Notable works, Arjuna: Saga of a Pandava Warrior Prince (). Anuja Chandramouli (born ) is an Indian author of fantasy and historical fiction. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Anuja Chandramouli is a full-time mother of two lovely girls, as well as a part-time writer. Her academic credentials include a . arjuna saga of a pandava warrior prince anuja chandramouli. Sat, 22 Dec GMT arjuna saga of a pandava pdf – Ancient. Hindu wars are the.

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Saga of a Pandava Warrior-Prince. Born and brought up in the urban area, there was no one to tell me stories of Mahabharatha, Ramayana and various other Indian epics. Printable version Dec 31, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Anujx account. A steady read, a good entertainer.

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The author could have easily glossed over the fact, like so many of us Indians like to do we like Arjuna damn too much to not ignore his failings. For those who have not read the Mahabharata in any language, this could be a great introduction as well as a neat quick reference.

You may hate that fact as much as you want, fill your heart with venom because you can’t change things, but you will have no anujw, whatsoever, over what is pre-destined for you. The latter half of the book talks so much about Krishna that it sometimes appear that the book is about Krishna.

The book ends on an eventuality, and yet there is an endearing touch to it. Jun 06, Bookish Indulgenges with b00k r3vi3ws rated it liked it Shelves: Whenever the tale of Mahabharata is up for discussion, and the character of Arjuna is to be evaluated, a lot of people question the potential of this vy.

Much like Arjjuna in Palace of IllusionsArjuna looks up to his friend and is often in awe of the things he does. Now coming to my view about the book, it was written in simple language, which is quite too simple for me. Author does not enmesh her anuna into the basic plot, nor does she try to add more spice 3. I liked how the author didn’t ajruna him completely idealistic and fault-less honestly, I expected it that way for some reason On many occasions, his faults were highlighted with the metaphoric neon signs, which irritated me, as a reader.


A great amount of information related this the epic mythological Mahabharata that you will not be aware of, is presented here in this book. Sep 13, Privy Trifles added it Shelves: There are no flaws in the novel. This is a classic that provides timeless insights into the challenges of our own times.

Paperbackpages. It spans the epic journey from before his birth, when omens foretold his greatness, across the fabled, wondrous landscape that znuja his life.

The cover of the book is excellent. Please try again later. I somehow loved the ending a lot. Her motivational speeches have also been well received. But then, as I clarified, it is not really a perspective book. Also, book didn’t always attempt to present the events in chronology and the way it was presented, I assumed that it was expected that readers are familiar with Mahabharata.

Customers who bought this item also bought. The Mahabharata has many climactic scenes which have always been close to the reader’s heart – the death of Abhimanyu, the tragedy of Karna, etc. People need to give some credit to the author for presenting the facts and not modifying it for her own benefit.

The painstaking research of the author shows through the pages as we are transported back to that holy age where Gods deemed it fit to take Avatars to rid the Earth of the demons galore. Chandramouli can be reached at: In chandramojli part it is retelling of the Mahabharata.

Her language is powerful and perfectly suited for this particular genre, as it encompasses the scrupulousness and finesse that befits an epic theme such as this. If you want to read Vyaasa Mahabharat once again, go for this one. Other than few notions of Arjuna – his arrogance that humanizes him, his mild indignation at what he thinks is Bhima’s naivety and lastly, his belated realisation of everlasting love for Draupadi – Arjuna remains same character that we knew him.


This was just ‘Mahabharata Retold’. Told in a refreshingly modern and humourous style and set against the staggering backdrop of the Mahabharata.

Repetition of known stories left me yawning. Be it his wife, brothers, Krishna, mother, etc. It spans the epic journey from before his birth, when omens foretold his greatness, across the fabled, wondrous landscape that was his life.

Jan 31, Kamal Golani rated it it was amazing. But this fell short of my expectations by light years. Chandramouli was encouraged to write and enter creative writing competitions by her English teacher at school. There is hardly any new information of the Mahabharata even – I mea This was just ‘Mahabharata Retold’.

So I was curious to see how differently she treated this one.

Arjuna: Saga of a Pandava Warrior-Prince

These pages retell in riveting detail the story of the Pandava Warrior-Prince who has captured the imagination of millions across centuries. Arjuna is the hero, he has all the traits to rise above his destiny including the one of being a prince, however he is equally human and flawed.

Just before the yagna begins, Janamejaya is reminded of his great-grandfather, the pride of their line, Arjuna. Very well handled mam, take a bow. There is hardly any new information of the Mahabharata arjua – I mean, for those who watched BR Chopra’s epic production ‘Mahabharat’.

It helps that Arjuna being the most gifted archer of the lot, gets involved in most of the interesting action that happens in these times.

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