Raavan: Enemy of Aryavarta

Raavan: Enemy of Aryavarta

Title:Raavan: Enemy of Aryavarta
Edition Language:English
ISBN:null
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:400 pages

WITHOUT THE DARKNESS, LIGHT HAS NO PURPOSE.

WITHOUT THE VILLAIN, WHAT WOULD THE GODS DO?

INDIA, 3400 BCE.

A land in tumult, poverty and chaos. Most people suffer quietly. A few rebel. Some fight for a better world. Some for themselves. Some don’t give a damn. Raavan. Fathered by one of the most illustrious sages of the time. Blessed by the Gods with talents beyond all. Cursed by fate to be tested to the extremes.

A formidable teenage pirate, he is filled with equal parts courage, cruelty and fearsome resolve. A resolve to be a giant among men, to conquer, plunder, and seize the greatness that he thinks is his right.

A man of contrasts, of brutal violence and scholarly knowledge. A man who will love without reward and kill without remorse.

This exhilarating third book of the Ram Chandra series sheds light on Ravaan, the king of Lanka. And the light shines on darkness of the darkest kind. Is he the greatest villain in history or just a man in a dark place, all the time?

Read the epic tale of one of the most complex, violent, passionate and accomplished men of all time.


    Raavan: Enemy of Aryavarta Reviews

  • Sahitya

    I had completely forgotten this book was releasing last week until someone mentioned on a group chat, and I knew I had to read it immediately. I actually didn’t have a lot of expectations, just want...

  • Sankalpita (bookGeeks India)

    Well, what to say. The wait is finally over and I am so happy that I finally have the copy in my hand. Not getting into the usual characters, plot, climax, writing style, and entertainment quotient, I...

  • Aniruddha Rege

    Writing mythology is a double-edged sword, and it takes an author of no little skill to choose the right edge to employ at the right time. Done wrong, the book could feel like nothing but a mundane re...

  • Lakshmi

    Repetitions. Horrible style of writing. I floated through the book. I lost it at the reference of Sabarimala. Was deliberately trying to bring in Sabarimala? Is the author trying to whitewash the issu...

  • Ashish Iyer

    Finally, after the drag of Scion of Ishvaku and a moderately paced Sita, Amish gets his groove back with Raavan. I somewhere found a deprived boy with a fighter spirit, who had to choose a wrong path ...

  • Shifad

    Raavan – one of the most debated characters in the history of Indian mythology. Growing up we have often heard conflicting sides of his nature. There are instances where he is kind, generous, compas...

  • Deepak

    Loved and enjoyed the book a lot. It's better than the last two in series throwing a new light and seeing Ravan with a fresh new perspective....

  • Janani(????)

    OH MY FUCK? WHY AM I HEARING ABOUT THIS NOW?! ...

  • Dhruv Sharma

    Disappointed!!There is no methodological references except the same names unlike other books and series. Why people like Amish’s books is because he writes methodological fictions where at the base ...

  • Anantha Narayanan

    Amish offers fresh and not-so-conflicting views on Raavan. An overall good book to read....