Aryavarta – the ancient Realm of the Noble. For generations, the Firstborn dynasty of scholar-sages, descendants of Vasishta Varuni and protectors of the Divine. Answered Feb 1, · Govinda (The Aryavarta Chronicles #1) by Krishna Udayasankar. It is not often that an author is brave enough to take on one of the most. The Mahabharata retold – reinterpreted & reworked – yet again! This Epic has always fascinated me, as indeed it has millions of Indians who.
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Aryavarta- The ancient realm of the noble. For generations, the Firstborn Dynasty of scholar- sages, descendants of Vasishta Varuni . The Aryavarta Chronicles Book 1: GOVINDA. Aryavarta – the ancient realm of the noble. For generations, the Firstborn dynasty of scholar-sages, descendants of. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Krishna Udayasankar is a graduate of the National Law Govinda (The Aryavarta Chronicles Book 1) Kindle Edition. by.
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Although she is no less pivotal in the original, here, she is refreshingly center-stage while her husband Dharma takes a definite back-seat. Dharma — an epitome of honesty in the original, is similar here, but the author puts her own spin on his character — allowing us a glimpse into the psyche of one who is not as comfortable with his chosen path as one assumes. And so we come to the man who graces the title — the lynch pin — Govinda Shauri — without whom there would be epic.
He is as enigmatic and charismatic as his namesake Krishna in the original. What particularly intrigued me was his intimate relationship with Panchali.
Whereas in the original, it came across as a brother-sister bond, here, it is anything but! The tensions between the two friends and almost-lovers are palpable and make for some very interesting, taut scenes that will translate excellently on film! JP — are you listening? Except for the font-size which is too small, I have no major cribs! I will definitely read her next in this series — Kaurava, probably on Kindle to rest my poor eyes J.
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