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Adi Parva: Churning of the Ocean

1 November 2012

Amruta Patil
HarperCollins
276 pages, Rs 799

From the author and illustrator of the popular graphic novel Kari comes a new interpretation of Hindu mythology. The book is based on the first section, or parva, of the Mahabharata, which starts with creation stories and ends with the birth of the Pandav and Kaurav princes. Adi Parva borrows from the Vishnu Puraan as well as oral traditions of storytelling.

Amruta Patil
HarperCollins
276 pages, Rs 799

From the author and illustrator of the popular graphic novel Kari comes a new interpretation of Hindu mythology. The book is based on the first section, or parva, of the Mahabharata, which starts with creation stories and ends with the birth of the Pandav and Kaurav princes. Adi Parva borrows from the Vishnu Puraan as well as oral traditions of storytelling.

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