By A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami. Queen Kunti, a central figure of the explosive Mahabharata era, was trapped in a divisive political drama leading to a bloody war for the throne of India. In her sufferings she found an inner wisdom and strength that carried her people through times of crises. Her teachings are the outpourings of a great saintly woman, revealing the deepest transcendental emotions, philosophy, and theological insights. Softbound, 258 pp., index.