•In his nonfiction book Konark: Temple to the Sun, Nimmy Chacko examines the architectural and cultural importance of the Konark Sun Temple, which is situated in the Indian state of Odisha.
• This Amar chitra katha book is an interesting and educational read that gives readers a thorough history of the temple, its building, and the different stories and tales connected to it.
• One of the most well-known temples in India, the Konark Sun Temple is recognized for its beautiful architecture, complex sculptures, and extensive past. The temple, which honors the Hindu God Surya (the Sun God), was constructed in the 13th century by King Narasimhadeva I of the Eastern Ganga Dynasty.
• The amazing chariot-shaped construction of the temple, which is covered with elaborate carvings of Gods, Goddesses, and legendary animals, is one of the many architectural features that are explored in the book.
• The book also explores the many stories surrounding the temple, such as the ones about its construction in Surya's honor and its invasion by invaders and subsequent restoration by British archaeologists.
• The book also has lovely images and illustrations that contribute to its overall appeal and make it a book that both adults and children will enjoy reading.
• Amar Chitra Katha comics, a prominent publication house based in India, specializes in creating and distributing a vast array of comics and books deeply rooted in Indian culture, mythology, history, and folklore. Established in 1967 by Anant Pai, fondly known as the "Father of Indian Comics," Amar Chitra Katha book has become an integral part of Indian literary heritage.