Saraswati - Stories Of The Goddess Of Wisdom - English | by Sanjana Kapur/ Amar Chitra Katha/ Comic Book

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Sku : 91065840

Language : English

Publisher : Amar Chitra Katha

Page : 32

Height : 10 Inch

Depth : 1 Inch

Width : 7 Inch

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•Sanjana Kapur's collection of traditional-based tales, Saraswati Stories of the Goddess of Wisdom, explores the meaning and symbolism of the Hindu Goddess Saraswati. Many people in India and other parts of the world worship Saraswati, who is revered as the Goddess of knowledge, the arts, and wisdom.
• This Amar chitra katha book contains several tales that explain Saraswati's beginnings, her many manifestations, and her significance in Hindu tradition. Among the tales told in the book are those of Saraswati's conception from Lord Brahma's mouth, her use of knowledge and intelligence to vanquish the demonic Vritra, and her marriage to Lord Brahma, which made her the universe's ruler.
• This Amar chitra katha comic book also examines the different representations of Saraswati, such as the veena (a musical instrument), the swan (a bird frequently symbolized as being wise and pure), and the lotus flower (a representation of enlightenment and spiritual development). 
• Beautiful drawings that bring the characters and surroundings to life are included with each narrative.
 Readers will have a greater comprehension of Hindu tradition and the significance of the Goddess Saraswati after reading Saraswati Stories of the Goddess of Wisdom, which is an interesting and educational book.
• The tales are appropriate for readers of all ages and educational levels and are certain to inform and inspire anyone with an interest in India's rich cultural history.
• Amar Chitra Katha comics, a prominent publication house based in India, specializes in creating and distributing a vast array of comics and books deeply rooted in Indian culture, mythology, history, and folklore. Established in 1967 by Anant Pai, fondly known as the ""Father of Indian Comics,"" Amar Chitra Katha book has become an integral part of Indian literary heritage.