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Written by Heta Gala. Its as simple as that. Oops no this aam soldiers award for sure. Anand has wonderfully colored Suyodhana and circumstances that made him look evil. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. It looks at the good of Kauravas and doesn’t exaggerate. This Book Ajaya is a well expressed writing with an excellent plot. Three, the author is at pains to accept Lord Krishna as a super-human if not God, who plays treacherous, cunning, and dishonest to Kauravas to save his friends and devotees Pandavas.

The magic, godliness and miracles associated in the epic are depicted in a logical manner. The epic details in which he has covered the life of downtrodden untouchables from the two states and holds Krishna and Bhishma responsible for what happens in the story is simply beyond me.


The infinite shades are nothing but infinite perspectives. The Pandavas were the heroes, despite the subterfuges they indulged in, in the name of dharma.

With this as the base background, fact is that between truth and counter truth, there are infinite shades of truth. While there are 2 sides of a coin, what happens when we toss the same coin? One character requires special mention here is the whimsicalepigrammaticinsurgent Kripa.

Everybody in their truest sense believes their actions to be righteous and self- justifies them and so in the case of Suyodhana. Preview — Ajaya by Anand Neelakantan. He was provoked many times by his uncle Shakuni, and because of which he was disliked by many and had built many foes around him. May be by November. Videos About This Book.

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I wondered about their magical world. Most important it talks from the point of view of the vanquished. Ajaya gives us a narrative about the role of Kauravas, who were decimated to the last man, as they would have seen tye. If we take people and make them watch Chennai Express, for example, each person will comment differently.

How the caste system influenced the great Epic? He is instead constantly propped as a good guy, every other page mentions that he visits the slums and gives alms to the poor, and all these props somehow stifle the hero. So far so good. On the throne sits Dhritarashtra, the blind King, and his foreign-born Queen ajayx Gandhari.


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As a kid I was wondered why pe Well done Anand Neelakandan A dexterous writer and a cartoonist, Anand Neelkanthan started his career in writing with Asura: The only problem with Ajaya is that the hero is quite anaemic.

Mahabharat have been told in a number of ways by a number of people The central doce of the book delves with the principles of Dharma, Adharma and Varna-the caste system. Furthermore, it is only now that Bhishma, who is running the affairs of the kingdom himself, comes to know of the mis-adventure of the Pandavas and comes to apologise to Drupada!

Djce book seeks to tell the tale from the point of the losers and in doing so creates unforgettable characters is the form of Suyodhana and Karna.