Sita: Warrior of Mithila by Amish Tripathi
‘Sita: Warrior of Mithila by Amish Tripathi’ is the second book in the Ramachandra series. It is also the fifth book of the bestselling author Amish Tripathi. This book tells the story of Sita a warrior of Mithila.
‘Sita: Warrior of Mithila by Amish Tripathi’ is the second book in the Ramchandra series. It is also the fifth book of the bestselling author Amish Tripathi. This book tells the story of Sita a warrior of Mithila. The book also tells us how she became from an ordinary girl to the legendary Sita. This book makes you lose in this marvelous adventure thriller. So, to understand new India, you need to read this book. The presented book is truly riveting, absorbing and also informative. Moreover, the book has transformed Indian Fiction with its unique combination of mystery, mythology and philosophy.
The Summary of the book ‘Sita: Warrior of Mithila by Amish Tripathi’:
In 3400 BC the land of India was facing several challenges. The land gets divided, everywhere people were suffering from poverty and resentment. The people despise their rulers and hate their corrupt and selfish rich people. Outsiders were exploiting their land and creating chaos. On the other hand, Ravana the demon king of Lanka was developing his power and sinking his terror deeper into the unfortunate people of Sapta Sindhu. People need a savior to protect the divine land of India. So, they begin their search.
People found an unclaimed baby. The ruler of a powerless kingdom, king Janak adopted the child. Nobody knew that the child was extraordinary and the child was Sita. She learns about martial arts and gains knowledge on different subjects. She marries Lord Ram. The book tells the journey of Sita from her position of Prime minister of Mithila to her kidnapping.
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 one- Ram Scion of Ikshvaku
Book three- Raavan: Enemy of Aryavarta
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