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Vanara-the legend of Baali, Sugreeva and Tara My review of the book Vanara The Legend of Baali, Sugreeva and Tara There are many hidden layers to a story..infact history itself is a tale told by the victor However , a tale takes on a different hue when told from a new perspective We are all familiar with the Ramayana This story is not a retelling of it, but instead recounts the events in the life of one undefeated hero Baali, his brother Sugreeva and Tara.Orphan brothers Baali and Sugreeva were born and raised in abject poverty The tribe was mocked and looked down upon as being fit only to be slaves.Determined to change this, Baali and his brother build a country for his tribesmen..where the colour of one s skink is immaterial Things seem to be going well when the brothers meet Tara the daughter of a tribal doctor.Loved by one brother..desired by another..this love triangle would change the course of his 2019 YearinBooks Book 43I love mythology and especially Indian mythology I ve read the Ramayana and about the fight between Baali and Sugreeva in which Rama kills the former But that s all I have read about the Vanara brothers It was nice to read this book which expanded on the tale leading to that fight.In the novel, the author shares the tale of how Kishkindha, the kingdom of the Vanaras was built by Baali, Sugreeva and Nala the architect It starts with a tale of brotherly love before the arrival of Tara, the woman both brothers want.Fantasy mythology genre novels need to be engaging This KINDLE Vanara The Legend Of Baali, Sugreeva And Tara By Anand Neelakantan Easyfaroairporttransfers.co.uk Baali And Sugreeva Of The Vana Nara Tribe Were Orphan Brothers Who Were Born In Abject Poverty And Grew Up As Slaves Like Most Of Their Fellow Tribesmen They Were Often Mocked As The Vanaras, The Monkey Men Sandwiched Between The Never Ending War Between The Deva Tribes In The North And The Asura Tribes In The South, The Vana Naras Seemed To Have Lost All Hope But Baali Was Determined Not To Die A Slave Aided By His Beloved Brother, Sugreeva, Baali Built A Country For His People The Capital City, Kishkindha, Became A Beacon Of Hope For Emancipated Slaves From Across The World It Was A City Of The People, By The People, For The People, Where There Was No Discrimination Based On Caste, Creed, Language Or The Colour Of Skin For A Brief Period In History, It Seemed As If Mankind Had Found Its Ideal Hero In Baali But Then Fate Intervened Through The Beautiful Tara, The Daughter Of A Tribal Physician Loved By Baali And Lusted After By Sugreeva, Tara Became The Cause Of A Fraternal War That Would Change History For Ever.The Love Triangle Between Baali, Tara And Sugreeva Is Arguably The World S First Written By Anand Neelakantan Who Gave A Voice To Ravana In Asura, Duryodhana In The Ajaya Series And Sivagami In The Baahubali Series, Vanara Is A Classic Tale Of Love, Lust And Betrayal Shakespearean In Its Tragic Depth And Epic In Its Sweep, Vanara Gives Voice To The Greatest Warrior In The Ramayana Baali. A very compelling, intriguing and a must read by Anand Neelakantan Vanara, a book deals not just with the love triangle and all the conspiracies you can hear but, it also deals with the uprisings from the lowly and fulfilling the dream of building an empire Kishkindha, the empire who never had that much attention in our mythology about how it was made and the values associated with The neglected vana nara and the struggles all that is bind with the dilemma of Tara and a twistin Again he comes with the story that tells the story of the hunted than the hunters as long as the lion learns to write, all the stories will glorify the hunter Never before read the story of kishkinda Interesting stuf WowI love the way of story telling I love how the author has explored Tara s and Sugreevas mind I love the way how he interprets Ruma and Tara I have read only very few books which can interpret woman s mind The love triangle is well plotted What a great book But Asura remai If you were next to me Anand Neelkantan, I would have hugged you and cried my heart out What a tale have you told my man What a tale I am proud of you Anand You are one of the finest writers that India has and may you keep writing till eternity.This book for one made me laugh, made me cry and made me one with Baali and Tara and their love for each other I cried when Baali says I might be a misfit in this world that is rapidly changing and men like Angada would be taking over the reins soon Tara, if you are listening as a soul somewhere, I want you to know that I miss Baali as much as you do Men like him are misfits in this world misguided by a twisted version of Dharma One of the most important facets of a book is the ability of the author to involve the reader in the story I have grown up hearing Ramayana right from when I was 5 years old I have heard the tale of Wali Baali countless times I have believed him to be evil and wild and animalistic That is how the tale is told, usually If one had to envision the story of Ramayana from a Vanara point of For me, a good story is that, which keeps you in its grip till the very end, and the remnant of the story with me long after I have done reading And the real author is that who knows how to tell a tale that becomes grander and grander in readers imagination Author Anand Neelkanthan is one such author who knows how to create an exquisite art out of the simple tale.Author Neelkanthan has penned some very popular books Asura, The Rise of Sivagami, Ajaya 1 Roll of the Dice and, Ajaya 2 Rise of Kali, out of which I read only Asura He also has scripted a few TV shows like Siya Ke Ram, Chakravartin Ashoka, and Sankatmochan Mahabali Hanuman.I have grown up listening to Ramayana right from the day I started walking I d thought Baali to be a heartless and self centered character But Anand totally shattered the image I had in mind of Bali and Sugreeva of my childhood Vanara is a mythological fiction A tale of love, jealousy, respect, deception, and ambitions This is also a story of the struggle of freedom of the Vanquished ones Vana Naras or rather Vanaras to free themselves from the shackles slavery of Devas as well as Asuras Told from the perspective of three main protagonist Bali, Sugreeva and Tara, whose fate is entwined to each other in complex ways The story is very intriguing and enthralling The narration really bowled me over I could feel the emotions of Ba Riveting and compelling Watch the detailed video review on my channel. Baali is a heart wrenching love story that explores the grey areas of emotions Raw in its appeal, it takes the reader to the era when the Vanaras lived Baali s philosophy towards God, life and his high values and conditional love for his brother and wife has been portrayed so well You love his strength yet his vulnerability The book explores the heart of Tara, her conflicting emotions, her strength and her helplessness which makes the book so much women

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