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Agripping tale of love, betrayal, and vengeance, steeped in the magical realism of post-Vedic India.

Shatvari is a beautiful young Brahmin girl, practitioner of classical music and firm believer in the holy Vedas and its spiritual philosophies. The king of the Yaduvanshis and his scheming priests twist that faith to turn her into a bloodthirsty Chandaal warrior.

Exploited and shattered, Shatvari hunts a magical Yantra and the spiritual powers it contains. But in her single-minded pursuit of revenge, she falls victim to the curse lurking within the very same miraculous powers.

Elsewhere, the young Nishaad King Neel, courtesans Amodini and Vaishali, and the Yaduvanshis' nemeses the Raghuvanshis, gear up to enter the fray as well.

What heavenly powers lie within the Yantra, and what curse stays the hands of those who would unleash them? Can Shatvari survive that curse and harness those powers? Will the Yaduvanshis' other enemies help Shatvari seek her vengeance? Or will the story end in all-out war?

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Sandeep Nayyar is a mechanical engineer by qualification, an IT consultant by profession and a writer by choice. Born in 1969, Sandeep has had a great flair and passion for writing since his early childhood. Despite qualifying as an engineer, he has also worked as a journalist and has written regular columns for various newspapers and magazines. Sandeep now lives in the UK with his wife and two children, and 'The Dawn at Dusk' is his debut novel.







The Dawn At Dusk

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NAO978
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Edition:
2016
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9788184304039
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English
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8.50 X 5.50 inch
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239
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About the Book

Agripping tale of love, betrayal, and vengeance, steeped in the magical realism of post-Vedic India.

Shatvari is a beautiful young Brahmin girl, practitioner of classical music and firm believer in the holy Vedas and its spiritual philosophies. The king of the Yaduvanshis and his scheming priests twist that faith to turn her into a bloodthirsty Chandaal warrior.

Exploited and shattered, Shatvari hunts a magical Yantra and the spiritual powers it contains. But in her single-minded pursuit of revenge, she falls victim to the curse lurking within the very same miraculous powers.

Elsewhere, the young Nishaad King Neel, courtesans Amodini and Vaishali, and the Yaduvanshis' nemeses the Raghuvanshis, gear up to enter the fray as well.

What heavenly powers lie within the Yantra, and what curse stays the hands of those who would unleash them? Can Shatvari survive that curse and harness those powers? Will the Yaduvanshis' other enemies help Shatvari seek her vengeance? Or will the story end in all-out war?

About the Author

Sandeep Nayyar is a mechanical engineer by qualification, an IT consultant by profession and a writer by choice. Born in 1969, Sandeep has had a great flair and passion for writing since his early childhood. Despite qualifying as an engineer, he has also worked as a journalist and has written regular columns for various newspapers and magazines. Sandeep now lives in the UK with his wife and two children, and 'The Dawn at Dusk' is his debut novel.







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