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Ajaya Duryodhana’s Mahabharata free read à PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ó Anand Neelakantan Anand Neelakantan ó 6 summary Roll of Dice and Rise of Kali of the Ajaya series now together in this special collector's editionTHE MAHABHARATA ENDURES AS THE GREAT EPIC OF INDIA Every Indian has grown up conditioned to the view that the Pandavas were virtuous and wronged; and the Kauravas were manipulative and evil On a visit to Malanada Temple Kerala national bestselling author of ASURA Anand Neelakantan discovered the temple deity to be none other than Duryodhanan the ostensible 'villain' of the Mahabharata This astonishing discovery prompted him to delve deep into the narrative of the. THE MAHABHARATA ENDURES AS THE GREAT EPIC OF INDIA But while Jaya is the story of the Pandavas told from the perspective of the victors of Kurukshetra Ajaya is the narrative of the unconuerable Kauravas who were decimated to the last manFrom 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 story goes thatAt the heart of India s most powerful empire a revolution is brewing Bhishma the noble patriarch of Hastinapura is struggling to maintain the unity of his empire On the throne sits Dhritarashtra the blind King and his foreign born ueen Gandhari In the shadow of the throne stands Kunti the Dowager ueen burning with ambition to see her firstborn become the ruler acknowledged by allAnd in the wings Parashurama the enigmatic Guru of the powerful Southern Confederate bides his time to take over and impose his will from mountains to ocean Ekalavya a young Nishada yearns to break free of caste restrictions and become a warrior Karna son of a humble charioteer travels to the South to study under the foremost Guru of the day and become the greatest archer in the land Balarama the charismatic leader of the Yadavas dreams of building the perfect city by the sea and seeing his people prosperous and proud once Takshaka guerilla leader of the Nagas foments a revolution by the downtrodden as he lies in wait in the jungles of India where survival is the only dharma Jara the beggar and his blind dog Dharma walk the dusty streets of India witness to people and events far greater than they as the Pandavas and the Kauravas confront their searing destiniesAmidst the chaos Prince Suyodhana heir of Hastinapura stands tall determined to claim his birthright and act according to his conscience He is the maker of his own destiny or so he believes While in the corridors of the Hastinapura palace a foreign Prince plots to destroy India And the dice falls THE DARK AGE OF KALI IS RISING and every man and woman must choose between duty and conscience honour and shame life and deathThe Pandavas banished to the forest following the disastrous games of dice return to Hastinapura Draupadi has vowed not to bind her hair till she washes it in the blood of the Kauravas Karna must choose between loyalty and gratitude friend and Guru Aswathama undertakes a perilous mission to the mountains of Gandhara in search of the Evil One Kunti must decide between her firstborn and her other sons Guru Drona has to stand with either his favourite disciple or his beloved sonBalarama having failed to convince his brother about the adharma of violence walks the streets of Bharatavarsha spreading the message of peace Ekalavya is called to make the ultimate sacrifice to uphold a woman s honour Jara the beggar sings of Krishna s love while his blind dog Dharma follows Shakuni can almost see the realization of his dream to destroy IndiaAs the Pandavas stake their 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 Humanization is the answerExpect riveting storylines and subplots from Ajaya it is Neelkantan s mastery of vocabulary and of the celestial language that keeps audiences enraptured Detailed descriptions of battle and violence while a natural aspect of this horror oriented tale are not for the faint of heart thoughAnand Neelkantan has been appreciated for his gripping and racy style of writing Each of his novels holds on to the reader s attention given the steady pace of his novels and the way he merges the real world with fantasy Readers find the characters relatable because while telling the stories of God he humanizes them in the most relevant way His in depth research on every character essentially the gods and goddesses we revere and the plots show in his every piece of work He oscillates between ostentatious language and simple presentation making his books attractive to read His narration is balanced and realistic with subtle social commentary Deviation and BeautificationAs the title suggests Neelkantan s newest offering uses the core myths around the Hindu evil Duryodhana to weave a fictional narrative The Kaurava story is a tough one because they are not straightforward evil like many others in the Pauranic pantheon There are different versions of their story found in the Ramayana the Mahabharata and the Puranas among other textsMany of these traits were carried forward in the Pauranic myths of the evils and are also faithfully represented in Neelkantan s version However the author deviates in several ways from the central myths and this is what makes it fiction Some of these deviations are clever and some seem unnecessary but he manages to hold the narrative together through it all It would be useful to recount the most popular versions of the core myths in order to compare the points of difference Fanciful inventions and stomach churning scenesIn fact Neelkantan dwells upon this dynamic so much that the supremely divine couple is reduced to an annoying duo next door But this is just an example of his overarching need to humanize both gods and asuras in his stories In doing so Neelkantan liberally alters the classical fates of these charactersWith fanciful inventions like these the author tries to make his characters relatable While the result is sometimes effective it also disappoints Perhaps readers want their heroes and villains to be larger than life and not petty suabblersThat s not to say Neelkantan cannot write big He is particularly skilled in painting stomach churning pictures of violence and war bordering on the crass Perhaps that is intended for murders by ghouls and goblins must sound different from man made deaths in his books The strength of the charactersThe characters of the book are an interesting bunch too Be it the charismatic suave and charming Suyodhana or his knowledgeable and revered Krishna be it the beautiful and courageous Draupadi or the evil Shakuni be it the all knowing and highly accomplished human god Krishna or the diabolical Bhisma all the characters are well developed and will leave a lasting impression on the minds of the readerIf I have to compare Neelkantan s writing to other popular authors in this genre I would say that he is a combination of Dan Brown and Shakespeare I am just surprised by the fact that it took him so long to realize his passion and get into fiction writing we surely were being denied of a very talented author all these years The freuent change in place and timeline works wonders towards keeping the interest of the reader alive The build up the storyline the tease all of it makes the book an absolute page turner and an un put down able read Entertainment and a Thrilling plotThe beauty of Neelkantan s writing lies in his intricately designed plots and diverse characters This is uite visible in Ajaya as well The freuent change in the locations of the narratives makes the book all the exciting and compellingIn my opinion the jaw dropping introduction of each new plot and character was the best part of the book Every single chapter created intrigue and each character was brought about as an unraveled mysteryThe entertainment factor of the book is spot on Throughout the course of the book there is always an excitement to get to the next page The fact that Neelkantan ends most of the chapters with sentences like below makes the book even exciting What he saw froze him to death His heart told him it was over Then he gasped when he realized who it was These sentences are meant to make sure that the reader s interest does not waver and I must say that s a fantastic way to keep the fire alive Considering everything that I have mentioned so far the book is an absolute winner when it comes to entertainment uotientWhat I absolutely loved in this book is its strong plot If there is one thing that appears to have taken a good amount of effort and thinking it is the plot The overall effect is pure entertainment In very simple terms there is never a dull moment in the book Not for one tiny second it loses its pace or assumes monotony For this I would definitely like to congratulate the author Powerful narration and amazing imaginationIn his remarkable speech at the burial of Julius Caesar Marc Antony starts by criticizing Caesar and praising Brutus but from the first word itself it is loaded with political shrewdness Anand Neelkantan is a brilliant writer In a country where English proficiency is euated with brilliance he often dazzles the middle class Indians with his esoteric English wordplay However possession of a good thesaurus and nimble fingers for tweeting are of not much help in navigating the complex jungle of Indian politics where ruthless beasts of greater shrewdness roam around It seems Neelkantan has decided to use his skills in writing to carve out space for himself in this teeming wilderness and perhaps become the lion king one dayOne must bow down before Neelkantan for his prowess in the powerful narration the best part of the book is its beauty in the emotions generated by the chapters and the gripping narrative I felt that the beauty of the language and simple yet lucid vocabulary of Neelkantan makes the book truly a masterpiece one cannot put down the book if you have started once although the book is of 900 pages you would at least seven days if you are a fast reader for completing the book for you are sometimes left boggled by some intense scenesFor the narration it is just mind boggling the way he captures each character and emotions in his pen would leave you enthralled you while reading the book go through a lot of fight scenes and neelkantan explains each as a fight master you would go mad by the intense and riveting fights and dialogues the characters are such well bound with the reader that you live through them throughout the book there is not even a single dull moment in the book that you can point out The Tale of Power and Dharma told with the best language He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster when you gaze long into the abyss the abyss also gazes into you Friedrich NietzscheAnand Neelkantan is a thesaurus of traditional mythology His latest novel Vanara is an engaging handbook on a character of Indian Mythology which is somewhat least popular His dedication to writing about someone whose journey is unknown to the masses speaks volume Amalgamating fiction with mythology and rendering the novel a modern look the author has done an applauding work He has offered both sacred stories in the form of short incidences and an intriguing perspective of various charactersOne of the aspects that would come to attention while reading this book is its language it s a double sided sword that can cut sharp into the readers I found two aspects with the language At one side each line is coiled and lengthy carrying heavy details and meaning On the other hand it is a beauty in words some of the lines have actually swooned worthy with its poetic uality The language is an art for this book It is a bit difficult but beautiful at the same time For me personally I absolutely loved the language It made all the difference for me in the bookThe other important aspect was the treatment of the plot It definitely wasn t a child s play and I absolutely adore the boldness and the creative risk the author had taken especially considering how sensitive and vulnerable religious aesthetics run in India I am pretty sure that there would be at least a small group of readers who would have their eyes bulging at the way the narration movies That is why I felt the book was amazing because the narration and the way the author decided to narrate the popular mythology is super impressive nevertheless a really bold step The Last AppraisalA dense web of characters unfolds the deceit that permeates every nook and alley of Ajaya and the storytelling is tight and fraught with intrigue Your interest never wanes You worry for the headstrong Suyodhana and your heart crumbles like a soggy cookie over the plight of the stoic Yudhisthira You loathe the sadistic Bhisma and smile sadly for Karna A chill runs down your spine over the mechanizations of Shakuni and others and fear lodges in your throat as the noblemen of other parts vie for power through dastardly deeds You worry for the love story between the rebellious Sushasana and the beautiful Bhanumati and fervently want their idealistic dreams to come true You get a giant knot in your throat over the plight of the poor and exploited in a land that claims to be just and generous to its subjectsAjaya is a tale told with masterful control over the narrative The pace never slackens and the story is never offered up at the altar of world building detailsAjaya is undoubtedly a compelling read it is one of those on the edge of your seat novels which keeps the reader hooked on right till the end I would therefore recommend it to all lovers of fiction Houses Divided up conditioned to the view that the Pandavas were virtuous and wronged; and the Kauravas were manipulative and evil On a visit to Malanada Temple Kerala national bestselling author of ASURA Anand Neelakantan discovered the temple deity to be none other than Duryodhanan the ostensible 'villain' of the Mahabharata This astonishing discovery prompted him to delve deep into the narrative of the. THE MAHABHARATA ENDURES AS THE GREAT EPIC OF INDIA But while Jaya is the story of the Pandavas told from the perspective of the victors of Kurukshetra Ajaya is the narrative of the Inheritance of Wealth unconuerable Kauravas who were decimated to the last manFrom the pen of the author who gave voice to Ravana in the national bestseller ASURA comes the riveting narrative which compels Inner Sound us to Best Kept Secrets uestion the truth behind the Mahabharata The story goes thatAt the heart of India s most powerful empire a revolution is brewing Bhishma the noble patriarch of Hastinapura is struggling to maintain the Irish vs Yankees unity of his empire On the throne sits Dhritarashtra the blind King and his foreign born Crash Into Me ueen Gandhari In the shadow of the throne stands Kunti the Dowager The Hidden Things ueen burning with ambition to see her firstborn become the ruler acknowledged by allAnd in the wings Parashurama the enigmatic Guru of the powerful Southern Confederate 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While in the corridors of the Hastinapura palace a foreign Prince plots to destroy India And the dice falls THE DARK AGE OF KALI IS RISING and every man and woman must choose between duty and conscience honour and shame life and deathThe Pandavas banished to the forest following the disastrous games of dice return to Hastinapura Draupadi has vowed not to bind her hair till she washes it in the blood of the Kauravas Karna must choose between loyalty and gratitude friend and Guru Aswathama Yellow Volume 4 undertakes a perilous mission to the mountains of Gandhara in search of the Evil One Kunti must decide between her firstborn and her other sons Guru Drona has to stand with either his favourite disciple or his beloved sonBalarama having failed to convince his brother about the adharma of violence walks the streets of Bharatavarsha spreading the message of peace Ekalavya is called to make the Campus Girl Claudette The ueen Bee ultimate sacrifice to Patterns of East Asian History uphold a woman s honour Jara the beggar sings of Krishna s love while his blind dog Dharma follows Shakuni can almost see the realization of his dream to destroy IndiaAs the Pandavas stake their 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 Pattern For Living unfolding disaster with deep foreboding And greedy merchants and Eu Fiscal Policy Coordination in Hard Times 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 Acute Pain Medicine unfold a far greater truth awaits Humanization is the answerExpect riveting storylines and subplots from Ajaya it is Neelkantan s mastery of vocabulary and of the celestial language that keeps audiences enraptured Detailed descriptions of battle and violence while a natural aspect of this horror oriented tale are not for the faint of heart thoughAnand Neelkantan has been appreciated for his gripping and racy style of writing Each of his novels holds on to the reader s attention given the steady pace of his novels and the way he merges the real world with fantasy Readers find the characters relatable because while telling the stories of God he humanizes them in the most relevant way His in depth research on every character essentially the gods and goddesses we revere and the plots show in his every piece of work He oscillates between ostentatious language and simple presentation making his books attractive to read His narration is balanced and realistic with subtle social commentary Deviation and BeautificationAs the title suggests Neelkantan s newest offering Nagarjunas Wisdom uses the core myths around the Hindu evil Duryodhana to weave a fictional narrative The Kaurava story is a tough one because they are not straightforward evil like many others in the Pauranic pantheon There are different versions of their story found in the Ramayana the Mahabharata and the Puranas among other textsMany of these traits were carried forward in the Pauranic myths of the evils and are also faithfully represented in Neelkantan s version However the author deviates in several ways from the central myths and this is what makes it fiction Some of these deviations are clever and some seem Filthy Material unnecessary but he manages to hold the narrative together through it all It would be Unlikely Match useful to recount the most popular versions of the core myths in order to compare the points of difference Fanciful inventions and stomach churning scenesIn fact Neelkantan dwells Mananatili Kitang Mahal upon this dynamic so much that the supremely divine couple is reduced to an annoying duo next door But this is just an example of his overarching need to humanize both gods and asuras in his stories In doing so Neelkantan liberally alters the classical fates of these charactersWith fanciful inventions like these the author tries to make his characters relatable While the result is sometimes effective it also disappoints Perhaps readers want their heroes and villains to be larger than life and not petty suabblersThat s not to say Neelkantan cannot write big He is particularly skilled in painting stomach churning pictures of violence and war bordering on the crass Perhaps that is intended for murders by ghouls and goblins must sound different from man made deaths in his books The strength of the charactersThe characters of the book are an interesting bunch too Be it the charismatic suave and charming Suyodhana or his knowledgeable and revered Krishna be it the beautiful and courageous Draupadi or the evil Shakuni be it the all knowing and highly accomplished human god Krishna or the diabolical Bhisma all the characters are well developed and will leave a lasting impression on the minds of the readerIf I have to compare Neelkantan s writing to other popular authors in this genre I would say that he is a combination of Dan Brown and Shakespeare I am just surprised by the fact that it took him so long to realize his passion and get into fiction writing we surely were being denied of a very talented author all these years The freuent change in place and timeline works wonders towards keeping the interest of the reader alive The build The Journal of Agricultural Science up the storyline the tease all of it makes the book an absolute page turner and an Angel Sanctuary. 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fantastic way to keep the fire alive Considering everything that I have mentioned so far the book is an absolute winner when it comes to entertainment Practicing for Heaven uotientWhat I absolutely loved in this book is its strong plot If there is one thing that appears to have taken a good amount of effort and thinking it is the plot The overall effect is pure entertainment In very simple terms there is never a dull moment in the book Not for one tiny second it loses its pace or assumes monotony For this I would definitely like to congratulate the author Powerful narration and amazing imaginationIn his remarkable speech at the burial of Julius Caesar Marc Antony starts by criticizing Caesar and praising Brutus but from the first word itself it is loaded with political shrewdness Anand Neelkantan is a brilliant writer In a country where English proficiency is euated with brilliance he often dazzles the middle class Indians with his esoteric English wordplay However possession of a good thesaurus and nimble fingers for tweeting are of not much help in navigating the complex jungle of Indian politics where ruthless beasts of greater shrewdness roam around It seems Neelkantan has decided to Raising Ourselves to the Bar Practical Advice and Encouragement for the Next Generation of Missionaries and Their Parents use his skills in writing to carve out space for himself in this teeming wilderness and perhaps become the lion king one dayOne must bow down before Neelkantan for his prowess in the powerful narration the best part of the book is its beauty in the emotions generated by the chapters and the gripping narrative I felt that the beauty of the language and simple yet lucid vocabulary of Neelkantan makes the book truly a masterpiece one cannot put down the book if you have started once although the book is of 900 pages you would at least seven days if you are a fast reader for completing the book for you are sometimes left boggled by some intense scenesFor the narration it is just mind boggling the way he captures each character and emotions in his pen would leave you enthralled you while reading the book go through a lot of fight scenes and neelkantan explains each as a fight master you would go mad by the intense and riveting fights and dialogues the characters are such well bound with the reader that you live through them throughout the book there is not even a single dull moment in the book that you can point out The Tale of Power and Dharma told with the best language He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster when you gaze long into the abyss the abyss also gazes into you Friedrich NietzscheAnand Neelkantan is a thesaurus of traditional mythology His latest novel Vanara is an engaging handbook on a character of Indian Mythology which is somewhat least popular His dedication to writing about someone whose journey is Looking For Something unknown to the masses speaks volume Amalgamating fiction with mythology and rendering the novel a modern look the author has done an applauding work He has offered both sacred stories in the form of short incidences and an intriguing perspective of various charactersOne of the aspects that would come to attention while reading this book is its language it s a double sided sword that can cut sharp into the readers I found two aspects with the language At one side each line is coiled and lengthy carrying heavy details and meaning On the other hand it is a beauty in words some of the lines have actually swooned worthy with its poetic Looking For Something uality The language is an art for this book It is a bit difficult but beautiful at the same time For me personally I absolutely loved the language It made all the difference for me in the bookThe other important aspect was the treatment of the plot It definitely wasn t a child s play and I absolutely adore the boldness and the creative risk the author had taken especially considering how sensitive and vulnerable religious aesthetics run in India I am pretty sure that there would be at least a small group of readers who would have their eyes bulging at the way the narration movies That is why I felt the book was amazing because the narration and the way the author decided to narrate the popular mythology is super impressive nevertheless a really bold step The Last AppraisalA dense web of characters Yiruma-The Best-Reminiscent Piano Solo unfolds the deceit that permeates every nook and alley of Ajaya and the storytelling is tight and fraught with intrigue Your interest never wanes You worry for the headstrong Suyodhana and your heart crumbles like a soggy cookie over the plight of the stoic Yudhisthira You loathe the sadistic Bhisma and smile sadly for Karna A chill runs down your spine over the mechanizations of Shakuni and others and fear lodges in your throat as the noblemen of other parts vie for power through dastardly deeds You worry for the love story between the rebellious Sushasana and the beautiful Bhanumati and fervently want their idealistic dreams to come true You get a giant knot in your throat over the plight of the poor and exploited in a land that claims to be just and generous to its subjectsAjaya is a tale told with masterful control over the narrative The pace never slackens and the story is never offered Dealing With Differences in Marriage up at the altar of world building detailsAjaya is Twelve Traps in Today's Marriage and How to Avoid Them undoubtedly a compelling read it is one of those on the edge of your seat novels which keeps the reader hooked on right till the end I would therefore recommend it to all lovers of fiction

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Ajaya Duryodhana’s Mahabharata free read à PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ó Anand Neelakantan Anand Neelakantan ó 6 summary Tinapura is struggling to maintain the unity of his empire On the throne sits Dhritarashtra the blind King and his foreign born ueen – Gandhari In the shadow of the throne stands Kunti the Dowager ueen burning with ambition to see her firstborn become the ruler acknowledged by all Amidst the chaos Prince Suyodhana heir of Hastinapura stands tall determined to claim his birthright and act according to his conscience He is the maker of his own destiny – or so he believes While in the corridors of the Hastinapura palace a foreign Prince plots to destroy India. A refreshing takeAmazing and beautifully written Gives a deep perspective into other side of story and pushes you to think beyond the conventional story Very thought provocative A must read for everyone One of the best reads I ve come across His Punishment unity of his empire On the throne sits Dhritarashtra the blind King and his foreign born Himig ng Sinag: Mga Piling Tula ueen – Gandhari In the shadow of the throne stands Kunti the Dowager The Test ueen burning with ambition to see her firstborn become the ruler acknowledged by all Amidst the chaos Prince Suyodhana heir of Hastinapura stands tall determined to claim his birthright and act according to his conscience He is the maker of his own destiny – or so he believes While in the corridors of the Hastinapura palace a foreign Prince plots to destroy India. A refreshing takeAmazing and beautifully written Gives a deep perspective into other side of story and pushes you to think beyond the conventional story Very thought provocative A must read for everyone One of the best reads I ve come across

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Ajaya Duryodhana’s Mahabharata free read à PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ó Anand Neelakantan Anand Neelakantan ó 6 summary Defeated Crown Prince of Hastinapura and the Kaurava clan Ajaya challenges established views and compels us to think again The book is all about the power of perception It retells with compelling credibility the epic events from Duryodhan's given name Suryodhana point of view While Jaya is the story of the Pandavas told from the perspective of the victors of Kurukshetra; Ajaya is the narrative of the 'unconuerable' Kauravas who were decimated to the last man At the heart of India's most powerful empire a revolution is brewing Bhishma the noble patriarch of Has. Vendetta of a crooked mastermind sakuni opportuning every chances and manipulating each one s egos to fulfill his ultimate goal The novel depicts the epic in a realistic form as to the gods asuras nagas strict implementation of chathur varnas by each brahmin preistupperclass though self doubting but clarified by their own understanding of vedas smrithies and scriptures to fulfill their own wishes The role played by each and their egos enslaving an unsuspecting populi and enacted on the historic play ground extending a few decades of Bharata until culmination of this life to the next a viciousvirtuous circleIt also discribes the futility of defining dharma adharma which is always cicumstancial to the times that is prevalent other than the traditional rigidity mostly implemented