Saraswati: The Goddess Saraswati is worshipped by Hindus as the Goddess of knowledge and wisdom, who emerged from Brahma's mind, while he was creating the Universe and assisted him in his great work. A part of the Trinity, with Lakshmi & Parvati, Goddess Saraswati is also considered as the mother of the Vedas, the holy scriptures of the Hindu Religion.
This book narrates the story of Goddess Saraswati, who makes Kumbhakarna, the brother of the demon King Ravana ask for 'Nidrasan' instead of 'Indrasan', by affecting his speech. Loaded with excellent colourful illustrations and equally interesting dialogues, this book is a 'must-read' to learn more about this Goddess.
This is part of the spectacular WILCO PICTURE LIBRARY (WPL), slated to be a 500 plus titles series, pioneering the innovative way of enlightening on various subjects in a fun-filled way via a comic format artwork, full of colourful illustrations along with simple but interesting narration and dialogues, thereby making story-telling an enjoyable experience.