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    How to Define Dangerous BooksSometimes the only force that can take you through tabductso the end of a book this bad is the sweet thought of re

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    I call such authors cowards who hide behind the glimmer of fiction and don't have the courage to own their text Anand Neelakantan otherwise migh

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    This is the worst literary creation by any fiction writer I have read many pathetic books but this one will surely top that list I have read the novel and found it full of utter garbage and punctured narrative full of self imposed assumptions of the author that shows hehhas come far away from reality The book is a work of fiction but it has done everything to mislead the readers in every possible way I strong

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    Before I start my review please allow me to tell you about the Ramayana It will help you get the contextLet me also clarify that I only have a superficial knowledge about Ramayana Mostly gleaned from a children’s abridged edition they taught us in school what my elders told me and popular culture The Ramayana meaning Jou

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    Half way through the book seems like a scientific explanation of a myth with a strong anti North and anti Brahmin slant But that maybe because I am reading the unmodified raw version that is too hard hitting to be printed be

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    Very disappointing book The premi

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    The book didn't seem as author s debut Truly astounding flow with powerful languageAuthor seems to be a very capable writerBut it was very disappointing to see such a capable person twisting the original Ramayana and have compromised too much on the facts This may be about Ravana's perspective but it doesn't demand the twisting of Ramayana facts For instance Rama's life as per Ramayana is 11000 years But the author has p

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    The book doesn't make any sense to me It's like forcefully injecting something into a source that does not approve of it psychological blunder if people claim it to be a psychological novel

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    An amazing stories that shows Anand Neelakantan's genius Its not just about the book but the way he looked at H

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    ASURA TALE OF THE VANUISHED BY ANAND NEELAKANTANRating of this book after testing on five backgrounds1 The Content Hats off to the research work Every minute detail is casted with utmost dedication  I’ll rate this 45 out of 5 as for the reason nothing could have been written2 The NarrationIt wasn’t that appealing as for the two reasons Lengthiness of the conversations that compelled me to comp

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E defeated to speak “For thousands of years I have been vilified and my death is celebrated year after year in every corner of India Why Was it because I challenged the Gods for the sake of my daughter Was it because I freed a race from the yoke of caste based Deva rule You have heard the victor’s tale the Ramayana Now hear the Ravanayana for I am Ravana the Asura and my story is the tale of the vanuished” “I am a non entity – invisible powerless and negligible No epics will ever be written about me I have suffered both Ravana and Rama – the hero and the villain or the villain and the hero When the stories of great men are told my voice maybe too feeble to be heard Yet spare. Before I start my review please allow me to tell you about the Ramayana It will help you get the contextLet me also clarify that I only have a superficial knowle

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The epic tale of victory and defeat The story of the Ramayana had been told innumerable times The enthralling story of Rama the incarnation of God who slew Ravana the evil demon of darkness is known to every Indian And in the pages of history as always it is the version told by the victors that lives on The voice of the vanuished remains lost in silence But what if Ravana and his people had a different story to tell The story of the Ravanayana has never been told Asura is the epic tale of the vanuished Asura people a story that has been cherished by the oppressed castes of India for 3000 years Until now no Asura has dared to tell the tale But perhaps the time has come for the dead and th. I call such authors cowards who hide behind the glimmer of fiction and don t have the courage to own their text Anand Neelakantan otherwise might have been a won

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Me a moment and hear my story for I am Bhadra the Asura and my life is the tale of the loser” The ancient Asura empire lay shattered into many warring petty kingdoms reeling under the heel of the Devas In desperation the Asuras look up to a young saviour – Ravana Believing that a better world awaits them under Ravana common men like Bhadra decide to follow the young leader With a will of iron and a fiery ambition to succeed Ravana leads his people from victory to victory and carves out a vast empire from the Devas But even when Ravana succeeds spectacularly the poor Asuras find that nothing much has changed from them It is then that Ravana by one action changes the history of the wor. The book doesn t make any sense to me It s like forcefully injecting something into a source that does not approve of it psychological blunder if people claim it