ISBN: 9788187108788 Pages: 160 Size: 140*216 mm Language: English Book Binding: Hardback/ Hardcover Format: PB Weight: 100 gm.
About The Book
This accessible collection of ancient India's most insightful
myths celebrates well-known stories and others not readily
known to Western readers. These are stories of Vishnu,
Brahma, Ganesha and the other India, as well as of humans
struggling with some of life's essential truths. The collection
contains stories from the Mahabharata, the Ramayana, the
Puranas and the Vedas.
About Kamla K Kapur
Kamla K. Kapur was born and raised in India and studied in
the US. Her writing has included plays, novels, poetry, essays and reimaging
Indian spiritual writings. Her critically acclaimed books include, Ganesha
Goes to Lunch: Classics from Mystic India(2007), Mandala, USA; also retitled Classic Tales
from Mystic India, Jaico Publishing, (2013), and Rumi's Tales from the
Silk Road, Pilgrimage to Paradise (Mandala
USA and Penguin India, 2009). Her new book, The Singing Guru, on the legends of Guru Nanak, is forthcoming
from Mandala in 2015. Her highly praised books of poetry are As a Fountain
in a Garden (Tarang Press, 2005) and Radha Sings (Dark Child Press, 1987).