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Combining mystery and mythology, this epic fantasy is a global best seller with over 300,000 copies sold.

India, 3400 BCE. The ancient kingdom of Mithila is divided by corruption, resentment, and poverty. An abandoned baby is found in a field protected by a vulture from a pack of wolves. Soon adopted by the rulers of the land, she is named Sita, and raised as a princess and beloved daughter.

But the neglected kingdom of Mithila continues to face dangerous political troubles due to its selfish, apathetic king. In a bid to stabilize affairs, Sita's mother, Queen Sunaina, sends the spirited young princess away to a gurukul to complete her education. Under the guidance of her guru she discovers her true destiny: to become a warrior who will defend Dharma. A Goddess who will protect her people until the end of time.

©2017 Amish Tripathi (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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Catchy & Engaging

Story holds you on edge throughout. Nicely narrated. Takes you back in time. Waiting for next volume.

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I was OK

The story was OK. It became tough due to a lot of complicated names. But the narrator was Good.

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Good!!

This is a second book that I read of ramchandra series. The first one was raavan the enemy of aryavarta. The experience was amazingggggg!... especially due to Sir Sagar Arya's narration. But I think Raavan: The enemy of aryavarta was a better in term of story than this book.

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good and Disappointing at the same time

Nicely written and narrated excellently. About the book, many many pages are just a repeat/ copy paste of the first book.
This is the second part of a series & I don't understand the meaning of repeating already explained terms/incidents in the previous book with so much details a small explaination would have sufficed.
The story has not moved an inch in these two books.

hopefully the 3rd book "Ravan" will finally start moving the Story forward

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Boring

It was intolerable after hearing Ramchandra series first part as There was nothing which would excite anybody. Every part of the story could have been guessed easily as almost each part was based on the background of 1st part of series.

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Best Story

Nice book with good narration. Story definitely holds the reader on his toes especially for those who know the mythology

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Enjoyed picturing the powerful Sita

Having seen Ramanand Sagar's version of Ramayana, the image of Sita was that of a dutiful yet helpless lady. Amish has done great honors by showing this strong self sufficient picture of Sita. An equal to her husband, standing with him. His story shifts positions of Vishnu and Rudra from Gods to institutionalised positions set up to meet the needs of the society. And hence questions the male control over these. The suspense at the end is gripping enough to immediately start reading the next book Raavan.

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Mesmerising

the book actually keeps you connected the whole time ....you will really crave for it

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A good story although a bit repetitive

This is the sequel to the first book on Ram. There is a lot of repetition. if you are listening to them continuously then it gets a bit irritating.

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Good narration. The story is same as the first book of the series. Ready fot the final...

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  • Jose Juan
  • 24-05-18

Nothing to do with Ramayana

If you aproach these books looking to find a story relating to the characters of the Ramayana it is highly dissapointing. For example Sita, the Lady of Darmha, getting an assasin to kill an officer of another kingdom. Are you serious!
Ramayana original story is far more richer, far more interesting than this.
I enjoyed the Shiva saga but this trilogy is a NO in my opinion.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 01-03-18

interesting story which was beautifully narrated

I have read the Ramayana... but I've come to like Amish's version so much more, seeing God's as humans makes them more relatable, but, the part I love the most is the way Sita is portrayed as a Vishnu and that Ram and Sita shared the responsibility. I have always found that the other version do not talk about her sacrifices and importance as much. Even though I love reading then listen, Sagar Arya's story telling has made this audiobook a beautiful experience.... definitely recommend😊

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  • Sriharsha Edla
  • 16-06-20

This book is so bad.

Looks like Amish got influenced by Anand Neelakantan (the guy who writes mythological stories realistically from the Antagonist’s perspective)

Amish tried to do that but he screwed up really bad.

It’s such a waste of an audible credit and almost 10 hours of listening time.
Now I don’t care about the third book in this series.

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  • Manoj
  • 23-05-20

Great story, hopefully mostly true from Ramadan

Great story telling, almost makes you visualise the experience. I just hope most of it is translated from original Valmiki Ramayana which was originally in Sanskrit.

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  • saurabh
  • 13-04-20

nice read

good book quite detailed depiction of the whole episode a good starter for interested folks

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  • Amruta Kudale
  • 01-04-20

Very intriguing

This book has got some really good detailed writing that describes the small details when it comes to war description. I just didn’t like the repetitions of few scenarios that were already covered in great details in the Scion of Ikshvaku book. But overall good book!

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  • Neha Agarwal
  • 17-02-20

Not exciting

Although I enjoyed the Sita's side of the story and perspective initially , 80% of the story repeats from the book 1 of th Ram Chandra series.
Thus just the first few and the last few chapters of the book are somewhat engrossing.
The rest of the book can be quite boring and repetitive.

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  • Intazaar
  • 11-08-19

plz release raavsn and shiva trilogy on audible

waiting desperately for raavsn and the shiva trilogy as audiobooks on audible
please release it fast

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 22-01-19

Seems A great story has been ruined just for commercial benefits

There are 2 type of readers. One who are interested in the events that are going to unfold and the other who enjoy the way the events are described. This book is good for the later ones since there are almost 60% events redundant to first book.Only the way of storytelling has changed. Looks like one book has been split into two for monetary benefits.

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  • R Prabakaran
  • 19-11-18

Loved it

Great read or listen. Great narrator. Superbly written. Would definitely recommend. Waiting for the next

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  • sanjeev
  • 19-11-20

brilliant... simply Brilliant.

loved it to bits... can't wait to get the next part to come out. Ramayan in its most humane and realistic manner.

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  • Gurbir Gill
  • 30-11-17

Awesome

loved the book, just like the first part. The way it explains the problems of India today is incredible. Amish has really done a good job, as always.