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Marvels and Mysteries of the Mahabharata

by Abhijit Basu

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Read this book immediately after Irawati Karve's Yuganta. A lot of the material seems repeated. There are very few new insights into any of the characters. The last 4-5 chapters seem to have been repeated multiple times over. The writing style of these chapters seems incongruous with the other chapters. ( )
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The Mahabharatha never ceases to fascinate. Marvels and Mysteries, with its lucid and engaging narrative, seeks to unravel some of its enigmas: the characters of Vyasa, Krshna, Yudhishthira, Arjuna, and Draupadi; aspects of the Mahabharatha's historicity; its medley of interpretations.… (more)

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