War of Lanka (Ram Chandra Series Book 4) Paperback – 3 October 2022
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About The Author (Amish Tripathi)
Amish Tripathi is an Indian author. He is known best for his Shiva Trilogy and Ram Chandra Series. Amish’s books have sold over 6 million copies in the Indian subcontinent since 2010
Amish is a 1974-born, IIM (Kolkata)-educated banker-turned-author. The success of his debut book, The Immortals of Meluha (Book 1 of the Shiva Trilogy), encouraged him to give up his career in financial services to focus on writing. Besides being an author, he is also an Indian-government diplomat, a host for TV documentaries, and a film producer. Amish is passionate about history, mythology and philosophy, finding beauty and meaning in all world religions. His books have sold more than 6 million copies and have been translated into over 20 languages
About the Book: War of Lanka (Ram Chandra Series Book 4)
INDIA, 3400 BCE.
Greed. Rage. Grief. Love. Smouldering tinder, waiting to trigger a war.
But this war is different. This one is for Dharma. This war is for the greatest Goddess of them all.
Sita has been kidnapped. Defiantly, she dares Raavan to kill her – she’d rather die than allow Ram to surrender.
Ram is beside himself with grief and rage. He prepares for war. Fury is his fuel. Calm focus, his guide.
Raavan thought he was invincible. He thought he’d negotiate and force a surrender. Little did he know …
The first three books of the second-fastest-selling book series in Indian publishing history – the Ram Chandra Series – explore the individual journeys of Ram, Sita and Raavan. In this, the epic fourth book of the series, their narrative strands crash into each other, and explode in a slaughterous war.
Will Ram defeat the ruthless and fiendish Raavan, constrained as he is by the laws of Dharma? Will Lanka burn to a cinder or fight back like a cornered tiger? Will the terrible costs of war be worth the victory?
Most importantly, will the Vishnu rise? And will the real enemies of the land fear the Vishnu? For fear is the mother of love.
|Dimensions||20.3 × 18 × 2 cm|
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