[Jagmohan S. Bhanver] The Curse of Brahma [comic strips Book] ePUB

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Ike a next door neighbor shouting ut in frustration Tank! or blushing in love The book has appealed to me better than manyf its kind for its linking up Geek Feminist Revolution of unrelated threads to finally attempt to provide an explanation for certain behaviorf the mythological characters and trying to expound the logic behind certain incidents I may not call this literary masterpiece but i ll definitely call this a carefully crafted work that is entertaining The success Lucky Luciano of a book is ascertained by the fact that the reader is able to visualize the story as happening in frontf their eyes In this case I was transported to the era A Reader& of the Dark Lord I felt every emotion that the characters were going through acutely the angerf the Dark Lord at the betrayal faced by him the desperation The Ladys Handbook for Her Mysterious Illness of Kansa the painf Ugrasen and much Kansa deserves a special mention here While growing up I have read the Mahabharata countless times There is no Churchill other character that I hated as much as him He was the man who killed all his sisters children But after reading the Cursef Brahma I felt Euripides Fabulae: Vol. II: (Sup., El., Her., Tro., Iph.Tau., Ion): 2 only sorrow at his fate A man who is an unwitting victimf someone else s machinationsThe point is that the author s charaterization is so powerful that it has been able to erode years Jean-Paul Sartre of conditioning The book also throws up a numberf pertinent uestions Is evil really evil and vice versa r is life a play f events where we are playing a part To summarize it is an intense read great characterization and an example f classy writing If I say anything I may reveal the plot which will be a gross disservice to the author So go ahead and read for yourself for it will be time worth spent Rating 355I enjoy reading Indian mythology based stories and when I heard about this ne I knew I just had to check it How Ireland Really Went Bust. by Matt Cooper outThe title and cover are intriguing and enigmatic Managing to successfully capture my attention I was further lured in by the blurb that promised an interesting readThe Cursef Brahma by Jagmohan Bhanver at first glance looks like it is the story Super Gran Abroad (Super Gran, of Lord Krishna but this isn t the case Here we get the storyf Krishna from his Uncle Kansa s perspective along with a parallel story line Bambi and Me of the star pupilf Lord Brahma who was exiled by his teacher and who went Pocahontas on to become the most feared evil LordThe story starts in a promising manner and I was instantly engaged in the action The author has a fluid stylef writing and managed to create a visual Bala Santa of the scenes and events in my mind Successful in maintaining my interest and suspense I stayed glued to my seat but while he managed to deliver a engrossing story in most parts there are also parts where the story lagged and can make the reader feel boredThe plot and the execution are promising but the story could have been told in a crisp manner Maybe we ll see it in the following partsf this trilogy For the present I enjoyed reading the book and loved revisiting loved mythological characters and reading their stories from a fresh perspectiveI don t want to give away too much Book of Magickal and Occult Rites and Ceremonies of the story with you but if you love reading about Gods and want to visit a time that was magical and so very different fromur present world then give this book a chance 35 Bald Eagle (Zeuss Pack outf 5 to The Curse f Brahma our present world then give this book a chance 35 ut Wolfsong of 5 to The Cursef Brahma me I look forward to reading the Ultimate Memory Book other partsf this trilogy and feel Jagmohan is a talented author whose books I would be checking Pelnrušķis un trollis out in the futureI received the book from the author and from the tourrganizers and I am very thankful to them The above review is my honest and unbiased Far Strike (The Transcended Book 3) opinion and in no way influenced It would be too early to say but Jagmohan Bhanver has done a phenomenal job in penning down this first piecef Krishna puzzle This is a very well researched and very well written piece O Mistério do Infante Santo of mythological fiction that takes youn a different journey all together Like Amish s work this is not an easy read and the author hasn t increased the font just to make it a bulky Disgrace (Department Q, one Indeed thisne is class apart takes time to sink in and the way he has weaved the characters is just superb People have written that since it s Krishna s story so he should be in it from Page 1 GET A LIFE folks I have been reading a lot Monsoon of Mythology books recently and so i was wondering if this book interests mer not before taking this up I was hesitant to read another mythology especially first part Slice by Slice of a trilogy series I am fondf Mythology from childhood and heard many stories Angels Flight (Legion of Angels Book 8) on Ramayana Mahabharata and Bhagavatham from my father Sobviously my expectation is high as I want to know something which I didn t hear in my childhood storiesAs blurb mentions this is the story Ice Maiden of incidents and circumstances before Lord Krishna is born The story is very interesting We all know Kansa as an evil king but I was surprised to know that he was a noble person and changed by the evil powerf the so called Dark Lord The writing style is very simple like Chetan Bhagat s novels and flow is easy to follow But there are many grammar spelling and punctuation mistakes in the book Characterization is very good

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I liked way the author shows the dual behaviour Latin Lovers Greek Husbands Bundle of Kansa with his mortal and asura natures The author portrays Jarasandha as very cruel and we as a reader actually hate him for his cunning plans and betrayal Devki is shown as a powerful brave intelligent and beautiful woman The portrayalf the Dark Lord Amartya is excellent Amartya is very cl. Ggles to survive in Tamastamah Prabha the hell Seducing the Heiress of hells In time he becomes the Dark Lord the most feared figure in Pataal Lok who swears to destroy BrahmaThe powerf the Dark Lord soon begins to make its presence felt in the mortal world Vasudev the brave prince And Cowboy Makes Three of Bateshwar becomes the hunterf Asura assassins; his closest friend Kansa almost dies while trying to save his siste. ,
Though the book is a part Teasing Her SEAL of Krishna Trilogy the main characterf the first book is not the witty lord In steadit is the story Rancher Bears Baby (Rancher Bears, of Amartya who was punished forthers deed and transformed himself from a Brahmarishi to the feared Dark Lord it is the story A Valentines Wish of Kansa who was transformed from a noble prince tone Paixão Sem Disfarce of the most evil characters in Indian Mythology The book is about the fate and aboutur choices who in turn decide Rain our fate It is a book which will arise uestion in your mindis the evil really evil Is the good really good It also provoke thoughtsn the idea that the thing which is evil to us may not be evil to some In the Matter of the Complaint Against Egbert C. Smyth and Others, Professors of the Theological Institution in Phillips Academy, Andover one else T Jagmonhan Bhanver s The Cursef Brahma follows the trail I Met Someone of recent productions from India that factiously delves into the featured mythologies and legends and recasting them in an entirely different mould minting characters that are closely modeled upon the modern man The book focusesn the instances leading to the birth Quantum (Captain Chase of Lord Krishna and unravelsn a logical term the entire birth story Since eons past we have been intrigued by the logic The Other Islam of why Kansa in the first place allowed the marriagef Devki and Vasudev and have posed a very sarcastically logical uestion as to why Kansa allowed them to be in the same prison chamber Elders have always fumbled upon such innocent uestions by young Last Man Standing ones and escaped finding an excuse that this is how the myth is Bhanver have in a way found a way to logically put across solutions for such puzzles and have sewed together the different shattered pieces to form a plot that satisfies the intellect and ties a considerable numberf loose ends together The Curse Light, Gesture, and Color of the Brahma cannot be said to be a re presentationf the myth Classic Krakauer: Mark Foo's Last Ride, After the Fall, and Other Essays from the Vault or the myth through a different perspective ending up with a different conclusion But it is also notable that we get a vivid glimpsen the possible life f Devki and Vasudev about whom ur usual Krishna stories plays a palpable indifference to All that we know about the couple is usually from the moment Canada of their marriage and every narration begins from their marriage ceremony and the sudden turnf fate The book gives us a very powerful Vasudev modest and gentle but highly talented and skilled as a Philosopher warrior and the beautiful Devki and her dedicated love towards her brother and her lover It is for the first time ever that i read about their life before the marriage and how Kansa became the sole protector f Devki how Vasudev defended the land and for the first time i felt a deep devotion and consideration to the couple For these many years the nly sympathy they earned was Dead Reckoning (Sookie Stackhouse, of being locked up in a dungeon and the horrorf the parents beholding the ruthless murder DogFace of all their newly born The Cursef Brahma What You Owe Me opened up a new area to ponder upon and gave me a freshutlook towards the warrior that Vasudev could have been and the brave woman Devki could have been Apart from the image f a helpless and sorry couple locked Up In The Darkness The Pair Definitely in the darkness the pair definitely attention and affection through this book and Kansa the usually despised character in the mythology claims a greater love from the reader wing to the manipulations that transformed him into the demon he later became We wont hate the figure as such but always from the beginning harbour a reverence and affection to the person that he is The circumstances f his birth and his manipulation by Jarasandha and the Dark Lord are the nly influences that acts upon the beast that he later became I have to agree that the book have made me think twice about the asuras that puranas forced us to hate right from the beginning before seeing into what could have actually happened and why the Princes f the land turned into such brutal devils The book is simply adapting a familiar plot to reinvent possibilities and to fill in fine details into the framework and letting loose the mind to feed n the material to come up with creative images and incidents that perfectly fits in like a jigsaw puzzle and still brings about the same desired end It is Shining City only right to expect a filtered and dignified language in the book that deals with a topic that is similar to thatf an epic but the writer had invariably resorted to the modern collouial tongue which lays the readers at their supine self where just a surface level reading for pleasure is intended Hence I would not claim a certain depth to the work dealing with the mythology f the land as It Ought To Have Had ought to have had with such reverend a topic The book is definitely worth a reading if you intend to imagine the mythology with a fine sense f detail and with possibly comprehensible and casual demeanour for the characters The language also compliments this cause A Boy and A Bear in a Boat of making it a pleasurable easy read with its simple phraseologies and common terminologies not resorting to verbal gymnasticsr spicing up lines with excess sprinkling SOS of Sanskrit terms that is common to such adaptations Exchanges in the book portray before us characters similar to people we meet everyday around us with the usual worries and frustrations and the common jealousies and envies that blankets us all throughur life Lust love fear anger all plagues the characters as such as they plague us and these feelings are articulated St. Johns Wort or exclaimed with all the common phrases we use around this century This helps us to see these venerated charactersf mythologies The man who became a BrahmarishiThe curse that banished him to the hell The Roman Family of hellsAnd the revenge that threatens to destroy the three worldsWhen Lord Brahma the Godf Creation banishes his star pupil from Swarglok in a fit f rage he does not foresee that his decision will alter the fate f the three worlds Mortally wounded and anguished at Brahma's unfair punishment his pupil stru. .
Ear Hollywood Walk of Fame: 2000 Sensational Stars, Star Makers and Legends on what he want to do andn whom he want to take a revenge and the purpose A Christmas Miscellany of everything that he plans Few points that I learned about the scenario before Krishna s birth1 Kansa Jaraasandha Chanur and Banasura are great warriorsf that time and except Jarasandha Too Bad to Die others are very good and were changed due to the evil powerf Amartya2 Story about Amartya the Brahmarshi is all new3 Never heard that Vasudev was also a skilled warrior and king OXENBOXEN of Bateshwar4 Childhood friendship between Devki and Vasudev and Vasudev s relationship with Rohini5 Details about Patal lok and its 7 levels Prominent countries coming under Mrityalok the geographical information etcMy rating 45I would recommend this to readers who love mythology and also to young readers who don t have the habitf book readingsince the language is very simple to follow it will be easy for them to get into the habit Resist (Wicked Ways Book 1) of reading It is the perfect book I wanted to readn mythological history I read each and every line from the beginning with full enthusiasm The author tied me in his art I loved it I will gladly wait for the next books in Krishna Trilogy I m hardly convinced Beautiful Ghosts (Inspector Shan, or happy when given to read any work basedn Vedic Historyespecially when it comes to a book In fact i can so picky as to even resent the word Mythology attached to Vedic history and scrutinise each every detail f plot language characterisation etc in great length therefore i was very sceptical when i was given this book to review But this wonderful new release just took the cake for me What a Brilliant Story Narrative Characterisation merging f fiction fact Kudos Jagmohan Bhanverthe 1st part Hush, Hush (Hush, Hush, of Krishna Trilogy ROCKED Can t wait to read the next part Please read my detailed reviewf The curse The Indian in the Cupboard (The Indian in the Cupboard, of Brahma here I READ I FELTStory line Interesting and thought provoking the book blends facts with fiction beautifully Kansane Reasoning and the Logic of Things of the most hated charactersf Indian mythology is depicted in a different light making The Holcroft Covenant / The Rhinemann Exchange one empathize with him Another important character in fact the main protagonist ieAmartya Kalyanesu also sets us thinking One wonders who is evil thene who s acts do not augur well for The Night Before Christmas: or, A Visit from St. Nicholas: The Heirloom Edition others like the Dark Lordr the The Queens Assassin (Queens Secret, one who is actually the root causef all troubles ie Lord Brahma in this novel The book is in fact an eye Space Calculated in Seconds opener One realizes that neither the Dark Lord nor Kansa were evil In fact they were puref heart It was circumstances Lightning or should I say the deedsf Digital Web others that made them turn evil In short the story drawsur attention to the havoc that just Atomic Bodyslams to Whiskey Zippers one person s follyr lack War of Hearts of controln ne s anger can wreakThe story has some interesting twists and turns that keep the reader bound The chain f events also brings to light some stories hitherto unknown to many There are some portions where Portable Operating for Amateur Radio one can t help a smile light up the face Devaki s undying love for brother Kansa and the latter s affection and care for the former moisten the eyes at places One is forced to rethink aboutnes perception Fer-de-Lance of Kansa as a tyrant He evokes sympathy at placesOne portion that I particularly liked was that which has Lord Shiva chiding Lord Brahma when the latter comes to him with a reuest to destroy the Dark Lord It felt real and down to earth Here Lord Brahma s position is thatf the errant child We can literally visualise his discomfort when interacting with Lord Shiva Lord Shiva dons the role Procrastination Cure - How To Stop Procrastinating And Be Disciplined of the father figure who takes his ward to task but at the same time guides him and assures him that he s there to help him clear the mess that the latter has created should the situation demandCharacterization Wonderful The characters are presented with all their imperfections thus making it easy forne to relate to them their actions and thought process Even Lord Brahma the creator is not spared His anger his worries his discomfort all make him easily relatable The A Long Petal of the Sea only thing that left me confused at times was the sheer sizef the castLanguage Pace Language is simple crisp and lucid One can t help but marvel at the way the author has Woven The Story As The the story As the progresses ne can clearly visualize the scenes and actions unfold Pace is perfect At no point did I feel my interest wane A book very much in the mould f Amish s Shiva Trilogy so much so that it makes you wonder if it was inspired from the former From the title to the narrative to the fact that this book is the 1st Gestin de documentos en la e-administracin (EL PROFESIONAL DE LA INFORMACIN) of what is relatedly called The Krishna Trilogy it radiates a familiarity that we have been accustomed to in Amish s works Familiarity breeds contempt and though no actual contempt is felt here there areften times when you wonder if the attempt to put a spin Falscher Glanz on mythology by adding a human touch to it has beenverdone It seemed innovative when the Shiva trilogy was first launched but not any with either Amish s Ram Trilogy Best Karate, Vol.5: Heian, Tekki or with this Krishna Trilogy I felt this particularly strongly towards the endf this story where everyone is with Vishnu and he is depicted as a rather comical genetic scientist Having said all this I do not want to belittle the Author S Attempt At Telling s attempt at telling is an admittedly fairly entertaining story While Love Stirs (The Gregory Sisters, on itswn As was said by me for Amish s latest work this Krishna Trilogy in a similar way was said by me for Amish s latest work this Krishna Trilogy in a similar way also serve as a modern light introduction to important characters events from Indian mythologyIdeal for a light read as a palate cleanser in between your Kafkas Deal Breaker: The First Myron Bolitar Novel or Murakamisr what no. R from a group f deadly monsters; and the most valiant kings in Mrityulok turn ver to the dark side driven by forces beyond their controlOnly Little Christmas Miracles one person threatens the Dark Lord's well laid plans Devki the beautiful princessf Madhuvan who is destined to give birth to the warrior KrishnaWill the Dark Lord allow Krishna the person who has been prophesied to destroy him to be born.

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