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Savitri (Amar Chitra Katha)
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Savitri Amar Chitra Katha Savitri was the beautiful and learned daughter of a king When she came of age many princes sought her hand in marriage but the king did not approve of any of them Then she started on her own in searc

  • Title: Savitri (Amar Chitra Katha)
  • Author: Anant Pai
  • ISBN: 9788175082670
  • Page: 426
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  • Savitri was the beautiful and learned daughter of a king When she came of age, many princes sought her hand in marriage but the king did not approve of any of them Then she started on her own in search of a husband Her choice fell on Satyavan, son of an exiled king It was then foretold that Satyavan had only a year to live Yet she did not relent Savitri and SatySavitri was the beautiful and learned daughter of a king When she came of age, many princes sought her hand in marriage but the king did not approve of any of them Then she started on her own in search of a husband Her choice fell on Satyavan, son of an exiled king It was then foretold that Satyavan had only a year to live Yet she did not relent Savitri and Satyavan were married and decided to live in the forest as hermits Savitri s devotion to her husband was exemplary When Yama, the God of Death, came to take Satyavan away on the appointed day, she was unafraid and refused to be parted Impressed by her devotion Yama granted life to Satyavan Traditionally, full moon day in the month of June is Savitri s day on which married women pray for the wellbeing of their husbands

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    1. Vaishali says:

      My all time favorite Amar Chitra Katha, and one I keep close by in my bedroom. Savitri is drawn so bewitchingly gorgeous; only an early 80's Rekha comes close. She has been my primer on classic Indian beauty since I was 7! Possibly the most feminist character we have in all of our great mythology.

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