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‘They can claim to know her because she is unknowable…They speak her words because she never utters a word.’
This is the story of Ganga, Madri, Pritha and Gandhari: women of the Mahabharata who, driven by their fears and ambitions, trigger events that lead to an epic war, propelling kings, princes and warriors towards glory and bloodshed, sin and redemption.
What came to an end at Kurukshetra took root in throne rooms and bed chambers, hermitages and sacred lakes, prisons and shrines, on horseback and under the stars.
This immersive, gripping retelling of the Mahabharata through the eyes of its female characters reveals how fates are sealed and destinies altered when women begin pulling the strings.
About the Author
Sharath Komarraju is an author of fiction and non-fiction based in Bangalore, India. His best known work is the Hastinapur series, written in the voices of the Mahabharata’s many women characters. His first novel, Murder in Amaravati, was longlisted for the Commonwealth Book Prize, 2013.
Once a software engineer, he now tells stories full time. When he is not writing or reading, he can be found watching cricket on television, talking to his wife, or munching on the nearest chocolate bar.
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