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- Written by: Ravi Shankar Etteth
- Narrated by: Swetanshu Bora
- Length: 6 hrs and 45 mins
It is a time of violence as well as calm. Men of peace are spreading the message of the Buddha even as monks are being tortured in the dungeons of Pataliputra. In Magadha, all talk is about the impending war against Kalinga. While King Ashoka plots the movements of his ships and cavalry, Queen Asandhimitra broods over the growing unrest in the kingdom. There is only one man they can both trust to take them through this period of uncertainty and looming danger: the enigmatically named Brahmin, skilful spymaster and custodian of Magadha’s best-kept secrets.
A brilliant thriller
- By Soumick Mitra on 07-04-20
good narration, but poor story
story jumps to lot of past events; sometimes unnecessary also.
story plot is good.
characters are good but too many.
narrator has done good job to held the listeners.
lot of unanswered questions in the end. lot of references to ramayan without sound background. they talk about mysterious weapon which is imaginary.
monks spy on another monk for no reason.
Roll of the Dice
- Duryodhana's Mahabharata
- Written by: Anand Neelakantan
- Narrated by: Siddhanta Pinto
- Length: 15 hrs and 7 mins
At the heart of India’s most powerful empire, a revolution is brewing. Bhishma, the noble patriarch of Hastinapura, is struggling to maintain the unity of his empire. On the throne sits Dhritarashtra, the blind King, and his foreign-born Queen - Gandhari. In the shadow of the throne stands Kunti, the Dowager-Queen, burning with ambition to see her firstborn become the ruler, acknowledged by all. And in the wings: Parashurama, the enigmatic Guru of the powerful Southern Confederate, bides his time to take over and impose his will from mountains to ocean.
- By Ramchand on 08-01-19
Mahabharata upside down
wonderful interpretation of the events in Mahabharata. indeed good narration. logical reasoning for the action.