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The Mahabharata of Krishna - Dwaipayana Vyasa (18 Volumes)

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   Author(s): Kisari Mohan Ganguli
        Publisher: Calcutta Oriental Pub. Co, Year: 1896
                                        
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The "Mahabharata", which is written in Sanskrit, says the following about the place it's written- "Whatever is found in this place, may be found elsewhere. What's not found here, will not be found elsewhere.".

On the Mahabharata, the readers imagination extends and contracts through several two-dimensional planes, spanning both conscious and unconscious portions of their mindscape, as well as several three-dimensional battlefields. The cause for the division is that centuries have had coinciding experiences with heavenly incarnations and ghostly incarnations, and as a result, one group has become decent, and another has become evil. On ground that has been fought for for thousands of years, we see the biggest war that has ever been waged.

It has been one of the longest and oldest of epics and tells us about reality, righteousness, redemption and finally enlightenment.

This electronic text version of the Mahabharata is the Mahabharata Kisari Mohan Ganguli translation among all 18 parts of the Mahabharata and has a brief 35 page introduction, bibliographic references, and a compilation of appendices to explain some of the difficult terms. The source text is based on a Third Edition with changes and enhancements incorporated into a Second Edition in a Second Edition translation, with all significant textual corrections and additions included. Noted in the new printing, and deemed credible relative to previous editions, it has not been confirmed if the present printing is the most recent. The desired words are used in these. All the footnotes are hyperlinked for easy access at any time.

The "Mahabharata", which is written in Sanskrit, says the following about the place it's written- "Whatever is found in this place, may be found elsewhere. What's not found here, will not be found elsewhere.".

On the Mahabharata, the readers imagination extends and contracts through several two-dimensional planes, spanning both conscious and unconscious portions of their mindscape, as well as several three-dimensional battlefields. The cause for the division is that centuries have had coinciding experiences with heavenly incarnations and ghostly incarnations, and as a result, one group has become decent, and another has become evil. On ground that has been fought for thousands of years, we see the biggest war that has ever been waged.

It has been one of the longest and oldest of epics and tells us about reality, righteousness, redemption and finally enlightenment.

This electronic text version of the Mahabharata is the Mahabharata Kisari Mohan Ganguli translation among all 18 parts of the Mahabharata and has a brief 35-page introduction, bibliographic references, and a compilation of appendices to explain some of the difficult terms. The source text is based on a Third Edition with changes and enhancements incorporated into a Second Edition in a Second Edition translation, with all significant textual corrections and additions included. Noted in the new printing, and deemed credible relative to previous editions, it has not been confirmed if the present printing is the most recent. The desired words are used in these. All the footnotes are hyperlinked for easy access at any time.
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