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Devotees Of Vishnu - English | by Toni Patel/ Comic Book/ 5 In 1 Story Book

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SKU 910652154
Language Publisher Author Width Height Binding Depth Weight

English

India Book House

Toni Patel

8 inch

10 inch

Hard Bound

1 inch

1.1288lb

• The Churning of the Ocean: The three worlds of the universe were reeling from shock, the asuras had taken control! Even the plants were withering away. Only the great Lord Vishnu could make things right again. He got both devas and asuras to churn up life-giving nectar from the ocean of milk and then ensured that the asuras were kept away from this gift of immortality.

• Tales of Vishnu: Vishnu, they say, is just one of a powerful trio - the highest lords of the universe. However, though Brahma created the universe and Shiva can destroy it, it is up to the great god Vishnu to keep all creatures within well and happy. Always compassionate, he is also the wisest of the trio. It is he who good-naturedly sorts out the mess the others create and best of all, Vishnu always favors goodness and honesty.

• Tales of Narada: Sage Narada symbolises unqualified devotion to Lord Vishnu, also known as Narayana. He is inseparable from his veena and has the name of Lord Narayana always on his lips. In the Puranic stories, it is Narada who puts the lord's devotees to test. But when he himself is put to test will the clelstial sage emerge victorious?

• Prahlad: Prahlad drove his monstrous father to a murderous rage. He insisted on praising Lord Vishnu who was considered a sworn enemy by his father Hiranyakashipu. When he tried to punish his disobedient son, Hiranyakashipu's potent poisons turned to nectar while his lethal weapons fell harmlessly away. In this tale of bloodthirsty revenge, Prahlad's only defence is his devotion which dramatically puts an end to all evil.

• Dhruva and Ashtavakra: To possess true knowledge, one need not be grey-haired or bald, this ancient adage was proved true by the young Dhruva and Ashtavarka. Dhruva countered the evil intentions of his scheming stepmother with intense devotion. Ashtavarka worked hard and by the age of 12 had absorbed all there was to learn. One was rewarded with a kingdom and a shining place in the celestial world for ever more, the other's brilliance brought his father back to life.

• This 5-in-1 volume, Devotees of Vishnu, encompasses all 5 stories of His divine followers, in one book.

• Amar Chitra Katha is a popular Indian comic book series known for its vivid illustrations and storytelling. The series covers a wide range of topics, including mythology, folklore, history, and literature. The comic books are designed to educate and entertain readers, particularly children and young adults, about various aspects of Indian culture and heritage.