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The Gita is a graphic novel adaptation of the Bhagavad Gita by Amar Chitra Katha. This is the Hindi translation of the original comic.
Summary of the Book
At the starting of the Kurukshetra War, one of the five Pandava princes, Arjuna, began to doubt his motives. He began to question how he could fight and kill his own relatives, the greedy Kauravas. At that moment, his charioteer, Krishna, spoke to him and explained his responsibilities towards the world. He explained that there is no greater responsibility above the fulfilment of Dharma. He also showed Arjuna that he, as the Divine Preserver, Vishnu, has always reincarnated himself to protect the world whenever mankind has failed to uphold Dharma. He tells Arjuna that his duty was the annihilation of the Kauravas and the protection of the Kuru dynasty. He shows Arjuna his Universal Form, the form he wears as the One Who Sits on Anantha. Arjuna’s doubts are wiped away, and he firms his resolve to fulfil his Dharma. The Bhagavad Gita is one of the greatest epics of Hindu philosophy. This Amar Chitra Katha rendition will teach the morals of this epic to a new generation.
About Anant Pai
Anant Pai was the former editor of Amar Chitra Katha. He is best known for pioneering Indian comics and creating Amar Chitra Katha and Tinkle magazine.
Uncle Pai, as his fans call him, received much acclaim for his work, including the Yudhvir Memorial Award in Hyderabad, Maharashtra Rajya Hindi Sahitya Academy Award and the Lifetime Achievement Award – at the First Indian Comic Convention, New Delhi.
|Publisher||Amar Chitra Katha|
|Number of Pages||32 Pages|
|Authored By||Anant Pai|
|Age Group||9 - 14 Years|
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Aug 25, 2014
It is comic bookIt not about geeta, it full mahabarat in short as comic book. you can see comic pictures as per seen. It is good for children not but adults.
Apr 21, 2013
Gita can not be reviewed by me!Nobody can give a review to the book Srimad Bhagwat Gita. It is incomparable to anything written on Earth ever. Days go, days come; but its relevance can never change. However, as it says, brief, it is real brief and incomplete. If you really want to go for Gita, get a complete book. For this, this is good go for your kids.