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Prince of Ayodhya by Ashok K. Banker
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Dec 04, 13

Read on January 21, 2010

One of the most interesting novels I have ever read. Although it is an epic, Banker smoothly translates it into the kind of reading our generation is used to. This book has satisfied my fears of the notion that the Ramayan is slow and way to fantastical to digest. Banker deserves an award!
This series is truly a milestone.
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message 1: by Rajat (new)

Rajat Pillai The novel that is making waves around the country, 'Chandragupta:Path of a Fallen Demigod' (NATIONAL BESTSELLER) is now on Flipkart and Infibeam. If your love a fast paced thriller and love Indian history/culture. This novel is for you.


message 2: by Anand (new) - added it

Anand Patel @ rajat do u know any book which depict about chanakya chandragupta guru. other than chanakya neeti.if u know please let me know.


message 3: by Rajat (new)

Rajat Pillai A part of 'Chanakya Chant' covers that, its written by Ashwin Sanghi


message 4: by Anand (new) - added it

Anand Patel @ Rajat i had read chanakya chant. if you find any other book do let me know.
thank you for your efforts.


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