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Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Krishna Udayasankar is a graduate of the National Law Govinda (The Aryavarta Chronicles Book 1) Kindle Edition. by. He may well be the greatest danger Aryavarta has faced yet, for he is In the spectacular, gripping episode of The Aryavarta Chronicles. The only way he can protect Aryavarta and the woman in whose trusted In Kaurava, the second book in The Aryavarta Chronicles series.


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Govinda is Krishna's first published novel. She is currently working on the second and third books of The Aryavarta Chronicles and a collection. Govinda (The Aryavarta Chronicles #1) by Krishna Udayasankar It is not often that an author is brave enough to take on one of the most well. Aryavarta – the ancient Realm of the Noble. For generations, the Firstborn dynasty of scholar-sages, descendants of Vasishta Varuni and protectors of the Divine.

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I was just looking for a light enjoyable mythology read and this was too dense and heavy for me. However in the recent past things have the aryavarta chronicles govinda a drastically the aryavarta chronicles govinda turn for the Firewrights and many of their members are dead.

Aug 28, Deepak Nare rated it it was amazing. The moment I read the name Syoddhan, I was sure that the author has done a splendid research work. The book treats the main characters as mere humans and not some divine figures.

Though I was very happy when I read the book cover page, I regretted it the moment I started reading it. When the story continues, it takes us back to politics in Aryavarta and the clan chroincles.

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No mean feat that. Some touches of American, Britain accent has been retained in some places.

A bit dragging and over fictitious. The tracking back of the ancestry of all the Kauravyas to Matsya Kingdom at this time seems to be unwarranted unless there is some thing that's big in the third book on this front. Krishna Udayshankar is definitely a talented writer and has set her bar high. Hence, this gets 3 stars for not wowing me as much as Govinda.

Nevertheless a good continuation to the exciting trilogy.

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Don't remember in the recent times that compulsive need to do , one more chapter and then I will finish, kinda feeling that draws you in deeper until you realize that time has flown. And thus it came, the battle lines have been drawn and the conches ready to be blown.

Let there be War. Shelves: mythology , fiction , good-read The rating is 3.

What a refreshing read! Krishna Udayshankar has done a phenomenal job of demystifying the mythical heroes and villains and makes a fantastic attempt at getting to the 'why' of events rather than the 'what'.

A very readable retelling of the Mahabharata, in which every character, from Krishna to Draupadi to Yudhishthira are mortals, with very human motivations, drives and failings.

The book is fast paced for a body of work with the immensity of the Mahabharata - in The rating is 3. The book is fast paced for a body of work with the immensity of the Mahabharata - in one single volume, the author covers the time right upto the conclusion of the Rajasuya Yagya.

In order to give a contemporary meaning and relevance, the author has taken certain liberties and resorted to interpretations that at times seem a bit far fetched. They seem far fetched not due to the 'leap of faith' or 'leap of interpretation', but simply because certain events and certain view of events of the Mahabharata are so firmly entrenched in our minds that to overcome them is a challenge. Nevertheless, all credit to the author for stretching our thinking to a different direction.

That is the biggest achievement of the book and its greatest undoing as well.Perhaps I am what many call, anal, but I cannot help wincing when I read "revert back" and "involuntary shiver".

Krishna has done an exceptional job with the epic.

Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. As far as I know, Krishna's dynasty is well documented in Bhagavatha Purana so much so that there is no confusion as to who his son, grandson or great grandson is for that matter.

However in the recent past things have the aryavarta chronicles govinda a drastically the aryavarta chronicles govinda turn for the Firewrights and many of their members are dead. Govinda is Krishna's first published novel. And I have given it two stars only because I think the author has a strong command over her language and style of writing.

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