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Jaya An Illustrated Retelling of the Mahabharata Book Description
High above the sky stands Swarga, paradise, abode of the gods. Still above is Vaikuntha, heaven, abode of God.
The doorkeepers of Vaikuntha are the twins, Jaya and Vijaya, both whose names mean ‘victory’. One keeps you in Swarga; the other raises you into Vaikuntha. In Vaikuntha there is bliss forever, in Swarga there is pleasure for only as long as you deserve.
What is the difference between Jaya and Vijaya? Solve this puzzle and you will solve the mystery of the Mahabharata. In this enthralling retelling of India’s greatest epic, the Mahabharata, originally known as Jaya, Devdutt Pattanaik seamlessly weaves into a single narrative plots from the Sanskrit classic as well as its many folk and regional variants, including the Pandavani of Chattisgarh, Gondhal of Maharashtra, Terukkuttu of Tamil Nadu, and Yakshagana of Karnataka.
Richly illustrated with over 250 line drawings by the author, the 108 chapters abound with little-known details such as the names of the hundred Kauravas, the worship of Draupadi as a goddess in Tamil Nadu, the stories of Astika, Madhavi, Jaimini, Aravan and Barbareek, the Mahabharata version of the Shakuntalam and the Ramayana, and the dating of the war based on astronomical data. With clarity and simplicity, the tales in this elegant volume reveal the eternal relevance of the Mahabharata, the complex and disturbing meditation on the human condition that has shaped Indian thought for over 3000 years.
Jaya, an illustrated retelling of the Mahabharata by Devdutt Pattanaik. miss_pia: April 15th, 0:00. Current Mood: accomplished. Jaya. I got it the book during our trip to India. I was original searching for Ramayana (I've seen plays about it many ...
Thoughts On My Life (for me, that means thoughts on books and books only) (by the undeniable anglophile) ... Jaya: An Illustrated Retelling of the Mahabharata · 25 Mar. I would like to give a short note of disclaimer to those who feel that this is ...
Mahabharata – The Epic has it all. Mahabharata is remembered mostly, for its 18 day war shown in the famous Sunday weekly show on National Television by B.R Chopra. There is no human emotion that cannot be found in ...
A few years ago I happened to read Devdutt Pattnaik's version of the great epic – “JAYA – An Illustrated Retelling of the MAHABHARATA”. I remember I could not keep the book down and read until the wee hours of morning.
Indian mythology is always linked to religious sentiments in general. Here the author takes out the emotional aspects and presents an analytical explanation of the text. More over he presents a comparative reasoning of the ...
Having read modern mythologies based on older mythologies and warped fiction on speculations, it was a breather to read a “simple” retelling. To keep it “simple” requires a MASTER and I salute Devdutt Pattanaik for this feat.
Jaya – An illustrated retelling of the mahabharata – By Devdutt Pattanaik – A review. So my affair with Mahabharata continues. After browsing through a dozen different books on Mahabharata, I decided to pick this one up.
Given my penchant for hoarding books inspired by Mahabharata, I had this one too lying on my book-shelf for months now. After finishing Badrinath Chaturvedi's 'The Women of the Mahabharata' (which by the way is another ...
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