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I had the privilege of growing up in the place where the tradition of Ram Leela and Ram Baraat has been celebrated from over hundreds of years, with the present form starting from the year For us, Ram is born every year, and for a month each one of us witnesses his life story right from his birth to his departure from the Earth. The locality which wins the bid to become Janak Desh and build Janak Mahal considers itself as truly blessed by the Lord Shri Ram himself. Such deeply rooted is this culture in our lives, that, for one month we forget who we are, flocking in lakhs of numbers to witness the Ram Leela and especially the Janak Mahal, Ram Baraat and Ram Vivaah. I was born and brought up in such a society, and therefore my faith in Ramayan is absolute.

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The story of the Ramayana had been told innumerable times. The enthralling story of Rama, the incarnation of God, who slew Ravana, the evil demon of darkness, is known to every Indian. And in the pages of history, as always, it is the version told by the victors, that lives on. The voice of the vanquished remains lost in silence.

But what if Ravana and his people had a different story to tell? The story of the Ravanayana had never been told. Asura is the epic tale of the vanquished Asura people, a story that has been cherished by the oppressed outcastes of India for years.

Until now, no Asura has dared to tell the tale. But perhaps the time has come for the dead and the defeated to speak. For thousands of years, I have been vilified and my death is celebrated year after year in every corner of India.

Was it because I challenged the Gods for the sake of my daughter? Was it because I freed a race from the yoke of caste-based Deva rule? Now hear the Ravanayana, for I am Ravana, the Asura, and my story is the tale of the vanquished. Asura is definitely something you must read just to find out what the other side seems to offer. But surely its again no Whining of the loser It is very fascinating book with good narration and correct usage of words.

Mythology might not interest the current generation; however, the way this story was presented would definitely attract people of all generations. In the past a lot of people have attempted to write stories on Ravana, the villain of Ramayana, the great epic of Hindus. However, all of them have attempted to portray Ravana as a real hero … Krishnakumar T K Since birth, we have heard the Ramayana and we believe that only to be true But its just a half story or one side of the coin Other part is unreveled!

But hats off to author!! He has tried the best to make us believe that Ravana was not as bad as he was portrayed.. What is the meaning of Dasamukha is superbly narrated here! May be its just a fiction, but it makes us think twice for the image of Ravana and Ram!! Krupa patel.

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The story of the Ramayana had been told innumerable times. The enthralling story of Rama, the incarnation of God, who slew Ravana, the evil demon of darkness, is known to every Indian. And in the pages of history, as always, it is the version told by the victors, that lives on. The voice of the vanquished remains lost in silence. But what if Ravana and his people had a different story to tell? The story of the Ravanayana had never been told. Asura is the epic tale of the vanquished Asura people, a story that has been cherished by the oppressed outcastes of India for years.

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The epic tale of victory and defeat… The story of the Ramayana had been told innumerable times. The enthralling story of Rama, the incarnation of God, who slew Ravana, the evil demon of darkness, is known to every Indian. And in the pages of history, as always, it is the version told by the victors that lives on. The voice of the vanquished remains lost in silence. But what if Ravana and his people had a different story to tell? The story of the Ravanayana has never been told.

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