MAHABHARATA BY KAMALA SUBRAMANIAM PDF

Most of them gave me a perspective to the story but what rounded off my perspective or rather what made it whole for me was a delightful two volume edition of the Mahabharata written by an eleven year old author Samhita Arni. Her version of the Mahabharata was well rounded and I got an abridged degree view of this epic. It has so many heroes, their back stories, the philosophy of life and so much more that I am sure no translation or interpretation can ever truly do justice tot his story. When my good friend Sanjay Reddy a. I read it for about two months and having read it am truly convinced that no tale can have a larger canvas, more drama, tragedy than this.

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Most of them gave me a perspective to the story but what rounded off my perspective or rather what made it whole for me was a delightful two volume edition of the Mahabharata written by an eleven year old author Samhita Arni. Her version of the Mahabharata was well rounded and I got an abridged degree view of this epic.

It has so many heroes, their back stories, the philosophy of life and so much more that I am sure no translation or interpretation can ever truly do justice tot his story.

When my good friend Sanjay Reddy a. I read it for about two months and having read it am truly convinced that no tale can have a larger canvas, more drama, tragedy than this. Kamala Subramaniam tells the story as it unfolds and it has so many intricate twists and turns, so much intrigue and human frailty incorporated into it that even after knowing the story, seeing it on screen, I could not stop myself from turning page after page as if I was a ten year old reading my first thriller.

It is a feeling that I cannot describe as I sat up till 3 in the morning unable to stop as the story of the warring cousins unfolded before me. Certain things stood out for me this time. The single flaw of Duryodhana - of his envy of his cousins - being one of the main reasons for the war. The belief that his great friend Karna would kill Arjuna even if Bheeshma and Drona would not, is another reason for him to perpetuate the war.

The doomed Karna despite knowing his destiny, that he would die defenceless against Arjuna, and despite knowing that he could easily join the Pandavas and rule the Kuru empire as the eldest born of Kunti, choosing to die fighting for his friend.

Kripa and others to ensure justice and fairness even as Duryodhana constantly tries to kill his cousins. There is much to learn for the student on leadership, management, team work, duty, politics, negotiation, life skills and so much more. I hope to get my thoughts clear on those and write on them more specifically and more coherently. Right now I am still floating in the ecstasy of having experienced this story. One among the Kauravas, Vikarna, sides openly with Draupadi in the court when she questions how Yudhistir can stake her when he has already sold himself and scolds the Kuru elders.

One Kaurava Yuyitsu fights the Kurukhestra war on behalf of the Pandavas as he joins them before the war. Three warriors remain of the massive Kaurava army after Duryodhana dies a painful death - Aswatthama who is cursed by Krishna to wander the earth forever for his sin of killing unborn children, Kritavarma and Kripa.

The story unfolds at a frantic pace all through the pages and unleashes as much emotion each time as any. To hear of honour, of bravery, of justice, of nobility and to see how everything falls as the war degenerates to its worst as the stakes go upshows what levels man goes to under pressure. The Mahabarata by Kamala Subramaniam is priced at Rs. Much thanks is owed to Sanjay Reddy for gifting me this wonderful story and thereby opening my eyes to the greatest story ever told.

I will come back to this and explore many interesting parts of the Mahabharata surely. For anyone who wants to read a good version of this epic grab this book right away.

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