Mahishasur symbolizes love and justice

‘Mahishasur: Mithak aur Paramparaye’ (Mahishasur: Myth and Traditions) presents the various dimensions of the Mahishasur movement and discourse. Author and journalist Ramkishore writes in a review of the book, published in the Hindi daily ‘Dainik Jagran’, that Mahishasur is reality and not a product of imagination. He urges readers to see Mahishasur as a symbol of love

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