ISBN 9788184003727,Reva Ev: India's Green Gift To The World

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Publication Year 2013

ISBN 9788184003727

ISBN-10 8184003722


Number of Pages 260 Pages
Language (English)


The Fourth Installment Of Rupas 12-Book Mahabharata Series, This Volume Narrates Brilliantly, The Efforts To Prevent, And In The Event Of Failure Of Doing So, The Preparation For The Great War. The Mahabharata Of Veda Vyasa Is The Longest Recorded Epic Of The World. With Almost 100,000 Verses, It Is Many Times As Long As The Iliad And The Odyssey Combined And Has Deeply Influenced Every Aspect Of The Indian Ethos For Some 4,000 Years. The Main Theme Is The Great War On Kurukshetra, But The Epic Teems With Smaller Stories, And Other Stories Within These, All Woven Together With A Genius That Confounds Comparison. At Its Heart, It Contains Krishnas Immortal Bhagavad Gita, The Song Of God. The Mahabharata Embodies The Ancient And Sacred Indian Tradition, In All Its Earthy And Spiritual Immensity. Famously, What Is Found Here May Be Found Elsewhere. What Is Not Found Here Will Not Be Found Elsewhere. Many Believe This Most Magnificent Epic To Be The Greatest Story Ever Told. Yet, The Only Full Indian Translation Of The Mahabharata Into English Is The 19Th Century One By Kisari Mohan Ganguli. More Than A Hundred Years Have Passed Since Ganguli Accomplished His Task, And The Language He Used Is Now Sadly Archaic. This New 12 Volume Series Retells The Great Epic, Line By Line, In Fresh, Easily Readable English Prose. With It, We Hope To Bring The Mahabharata Alive Again, For The Contemporary And The Future Reader. About The Author Jayashree Kumar Lives In Kodaikanal, Which She And Her Late Husband Made Their Home In 1986. She Has Been A Teacher And Is Now A Freelance Editor With A Passion For Reading, Knitting And Bookbinding. Ramesh Menon Was Born In 1951 In New Delhi. He Has Also Written Modern Renderings Of The Mahabharata, Ramayana, Srimadbhagavadgita, Siva Purana, Devi Purana And Bhagavata Purana.

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