Stories from Ramayana and Mahabharata #655504

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Hindu religious books play a vital role in the upliftment of society and its cultural values. Veda, Ramayana, Gita, Puraan, Mahabharata, etc. are all their holy scriptures, which have guided them in the development of their society since time immemorial. So, we have tried to transform the big epic Ramayana and Mahabharata into a small and easy story format through which one can learn about the Hindu epics in a playful manner. This particular book contains the time and life story of Lord Rama and Mahabharata in an interesting manner.
These are the most brilliant collection of mythical stories that India has contributed to the world. These are huge epics, from their extensive length to the enormous breadth of their vision. These are like encyclopedias—a world all on its own. The Mahabharata speaks of epic love and hatred, gods and demons, and of gigantic battles. But it does so in speech and gestures and magic.
The Mahabharata has a narrative structure. Its narration is breathtaking in its poetic and intellectual quality. Its technique of narration is, as mentioned above, that of a story inside another story. The basis of the narration rests on ‘dialogues’ which bring out various viewpoints on a particular situation or problem. Every character in the Mahabharata has their own point of view and ideology, but its beautiful narration transforms it into a text of the debate.
The core of the Mahabharata is the feud between princely cousins, the Kauravas, and the Pandavas, who were the descendants of Puru. It led to the 18-day-long, bloody war. The stakes of this gigantic war were great. The whole known land of Bharata was at stake. Every kingdom, from the biggest to the smallest, brought its armies to the Kurukshetra battlefield for either the Kaurava or the Pandava side. This war changed the whole political landscape of India. The author of the Mahabharata is said to be Veda Vyasa, and Lord Ganesha is his scribe. Veda Vyasa was witness to all the events.
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