About the Book :
"I love mythoilogy," says twelve year old Samhita Arni "because the stories never end." Her version of the Mahabharatha is bold and unorthodox in its depiction of character and it the critical tone it adopts with the epic's main theme: war. Illustrated with charming and intricate line drawings, this best-selling book offers children and adults a fresh perspective on the timeless epic.
Part-I begins with the story of Santanu, and takes the reader up to the exile of the Pandavas. This volume (Part II) concludes the epic with the Great War.
"a wonderful way to learn about Indian mythology
this is a small masterpiece which deserves nothing but the highest recommendation."
Academy for children's Literature and Media, Germany
"A celebration of the wonder that is childhood and a reaffirmation of the existence of sheer talent in this county's young."
Sagari Chhabra, Book Review
"You could definitely ask your child to read you this at bedtime."
Vatsala Kaul, Biblio
The wealth of detail, the originality and charm of the illustrations lend the work an air of distinction."
Sharada Bhanu, Indian Review of Books
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