Long before the war began and while the Pandavas were still in exile, Duryodhana landed himself in deep trouble and could have been killed… if only Arjuna hadn’t intervened.
Bhima wasn’t the only Pandava to have met the ancient Monkey God. Here’s the story of how Arjuna and Hanuman faced off in a little known story from the Mahabharata.
This is the story of Barbarik, a little known character in the Mahabharata who could’ve ended the war in merely a minute.
While several characters in the two epics are related, only two of them make an appearance in both the epics. Ever wondered who?
If there is one topic that is a hot favourite among the current breed of Indian English writers, it is Indian mythology. For most fans of modern Indian mythological books, their first initiation into the world of Indian mythology has been through the Shiva Trilogy. Consisting of The Immortals of Meluha, The Secret of the Nagas and The Oath of the Vayuputras, The Trilogy is set in the imaginary land of Meluha and is based on the concept of Shiva being a warrior and not a God.