Gods And Goddesses (22 In 1) 2010 – By Amar Chitra Katha
Courage and cowardice, love, wisdom and folly, loyalty and betrayal, forgiveness and revenge – the 330 million gods and goddesses in the Indian pantheon mirror the face of all human emotions and experience. Stories about these deities find their origin in mythology that has its roots in ancient literature – primarily the four Vedas and the Puranas. From the divine birth of Ganesha to the playful stories of Krishna, this collection of 22 legends is sure to leave you spellbound by the magical world of Indian mythology.
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This Amar Chitra Katha special edition brings together some of the stories that are woven around gods and goddesses. From the mighty Shiva and Vishnu to the much loved Durga and Ganesha. From the popular gods of the epics like Rama and Krishna to the lesser known ones like Indra and the Ashwini Kumars. Titles Krishna Rama Shiva Parvati Tales of Vishnu Tales of Durga Krishna and Rukmini Krishna and Jarasandha Indra and Shibi Karttikeya Surya Indra and Shachi Krishna and Shishupala The Syamantaka Gem Ashwini Kumars Ayyappan Tales of Shiva Sati and Shiva The Churning of the Ocean Tales of Balarama The Parijata Tree Parashurama Ganesha