A Year With The Maha Puranas
One year. Two Sisters. 19 Mahapuranas. 38 reviews. 100+ stories. One book.
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What does it mean to read abridged translations of all nineteen Puranas in one year?

This is the book of questions and answers, of those nineteen books, thirty-eight reviews, and the year that went by. Anvita and Anika, sisters, read abridged translations of the nineteen maha-Puranas over the course of a year.

In addition to thirty-eight reviews, there are also several anecdotes of their experiences through the year as they read and wrote, and how school, studies, exams, and a maniacal father drove them to ever greater depths of despair. In the book you will find over a hundred stories, factoids, and nuggets from the Puranas. How Parvati became Gouri, stories about Kurukshetra, the punya that accumulates from reading the Puranas, the types of fasts to observe and their benefits, the types of donations one can give, episodes from the Mahabharata, different accounts of how Ganesha was born and how he broke a tusk, and many, many more - as seen from the eyes of two young children!

AuthorAnvita and Anika Agarwal
BindingKindle Edition
FormatKindle eBook
Language TypePublished
Number Of Pages155
Product GroupeBooks
Publication Date2018-07-09
Release Date2018-07-09
Sales Rank13415

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