The War Of Lanka Ram Chandra Series by Amish:
The War Of Lanka Ram Chandra Series by Amish is a blindingly good epic adventure of self-discovery, heroism, and family. In each book, the author, Amish Tripathi, manages to craft a cohesive storyline out of each character that becomes compelling and entertaining to read. This is definitely a series that I will be revisiting and rereading again in the years to come.
The way the author weaves together the narratives of Ram, Sita, and Raavan is simply masterful.
The intensity of the emotions on display – greed, rage, grief, love – is palpable. And the stakes! Sita has kidnapped, and Ram is willing to do whatever it takes to get her back. The build-up to the war is electric, and when it finally arrives, it’s a true spectacle.
One thing that really struck me about the book is how it tackles the concept of Dharma. For those who may not be familiar, Dharma is a complex idea in Hinduism that can roughly translated to “righteousness” or “duty.” It’s a crucial part of the Ramayana, the ancient epic that serves as the basis for the Ram Chandra Series.
Ram The Hero Of The Story
Ram, the hero of the story, bound by his Dharma as a prince and later as a king. He must uphold justice and protect his people, even if it means going to war. But at the same time, he’s also bound by his love for Sita, and he’s willing to risk everything to save her. Raavan, on the other hand, portrayed as a complex figure with his own set of moral codes. He’s not just a one-dimensional villain, but a character with his own motivations and desires.
The way Amish handles these themes both thought-provoking and entertaining. He doesn’t shy away from the difficult questions, but he also doesn’t sacrifice the fast-paced action that makes the series so compelling.
The action is heart-pounding and epic, as Ram prepares for war with Raavan, fueled by his love for Sita and his unwavering devotion to Dharma.
But it’s not just the battles that make this book so captivating – it’s the characters. Ram is a hero for the ages, a warrior with a heart of gold who will stop at nothing to rescue his beloved Sita. And Sita herself is a force to reckoned with, defiant and fearless in the face of her captors. Even the villainous Raavan given depth and complexity, making him a worthy opponent for Ram.
I absolutely blown away by the incredible attention to detail in this book! The descriptions of the famous Ram Setu bridge, built by Ram’s youngest brother, were just breathtaking. I felt like I was right there, marveling at the engineering genius of it all. And the characters – wow. Each one felt so fully realized and alive like they could jump right off the page and into my world. This book truly is a work of art, a masterful blend of history, mythology, and sheer imagination. I am in awe of the author’s talent and skill.
And then there’s the love between Ram and Sita, which is the beating heart of the story. Their devotion to each other is unwavering, even in the face of seemingly insurmountable obstacles. It’s a love that inspires and moves, and it’s what makes the war for Dharma all the more compelling.
Of course, like any adventure, there are moments of peril and uncertainty. There were times when I found myself on the edge of my seat, wondering if Ram and his allies would emerge victorious. And while there were a few parts of the story that felt rushed, they were minor bumps in the road of an otherwise exhilarating ride.
In the end, this book left me feeling uplifted and inspired. It’s a testament to the power of love, courage, and faith in the face of adversity. So if you’re looking for an epic tale of heroism and devotion, look no further than the Ram Chandra Series. You won’t disappointed.
Overall, I think the Ram Chandra Series is a must-read for anyone who loves epic fantasy, mythology, or just a damn good story. It’s filled with larger-than-life characters, high-stakes drama, and profound philosophical themes. And best of all, it’s just plain fun.
Be warned, The Ram Chandra Series is a think piece of the highest order. It will make you question your beliefs in everything from religion to justice to karma and more. It’s a very different take on a story that’s been told a million times before, but that doesn’t make it any less engaging – if anything, it adds to the wonder of discovering this fresh interpretation of events we thought we already knew all about.