Anuja Chandramouli

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Anuja Chandramouli


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September 10, 1986

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Anuja Chandramouli is a bestselling Indian author and New Age Indian Classicist. Her highly acclaimed debut novel, Arjuna: 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 2013. Kamadeva: The God of Desire and Shakti: The Divine Feminine are her other bestsellers. Currently all three books are being translated into Hindi, Marathi, Gujarathi and Bengali, a real achievement for one so young. Her epic fantasies called Yama’s Lieutenant and its sequel has received an overwhelming response.
Her books on Kartikeya, Padmavati and Prithviraj Chauhan have been very successful. Her latest book is Ganga: The Constant Goddess.
An accomplished orator, she regularly conducts
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Festering Wounds and a Fractured Identity

 Operation Bluestar, was authorized by Indira Gandhi in June, 1984 to clear the militants led by Bhindranwale and his armed supporters who had taken up residence in Amritsar’s famed Golden Temple, the Sikhs’ holiest shrine. The deadly military action which left thousands dead dealt a crippling blow to secessionists fighting for a free Khalistan and the national media at the time was full of praise

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Average rating: 3.69 · 2,188 ratings · 616 reviews · 13 distinct worksSimilar authors
Arjuna: Saga of a Pandava W...

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Shakti: The Divine Feminine

3.62 avg rating — 181 ratings — published 2015 — 3 editions
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Kamadeva: The God of Desire

3.55 avg rating — 147 ratings — published 2014 — 3 editions
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Mohini: The Enchantress

4.16 avg rating — 108 ratings — published 2020 — 2 editions
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Kartikeya: The Destroyer's Son

3.57 avg rating — 122 ratings — published 2017 — 3 editions
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Rani Padmavati: The Burning...

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Ganga: The Constant Goddess

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Yama's Lieutenant

3.46 avg rating — 91 ratings — published 2016 — 2 editions
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Muhammad Bin Tughlaq: Tale ...

3.76 avg rating — 68 ratings — published 2019 — 2 editions
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Yama’s Lieutenant and the S...

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“though he could not have controlled the events of his birth and life which had contributed to his misery, he could and should have controlled his actions and striven for a higher standard of nobility.”
Anuja Chandramouli, Arjuna: Saga of a Pandava Warrior-Prince

“Not every story is about a girl who dreams of romance, waiting impatiently and dramatically for a tall, handsome, strong man to fall hopelessly in love with, in the foolish hope that he will protect her from all harm and give her the happily ever after she has always wanted.”
Anuja Chandramouli, Yama’s Lieutenant and the Stone Witch

“He loves her enough not to shackle her to him with chains of attachment. Unlike others, especially you, he does not use love as an excuse to stake his claim, hold her captive to his will and then do as he pleases with her; not that he ever had a choice in the matter, of course. Most importantly, he respects her individuality and simply lets her be. Shiva is never insecure and is content to know that she will always be his better half, even when she needs solitude to follow her own whims to wherever they might lead her!”
Anuja Chandramouli, Shakti: The Feminine Divine

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