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Pirate troubles. Revolution comes home. Death of a revolutionary. The untouchable king.

Asura:Tale Of The Vanquished: The Story Of Ravana And His People

An asura princess. The time has come. Return of the Asura Princess. The police station. Messenger of death. Let my city burn. Messenger of peace. War without ethics. Victors and their ways.

Life sprouts again. Childish dreams.

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Located east of mainland Ernakulam, across Vembanad Lake, this village had the distinction of being the seat of the Cochin royal family. However, it was more famous for its hundred odd temples; the various classical artists it produced and its music school. I remember many an evening listening to the faint rhythm of Chendas from the temples and the notes of the flute escaping over the rugged walls of the school of music. Gulf money and the rapidly expanding city of Cochin have, however, wiped away all remaining vestiges of that old world charm.

The village has evolved into the usual, unremarkable, suburban hell hole, clones of which dot India.

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Growing up in a village with more temples than was necessary, it was no wonder that the Ramayana fascinated me. Enough said for this grammatical aspects. Writing Style: This must and should be mentioned without fail. As I read through the novel, Author depicted Ravana as a fickle minded person, who is not sure of what was going around him.

And, author let Ravana continue in that stage throughout the novel.

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Poor Ravana, I thought, he is schizophrenic. Later, realized, it is the author, who is not capable of maintaining the order while writing the events. At times Ravana seems to be happy and content, and in split seconds, he is sad or angry. In one of the chapters, Ravana is holding his Prime Minister Prahasta's dead body and utters something "I always loved you and want to scream to the world that, you are one of the nicest persons I have ever met" and in next sentence "But, I didn't liked the advices you were bestowing upon me, hence, I would hate you for that".

From love to hatred in just 4 sentences???!!!.

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Common man, I do not have time for this fickle trail of words from you. Protagonists: The story unfolds between 2 main protagonists. Bhadra, the self proclaimed, close aide of Ravana, who sprung into action from nowhere. And, the main protagonist Ravana.


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Bhadra a close aide of Ravana, or, that's what he thinks. He comes from nowhere in the novel and declares his unconditional support to Ravana. I never seen a disgusting character as Bhadra's. He is a spineless, jobless, character less, drunkard who always finds himself in ditch. Any story narrated by him has the final ending of seeing him in a nearby ditch. But, why??. Author had to explain to us. Bhadra's version of story is truly disappointing, he always finds himself in mess, his thoughts runs like a gutter water, he has no clue what was going around him, neither author helps him to regain his lost glory.

Bhadra has a wife and daughter, who never appears in the novel, rather he wanders wagging his tails before ravana, he do not have a purpose in life, he was used as a mere pawn by Ravana or he gets this opportunity himself??. Sometimes he loves Ravana, he does anything to gain Ravana's trust, he kills Ravana's sister Soorpanakhi's lover, he poisons Kubera's entire army, but still he was not recognized by Ravana, why?? Why we have to bear so much confusion is one single character??. Ravana is as confused as Bhadra or rather more.


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  • He has no clue what was happening and why was happening. All he wanted was to becomes the king of Asura empire. Author had miraculously wiped off all the values that many people have kept on several mythological characters. Brahma becomes the Asura teacher, Shiva becomes the Asura god and Vishnu is a bad ass. All his life, Ravana thought Devas as bad, Brahmins are bad. But surely its again no Whining of the loser I started reading this heavy book with little hesitancy as it was written by a debut writer. However, once I started the book, it didn't look like a book written by a new author.

    It is very fascinating book with good narration and correct usage of words. Mythology might not interest the current generation; however, the way this story was presented would definitely attract people of all generations. In the past a lot of people have attempted to write stories on Ravana, the villain of Ramayana, the great epic of Hindus. However, all of them have attempted to portray Ravana as a real hero … Krishnakumar T K. Since birth, we have heard the Ramayana and we believe that only to be true But its just a half story or one side of the coin Other part is unreveled!

    But hats off to author!! He has tried the best to make us believe that Ravana was not as bad as he was portrayed.. What is the meaning of Dasamukha is superbly narrated here!