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On mortals and achieved Godlike luster The conuering hero dreamed of a united land where peace prevailed over war and love over hatePrincess Samyukta loved h. I have loved Anuja Chandramouli s writing ever since I read her Yama s Lieutenant series Her command in mythological fiction is admirable She picks up the characters from epic scriptures who do not get their share of light despite having talents comparable to that of GodsThis time she brings us the characters from Indian History who are although well known but the retelling of their stories and adventures simply wins the heart The book is an evidence of how imaginative a person s mind can bePrithviraj Chauhan The Emperor of Hearts was a delightful read for me Neatly fabricated tale of a young warrior Prithviraj who controlled much of the present day Rajsthan Haryana Delhi and some parts of Madhya Pradesh and Uttar PradeshA nicely sketched story of love war bravery and politics Thoroughly researched and deeply engrossing The author successfully brings her characters to life You might have heard about Prithviraj Chauhan from TV of movies but reading about him is an experience in itself This book engulfs you with his adventures and renders a divergent perspective It should not be missed Recommended to readers who have a keen interest in Indian legendary warriors

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Prithviraj Chauhan was destiny's chosen one singled out for glory and greatness During the course of an extraordinary life he transcended the limits imposed. Thanks to Anuja Chandramouli for the review copy in exchange for an honest opinionPrithviraj The literal meaning of the name Ruler of the EarthThe way his name is so glorious it is been said his reign was than magnificent Well there is literally much folklore about him because he was the iconic ruler before the Mughal eraSo about the bookConcept 35050 Execution 3050 Characters Bespoken 30 50World Building 275 50Cover 2550Writing Style 2550Overall 32550 Concept Historical fiction is kind of alluring genre and difficult to write as you reflect your own thought process on the chronological facts which may be liked by an individual or really get an unexpected response I have already read so much about Prithviraj Chauhan because my grandfather s dad my great grandpa used to narrate stories about Mahabharat Ramayan and of course Prithviraj to me regularly Until some extents I liked the concept here the way the author has chosen certain events and mentioned it with splendid details Execution This becomes the ultimate hard part where it is so damn hard not to judge Also three pages deep and a side of me was revolting that why I am reading this However something kept me engaged until the end maybe curiosity about the execution If I could literally portray my reactions at the turn of proceedings Okay what Okay what again Why again How again When again So the story line started with the mother having dreams about her unborn son who is destined to be a warrior I felt like it was a bit over stretching and overdone at time of Prithviraj s birth before his birth and after his birth I had a hard time remembering who s who and figuring out hidden motives like all the times This was slow paced First time in life tinge of supernatural got on my nerves Moreover the interconnecting link rather weakened because of the confusion and concept became layered by haziness The growing up of Prithviraj and until the time he started his reign was a bit sluggish and I felt the end was too much abrupt The journey part of Prithviraj was amazingly atmospheric but seemed irrelevant It seemed like the author has tried too hard not to make it typical Indian author book typos and certainly not a love story The alien interjection about Prithviraj s affection for a girl he saved named Yogita kind of seemed irony to me She got into his life and all of sudden vanished in betweens found her way into his enemy s harem risked her life to get back to Prithviraj to warn and save his life when he wanted her back into his life her conscience came into the picture all of sudden and she attempted suicide Also the stories about Princess Samyukta or SamyogitaaShe married his statue and her love for Prithviraj which is almost legend which is barely touched upon as mentioned it was love at first sightokay I agreed with that but why such a plot twist that she was daggered by Rani Padmavati first wife of Prithviraj Rather blew me off Characters Bespoken Confusion All the way confusion and too much confusion kept coming on my way as I kept forgetting kings names along with their subjections Nevertheless the character sketches of Someshwar Karpuradevi Kanchanadevi Mahamantri Kanha and Prithviraj are somewhat brilliant in their own way World Building The war details I am completely sold out for it Reminded me of movie Baahubali All those plotting and politics and mind games by Prithviraj really amazingI wish there were details about the battle between him and Muhammad of Ghor because for me always the most interesting part of the story was battle of Tarain About writing style Throwing excellent vocabulary to re phrase sentences doesn t deepen emotions it just further complicates the subjective matter I have always strongly felt this The writing is a bit dense At times it felt like I am reading a social studies textbook and I have to remember names In addition at times this thought did strike me that if you dump so much information on a person who is been familiar with the timeline of the events heshe would definitely understand and digest it but I am literally dreading what will happen to the one who is completely ignorant Also Have a care how you speak old man such conservations seemed like they have been translated from Hindi without proper sentence formations I read the terms Bowels for like eight times And those philosophical conversations at time dragged A mother is a fool He was never yours alone And never will be Prepare yourself for the reign of the king of the earth For fame and fortune love and death glory and grief The sentence starting threw me off the edge Getting him to park his royal bottom in one place during the course of his lessons proved to be a tedious task as he was forever giving his tutors the slip Like seriouslyAlso the cover and the blurb seemed uite melodramatic and slightly contradicting to me Overall Sometimes grief may drive a man to do things he wouldn t otherwise So true PS I would recommend this one to all the history lovers part of me is glad that it did not turn out into typical love story

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Im from afar and when Prithviraj Chauhan claimed her for his own defying the wrath of an implacable foe their happiness was complete Victorious in love and w. A blend of history and heroes who rule your worldPrithviraj Chauhan was the Indian king who controlled present day Rajstham Haryana and Delhi with some parts of Punjab Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh from 1178 to 1192 Having a large area to rule his legend is well known and his stories are full of inspiration battles and charm His military success and failures shape the future of a vast and still developing continentThis is why he was an important character in the history and portraying him his actions victory and defeats in writing is both challenging and interesting It needs research and then a balance between fiction and reality making the work entertaining for the readers and at the same time presenting the work carefully All the steps have been covered by the author and a commendable book is its result The writing is lyrical and polished As you go on experiencing the ups and downs of the lives of the protagonists there develops a bond which is strong and unforgettable The battle scenes are class apart A cool cover adds fun to the reading experience Anuja Chandramouli s take on Indian history is top notch She sees some incidences minor or major and makes the readers see new perspectives expanding the thinking process and establishing a new found respect and interest for the history culture and traditionsFor experiencing Indian history and its dynamics you should certainly read the works from Anuja Chandramouli

  • Paperback
  • 350
  • Prithviraj Chauhan
  • Anuja Chandramouli
  • English
  • 03 October 2018
  • 9780143441199

About the Author: Anuja Chandramouli

Anuja Chandramouli is a bestselling Indian author and New Age Indian Classicist Her highly acclaimed debut novel Arjuna Saga of a Pandava Warrior Prince was named by India as one of the top 5 books in the Indian Writing category for the year 2013 Kamadeva The God of Desire and Shakti The Divine Feminine are her other bestsellers Currently all three books are being translated into Hi



10 thoughts on “Prithviraj Chauhan

  1. says:

    I would like to thank the author for providing me a copy in exchange for an honest review First a few words about Prithviraj Chauahan He was one of most powerful kings of India and stories of his exploits have reac

  2. says:

    None of my books made me feel as guilty as Prithviraj Chauhan by Anuja Chandramouli Anuja had sent me the review copy before the book was released but it was wrongly couriered to other address It took me almost a

  3. says:

    Thanks to Anuja Chandramouli for the review copy in exchange for an honest opinionPrithviraj The literal meaning of the name Ruler of the EarthThe way his name is so glorious it is been said his reign was than magnificent Well there is literall

  4. says:

    Prithviraj chauhan was a very fascinating book Anuja Chandramouli has done a remarkable job I liked that the book started from the events that happened before the birth of Prithvi The palace dynamics powerplaygossi

  5. says:

    This is the second book of Anuja Chandramouli that I have read after Kartikeya The Destroyer's Son and find her to a very credible storyteller of Indian historical and mythological fiction The characters while still great heroes are a

  6. says:

    I have loved Anuja Chandramouli's writing ever since I read her Yama's Lieutenant series Her command in mythologic

  7. says:

    A blend of history and heroes who rule your worldPrithviraj Chauhan was the Indian king who controlled present day Rajstham Haryana and Delhi with some parts of Punjab Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh from 1178 to 1192 Having a large area to rule his legend is well known and his stories are full of inspiration ba

  8. says:

    Note I received book from the author in exchange for an honest review Many thanks to author and publisher Stars 475 That sums 5Prithviraj Chauhan or Rai Pithora in the folk legends was an Indian king from the Chahamana Chauhan dynasty ruled from 1178 to 1192 CEI’m warning you this review is my thought dumping Whatever I felt or came in my m

  9. says:

    uote from the Book I Liked 'The worst deeds usually have the best justifications and it has seldom amounted to much in terms of exonerating one for unforgivable crimes' Para 3 Page 290 Rating 355 Synopsis Prithviraj Chauhan was destiny's chosen one singled out for glory and greatness During the course of an extraordinary life he transcended the limits imposed on mortals and achieved Godlike lustre The conuering hero dreamed of a united l

  10. says:

    My thanks to the author for a review copy of this bookThis is the fourth book I’ve read by Anuja Chandramouli and while the first three I read were mythology and a combination of mythology and fantasy this one is purely historical fiction Now I must confess that as is the case with Kartikeya the other book by Chandramouli I read earlier

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