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The Great Golden Sacrifice Of The Mahabharata

Maggi Lidchi-Grassi (Author)

A stunningly lyrical work, The Great Golden Sacrifice of the Mahabharata reinterprets Vyasas epic from Arjunas point of view. As Arjuna relives the battle of Kurukshetra, he senses a profound change coming upon himself. He begins to understand the true meaning of surrender and sacrifice. The book comprises three parts, narrated principally by Arjuna. Part I takes us through the childhood and youth of the Pandavas and Kauravas, the game of dice, the Pandavas exile, and ends with the armies arrayed for battle at Kurukshetra. Part II recounts the battle itself, and the teachings of the Bhagvad Gita. Part III presents a moving and brilliantly original take on the Mahabharata, as Lidchi-Grassi gives a voice to the forgotten victims of every war the ordinary citizens who must pick themselves up, and resume the business of life. An old order has been swept away, but can the new age the Kali Yuga help lessen human strife and misery? Vastly ambitious in scope and epic in scale, The Great Golden Sacrifice of the Mahabharata is an astonishing read.

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Title The Great Golden Sacrifice Of The Mahabharata
Format Hardcover
Date published: 24.11.2011
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788184001464
length 960p., 23cm.