In this captivating reimagining of the ancient Sanskrit epic, the Maha-bharata, Howard Resnick, a distinguished scholar and graduate of Harvard University, having received his PhD in Sanskrit and Indian Studies, breathes new life into the enchanting tale of the heroine Satya-vati. Hailing from a modest fishing village, Satya-vati embarks on a remarkable journey that includes thrilling adventures, a royal marriage, and a pivotal role in the salvation of the world.
The epic saga, Great Bharata, unfolds across multiple volumes, offering a spiritual tale that narrates the timeless stories from the Maha-bharata. This ancient Sanskrit epic is an extraordinary text that chronicles the ageless history of South Asia, the Earth, and the entire cosmos, seamlessly interweaving the realms of the earthly, cosmic, and spiritual in its narrative tapestry.
Diving into the series with its inaugural volume, "Great Bharata: The Invasion Begins," the spotlight is cast on Satya-vati, a compelling young protagonist whose life takes an adventurous turn. As her journey unfurls, Satya-vati confronts numerous challenges, ever rising to the occasion, and playing a key role in the genesis of the Kurukshetra War.