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Amish Tripathi

Scion of Ikshvaku (Ram Chandra Series)

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Original price was: ₹399.00.Current price is: ₹159.00.
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Lose yourself in this epic adventure thriller, based on the Ramayana, the story of Lord Ram, written by the multi-million bestselling Indian Author Amish; the author who has transformed Indian Fiction with his unique combination of mystery, mythology, religious symbolism and philosophy. In this book, you will find all the familiar characters you have heard of, like Lord Ram, Lord Lakshman, Lady Sita, Lord Hanuman, Lord Bharat and many others from Ayodhya. And even some from Lanka like Ravan! Read this BESTSELLER, the highest selling book of 2015, the first book of the Ram Chandra Series.


36 reviews for Scion of Ikshvaku (Ram Chandra Series)

  1. Dhirendra Ray (Verified Purchase)

    The author takes a lot of liberties with the actual Ramayan but he seems to have some rather interesting ideas. You will not like it perhaps if you would like one to adhere to the original story you will find it worthwhile if you like considerable creativity in the interpretation of the story.

  2. Amit Dhayal (Verified Purchase)

    The book does justice to the style of Amish’s writing. Having gone through the Shiva trilogy a couple of times, I have to say that this book seems a little more philosophy oriented than any of the books in the former. I was expecting to be bored by the extremely long monologues about law/dharma, but I was pleasantly surprised to see it all make sense.

  3. Ayashi Rathaur (Verified Purchase)

    This is a very interesting retelling of the Ramayana. I’ve read all the 3 books in this series so far and waiting for the 4th one!

  4. Prakash Bhavsar (Verified Purchase)

    As always, Amish has done a brilliant job in explaining the beautiful intricacies of the ancient world by logically explaining why Ram and Sita did what they did.

  5. Santosh Sharma (Verified Purchase)

    The book was a good read as such but Amish could have avoided modifying historical events only for the purpose of creating an impact. For instance, replacing the plot of Sita’s Swayamvara with Arjun’s feat of shooting the Fish’s eye in Mahabharata was totally not needed.

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