Did Yudhishthira utter only one half-lie in the midst of the great war between the Pandavas and Kauravas, or did he utter many more in his life? The post Not half, not one: The 15-and-a-half lies of Yudhishthira in Mahabharata appeared first on Firstpost . First Post.com, 2 weeks ago
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harata Author :Bibek Debroy Publisher : Penguin, Rs699 In this final volume of Bibek Debroy's Mahabharata, the horse sacrifice is held, and Dhritarashtra, Gandhari, Kunti, Vidura and Sanjaya leave for the forest. Krishna and Balarama die ...New Delhi Pioneer, 2 weeks ago Book review: Mahabharata Volume 9 translated by Bibek Debroy DNA India, 3 weeks ago Of moksh, dharam, and dana New Delhi Pioneer, 1 month ago
Regret by Ikramullah (Translated by Faruq Hassan and Muhammad Umar Memon) Regret recreates a childhood shattered by the partition of India in 1947. Two lifelong friends, Ehsan and Saeed, reminisce about idyllic summer days spent bunking ...New Indian Express, 1 month ago
Former chief secretary VS Dubey delivers the lecture at KP Jayaswal Research Institute in Patna on Saturday. Picture by Nagendra Kumar Singh Patna, Jan. 31: The most acceptable date for the Mahabharat war based on archaeological evidence is ...Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago
gynecologist by profession, Sayantan Gupta has written 11 books; eight in English and three in Bangla. The Karna Pages is Gupta's latest, a mythological thriller. Karna, of course, is the unsung hero in the Mahabharata. Here, his story is a subtext ...The Sunday Guardian, 2 months ago
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