Krishna: A Study Based on Mahabharata
by Nagesh D. Sonde
Number of pages: 329
This book is a paean to one of the most beloved of all Indian deities, as observed through the prism of the Mahabharata. Mr. Sonde turns his prodigious learning upon Krishna, the impact he has had upon Indian cultural and religious thought, and his place in the pantheon of the immortals.
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