Amar Chitra Katha  - Folktales and Legends
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Sakshi Gopal
Sakshi Gopal
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Script : Manoj Das 

ISBN : 81-7508-317-4 

Vol. No : 706 

Not far from Puri in Orissa stands the famed temple of Sakshi Gopal. Although centuries have gone by, the legend that gave the deity, Lord Krishna, this name is still popular - not only in the states of Orissa and Andhra Pradesh, but in other parts of our country as well.The hero of this story is the honest Mahindra who loves Vasanti, a girl of his own village. But he was a destitute orphan, and Vasanti’s father, Raghav, was avaricious. The disappointed Mahindra soon departs to seek his livelihood in the temple town of Gopalji. Fate places Raghav in a situation from which Mahindra rescues him, and greatly pleased, Raghav promises Mahindra his daughter’s hand in marriage. The only witness to this is the deity, Gopalji, as the promise is made in front of his temple.Once he is safely back in his village, however, Raghav does not take into account this “witness”, and denies the promise to our hero. Alone and forlorn, Mahindra implores the deity to testify that Vasanti had indeed been promised to him. How the deity came to his rescue and helped him win his bride is the legend colourfully retold in our Amar Chitra Katha. 


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| | Amar Chitra Katha | | Folktales and Legends | |
|| The Adventures of Baddu and Chhotu || Tales of Maryada Rama || Sakshi Gopal || Raman the Matchless Wit ||
|| Inimitable Birbal || Gopal the Jester || Gopal and the Cowherd || Chandralalat || Birbal to the Rescue || Birbal the Witty || 
|| Birbal the Wise || Birbal the Just || Birbal the Genius || Birbal the Clever || Bikal the Terrible || A Bag of Gold Coins || 
|| The Tiger Eater || The Tiger and the Woodpecker || The Pandit and the Milkmaid || The Learned Pandit || The Fool's Disciples ||
|| Raman of Tenali ||