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“Jaya An Illustrated Retelling of the Mahabharata” brings a different flaunt for the Mahabharata

Politics, worships, bravery, conspiracy, diplomacy-the Mahabharata is very synonymous with these all. This epic not just tells us about the win of truth over the evils, but is a great mirror of the Indian philosophy as well. You have gone through it a number of times since childhood, but oodles of unexplored areas are still there in the Mahabharata. And RightBooks.in is here to tell you the untold and behind the curtain stories of the Mahabharata. The eminent mythologist Devdutt Pattanaik has exerted his full effort in exploring this great Indian epic in an all-new lookout, and the approach he has made in doing that is different from the traditional tales of Mahabharata. Earlier, the Mahabharata was known as the “Joykavya”, means the tale of winning, and that’s the reason the name of the book that revisits the Mahabharata is “Jaya An Illustrated Retelling of the Mahabharata”. Did you know that Draupadi used have a status of a goddess in the ancient Tamilnadu? You are well aware of Duryodhan and Dusshashan, but can you tell the names of the other brothers of the Kauravas? You know that the stories of the Mahabharata is some 3000years old, but any idea of the astronomical dates of the famous war of Kurukshestra? Or the connection between the Ramayana, the Abhigyanshakuntalam with the Mahabharata? These are just few examples of the unknown facts of the Mahabharata, and “Jaya An Illustrated Retelling of the Mahabharata” has approached the external sources like the Pandavani of Maharashtra, Terikkutu of Tamilnadu, and Yakshagana of Karnataka, just to rediscover the Mahabharata you have never known. RightBooks.in has always been the destination for quality literature works, and you can have this well versed and hard researched work on the Mahabharata at www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9780143104254 to rediscover this epic. You will be having the flat discount rate of 30 % while buying “Jaya An Illustrated Retelling of the Mahabharata”, and you can pay by net banking, credit/debit cards as well as by cash payment on delivery.

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