Travelogue: Mahishasur in Mahoba
The scope of the traditions related to Mahishasur is vast. There is a memorial of him in Bundelkhand, preserved by the Archaelogical Survey of India. Khajuraho’s world-famous temples also have carvings of Mahishasur. Pramod Ranjan writes about his travels. Read on
Is Mahishasur a myth?
In a short introduction to ‘Mahishasur: Mithak va Paramparayen’, Kanwal Bharti says three travelogues – Pramod Ranjan’s ‘Mahoba mein Mahishasur’, Nawal Kishore Kumar’s ‘Chhota Nagpur ke Asur’ and ‘Anil Varghese’s ‘Rajasthan se Karnatak via Maharashtra – Talaash Mahishasur ki’ – throw critical light on the topic. Forward Press will be publishing the English translation of the book soon