Yuganta: The End of an Epoch

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Orient Longman, Jul 1, 2006 - Mahābhārata - 228 pages
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Irawati Karve Studies The Humanity Of The Mahabharata S Great Figures, With All Their Virtues And Their Equally Numerous Faults. Sought Out By An Inquirer Like Her, Whose View Of Life Is Secular, Scientific, Anthropological In The Widest Sense, It Is Also Appreciative Of Literary Values, Social Problems Of The Past And Present Alike, And Human Needs And Responses In The Present And Past.

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Unputdownable. A must read for all. The thorough character dissection of the five protagonist of Mahabharata & a way of vedic life, as portrayed by Karve is one of its kind. Read full review

Review: Yuganta: The End of an Epoch

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Unputdownable. A must read for all. The thorough character dissection of the five protagonist of Mahabharata & a way of vedic life, as portrayed by Karve is one of its kind. Read full review

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