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Trailer ð The Curse of Brahma PDF by ð Jagmohan S. Bhanver Though the book is a part of Krishna Trilogy, the main character of the first book is not the witty lord In stead,it is the story of Amartya, who was punished for others deed and transformed himself from a Brahmarishi to the feared Dark Lord, it is the story of Kansa, who was transformed from a noble prince to one of the most evil characters in Indian Mythology The book is about the fate and about our choices who in turn, decide our fate It is a book which will arise question in your mindis the evil really evil Is the good really good It also provoke thoughts on the idea that the thing which is evil to us, may not be evil to some one else The matter of good or bad lies on one s perspective.
Jagmohan Bhanver is superb in his first The Man Who Became A BrahmarishiThe Curse That Banished Him To The Hell Of HellsAnd The Revenge That Threatens To Destroy The Three WorldsWhen Lord Brahma, The God Of Creation, Banishes His Star Pupil From Swarglok In A Fit Of Rage, He Does Not Foresee That His Decision Will Alter The Fate Of The Three Worlds Mortally Wounded, And Anguished At Brahma S Unfair Punishment, His Pupil Struggles To Survive In Tamastamah Prabha, The Hell Of Hells In Time, He Becomes The Dark Lord, The Most Feared Figure In Pataal Lok, Who Swears To Destroy BrahmaThe Power Of The Dark Lord Soon Begins To Make Its Presence Felt In The Mortal World Vasudev, The Brave Prince Of Bateshwar, Becomes The Hunter Of Asura Assassins His Closest Friend, Kansa, Almost Dies While Trying To Save His Sister From A Group Of Deadly Monsters And The Most Valiant Kings In Mrityulok Turn Over To The Dark Side, Driven By Forces Beyond Their ControlOnly One Person Threatens The Dark Lord S Well Laid Plans Devki, The Beautiful Princess Of Madhuvan, Who Is Destined To Give Birth To The Warrior KrishnaWill The Dark Lord Allow Krishna The Person Who Has Been Prophesied To Destroy Him To Be Born It is the perfect book I wanted to read on mythological history I read each and every line from the beginning with full enthusiasm The author tied me in his art I loved it I will gladly wait for the next books in Krishna Trilogy.
Rating 3.
5 5I enjoy reading Indian mythology based stories and when I heard about this one, I knew I just had to check it out.
The title and cover are intriguing and enigmatic Managing to successfully capture my attention, I was further lured in by the blurb that promised an interesting read.
The Curse of Brahma by Jagmohan Bhanver, at first glance, looks like it is the story of Lord Krishna but this isn t the case Here we get the story of Krishna from his Uncle Kansa s perspective along with a parallel story line of the star pupil of Lord Brahma who was exiled by his teacher and who went on to become the most feared evil Lord.
The story starts in a promising manner and I was instantly engaged in the action The author has a fluid style of writing and managed to create a visual of the scenes and events in my mind Successful in maintaining my interest and suspense, I stayed Though the book is a part of Krishna Trilogy, the main character of the first book is not the witty lord In stead,it is the story of Amartya, who was punished for others deed and transformed himself from a Brahmarishi to the feared Dark Lord, it is the story of Kansa, who was transformed from a noble prince to one of the most evil characters in Indian Mythology The book is about the fate and about our choices who in turn, decide our fate It is a book which will arise question in your mindis the evil really evil Is the good really good It also provoke thoughts on the idea that the thing which is evil to us, may not be evil to some one else The matter of good or bad lies on one s perspective.
Jagmohan Bhanver is superb in his first I m hardly convinced or happy when given to read any work based on Vedic Historyespecially when it comes to a book In fact i can so picky as to even resent the word Mythology attached to Vedic history, and scrutinise each every detail of plot, language, characterisation etc in great length therefore, i was very sceptical when i was given this book to review But this wonderful new release just took the cake for me What a Brilliant Story, Narrative, Characterisation merging of fiction fact Kudos Jagmohan Bhanverthe 1st part of Krishna Trilogy ROCKED Can t wait to read the next part Please read my detailed review of The Curse of Brahma here I m hardly convinced or happy when given to read any work based on Vedic Historyespecially when it comes to a book In fact i can so picky as to even resent the word Mythology attached to Vedic history, and scrutinise each every detail of plot, language, characterisation etc in great length therefore, i was very sceptical when i was given this book to review But this wonderful new release just took the cake for me What a Brilliant Story, Narrative, Characterisation merging of fiction fact Kudos Jagmohan Bhanverthe 1st part of Krishna Trilogy ROCKED Can t wait to read the next part Please read my detailed review of The Curse of Brahma here It would be too early to say but Jagmohan Bhanver has done a phenomenal job in penning down this first piece of Krishna puzzle This is a very well researched and very well written piece of mythological fiction that takes you on a different journey all together Like Amish s work, this is not an easy read and the author hasn t increased the font just to make it a bulky one Indeed, this one is class apart, takes time to sink in and the way he has weaved the characters is just superb People have written that since it s Krishna s story so he should be in it from Page 1 GET A LIFE folks.
Jagmonhan Bhanver s The Curse of Brahma follows the trail of recent productions from India that factiously delves into the featured mythologies and legends and recasting them in an entirely different mould, minting characters that are closely modeled upon the modern man The book focuses on the instances leading to the birth of Lord Krishna and unravels on a logical term, the entire birth story Since eons past we have been intrigued by the logic of why Kansa in the first place allowed the marriage of Devki and Vasudev and have posed a very sarcastically logical question as to why Kansa allowed them to be in the same prison chamber Elders have always fumbled upon such innocent questions by young ones and escaped finding an excuse that this is how the myth is Bhanver have, in a way, found a way to logically put across solutions for such puzzle I READ, I FELTStory line Interesting and thought provoking, the book blends facts with fiction beautifully Kansa one of the most hated characters of Indian mythology, is depicted in a different light making one empathize with him Another important character, in fact the main protagonist i.
e.
Amartya Kalyanesu, also sets us thinking One wonders who is evil, the one who s acts do not augur well for others like the Dark Lord or the one who is actually the root cause of all troubles i.
e Lord Brahma in this novel The book is in fact an eye opener One realizes that neither the Dark Lord nor Kansa were evil In fact they were pure of heart It was circumstances or should I say the deeds of others that made them turn evil In short the story draws our attention to the ha I have been reading a lot of Mythology books recently and so, i was wondering if this book interests me or not before taking this up I was hesitant to read another mythology, especially first part of a trilogy series I am fond of Mythology from childhood and heard many stories on Ramayana, Mahabharata and Bhagavatham from my father So, obviously, my expectation is high as I want to know something which I didn t hear in my childhood stories.
As blurb mentions, this is the story of incidents and circumstances before Lord Krishna is born The story is very interesting We all know Kansa as an evil king, but I was surprised to know that he was a noble person and changed by the evil power of the so called Dark Lord The writing style is very simple like Chetan Bhagat s novels and flow is easy to follow But, there are many grammar, spe The success of a book is ascertained by the fact that the reader is able to visualize the story as happening in front of their eyes In this case I was transported to the era of the Dark Lord I felt every emotion that the characters were going through acutely the anger of the Dark Lord at the betrayal faced by him, the desperation of Kansa, the pain of Ugrasen and much Kansa deserves a special mention here While growing up, I have read the Mahabharata countless times There is no other character that I hated as much as him He was the man who killed all his sisters children But, after reading The Curse of Brahma I felt only sorrow at his fate A man who is an unwitting victim of someone else s machinations.
The point is that the author s charaterization is so powerful that it has been able to erode years of conditioning The book also throws up a number of pertin A book very much in the mould of Amish s Shiva Trilogy, so much so that it makes you wonder if it was inspired from the former From the title to the narrative to the fact that this book is the 1st of what is relatedly called The Krishna Trilogy, it radiates a familiarity that we have been accustomed to in Amish s works Familiarity breeds contempt and though no actual contempt is felt here, there are often times when you wonder if the attempt to put a spin on mythology by adding a human touch to it has been overdone It seemed innovative when the Shiva trilogy was first launched, but not any with either Amish s Ram Trilogy or with this Krishna Trilogy I felt this, particularly strongly, towards the end of this story where everyone is with Vishnu and he is depicted, as a, rather comical, genetic scientist Having said all this, I do n It is the perfect book I wanted to read on mythological history I read each and every line from the beginning with full enthusiasm The author tied me in his art I loved it I will gladly wait for the next books in Krishna Trilogy.

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