The Wielder of the Trishul: Deva-Asura Katha — Book I

The Wielder of the Trishul: Deva-Asura Katha — ...

  • Author: Satyam Srivastava

Satyam creates a fascinating fantasy world inspired by our Puranas. An age-old legend has been skilfully retold. - ANAND NEELAKANTAN THE LEGEND OF INDRA AND VRITA A tale of Devas and Asuras, where in the mythical planet of Dhruva-Lok, rests Lord Shivas Trishul which no one has been able to wield in centuries. With prophecy, oath, boon and curse, the stage is set for a heroic clash between justice, duty and love Who wields the might Trishul? Which side will Lord Vishnu take in an inevitable war? Will a righteous one do adharma to honour his oath? Will injustice be done to a lower class student? Will a king be chained to his sons love? Who upholds Dharma, and who falters? Book One takes you to the origin of this epic journey. The forces of Devas and Asuras, laid out in flesh and blood are rising to discover their powers. A fierce battle lies ahead as the destinies of everyone are about to collide. A war story on what it means to be human

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