The Moon faced Ganesha’s wrath for laughing at him, when the elephant-headed god fell off the mouse he rode.
When Ravana obtained the Atmalinga from Shiva, the gods were perturbed and turned to Ganesha for a solution.
Knd-hearted, benign and always ready to help, Ganesha can also display anger at injustice and foolishness.
This Amar Chitra Katha features stories that revolve around one of the most popular and endearing figures in Indian mythology.
“Amar chitra Kathas are a glorious tribute to India’s rich cultural heritage. Theses books have been an integral part of my children’s early years, as they have been for many other families across India. Comics are a great way of reaching out to children, inculcating reading habits and driving their quest to learn more about our roots.”
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