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Mahabharat is one of the most revered and famous epics of India, which glorifies the eternal struggle between good and evil, and teaches us the importance of righteousness, duty, and devotion. It is said to have been composed by the sage Vyasa, and contains 18 books or parvas, with a total of more than 100,000 verses.
First published in 1990, and now in its seventh edition, this Odia translation of Mahabharat has been edited by Janaki Ballav Pattnaik and published by Vidyapuri. The hardcover book contains 488 pages and has a dimension of 15x22x1 cm. It is printed by Sangeeta Printers in Cuttack and designed by Bidyashree DTP Center.
The book follows the original text and provides a faithful translation of the epic into Odia, making this ancient work accessible to a wider audience. It includes detailed descriptions of the main characters, their strengths, and weaknesses, and their actions and motives, and brings to life the rich mythology, culture, and history of ancient India.
Whether you are a scholar, a student, or a casual reader, this book is an excellent resource for learning about the timeless values and the incredible stories of the Mahabharat. It will inspire you to reflect on the deeper meaning of life and the human condition, and leave you with a profound sense of awe and wonder.
|No of Pages
|Janaki Ballav Pattnaik
|1st Edition-7th Edition
|Packaging approx in cm – 15x22x1
|Sangeeta Printers, Cuttack
|Bidyashree DTP Center, Cuttack