Shop No.20, Aurobindo Palace Market, Hauz Khas, Near Church +91 9818282497 | 011 26867121 110016 New Delhi IN
Midland The Book Shop ™
Shop No.20, Aurobindo Palace Market, Hauz Khas, Near Church +91 9818282497 | 011 26867121 New Delhi, IN
+919871604786 https://www.midlandbookshop.com/s/607fe93d7eafcac1f2c73ea4/6468e33c3c35585403eee048/without-tag-line-480x480.png" [email protected]
9789352776689 60ba00bf75890b41add61096 Shambuka Rama: Three Tales Retold https://www.midlandbookshop.com/s/607fe93d7eafcac1f2c73ea4/60ba519a247004754f1d88e6/9789352776689.jpg Rama Lakshmana and Sita chance upon Valmiki's ashram in the forest. But what is the shudra Shambuka doing there?

As Duryodhana lies dying on the battlefield of Kurukshetra he reflects on all that brought the world to this pass his guilt and that of his enemies his loyalties and those of his friends and allies. As the story flashes back and forth on the last moments of the Great War dharma and adharma merge and blur.

In the forest during the exile of the Pandavas Bhima married to Hidimba compelled by his love for his son Ghatotkacha decides to stay back. Even his mother's anger and his elder brother's command will not sway him ...

Mukunda Rao tells three classic stories from the epics shedding new light on them illuminating corners that we haven't looked at before. Shambuka Rama: Three Tales Retold is a powerful blend of spiritual search philosophy and mythology.

9789352776689
out of stock INR 239
1 1

Shambuka Rama: Three Tales Retold

ISBN: 9789352776689
₹239
₹299   (20% OFF)

Back In Stock Shortly

Details
  • ISBN: 9789352776689
  • Author: Rao Mukunda
  • Publisher: HarperCollins
  • Pages: 208
  • Format: Paperback
SHARE PRODUCT

Book Description

Rama Lakshmana and Sita chance upon Valmiki's ashram in the forest. But what is the shudra Shambuka doing there?

As Duryodhana lies dying on the battlefield of Kurukshetra he reflects on all that brought the world to this pass his guilt and that of his enemies his loyalties and those of his friends and allies. As the story flashes back and forth on the last moments of the Great War dharma and adharma merge and blur.

In the forest during the exile of the Pandavas Bhima married to Hidimba compelled by his love for his son Ghatotkacha decides to stay back. Even his mother's anger and his elder brother's command will not sway him ...

Mukunda Rao tells three classic stories from the epics shedding new light on them illuminating corners that we haven't looked at before. Shambuka Rama: Three Tales Retold is a powerful blend of spiritual search philosophy and mythology.

User reviews

  0/5