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Publisher's Summary

The story of Ravana and his people has been told innumerable times. This is the Hindi translation of the number one national best seller. This saga is of victory and defeat - a story that has been tainted by India's oppressed and exploited caste for 3,000 years. Unlike the Ramayana, the story of Ravana has never been told so far. But now it's time to speak for the dead and the defeated.

Please note: This audiobook is in Hindi.

©2012 Anand Neelkantan (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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Great story, good narration.

l just loved it. It provide an alternate point of view a different perspective to look at the mythological characters we know, admire or hate. A whole new view rather a counter view to see things. It can prove uncomfortable to some but if you look at things the way author wants you to, they seems feasible or more real yhan what we have been told all along.

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written with a purpose and the same was achieved

the performance by narrator was amazing. story delivery was good. But there is a lot of factual differences in this book

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Lengthy and boring

Very tough to finish and have to drop after few hours, very long philosophical discussions there was one chapter of raavan telling mahabali about human nature and all that stuffs for about more than half an hour which was literally out of context. If you have enough time and plenty of patient then you can give a try but this one is not my cup of tea. Only good thing is narration so for that I've given three stars.