The Mahabharata is the Bible of some hundred millions of Hindus. It is a Vasta repository of their traditional lore-religions philosophy legend.
But its bulk and the scattered nature of its contents make it difficult of reference. It has often been called a 'jungle' of information. The present Analysis supplies a much needed map of this jungle, and makes it easy to locate any incident, legend or doctrinal teaching of which one is in search. It should therefore be of great service to all who makes use of the great epic. Being a book of reference, it will be especially valuable in libraries.