Stories of many great women, their achievements and their sufferings, are recounted in the Ramayana and the Mahabharata. Sita, Kunti, and Draupadi are among the better known. These women went through many painful ordeals, but they had one hope to sustain them: they had noble family members, husbands, and children.
The story of Gandhari, the mother of the Kauravas, is different. All around her there was treachery. Her husband was weak and ambitious; her brother, Shakuni, was a villain; her sons were full of violence and envy. Among them she alone stood for virtue and truth.
The moving story of Gandhari is retold here in an easy-to-read comic book, perfect for young readers.
Note: The British/Indian diction of the writing might need some explaining to younger children.
Softbound, color comic, 32 pages, 7" x 9.5".
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