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A fitting tribute to the wielder of Siva s ax.I couldn t find a book in realm of fiction completely dedicated to Parasu Ram,rather than portraying him as a supporting character and when I find this one,Thanks to the author I m not disappointed.Right from the beginning to the end,I ve thoroughly enjoyed the book The main protagonist didn t appear till halfway through the book,that came as a bit surprise,but the void was completely filled by Arjun and his transformation from good to bad is portra A fitting tribute to the wielder of Siva s ax.I couldn t find a book in realm of fiction completely dedicated to Parasu Ram,rather than portraying him as a supporting character and when I find this one,Thanks to the author I m not disappointed.Right from the beginning to the end,I ve thoroughly enjoyed the book The main protagonist didn t appear till halfway through the book,that came as a bit surprise,but the void was completely filled by Arjun and his transformation from good to bad is portrayed brilliantly.The reason why Parasu Ram chose the way he d chosen was put forth in a believable way The interactions of Parasu Ram with Vashist and Viswamitra was written well.The emotional turmoils of Satyavati,Jamagadni,Ruchik were captured well and the philosophical theme is maintained throughout the length.As usual, the fusion of Science,Myth and Philosophy which is hallmark of the author was well maintained in this work as well For those who ve read viswamitra,this might look like a sequel to it.All in all can complete this in a single sitting and you ll thoroughly enjoy the book.Congrats to the author for portraying The Legendary Parasu Ram in a legendary way..hail the Avatar of vishnu and Disciple of Siva Parasu Ram Really a nice book for mythology lovers Detailed book review is available at Ram aka Raam was a descendant of Brahma, considered as the 6th avatar of Vishnu and worshiper of Shiva He is known better as ParshuRaam aka Parshuram , the one who holds the divine Parshu a dagger which is blessed to him by Lord Shiva There is a lot written about him, but there is a lot unknown about him as well You can find traces of his tale even in Ramayana and Mahabha Really a nice book for mythology lovers Detailed book review is available at Ram aka Raam was a descendant of Brahma, considered as the 6th avatar of Vishnu and worshiper of Shiva He is known better as ParshuRaam aka Parshuram , the one who holds the divine Parshu a dagger which is blessed to him by Lord Shiva There is a lot written about him, but there is a lot unknown about him as well You can find traces of his tale even in Ramayana and Mahabharata as well, and yet, it is tough to find a consolidated account of Parshuram s life.Dr Vineet Aggrawal, a famous author who started his career as an author by writing a book about Vishwamitra, came with a detailed book on Parshuram.The plot of this book has its root in the book about Vishwamitra, however, don t worry if you haven t read it yet The book is complete in itself and you can enjoy reading it without missing any important detail.The Plot Let us take a bird s eye view to the plot of the book where I will try to keep most of the spoilers at the bay, but some of them are unavoidable.It all stars with the actions of Ruchik, the descendant of Bhrigu who feel disheartened by the actions of his wife Satyavati and her mother, as decided to leave the domestic life He leaves everything in a moment, including his newborn, and went to the Himalayas to complete his spiritual journey.The Karma is a great leveler and one has to fulfill all his her duties, and thus, the circumstances took the turn and Ruchik has to come back into the lives of his wife Satyavati and son Yamadagni aka Jamadagni Arjun is one of the great rulers of Nabhivarsh and he followed the path of Dharma With the able guidance of his father and immense warrior skills of his own, he went ahead to have some of the most remarkable political alliances and fought some great wars, all to establish the kingdom of Dharma all over the earth He was almost successful in his efforts.Almost, because, there are tribes, which want to keep following their own way of ruling and don t care much about the ideal practices advised by the Dharma And some of the most cunning minds and brave fighters were there at their side also Adding to them was Ravana, the rising figure in Asura tribe who is of mixed origin and possessor of the good qualities of both the clans.Why, Arjun, the ferocious warrior, better known as Sahatrarjun, then is considered as the one who did some wrong stuffs Why he is killed by Raam who became Parshuram by then And why Raam started a series of wiping out the Kshatryia rulers who were not following the path of Dharma The sequence of actions and their reactions, are better to explore by reading this book.Views and Reviews The book is written in a gripping manner and is a delight for the lovers of Indian Mythogoly More importantly it explore the characters which are comparatively less explored, but played a very important role in making Bharat that is India what it is today.Of course, there are some gaps when you try to trace the incidents mentioned in various scriptures, which the author may need to go through to collect material for this book, and he had to instill the imaginary stuff there.While I think that the character of the protagonist could have been givenfootage, especially, his days of teen, whatever explored is good in terms of content and representation both Despite it being the story of Raam, the incident which were responsible to make him Parshuram are explored quite nicely Before many years, when reading reviews for a movie, I found a nice line written by a reviewer which was telling something like, without properly exploring the antagonist, you cannot explore the abilities of the protagonist Very true The stronger the antagonist is, the protagonist will automatically become stronger than him her Often we start marking various characters as black and white, while there is nothing can be attributes so in absolute manner Practically, almost everyone has the shades of grays, and it is the responsibility of the storyteller to explore them in that way.What I like in this book is the way the character of Arjun is explored Of course, the way characters of Ravana, Ruchik, Satyavati, Yamadagni, Renuka, Ram and others are explored are pretty effective and nice, Arjun s character is given proper footage I d not seen it is explored so much in other scriptures I came across so far And I confirm that if it is not explored so nicely, his actions and others reactions towards the same might not be that convincing With that let me tell you that each of the character is given its due importance.The book is good at philosophical and spiritual level as well The expertise of the author in building scenes and explaining surroundings and exploring battle is admirable He is a worthy competitor to the bestselling authors in this genre in many aspects.Here are some of the interesting lines from the book In every country or society, there exists a few who are unhappy with the way things are No matter how far one travelled, one had to come back home at the end of the journey Well, what is history but the variation of facts by the victorious and the self sympathizing delusions of the defeated The cover page is good but could have been a little better.Summary Overall, a fantastically retold mythological tale with logical approach The book has good literary attributes and strong characters Good one by Dr Vineet Aggarwal though I would have liked if the author elaborated a biton the transformation of Raam to Parshu Raam. Parshuram The embodiment of Lord Vishnu himself , the disciple of Lord Shiva , wielder of both the axe of Shiva and Vishnu s bow , one of the seven immortals , the man who clansed the earth from the arrogant Kshatriyas for twenty one times , the teacher of legendary warriors like Bheeshma , Karna , Dronacharya and Kripacharya , the only Bharamakhsatriya known in the history of mankind.Even after having such a larger than time personality there is no epic is available which chronicles the enti Parshuram The embodiment of Lord Vishnu himself , the disciple of Lord Shiva , wielder of both the axe of Shiva and Vishnu s bow , one of the seven immortals , the man who clansed the earth from the arrogant Kshatriyas for twenty one times , the teacher of legendary warriors like Bheeshma , Karna , Dronacharya and Kripacharya , the only Bharamakhsatriya known in the history of mankind.Even after having such a larger than time personality there is no epic is available which chronicles the entire life of Parshuram as the Ramayana for Ram and the Mahabharat for Krishna We only hear the stories of this man from the Mahabharata and the Ramayana and from many folk tales also.When I came to know about this book I picked it with great expectations and enthusiasm that finally someone tried to chronicle the life of this legend But the book can t lived up to the expactations The book isabout the situations which led a Bhramin boy Ram to become the Bharamakhsatriya Parshuram Rather than the legend of Parshuram it s Parshuram Origins The first three parts of the book covers only the story of Kartavirya Arjun and his exploits The author tried to make Kartavirya Arjun as the second protagonist of the book but the character lacked the depth The story of transformation of Arjun from protagonist to antagonist was unacceptable It was a bad and impractical idea Ravan s character is used as Shakuni of the novel Some events were very similar to the Shiva trilogy.The author has done a good job in describing the political and social conditions of India at that time but in the midst of great political canvas , which coversthan half of the book , main story which I was expecting was lost somewhere The narration was simple and good If this book was first book of any series the book would be a great start to the series.It was not what expacted.2.5 Stars The lesser known mortals of Indian mythology seen in a new insightful light Many Indians will know of the ten avatars of Lord Vishnu but seldom do any of us know any avatar aside of Lord Ram and Krishna This book is the life story of Parshuraam, the warrior avatar of Lord Vishnu The Legend of Parshuraam methodically retraces his life beginning with a perspective of how things had shaped up in the generation that ruled prior to him in Nabhivarsh older name for the Indian subcontinent The b The lesser known mortals of Indian mythology seen in a new insightful light Many Indians will know of the ten avatars of Lord Vishnu but seldom do any of us know any avatar aside of Lord Ram and Krishna This book is the life story of Parshuraam, the warrior avatar of Lord Vishnu The Legend of Parshuraam methodically retraces his life beginning with a perspective of how things had shaped up in the generation that ruled prior to him in Nabhivarsh older name for the Indian subcontinent The book also beautifully highlights the softer elements of the man who is best known as a killing machine.It is a layered story with a series of subplots each delving into the human psychology and the complexities that emanate from people trying to manipulate others to get their way It explains in a subtle way the unknown ramifications of a series of binary choices that people are faced with and the outcome that leads them to paths they would not have imagined in their wildest dreams, akin to the butterfly effect.Feel proud of Dr Vineet Aggarwal and feel happy to know that he has matured beautifully as a writer The earlier book Vishwamitra has been a good warm up to this staggering feat, the future classic fingers crossed The Legend of Parshuraam Kudos Doc cheers I have been following Dr Vineet Aggarwal s blog decodehindumythology.blogspotcom since many years now and we have become good friends because of hours of discussion on various mythologies.One day I went to a movie, an hour early, and just to pass my time, I went into Crossword and that is how I got my copy of The Legend of Parshu Raam.I bought it the second I saw it because, first, I admired the author because of his blog and second, it was a book about Parshu Raam.Many Indian authors have writ I have been following Dr Vineet Aggarwal s blog decodehindumythology.blogspotcom since many years now and we have become good friends because of hours of discussion on various mythologies.One day I went to a movie, an hour early, and just to pass my time, I went into Crossword and that is how I got my copy of The Legend of Parshu Raam.I bought it the second I saw it because, first, I admired the author because of his blog and second, it was a book about Parshu Raam.Many Indian authors have written about mythology but they limited themselves to the popular stories of Ramayan and Mahabharat Vineet has dived deep into the mythology with both his books about popular but lesser known characters Vishwamitra and now Parshuram The book is divided into three parts First part is about Parshuram s family, second is about the antagonist , Kartavirya Arjun and third is about the man of the hour, Parshuram But throughout the book, the evil is rising in the background.What I loved about the book is that it is filled with mythological information and the scientific explanations of what could have been Another thing was that whenever I heard the story of Parshuram, Kartavirya Arjun was already a villain, no explanation, just a messy king drunk with power but this book explains what went wrong and how it happened.A very easy yet gripping read Congratulations to Dr Vineet Aggarwal and Best of luck for the future endeavors The Legend of Parshu Raam, Simple, gripping and interesting read Everything about this book is pure perfection, right from the detailed description of each character to each event which one can visualize while reading Pushpak vimana s description is bang on and thorough research of un touched side of legendary action hero which makes this book a tightly bound storyline There are a lot of back stories This is much needed for people who are not familiar with them.The story goes on tell how si The Legend of Parshu Raam, Simple, gripping and interesting read Everything about this book is pure perfection, right from the detailed description of each character to each event which one can visualize while reading Pushpak vimana s description is bang on and thorough research of un touched side of legendary action hero which makes this book a tightly bound storyline There are a lot of back stories This is much needed for people who are not familiar with them.The story goes on tell how situations prevailing before his birth forced a Brahmin of Alambayin gotra Raam turns out to be the Bramhakshtriya Parshu raam The wielder of the axe Dr Vineet has managed to keep a perfect balance, between true mythological facts and fresh use of his imagination Plus, he has maintained the authenticity of the period very well If you love to read mythology, you re in for a treat with The Legend of Parshu Raam with Vineet Aman Aggarwal Fabulous book on one of the most fascinating characters of Indian mythology Dr.Vineet Agarwal, sticks to the original Purana, giving his interpretation, without deviation And fortunately, does not inject pseudo science, or force fit contemporary events Interestingly the title character actually makes his appearance half way in the book The first half, ison Parashuram s lineage, his parents, his ancestors, and the gradual transformation of Kartyavira Arjun, the antagonist, from a just, Fabulous book on one of the most fascinating characters of Indian mythology Dr.Vineet Agarwal, sticks to the original Purana, giving his interpretation, without deviation And fortunately, does not inject pseudo science, or force fit contemporary events Interestingly the title character actually makes his appearance half way in the book The first half, ison Parashuram s lineage, his parents, his ancestors, and the gradual transformation of Kartyavira Arjun, the antagonist, from a just, wise ruler to a merciless tyrant The machinations of the Naga, Asur tribes are well depicted While Dr.Agarwal does explore the inter relations between the Naga, Asur and Kshatriya clans, his language is far better than the vastly overrated Amish Tripathi s And no teen speak to make it reach out to younger audiences This is some one who knows his history, mythology and philosophy well, unlike Tripathi s half baked theories And that in itself is a reason to read this book {Free Epub} ¿ The Legend of Parshuraam Í He was the guru of Bhishma PitamahHe was the avatar of Vishnu but a disciple of ShivaAnd He shall be the martial guru of Kalki, the last Avatar in this Yuga When the Chandravanshi emperor Arjun began expanding his empire to the entire world, the Asuras hit back with an insidious plan Caught in the crossfire is Raam, who comes back from his penance tofindarrows piercing his father s body Raam vows to avenge his death by killing the evil Kshatriyastimes starting with ArjunThus begins The Legend of Parshuram A remarkable story of a remarkable manEveryone knows Parshu Raam as an avatar who massacred kshatriyas But what made him a slayer is a story seldom narrated There is a lot of mystery around this mythological character and I was very glad when I found this book written by Dr Vineet Aggarwal The book gives an in depth insight into the political situation prevailing before and after Parshu Raam s birth that forced him to take up his axe What I loved in the book is the simplicity with which the A remarkable story of a remarkable manEveryone knows Parshu Raam as an avatar who massacred kshatriyas But what made him a slayer is a story seldom narrated There is a lot of mystery around this mythological character and I was very glad when I found this book written by Dr Vineet Aggarwal The book gives an in depth insight into the political situation prevailing before and after Parshu Raam s birth that forced him to take up his axe What I loved in the book is the simplicity with which the story flows and the way new characters are introduced at the right time The book is nicely paced and every chapter has something new to offer The author is very good in establishing relationships between the characters because of which it is very easy to relate to each one of them In all, I loved reading the book and would definitely recommend it