Ashtavakra Mahagita

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M. I. Rajasve: Awarded by Uttar Pradesh Hindi Sansthan Born on 2 June 1967 in Lank village, Shamli district, Uttar Pradesh, M. I. Rajasve started writing during his school life. His first story ‘Pratishodh Ki Jwala’, which was later titled ‘Aag Ka Dariya’, was published in several magazines. M. I. Rajasve has done his Masters in History. He has great interest in India’s past and it’s cultural and historical heritage. Around 70 of his 100 books are based on historical background, characters, and events. An earnest journalist, his writings involve philosophical analysis, deep thinking, and rational assessment. Rajasve has worked as an editor for the magazines Grihshobha, Shubh India, and Haryana Heritage and has also edited several prestigious publications of the country. He has been awarded the Pandey Bechan Sharma Ugra Award by the Uttar Pradesh Hindi Sansthan for the year 2017.


  • Language: Hindi
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher:  Prakash Books
  • Genre:  Philosophy
  • ISBN: 9789354401374
  • Pages: 400
SKU: 9789354401374 Category:

How long will it take to attain knowledge? The time the horse takes to race. King Janak prayed to Ashtavakra, a great sage of his time, to impart knowledge to him. The prayer was answered. All that king Janak asked, all the questions plaguing his mind, were given simple, clear, and compendious answers. This meaningful dialogue between sage and pupil is called the Ashtavakra mahagita, a sacred text cherished by many, filled with boundless wisdom.

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Weight 0.4 kg
Dimensions 20 × 12 × 5 cm

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