Sumedha V. Ojha

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Sumedha V. Ojha

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Sumedha V. Ojha is a Geneva based ex-bureaucrat, historian, author, columnist and web series maker; author of the Urnabhih series set in Mauryan India. She is focused on a 360-degree understanding of Ancient India based on Indic and Shastric epistemology, focusing on Sanskrit and Prakrit literature, the Mauryans and Gender issues.

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Sumedha V. Ojha Yes, indeed! Have just finished the manuscript so it should be out sometime this year!
Sumedha V. Ojha From the Mauryan Empire. From the Arthashastra of Chanakya and details of the administration of the Mauryan Empire.
Average rating: 3.94 · 177 ratings · 48 reviews · 3 distinct worksSimilar authors
Urnabhih

3.91 avg rating — 158 ratings — published 1899 — 3 editions
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Urnabhih: Chanakya’s Scribe

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Ramayana

4.29 avg rating — 7 ratings — published 2015
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Arshia Sattar's Review of Urnabhih in the Open Magazine

As the explanatory sub-title of Urnabhih states, Sumedha V Ojha’s story of palace intrigue and military conspiracy is set in the 4th century BCE, at the dawn of the Mauryan period, with a young Chandragupta doing whatever it takes to establish an empire in the northern regions of the Subcontinent. The protagonist of this tale, littered as it is with handsome, virile and skilled warriors, is a danc Read more of this blog post »
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