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King of Ayodhya: Book Six of the Ramayana

Ashok K Banker (Author)
Synopsis Rama, soon to be King of Ayodhya, crosses the ocean to wage his war of dharma against the rakshasa forces of the demonlord Ravana. The valiant vanars and bears suffer huge losses when Ravana unleashes his iniquitous sorcery on them, destroying tens of thousands of Rama's loyal soldiers. Despite the formidable odds they fight on even as the warfare spirals into a maelstrom of unimaginable carnage and brutality. And then, Ravana does the unthinkable. Hovering over the battlefield in his flying vehicle he executes Sita in full public view, right before Rama's unbelieving eyes. Rama's grief and rage know no bounds and on this cataclysmic day he finally draws upon his ultimate reservoir of Brahman shakti. Invoking the all-powerful dev-astras, the Bow of Vishnu and the Arrow of Shiva, he prepares for a reckoning and a victory like no other . . .
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About the author

Ashok K Banker

Ashok K. Banker is a well-known Indian writer. for the past few years, he has been working full-time to realise his childhood dream of retelling the great tales of the Vedic Age. He plans to follow the Ramayana with imaginative retellings of the tales of Krishna, Ganesha, and the world's longest epic, the Mahabharata. Ashok is married with two children, and lives in Mumbai.

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Title King of Ayodhya: Book Six of the Ramayana
Format Softcover
Date published: 18.01.2006
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 0143099671
length 600p.