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About the Book:
The ajñātavāsa was one of the toughest periods for the Pandavas who had to work as servants in the court of king Virāṭa. The situational dynamics dictated that they had to remain docile and dormant in the face of admonishments. This book deals with the narrative of Virāṭa Parva written by sage Vyasa. It analyses how the great kings of the Kuru dynasty spent their time of adversity without transgressing Dharma.
The book dispels certain popular myths which have been created through translations and films, and which are far from the original version of the Veda Vyasa.
Since the ultimate objective of this book is to spread the message of Dharma, it will be sold as a gift pack to be distributed on all auspicious events.
About the Author:
Prof Karanam Nagarajarao is a retired Professor from Alliance University, Bangalore. He has completed his Masters both in Political Science and Sociology and has earned a PhD in Management from Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad. He has an Advanced Diploma in Vedanta from Chinmaya International Foundation, Kovida from Samskruta Bharathi, and a Yoga Diploma from S.Vyasa University, Bangalore.
He has published 60 articles in peer-reviewed journals, including European Case Centre and Sage Journals. He has two published books – Management Insights from Motivational Slokas and Business Ethics (Case lets), and they are available on Amazon.
His interests revolve around research in Itihasa literature, and his Mahabharata stories can be seen under his blog unclekatha.com. One can view his lectures both in English and Telugu on Youtube.