My Hair Is White And Thin, Now In A Few Moons, The Goddess Will Claim Me, And I Do Not Have A Fresh Young Virgin By My Side To Absorb My Knowledge And Take My Place Once I Am Gone The Mysteries Of Ganga And Her Sight Will Vanish With Me, And The Great River Will Become Nothing Than A Body Of Lifeless Water It Is My Intention, Therefore, To Tell You The Story As It Happened, As I Saw It Happen The Mahabharata Is The Story Of Women, Even Though Men Have Focused Far Too Much On The Great Battle It Is Women Who Have Set Events In Motion, Guided The Action And Measured The Men The Winds Of Hastinapur Begins At The Point That Ganga Was Cursed And Sent To Earth She Lives Among The Mortals And Bears Shantanu, The King Of Hastinapur, Seven Children, All Of Whom She Kills With The Eighth, She Leaves That Boy, Who Returns To Earth, Will Prove To Be The Key To The Future Of HastinapurThe Story, As Told Through The Lives Of His Mother Ganga And Stepmother Satyavati, Is Violent, Fraught With Conflict And Touched With MagicA Lady Of The River Who Has No Virgin Daughter To Carry On Her Legacy, Celestials Who Partake Of A Mysterious Lake They Guard With Their Very Lives, Sages Overcome By Lust, A Randy Fisher Princess These And Other Characters Lend A Startling New Dimension To A Familiar Tale SharathKomarraju Does Not So Much Retell The Epic As Rewrite It
Sharath Komarraju is an author of fiction and nonfiction based in Bangalore, India Once a software engineer, now he writes for a living, and on lazy days he watches cricket and talks to his wife often at the same time.His most popular work to date is the Hastinapur series, in which he speaks into the silences of the Mahabharata story through the epic s many women characters.
- 320 pages
- The Winds of Hastinapur (Hastinapur, #1)
- Sharath Komarraju
- 10 April 2019 Sharath Komarraju