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Vijita Mukherjee

Cham Cham was a horse. She belonged to Ramki, the merchant. Ramki was very unkind to Cham Cham. He made her carry heavy loads and hardly gave her any food. Cham...

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Yagya Sharma

Was Chanakya a demon or a man? His opponents had no answer. They would plot and plan, coax and connive, but the scholar-turned-politician was always a step ahea...

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Nandini Nayar

This is the (Hindi) Edition of two of Munshi Premchand's most popular stories, "Do Bael" and "Budhi Kaki". Munshi Premchand (1880 - 1936...

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Amar Chitra Katha

Drona and the Ball Game & The Proud Mountain

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Reena Puri

Ganesha and Kubera & Hanuman is Hungry Reena I. Puri Kubera, the Lord of Wealth, holds a feast in his palace to show off his riches. He invites the whole...

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Reena Ittyerah Puri

The book contains 1 story- Cham Cham's Choice which is a part of Amar Chitra Katha Junior series.

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Prabha Nair

The Moon faced Ganesha's wrath for laughing at him, when the elephant- headed god fell off the mouse he rode. When Ravana obtained the Atmalinga from Shiva,...

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Kamala Chandrakant

When Drona went to his childhood friend, Drupada, to remind him of his promise of eternal friendship made long ago, Drupada rebuked him and spurned him. Burning...

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Kamala Chandrakant

Ganesha revered in India as the remover of obstacles is first and foremost an obedient son. Standing guard at his mother's door, this son of Parvati refuses...

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Sanjana Kapur

Gankhu sees that his father is unhappy. The landlord is being unfair to the farmers and paying them less. How will Gankhu teach the greedy landlord a good lesso...

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Sanjana Kapur

Garuda, eagle-faced son of sage Kashyapa and Vinita, had strength that surpassed all the devas in Indralok. He was required to bring the plot of Amrit or Nectar...

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Kamala Chandrakant

He may have looked like a demon, but Ghatotkacha was a guardian angel, always ready to help, always cheerful. The Pandava brother, Bheema, was lucky to have him...

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