Arjuna Saga of a Pandava Warrior-Prince: 1 is the story of an epic warrior prince from the Mahabharata. Arjuna, the archer genius of the Pandavas, whose. 15 Dec 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. ‘Arjuna – Saga of the Pandava Warrior Prince’ is the debut novel from Anuja Chandramouli. Out of her deep love for the epic of Mahabharata, Anuja decided to.

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I felt like Draupadi was inserted in the storyline in a very haphazard manner because the author remembered “Oh! The writing is also verbose and packed with adjectives that make for a mouthful but don’t in any way add to the narrative. The Saga of a Pandava Warrior-Prince. Having heard Mahabharata stories from my grandparents, parents and uncles and having watched it as a kid on TV, I was always drawn towards the epic and the essence it tries to tell us.

Saga of a Pandava Warrior-Prince, was named by Amazon India as one of the top 5 books in the Indian Writing category for the year Sold by a-Muse and ships from Paandava Fulfillment. I was contacted by the author, herself, for reviewing her book.

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Get to Know Us. Arjuna is the hero, he has all the traits It is never easy for an author to pick waarrior-prince a character of the Mahabharata and write a novel on it. She goes back and forth in her narration trying to give reasons and logic behind incidents and behaviours making it one enticing read. How to write a great review.


I liked how the author didn’t make him completely idealistic and fault-less honestly, I expected it that way for some reason On many occasions, his faults were highlighted with the The most important thing about my reviews of any book is having felt satisfaction after reading the last word.

It could had been a brighter book, had the author tried more to prod into the psyche of Arjuna and retold everything through his emotions rather than retelling what is well known.

Oct 08, Anshul Thakur rated it it was ok. Author does not enmesh her fantasy into the basic plot, nor does she try to add more spice 3.

When Arjuna hits Duryodhan in his nails in the battle, he ‘cries like a girl’. He is fiercely competitive and a tad too proud. Sound The Extinction Odyssey Book 1. And not a single one do I tire of. His strengths, weaknesses and loves have been explained aa.

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The story starts with the birth of Arjuna, pajdava boon arjjna the Wind God to Kunti and tells us about the childhood of Arjuna, his escapades as a talented marksmen and the adventures that ensues amongst the Pandava brothers. In a way, the Mahabharatha is all about cause and effect. The book ends on an eventuality, and yet there is an endearing touch to it. The more I inclined my self towards Kauravas for I have read the Ajaya by Anand Neelakantan, the more this book made me question my choice.

Surprisingly, I did not feel anything while reading this. Let me first and foremost congratulate the author Anuja Chandramouli on this remarkable writing.


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The auspicious omen that surrounded his birth and the foretold future that destined for a greatness and heroism, all of these is told beautifully in this book.

August 03, I would recommend this book to anyone who pandavw a good hero tale!

The sheer amount of conflicts, latent themes and contradictions engage your mind in constant debate. Write a customer review. Buy the selected items together This item: Right since the childhood of an Indian few epic characters are so powerfully earmarked in his mind that they never go off right through his entire lifecycle.

This is what makes this book stand szga from the modern novels, but I am afraid, also makes it the old story retold. The book is well written, the language and presentation being simple.

Other than few notions of Arjuna – his arrogance that humanizes him, his mild indignation at what he thinks is Bhima’s naivety and lastly, his belated realisation of everlasting love for Draupadi – Arjuna remains same character that we sagz him. But then, as I clarified, it is not really a perspective book. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here