Arjuna: Saga Of A Pandava Warrior-Prince is about Arjuna, his life, achievements, challenges and thoughts and how his decisions affect the fate of the characters in the Mahabharata.
Summary Of The Book
Arjuna, the warrior prince, was born to a life of adventure, sacrifice, and betrayal. He wasn’t just the Pandava prince, his very existence marked out a path that held the epic of the Mahabharata together in timeless precision.
The story is ultimately a biopic of a god in a human garb and therefore inspires its wealth from that of life itself. His weaknesses, ambitions, and the deepest chambers of his thoughts are all explored in detail. For all those readers hoping to break through the multiple narratives that are hidden in the sweeping epic of the Mahabharata, Arjuna: Saga Of A Pandava Warrior-Prince works as a perfect opening to intimate readers into the world the prince was born into.
This copious work borne through the meticulous use of research is an eye opener in terms of Arjuna’s motivations and links together parts of the epic, some more known and others lost in a murky tide. His relationship with his brother Yudhisthira and the comfort he found in Lord Krishna is all explicated here.
The untimely death and the events that lead to the end of one of India’s beloved idols, the love of a serpent princess, and him becoming a eunuch is all clarified in this novel.
Arjuna: Saga Of A Pandava Warrior-Prince is both a meditative study of a hero as well as an exploration of the epic itself.
About Anuja Chandramouli
Anuja Chandramouli is a writer.
She is the writer of Arjuna: Saga of the Pandava Warrior-Prince.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a master’s degree in English. She currently works out of home as a columnist and e-reporter. She has been accredited with a number of articles that she writes on a freelance basis. Her articles have been featured in publications that include Lonely Planet, The Hindu, and Womens Era. She resides in Sivakasi, Tamil Nadu, with her husband and two daughters.
A heady brew.
10 Feb, 2013
25 Mar, 2013
grab a copy if u can....wont be dissapointd
31 Mar, 2013
Holds your attention from the first page - a very good read!
1 Apr, 2013
Excellent, Realistic portrayal of the kurus clan with all its pluses and more important it's minuses
13 Feb, 2013
A splendid effort for those who love Mahabharata
17 Apr, 2013
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26 Mar, 2013
In one word –BRILLIANT!!
25 Feb, 2013
An excellent read!
10 Mar, 2013