Chaturanga Baahubali Book Review
Political intrigue is astir in the land of Mahishmathi. After the failed coup staged by the Vaithalikas, Sivagami finds herself elevated to the position of bhoomipathi, from where she can more ably pursue her burning goal to avenge her father’s death. Meanwhile, there is a tussle between the two sons of the maharaja of Mahishmathi for the crown. And behind the scenes, a wily, skilled player of the political game moves the pieces to topple the king, Somadeva.
Will the maharaja—usually able to match wits with the best of them—prevail? Or will one of his many enemies finally be able to best him at this game of Chaturanga?
Set against a backdrop of ambition, love, loyalty, passion and greed, the second book in the Bāhubali: Before the Beginning series is a twist-a-minute page-turner—riveting and deeply satisfying.
Bahubali Before The Begining Book 2 | Chaturanga | Rise Of Sivagami
About the Author
Anand Neelakantan is the bestselling author of Asura: Tale of the Vanquished, the Ajaya series and Vanara—the Legend of Baali, Sugreeva and Tara. His books have been translated into more than fourteen languages, including Indonesian.
Anand has also written the screenplays for hugely popular TV series including Siya Ke Ram, Ashoka and Mahabali Hanuman. He writes columns in The Hindu, Indian Express, The Pioneer, Washington Post, and Scroll.in.
The first book in the Bāhubali series, The Rise of Sivagami, was released in 2017 and was the Amazon remarkable book of the year. The book was shortlisted for the Crossword Popular Award and received the Kalinga International Literary Award for the best popular fiction, 2017. Netflix has announced a series based on the Bāhubali books.
Anand lives in Mumbai with his family.
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