Seeds of War (The Lilboox Mahabharata Book 1)



The Epic Mahabharata As A Graphic Novel, Enriched With Many Maps This Book Is Best Enjoyed In A Color Kindle Device Or The Android App This Volume Covers The Origin Of The Kuru And Panchala Kingdoms, The Early History Of The Kuru Kings, And The Inspiring Story Of The River S Son In Kuru The Rivalry Between Cousins Takes An Ugly Turn, While In Panchala An Enraged King Seeks VengeanceSeeds of War (The Lilboox Mahabharata Book 1)

Somdip Datta combines his two interests comic books, and Indian literature into creating graphic novels for the digital age.He is an electrical engineer by education, with a B.Tech from I.I.T Kharagpur and a PhD from Princeton University He has been a quantitative strategist in wall street for the last 13 years.

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 111 pages
  • Seeds of War (The Lilboox Mahabharata Book 1)
  • Somdip Datta
  • 02 May 2018

10 thoughts on “Seeds of War (The Lilboox Mahabharata Book 1)

  1. says:

    AppraisingThe way it s been told was so appealing and worth of praise The facts that had been known to me were graphicsed so well, and the one that I do not know were apart from graphics explained in very simplistic manner Simplifying the Great Epic in such a simplified way would have been my long back desire to let this Epic understood by all with an ease, and here it has been done nicely Though it s in parts, it has created such an aura from its kind of book that I want not to stop till las AppraisingThe way it s been told was so appealing and worth of praise The facts that had been known to me were graphicsed so well, and the one that I do not know were apart from graphics explained in very simplistic manner Simplifying the Great Epic in such a simplified way would have been my long back desire to let this Epic understood by all with an ease, and here it has been done nicely Though it s in parts, it has created such an aura from its kind of book that I want not to stop till last.For me it s full on full, 5.0 5.0

  2. says:

    AwesomeIt s a Very very nice illustrated approach Wrote in very small words Pictures and illustrations are nice.everyone should give it a try It will not make you feel bad

  3. says:

    I liked the way the story was narrated with Maps Something unique that I have not seen what the other interpretations of the Mahabharata The graphics are simple but work well with the story Overall a nice read.

  4. says:

    Good work Easy and lovable story telling make the epic not only children friendly but also an interesting read for seniors well done

  5. says:

    I am not a big fan of Indian graphic novels, but I liked the narrative flow regarding to the plot and character transition Not so complicated dialogues with the fairly drawn illustrations made me complete the novel in no time.

  6. says:

    I liked the way you portrayed it in very words and pictures.The way you connected the picture and the text was fabulous, and it gave the best comical view.I would like you to search in castbox Mahabhartha audio books forsource of information for coming up volumes in the story.

  7. says:

    A new form of reading experienceThis is an illustrated book Good illustrations and storyline Not like a deep story book but few sentences over one page and filled with illustrations It will definitely be interesting to the readers I liked it I will recommend this book to anyone who has read Mahabharata story This book, filled with vector illustrations is a gem in themarketplace Must read and enjoy

  8. says:

    Refreshing take on historical mythsRefreshing take on historical myths.I like the graphics, playful yet serious The illustrations are nice Refreshing and easy read

  9. says:

    GoodGood I think drawing of this is good It is in form of illustrated edition Nice good to read short read

  10. says:

    Despite being Indian, I have yet to read the Indian epic Mahabharata in it s entirety This graphic novel served as a Mahabharata For Dummies as it included several maps and genealogy trees which helped me remember characters and events.This was a prologue to the actual war of the Mahabharata I ll be reading the sequel Ambition though am unsure if the series is complete.3 stars due to the simple and unremarkable art Despite being Indian, I have yet to read the Indian epic Mahabharata in it s entirety This graphic novel served as a Mahabharata For Dummies as it included several maps and genealogy trees which helped me remember characters and events.This was a prologue to the actual war of the Mahabharata I ll be reading the sequel Ambition though am unsure if the series is complete.3 stars due to the simple and unremarkable art

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