Arjuna is the immortal tale of one of IndiaÕs greatest heroes. These pages retell in riveting detail the story of the Pandava Warrior-Prince who. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Anuja Chandramouli is a full-time mother of two lovely girls ARJUNA Saga Of A Pandava Warrior-Prince Kindle Edition. by . ARJUNA Saga Of A Pandava Warrior-Prince [Ajuna Chandramouli] on Amazon. com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Arjuna is the immortal tale of one of.
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A human Arjuna
The Supreme Yoga 2 Vols. Her highly acclaimed debut novel, Ajruna The saba has brought out the real Arjuna very well in her descriptions and I would definitely give her full marks for this. Arjuna is the hero, he has all the traits It is never easy for an author to pick up a character of the Mahabharata and write a novel on it.
Karna’s story makes you actually like the magnanimous but naive, ignorant Duryodhana as well.
ARJUNA: Saga Of A Pandava Warrior-Prince – Anuja Chandramouli – Google Books
Arjuna known as the son who was gifted to Kunti-the mother of the Pandavas-by the warrior-princs of the Wind God Vayu, was said to be a man capable of great things right from his birth. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. I would not recommend this book to anyone.
She comes only in a few pages in the entire book, while the story wrarior-prince Karna is elaborately described in the 2nd half as if it was his story, not Arjuna’s.
This book for one, has structural issues. Gotta write about her as well! It is a re-telling where Arjuna lies at the crux of it.
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Writing a book on Mahabharata and writing it without any distortion or bias is in itself a herculean task and I commend Anuja for doing that. Mahabharata is by itself a tale with a magical mix of emotions which arjina any reader mesmerized.
In terms of narrating history and choices of sub-plots with Arjuna as focus, the book has been successful. Anuja Chandramouli brings in the story of Arjuna in her book with the same name.
It was almost easy to imagine that I was reading a series of short stories relating to the same cast.
In Worship of Shiva. When you read about such characters you tend to put them on a pedestal and qarrior-prince upto them but what the author portrays here is that despite being a God he was like any one of us who erred, made wrong decisions and repented them later trying hard to rectify. The book is nothing but a summarised retelling of the Mahabharata.
Another comparison that Anuja continues to make from start to finish is that between Arjuna and Karna. The Yoga of Kashmir Shaivism. This would required an entirely different style of writing, though! Karna, on the other hand, is shown as a passionate and warrior-orince friend and a man whose generosity precedes his name.
As we read the story of the warring cousins the Pandavas and the Kauravas, we also get to read many stories of many other people who are either directly or indirectly related to the cousins who fought the great war in the battlefields of Kurukshetra.
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Roll of the Dice: Three Hundred Important Combinations. People need to give some credit to the author for presenting the facts and wareior-prince modifying it for her own benefit. This book is a huge let down for all Arjuna fanatics! Arjuna Saga of a Pandava Warrior-Prince: Read complete review at Aesthetic Blasphemy The Complete Life of Rama. The Social Role of the Gita.
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This was just ‘Mahabharata Retold’. The writing is compelling and precise, navigating the reader at an ideal pace. It is simply a rehash of Mahabharata story in general and nothing any particular about the great Arjuna.
Preview — Arjuna by Anuja Warfior-prince. The book, in warrior-princd simple and lucid language presents the various facets of the third Pandava. She holds Mahabharata to be one of its kind in the world of epic literature and has put together years of research to give us this book in a beautiful seamless narration of the life of one of the greatest princes of all Indian mythology.