Author: Ananda K CoomaraswamySister Nivedita/Publisher: JaicoYear: 2008Language: EnglishPages: 400ISBN/UPC (if available): 8172248210
This volume is a collection of the most important stories of Indian mythology, taken mainly form the Ramayana and the Mahabharat, with additional tales from the Puranas, the Vedas and from other early Hindu and Buddhist epics. They make accessible to readers the deeds of Rama and Sita, of the elephant-headed Ganesha, of the monkey deity Hanuman, of the golden deer Maricha, and scores of other stories of passion, grief, and magic. This book prepared by two of the foremost scholars and writers on Indian life.
CHAPTERMythology of the Indo-Aryan RacesThe RamayanaThe MahabharataKrishnaBuddhaShivaOther Stories From the Puranas, epics, and VedasConclusion