From the bestselling author of Kari comes a brilliant new interpretation of mythology. Combining stories from the Adi Parva which precede the main narrative. Amruta Patil’s Adi Parva is a feminist retelling of the Mahabharat, with an interesting focus on its women characters. Review by Sandhya. Adi Parva: Churning of the Ocean | Amruta Patil. Worth its weight in gold. To know if a tale is worth its weight in gold, check if it reveals itself.
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It took me out of the book and I asked about it in an FB group, worrying it was a printing Read this one some time in Book of HoursDeath. There is more to them than what meets patli eye. I adore the story-within-a-story narrative, and the paintings are gorgeous. Which places a heavy burden on the drawings.
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Adi Parva – Churning of the Ocean by Amruta Patil
Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Four stars for the art. Most of them are intelligent, conscientious people who actually have something to say; and are not just self-indulgently documenting non-lives and violent fantasies and menstrual cycles and efforts to get laid. That would be like alleging a machine with many buttons and toggles is better than one with a flat-screen interface.
Ultimately, the sacrifice is as much a reason to avenge Parikshit’s death as it is to re-introduce history to a people who had forgotten their own past, and were on their way to repeating it. Books by Amruta Patil. Talking about the story line-up, it is quite detailed but not up to the mark or expectations.
Adi Parva – Churning of the Ocean
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If one were to make that judgement based on the shabby renditions of mythology that exist in various media, it may not be misplaced; but it is certainly not a point of view that comes from really knowing what one is talking about. The art work in this book is stunning. While gods have human failings, men aspire to live up to godly ideals. So it makes one fill like the continuum is not maintained but on second thought it seems there are ma My review will actually be: So my journey into the parvz of the epic was a fairly solitary one.
Respects for the xdi work.
Book Review | Adi Parva: Churning of the Ocean
This is a story of archers who can shoot down gods, magical weapons that break the world asunder, bridal games and gods of dice and solar raptors and curses and navigators of the multiverse. I know for sure that I will be eagerly waiting for the other installments in this series.
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The novel has quiet moments- idyllic devlok painted patkl soothing colours- and dramatic, violent moments- the churning of the ocean with smudged colours blending into one another, depicting a maddening flurry of activity. Saturday, March 17, April and April’s Fool. This book doesn’t attempt to do that, or even pretends to do that – instead it wonderfully brings out an artist’s creativity and imagination.
Can’t wait to read Sauptik. All the snakes, in the entire world. Not all great stories have small beginnings. I would recommend not breezing through this one – spend time and marvel at adii thought put into each visual.
The print and page quality is brilliant. Jan 19, Vivek Tejuja rated it it was amazing. Proof of the publicly shared appeal in the town square mandi of attractive retellings came when the bellboy at my hotel asked to see the book, and flipping through appreciatively, stopped, rather to my discomfort, at a tasteful pastel of Pandu and Madri making love.
It is is a notable effort, but takes several years to complete, and severely limits ajruta audience, leaving only those few with the gumption to wait and wade through more than six thousand pages of text. It has chosen only one topic particularly about Mahabharata, so if someone starts to read the book with thought that it will give detailed insight of Mahabharata then one will get disappointed. The book is like a rare casket of fine wine, which is not to be imbibed but each sip is to be savored.
Dec 26, Abhinav Agarwal rated it it was amazing. Enter the patl address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link.
Jul 06, Parmeet Kohli rated it it was amazing Shelves: Are graphic novels finding the acclaim and audience they need in India?