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If it takes a community to raise a child, then it surely takes a nation to build an epic. [[ READ BOOK ]] ⇧ Slayer Of Kamsa ⇵ Forewarned by a prophecy, the demonic King Kamsa orders every newborn to be put to the sword But even in the womb, the unborn Krishna uses powerful magic to cast a spell across the entire kingdom on the night of his birth The stage is set for the epic clash of the childgod and the terrible forces of evil with the birth of Krishna, the slayer of Kamsa The fantastic adventures of the Hindu god Krishna have entertained and inspired people for millennia Playful cowherd, mischievous lover, feared demon slayer the legendary exploits of this super being in human form rival the most rousing fantasy epics Now, the author of the Ramayana Series , the hugely successful epic retelling of the ancient Sanskrit poem, works his magic once again with the tales of Krishna All the pomp, splendour and majesty of ancient India come alive in this extraordinary eight book series In spite of knowing most of the story, having been exposed to it in various forms from Uncle Pai s Amar Chitra Katha to the local priest s satsangs the book holds the attention like a story unheard off The narration is swift and the palpitations of reading the known, in an unknown setting pushes you the last page Full review review In spite of knowing most of the story, having been exposed to it in various forms from Uncle Pai s Amar Chitra Katha to the loca In spite of knowing most of the story, having been exposed to it in various forms from Uncle Pai s Amar Chitra Katha to the local priest s satsangs the book holds the attention like a story unheard off The narration is swift and the palpitations of reading the known, in an unknown setting pushes you the last page Full review review In spite of knowing most of the story, having been exposed to it in various forms from Uncle Pai s Amar Chitra Katha to the local priest s satsangs the book holds the attention like a story unheard off The narration is swift and the palpitations of reading the known, in an unknown setting pushes you the last page detailed review on cant wait to get hold of the 2nd I am a great fan of Banker s Ramayana series and hence was really excited to find this first of a proposed 8 part series on Krishna s life and times Krishna being my favourite from all the gods and deities having grown on a healthy diet of Shrimad Bhagwat Puran and Sukhsagar I finished the book on one flight from Delhi to Bangalore so I can t say that it was not unputdownable I was a little disappointed that Kamsa seemed so unidimensional Banker s Ravana was a multi layered, complex charact I am a great fan of Banker s Ramayana series and hence was really excited to find this first of a proposed 8 part series on Krishna s life and times Krishna being my favourite from all the gods and deities having grown on a healthy diet of Shrimad Bhagwat Puran and Sukhsagar I finished the book on one flight from Delhi to Bangalore so I can t say that it was not unputdownable I was a little disappointed that Kamsa seemed so unidimensional Banker s Ravana was a multi layered, complex character and in comparison Kamsa falls very flat Maybe because Kamsa in general was a lesser man than Ravana, or maybe the character will develop in the coming volumes, which I am looking forward to Slayer of Kamsa The first of the Krishna Coriolis series.Well, the only reason I picked up this one was because I wanted a full fledged insight into the story of Krishna s life And this book hasn t been a disappointment on that front Details, so many details Even before the birth of the child God, the author gets you hooked Surely there is muchto follow Eight books must contain all that one needs to know However, I am giving only two stars to this book The epic story of Krishna is Slayer of Kamsa The first of the Krishna Coriolis series.Well, the only reason I picked up this one was because I wanted a full fledged insight into the story of Krishna s life And this book hasn t been a disappointment on that front Details, so many details Even before the birth of the child God, the author gets you hooked Surely there is muchto follow Eight books must contain all that one needs to know However, I am giving only two stars to this book The epic story of Krishna is undoubtedly deserving of , and also, anyone who attempts to share it with the world Yet, I didn t like the writing style of the author much And this is the first I ve read by the author The language was simple and straightforward Which is something I do appreciate, because it makes the book a quick and easy read But, one thing that you can t help but notice if you ve read this, is that some events are highly exaggerated Not just exaggerated, but highly exaggerated Yes, we get that Kamsa is evil and he has no pity and on and on But seriously, explaining that point in one whole paragraph , over and over again doesn t leave a stronger impression It kind of gets irritating That said, I wouldn t deny that the author has done a nearly decent job I hope the other books are better than this though Had held back on reading this for a really long time due to either personal commitments or due to the huge TBR pile Completed reading this in four hours flat Ashok Banker has been appreciated across continents on his take of the Ramayana and Mahabharata While I did like the fresh perspective on the epic saga, there were some statements where the author tried to rationalize the language using scientific terminology which did not go down well with me This however, does not distract from the ove Had held back on reading this for a really long time due to either personal commitments or due to the huge TBR pile Completed reading this in four hours flat Ashok Banker has been appreciated across continents on his take of the Ramayana and Mahabharata While I did like the fresh perspective on the epic saga, there were some statements where the author tried to rationalize the language using scientific terminology which did not go down well with me This however, does not distract from the overall experience of this great epic and would recommend this book to anyone who hasn t read the Mahabharata or isn t aware of the story.I will definitely look forward to reading the Dance of Govinda I had noticed Ashok Banker s books on the shelves of bookstores for a very long time and despite my keen interest in religion mythology, I never felt I would enjoy them Until now I could not put this book down The beauty of this book and Mr Banker s writing lies in the detail You may have heard or watched the stories of Krishna like so many of us before, but this book will make you feel like you are THERE Right there Watching, as Vasudeva confronts Kansa, as Kansa throws Vasudeva in jail I had noticed Ashok Banker s books on the shelves of bookstores for a very long time and despite my keen interest in religion mythology, I never felt I would enjoy them Until now I could not put this book down The beauty of this book and Mr Banker s writing lies in the detail You may have heard or watched the stories of Krishna like so many of us before, but this book will make you feel like you are THERE Right there Watching, as Vasudeva confronts Kansa, as Kansa throws Vasudeva in jail You will not be able to put this book down It is recommended for everybody readers, non readers, the pious, the non pious everybody For a Krishna bhakt like me, reading this was that muchspecial and spiritual but even beyond that, this is just a great story, in the truest sense of the word A refreshing change from his earlier books His style of writing seems to have matured A very interesting retelling of Krishna related mythology. MmmSomehow, it is interesting read but also has lots of gaps Hopefully the subsequent parts will take care of that.