Krishna Dharma began his writing career with a retelling of the ancient saga Ramayana (1998, Torchlight Publishing). Lauded as “a spellbinding adventure and a work of profound philosophy, offering answers to life’s deepest questions,” Ramayana is also a beautiful tale of romance and high adventure.
His novelization of the great spiritual epic Mahabharata followed in 1999, receiving high praise from literary critics everywhere. It has been called “very readable” by Library Journal, and “a well-wrought saga that will be appreciated by Western readers ... Highly recommended” by Midwest Book Review, while The Guardian described it as, “a marriage of Barbara Taylor Bradford and Arthur Hailey.”
Mahabharata introduces the rich cultural, spiritual, and historic legacy of India. It contains the great spiritual treatise, Bhagavad-gita, whose profound instructions are read daily by millions of people around the world.