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Amar Chitra Katha
Publisher: India Book House. Country: India. Date: 1967- .

Shivaji (Amar Chitra Katha/India Book House Education Trust) (image)

Shivaji
by B. R. Bhagwat.
Edited by Anant Pai; Illustrated by Pratap Mulick.
Bombay, India Book House Education Trust, 1982
(Amar Chitra Katha series, No. 23).
Paperback. 32 pages. Comic book (cartoons) printed throughout in colour.


AMAR CHITRA KATHA (INDIA BOOK HOUSE)
Series Note:
Amar Chitra Katha (which translates into English as "Immortal Picture Stories") is a "visual representation" through colour comics of "Indian stories from the great epic, mythology, history, literature, oral folktales and many other sources" (source: Wikipedia).

Amar Chitra Katha is a cultural phenomenon in India and copies are to be found in most households. Titles are currently available in over 20 languages and the series has sold over 100 million copies.

Amar Chitra Katha was launched by India Book House of Bombay (Mumbai) and published by them until 2007 when ACK Media took over the publishing of the series.


Old Series (Nos. 11-436)


11. Krishna
12. Shakuntala
13. The Pandava Princes
14. Savitri
15. Rama
16. Nala Damayanti
17. Harischandra
18. The Sons of Rama
19. Hanuman
20. Mahabharata

21. Chanakya
22. Buddha
23. Shivaji
24. Rana Pratap
25. Prithviraj Chauhan
26. Karna
27. Kacha
28. Vikramaditya
29. Shiva Parvati
30. Vasavadatta

31. Sudama
32. Guru Gobind Singh
33. Harsha
34. Bheeshma
35. Abhimanyu
36. Mirabai
37. Ashoka
38. Prahlad
39. Panchatantra
40. Tanaji

41. Chhatrasal
42. Parashurama
43. Banda Bahadur
44. Padmini
45. Jataka Tales: Monkey Stories
46. Valmiki
47. Guru Nanak
48. Tarabai
49. Ranjit Singh
50. Ram Shastri

51. Rani of Jhansi
52. Uloopi
53. Baji Rao I
54. Chand Bibi
55. Kabir
56. Sher Shah
57. Drona
58. Surya (the sun god)
59. Urvashi (and Pururavas)
60. Adi Shankara

61. Ghatotkacha
62. Tulsidas
63. Sukanya
64. Durgadas
65. Aniruddha
66. Zarathushtra
67. The Lord of Lanka
68. Tukaram
69. Agastya
70. Vasantasena

71. Indra & Shachi
72. Draupadi
73. Subhadra
74. Ahilyabai Holkar
75. Tansen
76. Sundari
77. Subhas Chandra Bose
78. Shridatta
79. Jataka Tales: Deer Stories
80. Vishwamitra

81.
82. Mahavira
83. Vikramaditya's Throne
84. Bappa Rawal
85. Ayyappan
86. Ananda Math
87. Birbal the Just
88. Ganga
89. Ganesha
90. Chaitanya Mahaprabhu

91. Hitopadesha
92. Sakshi Gopal
93. Kannagi
94. Narsinh Mehta
95. Jasma of the Odes
96. Sharan Kaur
97. Chandrahasa
98. Pundalik and Sakhu (Sukh-Bai)
99. Raj Singh (Rajsimha, Rajasimha)
100. Purushottam Dev & Padmavati

101. Vali
102. Nagananda
103. Malavika
104. Rani Durgavati
105. Dasharatha
106. Rana Sanga
107. Pradyumna
108. Vidyasagar
109. Tachcholi Othenan
110. Sultana Razia

111. Sati and Shiva
112. Krishna & Rukmini
113. Raja Bhoja
114. Guru Tegh Bahadur
115. Pareekshit
116. Kadambari
117. Dhruva and Ashtavakra
118. King Kusha (and Jayampati)
119. Raja Raja Chola
120. Dayananda

121. Veer Dhaval
122. Ancestors of Rama
123. Ekanath
124. Satwant Kaur
125. Udayana
126. Jataka Tales: Elephant Stories
127. The Gita
128. Veer Hammir
129. Malati and Madhava
130. Garuda

131. Birbal the Wise
132. Ranak Devi
133. Maryada Rama
134. Babur
135. Devi Choudhurani
136. Rabindranath Tagore
137. Soordas
138. Panchatantra
139. Prince Hritadhwaja
140. Humayun

141. Prabhavati
142. Chandra Shekhar Azad
143. A Bag of Gold Goins
144. Purandara Dasa
145. Bhanumati
146. Vivekananda
147. Krishna & Jarasandha
148. Noor Jahan
149. Elephanta
150. Tales of Narada

151. Krishnadeva Raya
152. Birbal the Witty
153. Madhvacharya
154. Chandragupta Maurya
155. Jnaneshwar
156. Bagha Jatin
157. Manonmani
158. Angulimala
159. The Tiger & the Woodpecker
160. Tales of Vishnu

161. Amrapali and Upagupta
162. Yayati
163. Panchatantra
164. Tales of Shiva
165. King Shalivahana
166. The Rani of Kittur
167. Krishna & Narakasura
168. The Magic Grove
169. Lachit Barphukan
170. Indra & Vritra

171. Amar Singh Rathor
172. Krishna & the False Vaasudeva
173. Kochunni
174. Tales of Yudhishthira
175. Hari Singh Nalwa
176. Tales of Durga
177. Krishna & Shishupala
178. Raman of Tenali
179. Paurava & Alexander
180. Indra & Shibi

181. Guru Har Gobind
182. The Battle for Srinagar
183. Rana Kumbha
184. Aruni and Uttanka
185. Hitopadesha
186. Tiruppan and Kanakadasa
187. Tipu Sultan
188. Babasaheb Ambedkar
189. Thugsen
190. Kannappa

191. The King in a Parrot's Body
192. Ranadhira
193. Kapala Kundala
194. Gopal & the Cowherd (Krishna)
195. Jataka Tales
196. Hothal
197. The Rainbow Prince
198. Tales of Arjuna
199. Chandralalat
200. Akbar

201. Nachiketa
202. Kalidasa
203. Jayadratha
204. Shah Jahan
205. Ratnavali
206. Jayaprakash Narayan
207. Mahiravana
208. Jayadeva
209. Gandhari
210. Birbal the Clever

211. The Celestial Necklace
212. Basaveshwara
213. Velu Thampi
214. Bheema & Hanuman
215. Panna and Hadi Rani
216. Rani Abbakka
217. Sukhu & Dukhu
218. Jataka Tales
219. Lokmanya Tilak
220. Kumbhakarna

221. Jahangir
222. Samarth Ramdas
223. Baladitya & Yashodharma
224. Jataka Tales
225. Tales of Sai Baba
226. Raman the Matchless Wit
227. Sadhu Vaswani
228. Birbal to the Rescue
229. Shankar Dev
230. Hemu

231. Bahubali
232. Dara Shukoh & Aurangzeb
233. Panchatantra
234. Bhagat Singh
235. The Adventures of Agad Datta
236. Bahman Shah
237. Gopal the Jester
238. Friends and Foes
239. Hakka & Bukka
240. Sahasramalla

241. Balban
242. Panchatantra
243. Ramanuja
244. The Pandavas in Hiding
245. Tyagaraja
246. The Giant & the Dwarf
247. Jataka Tales
248. Bidhi Chand
249. The Learned Pandit
250. Sambhaji

251. Baddu & Chhotu
252. Karttikeya
253. The Golden Mongoose
254. Hanuman to the Rescue
255. Mystery of the Missing Gifts
256. Sakhi Sarwar
257. The Queen's Necklace
258. The Secret of the Talking Bird
259. The Miraculous Conch
260. Sri Ramakrishna

261. The Fool's Disciples
262. Rash Behari Bose
263. The Prince & the Magician
264. The Hidden Treasure
265. Echchama the Brave
266. Manduka - the lucky astrologer
267. The Pandit & the Milkmaid
268. Tales of Shivaji
269. Jataka Tales
270. The Tiger-Eater

271. Lal Bahadur Shastri
272. Andher Nagari
273. The Churning of the Ocean
274. Kesari, the flying thief
275. Subramania Bharati
276. Animal Tales from Arunachal Pradesh
277. Jataka Tales
278. Bimbisara
279. Jataka Tales: Bird Stories
280. Kumanan

281. Shunahshepa
282. The Taming of Gulla
283. Jagannatha of Puri
284. Albert Einstein
285. Joymati
286. Thanedar Hasan Askari
287. The Pious Cat & other tales
288. Bikal the Terrible and The Tiger-Tamers
289. The Elusive Kaka
290. Ramana Maharshi

291. The Prophecy
292. Chokha Mela
293. Beni Madho (and Pir Ali)
294. Durgesh Nandini
295. Guru Arjan
296. Mahamati Prannath
297. The Lost Prince
298. Damaji Pant and Narhari
299. The Silent Teacher
300. Delhi

301. Tripura
302. Dhola & Maru
303. Senapati Bapat
304. Doctor Kotnis in China
305. Ravana Humbled
306. The Story of a Scientist
307. The Bridegroom's Ring
308. Andhaka
309. Veer Savarkar in the Andamans
310. The True Conqueror

311. Kunwar Singh
312. Tales of Balarama
313. Shantala
314. The Acrobat
315. The Golden Sand (and The Mother)
316. The Parijata Tree
317. Annapati Suyya
318. The Cowherd of Alawi
319. Ashwins to the Rescue
320. Chandrapeeda

321. The Green Demon
322. Shrenik "and The Hidden Truth"
323. Samudra Gupta
324. Nahusha
326. Tales of Avvaiyaar
327. Tapati
328. Rajbala (and Ajit Singh) and Bir Singh and Sunderbai
329. Veda Vyasa
330. Vidyut Chora

331. Bheeshma's Vow
332. Birbal the Genius
333. The Advent of the Kuru Princes
334. Mangal Pande
335. The Pandavas at Hastinapura
336. The Fearless Boy
337. Enter Drona
338. The Legend of Lalitaditya
339. Enter Karna
340. The Making of a Swordsman

341. The Conspiracy
342. The Battle of Wits
343. The Escape
344. Deshbandhu Chittaranjan Das
345. Birth of Ghatotkacha
346. Legend of Maarthaanda Varma
347. The Pandavas at Ekachakra
348. March to Freedom 1
349. Enter Draupadi
350. Guru Ravidas

351. Draupadi's Swayamvara
352. The Adventures of Pratapan
353. The Pandavas recalled to Hastinapura
354. Sea Route to India
355. Arjuna's 12-year Exile
356. March to Freedom 2
357. A Hall for Yudhishthira
358. Jallianwalla Bagh
359. The Pandavas conquer the world
360. March to Freedom 3

361. Yudhishthira's Rajasooya Yajna
362. The Priceless Gem
363. Indraprastha Lost
364. Khudiram Bose
365. Pandavas in the Forest
366. Patali Putra
367. Arjuna's quest for weapons
368. The Nawab's Dream
369. Arjuna in Indraloka
370. Raja Desing

371. The Reunion
372. Panchatantra
373. Duryodhana Humbled
374. Hamsavali
375. The Twelfth Year
376. Lila & Chanesar
377. The Pandavas at Virata's Palace
378. Shringabhuja
379. Panic in the Kaurava Camp
380. Padmavati

381. Sanjaya's Mission
382. G. D. Birla
383. Duryodhana Refuses to Yield
384. Megasthenes
385. Krishna's Peace Mission
386. Fa Hien
387. The War Begins
388. Sundarasena
389. Bheeshma in Command
390. Hiuen Tsang

391. The Fall of Bheeshma
392. Tales from the Upanishads
393. Drona's Vow
394. Pulakeshi II
395. The Slaying of Abhimanyu
396. The Glory of the Rashtrakootas
397. Arjuna Fulfils his Vow
398. Chennamma of Keladi
399. The Battle at Midnight
400. The Deadly Feast

401. Ajatashatru
402. Karna in Command
403. Narayana Guru
404. The Kurus Routed
405. Prince Jivaka
406. After the War
407. Kohinoor
408. Yudhishthira's Coronation
409. The Ashwamedha Yajna
410. Kanwal & Kehar

411. The Celestial Reunion
412. Roopmati
413. Krishna, the Darling of Gokul
414. Mahatma Gandhi
415. Krishna, the Subduer of Kalia
416. Mahatma Gandhi
417. Krishna, the Upholder of Govardhana
418. The French Revolution
419. Krishna: Victory over Kamsa
420. Inimitable Birbal

421. Krishna, Lord of Dwaraka
422. Louis Pasteur
423. Krishna, the Enchanter
424. The Clever Dancer
425. Krishna, the Victorious
426. Jataka Tales: True Friends
427. Krishna, Ally of the Pandavas
428. Napoleon Bonaparte
429. Krishna, the Saviour
430. An Exciting Find

431. Jataka Tales
432. The Indus Valley Adventure
433. The Quick Witted Birbal
434. The Chosen Bridegroom
435. Pierre and Marie Curie
436. Jawaharlal Nehru






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