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Product Description for Asura, Ajaya, Arjuna & Marvels and Mysteries of the Mahabharata Combo Offer

Four epic books of fascinating facts of Indian mythology. Ajaya – The Mahabharata from the Kauravas point of view, Asura – The Ramayana from Ravanas point of view, Arjuna – The saga of the Pandava Warrior-Prince & Marvels & Mysteries of the Mahabharata -Astonishing truths about Mahabharata. All Bestsellers from Leadstart Publishing. Asura: Tale Of The Vanquished, available in paperback, is a novel which narrates the epic tale of Ramayana from Ravan’s and Bhadra’s point of view. This book has tried to break out of the monotony of narrating stories from the victor’s perspective.
The story is a combination of history, religion and mythology. Ajaya – Epic of The Kaurava Clan is a retelling of the story of the great epic Mahabharata. The epic itself is built on an exciting plot that has interesting sub plots and leaves much opportunity for research and introspection. Anand Neelkanthan uses the tool of subversion for his new perspective. Here, the Kauravas become the protagonists and the story is told from their point of view. Duryodhan is named as Suyodhan. Arjuna is the immortal tale of one of India’s greatest heroes. These pages retell in riveting detail the story of the Pandava Warrior-Prince who has captured the imagination of millions across centuries.
This is the intense and human story of his loves, friendship, ambitions, weaknesses and follies, as well as his untimely death and revival, his stint as a eunuch, and the innermost reaches of his thoughts. Marvels and Mysteries, with its lucid and engaging narrative, seeks to unravel some of its enigmas: the characters of Vyasa, Krshna, Yudhishthira, Arjuna, and Draupadi; aspects of the Mahabharatha’s historicity; its medley of interpretations; the stupendous text-critical project to sift its perceived accretions; its inter-relationship with the Ramayana and other epics; and its universal relevance brought home through a series of trans-cultural comparisons.
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