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In , the imprint and all its titles were acquired by a new venture called ACK Media. On 17 September , a new website by ACK-media was launched. He was shocked that Indian students could answer questions on Greek and Roman mythology, but were ignorant of their own history, mythology and folklore. However, Outlook Magazine has this article about the genesis of this popular comic series: The idea and proposal for Amar Chitra Katha was made by a Bangalore book salesman called G. Subsequent issues, however, changed to full colour. All Amar Chitra Katha books stuck to a monthly later fortnightly page format, with emphasis on lucid, entertaining storylines. In addition to the 'singles' format the stories are also available as hardcover 3-in-1 and 5-in-1 bundles.
She realises that taking advantage of her simple faith, she has been fooled. Urvashi Janani Mother Urvashi A moving tale of the awakening of motherhood in the courtesan of heaven whose infinite variety and charm age could not steal.
The empress of the Puru dynasty casts off her traditional womanliness and wealth to get lost in the world of men. To please men, for the sake of Pururava's political gains.
Then she meets Arjuna who calls her 'Mother'. Ashwatthama re-kindles the hostility between Panchal and Hastinapur to take vengeance for his father Dronacharya's death. A gripping story of hermit Ashwatthama's conversion into an avenger.
Tomari Naam Karna Karna is your name Based on the self-destructive struggle of illegitimate Karna against his environs, his near and dear ones, the mystery of his birth and his own conflicts. The novel presents a Karna of flesh and blood, very much alive in our own society. Pitamaha Bhishma Grandfather Bhishma The complete Bhishma - ascetic, politician, diplomat and manipulator, above all, a remarkable man of flesh and blood. Amba and Dwaipayan entered the life of this guardian of Hastinapur through the fissure of his vow to gratify his father.
They ruined his life, but none could even catch a glimpse of his agonized heart atoning for his errors of commission and omission. Ashramkanya Shakuntala Shakuntala, daughter of a hermitage Bold and full of self-respect, she rears her child without anyone's help like a modern woman who knows how to rebel, true to herself. A loving brother sacrificed himself for the sake of his sister and his land.
A new Shakuni is shown here. Dwaipayane Duryodhan Duryodhana in Dwaipayana Faulty strategy brought about the fall or Duryodhana in the battle of Kurukshetra.
He learnt from his mistakes in order to turn over a new leaf, but his fate is battle, not victory. Yet, the darkness of Fate did not engulf his great and noble life.
How inveterate was the longing of this changed Pritha for becoming a king's mother and her lust for vengeance! Stopping at nothing to achieve her victory, she pauperises herself remorse makes her existence pitiable. The collection also includes "Kuntir Tarjani" Kunti's warning. Agnigarbha Khandav Smouldering Khandav The exploited and oppressed Nag tribes of Khandav forest driven out from their land launch terrorist attacks on the Pandava kingdom, killing their king Parikshit through a suicide squad.
Their fury is reflected in today's separatist movements and terrorist squads of Kashmir and Afghanistan.
Also edited by Dr. The fourteenth book Ashvamedha describes the horse sacrifice performed by the victorious Yudhisthira. The remaining books describe the last, sad days of Dhrtarastra and his wives, their deaths, and the final journey of the Pandavas as they ascend with Draupadi to heaven where they meet Krishna.
The Mahabharata represents a unique synthesis of beliefs and ways. Thus, it attempts to synthesise the philosophies of shiva , Durga and vishnu.
Apart from its poetic qualities, it is a comprehensive representation of ancient India. It includes history, myths, anecdotes, puranas , theology, economics, warfare, the art and science of sex, philosophy, morality and the idea of salvation. Because of its significance, it is known as the fifth Vedas. Apart from being a narrative of adventure and heroic deeds, the Mahabharata also portrays the ordinary lives of people-their hopes and aspirations, greed and follies, expectations and despair, profit and loss, goodness and evil, piety or lack of religion.
The epic also contains a cast of characters, most of whom have become archetypes: wise and brave Bhisma, virtuous Yudhisthira, majestic Gandhari, learned Bidur, patient Kunti, wise and spirited Draupadi, valiant Karna and Arjuna, and great Krishna. These characters have become sources of inspiration. From the Mahabharata emanates a sense of the greatness of life.
On the other hand, the malicious and immoral Duryodhana and the evil genius Shakuni appear as symbols of greed, lust, and villainy. For centuries, poets like Bhasa, kalidasa , rabindranath tagore and kazi nazrul islam , as well as painters and sculptors have drawn allegories and metaphores from the Mahabharata.
This great epic has inspired people of all ages, and all religions and cultures.
The Mahabharata has immensely influenced bangla literature. It is regarded by the common people as a source of pleasure, moral lessons and solace at times of trials and tribulations. The Mahabharata has been translated into almost all the regional Indian languages, including Bangla.
With each translator bringing his own perception of life, social consciousness and individual composing skills, these translations become almost original poems.
There were several Bangla translators of the Mahabharata, dating from the 16th century. This is a fairly brief version and uses the traditional payara couplet and tripadi an arrangement of lines into sets of three. Kavindra Parameshwar was the court poet of paragal khan , the ruler of chittagong , and he composed the poem at his ruler's command.
Accordingly, his version is also known as Paragali Mahabharata. A poet named Sanjay, a contemporary of Kavindra, also translated the Mahabharata. Some believe Sanjay's version is the older of the two.