Myths and Traditions in India: A Fusion of the Past and the Present
Relates To Indian Mythology And Folklore Enshrined In Vedas, Upanishads, Puranas, Ramanaya And Mahabharat Analyses Their Contents, Brings Out Their Essentials Impact On Our Psyches. The Author Postulates That Mythology Gives Us Insights Into Ourselves And Our Possible Future.
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The Beginning The Myth of Creation
Amrit Manthan A Search for Immortality
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Amrit Manthan animals Apsaras Arjun ashram avatar Ayodhya beautiful became Bharat birds born Brahma Brahmin called Chandra churning civilisation cosmic ocean created Daksha Damayanti dance daughter deities demons Devayani divine earth elephant epics evil festive flowers forest fragrance Ganga Garud gave goddess gods Hanuman heaven hell heroes Himalayas Hiranyaksha holy human husband immortality incarnation India Indian mythology Indra jewel Kacha Kali Kali Yuga Kama Kamadev Kamsa Kaurav killed king kingdom Krishna Lakshmi lived magical Mahabharat Mandara mankind marriage married Menaka Meru modern India moon mountain mythical myths and legends Nala named Pandav princes Parashuram Parvati Patala personalities personified planets Purans Pururavas Ramayan Rambha Ravan rituals river sacred Sanjeevani Saranyu serpents Shakuntala Shesha Shiva Shukra Shukracharya Sita snakes Soma story Surya Swarga symbolised temples Urvashi Usha Varun Vedas venerated Vinata Vishnu Vishvamitra vivaha wife woman women worship Yama Yamuna Yayati Yuga