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Summary Prithviraj Chauhan

Summary Ì Prithviraj Chauhan í PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Prithviraj Chauhan was destiny's chosen one singled out for glory and greatness During the course of an extraordinary life he transcended the limits imposed on mortals and achieved Godlike luster The conuering hero dreamed of a united land where peace prevIm from afar and when Prithviraj Chauhan claimed her for his own defying the wrath of an implacable foe their happiness was complete Victorious in love and w. Note I received book from the author in exchange for an honest review Many thanks to author and publisher Stars 475 That sums 5Prithviraj Chauhan or Rai Pithora in the folk legends was an Indian king from the Chahamana Chauhan dynasty ruled from 1178 to 1192 CEI’m warning you this review is my thought dumping Whatever I felt or came in my mind while reading this book I have just written it hereFate was already written for Prithviraj even before his birthThis book was about passion dreams love betrayal political plots family drama and war set in early medieval period of India There was so many things in the book a very deep history and life story of Prithviraj social and political issues in that era people’s thinking nature or lifestyle Author has covered almost all the details in the bookCharacters Prithviraj– was great warrior and a person as well In the beginning I found him little overambitious and childish sometimes his only interest was in winning over kingdom and war and little less in running kingdom which was little hard to digest But as story progressed this character developed nice and steady He was sensitive and emotional guy and his ability of surrounding himself with great friends and people was great They were ready to die for him which was most remarkableAll characters mentioned in the book whether small or the big one they were so important in the life history of Prithviraj Some I liked and some I didn’t I specifically loved Uncle Kanha and Jaya and their thoughts They were most likable and selfless characters of the book Yogita and his wife Padmavati were also greatWhat I liked Loved the beginning It started with the dream telling Prithviraj’s mother about her son and his fate when he was in her womb It made story interesting as I wanted to know how it was going to happen and what will lead to his endIt started with the family background nature of his parents and family and their good or bad sides their feeling for Prithviraj and expectations It covered the long lineage of Chauhans their deeds and how Prithviraj’s family has reclaimed the throne Also the story of how four main Kshatriyas clan came into existenceI loved all character’s point of view in third person narrative which was flawlessly written and made it easier to understand all the characters The best thing about this or any book by this author is both good and bad sides of the characters are shown It’s not like that a character is villain so only bad side of him is represented or if it is hero only praises are written I got to discover all the layers of characters in the book and for which I love the author The teaching part of Prithvi and his friends made the tense and serious theme of the book light It was relief in the book I laughed out loud at some pointBook also covered sensitive and political matter of medieval era Killing and plotting against own family clashes between ueens and clans kidnapping and harassing to save the king by people who supposed to be a good in eyes of king as well as people How in the name of saving kingdom and birthright royalties fought did heinous crimes and shed blood Suffering of people and the differences between the royal and common people And also the religious belief of people in that era how it can blind men to an extent that they can’t see the wrong they are doingI loved all remarkable and extraordinary insights in the book like – How overindulgence of anything even the love can blind men and lead to destruction When destiny is already written no matter how much people try to change it they can’t escape it and no one can help or can do anything about it God never stay with those who shed the blood and causes the destruction and war never brings happiness I loved that portion of the book it was so mesmerizingAnother thing that made me think for a long time even after I finished the book was Prithviraj’s relation with his mother I know she did few wrong things and I’m totally against it but I couldn’t see where his anger was in initial parts was it because she was doing her husband’s work while he was drunk in alcohol and female or she couldn’t find time for him or treating him like baby He could accept his father’s behavior his grandmother’s sharp mind and her knowledge but not her mother taking care of things This indicating the male egomentality; ahh the egos of mother in laws and how they treat their son’s wife; and wanting heir a son instead of daughter all of these was there hundreds years before and it still hasn’t changed much Well it is so sad that no matter how many warrior and heroes or good people trying to bring change dies some things never change in this worldClimax was surprising I didn’t see that coming That end was so sad So many thing happened between climax and end that it was so shocking I don’t blame Padma for what she did Action of Prithvi for that just surprised me I was like how he could be so blind I wish I can change itThis is kind of book that I would love to re readwhy 475 stars Well I couldn’t judge Samyuktya I wanted to read her thoughts as well She came so later in the story for such a short time that I couldn’t set mind for this character Good or bad or was it just the same for her fate already written It was justified that why there was least mention of her but the point is the same I couldn’t know herI want a family tree in this book Wow the ancestry was long and same names didn’t help it as well It made me re read few portion to know clearly the whole Chauhan dynastyOverall this was steady paced a fabulous precise history of Prithviraj Chauhan with brilliant and detailed point of view of characters and their part in the history I recommend this book to all history lovers

Anuja Chandramouli Ø 6 Free read

On mortals and achieved Godlike luster The conuering hero dreamed of a united land where peace prevailed over war and love over hatePrincess Samyukta loved h. I have loved Anuja Chandramouli's writing ever since I read her Yama's Lieutenant series Her command in mythological fiction is admirable She picks up the characters from epic scriptures who do not get their share of light despite having talents comparable to that of GodsThis time she brings us the characters from Indian History who are although well known but the retelling of their stories and adventures simply wins the heart The book is an evidence of how imaginative a person's mind can bePrithviraj Chauhan The Emperor of Hearts was a delightful read for me Neatly fabricated tale of a young warrior Prithviraj who controlled much of the present day Rajsthan Haryana Delhi and some parts of Madhya Pradesh and Uttar PradeshA nicely sketched story of love war bravery and politics Thoroughly researched and deeply engrossing The author successfully brings her characters to life You might have heard about Prithviraj Chauhan from TV of movies but reading about him is an experience in itself This book engulfs you with his adventures and renders a divergent perspective It should not be missed Recommended to readers who have a keen interest in Indian legendary warriors

review ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ø Anuja Chandramouli

Prithviraj ChauhanPrithviraj Chauhan was destiny's chosen one singled out for glory and greatness During the course of an extraordinary life he transcended the limits imposed. None of my books made me feel as guilty as Prithviraj Chauhan by Anuja Chandramouli Anuja had sent me the review copy before the book was released but it was wrongly couriered to other address It took me almost a month to receive that book With tha1t mess up started unavoidable seuences called a book on the shelf So Anuja I am really sorry for not able to finish the book on timeBefore I start I would like to add a fact I have read Gujarat no Nath and Rajadhiraj by K M Munshi So when the story started with Kanchanadevi Kumarpal I was able to relate plot Don't worry if you haven't read those books you can still read this book with easeSo the story started with Pregnancy of Karpuradevi She was adjusting a Chauhan Chalukya customs Married to a less capable Someshwar she understood that her mother in law's expectations were high from her son But Karpuradevi didn't want to restrain herself to just royal wife she started developing skills under Kanchanadevi's tutelage She knew that her mother in law would take care of upbringing and training of his sons and she would be neglected by her husband From the birth Prithviraj was able to attract the attention of Royals and commoner alike His fame increased as he started growing up Being a kind hearted a skilled warrior and a good looking he was the center of attraction wherever he went His own father was envying his son's fameI think I have given enough plot details you can check the book for detailsTalking about writing style as usual Anuja's storytelling gives you poetic feeling Scenes would start with a person then it goes back or forth in some detailing You need to keep patience to explore what will come next She carefully developed each and every character based on historical facts It has taken some time for me to attach to the storyThe book seems heavy at places and flow also bit boring which have delayed my reading pace Otherwise a nice readDetailed Review Link