Karna – Victory in Death – Review and Ratings

Karna – Victory in Death – Review and Ratings

Unwanted by his mother, snubbed by his blood-brothers and ridiculed by all, this is the story of the unsung hero of the Mahabharata. The graphic novel traces the life-journey of this brave and noble man who became victim to the twists of fate. Loyal to a fault, Karna’s blind devotion to the wicked prince Duryodhana, the one man who accepts him as a friend, leads him to side with the Kauravas and fight against his own brothers in the Battle of Kurukshetra.

STORY - 7/10 Most of us know or at least have heard about Karna from Mahabharata, but through this graphic novel, we get to know, about the life and struggles of this mighty warrior in vivid details, a hero who had been robbed of what he deserved, time and again; For whom, a turn of fate meant more bad than good, who didn't bow down to anyone but yet been a humble and generous giver, but amidst all the noble qualities, how come, Karna is not regarded as a true hero? Well, you get your answer in this graphic novel,...
Prince of Ayodhya – Review with Inside Art

Prince of Ayodhya – Review with Inside Art

Ayodhya, the capital of a great kingdom ruled by king Dashratha, is an unconquerable city. Prince Rama is all set to ascend the throne and rule peacefully, but he witnesses an apocalyptic vision of its destruction. Evil plans are set in motion that will lead to the fall of all mortal kingdoms! So, along with his brother, Lakshman and the sage Vishwamitra, Rama travel is to Bhayanak-van to meet the first of his many nemeses.

Prince of Ayodhya – SUMMARY Prince of Ayodhya is written by Ashok K Banker and illustrated by Sachin Nagar. The graphic novel is an adaptation of the Ramayana and when We say Ramayana it uses references and stories from almost all the popular versions of it across the country. And explains it beautifully in its 10-page introduction that the Rama’s story is not about facts and figures but more about morals. And therefore all the versions of Ramayana have contradictory facts but what remains same is the moral and learnings from the life of Rama. In this introduction part, writer...
Draupadi: The Fire Born Princess – Review and Ratings

Draupadi: The Fire Born Princess – Review and Ratings

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.

Draupadi: The Fire Born Princess – Synopsis 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 emphasized some of the bitter facts of the epic story. Draupadi: The Fire Born Princess – Story – 8.75...