Mahabharata

Pratap Chandra Roy, C.I.E.

Editorial: Datta Bose & Co., 1925
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The Mahabharata (Vol. I, III, IV, V), trans. Pratap Chandra Roy, C.I.E. Datta Bose & Co. missing Vol. II. N° de ref. de la librería

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Título: Mahabharata
Editorial: Datta Bose & Co.
Año de publicación: 1925
Encuadernación: Hardcover
Condición del libro: Very Good

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Descripción Amar Chitra Katha/ACK Media, 2008. Softcover. Estado de conservación: New. In Hindu mythology, Yayati, the son of Nahusha, is depicted as one of the wisest and noblest rulers of the time. Such was his knowledge that even Indra, king of the celestials, held him in great esteem. His encounter with Devayani, the daughter of Shukracharya, and later with Sharmishtha, the asura princess, is one of the most romantic episodes of the Mahabharata. It is significant that women in those days enjoyed the right to choose the man they wanted to marry, a right that Devayani exercised when she chose Yayati.Yayati found wisdom the hard way. Though the study of the scriptures undoubtedly moulded his character, he learnt the truth of their maxims only by his own experiences. The scriptures uphold restraint and self-control as the prerequisites of self-realisation. With experience, Yayati realised that happiness, peace of mind and contentment elude those who make no effort at self-control in the misguided belief that cravings of the body run themselves out in the course of time. In portraying the characters of this tale from the Mahabharata, this Amar Chitra Katha has deviated slightly from the original for its young readers. Printed Pages: 32. Nº de ref. de la librería 32862

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Descripción Amar Chitra Katha/ACK Media, 2008. Softcover. Estado de conservación: New. The stories in this Amar Chitra Katha are retold from the Mahabharata, which is an Indian epic that has had a profound influence on the culture and philosophy of people over the ages. Besides the main story of the feud between the Pandavas and the Kauravas, there are smaller tales found in this epic, which reflect the value systems prevalent in that age. Atithidevo bhava, or `may your guest be a god to you`, is an essential value mentioned in one of the Upanishads. The three stories in this book bear testimony to the extent of importance placed on hospitality as one`s primary dharma or duty. `The Golden Mongoose` tells a story of the ultimate sacrifice, where a Brahmin family risks starvation and death to fulfill the hunger of a guest. `The Enlightened Butcher` speaks of duty and virtue and the inseparable link between the two in one`s quest for truth. `The Pigeon`s Sacrifice` is a simple story of hospitality as one`s foremost duty, beyond all else. Printed Pages: 32. Nº de ref. de la librería 32893

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Descripción Amar Chitra Katha/ACK Media, 2008. Softcover. Estado de conservación: New. Jayadratha is one of the most despicable characters to be found in the Mahabharata. He terrorised the helpless and cowered before the mighty. The encounter between him and Arjuna, the valiant Pandava, described in the Jayadratha-Vadha Parva (a sub-section of the Drona Parva of the Mahabharata), makes absorbing reading. Jayadratha was responsible for the death of Arjuna`s son Abhimanyu. Arjuna set out to avenge his son`s death and the cowardly Jayadratha took shelter behind the massive army of Duryodhana. How Arjuna surmounted the obstacles put in his way in his final encounter with Jayadratha is narrated in this Amar Chitra Katha. Printed Pages: 32. Nº de ref. de la librería 32876

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Descripción Amar Chitra Katha/ACK Media, 2008. Softcover. Estado de conservación: New. The Mahabharata is an epic poem built around the principal story of the royal family of Kaurava-Pandava cousins. The auxiliary narratives often contain stories told by the characters to support their points of view in the dialogues. The characters in these stories are human as well as animals, the latter endowed with reason and feelings like the humans. The situations are lifelike but the main thrust is on the morals drawn. The first story draws the moral that there are no permanent friends and foes in life. The characters are: a mouse, a cat, a mongoose, an owl and a hunter. The relationship between mouse and cat shifts according to situations of threat and safety facing either. In another story, an ascetic jackal is made minister by a king. The jackal`s detractors cause him to be jailed by the king. Released by the repentant king, the jackal prefers to withdraw. A dog living with a sage is frightened when he spots a stronger animal. He first sees a leopard, then a tiger, an elephant and finally a lion. At each turn the sage transforms the dog into a more powerful species. Slowly the dog Printed Pages: 32. Nº de ref. de la librería 33224

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Descripción Amar Chitra Katha/ACK Media, 2008. Softcover. Estado de conservación: New. In Hindu mythology, Yayati, the son of Nahusha, is depicted as one of the wisest and noblest rulers of the time. Such was his knowledge that even Indra, king of the celestials, held him in great esteem. His encounter with Devayani, the daughter of Shukracharya, and later with Sharmishtha, the asura princess, is one of the most romantic episodes of the Mahabharata. It is significant that women in those days enjoyed the right to choose the man they wanted to marry, a right that Devayani exercised when she chose Yayati.Yayati found wisdom the hard way. Though the study of the scriptures undoubtedly moulded his character, he learnt the truth of their maxims only by his own experiences. The scriptures uphold restraint and self-control as the prerequisites of self-realisation. With experience, Yayati realised that happiness, peace of mind and contentment elude those who make no effort at self-control in the misguided belief that cravings of the body run themselves out in the course of time. In portraying the characters of this tale from the Mahabharata, this Amar Chitra Katha has deviated slightly from the original for its young readers. Printed Pages: 32. Nº de ref. de la librería 32862

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Descripción Amar Chitra Katha/ACK Media, 2008. Softcover. Estado de conservación: New. Jayadratha is one of the most despicable characters to be found in the Mahabharata. He terrorised the helpless and cowered before the mighty. The encounter between him and Arjuna, the valiant Pandava, described in the Jayadratha-Vadha Parva (a sub-section of the Drona Parva of the Mahabharata), makes absorbing reading. Jayadratha was responsible for the death of Arjuna`s son Abhimanyu. Arjuna set out to avenge his son`s death and the cowardly Jayadratha took shelter behind the massive army of Duryodhana. How Arjuna surmounted the obstacles put in his way in his final encounter with Jayadratha is narrated in this Amar Chitra Katha. Printed Pages: 32. Nº de ref. de la librería 32876

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Descripción Amar Chitra Katha/ACK Media, 2008. Softcover. Estado de conservación: New. The stories in this Amar Chitra Katha are retold from the Mahabharata, which is an Indian epic that has had a profound influence on the culture and philosophy of people over the ages. Besides the main story of the feud between the Pandavas and the Kauravas, there are smaller tales found in this epic, which reflect the value systems prevalent in that age. Atithidevo bhava, or `may your guest be a god to you`, is an essential value mentioned in one of the Upanishads. The three stories in this book bear testimony to the extent of importance placed on hospitality as one`s primary dharma or duty. `The Golden Mongoose` tells a story of the ultimate sacrifice, where a Brahmin family risks starvation and death to fulfill the hunger of a guest. `The Enlightened Butcher` speaks of duty and virtue and the inseparable link between the two in one`s quest for truth. `The Pigeon`s Sacrifice` is a simple story of hospitality as one`s foremost duty, beyond all else. Printed Pages: 32. Nº de ref. de la librería 32893

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Descripción Amar Chitra Katha/ACK Media, 2008. Softcover. Estado de conservación: New. The Mahabharata is an epic poem built around the principal story of the royal family of Kaurava-Pandava cousins. The auxiliary narratives often contain stories told by the characters to support their points of view in the dialogues. The characters in these stories are human as well as animals, the latter endowed with reason and feelings like the humans. The situations are lifelike but the main thrust is on the morals drawn. The first story draws the moral that there are no permanent friends and foes in life. The characters are: a mouse, a cat, a mongoose, an owl and a hunter. The relationship between mouse and cat shifts according to situations of threat and safety facing either. In another story, an ascetic jackal is made minister by a king. The jackal`s detractors cause him to be jailed by the king. Released by the repentant king, the jackal prefers to withdraw. A dog living with a sage is frightened when he spots a stronger animal. He first sees a leopard, then a tiger, an elephant and finally a lion. At each turn the sage transforms the dog into a more powerful species. Slowly the dog Printed Pages: 32. Nº de ref. de la librería 33224

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