RETELLS HISTORY IN THE FORM OF A GRIPPING STORY.
'The Prince Of Pataliputra' narrates the tale of Ashoka, as he rises from the ashes, to make his place as one of the most powerful emperors in history.
It is a powerful book, and successfully explores the elements of 'politics', 'love', 'deceit', 'bravery', 'treachery' and 'heroism'.
Shreyas Bhave, effortlessly weaves the tale of the last few years of Bibisar's reign, Ashoka, Chanakya, Chandragupta and other significant figures from the Mauryan Empire.
It keeps you intrigued. It's appropriate pace makes it a page-turner.
With an interesting prologue, and an informative epilogue, and an extremely well-knitted content, it is a book that deserves more of lime-light.
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BLURB OF THE BOOK:
"272 BC, Bharathvarsha, Land of the Aryas....
Samrat Bindusar, son of Chandragupta and the second Samrat Chakravartin of all the Aryas rules over the massive subcontinent from his holy seat in Patliputra. Almost five decades ago, his father had laid the foundations of this vast Samrajya guided by the famed Guru Arya Chanakya. But now, the wealth and glory of the past has subsided...
As the Samrat’s health continues to decline due to an unknown illness, problems are arising all over his realm. There is infighting and rebellion. No clear successor to him is present. Ninety nine of his sons stand in line waiting for his throne...
Bharathvarsha needs a Chandragupta once again. And it needs a Chanakya too. Can the young Prince Asoka, who is the least favorite son of the Samrat, fill in the boots of his grandfather? Can Radhagupta, a mere Councilor of the Court be what Chanakya was to all the Aryas?
Begin a new adventure with the first book of the Asoka trilogy as you read to find the answer to one great question-
'That who shall be the next Samrat of this holy land of the Aryas?"
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