Ram Scion of Ikshvaku by Amish Tripathi
Based on the epic Ramayana, the ‘Ram Scion of Ikshvaku by Amish Tripathi’ book is the first book in the Ramachandra series. In this book, you will find all familiar characters like lord Ram, Lady Sita, Lord Hanuman, etc. Ram Rajya is the perfect land but perfection has a price.
Based on the epic Ramayana, the ‘Ram Scion of Ikshvaku by Amish Tripathi’ book is the first book in the Ramchandra series. In this book, you will find all familiar characters like lord Ram, Lady Sita, Lord Hanuman, etc. Ram Rajya is the perfect land but perfection has a price. So, Lord Ram with Lady Sita and Lord Lakshman paid that price. This book makes you lose in this marvelous adventure thriller. To understand new India, you need to read this book. The book has transformed Indian Fiction with its unique combination of mystery, mythology and philosophy.
The Summary of the book ‘Ram Scion of Ikshvaku by Amish Tripathi’:
Around 3400 BC India, a terrible war has taken its toll and divided the city of Ayodhya. The Kuber (the previous king of Lanka) defeats Dashrath in a war. Kuber’s general and later the demon king of Lanka, Ravan imposes his trade policies in Ayodhya. Ravan monopolizes the entire trade system in India, causing an economic crisis. In the middle of this chaos, a boy is born named Ram. The Sapta Sindhu people descend into poverty and corruption. They want a leader who can lead them out of the morass. Little do they know that the leader is among them. A tortured and a prince whom his enemies tried to break. A prince called Ram.
Ram loves his land, he knows his duties and responsibilities. This story tells about the rise of Ram above the taint that others heap on him. How he sustains his love for Sita through his struggle, how he defeats the demon Lord Ravan and how he fulfills the destiny of the Vishnu.
About the author:
Amish is a thirty-five-year-old, IIM educated finance professional. History, philosophy, and the future of human civilization fascinate him and motivate him to write. He loves to read different mythological stories and historical books. Hence, this story came from years of stimulating discussions with his family about the destiny of the human body, mind, and soul.
Other books of Ramchandra series:
Book two-Sita: Warrior of Mithila
Book three-Raavan: Enemy of Aryavarta
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