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Amar Chitra Katha: 50 Must Read Indian Stories 5-Volume Set

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Amar Chitra Katha: 50 Must Read Indian Stories 5-Volume Set

Amar Chitra Katha brings you handpicked unique tales and fables of India that help inculcate culture and values in your child at a very early age. Each volume has a different theme. These include India’s epics and mythology, India’s history, folktales and fables from every corner of this land, and more. The 50 Must Read Indian Stories by Amar Chitra Katha is an essential collection for every household.

Volume 1: Epics and mythological stories
How did Kubera lose the Pushpaka Viman? Why did Kumbhakarna sleep for six months at a stretch? Why was Amba determined to take revenge across lifetimes? What is the true message of the Bhagwad Gita?

Volume 2: Fables and folktales
The stories from the Hitopadesha or the Jataka tales have lasted centuries, from the time of oral storytelling to modern mediums of communication. The anecdotes of Birbal and Tenali Raman tell us about the importance of wit and a presence of mind.\

Volume 3: Events from the lives of great men and women
When Ashoka looked at the destruction on the battlefield in Kalinga, something changed inside him. When Gandhi was thrown off the train in South Africa, his life took an unanticipated turn.

Volume 4: The history of India
The Konark temple was built by Narasimha Deva I in honour of Surya, the Sun god, but as per mythology, Krishna’s son, Samba had built a temple for the Sun god. Thanjavur’s origin is linked to the asura Thanjan, slain by Vishnu himself, who asked that a beautiful town come up at the spot while dying. Years later, the Brihadeeswara temple was built there by Raja Raja Chola I, found in the temple city standing today.

Volume 5: Odds defied by women of India
Rani Lakshmibai fought the British like a tigress. Razia Sultan was the first woman to sit on the throne of Delhi, defying patriarchy. Mother Theresa lived her message of compassion by caring for the poorest of the poor. Compassion and courage, intelligence and integrity; these have been the hallmark of the women of India. Volume 5 of this comic book set tells the stories of ten extraordinary women from India's history and how they defied all odds to become the legends they are today.

  • Recommended Age: Teens & above
  • Language: English
  • Binding: Paperback
  • No. of Volumes: 5
  • Pages: 1560

Amar Chitra Katha: 50 Must Read Indian Stories 5-Volume Set

Amar Chitra Katha brings you handpicked unique tales and fables of India that help inculcate culture and values in your child at a very early age. Each volume has a different theme. These include India’s epics and mythology, India’s history, folktales and fables from every corner of this land, and more. The 50 Must Read Indian Stories by Amar Chitra Katha is an essential collection for every household.

Volume 1: Epics and mythological stories
How did Kubera lose the Pushpaka Viman? Why did Kumbhakarna sleep for six months at a stretch? Why was Amba determined to take revenge across lifetimes? What is the true message of the Bhagwad Gita?

Volume 2: Fables and folktales
The stories from the Hitopadesha or the Jataka tales have lasted centuries, from the time of oral storytelling to modern mediums of communication. The anecdotes of Birbal and Tenali Raman tell us about the importance of wit and a presence of mind.\

Volume 3: Events from the lives of great men and women
When Ashoka looked at the destruction on the battlefield in Kalinga, something changed inside him. When Gandhi was thrown off the train in South Africa, his life took an unanticipated turn.

Volume 4: The history of India
The Konark temple was built by Narasimha Deva I in honour of Surya, the Sun god, but as per mythology, Krishna’s son, Samba had built a temple for the Sun god. Thanjavur’s origin is linked to the asura Thanjan, slain by Vishnu himself, who asked that a beautiful town come up at the spot while dying. Years later, the Brihadeeswara temple was built there by Raja Raja Chola I, found in the temple city standing today.

Volume 5: Odds defied by women of India
Rani Lakshmibai fought the British like a tigress. Razia Sultan was the first woman to sit on the throne of Delhi, defying patriarchy. Mother Theresa lived her message of compassion by caring for the poorest of the poor. Compassion and courage, intelligence and integrity; these have been the hallmark of the women of India. Volume 5 of this comic book set tells the stories of ten extraordinary women from India's history and how they defied all odds to become the legends they are today.

  • Recommended Age: Teens & above
  • Language: English
  • Binding: Paperback
  • No. of Volumes: 5
  • Pages: 1560