Draupadi: The Fire-Born Princess is written by Saraswati Nagpal which is accumulated with emotions from start to the end. Overall, it was an impactful read. The biggest highlight of the book is its art which is illustrated by Manu. One of the key features of the book is that it was widely popular among international media as it was reviewed by The New York Journal of Books. The disappointing fact is that it only emphasised on some of the bitter facts of the epic war.
Dashananda, Lankeshwar, Dashagreeva, Dashkandhar, Vaishravan. He’s known by many names. He conquered both heaven and hell, and even the gods bowed to him. He was strong, wise and just, and his subjects never knew hunger or poverty. He authored one of the most powerful books on Hindu astrology, and wrote music that far surpassed even the greatest compositions of his time, on an instrument of his own creation. Yes, he’s the most reviled villain in all Hindu mythology.
How did this come to be? How did one with such obvious talents come to be hated so universally? Listen then, and learn, from the mistakes of a demon who was almost a God!
First of all, “Chanakya of Serpents and Kings” got my attention because it won best graphic novel in Comic con India 2020. The book is a work of fiction which is actually based on the life of Chanakya and the historical events took place at that time.