Roll of the Dice: Duryodhana’s Mahabharata (Ajaya Book 1) Paperback @ Rs. 81 From Amazon

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After I read Anand Neelakantan’s first book about the Asura leader Ravana’s story, I was impressed.. The story of Ravana and his people really made me feel damn sympathetic towards the Asuran leader,,,, And the author does it again with Ajaya…. A Truly amazing rendition of the greatest Epic ever told (Now I feel sympathetic towards the Kauravas)… Ajaya is better than the author’s previous book… Hopefully The Rise of Kali, the 2nd book in the Ajaya series will be released soon because I just cant wait any longer.. –Arvind Sreekumar on 30 Dec 2013

View the whole story in a different perception. I have read Asura too and was impressed by the way it was put across. –Sanjeev kumar M on … 19 Dec 2013

If you love history and Anand Neelankatam…..Go for it. Hats of you Sir Anand for presenting views from armies who were defeated in our two epics(Mahabharata and Ramayana), no author had provided this kind of narration till date. –Amit on 18 Dec 2013

About the Author

About the Author: A dexterous writer and a cartoonist, Anand Neelkanthan started his career in writing with Asura: Tale of The Vanquished. His books have had big hits in the market and he has been named as one of the most popular writers in India. Ajaya: Book 1: Roll of The Dice (Epic of The Kaurava Clan) has not been an exception. Being brought up in a place full of temples and classical artists, Neelkanthan was interested in epics and myths from his childhood. Instead of blindly following the myths, he has created a new genre, of remaking and retelling, questioning and arguing. That is why he has become favourite to modern readers.

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