The Mahabharata (Narayan book)
First UK edition
Viking Press (US)
|Preceded by||The Painter of Signs|
|Followed by||The Emerald Route|
The Mahabharata is a mythological book by R. K. Narayan. It is a modernised, shortened and translated retelling of The Mahabharata. It was first published by Heinemann, London in 1978. The book was published as a result of a long endeavour that included three Hindu mythological works, Gods, Demons and Others, The Ramayana and finally The Mahabharata; in 1995, these works were republished as part of a new book, The Indian Epics Retold.
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