Bound set of 3 comics includes the following titles:
- Sundari (810)
- Sharan Kaur (811)
- Satwant Kaur (812)
Sundari: When the powerful Nazir Khan saw Sundari, he was so struck by her beauty that he decided to marry her â€“ even though she was already married. He kidnapped her and carried her off. Desperate, Sundari built a pyre, and steeled herself to jump in. At the last moment, Sundari's brother, Balwant, came to rescue her. He took his sister to live with the Sikhs in the forest, as a warrior, sworn to protect the helpless. But Nazir Khan had not given up yet. He sent his men to find Sundari and bring her to him. This tale is a re-telling of Bhai Vir Singh's classic novel, Sundari.
Sharan Kaur: Sharni was going as a newly-wed bride to her husband's home when she was kidnapped by dacoits. Her husband, Bhimsen, fled in terror. He went to Maharaja Ranjit Singh's general, Hari Singh Nalwa, and asked him to rescue Sharni. Sharni was saved but she realised that she did not want to return to her life in the village. Instead, she asked to join Nalwa's Sikh company and serve with them. She was inducted, as Sharan Kaur. Sharan Kaur soon impressed Hari Singh with her intelligence and courage and he trained her as a spy. As a royal agent, Sharan adventured all over the countryside, collecting information to help her kingdom against invaders. The story of Sharan Kaur is taken from Bhai Vir Singh's novel about a woman spy in eighteenth century Punjab.
Satwant Kaur: Satwant's village in the Punjab was being attacked by Pathans (from modern-day Afghanistan). Nevertheless, when she found an injured Pathan, she took him home, where she and her parents tended him. The ungrateful man kidnapped her, and took her to Afghanistan. He sold her as a slave. Satwant continued to act with compassion and understanding, even to those who enslaved her. She soon befriended her new mistress. But even as she served faithfully, Satwant was determined to win her freedom and to somehow make her way back home. The story is a re-telling of Bhai Vir Singh's Punjabi novel, Satwant Kaur.