Yes, you are reading right, top five books on Hindu mythology, in this article we will see the list of top five books.Hindu folklore is loaded with stories, the vast majority of which are captivating. There are divine beings, offspring of divine beings, spouses, divine forces, and there is an enchantment. Add to that, that the best stories are made when certainties converge with creative energy, abandoning us with history, folklore and an energizing story.

Much the same as these 5 books motivated from the lives of our divine beings, however, contorted in a way that will shout to you to add them to your perusing list. So without wasting time lets get started.


TOP 5 ~ Myth= Mithya: A Handbook of Hindu Mythology  by Devdutta Pattanaik

Dr Devdutt Pattanaik searches for answers and translates the current conundrums and realities about existence and demise, nature and culture, and flawlessness and probability. He describes hallowed Hindu stories, images and customs utilizing outline and graphs. The peruser finds why the wretched Kauravas went to paradise and the highminded Pandavas (all with the exception of Yudhishthira) were sent to heck, why Rama, in spite of relinquishing the guiltless Sita, remains the model lord, and why Shiva tweaked off the fifth head of Brahma.

TOP 4 ~ The Krishna Key by Ashwin Sanghi  

Five thousand years back, there went to the earth a supernatural and secretive being called Krishna, who did marvels for the advancement of mankind. Humankind troubled of its destiny without the Blue God, yet was consoled that he would return in another symbol when the need emerges, which is in the inevitable Dark Age—the Kaliyug. The Krishna Key is a book of a kid who grows up trusting that he is the last symbol of this god.

TOP 3 ~ The Pregnant King by Devdutt Pattanaik 

There are numerous characters in the Mahabharata that are scarcely talked about. One such character is Shilavati, who can't be a lord since she's a lady. The Pregnant Lord is her story.

TOP 2 ~ Karna’s wife: The Outcast's Queen by Kavita Kane 

The Outcast's Queen, tells the story of Karna, who is regularly called the unsung legend of the Mahabharata, through the eyes of his significant other Uruvi. The story of Uruvi and Karna unravels against the background of the unpleasantness between the Pandavas and the Kauravas. As events develop prompting the considerable war of the Mahabharata, Uruvi witnesses everything.

TOP 1 ~ The Palace of Illusions by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni 

The Palace of Illusions takes us to a land that is part history, part legend however completely supernatural. Described by Panchaali, the spouse of the incredible Pandava brothers in the Mahabharata, the novel gives us a completely new elucidation of the best epic ever.

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