[ BOOKS The Serpent's Revenge Unusual Tales from the Mahabharata ] Author Sudha Murty – healthymealss.us
Pened to attend one of her sessions at the Times Lit Fest in Bangalore this month what struck me was the effectiveness of her simplicity
IT PERCOLATES ONE S THOUGHT percolates into one s thought The stories in this book have the same
effect Mahabharata and Ramayana never ending sagas there is always something new to know about them There Mahabharata and Ramayana never ending sagas there is always something new to know about them There many parallels between the events of today and these epics It is up to us to read and earn Books such as this one help us in this regard The illustrations are the icing on the cake For a well versed person Odd Man In like me with the tales of Mahabharata there is nothing new to read in this book But then this book is not written for the readersike me as wellThe Serpent s Revenge is the collection of few uniue stories of Mahabharata written in the simple easy to understand Palace Intrigue (A Medieval Tale language and it will be a great book to introduce your children to Mahabharata Indeed the book is written with young budding readers in mindFollow theink to read the full reviewhttpthebookworldorgserpents reve Fun read recommended to read once you readknow the originalish This one was my first Sudha Murty book and I thoroughly enjoyed itThe Serpent s revenge is a collection of short stories from the Epic MahabharataI have read the original Ved vyasa versionbut this one is also captivating from the top to endThis book s target audience is children to make them aware of Mahabharata and its popular charactersThe related graphics pictures make interest in the storiesAnd I m pretty sure that apart from the childrenthere will be majority Indian people who wouldn t be knowing some of the talesSograb this one without any second thought. Or Sudha Murty reintroduces the fascinating world of India s greatest epic through the extraordinary tales in this collection each of which is sure to fill you with a sense of wonder and bewildermen.
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her collections but this one was especially my favorite Her stories are so underrated it s ridiculous By thiscollections but this one was especially my favorite Her stories are so underrated it s ridiculous By this I hope of you will go and pick up some of her books If you don t ike it that s fine but this author is very talented in storytelling If you Shameful like mythology books don t hesitate to grab this one on the go I am always delighted by the stories of Mahabharata A tale of extraordinary and exuisiteand And as usual I oved reading this book My only gripe being I knew all the stories except the one about Indradyumna But I won t hold it against the book since I belong to a niche here as someone who has read
the whole of translated MahabharataYet another book with some delightful storieswhole of translated MahabharataYet another book with some delightful stories Mahabharata Every time when I read about Indian mythology it gives me new message and it changes my thinking to positive way I am getting energized by reading about Mahabharata and RamayanaI am a big fan of the author and reading her from her first book dollar bahu I know her writing style which is very simple and crispy easy to understand So when I came to know about this book I placed the order without any second thought a book from Sudha Murty on mythology is a good collection for next generation Now the serpent s revenge is a uniue collection of events from Mahabharata some are known and some are unknown to me This book will not only help you to narrate bed time stories for your kids but will also add your knowledge about Indian mythology There are many such stories which you have not heard from your parents or grandparents which are perfectly represented by the author wi. How many names does Arjuna have Why was Yama cursed What esson did a ittle mongoose teach Yudhisthira The Kurukshetra war fought between the Kauravas and the Pandavas and which forced even the god. Th the help of graphical pictures through the bookMany stories are provided with end notes or rather footnotes where current Angel Without Mercy (Agnes Carmichael, location of India and stories behind it is being written by the author which is best source to know about that particular place and event and why we still worship and importance of thatord Also ast two pages of the book where the family tree of Chandravansh is being provided which is good source of information about Kaurava s and Pandava s I highly recommend this wonderful yet simple representation of Indian mythology for today s youngsters Loved this beautifully illustrated and beautifully narrated book on stories from the Mahabharata Most of them are Known To Me But known to me but a few were Didn t know about King of Udupi who cooked during the Kuru war and about the ady who was turned into a boulder not Ahalyathis is a different one Thoroughly enjoyed the beautiful illustrationsHad bought this book for my niece almost feel Girl Reporter like keeping it for self but after reading such stellar tales of good behaviour and advice one cannot be greedy or selfish Best thing was that it wasn t mythological fiction It was true mythology with true stories I knew most of the stories still I enjoyed reading it If someone is just starting to read mythology this is perfect book Enjoyed a alot There is always something enigmatic about Indian mythology The different versions of the stories that we read and hear make them fascinating This collection from Mahabharata by Sudha Murthy stands out because of the narration In the current times of ostensible Indian best sellers she is one author that Iook up to I hap. S to take sides may be well known but there are innumerable stories set before after and during the war that Hunted lend the Mahabharata its many varied shades and areargely unheard of Award winning auth.