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Indra was at his wit's end, the impertinent demon Narakasura had stolen his mother's earrings! Lord Krishna, always helpful, agreed to confront the enemy. But seated on Garuda, his trusty eagle and accompanied by the gentle Satyabhama, would Krishna be able to overcome Narakasura's formidable defences? Would his gleaming discus ever find its mark? This is the story of why the first of four days of Diwali, the Festival of Lights is named after Naraka!
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Book Description Amar Chitra Katha Pvt. Ltd. Condition: New. pp. 32 Illus. (Col.). Seller Inventory # 7437982
Book Description Amar Chitra Katha/ACK Media, 2008. Softcover. Condition: New. Narakasura (Naraka the demon) was a vicious tyrant who subdued the gods, brought away their tusked elephants, sixteen thousand maidens and jewels from the earrings of the God-Mother. The chief of gods approached Krishna for help. Kishna with his wife, rode Garuda (the eagle) and went over obstacles of water, fire and wind to Narkasura`s city-gate guarded by a five-headed demon. With his whirling wheel-discus and piercing arrows, Krishna killed the guard and other demons and finally Narakasura himself. This is the story of why the first of four days of Diwali - the Festival of Lights is named after Naraka! Printed Pages: 32. Seller Inventory # 32764
Book Description Amar Chitra Katha Pvt. Ltd. PAPERBACK. Condition: New. 8189999427. Seller Inventory # VU-11-2-9788189999421