[BOOKS] ⚦ The Winds of Hastinapur (Hastinapur, #1) ✰ Sharath Komarraju – Writerscompany.co.uk

The Winds of Hastinapur (Hastinapur, #1) My Hair Is White And Thin, Now In A Few Moons, The Goddess Will Claim Me, And I Do Not Have A Fresh Young Virgin By My Side To Absorb My Knowledge And Take My Place Once I Am Gone The Mysteries Of Ganga And Her Sight Will Vanish With Me, And The Great River Will Become Nothing Than A Body Of Lifeless Water It Is My Intention, Therefore, To Tell You The Story As It Happened, As I Saw It Happen The Mahabharata Is The Story Of Women, Even Though Men Have Focused Far Too Much On The Great Battle It Is Women Who Have Set Events In Motion, Guided The Action And Measured The Men The Winds Of Hastinapur Begins At The Point That Ganga Was Cursed And Sent To Earth She Lives Among The Mortals And Bears Shantanu, The King Of Hastinapur, Seven Children, All Of Whom She Kills With The Eighth, She Leaves That Boy, Who Returns To Earth, Will Prove To Be The Key To The Future Of Hastinapur.The Story, As Told Through The Lives Of His Mother Ganga And Stepmother Satyavati, Is Violent, Fraught With Conflict And Touched With Magic.A Lady Of The River Who Has No Virgin Daughter To Carry On Her Legacy, Celestials Who Partake Of A Mysterious Lake They Guard With Their Very Lives, Sages Overcome By Lust, A Randy Fisher Princess These And Other Characters Lend A Startling New Dimension To A Familiar Tale SharathKomarraju Does Not So Much Retell The Epic As Rewrite It

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10 thoughts on “The Winds of Hastinapur (Hastinapur, #1)

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    Myth is truth which is subjective, intuitive, cultural and grounded in faithDr.Devdutt Pattanaik, an Indian physician turned leadership consultant, mythologist and author Hindu Mythology is so rich and divine and with so enlightening filled with millions of legends, that if you re an author, than you can t stop yo

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    I have always been fascinated by mythology Even though I had never read the books, I have seen the adaptations on television ever since I can remember I know the tales of Ramayana and Mahabharata pretty well, all thanks to my grandmother who used to explain the story to me while we were watching it I have wanted to read

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    Hindu mythology has always attracted my attention and of them, the retellings of Mahabharata and its characters are my favorite So when I was given an opportunity to read and review a book based on Bhishma, I knew I couldn t miss it The Winds of Hastinapur is a story told by Ganga, the first wife of Shantanu, one of the Kuru Ki

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    4.5 StarsReview at A Bookworm s Musing this book for mythology delivered from a different point of view, but with magic and flair that is necessary with the genre To hear the Mahabharata, or rather a part of it, from the viewpoint of two of the women in the epic was a refreshing change, and it brought with it those unexpected twists t

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    The Winds of Hastinapur is the tale of the Beginning of the End Hold on put a BEFORE , before the quotes It is perhaps, the most beautiful re telling of the epic, I have ever come across Beautiful in the sense that it reads much like a poetry The story is full of colours, vividness and the emotions and depths, expressed by the two leads and

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    Mahabharata , the great epic , is impregnated with so many sub stories that it would not be an exaggeration to say that it might take a lifelong read to absorb all the intriguing incidents and their inter connections And it is a story of women , women with sharp minds , great political vision and bodacious beauty to allure men of high stature makin

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    The Winds of Hastinapur by Sharath Komarraju is the first book of oneseries based on the grand old epic Mahabharata The distinguishing feature of this new series is that it concentrates on the ladies rather than the well known men of the epic While the narrative of Draupadi has been retold various times, no one had exploited the sentiments of other women

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    I had previously never heard of Sharath or his Hastinapur series It just so happened that he had put out a post on a Facebook group that we are both part of to be part of an early access group who would get to read both the books in his Hastinapur series of which Winds of Hastinapur has just been released for free and our only obligation was to write a review of

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    Thoughts after completing the book Very interesting approach and presentation loved the book I enjoyed the approach of the author in presenting the story from the perspective of women I was surprised on how effective this idea was and enjoyed it I like the scientific approach in which the author explains what we often disregard as imagination and makes a very good case

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    The Winds of Hastinapur is about the two powerful women who were never properly acknowledged in the epic Mahabharata but nevertheless are the genesis for a Great Kingdom which resulted in Great War The story gives us an imaginary conception of the thoughts and emotions of Ganga and Satyavathi based on the situations faced by them which led to their choices Sharath s specialit

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