The final battle
Camilla and the warrior maidens
A duel with spears
Pitched battle at the trojan camp — stay far away from Turnus
If you must go to war, get the gods on your side
A marriage proposal incites a war
A visit to the underworld to meet a father's ghost
A day of memorial games ends in fire
The Trojan horse, and the fall of the city of Troy
The passionate love, and furious death of queen Dido
Escape from Troy, a meeting with a ghost, a six-headed monster, and a prophesy.
A storm at sea, and the fury of a goddess
Meet Gilgamesh, two-thirds god and one-third man.
The history of the Bhargava race of men and the story of Ruru and the snake.
The stories of Janamejaya, Aruni, Upamanyu, Utanka, Paushya and sage Dhaumya
The Sangraha Parva is the second chapter of the Adi Parva, the first book in the Mahābhārata, and acts an index of the events that will unfold over the next 17 chapters.
In this world, when it was destitute of brightness and light, and enveloped all around in total darkness, there came into being, as the primal cause of creation, a mighty egg.
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