Mahagatha: 100 Tales from the Puranas Paperback – 8 December 2022 by Satyarth Nayak (Author)

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      ‘A great read and a must-have in your home library.’ ANAND NEELAKANTAN

      About the Author

      Satyarth Nayak is an author and screenwriter based in Mumbai. A former SAARC Award winning Correspondent with CNN-IBN, Delhi, he holds a Masters in English Literature from St. Stephen’s. Sridevi – The Eternal Screen Goddess (Penguin, 2019) is Satyarth’s best-selling biography. His debut novel, The Emperor’s Riddles, was released in 2014. He followed it up with his second thriller titled Venom in 2020. Satyarth has also scripted Sony’s epic historical show, Porus, touted as India’s most expensive television series that aired from 2017 to 2019. His short stories have won the British Council award and appeared in Sudha Murty’s Penguin anthology, Something Happened On The Way To Heaven.


      From the Publisher

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      Dimensions 25.4 × 4.7 cm
      Publisher ‏

      ‎ HarperCollins India (8 December 2022)

      Language ‏

      ‎ English

      Paperback ‏

      ‎ 436 pages

      ISBN-10 ‏

      ‎ 9356294496

      ISBN-13 ‏

      ‎ 978-9356294493

      Item Weight ‏

      ‎ 442 g

      Dimensions ‏

      ‎ 20.3 x 25.4 x 4.7 cm

      Net Quantity ‏

      ‎ 1.00 count

      Based on 10 reviews

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      10 reviews for Mahagatha: 100 Tales from the Puranas Paperback – 8 December 2022 by Satyarth Nayak (Author)

      1. Aditya Mulay

        A must read for any person who is interested in the Hindu mythology/scriptures but never got a chance to read any. Although the stories radhe creative Liberty often at many places, the essence and the morals remains the same. In the end, puranas are nothing but wisdom passed down from our ancestors. This book exactly does the same.

      2. Shalini kiran

        The book tells many unknown stories

      3. Tanmay P

        In-dept research of each topics, must reach for mythological readers

      4. DeAnRa

        I enjoyed reading this book and narrating it to my child.

      5. Yash Bane

        I started reading your book Mahagatha from last monday and today I completed it. I have to say I’ve never been so sad while finishing a book. I just kept feeling like this book should go on and on. As I was reaching towards the end of this book I was sad as this book is about to end but also at the same time I was amazed by the things I got to learn and know while reading this book. I’ve had such a wonderful experience while reading this book. I learnt a lot about things I never knew before. The way you have presented the tales is very engaging and easy to understand. The sequence in which the tales have been presented and written is continuous so it keeps you engaged and connected with all the characters throughout the book. I’ve always been interested into Indian mythology (history) and this book was a perfect choice for me. Looking forward to read more such books from you. Thank you for such a great book.

      6. Jatin

        Book :- Mahagatha: 100 Tales from the PuranasAuthor : – Satyarth NayakGenre :- MythologyRatings : 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟{5/5)Are you ready to embark on an epic journey through the realms of Hindu mythology? Look no further than “Mahagatha: 100 Tales from the Puranas” by Satyarth Nayak!🔥This book is a treasure trove of ancient wisdom, handpicking 100 captivating mythological tales from the Puranas of Hinduism. From the well-known legends of gods and demons to the hidden gems that will leave you spellbound, “Mahagatha” has it all! 💫✨ Nayak’s unique chronological approach takes you on a seamless narrative journey, starting with Creation in Satya Yuga and ending with the advent of Kali Yuga.This structure reveals the interconnectedness of these stories and the intricate cycle of cause and effect that binds them together.🍥Delve into the minds of gods, demons, and humans, and discover their timeless motivations and impulses.Nayak’s lively prose breathes life into every character, making them relatable across the ages.🌍🎨 Accompanied by charming illustrations, this book is not just a read, but a visual delight!Let yourself be immersed in the rich tapestry of Hindu mythology.Whether you’re a mythology enthusiast or just curious about Hinduism, “Mahagatha” is a must-read! Satyarth Nayak’s meticulous curation and storytelling prowess will entertain, enlighten, and leave you in awe of the profound wisdom within the Puranas.📖Don’t miss out on connecting the dots of Hindu mythology like never before! Grab your copy of”Mahagatha: 100 Tales from the Puranas” and get ready for an extraordinary adventure!🌟

      7. Bluemoonnightstar

        What a wonderful book! Got it less than half a rate due to prime but it’s such an enlightening book ….

      8. Shoray

        This book is a masterpiece in storytelling. The way it weaves a coherent and chronological story from disconnected puranic stories is just something to behold. The description of each incident is visceral and true to heart.Highest praise for the author

      9. Carlos Jíménez Gil

        EntretenidoLas historias están bien llevadas, pero resulta algo pesado de traducir porque los textos está en un ingles-indi y ciertas palabras están solo en indi. Seguramente está pensado para el lector de la India.

      10. Sahil Gaba

        Great storiesPerfect small stories to read from Great Indian vedas. Perfect for increasing knowledge if you have not read any holy book or vedas…great read for children to know the Indian roots.

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