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Bala Mahabharata (For Children)

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Contents   Adi- Parva   1 Benediction 1 2 Marriage of Shantanu with Ganga 3 3 King Shantany gets Devavrata as son 6 4 Devavrat's terrible vow 7 5 The prowess of Bhishma 9 6 Summoning of Vyasa for begetting the progeny ...

  Adi- Parva  
1 Benediction 1
2 Marriage of Shantanu with Ganga 3
3 King Shantany gets Devavrata as son 6
4 Devavrat's terrible vow 7
5 The prowess of Bhishma 9
6 Summoning of Vyasa for begetting the progeny 11
7 Marriage of Dhritarashtra, Pandu and Vidura 12
8 Birth of the soms of Pandu and Dhirtarashtra; death of Pandu 16
9 Arrival of Kunti with Pandavas in Hastinapur 19
10 Performing of thread ceremony, their education and initiation 20
11 Water sports of the princess at the bank of the river Ganga 21
12 Bhima reaches in Nagaloka 21
13 Kauravas and Pandavas are educated by Kripacharya and Dronacharya 24
14 Devotion of Ekalavya towards this preceptor 27
15 Test of princess in sports ground 31
16 Crowning of Yudhishthira as the crown prince, worries of Dhritarashtra 33
17 Escape of Pandava's from the Wax-house at Varanavata 35
18 Crossing the Ganga by the Pandavas and killing of the demon Hindimvasura by Bhima 38
19 Marriage of Bhima and Hidimba and birth of Ghatotkacha 41
20 Killing of the demon Bakasura in the city of Ekachakra 43
21 Svayamvara of Draupadi and meeting of the Pandavas with Krishna 45
22 Meeting of Draupadi, Kunti, Shri Krishna and Nalarama 48
23 Kauravas think of giving kingdom to Pandavas 52
24 Construction of Indraprashtha and violation of the rule by arjuna 54
25 Exile of Arjuna and marriage with Ulupi, Chitrangda and Subhadra 55
  Sabha- Parva  
26 Killing of Jarasandha and the release of the captive kings 57
27 Start of Rajasuya sacrifice and adoration of Krishna as a chief guest 60
28 Anger of the Shisupala and his death at hands of Krishna 61
29 Provocation of Duryodana by Shakuni- the maternal uncle 62
30 Yudhishthria summoned to Hastinapur and defeat of Pandavas at the deceitful gambling 64
31 Attempt at unrobing of Draupadi and Krishna saves the honour of Draupadi 65
32 Deceitful gambling a second time and exile of Pandavas for twelve years 69
33 Yudhishthria receives the everlasting vase in the forest 71
34 Performing of tapas by Arjuna and his receiving of Pashupata and other weapons 72
35 Shattering of the pride of Bhima by Hanuman 73
36 Hospitality of Durvasa and protection of Pandavas bu Krishna 76
37 Abduction of Draupadi by Jayadrath; recovery of Draupadi vy the Pandavs 77
38 Grant of armour and earrings by Karna to Indra 78
  Virata- Parva  
39 Secret dwelling of the Pandavas at Viratnagar 80
40 Killing of Jimuta by Bhima 80
41 killing of Kichaka by Bhima 82
42 Attack on Viratnagar by Kauravas and their defeat 85
  Udyoga- Parva  
43 Arrival of the rulers of the side of the Pandava at Viratnagar and dispatch of a messenger of Dhritarashtra by Drupada 88
44 Both Arhuna and Duryodhana seek help from Krishna in the war 89
45 Krishna arrives a messenger of Pandavas in the court of Kauravas 92
46 Meeting of Krishna with Karna 94
47 Kunti meets Karna who promised not to kill four of the Pandavas 95
  Bhishma- Parva  
48 The armies of Kauravas and Pandavas arrive in the battlefield of Kurukeshtra 97
49 Arjuna gets dis-inclined to wage the war and Krishna renders him the suitable advices 98
50 Karma gets ready for the battle and Droncharya is declared as the chief commander of the Kaurava army 105
  Karna -Parva  
51 Karna is declared the chief commander and the bravery of Asvatthama 112
52 Killing of Karna at the hands of Arjuna 113
  Shalya parv  
53 Dejection of Dhritarashtra, Kripacharya tries to persuade Duryodhans for a compromise 115
54 Buring of Arjuna’s chariot; arrival of krishna at Hastinpur 118
55 Lamenting of Duryodhana; aAsvtthama declred as the chief commander 120
  Sauptika -Parva  
56 Consolation among the three charioteers and killing of the sons of Draupdai deceitfully 121
57 Asvattham conveys the news to Duryodhana; death of Duryodhana 122
58 Distress of the Pandavas at the death of Panchals and the sons of Draupadi 122
59 Shri Krishna and Arjuna follow Bhima and release if Brahanastra 123
60 Lamenting of Gandhari and pronouncing of a curse on Krishna 125
  Shanti- Parva  
61 Crowning of Yudhishthira as the king and Vyasa's advises him on polity 128
62 Pandavas visit Pitamaha lying over the bed of arrows 128
63 Advice of Bhishma to Yudhishthira and meeting his death 130
  Mausala- Parva  
64 Birth of Mausala 131
65 Plundering of the widows of Dvarika 132
66 The great departure 134


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Item Code: NAF661 Author: Shanti Lal Nagar and Devansh Nagar Cover: Paperback Edition: 2014 Publisher: Parimal Publication Pvt. Ltd. ISBN: 9788171104581 Language: English Size: 8.5 inch x 5.5 inch Pages: 136 (5 B/W Illustrations) Other Details: Weight of the book: 190 gms
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