||126|
|14.||Jnanaprakasavalli the Last Figurine Talks of the End of the Great King||128|