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I was searching for a good comic book for my niece which would get her interested in reading. This comic did just that! Not only was she very excited after reading it, she has even asked me to get her more books. Mission accomplished!
I have seen this comic in Dimdima Children's Magazine, published by Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Mumbai. I missed many in-between issues of Dimdima Magazine and the continuity was broken. Though I missed many pages, I still got fascinated by this story and wanted to read it completely from the beginning. I was in search for this comic book at every Bookstore I visit, to buy a copy for my kids. No Luck till I found it in amazon.com accidentally. Thanks to Amrita Bharati and Amruta Comics for reproducing it in Kindle format. We all are enjoying it by reading it again and again.
This is a great blend of fiction and mythology. It really took me back to my childhood when I used to devoutly read each and every Amar Chitra Katha comics. The current trend of blending older fairy tales and creating a new genre that movies like Shrek pioneered has been very ably applied here. But ultimately, it was wholesome story-telling at its best.