Illustrated Mahabharata For Children

The Illustrated MahabharataThe Illustrated Mahabharata For Children depiction and the simple language used in this book is amazing and easily understandable by children. Excellent book, especially for kids.📚📖😊

End of Dhritrashtra, Gandhari and Kunti

Now the Pandavas had control over the kingdom of Hastinapur. King Yudhishthira was ruling dutifully and with justice. No unrighteousness prevailed anywhere in the kingdom. The five Pandavas respected Dhritrashtra and Gandhari equally as their parents. Kunti served Gandhari and Draupadi served them both with great devotion. The Pandavas organised several yajnas and the Ashwamedha …

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Killing of Ghatotkacha and Drona

Filled with rage against the killing of Jayadratha the Kauravas broke the rules of the battle and attacked the Pandavas even after sunset.Ghatotkacha was Bhima’s son by Hidimba (a she-monster). He and his demon forces became more powerful and ferocious at night and attacked the Kaurava army throwing it into complete confusion. Duryodhana told Karna …

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The Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Days’ Battle

On the fourth day, both the sides came to battle. Duryodhana tried to surround Abhimanyu unethically but Dhrishtdyumna dashed his plan to the ground. Thereafter, Duryodhana let loose a herd of intoxicated elephants on the Pandava army. But Bhima drove them back to the Kauravas. The elephants crushed seven of Kaurava brothers and injured Duryodhana …

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The Commander-in-Chiefs

All discussions had failed. War was certain. The armies were getting ready with seven divisions of the Pandavas. The Pandavas had their divisions under Drupada, Virata, Dhrishtadyumna, Shikhandi, Satyaki, Chekitana and Bhima. The Pandavas appointed Dhrishtadyumna their commander-in-chief. Similar preparations were going on among the Kauravas.The Kaurava army had eleven divisions. Command was given to …

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