A Young man wanders into a village to find that pandemonium prevails among the men working in the fields because of a demon! His curiosity aroused, the man asks about the demon and is amused to realize that the demon is merely a watermelon.
When he tries to prove this to the disbelieving men, they turn on him, accusing him of being more wicked than a demon.
This collection of Sufi takes mines human superstition and foolishness for a wise and richly comic look at the world around us. Sufism is a branch of Islam that seeks to discover the inner mystical aspects of religion. A Sufi teacher teaches his student not what to learn but how to learn, by examining himself and his fellow human beings.
“Amar chitra Kathas are a glorious tribute to India’s rich cultural heritage. Theses books have been an integral part of my children’s early years, as they have been for many other families across India. Comics are a great way of reaching out to children, inculcating reading habits and driving their quest to learn more about our roots.”
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