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    Video Review Link job by Anand Neelakantan Ajaya Roll of The Dice Part 1 Rise of Kali Part 2 is an epic written by Anand Neelakantan which shows Mahabharata from Duryodhana's point of view I was unjust and hasty when I have written review of part 1 but I will correct my review as I have completed both the parts I will re write review for complete series AjayaFrom our childhood either we heard or watched On Doordarshan stories the Mahabharat

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    I have said it before and I will say it again It is always a refreshing experience to read Anand Neelakantan’s books I have been waiting for this book for around 8 months now and the author has made this book worth the waitThe second instalment starts with Draupadi being summoned after the Pandavas have lost her in a game of dice

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    I have always believed in the policy – if you don’t have anything nice to say don’t say anything at allSo when I did not uite like Amish’s Scion of IkshvakuI decided not to put down my reaction in words But Rise of Kali has ac

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    Anand Neelakantan's book starts with what seems like an apology for exploring the alternate POV It talks about Hinduism openness to ideas debates and discussions and uotes Bhagavad Gita of all things to let us know the position of t

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    I have desperately waited for than a year to read the concluding part of Ajaya The author himself was extremely tight lipped about the release date and it has finally come almost a year after it was originally slated for release Cons

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    The Rise of Kali raises the uestion why the history never considered the virtues of the vanuished Suryodhana was the voice of a castles societ

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    'Rise of Kali Duryodhana's Mahabharata' is the second book in the Ajaya series Aptly titled 'Ajaya' the series is Anand Neelakantan's counterpoint to the traditional rendition of the Mahabharata or Jaya which casts the Pandavas in a victorious as well as righteous lightIn Ajaya Neelakantan establishes the reason

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    I received a signed copy of this book for free through Goodreads First Reads The views expressed here are my own and unbiased3 starsThe blurb sounded so promisingThe author has turned such a great epic into a horrid RetellingThe story started with Draupadi being dragged from her chambers to the sabha where the unspeakable cheerharan takes

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    This book begins from the most infamous and the most poignant chapter of Mahabharata The dice game in which Pandavas' lose their entire wealth kingdom and eventually they end up losing their wife by gambling over a

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    i had already read ajaya I and was waiting for part II for a long time it does not fail to disappoint the book is gripping unputdownable read only thing is that the story appears to travel very fast the author could have opted for two volumes on the whole i am very impressed with anand neelakantan's reinterpretation of the ithihasa my knowledge of the mahabharata is uite good and i can say that anand's version is not only plausible but al

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O Karna must choose between loyalty and gratitude friend and Guru o Aswathama undertakes a perilous mission to the mountains of Gandhara in search of the Evil One o Kunti must decide between her firstborn and her other sons o Guru Drona has to stand with either his favourite disciple or his beloved son o Balarama having failed to convince his brother about the adharma of violence walks the streets of Bharatavarsha spreading the message of peace o Ekalavya is called to make the ultimate sacrifice to uphold a woman’s honour o Jara the beggar sings of Krishna’s love while his blind dog Dharma follows o Shakuni can almost see the realization of his dream to destroy India As the Pandavas stake their The Rise of Kali raises the uestion why the history never considered the virtues of the vanuished Suryodhana was the voice of a castles society which weighed the individual with merits He accepted Karna the son of a charioteer and offered him his eternal friendship He did not ask Yudhishtira to pawn his wife on the dice games He didn t do anything against Dharma in the war Still he is the chief antagonistRise of Kali is the search through the mind of the greatest villain ever portrayed in our Epics The war which was forced upon men by the tactful manipulation of Dharma and Adharma When Bhishma was unarmed he was killed by Arjuna Guru Drona was cheated and killed When Karna was unarmed he was killed by Arjuna Suyodhana himself was killed against the rules of the war by Bhima And I wonder who was on the path of DharmaIt was a mesmerising feeling when I read the conversation between Balarama and Krishna where Balarama is trying to convince his younger brother about the futility of warKrisha Says to his elder brother that the wise do not grieve for the dead nor love the living The souls is immortal and pervades the entire universe The soul has no death and birth and that the soul discards the body as we throw away soiled clothes and so on To this Balarama replies that to a mother who has lost a child What you say is merely an intellectual exercise It does not solve anything but acts as an excuse for violence There are so wordily duals like this throughout the book It is as if the writer is asking these uestions to himself and trying to fathom the justificationsThe virtues of Suyodhana and Karna were lost in transition somewhere down the lines and now this work compel the reader to think deeper and raise uestions in the reader s mind Even the Dharma and Adharma is relative in their sensesA must read to see the other side where everyone forgot the virtues of the so called villainsBhanumati wife of Suyodhan says him that he will be painted as the greatest villain who ever lived if he loses the war to which he answers calmly that fear of posterity cannot prevent me from doing what I know to be right Yes He meant it Paragon Walk (Charlotte & Thomas Pitt, undertakes a perilous mission to the mountains of Gandhara in search of the Evil One o Kunti must decide between 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Claim to the Hastinapura throne the Kaurava Crown Prince Suyodhana rises to challenge Krishna As great minds debate dharma and adharma power hungry men prepare for an apocalyptic war The women highborn and humble helplessly watch the unfolding disaster with deep foreboding And greedy merchants and unscrupulous priests lie in wait like vultures Both sides know that beyond the agony and carnage the winner will take all But even as gods conspire and men’s destinies unfold a far greater truth awaits One of the six most remarkable writers of India DNA An Amazing read The WEEK Uniue voice of a rebellious author telling the story from the other side a feat a few have dared or managed so well Bihar Time This book begins from the most infamous and the most poignant chapter of Mahabharata The dice game in which Pandavas lose their entire wealth kingdom and eventually they end up losing their wife by gambling over a dice game orchestrated by Shakuni who was playing on behalf of the Kauravas If this situation would have been handled in a respectable manner by the Kauravas probably the entire Kurukshetra war could have been avoidedThe prime highlight of this book has to be the situations in which characters find themselves and how do they react to those situations Their decisions are based on their past influence manoeuvring and manipulation by other characters Vulnerability and indecisiveness of characters and the sinister plans of some of the characters is exposed to the reader with great panache and skill Read a detailed post about this book on my blog Engendering Song unfolding disaster with deep foreboding And greedy merchants and Listening Woman by Tony Hillerman Summary & Study Guide unscrupulous priests lie in wait like vultures Both sides know that beyond the agony and carnage the winner will take all But even as gods conspire and men’s destinies The White Nights of Ramadan unfold a far greater truth awaits One of the six most remarkable writers of India DNA An Amazing read The WEEK Uniue voice of a rebellious author telling the story from the other side a feat a few have dared or managed so well Bihar Time This book begins from the most infamous and the most poignant chapter of Mahabharata The dice game in which Pandavas lose their entire wealth kingdom and eventually they end Beyond the Pale up losing their wife by gambling over a dice game orchestrated by Shakuni who was playing on behalf of the Kauravas If this situation would have been handled in a respectable manner by the Kauravas probably the entire Kurukshetra war could have been avoidedThe prime highlight of this book has to be the situations in which characters find themselves and how do they react to those situations Their decisions are based on their past influence manoeuvring and manipulation by other characters Vulnerability and indecisiveness of characters and the sinister plans of some of the characters is exposed to the reader with great panache and skill Read a detailed post about this book on my blog

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THE MAHABHARATA ENDURES AS THE GREAT EPIC OF INDIA While Jaya is the story of the Pandavas told from the perspective of the victors of Kurukshetra Ajaya is the tale of the Kauravas who were decimated to the last man From the pen of the author who gave voice to Ravana in the national bestseller ASURA comes the riveting narrative which compels us to uestion the truth behind the Mahabharata THE DARK AGE OF KALI IS RISING and every man and woman must choose between duty and conscience honour and shame life and death o The Pandavas banished to the forest following the disastrous games of dice return to Hastinapura o Draupadi has vowed not to bind her hair till she washes it in the blood of the Kauravas Video Review Link job by Anand Neelakantan Ajaya Roll of The Dice Part 1 Rise of Kali Part 2 is an epic written by Anand Neelakantan which shows Mahabharata from Duryodhana s point of view I was unjust and hasty when I have written review of part 1 but I will correct my review as I have completed both the parts I will re write review for complete series AjayaFrom our childhood either we heard or watched On Doordarshan stories the Mahabharata We accepted Pandavas and Krishna as hero We accepted all loopholes in stories that came to our mind as divine intervention Except Karna We always imagined Suyodhana Sushashana Ashwathama as wrong doers We never thought what could be the reason behind Bhishma Drona Kripa Narayani Sena and other nobles support for Suyodhana in his struggle against Pandavas We accepted available Mahabharata as recited by Ved Vyasa in front of Vaisampayana but what if it was altered by the time it reached to us what if Mahabharata as we know today is completely different from what it was actualy It is winner who chooses what will go down to history Neither Duryodhana nor his supporters won to continue his side of story Anand has wonderfully portrayed how Duryodhana would be if his struggle for kingship was righteousDetailed Review Link