Who is your favourite Mahabharata character?
Is it Krishna, the overseer of everything, the avatar of Vishnu, the boy who stole the hearts of milkmaids in Vrindavan, the founder and regent of Dwaraka, the charioteer of Arjuna, the Prime Mover, the master strategist…
Is it Draupadi, the personification of Dharma, the binding force that keeps the Pandavas together, the fiery one, the woman desired by all, the devoted wife, the loving mother, the vengeful princess of Panchala…
Is it Karna – good, charitable Karna; Karna the arch enemy of the Pandavas and bosom friend of Duryodhana; Karna the firstborn son of Kunti; Karna to whom everything is promised but nothing is given; Karna the unfortunate, Karna the cruel…
Is it Arjuna, the third Pandava, son of Indra, wielder of the Gandiva; the most powerful archer in the world by birth and by destiny; he who is known by ten names, he who is the chief follower of Krishna; Drona’s favourite pupil, Bhishma’s favourite grandson…
Abhimanyu the boy hero, Duryodhana the vengeful prince, Kunti the silently strong mother, Gandhari the one who can ‘see’…
And above towering over them all, Kurukshetra the battlefield, waiting to drink of the blood of millions. The Mahabharata war, the seminal fight where Dharma is destroyed over the course of eighteen fateful days.
In the Mahabharata Character Guides Omnibus, fourteen books c0me together to educate, enthrall and enchant you about the men and women that populate Vyasa’s immortal epic.
The loves, hates and jealousies of these characters offer thrust and motive power to the Mahabharata story – as events build up to the dramatic climax at Kurukshetra.
The Wise Man Listens
In order to understand the Mahabharata, in order to live it and breathe it, one must listen.
To the pain and anguish of Draupadi when she is disrobed in public at the dice game; to her pang of envy when Arjuna brings back Subhadra on his return from exile; to her cry of desperation when she’s followed by Kichaka; to her wail of sorrow when, at the end of it all, she learns that Ashwatthama has killed her sons…
To the calm inner voice of Yudhishthir, forever patient, forever humble, forever fastened to the path of virtue – except for that one moment where he lies to bring about the downfall of Drona. To the soft thump of Yudhishthir’s chariot hitting the blood-soaked earth…
To the twang of the Gandiva when Arjuna shoots his arrows in the dead of the night, eager to become the world’s best archer; to his conflicting thoughts at the prospect of sharing Draupadi with his four brothers; to the quiet voice of self-doubt that accosts him each time he faces Karna in battle; to the mighty roar with which he kills Jayadratha and avenges young Abhimanyu’s death…
To the mellow notes that flow out of Krishna’s flute in Vrindavan; to the crack of the whip as he steers Arjuna’s chariot amid dead and fallen bodies on Kurukshetra; to the squeal of delight he utters at the death of Ghatotkacha; to the lilt of his voice as he soothes Draupadi’s feelings; to the words of wisdom with which he persuades Arjuna to fight…
To the lamentations of Karna, to the chiding of Kunti when she feels Yudhishthir is slipping in his resolve, to the silent promises of Gandhari to Dhritarashtra…
To the thudding of the mace on Abhimanyu’s head, stilling his breath; to the cackling of Rakshasas that accompany Ashwatthama’s massacre of the Panchala camp on the eighteenth day…
In these fourteen books the characters of the Mahabharata seek to speak to you. One by one, in their quiet voices.
Will you listen?
The bald facts of the matter are these. The books contain:
- 1500+ Pages of character guides – covering fourteen different characters.
- 40+ Hours of insightful, delightful reading material
Perfect for readers of all ages. Whether you’re a beginner to the Mahabharata or a pro, you will find something to love about these books.
Try it No Risk for 30 Days
Hundreds of readers have read the Mahabharata Character Guides Omnibus, and loved it.
They read it for themselves. They read it with their children. They revel in the timeless truths that only the Mahabharata can tell.
But I know that you’re your own person. Even if the whole world loves a book, you may not.
So I’m asking you to only examine these books for 30 days. Take a whole month to decide whether or not you like them, whether they are worth their price.
Give the books a chance to earn your trust. To earn your love.
If they fail, if at any time during the next 30 days you feel like the books are not good value, if they do not help you become a better version of yourself – then let me know.
I will give you a full, 100% Refund. No questions asked.
You should know that I take this very seriously. I’m a reader too. I’ve been burned by bad books in the past. I know how it feels to pay for a book, excitedly open it to the first page… and realize it’s not quite what you expected.
Or to read a book that starts off well and keeps you hooked for the first half, but drops in quality as it goes on – and you realize the three-day refund window is no longer open.
I get it. Which is why I am giving you 30 full days to decide. And I promise – I will honour every refund request on the same day I receive it.
25% Off (If you order now)
Look, I will be frank with you. I will give you all the numbers, and you decide if you’re getting a good deal or not.
The Mahabharata Character Guides Omnibus contains 1500 pages. 14 independent volumes.
The regular price on the set is ₹699. That comes to around ₹50 per volume.
Now, I am running a special one-time offer that knocks 25% off that price.
So the discounted price on the set is ₹524.25. That comes to ₹37.44 per volume.
Less than ₹40 per volume.
On books that contain 1500 pages of the healthiest form of entertainment, the deepest form of cultural education, and the purest form of wisdom that you will ever find in the world.
Good value? You decide.
And remember – you get to try it for 30 full days at no risk. Just give the books a chance to earn your trust. If they fail, let me know and I will give you a full refund.
What have you got to lose?
The only snag here is that the 25% discount is only available on the next 100 orders. First come, first served.
Once I reach the number, I will turn off the discount. The price will return to ₹699.
A wise man once said that in the great book of time, there is but one word. And that word is now.
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- Go to the Mahabharata Character Guides: Omnibus product page. (Link will open in a new window.)
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Remember, this is a fully reversible order. If within 30 days of purchase you decide that the books are not worth what you paid for them, just let me know and you will get a 100%, No Questions Asked Refund.
Welcome to the world of the Mahabharata Characters. An ocean of Vedic wisdom awaits you!