Raj Kahini

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Katha, 2004 - Short stories, Bengali - 140 pages
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Though A Painter, Abanindranath Tagore Loved Writing For Children. Perhaps That Is Why His Uncle Rabindranath Tagore Had Urged Him To Write. When Abanindranath Finally Did, These Unforgettable Stories Were Born. Now For The First Time In English.
 

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the stories narrated in the book 'RAJ KAHINI'can b read from the point of view of Indian nationalism and freedom movement in India.the chivalrous kings and princes fought for their motherland,this fight can be equated with the battles fought by the nationalists for their country..these stories have the potential to awaken the national spirit within the youth of our country.women also fought along with men and the tales of their sacrifice and courage reminds us about the glorious past of India.the narrative of Abanindranath Tagore is like a picturesque painting pictures in the minds of the readers.people say that Abanindranath does not write stories but he 'paint stories'. 

Contents

Shiladitya
7
Goha _ l7 Bappaditya
25
Padmini
43
Hambir
67
Hambir wins his kingdom
82
Kumbha
91
Chanda
103
Sangramsingh
123
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