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Series: The Reimagined Mahabharata (Book 1). Paperback: 396 pages. Publisher: Independently published (November 20, 2016). ISBN-13: 978-1521226445. Thousands of books are eligible, including current and former best sellers. Look for the Kindle MatchBook icon on print and Kindle book detail pages of qualifying books.
Sadhguru explains that the story and characters of Mahabharat are not something to be judged. Only if we live the story will it become a spiritual process for us. Mahabharat: Living the Story. Sadhguru explains that the story and characters of Mahabharat are not something to be judged. Article.
The Mahabharat Re-Imagined written by Trisha Das and published by Rupa Publications is a collection of scenes from the Mahabharata and they have been interpreted by the author based on her level of thinking and imagination
The Mahabharat Re-Imagined written by Trisha Das and published by Rupa Publications is a collection of scenes from the Mahabharata and they have been interpreted by the author based on her level of thinking and imagination. Trisha Das imagines how her Draupadi in Mahabharata would have behaved, if she was asked to marry the five Pandava brothers.
Trisha Das’s Ms Draupadi Kuru-After the Pandavas (Harper Collins, 2016). Though contemporary adaptations of the epics span different genres and formats, this chick lit entry is nevertheless a surprise. The story is in a way a continuation of the author’s previous work on the epic, The Mahabharata Reimagined, where startling revelations about different characters and episodes from the epic provide important motivations for many incidents in the epic. Also Read: The Draupadis Of Today: Exploring Draupadi With A Feminist Lens.
Yes, you're looking at battle-ready Pandavas and spaceships in the same picture.
What do you get when you take the greatest Indian epic Mahabharata and paint it fresh in cyber-punk style? The answer is 18 Days. Scottish playwright, Grant Morrison's 18 Days is a dynamic rendering of the final climactic confrontation in the Mahabharata. Presented in a graphic format with illustrations by Mukesh Singh and the script by Grant Morrison, this is an interesting new take on the ancient Indian Epic. Yes, you're looking at battle-ready Pandavas and spaceships in the same picture. No points for guessing which one's Bheem.
In this book, Gurcharan Das studies the characters of the Mahabharata to analyze and answer the question ‘why be good’. The incidents in the Mahabharata are replete with the notions of ‘Dharma’ – doing the right thing. Das intends to show that the experiences and moral blurriness of the characters is closer to our experiences as normal human beings. Each chapter in the book looks at a different character from the epic, analyzes an episode from the epic and evaluates the morality of the situation.
Bollywood actors Vir Das and Richa Chadda launched Trisha's new book Ms Draupadi Kuru: After the Pandavas. The author, who is a noted documentary filmmaker, revisits characters from the Mahabharata for the second time, in her second outing as an author of fiction. In Ms Draupadi Kuru(HarperCollins; Rs350), Das takes Draupadi, Amba, Kunti and Gandhari from their heavenly (but boring) abodes down below into the murky modern world of Delhi. Trisha Das during the reading session of her new book.
Within the Indian epic Mahabharata, Krishna was the son of the Yadava chief Vasudeva and his wife Devaki. Hence he was known as Vasudeva Krishna or Vaasudeva. Krishna was the key political figure in overthrowing Kansa, the king of Surasena Kingdom. The kingdom of Surasena was the native kingdom of Yadava clans constituted by the Andhakas, Vrishnis and Bhojas.
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