Order Now Odia Book Kunti By Surendranath Satapathy From Odisha Shop
Kunti is a novel written by Surendranath Satapathy, originally written in Odia language. The book tells the story of Kunati, the mother of the Pandavas in the Mahabharata epic. The novel explores the life of Kunti, who was bestowed with a boon from a sage that allowed her to invoke any deity and bear a child with them. The story delves into her relationships with her five sons, their battles, love, and devotion to each other.
Through Kunti’s journey, the book also explores themes such as power, honor, sacrifice, and betrayal. The book is a blend of myth, history, and fiction that offers a unique perspective on one of the most celebrated characters in Indian mythology. The book has two editions, with the first edition published in 2003, and the second edition published in 2009.
The book comes in hardcover binding and measures approximately 15x22x2 cm in packaging. It consists of 582 pages and is printed by RoyalHalftone.Co in Cuttack. The layout design is done by Bidyashree DTP Center, also in Cuttack. The book is written in Odia, one of the official languages of the Indian state of Odisha. The book’s ISBN is 81-7411-434-3. The book is published by Vidyapuri, a publisher based in Cuttack, Odisha.
|No of Pages||582|
|Binding Type||Hard Cover|
|Edition||1st Edition-2nd Edition|
|Book Dimention||Packaging approx in cm – 15x22x2|
|Layout Design||Bidyashree DTP Center, Cuttack|