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9789350291917 60ba33eac50b691f9be7713f The Mahabharata https://www.midlandbookshop.com/s/607fe93d7eafcac1f2c73ea4/60ba5ef275e77a19395c2d8d/9789350291917.jpg A modern-day retelling of one of the world's oldest epics One of the greatest epics in the world the Mahabharata is a spectacular work of creative brilliance. More ingeniously conceived than the Iliad or the Odyssey the Mahabharata delves deep into the human psyche exploring the range of human ideals and emotions. Very often however a rendition of the Mahabharata in its efforts to explore the ideological implications of the epic loses sight of the fact that it is also a very human story - it is not only a tale of battles and philosophies but also a story about the people who fought those battles and lived those philosophies. In this imaginative retelling of the epic by Prof. Shiv K. Kumar we rediscover the beauty of a magnificent tale that is ultimately propelled by the force of human emotions - love and hate lust and vengeance jealousy and greed loyalty and betrayal. 9789350291917
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The Mahabharata

The Mahabharata

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  • ISBN: 9789350291917
  • Author: Kumar Shiv
  • Publisher: HarperCollins
  • Pages: 376
  • Format: Paperback
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A modern-day retelling of one of the world's oldest epics One of the greatest epics in the world the Mahabharata is a spectacular work of creative brilliance. More ingeniously conceived than the Iliad or the Odyssey the Mahabharata delves deep into the human psyche exploring the range of human ideals and emotions. Very often however a rendition of the Mahabharata in its efforts to explore the ideological implications of the epic loses sight of the fact that it is also a very human story - it is not only a tale of battles and philosophies but also a story about the people who fought those battles and lived those philosophies. In this imaginative retelling of the epic by Prof. Shiv K. Kumar we rediscover the beauty of a magnificent tale that is ultimately propelled by the force of human emotions - love and hate lust and vengeance jealousy and greed loyalty and betrayal.

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