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|Publisher||Leadstart Publishing Pvt Ltd|
|Number of Pages||500 Pages|
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Dec 31, 2015
Dec 28, 2015
This i one of the finest retelling of Ravana in our time
Oct 11, 2015
stale western stereotypes on India
Jul 30, 2015
An unique interpretation of Ramayana
Jun 6, 2015
Krishnakumar T K
Jun 3, 2012
Asura - A different perspective on RamayanaI started reading this heavy book with little hesitancy as it was written by a debut writer. However, once I started the book, it didn't look like a book written by a new author. It is very fascinating book with good narration and correct usage of words. Mythology might not interest the current generation; however, the way this story was presented would definitely attract people of all generations.
Jun 30, 2012
Look at the other side of the moon.The author simply forgot about the symbolic values of Mythology and Epics. Mythologies and Epics don't express the truth directly.
Dec 31, 2012
This is not mythological...it's more that that!!!this book is not about some tales jotted from singing bards,...
Dec 6, 2012
Its not easy to take loser side. Loving Leadstart picks nowdays.It is good to have view based on written epic but to have an alternate view and depict in form where people can relate is amazing. Great job Anand.
Aug 5, 2012
A story of different hue
Jul 21, 2012
awesome bookone of the most beautifully written books...
Jul 21, 2012
Bhadra- An Asura's narration rules the book.First of all, i would like to confess that, though am an avid follower of the almighty but while reading the book and its logical interpretation of our culture i was considering turning myself an atheist :)
Feb 27, 2013
Interesting but sloggishThe book is surely interesting, as it gives the account of the Ramayana, from ravan's point of view, along with numerous side stories too, but if the book is read at one go, it seems drag and sloggish with waning interest. Word of advice will be to read the book at speeds of one or two chapters a day, this is a kind of book which will need u to assimilate and then continue. Happy reading!
Syam Sreenadh Yekula
Jan 26, 2013
Simply superbno words to express . after the shiva trilogy by amish tripti. anand neelkantan made it big .
Nov 15, 2012
Read with an open mindA brilliant narrative, especially because it shows both the good and the bad side of the protagonists, Ravana and Bhadra. Unlike the Ramayana which we have read since our childhood, the hero here is not someone who can be worshipped, but someone who you can relate with (even sympathise with). The chapters in the beginning might seem a little boring, especially as they do not belong to the Ramayana, but I would definitely urge the reader to stay with the author and let the drama unfold. The only reason I am giving this 1 star less than 5 is because I feel that Bhadra's life should not have been… (Expand)