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The second book in the Ajaya series, Kali ka Uday tells the story of the vanquished in the epic war Mahabharata. The book narrates the story from the point of view of the Kauravas. The story starts with the Kaurava prince Duryodhana challenging Krishna before the apocalyptic war breaks out. The author describes a city waiting with bated breadth for the outcome of the war. While women, noblemen, priests and humble beings helplessly watch the war and its consequences unfold in front of them, the greedy traders circle the skies in anticipation of what's to come next. Amidst all this, one thing is a certainity: the winner will take all. 

In the backdrop of the impending war, the book describes a greater doom awaiting the city of Hastinapur. The age of Kali is rising, and every living being must ultimately make a choice and choose between good and bad, evil against duty, between honour and shame.

Please note: This audiobook is in Hindi.

©2016 Original content copyright@ Anand Neelkantan; Hindi translation copyright @ 2016, Manjul Publishing House (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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Good book but narrator

well, as expected from Anand Neelkanthan Sir, but the narrator needs a lot of homework to be completed. a lot of words were pronounced wrongly, the style was terrible.

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challenge our beliefs, not easy to believe,

challenge our beliefs, not easy to believe, it is not easy to change our childhood beliefs

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best book ever!! must listen..

I love the book as it show the different perspective for the Mahabharat.. No words

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great book

loved it. shows the very needed viewpoint of the villains. what they did and why they did.
we all are told from our childhood that who was right and who was wrong in these epic tales. but never told why were they right or wrong. what was the reason a person became a villian and why can't the hero do wrong things.

Anand has brilliantly written this book. giving the ancient tales a bit of a modern makeup and making all the godly things believeable in human capabilities. The narration is one the best ever read.

The narrator Nitin is also very good. But sometimes falls short when expressions are needed .

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Inlighten with rational intellectual view.

Nitin sir narration is entertaining. Eager to listen Anand sir VANARA in Hindi. At first place I'm hesitate to try audio book over traditional way but it changed my perspective. marvellous work.