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Book Title: Vengeance of Ravana
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The original epic, The Ramayana, was written hundreds of years ago, but its charm continues till this very day. Ashok K. Banker rekindles a new life in this age-old epic with his eight part rendition. This book is the seventh one in the series. In this book, Rama is faced with a new challenge. Ravana has been successfully slewed by the brothers. Yet, there arrives someone at the gates of Ayodhya, carrying a dangerous weapon and followed by an army who seek revenge on Rama. The wish for a peaceful life with his beloved wife Sita that Rama had nurtured now faces a serious challenge from the untimely visit of this stranger. Now, Rama must act on his dharma and not give in to any temptations or evil plans that Ravana may have cleverly arranged to trap the king of Ayodhya. The Ramayana is generally taken to conclude with the killing of Ravana. However, this book throws light on the less discussed portion, which tells us that evil is not necessarily restricted in just one form, Ravana, but prevalent everywhere in life. Moreover, the book brings down Rama and Sita from the divine pedestal to the level of humans. This novel is the seventh in the series with the final one, Sons Of Sita, concluding the saga. It is the style of the novel which makes it an easy read and enhances the readability factor

Author Name: Ashok K. Banker
Reference Number:3855
ISBN: 9780143066996
Number of Pages: 320
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