Demons of Chitrakut
The Original Ramayana Was Written Three Thousand Years Ago. Now, With Breathtaking Imagination And Brilliant Storytelling, Ashok K. Banker Has Recreated This Epic Tale For Modern Readers Everywhere
Rama Has Finally Thwarted The Demonlord Ravana And Quelled The Demon Invasion. He Is Wedded To The Enchanting Sita. But The Young Prince S Problems Are Far From Over. For He Has Been Challenged By Parshurama, The Axe-Wielding Brahmin Who Has Never Been Defeated.
And Should He Survive This Confrontation, A Greater Crisis Awaits Him. He Must Prepare To Face Fourteen Years In Exile Deep In The Heart Of The Forest In The Tiny Settlement Of Chitrakut, Where He Will Be Pitted Against The Vengeful Survivors Of Ravana S Rakshasas.
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