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This is a story from the 'Mahabharatha.' Bhima meets his son, Ghatothkacha, after many years. They don't recognise each other and get into a duel. Why? What happens later? This is what the story is about.
The classical Sanskrit poet of yore, Bhasa, wrote the play, 'Madhyamavyayoga,' based on this popular episode in the great Indian epic, 'Mahabharatha.'
In this book, the authors have tried to adapt the original Sanskrit play for young readers of English, in a contemporary language. The book can be read aloud, with the young and old alike assuming the roles of the various characters in the play.
The book begins with the story of the 'Mahabharatha,' narrated in a nutshell.
The authors have an abiding love of Sanskrit and would like to open the rich treasure-trove of Sanskrit literature to the young readers of today. Towards this end, they are working on bringing out a series of small books for a global audience, particularly the young, adapting the classical Sanskrit works of yore for a contemporary audience. At the moment, 'Meghadootam: The Cloud Messenger,' and 'Madhyamavyayoga: The Story of the Middle Son' are available.
Also published through Pothi is a book of contemporary short stories for children titled: 'Children's Stories for Our Times.'