Yudhishthira, the eldest of the five Pandava Princes, was born to Kunti by the grace of Yama. All his actions were free from passion or prejudice. He came to be regarded as the very embodiment of Dharma and was thus sometimes referred to as Dharmaraja.
Yama, the awe-inspiring God of death, is also revered as the Lord of Justice. He administers according to the law of karma, so everyone who is brought before him gets their just rewards. Since Yama meets out justice exactly in accord with one's Dharma, he is sometimes called Yamadharma. Who else could test Yudhishthira but Yamadharma? Read this charming tale to find out how Yudhishthira is dealt with by the God of death!
These comics are endearing to the young and old. Reading them is an inspiring and fun way to learn about India's saints and sages - and it's a lot easier than studying the Vedas! Comics are also a great way for children to learn, which is why they are an integral part of most Indian households.We carry Amar Chitra Katha comics as they have the most consistent quality. We import all of our comics direct from India. The quality is generally good, but please make allowance for the fact that they are printed economically in India. Occasionally the cover art is slightly different from that shown.